CHILLICOTHE – The Associated Press released all-Ohio football lists for Division III and Division IV Tuesday night and 11 area names were included.
Chillicothe senior Nate Rosenbauer topped the list and was an offensive juggernaut for the Cavaliers all season long.
For those efforts, Rosenbauer was named Division III second team all-Ohio this past week after gaining 1,394 yards on 172 carries — an average of 8.1 yards per touch. Rosenbauer also added in 148 receiving yards, 162 passing yards and 22 total touchdowns.
Also gaining recognition in Division III was Chillicothe seniors Kristian Boltenhouse (WR), Quintin Davidson (WR/DB), Isaac Bocook (OL/DL), Jakob Staggs (RB/LB) and junior Khaleel Danzy (DB).
All were named Division III all-Ohio special mention.
Davidson led the receiving corps with 470 yards while scoring a total of 10 times as Boltenhouse gained 455 yards through the air and scored six times. Bocook made 73 tackles and added three sacks while Staggs led the team with 99 tackles and added eight sacks. Danzy picked off seven passes and broke up seven more.
In Division IV, five area names were included on the special mention list. Unioto’s Erique Hosley (Sr, WR), Clay Edler (Jr, QB) and Austin Houser (Sr, OL/DL) made the cut while Waverly’s Cade Marquez (Jr, WR/DB) and Drew Harris (Jr, RB) joined them.
Hosley did a little bit of everything, scoring 16 touchdowns, rushing for 597 yards and receiving 317 more. His quarterback, Edler, completed 76-of-142 passes for 934 yards and 10 scores while rushing for 271 yards and three trips to the house. Houser was once again a force up front, tallying 64 tackles and eight sacks.
Marquez led the area in interceptions with eight while also catching 31 passes for 477 yards and five touchdowns on the offensive side. Harris finished his junior campaign with 966 yards rushing on 187 attempts — 5.2 YPC — alongside seven touchdowns.