CHILLICOTHE – Chillicothe athletes fared well when the league’s coaches met over the weekend to select their All-SCOL teams for fall sports.
In volleyball, three Cavaliers were among the 11 players selected as All-SCOL first-teamers. Junior outside hitter Ashley Coats, senior middle hitter Jenna Holton and senior setter Anna DeGarmo earned the first-team honors for the Cavaliers, who finished second in the SCOL with a 12-2 conference mark before falling to Waverly in their tournament opener. Chillicothe’s only two SCOL losses came against league champion Washington Court House, which placed four players on the first team. The two schools were the only ones to have multiple players on the first team.
Chillicothe junior outside hitter Lauren Price was one of eight players named to the All-SCOL second team.
In football, Chillicothe, which finished in a tie for second at 5-2 with Wilmington, had five first-team selections. Quarterback Caleb Price, who had a 55.3 percent completion percentage for 1,679 yards, 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions, was named to the first team, as was running back Nate Rosenbauer, who ran for 1,128 yards, or 6.6 yards per carry, and scored 14 times. Rosenbauer also had 196 receiving yards and two touchdowns, leading the team in scoring with 96 total points.
Also making the first team were strong safety Steve Bayless, linebacker Devis Zehner and lineman Austin Mathis.
Earning second-team honors were Quintin Davidson, who had seven interceptions on the year for 130 return yards along with 22 catches on offense for 462 yards and six touchdowns, and receiver DJ Vinson, who averaged 25.6 yards per catch and scored six times.
In boys soccer, Chillicothe had four first-team selections for a squad that went 12-0 in SCOL play to win the conference. Nick Whalen, Frankie Whalen, Jason Johanson and Hudson Ward were first-teamers, while Joel DeGarmo earned a second-team selection.
On the girls side, Payten Davis, Lexi Brown and Teyanna Thompson made the first team on a squad that went 8-2-2 in the SCOL for a second-place tie with Wilmington. Joey Whalen was named to the second team.
In cross country, first-team honors went to Donavan Lowe and Brandon Mingus-Harris. In golf, Payne Wissler was a second-team selection. Tennis all-SCOL honors were listed in Tuesday’s Gazette.
First team honorees will take part in an SCOL fall sports banquet on Nov. 13.