Falcons’ 6th-graders continue tradition


For the 4th consecutive year, the Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team won the Southwest Buckeye League championship game. This year, the young Falcons defeated Sterling Heights (Mich.) 8-7 in the Iron Horse tournament in Troy. The win over the squad from Michigan, gives Clinton-Massie’s 6th graders a 43-1 record since they began playing as 3rd graders. There are 21 players and 5 coaches from that original 3rd grade team who are still playing and coaching at the 6th grade level. The Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team, from left to right, front row, cheerleaders Lauren Potts, Alaina Bayless, Hannah Gerard, Emalee Jett, Marie Harner, Isabella Gross, Kailee Hall, Kylee Lamb, Abigail Broglin, Chloe Filipkowski, Alison Brown, Marissa Loveless, Jenna Eichmann, Cheyanne Bare, AnnaBelle Boone and Maggie Rinehart; second row players 24 Chase Liddil, 73 Josiah Daugherty, 12 Reuben Mobley, 40 Ethan Johnson, 72 KJ Robinett, 47 Nathan Smith, 32 Garrett Newkirk, 16 Grant Moorman, 30 Tyler Keck, 15 Carson VanHoose, 18 Blake Ireland, 20 Colton Myers, 55 Jackson Walker, 11 Joey Vance, 46 Braden Rolf, 45 Matt Martin, 80 Bryce Hensley, 8 Brady Lisle; third row, 66 Grant Warden, 67 Luke Elsasser, 51 Travis Scott, 5 Colton Trampler, 1 Carter Euton, 36 Daelin Maple, 60 Lane Schulz, 52 Charley Hale, 10 Kody Zantene, 62 Nate Wildermuth, 54 Garrett Vance, 56 Lex Russell, 84 Dawson Conley, 61 Ethan Wright, 76 Collin Swope, 70 Gavin Avey, 75 Bryant Pinkerton and 64 Kaiden Smith; back row coaches Dan Walker, Jamie Moorman, Dave Maple, head coach Brett Ross, Jeskee Zantene, Brian Conley, Matt Hale and Cole Ross.

For the 4th consecutive year, the Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team won the Southwest Buckeye League championship game. This year, the young Falcons defeated Sterling Heights (Mich.) 8-7 in the Iron Horse tournament in Troy. The win over the squad from Michigan, gives Clinton-Massie’s 6th graders a 43-1 record since they began playing as 3rd graders. There are 21 players and 5 coaches from that original 3rd grade team who are still playing and coaching at the 6th grade level. The Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team, from left to right, front row, cheerleaders Lauren Potts, Alaina Bayless, Hannah Gerard, Emalee Jett, Marie Harner, Isabella Gross, Kailee Hall, Kylee Lamb, Abigail Broglin, Chloe Filipkowski, Alison Brown, Marissa Loveless, Jenna Eichmann, Cheyanne Bare, AnnaBelle Boone and Maggie Rinehart; second row players 24 Chase Liddil, 73 Josiah Daugherty, 12 Reuben Mobley, 40 Ethan Johnson, 72 KJ Robinett, 47 Nathan Smith, 32 Garrett Newkirk, 16 Grant Moorman, 30 Tyler Keck, 15 Carson VanHoose, 18 Blake Ireland, 20 Colton Myers, 55 Jackson Walker, 11 Joey Vance, 46 Braden Rolf, 45 Matt Martin, 80 Bryce Hensley, 8 Brady Lisle; third row, 66 Grant Warden, 67 Luke Elsasser, 51 Travis Scott, 5 Colton Trampler, 1 Carter Euton, 36 Daelin Maple, 60 Lane Schulz, 52 Charley Hale, 10 Kody Zantene, 62 Nate Wildermuth, 54 Garrett Vance, 56 Lex Russell, 84 Dawson Conley, 61 Ethan Wright, 76 Collin Swope, 70 Gavin Avey, 75 Bryant Pinkerton and 64 Kaiden Smith; back row coaches Dan Walker, Jamie Moorman, Dave Maple, head coach Brett Ross, Jeskee Zantene, Brian Conley, Matt Hale and Cole Ross.


For the 4th consecutive year, the Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team won the Southwest Buckeye League championship game. This year, the young Falcons defeated Sterling Heights (Mich.) 8-7 in the Iron Horse tournament in Troy. The win over the squad from Michigan, gives Clinton-Massie’s 6th graders a 43-1 record since they began playing as 3rd graders. There are 21 players and 5 coaches from that original 3rd grade team who are still playing and coaching at the 6th grade level. The Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team, from left to right, front row, cheerleaders Lauren Potts, Alaina Bayless, Hannah Gerard, Emalee Jett, Marie Harner, Isabella Gross, Kailee Hall, Kylee Lamb, Abigail Broglin, Chloe Filipkowski, Alison Brown, Marissa Loveless, Jenna Eichmann, Cheyanne Bare, AnnaBelle Boone and Maggie Rinehart; second row players 24 Chase Liddil, 73 Josiah Daugherty, 12 Reuben Mobley, 40 Ethan Johnson, 72 KJ Robinett, 47 Nathan Smith, 32 Garrett Newkirk, 16 Grant Moorman, 30 Tyler Keck, 15 Carson VanHoose, 18 Blake Ireland, 20 Colton Myers, 55 Jackson Walker, 11 Joey Vance, 46 Braden Rolf, 45 Matt Martin, 80 Bryce Hensley, 8 Brady Lisle; third row, 66 Grant Warden, 67 Luke Elsasser, 51 Travis Scott, 5 Colton Trampler, 1 Carter Euton, 36 Daelin Maple, 60 Lane Schulz, 52 Charley Hale, 10 Kody Zantene, 62 Nate Wildermuth, 54 Garrett Vance, 56 Lex Russell, 84 Dawson Conley, 61 Ethan Wright, 76 Collin Swope, 70 Gavin Avey, 75 Bryant Pinkerton and 64 Kaiden Smith; back row coaches Dan Walker, Jamie Moorman, Dave Maple, head coach Brett Ross, Jeskee Zantene, Brian Conley, Matt Hale and Cole Ross.

For the 4th consecutive year, the Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team won the Southwest Buckeye League championship game. This year, the young Falcons defeated Sterling Heights (Mich.) 8-7 in the Iron Horse tournament in Troy. The win over the squad from Michigan, gives Clinton-Massie’s 6th graders a 43-1 record since they began playing as 3rd graders. There are 21 players and 5 coaches from that original 3rd grade team who are still playing and coaching at the 6th grade level. The Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team, from left to right, front row, cheerleaders Lauren Potts, Alaina Bayless, Hannah Gerard, Emalee Jett, Marie Harner, Isabella Gross, Kailee Hall, Kylee Lamb, Abigail Broglin, Chloe Filipkowski, Alison Brown, Marissa Loveless, Jenna Eichmann, Cheyanne Bare, AnnaBelle Boone and Maggie Rinehart; second row players 24 Chase Liddil, 73 Josiah Daugherty, 12 Reuben Mobley, 40 Ethan Johnson, 72 KJ Robinett, 47 Nathan Smith, 32 Garrett Newkirk, 16 Grant Moorman, 30 Tyler Keck, 15 Carson VanHoose, 18 Blake Ireland, 20 Colton Myers, 55 Jackson Walker, 11 Joey Vance, 46 Braden Rolf, 45 Matt Martin, 80 Bryce Hensley, 8 Brady Lisle; third row, 66 Grant Warden, 67 Luke Elsasser, 51 Travis Scott, 5 Colton Trampler, 1 Carter Euton, 36 Daelin Maple, 60 Lane Schulz, 52 Charley Hale, 10 Kody Zantene, 62 Nate Wildermuth, 54 Garrett Vance, 56 Lex Russell, 84 Dawson Conley, 61 Ethan Wright, 76 Collin Swope, 70 Gavin Avey, 75 Bryant Pinkerton and 64 Kaiden Smith; back row coaches Dan Walker, Jamie Moorman, Dave Maple, head coach Brett Ross, Jeskee Zantene, Brian Conley, Matt Hale and Cole Ross.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/12/web1_2015-Super-Bowl-1.jpgFor the 4th consecutive year, the Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team won the Southwest Buckeye League championship game. This year, the young Falcons defeated Sterling Heights (Mich.) 8-7 in the Iron Horse tournament in Troy. The win over the squad from Michigan, gives Clinton-Massie’s 6th graders a 43-1 record since they began playing as 3rd graders. There are 21 players and 5 coaches from that original 3rd grade team who are still playing and coaching at the 6th grade level. The Clinton-Massie 6th grade football team, from left to right, front row, cheerleaders Lauren Potts, Alaina Bayless, Hannah Gerard, Emalee Jett, Marie Harner, Isabella Gross, Kailee Hall, Kylee Lamb, Abigail Broglin, Chloe Filipkowski, Alison Brown, Marissa Loveless, Jenna Eichmann, Cheyanne Bare, AnnaBelle Boone and Maggie Rinehart; second row players 24 Chase Liddil, 73 Josiah Daugherty, 12 Reuben Mobley, 40 Ethan Johnson, 72 KJ Robinett, 47 Nathan Smith, 32 Garrett Newkirk, 16 Grant Moorman, 30 Tyler Keck, 15 Carson VanHoose, 18 Blake Ireland, 20 Colton Myers, 55 Jackson Walker, 11 Joey Vance, 46 Braden Rolf, 45 Matt Martin, 80 Bryce Hensley, 8 Brady Lisle; third row, 66 Grant Warden, 67 Luke Elsasser, 51 Travis Scott, 5 Colton Trampler, 1 Carter Euton, 36 Daelin Maple, 60 Lane Schulz, 52 Charley Hale, 10 Kody Zantene, 62 Nate Wildermuth, 54 Garrett Vance, 56 Lex Russell, 84 Dawson Conley, 61 Ethan Wright, 76 Collin Swope, 70 Gavin Avey, 75 Bryant Pinkerton and 64 Kaiden Smith; back row coaches Dan Walker, Jamie Moorman, Dave Maple, head coach Brett Ross, Jeskee Zantene, Brian Conley, Matt Hale and Cole Ross.