FPS staff report
March 18, 2013
Carrollton senior Joey Miller was honored with four special awards at last Wednesday’s Carrollton High School wrestling banquet held in the high school cafeteria.
The Warriors had another excellent season under head coach Ken Pasiuk.
They finished with an overall record of 21-6 and placed second in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference with a 6-1 mark.
Pasiuk thanked his coaching staff and everyone who helped make the season a great success.
“I work with a great coaching staff,” Pasiuk said. “I would like to thank them for their hard work and also the people behind the scenes that made this season possible.
“Also, I want to thank the kids. We have some awesome young men in our program at all levels and it was a pleasure working with each and every one of them.”
Miller, who placed second in the 120-pound weight class at this year’s state wrestling tournament, received the Most Takedowns, Most Pins, Most Wins and Most Valuable Wrestler awards.
Senior Connor Mosley was honored with the Coaches Award and junior Austin Bentley the Warrior Award.
Receiving their first year varsity letters were Richard Anderson, Kalub Babe, Micah Campbell, Tyler Dodd, Jon Dunlap, Joey Galbraith, Eric Jefferys, Joey Knipp, Matt Hoopes, J. R. Hull, Storm Mohn, Vince Piecynski, Andrew Rector and Zach Wallace.
Earning second year varsity letters were C. J. Brady, Austin Brooks, Justin Johnson, Mosley, Dustin Pape, Tyler Saunier, Cody Stragan, Bentley, Dakota Maple and Jordon Houyouse.
Tristan Stallard earned his third year letter and Joey Miller his fourth year letter.
Receiving certificates of participation were Zach Blake, Levi Castle, Jacob Casto, Jimmy Galbraith, Chanc Goshorn, Sage Graham, Justin Hillyer, Michael Howell, Hunter Johnston, Jacob Ketchum, Trenton Leggett, Dillen Lewis, Tomas Malone, Teague Malone, Collin Miller, Curtis Moyer, Bret Rininger, Logan Russ, Matt Schaney, Blake Schlemmer and Brennan Thomas.
Carrollton had five wrestlers qualified for the State Tournament, Joey Miller (120), Stallard (145), Austin Miller (182), Tyler Dodd (195) and Bentley (220).
They had 11 wrestlers qualify for the District Tournament - Brady (106) Joey Miller (120), Pape (126), Knipp (132), Stallard (145), Dunlap (160), Mosley (170), Austin Miller (182), Dodd (195), Bentley (220) and Houyouse (285).
Earning spots on the All-NBC first team were Brady, Joey Miller and Bentley. Named to the second team were Stallard and Mosley and receiving honorable mention were Knipp and Stragan.
The Warriors have six wrestlers who also take care of business in the classroom and earned All NBC Scholar Athletes awards for earning a varsity letter and carrying a 3.4 grade point average. They are Brooks, Dunlap, Johnson, Knipp, Mohn and Pape.