FPS staff report
March 17, 2014
|Receiving Special Awards at this year’s Carrollton High School wrestling banquet are from left to right. Front row – Joey Knipp, Tristan Stallard and C. J. Brady. Back row – Austin Bentley, Tyler Dodd and Austin Brooks.
The Carrollton High School wrestling team closed out its 2013-14 season at their annual banquet held recently in the high school cafeteria.
The Warriors had another strong season, finishing with an overall dual record of 31-5 and second place in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference with a 6-1 mark. They also won their first sectional championship since the early 1980’s.
Carrollton Head Coach Ken Pasiuk and his coaching staff handed out special awards and varsity letters to members of his team.
Joey Knipp was handed the Most Takedowns (76) award.
The Most wins (37) award went to Tyler Dodd, who also received the Most Valuable Wrestler award. Dodd had a great post season as he qualified for the State Tournament.
Austin Bentley received the Most Pins Award (23), while the Warrior Award went to C. J. Brady and the Coaches Award to Tristan Stallard. The Most Improved Award was awarded to Austin Brooks.
Stallard earned his fourth varsity letter, while Bentley and Brady each were handed their third varsity letter.
Earning their second year varsity letters were Dodd, Jon Dunlap, Micah Campbell, Joey Galbraith, Erick Jefferys and Knipp.
Receiving their first year letters were Jacob Casto, Jimmy Galbraith, Chance Goshorn, Justin Hillyer, Matt Hoopes, Michael Howell, Dillen Lewis, Brenton Miller, Thomas Malone, Teague Malone, Aidan Pasiuk, Logan Russ, Adam Shaw and Brennan Thomas.
Receiving certificates of participation were Kalub Babe, Seth Daniels, Austin Ellington, Hunter Johnston, Hunter Morrison, Joey Newell, Clay Pidgeon, Blake Schlaummer and Cole Shockey.
Those earning All-NBC honors were: Shaw, Miller, Knipp and Dodd, first team; Brady, Bentley, Pasiuk, Brooks and Dunlap, second team and Stallard and Campbell, honorable mention.
Earning All-NBC scholar athletic awards for earning a varsity letter and carrying a 3.4 grade point average were Brady, Casto, Goshorn, Brooks, Dodd, Jimmy Galbraith and Teague Malone.
Coach Pasiuk also recognized statisticians Kayla Blake, Tori Thomas and Erica Cooper, and camera operator Justin Babe for their hard work during the season.