OVAC All Conference Academic Team Announced
The Ohio Valley Athletic Conference has named its All-Academic Team for the 2011-12 school year that included 2,019 student athletes. The following students are from our area.
Hundred High School: Emily Ebert, Tyler Koontz, Kirk Shriver, Oshana Topp, Chris Varner, and Ashley Yoho;
Magnolia High School: Kayla Adams, Rachel Arbogast, Zach Arrick, Derrick Blain, Katie Blatt, Preston Boswell, Bret Brill, Hunter Brill, Jacob Brill, Sam Brookover, Eliza Cain, Grant Cain, Lakyn Cecil, Oscar Celedon, Mallory Chapman, Emily Clegg, Erinn Clegg, Lauren Cline, Davianne Croasmun, Michael Dantrassy, Gage Deem, Abby Durig, Matt Durig, Kyle Elliott, Garrett Emch, Katie Ensinger, Evalyn Estep, Hillary Feldmeier, Brandon Fluharty, Anna Gibb, Audrey Gibb, Hannah Glow, Kyle Goddard, Sarah Goddard, Joanna Graham, Frank Grilli, Jordan Grimm, Sydney Hale, Tanner Hanna, Philip Harlan, Christa Harshberger, Zach Haught, Kenny Headley, Krysta Henderson, Sophia Herrick, Kasey Hilpert, Daryan Ingold, Drew Keller, Kourtney Kuhn, Joseph Ledergerber, Zach Lockhart, Brandon Mason, Logan Massey, Julianne McIlvain, Paden McConnaughey, Chase Miller, Ashley Moore, Alyssia Murdock, Kelsey Newman, McKenzie Newman, Alex Pancake, Jacob Pancake, Lisa Patel, Archie Petin, Eric Piekarski, Brianna Ritz, Stephen Rogalski, Cedar Sands, Shelby Sands, Carter Seckman, Cole Seckman, Soren Shade, Angela Sizemore, Kennedy Slampak, Kyra Slampak, Courtney Slider, Eric Smith, Renee Smith, Sydney Smith, Amanda Theodoro, Summer Timbs, Stephen White, Zach Wilhoite, Mark Winter, Mike Winters, Mitch Winters, Logan Wright, and Brianna Young;
Paden City High School: Craig Allen, Victoria Anderson, Graeson Baker, Myah Charkawi, Sadie Helmick, Haley Hizer, Kayla Hizer, Lynnsie Parsons, and Megan Pierce;
River High School: Blaze Amos, Jerrett Armann, Amanda Bennett, Brandon Carpenter, Monica Curtis, Zachary Dennis, Eric Dierkes, Gabrielle Goudy, Ryan Ludolph, Jason Miller, Brett Price, Benjamin Riley, Mikayla Roberts, Aurora Romick, Myla Smith, Thomas Tharp, and Annelise Turner;
Tyler Consolidated High School: Caroline Bantug, Austin Blizzard, Dakota Brenneman, Elisha Brown, Aryn Carpenter, Hayden Carpenter, Megan Carpenter, Isaiah Casenelli, Hillary Casteel, Makayla Clegg, Torrye Cline, Leann Cochran, Brandon Collins, Samantha Collins, Adam Cooper, Laken Curtis, Cortney Daugherty, Amanda Dawson, Randall Eastham, Amber Eddy, Daniel Eddy, Jessica Fiber, Carly Fletcher, Brandon Frey, Macy Frey, Kyle Frum, Noah Garrison, Scott Gorby, Daniel Grimm, Darren Heintzman, Aubrey Henderson, Taylor Hess, Richard Hooks, Katie Hoyes, Jason Huffman, Laura Jochum, Brannon Jones, Chelsea Kehrer, Thomas Keller, Sophia Kinnard, Ty Klages, Cole Kocher, Angelica Kyle, Johnathan Lancaster, Darrin LeMasters, Haylea LeMasters, Logann Long, Shandi Long, Kali Mead, Jasmine Moore, Marisha Morris, Bryanna Munoz, Marcus Nichols, Lillian Orr, Martina Parrish, Joshua Pelikan, Sydney Reed, Dylan Reynolds, Asia Richmond, Veronica Rine, Hannah Roberts, Dylan Romine, Allister Seckman, Danielle Seckman, Katlyn Seckman, Lacey Seckman, Lauren Seckman, Martha Shepherd, Lauren Smith, Brooke Snyder, Kayla Snyder, Austin Souders, Carle Stewart, Hope Stewart, Tiffani Stinespring, Thomas Swartz, Kaleb Tanley, Dustin Tawney, Devon Thompson, Allison Wable, Emily Wade, Noah Warner, Amber Watson, Ashley Watson, Brittany Weekley, Daron Weekley, Corey Wells, Hogan Wells, Sydney White, Megan Wilson, Julian Work, Brock Yeater, Sydney Yoho, and Shay Yonaley.
Valley High School: Madison Arnolds, Jessica Ashcraft, Savanna Bates, Bailey Brown, Alisha Carter, Marah Dudgeon, Ashton Hall, Kara Hindman, Troy Hubbard, Hannah Loy, Megan Martin, Amy Mason, Townsend Midcap, Justine Miller, Peyton Palmer, Colton Ring, Trey Smith, Samantha Thomas, Lathe Ueltschy, and Abby Willey.
All schools were asked to submit the names of any student/athletes who fit the following criteria:
*Be in grades 9-12
*Earned a 3.8 or higher on a 4.0 scale for the 2012-2013 school year
*Participated in at least one varsity sport. They did not have to letter, but participate for the season.
Certificates for all the students that qualified will be presented to the athletic directors at a mandatory meeting today at WesBanco Arena by Ohio University Eastern Dean Dr. Richard Greenlee and athletic director E. J. Schodzinski.
OUE sponsors this program, which is now in its eighth year. Students who choose to attend OUE receive a scholarship that pays one-half of their tuition.
The scholarship is renewable for the sophomore year as long as grades are maintained.