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Several Area Football Players Earn All-Ohio

Story By: Jeff Alan



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  Original Published: 11/27/2012

Several area football players made the grade in Division II as All-Ohio in football.  Madison's Kale Huss who ran for a school single season record 1,969 yards scoring 25 touchdowns earned All-Ohio first team honors.  Three of his teammates are also on the list.  Center Nate Boggs and linebacker Seth Gowitzka were third team selections with Dalton Fix being named to the honorable mention list as Madison finished at 10-2 and co-champs of the OCC.

Mansfield Senior also placed four on the list led by linebacker Jaleel Taylor who was named All-Ohio second team in Division II.  Taylor collected 112 tackles this past season.  Three othe teammates also made the grade.  Tyger defensive end Antonio Sanderfer was an All-Ohio third team selction, while lineman Leon Robinson and two way player Matt Robinson were special mention All-Ohio in helping the Tygers to an OCC co-championship with Madison and West Holmes at 8-3.

From Ashland, Nick Barker who led the area in yardage receiving at 1,265 on 70 catches earned All-Ohio first team honors not as a wide receiver, but as a kicker going seven for nine in field goals and 29-34 on extra points.  Teammate and linebacker Willie Moore made All-Ohio special mention in helping the Arrows finish at 6-4.

Rounding out the list in Division II was Lexington punter Gio Masi who earned All-Ohio special mention.  Masi also doubled as the team's kicker with a 47 yard field goal against Orrville to his credit.

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