John Glenn's Drew Rackley, Newark Catholic's Max Hogue and Caldwell's Tanner Clark took part in the North-South all-star games at Otterbein University on Friday. Rackley played for the South in the D1/D2 game while Hogue and Clark played for the South in the D3/D4 game. Tri-Valley head coach Todd McLoughlin was an assistant coach on Rackley's team.
Zanesville senior wrestler and football standout Drew Hoskinson has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his wrestling career at Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio. This will be the inaugural season for the Gray Wolves and will compete as an NAIA program.
Hoskinson had quite a creer at Zanesville, including a heavyweight ECOL title in 2015. Hoskinson was joined by his family, friends and coaches.
Zanesville head coach Chad Grandstaff will lead the South all-star team in this year's OHSFCA North-South All-Star Game. Kickoff will be April 30th from Welcome Stadium in Dayton, Ohio at 4 PM.
This will be Grandstaff's third time coaching in the North-South game, as he has been an assistant in previous years. Along with Grandstaff, Zanesville's Leo Crosby, Drew Hoskinson and Tri-Valley defensive lineman Hunter Polk will also represent the South.