Northern-10 names all-league basketball teams


Regional-qualifying Eagles well-represented

By Russ Kent - Galion Inquirer



Photo by Don Tudor Colonel Crawford’s Jordan Fenner sets up to get off a shot last week in the Eagles’ Saturday win over Wynford in North Robinson. On Thursday, Fenner reached the 1,000 point plateau. He is just the ninth player in Eagles’ boys basketball history to reach the milestone.

Photo by Don Tudor Colonel Crawford’s Jordan Fenner sets up to get off a shot last week in the Eagles’ Saturday win over Wynford in North Robinson. On Thursday, Fenner reached the 1,000 point plateau. He is just the ninth player in Eagles’ boys basketball history to reach the milestone.


N-10 boys teams

NORTH ROBINSON — It’s no surprise Colonel Crawford, which advanced to the Division III regional basketball tournament this season. is well-represented on the Northern 10 Athletic Conference boys all-star teams.

Jordan Fenner and Gavin Feichtner were both named to the first-team. Both are seniors at Colonel Crawford. They are joined on the first team by Carey’s Hayden Stone, Mohawk’s Austin Tusin, Upper Sandusky’s Evan Young and Cameron McCleary, and Wynford’s Josh Crall.

On the second team is the Eagles, Chase Walker a junior this season. Other members of the second team include Buckeye Central’s Brady Kerschner, Bucyrus’ Lucas Kozinski, Cade Crawford of Carey, Brock Brause of Mohawk, Clayton Lust of Ridgedale and Andrew Kalb of Seneca East.

Reis Walker, another Colonel Crawford senior, was named to the honorable-mention squad, along with Tyler Rose of Buckeye Central, Mike Wise of Bucyrus, Isaiah Hoepf of Carey, Landen Snyder of Mohawk, Sam Leach of Ridgedale, Andy Bauman of Seneca East, Brett Montgomery of Upper Sandusky and Gavin Burris of Wynford.

Upper Sandusky won the league championship and also advanced to the regional tournamnet. Colonel Crawford was second. Wynfords Josh Crall was player of the year and Upper Sandusky coach Jeff Winslow was named coach of the year.

The Division III all-Ohio boys teams also were released this week.

Fenner, who averaged 16 points this season, was named to the Division II second team as was Wynford’s Hall. Feichtner, was named to the special mention squad.

In Division IV, Crestline’s Kaden Ron was named to the special mention squad.

Girls N-10 squads

Colonel Crawford’s Allison Teglovic was named to the N-10 first-team squad. She was joined by Claudia Pifher and Taylor Ratliff of Buckeye Central, Sadie Arend of Carey, Jessica Boweran and Alexis Hicks of Seneca East and Wynford’s Rylee Alspach.

The Lady Eagles’ Katlyn Risner was named to the second team, as were Lexi Evak of Buckeye Central, Alaina Tiell of Carey, Briana Outcalt of Ridgedale, Makenna Depinet of Seneca East and Wynford’s Savannah Tobias and Averi McMillan.

The honorable mention team includes Theresa Dzugan of Colonel Crawford, Ally Green of Buckeye Centrak, Caleigh Rister of Bucyrus, Avarie Stward of Carey, Paityn Clouse of Mohawk, Raylynn Mullins of Ridgedale, Bayley Hamilton of Seneca East, Kaylee Smith of Wynford and Upper Sandusky’s Eve Smith.

Seneca East coach Don Vogt was the coach of the year. He coached Jessica Bowerman, the N-10 Player of the Year.

Teglovic, a junior for the Lady Eagles, also was named to the Division III all-Ohio special mention team.

Photo by Don Tudor Colonel Crawford’s Jordan Fenner sets up to get off a shot last week in the Eagles’ Saturday win over Wynford in North Robinson. On Thursday, Fenner reached the 1,000 point plateau. He is just the ninth player in Eagles’ boys basketball history to reach the milestone.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2020/03/web1_web1_Kyle-Fenner-for-sports-214×300.jpgPhoto by Don Tudor Colonel Crawford’s Jordan Fenner sets up to get off a shot last week in the Eagles’ Saturday win over Wynford in North Robinson. On Thursday, Fenner reached the 1,000 point plateau. He is just the ninth player in Eagles’ boys basketball history to reach the milestone.
Regional-qualifying Eagles well-represented

By Russ Kent

Galion Inquirer