The University of Cincinnati commit threw for 1,816 yards, ran for 1,509 yards, accounted for 49 touchdowns as Wyoming went 13-1 in 2019.
Lineman Trey Leroux, running back Evan Stumpf and kicker Garrison Smith were first team All-Ohio selections, while Gabe Phillips (DL) and Alec Maloney (LB) were second team in Division III, the OPSWA announced on Tuesdya.
Bellevue’s Jack Howey and Caleb Marshall also earned all-state recognition in Div. IV, the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced on Monday.
Western Reserve senior running back Cody Benesh is Co-Offensive Player of the Year, while head coach Ty Stevenson is the Ohio Coach of the Year for Division VI, the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced on Sunday.
Cleveland was unable to hold a 10-0 lead in Sunday’s 20-13 loss in Pittsburgh — a setback that may have knocked the Browns out of playoff contention.
St. Paul’s Lars Livengood (DB), and South Central’s David Lamoreaux (WR) and John Hale (P) are All-Ohio first team selections in Div. VII, the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced on Sunday.
Ohio State won over the arch rival Wolverines for the eighth straight time with Saturday’s 56-27 win in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Buckeyes (12-0) head to next week’s Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis.
Ohio State could lose to Michigan on Saturday and still compete for and win a national championship. If the loser of “The Game” can still go on and win a national championship, does that diminish the rivalry game’s importance?
South Central grad Taylor Wilhelm is wrapping up his first year as the Director of Creative Media for the University of Pittsburgh football team.
Jarvis Landry caught 10 passes for 147 yards and two TDs in the Browns’ easy 41-24 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in Cleveland.
Ohio State beats Penn State, 28-17, clinching Big Ten East on Saturday at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett lost the appeal of his indefinite suspension Thursday, even though he reportedly argued in his hearing that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph called him a racial slur.
Senior offensive lineman Trey Leroux was Northwest District Co-Lineman of the Year and senior running back Evan Stumpf Co-Offensive Player of the Year to highlight six area players on first team in Divisions III-V.
Western Reserve running back Cody Benesh was one of three first team selections for the Roughriders, while eight other Firelands Conference players were Northwest District first team in Division VII.
Western Reserve’s Cody Benesh (Offensive Back of the Year) and Aiden Markley (Offensive Lineman of the Year), and St. Paul’s Lars Livengood (Defensive Back of the Year) were among the specialty winners.