Galion lands multiple athletes on All-MOAC teams


By Brandon Little - [email protected]



CC Campbell takes a hack in a game against Clear Fork. Campbell garnered first team All-MOAC honors.


GALION — The Mid Ohio Athletic Conference recently released their All-Conference teams for the spring of 2022.

Galion Tigers landed multiple athletes on both the baseball and softball lists.

Freshman Braxton Prosser was named second-team All-MOAC after an excellent season. Prosser was able to burst onto the high school baseball landscape and is a bright piece for the program going forward.

Bluffton University signee, Brody Symsick, was named honorable mention. Symsick had a good year at the plate and was a leader for Galion. Symsick was unable to pitch much this year, but he’s shown in the past he’s one of the area’s top pitchers.

Below is the full list of All-MOAC teams on the baseball side.

First Team

Jared Scott, Clear Fork; Rider Minnick, Highland; Zach Pinkerton, Highland; Blake Jodrey, Highland; TJ Fitzgerald, Marion Harding; Austin Allen, Marion Harding; Ryan Chapman, Ontario; Gage Weaver, Ontario; Nathan Newell, Pleasant; Jeremy Holloway, Shelby; Marshall Shepherd, Shelby

Second Team

Luke Schlosser, Clear Fork; David Ballinger, Clear Fork; Braxton Prosser, Galion; Brock Church, Highland; Jacob Barr, Marion Harding; Carter Weaver, Ontario; Colton Ramion, Ontario; Max Kellogg, Pleasant; Joey Dranshak, River Valley; Luke Shepherd, Shelby; Blaine Bowman, Shelby

Honorable Mention

Kaleb Hollar, Clear Fork; Brody Symsick, Galion; Kort Sears, Highland; Nathan Cunningham, Marion Harding; Carter Walters, Ontario; Peydon Gosnell, Pleasant; Logan Rensch, River Valley; Landon Kennard, Shelby

Galion improved their record from 0-21 last year, to 3-16 this year on the softball field. A few players had their hand in helping make that happen.

CC Campbell made first-team All-Conference for the Lady Tigers, and Emily McDonald was able to grab second-team honors.

Senior Teanna Greter rounded things out for the Lady Tigers, landing on the honorable mention list.

Below is the complete list of the MOAC’s best players on the softball field.

First Team

Ashlyn Roberts,Clear Fork; Stevie Asher, Highland; Guinevere, Highland; CC Campbell, Galion; Autumn Taylor, Ontario; Joslynne Frazier, Ontario; Katie Jordan, Pleasant; Shelby Wrestler, River Valley; Riley Hamm,River Valley; Sadie Smith, Shelby; Lexi Thompson, Shelby

Second Team

Trinity Cook, Clear Fork; Pacey Chrastina, Clear Fork; Emily McDonald, Galion; Faith Geiger, Highland; Kameron Biederman, Marion Harding; Trista Jewell, Ontario; Eden Howard, Ontario; Kylie Snow, Ontario; Hannah Miller, Pleasant; Delany Myers, River Valley; Mallory Gundrum, Shelby

Honorable Mention

Renee Anders, Clear Fork; Teanna Greter, Galion; Audrey Robinson, Highland; Taylor O’Connor, Marion Harding; Olivia Kreger, Ontario; Gracelyn Staley, Pleasant; Maizie Frank, River Valley; Alyssa Neill, Shelby

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CC Campbell takes a hack in a game against Clear Fork. Campbell garnered first team All-MOAC honors.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/05/web1_IMG_3100.jpgCC Campbell takes a hack in a game against Clear Fork. Campbell garnered first team All-MOAC honors.

By Brandon Little

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