Athletes of the Week-November 18, 2019

Swimming & Diving 
Justin DeLano
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
Englewood, Ohio/Northmont

DeLano led the ONU to victory over Wittenberg with three first place finishes.

  • 200-yard free relay -1st, 1:30.32
  • 1000-yard free 1-st, 10:37.04
  • 200-yard backstroke 1st-2:09.57

Swimming & Diving 
Shelby Starkey
Ohio Northern
Freshman
Bellefontaine, Ohio/Bellefontaine

Starkey touched first in three events to lead the Polar Bears past Wittenberg

  • 200-yard medley-1st , 1:59.75
  • 500-yard free 1st, 5:44.03
  • 200-yard free 1st, 2:07.07

Wrestling 
Corbin Bunsold
Otterbein
Senior
Richwood, Ohio/North Wood     

Bunsold went undefeated last week with a 7-0 record.  He went 4-0 at the Southeast Duals and then claimed the 184-pound title at the Star City Classic.

Results: Rexx Hallyburton (W&L); 4-1  Sam Karel (Liberty); MD 17-4  Matthew Rohrdanz (Southern Virginia); Fall 1:55  Demontay Wimbush (Ferrum); MD 15-6  Pablo Zanistanavic (Ferrum); Fall 1:32  Ethan Martin (Liberty); 11-7  George Moseley (Averett); 9-2


Basketball 
Ryan Berger
John Carroll
Senior
Guard
Medina, Ohio/St. Ignatius

Berger led the Blue Streaks to wins over Waynesburg and Grove City at the Allegheny College Greg Richards Memorial Classic. Berger averaged 23 points, four rebounds, two assists and 2.5 steals-per-game. Berger shot 17-of-28 (.607) from the field, including 7-of-14 (.500) from three-point range.

Basketball 
Tori Rappach
Mount Union
Senior
Guard
Warren/Howland

Rappach finished the week averaging 22.3 points and 2.7 rebounds-per-game to lead the Purple Raiders to wins over Ohio Wesleyan, Oberlin and Wooster. She shot 22-of-36 (.611) including 17-of-28 from three point range and was six-of-seven from the free throw line. Rappach was named MVP of the Nan Nichols Classic after her performance against Oberlin and Wooster.


Football (Offense)
Brody Hahn
Muskingum
Junior
Quarterback
Louisville, Ohio/Louisville

Hahn led Muskies to a 51-14 win over Capital with 377 total yards and four touchdowns. Hahn went 14-of-24 for 229 yards and two touchdowns, led the team in rushing with 13 carries, 120 yards, and one touchdown and caught a touchdown pass for 24 yards.

Football (Defense) 
Yo-Vonne Roberts
Muskingum
Freshman
Defensive back
Columbus, Ohio/Marion Franklin      

Roberts tallied four tackles and three interceptions in the Muskies win over Capital. His three interception ranks second all-time at Muskingum.

Football (Special Teams) 
Gavin Costello
Muskingum
Sophomore
Kicker
Silver Lake, Ohio/Stow-Munroe Falls

Costello went 3-for-4 on field goals and was a perfect 6-of-6 on extra point attempts in a 51-14 win over Capital to close the season.

 

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