Nick Poppe of Colerain is the DI Player of the Year.(Photo: Acknowledgment to Colerain)
Here’s a attending at the 2015 Enquirer Media Winter All Star picks for the aerial academy boys bowling players of the year, coaches of the year and the all-city teams for the Ohio and Kentucky circadian and account editions. Area available, the all-city teams came from the coaches affiliation lists. Many acknowledgment to our sponsor, Tri-Health.
Players of the Year
Division I – Nick Poppe, Colerain: The inferior accomplished area-best 25th at the accompaniment clash afterwards rolling a 576. Averaged 205.2 this season.
Division II – Chris Wilhelm, Roger Bacon: GCL Coed bowler of the year accomplished area-best sixth at the commune clash and 51st at state.
Coaches of the Year
Division I – Debbie Potzner, Colerain: Guided the Cardinals to an area-best seventh-place accomplishment at the accompaniment bowling tournament.
Division II – Chris Miller, Roger Bacon
: GCL Coed drillmaster of the year led the Spartans to a first-place accomplishment at the exclusive clash and a seventh-place accomplishment at the commune tournament.
All Stars – Division I
Bowler of the year: Dillon Meece, Oak Hills
Coach of the year: Debbie Potzner, Colerain
Nick Deaton, Middletown
Eric Kessler, Middletown
Brandon Combs, Oak Hills
Nick Crase, Lebanon
Joey Stevens, Anderson
Danny Reichwein, La Salle
Nolan White, Franklin
Honorable Mention: Sam Bailey, Elder; Nate Bender, Northwest; Brenden Bingham, Princeton; Eric Blessing, La Salle; Darius Butler, Colerain; James Chang, Fairfield; Terry Creech, Fairfield; Dalton Detherage, Hamilton; Brady Dunigan, Glen Este; David Eubanks, Elder; Carter Gehring, Northwest; Evan Haas, Mason; Mitchell Hehn, Anderson; Austin Isbell, Middletown; Jeremy King, Oak Hills; Matt Knebel, La Salle; Chris McPhereson, Mason: Ben Millard, La Salle; Nick Poppe, Colerain; Michael Rinehart,Middletown; Drew Robb, Elder; Corey Short, Edgewood; T.J. Snyder, Moeller; Gavin Vires, Little Mami; Andrew Ward, Colerain; Seth White, Franklin; David Zeedyk, Franklin.
All Stars – Division II
Bowler of the year: Chris Wilhelm, Roger Bacon
Coach of the year: Chris Miller, Roger Bacon
Corey Wilson, Seven Hills
Taylor McIntosh, Roger Bacon
Sam Wiethe, Wyoming
Austin Mobley, Deer Park
Cullen Trentman, Roger Bacon
Jarrett Ball, Reading
Evan Emanuelson, Wyoming
Honorable Mention: Adam Bailey, Taylor; Troy Bosse, Deer Park; Josh Carney, Cincinnati Christian; Aaron Chow, Summit Country Day; Matt Currie, Summit Country Day; Jacob Giuliano, Badin; Josh Harris, Summit Country Day; Ray Hill, Purcell Marian; Wes King, Roger Bacon; Jake Lautman, Seven Hills; Justin Lewis, Cincinnati Christian; Devon Manning, Monroe; Matthew Massie, McNicholas; Shea O’Brien, Purcell Marian; Josh Stiens, Badin; Spencer Strotman, Roger Bacon; Noah Stuard, Badin; Patrick Verbryke, McNicholas.
Community Journal Clermont
Amelia green Nic Huber: He had a 211.7 boilerplate for 11th in area. Formed a 300 bold for additional beeline year.
Glen Este’s Brady Dunigan: He led the Trojans with 203.8 average.
Delhi Press/Price Hill Press
Oak Hills chief Brandon Combs: A first-team All-GMC alternative who had the fourth-highest boilerplate in the appointment at 214.2 a game. He additionally bowled a 300 game, one of two by the Highlanders this season.
Elder chief Drew Robb: Was called first-team All-GCL South and acquaint a 200.2 bold average. He bigger his boilerplate by about 20 pins from his inferior to chief season.
Oak Hills chief Jeremy King: He was first-team All-GMC with a 205.1 bold average. He helped the Highlanders to a 15-1 almanac all-embracing and a second-place accomplishment in the GMC.
Eastern Hills Journal
Seven Hills inferior Corey Wilson: TheDII commune qualifier formed a 547 at districts.
Walnut Hills bowler Cameron Waites: Waites led the Eagles with 198.2 average.
Walnut Hills bowler Brandon Traynum-Davis: He was additional on aggregation at 197.4. ECC aboriginal team.
Purcell Marian’s Ray Hill: led aggregation with 172.9
Forest Hills Journal
Anderson inferior Joey Stevens: Was the team’s top bowler with a 215.1 average. Held the sixth-best boilerplate in the city. Was a DI commune qualifier. Called as the conference’s bowler of the year for drillmaster of the year Jeff Miracle.
Roger Bacon chief Chris Wilhelm: Qualified alone for the Division II accompaniment tournament. He was additionally called the Greater Catholic League Coed Bowler of the Year for the additional beeline year. He led the appointment with a 219.2 bold average.
Roger Bacon green Taylor McIntosh: Was aboriginal aggregation All-GCL Coed forth with Wilhelm and inferior assistant Cullen Trentman. His 192.6 boilerplate ranked fourth all-embracing in the conference.
Loveland’s Chris McDowell: He averaged 173.7 to beforehand aggregation and was a ECC second-team selection.
Milford-Miami Advertiser/Community Journal North Clermont
Milford apprentice Nathan McGeorge: Led the aggregation with a 195.5 average. Was a first-team all-ECC aerialist forth with teammates Josh Brooksbank and Noah Dolezal. Was a commune qualifier.
Northeast Suburban Life
Sycamore’s GeraldoOrellano: He had a 187.6 boilerplate to beforehand team.
Northwest inferior Carter Gehring: Averaged 203.6 for the Southwest Ohio Appointment best Knights. Was a first-team all-SWOC alternative forth with teammates Nate Bender and Nate Grigsby. Formed a 711 alternation at the Colerain sectional, which would accept been affluence to authorize him for the commune meet. However, Northwest was butterfingers by the OHSAA back it self-reported it played added than the best cardinal of approved division matches allowed.
Colerain inferior Nick Poppe: Was the Cardinals’ alone first-team All-GMC selection. He led the Cardinals with a 205.2 bold boilerplate which was angry for 12th in the GMC. Helped Colerain accomplishment fourth at the Division I commune clash which becoming them a atom at the accompaniment accommodated as a team.
Colerain apprentice Darius Butler: Called second-team All-GMC with assistant Andrew Ward. He had the second-highest boilerplate on his aggregation with a 201.9. At the commune tournament, to advice accelerate his aggregation to state, Butler led the Cardinals with a 608 three-game series. Butler was abutting in the accomplishment by teammates Ward, Austin Piotrowski and Donovan Murray in the beforehand to state.
La Salle chief Ben Millard: The GCL South Bowler of the Year, he averaged 210.7 per game, which ranked additional in the conference. He helped La Salle to appointment appellation forth with teammates Danny Reichwein, who led the GCL with a 213.2 average, Matt Knebel and Eric Blessing who were additionally aboriginal aggregation All-GCL.
Moeller’s T.J. Snyder: He led the aggregation with a 205.7 average.
Moeller’s David Schneider: He had a 192 boilerplate and fabricated the DI accompaniment tournament.
Deer Park’s Austin Mobley: He led the aggregation with a 195.9 average.
Wyoming’s Sam Wiethe: Acquaint a 188 boilerplate to beforehand team.
Princeton chief Adam Wagers: A aboriginal aggregation All-GMC alternative who accomplished with a 202.4 bold average. He helped beforehand the Vikings to a fourth-place accomplishment at the Division I exclusive tournament, which becoming the aggregation a atom at districts. He bowled a 492 alternation at the commune tournament.
Princeton chief Brenden Bingham: Was called second-team All-GMC with a team-high 204.5 boilerplate per game. At the exclusive tournament, he had the fourth-highest alternation with a 683 to advice the Vikings beforehand as a aggregation to the commune tournament, area he led his aggregation afresh with a 584 series, alongside chief assistant Andrew Brooks who additionally bowled a 584 at districts.
Western Hills Press
Oak Hills chief Dillon Meece: The GMC Bowler of the Year afterwards arch the appointment with a bold boilerplate of 221.2. Meece bowled a 300 bold this year, one of two Highlanders (Brandon Combs) to achieve that accomplishment this season. Helped the Highlanders to a 15-1 mark in the approved season, but they came a bold abbreviate of acceptable the GMC.
Elder chief David Eubanks: Was a second-team All-GCL South honoree who led the Panthers, and was fourth in the conference, with a 207.6 bold average.
Elder chief Sam Bailey: A first-team All-GCL South alternative with the fifth-best boilerplate in the appointment at 207.4 per game.