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2019 NWC Fall Season Scholar Athletes

Northwest Conference Scholar Athletes are determined as follows:

1. Must be a letter winner in the sport.
2. Gold Level — GPA of 3.5 to 4.0 during the season
3. Silver Level — GPA of 3.00 to 3.49 during the season

ADA

Cheerleading – Gold: Jessica Breidenbach, Coco McLaughlin, Barrette Jones, Cami Hazelton,
Meghan Erickson
Cheerleading – Silver: Madison Deatherage-Nau

Boys’ CC – Gold: Hunter Wells, Riley Ferguson, Keegan Giddens, Connor Daugherty

Boys’ CC – Silver: Ashton Cowan, Xander Wells

Football – Gold: Landon Blankenship, Logan Conrad, Phillip Coulson, Tyson Moore, Bryce Paul,
Holden Purdy, Kyle Zimmerly, Daniel Mattson, Danily Thompson, Luke Westover,
Keagen Hull, Cayden Murphy, Carter Nelson, Ethan Murphy, Spencer Wall
Football – Silver: Colton Biederman, Will McBride

Boys’ Golf – Gold: Alex Morgan, Jacob Morgan, Brevin Sizemore, Dexter Woods III
Boys’ Golf – Silver: Ethan Hull, Kamron Wilkerson

Boys Soccer – Gold: Michael Crouse, Nick Kamatali, Isaac Spar, Skyler Williams, Jacob Thaxton,
Isaac Williams, Brendan Jameson
Boys Soccer – Silver: Wyatt Rettig, Khyler Stoll, Ian Dellifield, Carter Conley, Grant Preston

Girls Soccer – Gold: Katie Butterfield, Bella East, Sidney Gossard, McKenzie Long, Ella Poling,
Brenna Hissong, Timber Blankenship, Julia Kamatali, Lauren Mullins,
Hailey Robirds, Luci Wall, Ella Badertscher
Girls’ Soccer – Silver: Alaina Robirds

Volleyball – Gold: Kendal Guagenti, Josie Poling, Kelly Preston, Megan Light, Miranda Wills, Kirsten Poling
Volleyball – Silver: Kylie Acheson, Aubrey Madison

ALLEN EAST

Cheerleading – Gold: Callie Carter, Ryanne Lehman, Amanda Moore, Isabella Clum, Olivia Parker,
Hayley Closson, Anamya Truex, Abigail Whitaker, Ally Moore, Danielle Redman
Cheerleading – Silver: Rachel Kanney

Boys CC – Gold: Ezra Garver, Mason Hutchinson, Gavin Miller, Hunter Sidle, Nicholas Baughman,
Jordan Kennedy, Aidan Neff

Football – Gold: Blake Hershberger, Tyler Clum, Travis Wilson, Gabriel Criblez, Logan McCluer,
Jacob Hardeman, Bryce Belcher, Garrett Neth, Brennan Davies
Football – Silver: Eli Criblez, Evan Shafer, Gage Rister, Gunner Rister, Gavin Hutchinson

Boys’ Golf – Gold: Zachary Miller, Noah Brown, Carter Frey

Boys Soccer – Gold: Sam Hauyenstein, Braylen Kennedy, Brady Shea, Silas Gillespie, Blake Clum,
Ashton Neff, Braelin Houston, Malachi Blakma, John Williams, Mason Dotson,
John Williams, Mason Dotson, Austin McKenzie, Kyle Newland
Boys Soccer – Silver: Aiden Robey, Jared Shea

Girls Soccer – Gold: Madeline Myers, Nicole Thaxton, Aidrien Goble, Lacey Nease, Mackenzie Jackson,
Addison Jones, Taylor McGraw, Kyleigh Rumer, Julie Meyer, Victoria Newland,
Taylor Rooker, Olivia Silone, Devyn Hopkins, Emma Tobe
Girls Soccer – Silver: Morgan Gutierrez, Ashley Huck, Shelbie Dirmeyer

Volleyball – Gold: Elle Richardson, Hannah Williams, Emma Moritz, Kristin Whitley, Alivia Craig,
Cierra Anspach, Madison Treglia, Haley Prine, Anamya Turex

BLUFFTON

Cheerleading – Gold: Amy Jebsen, Abril Diaz, Kayla VanAtta, Jessica Goodman, Jenna Goodman,
Olivia Parker, Kiera Rieman, Hannah-Grace Perry, Maria Spallinger,
Kaitlynn Rieman, Sidnie Koontz
Cheerleading – Silver: Kaley Mathewson

Boys CC – Gold: Isaiah Conley, Wyatt Lovell, Erik Nygaard, Jonah Rehm, Sam Derstine, Carter Dyar
Trey Boblitt, Elijah Conley

Girls CC – Gold: Sophia Gott, Caitlin Dailey

Football – Gold: Ethan Bogart, Kameron Coughlan, Tyson Shutler, Nate Schaadt, Jackson Wilson,
Aaron Tabler, Trent Howard, Brandt Manns, Tucker Neff, Andrew Wehrly,
Nephi Peralta, Nick Beach, McCormick Ault, Austin Reynolds, Baylor Garmatter,
Kyle Koontz
Football – Silver: Beau Stever, Levi McClain, Brien Basinger, Nick Prater, Landen Luginbuhl

Boys’ Golf – Gold: Jaden Coonfare, Jared Piercefield, Kenny Lovett, Micha Minnig, Drew Wilson

Girls’ Golf – Gold: Jocelyn Ochoa, Allison Burghaze

Boys Soccer – Gold: Nic Essinger, Zach Taylor, Niel Metzger, Thad Mittendorf, Nolan Hoffman,
Luke Shepherd, Eden Antrim, Josh Mehaffie, Brandon Good, Jonathan Schriner,
Andrew Lovett, Jude Spallinger, Collin Oglesbee, Jayden Mays, Tayton Kleman,
Simon Derstine, Asher Antrim, Eli Lemley, Andrew Heldman
Boys Soccer – Silver: Matt Daws

Girls Soccer – Gold: Riley Eachus, Olivia Matthews, Ellie Hoffman, Makayla Schweingruber,
Julia Mehaffie, Olivia Burner, Reagan Mittendorf, Clara Matthews, Danielle Novak,
Bella Basinger, Lauren Rhodes, Laykin Garmatter, Brinkley Garmatter, Kayla White,
Sophia Smucker, Brenna Kindle, Rebakah Hoff
Girls Soccer – Silver: Olivia Setzer

Tennis – Gold: Ellison Pugsley, Libby Frazier, Ellie Nickel, Pearl Lewandowski, Julia Smallcombe,
Olivia Barnes, Erin Hotmire

Volleyball – Gold: Joscelin Reineke, Haelyn Bischoff, Cara Young, Kylie Monday, Sophie Bricker,
Kylie Stackhouse, Skyler Scoles, Madison Fleece, Taylor Schwab, Libby Schaadt

COLUMBUS GROVE

Cheerleading – Gold: Kara Schmidt, Ivy Parker, Madisyn Ditto, Kennedy Smith
Cheerleading – Silver: Morgan Halker

Boys CC – Gold: Breece Pingle, Jacob Bish, Tanner Smith, Duece Alt, Rob Langhals, Nathan Maenle,
Dylan Birkemeier, Derek Birkemeier ,Carson Closson, Tayden Pingle,
Caleb Stechschulte, Roy Langhals, Caleb Morman, Logan Bryan
Boys CC – Silver: Trent Koch

Girls CC – Gold: Alyssa Ellerbrock, Addison Schafer, Makena Doseck, Sydney Witteborg, Erin Downing,
Emily Schumacher, Zoe Stechschulte, Sabrina Henige, Ellie Keehn
Girls’ Golf – Silver: Leanndra Price, Morgan Deffenbaugh

Football – Gold: Jared Basinger, Evan Schroeder, Blake Reynolds, Ezra Jones, Tayt Birnesser,
Jon Banal, Gabe Clement, Ethan Halker, Jacksen Schroeder, Landon Myers,
Tadd Koch, Jeff Meyer
Football – Silver: Zac Ridenour, Grant McCauley, Collin Metzger, Mitchell Douglas, Rece Verhoff,
A.J. Schafer, Luke Otto, Joe Roman, Hunter Reynolds

Boys’ Golf – Gold: Austin Macke, Gabe Hardeman
Boys’ Golf – Silver: Owen Macke, Brayden Keck, Nick Wolverton

Volleyball – Gold: Emily Ridinger, Cassie Heilman, Becca Choi, Abby Gladwell, Lauren Benroth,
Alayna Ricker, Sara Dipnarine, Grace Selhorst, Koryn Halker, Shay Schroeder,
Meghan Blankemeyer
Volleyball – Silver: Angel Schneider

CRESTVIEW

Cheerleading – Gold: Emily Barricklow, Rosie Bogle, Olivia Dirr, Kenzie Leeth, Alyssa Hoersten
Hannah Schmiesing, Haley Sheets, Maisee Short, Amber Young
Cheerleading – Silver: Carmen Hoersten

Boys CC – Gold: Cameron Cearns, Brian Myers, Wyatt Richardson, Hayden Tomlinson, Isaiah Watts
Boys CC – Silver: Danil Lichtensteiger

Girls CC – Gold: Emily Greulach, Ragen Harting, Baylee Miller, Megan Mosier, Lydia Saylor, Lauren Walls
Girls CC – Silver: Adalynn Longstreth

Football – Gold: Ian Bailey, Brody Brecht, Dalton Castle, Logan Gerardot, Tyler Hart
Carson Kreischer, Isaiah LaTurner, Trever Sheets, Kaden Short, Colby Swager
Football – Silver: Dylan Barricklow, Nick Helt, Ayden Lichtensteiger, Caylib Pruett, Hunter Rothgeb

Boys’ Golf – Gold: Ethan Best, Tanner Myers, Dillon Underwood
Boys’ Golf – Silver: Scott Bowman, Evan Scarlett

Girls’ Golf – Gold: Audrey Lichtensteiger, Faye Morgan

Girls Soccer – Gold: Chloe Black, Katelyn Castle, Addyson Dowler, Louisa Hoppe, Macy Kulwicki, Hope Loyer
Salex Overmyer, Haley Owsley, Lindsey Schumm, Madalyn Ward
Girls Soccer – Silver: Chloee Case, Micaela Lugabihl, Jade Sheaffer

Volleyball – Gold: Lexi Gregory, Laney Jones, Maddy Lamb, Laci McCoy
Volleyball – Silver: Lauryn Black, Bailey Gregory, Raegan Hammons, Kali Small, Kaylee Wolford

DELPHOS JEFFERSON

Cheerleading – Gold: Kyla Louagie, Rileigh Rahrig, Xandra Houx, Kaylin Wreede
Cheerleading – Silver: Zoe Harer

Football – Gold: Chase Bailey, Jeffery Caputo, Alex East, Logan Hubert, Tanner Mathewson,
Ben McKee, Kane Plescher, J.T. Taviano, Jacob Simmons, Trent Teman, Cole Hoersten
Football – Silver: Colin Bailey, Jesse Long, Tanner Vorhees

Boys’ Golf – Gold: Brady Johnston, John Pseeko, Braxton Scalf, Kaden Schrader, Zach Stemen,
Logan Gallmeier
Boys’ Golf – Silver: Jaden Lucas

Girls’ Golf – Gold: Sydnie McGue, Kaylee Buzard, Alivia Carpenter, Anna Fitch, Emma Mueller

Girls Soccer – Gold: Emily Ostendorf, Danielle Hohlbein, Emily Dienstberger, Karly Mawhorr,
Noel Warnement, Sarah Metzner, Kaylee Bayman, Lizzie Chung, Maddie Weitzel,
Jaina Bloom, Emma Dailey, Kylee Dienstberger, Paige Mericle,
Rylynn Marquiss, MaKya Miller, Meredith Vulgamott, Lillian Baughn
Girls Soccer – Silver: Alexa Chung, Rachel Fetzer, Kenzi Coffey

Volleyball – Gold: Ayron McClurg, Audrey North, Jayla Rostorfer, Courtney Teman, Delaney Duel,
Jenna Illig, Emmalee Riddell, Jessa Rostorfer
Volleyball – Silver: Mallory Bridges, Brooke Brinkman, Sophia Pimpas

LINCOLNVIEW

Boys CC – Gold: Brad Korte, Brandon Renner, Joe Sadowski
Boys CC – Silver: Devon Bill, Kohen Cox, Keagan Farris, Daegan Hartfield, Jackson Robinson

Girls CC – Gold: Dylann Carey, Madison Langdon, Makenna Mason, Grace Sadowski, Victoria Snyder
Girls CC – Silver: Heather Beair, Julia Stetler

Boys Golf – Gold: Cole Binkley, Luke Heffelfinger, Landon Price, Avery Slusher

Girls’ Golf – Gold: Dylann Carey, Aryonna Hoghe, Shiann Kraft, Adalee Purk
Girls’ Golf – Silver: Winter Boroff

Girls Soccer – Gold: Ariel Pruden, Hanna Scaggs
Girls Soccer – Silver Elizabeth Eaton, Miah Miller

Boys Soccer – Gold: Justin Braun, Fletcher Collins, Corbin Evans, Cole Gorman, Caden Hanf,
Clayton Leeth, Dylan Schimmoeller, Tristan Taylor
Boys Soccer – Silver: Ethan Crow, Landon Moody, Jayce Schimmoeller, Zach VanCleave

Volleyball – Gold: McKayla Blankemeyer, Kendall Bollenbacher, Tori Boyd, Lana Carey, Jordan Decker,
Bianna Ebel, Breck Evans, Kendall Klausing, Sami Sellers, Madison Williams
Volleyball – Silver: Kerstin Davis

PAULDING

Cheerleading – Gold: Taelyn Etzler, Kaylyn Cox, Gracie Burtch, Jordyn Merriman, Morgan Mobley
Cheerleading – Silver: Jocelyn LaFountain, Haley Burtin, Christopher Gibson

Boys CC – Gold: Nicholas Manz, Caleb Thompson, Ean Seibert, Alex Tressler, Peyton Adams,
Reid Johanns

Girls CC – Gold: Savannah Shepherd, Elyse Manz, Cassandra Weller, Sidney Kohart, Sophia Fisher,
Montserrat Martinez

Football – Gold: Caleb Manz, Deyton Price, Owen Carnahan, Quintin Gonzales, Adrian Manz,
Sam Woods, Jacob Deisler, Fernando Garcia, Brendan Hornish, Evan Edwards,
Payton Beckman, Jacob King, Seth Dysinger, Carsen Perl, Brandon Jackson,
Hunter Kauser, Dawson Lamb, Cole Mabis
Football – Silver: Riley Coil, JB Rickels, Nolan Johanns

Girls Soccer – Gold: Sydney McCullough, Sydney Reineck, Gillian Porter, Mackenzie Weible,
Isabelle Heitman, Kalyn Goshia, Brooke Ankney, Hailey Weidenhamer, Morgan Iler,
Chelsea Bullinger
Girls Soccer – Silver: Kennedy Foor, Chastity Gribble

Boys Soccer – Gold: Alberto Martinez, Jonathan Clapsaddle, Jacob Martinea, Luke McCullough,
Zach Gorrell, Quincy Porter, Evan Edwards, Trace McKinley
Boys Soccer – Silver: Dominic Carnahan, Braxton Ricker

Boys Golf – Gold: Noah Pesseball, Logan Tope, Hailey Hartzell, Wyatt Beckman, Kolson Egnor
Boys Golf – Silver: Kyle Mobley, Boston Pease

Volleyball – Gold: Gabrielle Stallbaum, Katie Strayer, Maggie Manz, Kaeli Bustos, Leigha Egnor,
Baylee March, Jalynn Parrett, Claire Schweller, Janae Pease, Sadie Estle

SPENCERVILLE

Cheerleading – Gold: Ava Boedicker, Makenzie Brown, Tori Buggert, Matteson Fair-Sevitz, Tory Higbie,
Makenna Lehman, Adelyn Martin, Brianna Regedanz, Abigail Schwartz,
Dylan Wierwille
Cheerleading – Silver: Brieanna Shindler, Emilee Stumbaugh

Boys CC – Silver: Keagan Gaskill

Girls CC – Gold: Nygeria Lloyd, Chloe Orr, Lillee Stewart, Kirsten Wurst
Girls CC – Silver: Rylie Edgington

Football – Gold: Dylan Baughman, Cade Elling, Jackson Goecke, Josh Henline, Isaiah Pugh
Football – Silver: Gunner Grigsby, Eli Harter, Emerson Layman, Eli Yahl

Boys Soccer – Gold: Dominic Adkins, Peyton Brown, Luke Falke, Ryan Kaverman, Lanny Oakman
Andrew Pardon, Connor Potts, Jaden Shimp
Boys Soccer – Silver: Jaren Binkley, Seth Clark, Evan Core, Emerson Layman, Eagan Martinez
Gabe Schwartz, Joel Van Gorder

Girls Soccer – Gold: Cloey Ehrnsberger, Ashley Fetzer, Gillian Goecke, Olivia Goecke, Taylor Hobbs,
Emma Leis, Sierra LeMar, Sydney LeMar, Jenna Litsey, Paige Love,
Raygen Martinez, Kelsey Shaffer, Raigan Staup, Kottia Williams
Girls Soccer – Silver: Ariana McMichael

Volleyball – Gold: Nelaya Burden, Kaitlyn Carpenter, Lydia Falke, Claire Hoback, Emma Hoback,
Emma Kaverman, Tianna Long, Krista Market, Whitney Mulholland, Alissa Sawmiller,
Kirsten Voice
Volleyball – Silver: Samara Norbeck-Blandin

NWC Commissioner Jim Raabe to resign after the 2019-2020 School Year.

After seven years serving the Northwest Conference schools, Commissioner Jim Raabe has decided to resign after the 2019-2020 school year.  Mr. Raabe has been involved with NWC schools and athletics since his high school days at Delphos Jefferson from which he graduated in 1971.  He began work at Bluffton in 1981 and was there until he retired in 2011.  At Bluffton High School, Jim served as Faculty Manager, JV Girls Basketball Coach, Junior High Football Coach, Head Boys Basketball Coach, and as Athletic Director the last seventeen years of his career.

In 2013, Mr. Raabe was named Commissioner of the Northwest Conference.  In May 2020, he will have served seven successful years in that position.  The current NWC Principals and Athletic Directors would like to thank Mr. Jim Raabe for his leadership and dedication to NWC students and schools.

Administrators in the Northwest Conference will immediately begin searching for the next commissioner to take over in the fall of 2020.  Mr. Raabe will work with the accepted candidate to ensure a smooth transition into next school year.  All interested candidates can send an email to Brad Mendenhall, Lincolnview High School principal and the current President of the NWC at bmendenhall@lvlancers.com .  Mr. Mendenhall will then send the interested candidate a job description, along with interviewing timelines, and a more detailed succession plan.

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2019 NWC Football All-Conference Teams

Allen East head coach Wesley Schroeder was selected as the Coach of the Year for the Northwest Conference in voting by coaches at a meeting in Delphos on Monday.  Allen East tied for the league championship with Spencerville and Columbus Grove as all finished the season at 6-1 in league play.

Columbus Grove junior quarterback Blake Reynolds was selected as the Offensive Player of the Year.   Eli Yahl, a senior linebacker from Spencerville and Blake Hershberger, a junior linebacker from Allen East were selected as Co-Defensive Players of the Year.

This years’ co-championship was the first time since 1995 that Allen East has finished at the top of the league standings.  Spencerville has now won or shared the league title for the last three years with Columbus Grove’s last title coming in 2005.

1st Team Offense
Offensive Line: Eli Yahl – Senior – Spencerville
Offensive Line: Mitch Douglass – Sophomore – Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Brennan Davies – Senior – Allen East
Offensive Line: Isaiah LaTurner – Senior – Crestview
Offensive Line: Jackson Goecke – Senior – Spencerville
Receiver: Alex Schneider – Senior – Columbus Grove
Receiver: Cole Fletcher – Senior – Allen East
Receiver: Zac Swaney – Junior – Ada
Receiver: Bradden Crumrine – Junior – Allen East
Running Back: Brody Brecht – Junior – Crestview
Running Back: Jacob Deisler – Senior – Paulding
Running Back: Joel Lotz – Senior – Spencerville
Quarterback: Blake Reynolds – Junior – Columbus Grove
Specialist: Rece Verhoff – Sophomore – Columbus Grove

1st Team Defense
Defensive Line: Gunner King – Junior – Columbus Grove
Defensive Line: Isaiah LaTurner – Senior – Crestview
Defensive Line: Garrett Neth – Senior – Allen East
Defensive Line: Mason Myers – Senior – Spencerville
Linebacker: Eli Yahl – Senior – Spencerville
Linebacker: Blake Hershberger – Junior – Allen East
Linebacker: Brody Brecht – Junior – Crestview
Linebacker: Jared Basinger – Senior – Columbus Grove
Def. Back: Bradden Crumrine – Junior – Allen East
Def. Back: Jon Banal – Junior – Columbus Grove
Def. Back: Logan Gerardot – Junior – Crestview
Def. Back: Logan McCluer – Senior – Allen East
Def. Back: Tyson Shutler – Junior – Bluffton

2nd Team Offense
Offensive Line: Jared Basinger – Senior – Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Eli Myers – Junior – Allen East
Offensive Line: Mason Myers – Senior – Spencerville
Offensive Line: McCormick Ault – Senior – Bluffton
Offensive Line: Carson Kreischer – Junior – Crestview
Offensive Line: Cole Mabis – Senior – Paulding
Receiver: Gabe Clement – Junior – Columbus Grove
Receiver: Caleb Manz – Junior – Paulding
Receiver: Eli Harter – Sophomore – Spencerville
Running Back: Garrett Neth – Senior – Allen East
Running Back: Gunner Grigsby – Sophomore – Spencerville
Running Back: Tucker Neff – Senior – Bluffton
Quarterback: Brandon Hull – Junior – Ada
Specialist: Bradden Crumrine – Junior – Allen East

2nd Team Defense
Defensive Line: Gabe Criblez – Junior – Allen East
Defensive Line: Hunter Reynolds – Senior – Columbus Grove
Defensive Line: Reece Hodge-Miller – Senior – Spencerville
Defensive Line: Fernando Garcia – Senior – Paulding
Linebacker: Jackson Goecke – Senior – Spencerville
Linebacker: Ezra Jones – Junior – Columbus Grove
Linebacker: Travis Wilson – Junior – Allen East
Linebacker: Ryan Bogart – Junior – Columbus Grove
Linebacker: Cole Mabis – Senior – Paulding
Def. Back: Zac Ridenour – Senior – Columbus Grove
Def. Back: Deyton Price – Junior – Paulding
Def. Back: Cody Bockey – Junior – Spencerville
Def. Back: Evan Schroeder – Senior – Columbus Grove

Honorable Mention Offense
Offensive Line: Ezra Jones – Junior – Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Colby Swager – Senior – Crestview
Offensive Line: Alex East – Senior – Delphos Jefferson
Offensive Line: Bryce Paul – Senior – Ada
Offensive Line: Ethan Halker – Junior – Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Brandon Dues – Junior – Spencerville
Offensive Line: Brendan Hornish – Junior – Paulding
Offensive Line: Landen Luginbuhl – Senior – Bluffton
Offensive Line: Riley Coil – Senior – Paulding
Offensive Line: Jeff Meyer – Junior – Columbus Grove
Running Back: Fernando Garcia – Junior – Paulding
Running Back: Caylib Pruett – Senior – Crestview
Running Back: Tyson Shutler – Junior – Bluffton
Running Back: Keegan Hull – Sophomore – Ada
Receiver: Logan McCluer – Senior – Allen East
Receiver: Daniel Mattson – Junior – Ada
Receiver: Ayden Lichtensteiger – Sophomore – Crestview
Receiver: Will McBride – Freshman – Ada
Quarterback: Bryce Belcher – Senior – Allen East
Quarterback: Josh Henline – Freshman – Spencerville
Specialist: Kyle Koontz – Senior – Bluffton

Honorable Mention Defense
Defensive Line: Jackson Wilson – Sophomore – Bluffton
Defensive Line: Evan Shaffer – Sophomore – Allen East
Defensive Line: Jacob King – Senior – Paulding
Defensive Line: Isaiah Pugh – Junior – Spencerville
Defensive Line: Landen Luginbuhl – Senior – Bluffton
Defensive Line: Ty Miller – Senior – Ada
Linebacker: Jordan Motter – Junior – Allen East
Linebacker: Tanner Matthewson – Senior – Delphos Jefferson
Linebacker: McCormick Ault – Senior – Bluffton
Linebacker: Hunter Paxson – Senior – Allen East
Linebacker: Jacob Deisler – Senior – Paulding
Linebacker: Riley Coil – Senior – Paulding
Linebacker: Seth Estle – Junior – Delphos Jefferson
Linebacker: Keegan Goecke – Junior – Spencerville
Def. Back: Kaden Short – Senior – Crestview
Def. Back: Caylib Pruett – Senior – Crestview
Def. Back: Brandon Hull – Junior – Ada
Def. Back: Dylan Baughman – Senior – Spencerville
Def. Back: Trent Teman – Freshman – Delphos Jefferson
Def. Back: Caleb Manz – Junior – Paulding

2019 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 10

The final weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 1 NWC school is in the top 8 in their region and moving on to the playoffs.

Division V, Region 18
21. Paulding

Division VI, Region 23
7. Allen East, 10. Spencerville, 11. Columbus Grove, 20. Bluffton, 22. Delphos Jefferson, 23. Ada

Division VII, Region 26
11. Crestview

Complete 2019 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings

2019 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 9

The 6th weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 1 NWC school is in the top 8 in their region.

Division V, Region 18
19. Paulding

Division VI, Region 23
6. Allen East, 9. Spencerville, 11. Columbus Grove, 20. Bluffton, 22. Delphos Jefferson, 23. Ada

Division VII, Region 26
11. Crestview

Complete 2019 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings

2019 NWC Volleyball All-Conference Teams

Lincolnview junior Madison Williams was voted the 2019 Northwest Conference “Player of The Year” at a meeting of conference volleyball coaches in Delphos.  In a close vote, Williams edged Lexi Gregory (CV) and teammate Kendall Bollenbacher (LV) who finished second and third respectively in the balloting.  JaNahn Evans of Lincolnview was voted NWC Coach of the Year by her peers.  Lincolnview ended the regular season as conference champs with an 8-0 record in league play (20-2 overall).

NWC 1st Team
Madison Williams – Junior – Lincolnview
Lexi Gregory – Senior – Crestview
Kendall Bollenbacher – Sophomore – Lincolnview
Kylie Stackhouse – Sophomore – Bluffton
Megan Light – Junior – Ada
Anamya Truex – Senior – Allen East
Bailey Gregory – Junior – Crestview
Becca Choi – Senior – Columbus Grove

NWC 2nd Team
Brianna Ebel – Junior – Lincolnview
Sadie Estle – Junior – Paulding
Taylor Schwab – Junior – Bluffton
Kristin Whitley – Junior – Allen East
Nelaya Burden – Senior – Spencerville
Delaney Deuel – Junior – Delphos Jefferson
Courtney Teman – Senior – Delphos Jefferson

NWC Honorable Mention
Lauren Black – Senior – Crestview
Kendall Guagenti – Senior – Ada
Alayna Ricker – Junior – Columbus Grove
McKayla Blankemeyer -Freshman – Lincolnview
Cassie Heilman – Senior – Columbus Grove
Leigha Egnor – Junior – Paulding
Emma Hoback – Senior – Spencerville
Skyler Scoles – Sophomore – Bluffton
Jalynn Parrett – Junior – Paulding
Hannah Williams – Freshman – Allen East
Laci McCoy – Freshman – Crestview
Angel Schneider – Senior – Columbus Grove
Kendall Klausing – Sophomore – Lincolnview

2019 NWC Boys Soccer All-Conference Teams

Bluffton senior Matt Daws edged out teammate Jon Schriner, a junior, in a close vote and was named the 2019 Northwest Conference “Player of The Year” at a meeting of conference boys’ soccer coaches.  Malachi Blackma, a senior from Allen East, finished third in the balloting.  Steve Smucker of Bluffton won his 5th straight “Coach of the Year” award as Bluffton also won the league title for the 5th consecutive year.

NWC 1st Team
Matt Dawes – Senior – Bluffton
Jon Schriner – Junior – Bluffton
Malachi Blackma – Senior – Allen East
Dylan Schimmoeller – Junior – Lincolnview
Isaac Spar – Junior – Ada
Simon Derstine – Junior – Bluffton
Jacob Poling – Junior – Ada
Jack Williams – Senior – Allen East
Kolya Pacshall – Junior – Paulding
Luke Falke – Senior – Spencerville
Skylar Williams – Senior – Ada
Braelin Houston – Junior – Allen East

NWC 2nd Team
Jude Spallinger – Sophomore – Bluffton
Clayton Leeth – Junior – Lincolnview
Evan Edwards – Senior – Paulding
Asher Antrim – Junior – Bluffton
Bryce Wilcox – Senior – Allen East
Eneko Iribarren – Sophomore – Allen East
Seth Clark – Senior – Spencerville
Nic Essinger – Junior – Bluffton
Tayton Kleman – Junior – Bluffton
Landon Moody – Junior – Lincolnview
Nicholas Kamatali – Senior – Ada

NWC Honorable Mention
Colin Oglesbee – Junior – Bluffton
Justin Braun – Junior – Lincolnview
Jonathan Clapsaddle – Junior – Paulding
Joel Van Gorder – Sophomore – Spencerville
Wyatt Rettig – Senior – Ada
Josh Mehaffie – Junior – Bluffton
Eli Lemley – Junior – Bluffton
Andrew Heldman – Senior – Bluffton
Peyton Brown – Senior – Spencerville
Grant Preston – Freshman – Ada
Jayden Mays – Senior – Bluffton
Ashton Neff – Sophomore – Allen East
Emerson Layman – Freshman – Spencerville

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2019 NWC Girls Soccer All-Conference Teams

Senior Kayla White from Bluffton was voted the 2019 Northwest Conference “Player of The Year” at a meeting of conference soccer coaches held in Delphos.  White also won the same award following the 2017 season.  Last year’s player of the year, senior Kelsey Shafer of Spencerville  finished second in the balloting.  Jared Byers (BL) was selected as “Coach of the Year” in the voting.  Spencerville won the league title with a 6-0-0 record in league play to edge out Bluffton who finished at 5-1-0.

NWC 1st Team
Kayla White – Senior – Bluffton
Kelsey Shaffer – Senior – Spencerville
Laykin Garmatter – Junior – Bluffton
Julia Meyer – Senior – Allen East
Raygen Martinez – Senior – Spencerville
Reagan Mittendorf – Sophomore – Bluffton
Ella Poling – Senior – Ada
Katie Butterfield – Senior – Ada
Katelyn Castle – Freshman – Crestview
Olivia Silone – Senior – Allen East
Emily Dientsberger – Junior – Delphos Jefferson
Brenna Hissong – Junior – Ada

NWC 2nd Team
Tori Newland – Senior – Allen East
Olivia Setzer – Junior – Bluffton
Brinkley Garmatter – Senior – Bluffton
Chelsey Bullinger – Junior – Paulding
Jenna Litsey – Senior – Spencerville
Emma Leis – Junior – Spencerville
Noel Warnement – Junior – Delphos Jefferson
Macy Kulwicki – Freshman – Crestview
Madalyn Ward – Senior – Crestview
Sophia Smucker – Senior – Bluffton
Morgan Iler – Junior – Paulding

NWC Honorable Mention
Bella East – Senior – Ada
Olivia Burner – Senior – Bluffton
Kottia Williams – Senior – Spencerville
Raigan Staup – Junior – Spencerville
Taylor McGraw – Junior – Allen East
Hope Loyer – Sophomore – Crestview
Addyson Dowler – Freshman – Crestview
Timber Blankenship – Sophomore – Ada
Lizzie Chung – Sophomore – Delphos Jefferson
Mackenzie Weible – Senior – Paulding
Gillian Goecke – Junior – Spencerville
Kyleigh Rumer – Junior – Allen East
Olivia Goecke – Senior – Spencerville
Ariana McMichael – Junior – Spencerville
Madeline Myers – Freshman – Allen East
Chloe Case – Senior – Crestview
Emma Tobe – Freshman – Allen East
Haylee Bayman – Sophomore – Delphos Jefferson

2019 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 7

The 4th weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 2 NWC schools are in the top 8 in their region.

Division V, Region 18
19. Paulding

Division VI, Region 23
6. Allen East, 8. Spencerville, 11. Columbus Grove, 19. Ada, 21. Bluffton, 23. Delphos Jefferson

Division VII, Region 26
10. Crestview

Complete 2019 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings

2019 NWC Cross Country Championships

NWC Cross Country Championships at Van Wert
Boys
1. Columbus Grove 23, 2. Lincolnview 45, 3. Crestview 86, 4. Bluffton 105, 5. Allen East 133, 6. Paulding 143, 7. Ada 211, Spencerville NTS
Complete Results

Girls
1. Columbus Grove 26, 2. Crestview 57, 3. Lincolnview 65, 4. Spencerville 101, 5. Paulding 130
Complete Results

Junior High: Boys | Girls