Kenton’s Maty Mauk verbally committed to play football at NCAA Division I University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. Mauk chose Missouri over the University of Illinois, University of Notre Dame and the University of Michigan, among others.
The official word from Paragon Marketing (sub contractor for ESPN) is that the Coldwater vs Kenton week 1 football game on ESPN has been denied due to lack of production money for that weekend of games. ESPN will be limiting the amount of HS games they air that opening week due to the lack of dollars for them.
Therefore, the Kenton @ Coldwater game will go on as scheduled on Friday, August 26th at 7:30 p.m.
The Kenton High School is accepting applications for the position of Fall/Winter Cheerleader Advisor, Head Wrestling Coach, Head Girls Soccer Coach and Head Girls Tennis Coach. Candidates interested should send a letter of application and Resume’, with references, to:
Mike Mauk, Athletic Director
Kenton High School
200 Harding Avenue
Kenton, OH 43326
email to: email@example.com
All calls can be referenced to Mike Mauk, Athletic Director or Rick Abbott, Principal @ 419-673-1286. Deadline for Application is Friday, May 13th.
Kenton grad Garrick Sherman announced his transfer from Michigan State University to the University of Notre Dame.
Leslie Raifsnider, Bellevue, 5-8, jr., 19.2; Macketta Allen, Toledo Scott, 5-8, sr., 15.3; Amanda Cahill, Clyde, 6-1, fr., 17.3; Emma Hostetler, Shelby, 5-7, so., 19.1; Hailey Griffo, Lima Shawnee, 5-9, sr., 15.7.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Leslie Raifsnider, Bellevue.
COACH OF THE YEAR: Rod Hersha, Napoleon.
Cha’Ron Sweeney, Toledo Rogers, 5-2, so., 15.9; Jordan Fraley, Sandusky Perkins, 5-9, jr., 15.5; Kaylea Griffin, Clyde, 5-11, sr., 11.1; Megan Zachrich, Napoleon, 5-8, sr., 10.0; Emily Ruhe, Lima Bath, 6-foot, so., 15.5; Erika Thronsberry, St. Marys Memorial, 6-foot, sr., 15.3.
Sasha Dailey, Toledo Rogers, 5-8, fr., 17.1; Bailey Creager, Wauseon, 5-9, jr., 12.0; Maya Brown, Tiffin Columbian, 5-9, sr., 12.2; Alysun Daniel, Willard, 5-10, sr., 16.4; Vanessa Chatman, Galion, 5-10, sr., 17.3; Samantha Dervisevic, Lima Shawnee, 6-foot, sr., 18.8; Jackie Stalder, Kenton, 5-8, jr., 16.1.
Katie Butler, Maumee; Jasmyne Smith, Toledo Rogers; Abbey Cox, Susan Knight, Milan Edison; Hannah Schneider, Norwalk; Taylor Graboski, Upper Sandsky; Taylor Miller, Napoleon; Sadie Daeger, Defiance; Kayla Diefenthaler, Oak Harbor; Courtney Rolf, Eastwood; Taylor Whitaker, Lexington; Hannah Kochis, Mansfield Madison; Courtney Knippen, Wapakoneta; Jessica Johns, Lima Bath; McKenzie Butterman, Kenton; Elizabeth Aller, Lima Shawnee; Amanda Hoying, Celina; Jo Steva, Rachel Wale, St. Marys.
Caitie Craft, Liberty-Benton, 5-8, jr., 21.1; Lauren Abendroth, Ottawa Hills, 5-10, sr., 19.8; Veronica Wonderly, Fostoria, 5-7, sr., 27.0; Lauren Langenderfer, Evergreen, 5-8, jr., 20.9; Kaysie Brittenham, Lake, 5-9, sr., 19.3.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Caitie Craft, Findlay Liberty-Benton.
COACH OF THE YEAR: John Langenderfer, Evergreen.
Kelsey Wyant, Western Reserve, 5-9, sr., 12.5; Alicia Drewes, Archbold, 5-8, sr., 14.5; Anna Steffel, Tinora, 5-6, sr., 13.2; Alyssa Meis, Genoa, 5-10, sr., 11.0; Kendra Brusnwick, Fort Recovery, 5-7, sr., 12.9; Holly Brunswick, Fort Recovery, 5-8, sr., 12.1.
Theresa Jackson, Western Reserve, 5-8, so., 11.4; Kathleen Przeslawski, Delta, 5-8, sr., 17.7; Jessica Farr, Paulding, 6-foot, jr., 11.6; Carly Huston, Lake, 5-11, sr., 9.6; Julie Swartzmiller, Genoa, 5-8, sr., 10.5; Allie Hawkins, Bucyrus, 5-7, jr., 12.9.
Haley Jarecki, Carolyn Arnos, Cimone Reid, Ottawa Hills; Megan Thomas, New London; Rachel Myers, Liberty-Benton; Kelsey Tietje, Patrick Henry; Kendra McCann, Tinora; Abby Grinnell, Fairview; Jessica Feller, Genoa; Broegan Sautter, Monique Wilson, Clear Fork; Sarah Davis, Buyrus; Stacia Allen, Lima Central Catholic; Tessa Deckebach, Toledo Ottawa Hills; Shannon Coy, Sarah Weyer, Kelsey Kromer, Castalia Margaretta; Lauren Volz, Huron; Sami Harrod, Bluffton; Taylor Babcock, Evergreen; Nicole Hurst, Archbold; Alexa Salsbury, Delta; Kaitlann Hogrefe, Liberty Center; Jessica Hoffman, Amy Gosche, Lakota; Brandi Schimming, Genoa; Audrey Thorbahn, Woodmore; Macey Sheerer, Bucyrus; Allie Bise, Ashland Crestview; Erica Uselton, Ontario; Haley Burtch, Parkway.
Damond Powell, Toledo Rogers, 5-10, sr., 22.5; Josh Ingle, Shelby, 6-5, sr., 18.3; Eric Stapleton, Defiance, 6-8, sr., 14.7; Reggie McAdams, Elida, 6-5, jr., 19.3; Nate Bihn, Celina, 6-2, sr., 13.7.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Damond Powell, Toledo Rogers.
COACH OF THE YEAR: Chris Bihn, Celina.
Mike Yost, Milan Edison, 6-3, sr., 13.4; Robby Rinehart, Lexington, 6-3, sr., 13.5; Jordan Lauf, Napoleon, 6-4, so., 20.0; Matt Wisler, Bryan, 6-3, sr., 17.5; Trey Howard, Lima Shawnee, 6-2, sr., 22.5; Corey Clifton, Van Wert, 6-3, sr., 17.8.
Dontonio Kynard, Toledo Scott, 6-foot, jr., 17.5; Jacob Cashen, Norwalk, 6-4, jr., 11.2; Michael Ebert, Sandusky Perkins, 6-6, jr., 13.4; Shaquille Brooks, Mansfield Madison, 6-2, jr., 13.9; Logan Slavinski, Clear Fork, 6-3, sr., 13.6; Derek Roop, St. Marys Memorial.
Shawn Flanagan, Tyler Martin, Maumee; Clemmye Owens, Toledo Rogers; Brandon Smith, Zak Dees, Sandusky Perkins; Zach Warner, Clyde; A.J. Settles, Fostoria; Nick Loura, Tiffin Columbian; Anthony Kidston, Defiance; Jordan Myles, Napoleon; Derek Colston, Port Clinton; Maty Mauk, Kenton; John Homan, Celina; Dishon Harris, Toledo Waite; Jalen Santoro, Bellevue; Jake Fetherolf, Norwalk; Jalen Douglas, Willard; Evan Logsdon, Upper Sandusky; Garrett Arnold, Shelby; Rasheed Brooks, Lexington; Jaquan Thompson, Mansfield Madison; Trey Boyd, Clear Fork; Aaron Bruot, Bryan; Tre Henricks, Alex Woten, Wauseon; Kevin Young, Oak Harbor; Brad Davis, Lima Bath; Jacob Myers, Van Wert; Greg Riemesch, Celina.
Derek Zeiter, Ontario, 6-4, sr., 19.4; Nolan Todd, Western Reserve, 5-11, jr., 12.2; Travis Schomaeker, Ottawa-Glandorf, 6-foot, sr., 17.1; Telly Fricke, Archbold, 5-11, sr., 11.0; Tyler O’Connor, Lima Central Catholic, 6-3, jr., 12.8.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Derek Zeiter, Ontario.
COACH OF THE YEAR: Shawn Brewer, Paulding.
Brian Bollenbacher, Huron, 6-1, sr., 16.2; T.J. Waldock, Elmwood, 6-foot, sr., 17.1; Levi Gleason, Bluffton, 6-6, sr., 17.8; Matt Metcalf, Colonel Crawford, 6-1, jr., 13.5; Blake Green, Delta, 6-4, jr., 17.3; Lucas Pennington, Evergreen, 6-5, sr., 14.2;.
Devin Jones, Castalia Margaretta, 6-3, sr., 13.1; Nate Schmitt, Western Reserve, 6-foot, sr., 14.2; Matt Hall, Ashland Crestview, 5-11, sr., 11.7; Garrett Morton, Archbold, 6-3, sr., 11.8; Kent Tietje, Patrick Henry, 6-5, sr., 10.9; Gage Beaber, Gibsonburg, 5-10, jr., 14.9; Ryan Ebbeskotte, Delphos Jefferson, 6-1, sr., 15.6.
Darren Johnson, Western Reserve; Jake Kanable, ZAC CRAMER, Liberty-Benton; Andrew Nicholls, Galion; Nate Jackson, Bucyrus; Devan Bermejo, Paulding; Jake Mahnke, Jeff Schliesser, Tinora; Jay Hannah, Kevin Hammer, Elmwood; A.C. Limes, Otsego; Corey Decker, Parkway; Corey Siefring, St. Henry; Andrew Trenkamp, Ottawa-Glandorf; Kevin Ujoohda, Ontario; Austin Adams, Colonel Crawford; Tyler George, Ashland Crestview; Luke Kammeyer, Archbold; Phil Snow, Liberty Center; Josh Beverly, Delta; Tyler Good, Evergreen; Shane Bostelman, Patrick Henry; Nick McDole, Lakota; Logan Jones, Gibsonburg; Grant Harder, Paulding; Quenton Yoder, Fairview; Austin Stolly, Bubba Krieg, Lima Central Catholic; Donny Bowen, Woodmore.
Kenton’s Max Morrison has verballed to play football for NCAA Division I University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio.
View all College Signings/Verbals
In Division III, Elida’s Reggie McAdams was named to the 1st Team at quarterback. Elida’s Ross Harmon and Shawnee’s Seth Rosenbauer were named to the 3rd Team at linebacker and punter. Special mention went to Celina’s Kahl Knapke and Brian Donovan and Elida’s Austin Etzler and Kevin Kraft. Elida’s Jason Carpenter was also named Division III Co-Coach of the Year.
Complete Division III All-Ohio Teams
In Division IV, Kenton’s Maty Mauk was named to the 1st Team at quarterback and also co-offensive player of the year. Kenton’s Max Morrison was named to the 1st Team at wide receiver, Ottawa-Glandorf’s Ross Ellerbrock was named to the 1st Team at offensive lineman and Ottawa-Glandorf’s Jeff Siefker was named to the 1st Team at linebacker. 3 WBL athletes were named to the 3rd Team with Kenton’s Andrew Tillman at wide receiver, Bath’s Aaron Smith at running back and Ottawa-Glandorf’s Adam Hershberger at defensive back. 3 more WBL athletes were named special mention in Kenton’s Matthew McKinley, Charlie Hinkle and Bobby Handell.
Complete Division IV All-Ohio Teams
Division IV Regional Championship at Wapakoneta Harmon Field
Kenton (11-1) vs. Kettering Archbishop Alter (10-2)
Kenton Wildcats Football Playoff Preview