Galion football finished 6-5 in 2022 and the six wins was in large part to some players really stepping up. The Tigers landed multiple players on the All-Mid Ohio Athletic Conference teams.
On the first-team was Landon Kurtzman, Holden Hunter, Landon Campbell, Gabe Ivy, and Carson Frankhouse.
Quarterback Braxton Prosser earned second-team on the All-MOAC list. Campbell was again able to show up on second-team, this time for his work at another position. Elijah Chafin played hard to earn honorable mention in the conference.
The Tigers will return all of these athletes outside of Kurtzman in 2023, so the future remains bright in the Galion football program.
Below you can find the complete All-MOAC teams.
Kaden Riddle, Clear Fork; Ross Wine, Clear Fork; Pawie Ault, Clear Fork; Victor Skoog, Clear Fork; Luke Schlosser, Clear Fork; Landon Kurtzman, Galion; Holden Hunter, Galion; Landon Campbell, Galion; Gabe Ivy, Galion; Carson Frankhouse, Galion; Landon Pedigo, Highland; Chandler Stevens, Highland; Caleb Hunter, Highland; Dane Nauman, Highland; Hayden Kline, Highland; Bralen Boone, Ontario; Chase Studer, Ontario; Issaiah Ramsey, Shelby; Cayden Shidone, River Valley; Will Garrison, River Valley.
Ty Sellers, Clear Fork; Victor Skoog, Clear Fork; Mason Pipes, Clear Fork; Logan Anderson, Clear Fork; Trystyn Robison, Clear Fork; Milo Burgholder, Clear Fork; Erick Hicks, Clear Fork; Landon Campbell, Galion; Braxton Prosser, Galion; Landon Hayes, Highland; Zach Schmidt, Highland; Brayden Robinson, Ontario; Jon Mounts, Ontario; Trey Booker, Ontario; Quinton Frankhouse, Ontario; Grason Bias, Ontario; Grant Butler River Valley; Keyan Shidone, River Valley; Mason Vent, Shelby; Cam Cline, Shelby; Brayden Devito, Shelby; Grayson Heydinger, Shelby.
Hunter Weirich, Clear Fork; Elijah Chafin, Galion; Zach Church, Highland; Justin Long, Marion Harding; Bodpegn Miller, Ontario; Cadence Varner, Pleasant; Ethan Long, River Valley; Kasper Marten, Shelby.