2018 NWC Fall Scholar Athletes

Northwest Conference Scholar Athletes have been announced for the recently completed fall sports season.

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: Cameron Hazelton, Jessica Breidenbach, Courtney McLaughlin, Barette Jones, Anabel Alexander, Shelby Goodman, Emma Jameson
Cheerleading – Silver: Kyha Downing, Tori Green

Boys CC – Gold: Riley Ferguson, Michael Crouse, Hunter Wells, Jacob Morgan, Brice Ferguson, Miguel Gonzalez-Jordan
Boys CC – Silver: Keegan Giddens

Girls CC – Gold: Alexis Ennis
Girls CC – Silver: Lauren Mullins

Football – Gold: Logan Conrad, Kyle Zimmerly, Bradley Clum, Carson Hissong, Nathan Mattson, Noah Mattson
Football – Silver: Keagan Hull, Carter Nelson, Phillip Coulson Jr, Dylan East, Holden Purdy, Daniel Mattson, Luke Westover

Boys Golf – Gold: Alexander Morgan, John Brevin Sizemore, Austin Amburgey, Jacob Colwell
Boys Golf – Silver: Ethan Hull, Robert Allison

Boys Soccer – Gold: Isaac Williams, Isaac Spar, Skyler Williams, Jacob Thaxton, Jonathan Allen, Noah Garmon, Andrew Hadley, Brendan Sheridan
Boys Soccer – Silver: Nicolas Kamatali, Jacob Poling, Samuel Hibbard, William Jolliff Jr., Jacob Okuly, Christopher Reyes

Girls Soccer – Gold: Timberlyn Blankenship, Julia Kamatali, Alaina Robirds, Hailey Robirds, Katelyn Butterfield, Braelynn Dodge, Isabella East, Afia Okyere, Kesewa Akyeampong, Brenna Hissong, Hailey Callahan, Allison Dotson
Girls Soccer – Silver: Ella Poling, Kylie Shafer

Volleyball – Gold: Sidney Gossard, Kendal Guagenti, Megan Light, Miranda Wills, Raina England, Morgan Swick
Volleyball – Silver: Aubrey Madison, Rilan Conley

ALLEN EAST

Cheerleading – Gold: Ryanne Lehman, Olivia Parker, Hayley Closson, Danielle Redman, Anamya Truex, Abby Whitaker, Mallory Austin, Sydney Treglia

Boys CC – Gold: Hunter Sidle, Gavin Miller, Ethan Garver, Ezra Garver, Nicholas Baughman, Andrew Cochensparger, Aiden Neff, Jordan Kennedy, Daniel Brown
Boys CC – Silver: Mason Hutchinson

Football – Gold: Tyler Clum, Bradden Crumrine, Blake Hershberger, Travis Wilson, Bryce Belcher, Ethan Boday, Brennan Davies, Albert Hughes, Dustin Rowe, Jacob Treglia
Football – Silver: Evan Shafer, Gabe Criblez, Jordan Motter, Logan McCluer, Trenton Duran

Boys Golf – Gold: Noah Brown, Zachary Miller, Garett Newland, Luke Dear, Carter Frey, Nick Phillips

Girls Golf – Gold: Kasey Meyer, Sydney Miller

Boys Soccer – Gold: Silas Gillespie, Braelin Houston, Jared Shea, Landon Gossard, Christian Hedrick
Boys Soccer – Silver: Aiden Robey, Mason Dotson, Dalton Clum, Ethan Reichenbach

Girls Soccer – Gold: Kyleigh Rumer, Devyn Hopkins, Taylor Rooker, Lakin Basham, Lauren Criblez, Abby Garver, Kassidy McKeever, Kateland Newland, Ally Richardson, Gabrielle Scott
Girls Soccer – Silver: Julia Meyer, Victoria Newland, Olivia Silone, MaKinsey Helser

Volleyball – Gold: Cierra Anspach, Alivia Craig, Kristin Whitley, Anamya Truex, Alex Briley, Grace Howard, Summer McCloskey, Maggie Thullen

BLUFFTON

Cheerleading – Gold: Jenna Goodman, Jessica Goodman, Kiera Rieman, Hannah-Grace Perry, Kaitlyn Rieman, Maria Spallinger, Shyanne Mortimer
Cheerleading – Silver: Olivia Parker, Sidnie Koontz

Boys CC – Gold: Ethan Bogart, Caleb Mckenzie, Sumner Kibele, Elijah Conley, Derek Swartzlander, Tanner Pinks
Boys CC – Silver: Carter Dyar, Trey Boblitt

Girls CC – Gold: Caitlin Dailey

Football – Gold: Ben Theis, Nate Schaadt, Trent Howard, Nephi Peralta, Mccormick Ault, Logan Rhodes, Baylor Garmatter, Nick Beach, Mason Ault, Deandre Nassar, Chad Veit, Jason Althaus
Football – Silver: Trey Shisler,, Tyson Shutler, Malachi Pahl, Brien Basinger, Nick Prater, Jack Wilson, Brandt Manns, Andrew Wehrly,Austin Reynolds, Kyle Koontz, Brett Basinger

Boys Golf – Gold: Kenneth Lovett, Micah Minnig, Jared Piercefield, Drew Wilson, Jordan Siefer

Girls Golf – Gold: Jocelyn Ochoa, Olivia Spallinger, Jordyn Garmatter, Allison Burghaze, Melina Meza, Mara Minnig, Kennedy Coughlan
Girls Golf – Silver: Alivia Koenig

Boys Soccer – Gold: Josh Mehaffie, Brandon Good, Jonathan Schriner, Andrew Lovett, Jude Spallinger, Collin Oglesbee, Jayden Mays, Andrew Bertka, Tayton Kleman, Jackson Steinmetz, Simon Derstine, Asher Antrim, Eli Lemley, Andrew Heldman, Luke Young, Jesse Montel, Isaiah Schwab
Boys Soccer – Silver: Dakoda Clymer

Girls Soccer – Gold: Riley Busch, Olivia Burner, Reagan Mittendorf, Clara Matthews, Danielle Novak, Bella Basinger, Laykin Garmatter, Rebekah Hoff, Olivia Setzer, Lauren Rhodes, Brenna Kindle, Brinkley Garmatter, Sophis Smucker, Averey Rumer
Girls Soccer – Silver: Kayla White, Sarah Cartwright

Tennis – Gold: Julia Smallcombe, Pearl Lewandowski, Olivia Barnes, Caitlyn Zimmerman, Emma Klinger, Amelia Mitchell, Erin Hotmire, Raychel Avila

Volleyball – Gold: Madison Fleece, Kylie Stackhouse, Skyler Scoles, Sophie Bricker, Kylie Monday, Ashley Eachus, Taylor Schwab, Libby Schaadt, Ameiri Siferd, Arielle O’Neal, Katie Prater

COLUMBUS GROVE

Cheerleading – Gold: Olivia Delarosa, Grace Cassidy, Kara Schmidt, Ivy Parker, Kennedy Smith
Cheerleading – Silver: Abigail Laing, Madisyn Maag

Boys CC – Gold: Breece Pingle, Jacob Bish, Rob Langhals, Nathan Maenle, Dylan Birkemeier, Cody Tabler, Derek Birkemeier, Tayt Birnesser, Tayden Pingle, Roy Langhals, Caleb Stechschulte, Carson Closson
Boys CC – Silver: Grant Mumaugh, Tanner Smith, Caleb Morman

Girls CC – Gold: Alyssa Ellerbrock, Addison Schafer, Erin Downing, Emily Schumacher, Leandra Price, Morgan Deffenbaugh, Zoe Stechschulte, Hannah Schroeder

Football – Gold: Riley Schumacher, Brady Hauenstein, Garrett Nemire, Adam Bogart, Evan Schroeder, Jared Basinger, Blake Reynolds, Ezra Jones, Gabe Clement
Football – Silver: Cody Johnson, Trevor Taylor, Dylan Pitts, Zac Ridenour, Grant McCauley, Ethan Halker, Jeff Meyer, Ryan Bogart, Jon Banal

Boys Golf – Gold: Jacob Oglesbee, Kurt Griffith
Boys Golf – Silver: Gabe Verhoff

Volleyball – Gold: Peyton Brubaker, Rylee Sybert, Emily Ridinger, Cassie Heilman, Becca Choi, Abby Gladwell, Lauren Benroth
Volleyball – Silver: Amy Vorst, Haley Radabaugh, Sydney Witteborg

CRESTVIEW

Cheerleading – Gold: Emily Barricklow, Rosie Bogle, Josce Gallimore, Dreama Hampton, Alyssa Sparks, Alyssa Hoersten, Haley Sheets, Jacquelyn LeMieux, Maisee Short, Chelsea Taylor, Amber Young
Cheerleading – Silver: Jamie Balliet, Lexi Harter, Nevaeh Pruett, Alex Stefanek

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

Girls CC – Gold: Lizzie Bowen, Emily Greulach, Adalynn Longstreth, Lydia Saylor, Lauren Schumm, Savannah Smith, Lauren Walls

Football – Gold: Derick Dealey, Javin Etzler, Logan Gerardot, Robbie Gonzalez, Korbin Hartman, Drew Kline, Carson Kreischer, Isaiah LaTurner, Griffin Painter, Gavin Preston, Caylib Pruett, Devan Roberts, Riley Saylor, Wade Sheets, Kaden Short, Kole Small, Colby Swager, Riley Wilson
Football – Silver: Brody Brecht, Jordan Perrott, Micah Snyder

Boys Golf – Gold: Scott Bowman, Evan Scarlett, Dillon Underwood
Boys Golf – Silver: Colton Lautzenheiser

Girls Golf – Gold: Olivia Skelton

Girls Soccer – Gold: Chloee Case, Olivia Dealey, Hannah Dickson, Kassidy Klinger, Salex Overmyer, Lindsey Schumm, Jade Sheaffer, McKenna Thompson, Madalyn Ward
Girls Soccer – Silver: Hope Lover, Chelsea Young

Volleyball – Gold: Lauryn Black, Lexi Gregory, Laney Jones, Maddy Lamb, Avery McCoy
Volleyball – Silver: Kimber Adams, Bailey Gregory, Raegan Hammons, Kaylee Wolford

DELPHOS JEFFERSON

Cheerleading – Gold: Madison Geise, Lauren Grothause, Alyssa Hohlbein, Rachael Kroeger, Avery Godwin, Rileigh Rahrig
Cheerleading – Silver: Kyrstin Warnecke, Kayla Louagie

Football – Gold: Colin Bailey, J.T. Taviano, Jeffrey Caputo, Zachary Stemen, Ben McKee, Conner Anspach, Brady Welker, Kane Plescher, Tanner Mathewson, Brayden McClure, Jacob McClure
Football – Silver: Jackson Ream, Keaton Gerdeman, Kaden Overholt, Skyler Voorhees, Hunter Haehn, Cole Haunhorst, Chase Bailey, Hunter Mericle

Boys Golf – Gold: Darius Shurelds, Logan Gallmeier
Boys Golf – Silver: Matt Schroeder, Brady Johnston, John Pseekos, Braxton Scalf

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

Girls Soccer – Gold: Allyson Hasting, Madison McConnahea, Michelle Rode, Victoria Redmon, Noel Warnement, Danielle Hohlbein, Emily Dienstberger, Rachel Fetzer, Sarah Metzner, Karlyn Mawhorr, Elizabeth Chung, Madeline Weitzel, Makenzi Coffey, Hannah Dickson, Jenna Rode, Haylee Bayman
Girls Soccer – Silver: Alexa Chung

Volleyball – Gold: Jenna Illig, Delaney Duel, Ayron McClurg, Jayla Rostorfer, Audrey North, Courtney Teman
Volleyball – Silver: Sophia Pimpas, Allison McClurg

LINCOLNVIEW

Boys CC – Gold: Connor Johnson, Jackson Robinson, Joe Sadowski, Alek Bowersock, Jacob Keysor, Karter Tow
Boys CC – Silver: Daegan Hatfield, Sam Wolfrum, Devon Bill, Brad Korte

Girls CC – Gold: Dylann Carey, Madison Langdon, Victoria Snyder, Rylee Bryne, Brayden Langdon, Madeline Snyder
Girls CC – Silver: Julia Stetler, Hannah Zickefoose

Boys Golf – Gold: Landon Price, Avery Slusher, Zane Miller
Boys Golf – Silver: Jaden Youtsey

Girls Golf – Silver: Aryonna Hoghe, Adalee Purk

Girls Soccer – Gold: Elizabeth Eaton, Ariel Pruden, Hannah Scaggs, Raegan Boley, Adia Welch

Boys Soccer – Gold: Justin Braun, Aaron Cavinder, Fletcher Collins, Creed Jessee, Clayton Leeth, Daniel Miller, Dylan Schimmoeller, Jared Pollock, Kyle Wallis
Boys Soccer – Silver: Ethan Crow, Landon Moody

Volleyball – Gold: Kendall Bollenbacher, Brianna Ebel, Madison Williams, Lana Carey, Lakin Brant, Morgan Miller, Carly Wendel
Volleyball – Silver: Kendall Klausing, Kerstin Davis, Jordan Decker

PAULDING

Cheerleading – Gold: Emily Deatrick, Gracie Burtch, Leah Nusbaum, Hailey McDaniel, Victoria Valle, Reagan Akorn, Adriana Gonzales, Haley Burtin, Selena Yates, Kaylen Cox, Marissa Dobbelaere

Boys CC – Gold: Bailey Manz, Joe Reineck, Caleb Thompson, Carson Shull

Girls CC – Gold: Sidney Kohart, Grace Lemieux, Elyse Manz, Montserrat Martinez, Mary-Cate Panico, Savannah, Shepherd
Girls CC – Silver: Sophia Fisher

Football – Gold: Deyton Price, Caleb Manz, Evan Edwards, Hunter Kesler, Jacob Deisler, Payton Beckman, Fernando Garcia, Jacob King, Quintin, Gonzales, Cole Mabis, Adrian Simonin, Cory Adams, Ethan Matty, Brandon Jackson, Jacob Eblin
Football – Silver: Alex Riethman, Nolan Johanns, Brock Schooley

Girls Soccer – Gold: Ashlynn Rice, Jen Stahl, Kennedy Foor, Kenzie Weible, Megan Garrity, Sydney McCullough, Gillian Porter, Isabelle Heitman, Sydney Reineck, Hailey Weidenhamer, Morgan Iler, Ella Cook, Alex Cardin

Girls Soccer – Silver: Chelsea Bulllinger, Kalyn Goshia

Boys Soccer – Gold: Charles Clapsaddle, Jonathan Clapsaddle, Seth Dysinger, Evan Edwards, Zach Gorrell, Luke McCullough, Quincy Porter
Boys Soccer – Silver: Trace McKinley, Kolya Paschall

Boys Golf – Gold: Fletcher Cook, Kolson Egnor, Hunter Kauser, Hailey Hartzell
Boys Golf – Silver: Noah Pessefall

Volleyball – Gold: Asia Arellano, Haylee Dominique, Leigha Egnor, Sadie Estle, Emma Horstman, Macy Iler, Jalynn Parrett, Sydney Price, Kristen Razo, Zoe Shepherd, Mallory Taylor, Megan Tope

SPENCERVILLE

Cheerleading – Gold: Emma Bertram, Makenna Lehman, Jayden Maier, Abigail Schwartz, Emilee Stumbaugh, Makenzie Brown, Alex Carter
Cheerleading – Silver: Asia Martin, Alivia McMichael, Kayla Osting, Grace Ward

Girls CC – Gold: Torie Bockey, Ava Boedicker, Hogan Lee, Lillee Stewart
Girls CC – Silver: Rylie Edgington, Keagan Gaskill

Football – Gold: Dylan Baughman, Jackson Goecke, Keegan Goecke, Elliott Jackson, Isaiah Pugh
Football – Silver: Logan Hennon, Cannan Johnson, Garrett Jones, Matthew Macklin, Mason Myers, Dalton Prichard

Boys Golf – Gold: Ethan Harmon, Gavin Harmon
Boys Golf – Silver: Evan Core, Alex Gallman

Boys Soccer – Gold: Peyton Brown, Luke Falke, Connor Nielsen, Andrew Pardon, Connor Potts, Jaden Shimp, Joel Van Gorder, Riley Webb
Boys Soccer – Silver: Dominic Adkins, Seth Clark, Evan Core, Grant Hackworth, Jacob Litsey, Eagan Martinez, Zach Ringwald, Gabe Schwartz

Girls Soccer – Gold: Brooke Bockey, Olivia Goecke, Taylor Hobbs, Emma Leis, Jenna Litsey, Raygan Martinez, Rachel Oakman, Kelsey Shaffer, Raigan Staup, Kottia Williams
Girls Soccer – Silver: Nelaya Burden, Gillian Goecke, Paige Love, Ariana McMichael

Volleyball – Gold: Lilyan Goecke, Emma Hoback, Whitney Mulholland, Isabelle Murray, Abbygayle Satterfield, Alissa Sawmiller, Mackenzie Williams, Sarah Woods
Volleyball – Silver: Kaitlyn Carpenter

2018 NWC Scholastic Bowl

Ada won the Northwest Conference Scholastic Bowl competition with a 8-0 record in matches held at Lincolnview  High School on Saturday. Crestview and Bluffton tied for 2nd with 6-2 records in the competition followed by Spencerville, Columbus Grove, Allen East and Paulding (tie), Lincolnview and Delphos Jefferson.

1. Ada                                         8-0
2. Crestview                              6-2
2. Bluffton                                 6-2
4. Spencerville                          5-3
5. Columbus Grove                  4-4
6. Allen East                              3-5
6. Paulding                                 3-5
8. Lincolnview                          1-7
9. Delphos Jefferson                 0-8

The Northwest Conference Scholastic Bowl is an annual competition among the schools of the conference with teams of 4 students competing in a round robin quiz bowl competition.

2018 NWC Football Leaders & Stats – Week 10

Team Leaders
Team Offense
First Downs:
Crestview 18.5
Team Rushing: Spencerville 359.2
Team Passing: Allen East 245.2
Team Total Offense: Crestview 386.2
Scoring Offense: Crestview 44.1

Team Defense
First Downs Allowed: Spencerville 8.5
Team Rushing Defense: Spencerville 57.9
Team Passing Defense: Delphos Jefferson 80.2
Total Team Defense: Spencerville 179.4
Scoring Defense: Columbus Grove 17.3

Penalty Yards: Allen East 339
Turnover Ratio: Columbus Grove +12

Individual Leaders
Individual Offense per Game
Passing Yards: Tyler Clum, Allen East 2355 yards (235.5/game)
Passing Efficiency (min. 100 attempts): Drew Kline, Crestview 156.70
Passing TD’s: Tyler Clum, Allen East 24
Rushing Yards: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 1113 yards (111.3/game)
Rushing TD’s: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 16
Rushing Yards per Carry (min. 100 attempts): Joel Lotz, Spencerville 8.7
Receiving Yards: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 1011 yards (101.1/game)
Receptions: Hunter Kesler, Paulding 52 receptions (5.2/game)
Receiving Yards per Reception (min. 20 receptions): Cole Fletcher, Allen East 21.1
Receiving TD’s: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 10
Scoring: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 98 points

Individual Defense

Interceptions: Caleb Barrientes, Columbus Grove 7

Individual Special Teams
Punting (min 20 attempts): Jacob Eblin, Paulding 37.0
Kickoff Returns: Drew Lumpkins, Paulding 273 yards
Punt Returns: Wade Sheets, Crestview 205 yards

Complete Week 10 NWC Individual and Team Leaders

2018 NWC Football All-Conference Teams

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

Crestview senior quarterback Drew Kline repeated as the NWC Offensive Player of the Year.   Eli Yahl, a junior linebacker from Spencerville, was selected as the NWC Defensive Player of the Year.

Spencerville, Crestview and Columbus Grove have all qualified for the state football playoffs.  On Friday, Nov. 2, Columbus Grove (7-3) will host Carey (7-3) and Spencerville (8-2) will travel to Marion Local (9-1).  On Saturday, Nov. 3, Crestview (9-1) will host Cincinnati Miami Valley Christian Academy (7-2).  All games are scheduled to start at 7:00 pm.

1st Team Offense
Offensive Line: Eli Yahl 11 Spencerville
Offensive Line: Cody Johnson 12 Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Micah Snyder 12 Crestview
Offensive Line: Ethan Matty 12 Paulding
Offensive Line: Robbie Gonzalez 12 Crestview
Receiver: Wade Sheets 12 Crestview
Receiver: Cole Fletcher 11 Allen East
Receiver: Hunter Kesler 12 Paulding
Running Back: Cannan Johnson 12 Spencerville
Running Back: Garrett Nemire 12 Columbus Grove
Running Back: Joel Lotz 11 Spencerville
Quarterback: Drew Kline 12 Crestview
Specialist: Wade Sheets 12 Crestview

1st Team Defense
Defensive Line: Tom Catlin 12 Spencerville
Defensive Line: Cody Johnson 12 Columbus Grove
Defensive Line: Robbie Gonzalez 12 Crestview
Defensive Line: Micah Snyder 12 Crestview
Linebacker: Eli Yahl 11 Spencerville
Linebacker: Brady Hauenstein 12 Columbus Grove
Linebacker: Brody Brecht 10 Crestview
Linebacker: Blake Hershberger 10 Allen East
Defensive Back: Wade Sheets 12 Crestview
Defensive Back: Caleb Barrientes 12 Columbus Grove
Defensive Back: Kale Lee 12 Spencerville
Defensive Back: Hunter Paxson 11 Allen East

2nd Team Offense
Offensive Line: Matt Macklin 12 Spencerville
Offensive Line: Brennan Davies 11 Allen East
Offensive Line: Ethan Halker 10 Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Trenton Duran 12 Allen East
Offensive Line: Ethan Hall 11 Ada
Receiver: Caleb Barrientes 12 Columbus Grove
Receiver: Trevor Taylor 12 Columbus Grove
Receiver: Bradden Crumrine 10 Allen East
Running Back: Kale Lee 12 Spencerville
Running Back: Brody Brecht 10 Crestview
Running Back: DeAndre Nassar 12 Bluffton
Quarterback: Blake Reynolds 10 Columbus Grove
Specialist: Rece Verhoff 9 Columbus Grove

2nd Team Defense
Defensive Line: Connor Holmes 12 Spencerville
Defensive Line: Jacob Eblin 12 Paulding
Defensive Line: Jonah Meyer 12 Allen East
Defensive Line: Mason Ault 12 Bluffton
Linebacker: Riley Schumacher 12 Columbus Grove
Linebacker: Isaiah LaTurner 11 Crestview
Linebacker: Cole Mabis 11 Paulding
Linebacker: Dustin Rowe 12 Allen East
Defensive Back: Drew Kline 12 Crestview
Defensive Back: Drew Armstead 12 Spencerville
Defensive Back: Cannan Johnson 12 Spencerville
Defensive Back: Drew Lumpkins 12 Paulding

Offense Honorable Mention
Offensive Line: Jared Basinger 11 Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Jackson Goecke 11 Spencerville
Offensive Line: Jacob Eblin 12 Paulding
Offensive Line: Landen Luginbuhl 11 Bluffton
Offensive Line: Dylan Sargent 11 Columbus Grove
Offensive Line: Kole Small 12 Crestview
Offensive Line: Brady Welker 12 Delphos Jefferson
Offensive Line: Mickey Ault 11 Bluffton
Offensive Line: Seth Schwartz 12 Spencerville
Offensive Line: Aaron Tabler 9 Bluffton
Running Back:  Jacob Deisler 11 Paulding
Running Back:  Brady Hauenstein 12 Columbus Grove
Running Back:  Logan Rhodes 12 Bluffton
Receiver:  Bryce Belcher 11 Allen East
Receiver:  Zac Swaney 10 Ada
Receiver:  Gabe Clement 10 Columbus Grove
Receiver:  Jacob Treglia 12 Allen East
Receiver:  Brad Clum 12 Ada
Quarterback:  Tyler Clum 10 Allen East
Quarterback:  Nate Schaadt 9 Bluffton
Specialist:  Bradden Crumrine 10 Allen East
Specialist:  Kyle Koontz 11 Bluffton

Defense Honorable Mention
Defensive Line:  Reese Hodge-Miller 11 Spencerville
Defensive Line:  Ezra Jones 10 Columbus Grove
Defensive Line:  Noah Mattson 12 Ada
Defensive Line:  Ethan Matty 12 Paulding
Defensive Line:  Brady Welker 12 Delphos Jefferson
Defensive Line:  Mason Myers 11 Spencerville
Defensive Line:  Jeff Meyer 10 Columbus Grove
Defensive Line:  Jason Althaus 12 Bluffton
Linebacker:  Jackson Goecke 11 Spencerville
Linebacker:  Ethan Hall 12 Ada
Linebacker:  Tucker Neff 11 Bluffton
Linebacker:  Holden Purdy 11 Ada
Linebacker:  Dylan Pitts 12 Columbus Grove
Linebacker:  Conner Anspach 12 Delphos Jefferson
Linebacker:  Riley Coil 11 Paulding
Defensive Back: Trevor Taylor 12 Columbus Grove
Defensive Back: Phil Coulson 11 Ada
Defensive Back: Daniel Mattson 10 Ada
Defensive Back: Kole McKee 12 Delphos Jefferson
Defensive Back: Hunter Kesler 12 Paulding
Defensive Back: Baylor Garmatter 11 Bluffton
Defensive Back: Dylan Baughman 11 Spencerville
Defensive Back: Tyson Shutler 10 Bluffton

2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 10

The final weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 3 NWC schools are in the top 8 in their region and moving on to the playoffs.

Division V, Region 18
23. Paulding

Division VI, Region 22
4. Columbus Grove, 17. Allen East, 22. Bluffton, 25. Ada

Division VI, Region 24
6. Spencerville, 26. Delphos Jefferson

Division VII, Region 28
2. Crestview

Complete 2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings

2018 NWC Football Leaders & Stats – Week 9

Team Leaders
Team Offense
First Downs:
Crestview 18.8
Team Rushing: Spencerville 348.6
Team Passing: Allen East 248.6
Team Total Offense: Crestview 393.4
Scoring Offense: Crestview 43.4

Team Defense
First Downs Allowed: Spencerville 8.9
Team Rushing Defense: Spencerville 71.7
Team Passing Defense: Delphos Jefferson 88.9
Total Team Defense: Spencerville 200.4
Scoring Defense: Columbus Grove 17.8

Penalty Yards: Allen East 264
Turnover Ratio: Columbus Grove +11

Individual Leaders
Individual Offense per Game
Passing Yards: Tyler Clum, Allen East 2140 yards (237.8/game)
Passing Efficiency (min. 100 attempts): Drew Kline, Crestview 159.69
Passing TD’s: Tyler Clum, Allen East 22
Rushing Yards: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville & Kale Lee, Spencerville 934 yards (103.8/game)
Rushing TD’s: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 15
Rushing Yards per Carry (min. 90 attempts): Joel Lotz, Spencerville 8.5
Receiving Yards: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 879 yards (97.7/game)
Receptions: Hunter Kesler, Paulding 49 receptions (5.4/game)
Receiving Yards per Reception (min. 20 receptions): Cole Fletcher, Allen East 23.1
Receiving TD’s: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 10
Scoring: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 92 points

Individual Defense

Interceptions: Caleb Barrientes, Columbus Grove 6

Individual Special Teams
Punting (min 20 attempts): Jacob Eblin, Paulding 37.2
Kickoff Returns: Drew Lumpkins, Paulding 273 yards
Punt Returns: Wade Sheets, Crestview 205 yards

Complete Week 9 NWC Individual and Team Leaders

2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 9

The 5th weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 3 NWC schools are in the top 8 in their region.

Division V, Region 18
22. Paulding

Division VI, Region 22
4. Columbus Grove, 18. Allen East, 20. Bluffton, 24. Ada

Division VI, Region 24
6. Spencerville, 25. Delphos Jefferson

Division VII, Region 28
2. Crestview

Complete 2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings

2018 NWC Football Leaders & Stats – Week 8

Team Leaders
Team Offense
First Downs:
Crestview 19.4
Team Rushing: Spencerville 362.4
Team Passing: Allen East 250.9
Team Total Offense: Crestview 404.9
Scoring Offense: Crestview 43.0

Team Defense
First Downs Allowed: Spencerville 8.5
Team Rushing Defense: Spencerville 78.4
Team Passing Defense: Delphos Jefferson 79.0
Total Team Defense: Spencerville 198.5
Scoring Defense: Columbus Grove 18.3

Penalty Yards: Allen East 254
Turnover Ratio: Columbus Grove +10

Individual Leaders
Individual Offense per Game
Passing Yards: Tyler Clum, Allen East 1910 yards (238.8/game)
Passing Efficiency (min. 90 attempts): Drew Kline, Crestview 160.99
Passing TD’s: Tyler Clum, Allen East 21
Rushing Yards: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 877 yards (109.6/game)
Rushing TD’s: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 15
Rushing Yards per Carry (min. 90 attempts): Joel Lotz, Spencerville 8.9
Receiving Yards: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 849 yards (106.1/game)
Receptions: Hunter Kesler, Paulding 41 receptions (5.1/game)
Receiving Yards per Reception (min. 20 receptions): Cole Fletcher, Allen East 24.3
Receiving TD’s: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 10
Scoring: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 92 points

Individual Defense

Interceptions: Caleb Barrientes, Columbus Grove 6

Individual Special Teams
Punting (min 20 attempts): Jacob Eblin, Paulding 37.0
Kickoff Returns: Drew Lumpkins, Paulding 273 yards
Punt Returns: Trevor Taylor, Columbus Grove 161 yards

Complete Week 8 NWC Individual and Team Leaders

2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 8

The 4th weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 3 NWC schools are in the top 8 in their region.

Division V, Region 18
22. Paulding

Division VI, Region 22
4. Columbus Grove, 15. Allen East, 22. Bluffton, 23. Ada

Division VI, Region 24
6. Spencerville, 26. Delphos Jefferson

Division VII, Region 28
2. Crestview

Complete 2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings