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GCL Co-Ed coaches strive each day to build men and women of excellence. Our coaches not only teach the game, but they teach values, character, and life lessons that will guide our student-athletes for the rest of their lives. We want to honor all our Fall coaches and make special note of GCL Co-Ed coaches who have received awards recognizing their work as coaches, teachers, and leaders. 

Roger Bacon: 

Boys Soccer GCL Co-Ed Central Coach of the Year-Mike Braun

Girls Soccer GCL Co-Ed Central Coach of the Year-Tom Eckart

Girls Volleyball GCL Co-Ed Central & Ohio Division II Volleyball Coach of the Year-Alyssa Flading

Alter: 


Girls’ Golf GCL Co-Ed Coach of the Year-Katie Ellis


Boys’ Golf GCL Co-Ed Coach of the Year-Alex Schuster


Football GCL Co-Ed North Coach of the Year-Ed Domsitz


 Girls’ Tennis GCL Co-Ed Coach of the Year-Charlie Painter

 

Girls’ Soccer GCL Co-Ed North Coach of the Year-Javier Iriart


Volleyball GCL Co-Ed North Coach of the Year-Tina Jasinowski

Carroll:


Boys/Girls Cross Country GCL Co-Ed Coach of the Year-John Agnew


Boys Soccer GCL Co-Ed North Coach of the Year-Scott Molfenter

Badin:


Football GCL Co-Ed Central Coach of the Year-Nick Yordy

On Saturday, October 13, the GCL Co-Ed held our Cross Country Tournament. Congratulations to League Champions, the boys and girls teams from Carroll, and all of our All-League honorees!

Congratulations to Paige Parrish, Female Runner of the Year from Badin, Grant Arnold, Male Runner of the Year from Carroll, and Boys and Girls Coach of Year, John Agnew from Carroll!

Congratulations to our Cross Country League Champions, the Boys and Girls Teams from Carroll High School! Grant Arnold, Kevin Agnew,  Michael Osgood, Zach Merz, Colin Maxwell, Drew Maxwell, and Andrew Connair. (back row, r to l) and Devyn Harvey, Cecilia Leopold, Rhianna Thomas, Sarah Ochs, Trinity Raber, Meghan Schrand, and Avianna Seymour (front row, l to r).

Congratulations to the GCL Co-Ed First Team All-League for Boys Cross Country! Grant Arnold, Kevin Agnew, and Michael Osgood (Carroll), Michael Rand (Badin), Ian Burt (McNicholas), Owen Matthews (Badin), and Drew Maxwell (Carroll). (l to r).

Congratulations to the GCL Co-Ed Second Team All-League for Boys Cross Country! Domonic Seigel (Badin), Charlie Taylor (McNicholas), Andrew Connair (Carroll), Kevin Spade (Badin), Aiden Burt (McNicholas), Ben Chartrand (Fenwick), and Trey Meyers (Chaminade Julienne). (l to r). 


Congratulations to the GCL Co-Ed First Team All-League for Girls Cross Country! Paige Parrish (Badin), Hannah Tebbe (Fenwick), Rhianna Thomas (Carroll), Claire Weaver (CJ), Emma Gehret ( Alter), and Sarah Ochs (Carroll). (l to r).

Congratulations to the GCL Co-Ed Second Team All-League for Girls Cross Country! Cecilia Leopold (Carroll), Maria Weyer (Alter), Jiana Hellmann (Fenwick), Amber Peaslee (CJ), Trinity Raber(Carroll), and Meghan Schrand (Carroll). (l to r).

Roger Bacon Girls Volleyball team finished their regular season undefeated (22-0, 10-0 GCL Co-ed) on Tuesday, October, 9 with a win over Badin High school. It is the second undefeated season for the Lady Spartans and first since 2005 according to Roger Bacon’s athletic page

“I am so proud of how these girls were able to rise to the challenge this season. We set goals at the beginning of the year and were able to achieve (some) of those and others along the way. We still have a lot to do to achieve all of our goals but their work ethic and their ability to stay calm and focus in tough situations say a lot about how this team has had such a successful season so far,” Head Coach Alyssa Flading said.

The Lady Spartans will look to capitalize on their historic season as the number one seed in the Southwest Division II Volleyball sectional. Roger Bacon will face the winner of the Norwood/Shroder game on Saturday, October 20. 

The Alter Golden Knights took home their first Southwest District title since 2010. The Golden Knights, led by individual champ and League Player Of the Year Nick Kreusch, 19', shot a combined score of 315. The Knights will play for an opportunity at the state title October 12-13 at Ohio State University. 


On Wednesday Alter's golf team earned their second straight Division II title. Led by GCL Co-Ed Player of the Year Nick Kreusch, the Knights compiled a total score of 305. Kreusch had the lowest score of his team, shooting a 75. The Knights next step is to go after the district title.