CHILLICOTHE – After finishing the regular season at 7-3 before a Week 11 loss to Columbus DeSales, Chillicothe had eight different athletes receive all-conference honors for their high level of play in 2015.
The South Central Ohio League released its all-conference selections early last week.
Leading the way for the Cavaliers was senior running back Nate Rosenbauer who led the team in rushing yards (1,394), carries (172) and touchdowns (21). Rosenbauer was honored with a first team all-conference selection.
Joining Rosenbauer with first team selections were seniors Jakob Staggs (RB/LB), Leo Woods (OL/DL), Isaac Bocook (OL/DL) and Kristian Boltenhouse (WR/DB).
Staggs recorded a team high 99 tackles — 19 for loss — and added eight sacks during his campaign while Boltenhouse caught 20 passes for 455 yards and five scores. Woods and Bocook were anchors on the offensive line and combined for 101 tackles and four sacks on the defensive side of the ball.
Receiving second team all-conference honors were seniors Tristan Penn (WR/DB) and Quintin Davidson (WR/DB) as well as junior Khaleel Danzy (WR/DB).
Davidson scored 10 touchdowns — seven receiving and three on special teams — while Penn and Danzy were stellar defensive players. Penn finished the year with 87 tackles while Danzy led the team in interceptions (7) and pass break-ups (7).
The rest of the all-conference selections are as follows:
First Team All-SCOL: Nate Rosenbauer, Jakob Staggs, Leo Woods, Kristian Boltenhouse and Isaac Bocook (Chillicothe); Davey Tunon, Hunter Fentress, Jake Garrison, Tommy Williams, Bryce Boyd, Trey Utrecht, J.P. Cantrell and Jackson Grigsby (Clinton-Massie); Matt Creditt, Dylan Beaugard, Conner Barton, Briton Kessler and Brady McCune (Wilmington); Trevor Hicks, Aaron Greer and Kyle Garrett (Washington); Larry Jackson and Matthew Hottinger (Miami Trace); Alex Hollar and Brandon Nebbergall (McClain); Ryan Hagan and Heith Brown (Hillsboro); Brian Barnes (East Clinton)
Second Team All-SCOL: Tristan Penn, Quintin Davidson and Khaleel Danzy (Chillicothe); Wyatt Jefferson (Clinton-Massie); Brad Keller and Zane Stevens (Wilmington); Timmy Robinson and Chad Moore (Washington); Baley Allen and Will Phillips (Miami Trace); Tristan Pitzer and Randall Mischal (McClain); Hunter Chain and Lane Hester (Hillsboro); D.J .Luttrell, Austin Hanners and J.T. McCarren (East Clinton)