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WELCOME Dear Centerville Athletic Booster Club Supporters,

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Thank you for your generous support of Centerville Athletics and we sincerely appreciate it! The supporters of Centerville athletics helped rise over $40,000 for our student athletes.

Alex Moorman wins state golf meet.......4 Busch and Dist. Med win titles at state....5-6 Volleyball wins first SCC title since ‘78...7 Cross Country sweeps SCC titles.........8 Boys track consecutive SCC champs...9 Big Reds earn basketball dist. crown..10 Football...............................................11 Volleyball..............................................12 Cross Country.....................................14 Boys Basketball...................................16 Girls Basketball....................................18 Wrestling.............................................20 Cheerleading.......................................21 Boys Tennis.........................................22 Girls Tennis..........................................24 Boys Soccer........................................26 Girls Soccer.........................................28 Boys Track..........................................30 Girls Track............................................32 Boys Golf.............................................33 Girls Golf..............................................34 Baseball..............................................35 Softball................................................36 Band...................................................37 Photos...........................................38-47

During the 2011-2012 school years the Booster club funds helped provides: — Construction of new concession stand committing $18,000 — Baseball jerseys for varsity — Windbreakers for Boys golf team — Nike golf bags for Girls golf team — Softball supplies and equipment — Scrimmage vest for Boys soccer and equipment — Tops for Girls tennis team — Junior High football jerseys for 7th and 8th grade — Square basketball hoops for Lakeview gymnasium — Provided Sports posters — Conference Championship shirts — Shoes for athletes in need Totaling over $30,000 to help Centerville athletes and athletic facilities! This upcoming year the Centerville Athletic Booster Club is looking forward to finishing the new concession stand and restrooms at Paul Johnson Field. With the expansion of the concession stand we will be able to serve the fans more efficiently and with a better variety of food choices. With any donation you become a member of the Centerville Athletic Booster Club, and are invited to attend our monthly meetings to add your input in the decision making process. Meetings are scheduled for the first Wednesday of the month at 7 a.m. at Trophies. This year’s media guide contains 64 pages and is designed and published by the Daily Iowegian in Centerville. This guide contains preview and recap articles for every sport as well as coverage recapping the 2011-12 seasons as the Big Reds and Redettes brought home three state titles, one district crown and four South Central Conference championships. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Rob Busch, Athletic Director, at 856-0812, Vicki Hoffman at 895-0771 or Rick Kauzlarich 895-0586. Thank you for your continued support of Centerville Athletics. Sincerely, Rick Kauzlarich, President and Cindee White, Treasurer

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ALEX MOORMAN WINS STATE GOLF TITLE By Kyle Ocker The Daily Iowegian

Freshman Alex Moorman battled through the wind of over 20 miles per hour Saturday to claim the Class 3-A individual boys golf state championship. By his standards, Moorman struggled with his irons, landing in the bunkers twice on the second day of the tournament. However, he was able to work his way out of enough situations — and sink enough eight-plus foot, edge-of-your-seat, puts — to become just the third golfer to win the individual title from Centerville. The last was Jim Carney, brother of current head golf coach Mike Carney, in 1964. Before Jim, the last and only other Centerville golfer to claim the state-wide crown was Chase Fannon in 1937. Moorman finished the tournament at plus-5, three strokes ahead of a two-way tie for second between Decorah’s Nick Nelson and Pella’s Lucas Boyd. Decorah’s Maynard Newhouse finished the tournament fourth at nine over par. Creston’s Carson Whittington was the fifth place finisher at plus-11. Rounding out the top-seven medalists were Fairfield’s Davis Lowenberg and Clear Lake’s Luke Monson. The Iowa High School Athletic Association lacks a listing of individual winners and their grades. However, the Iowegian has confirmed the grades of winners from 1999 to the present and no freshman golfers had won the Class 3-A title in that span. While no one from the association is certain of the last time it has happened, it is believed to have only happened “four or five times” since the IAHSAA has sponsored state golf tournaments, starting in 1928, according to the association. To start the tournament on a Friday, May 25, a day plagued by rain showers, Moorman finished the back nine two over par. He

double-bogeyed hole 16, but would escape tragedy by paring the other eight holes on the back end of the course. Moorman birdied hole one to start his first trip down the front side for the tournament. However, a bogey on hole two would erase his advantage. Moorman would par his way back into the clubhouse, finishing the second nine even with par. On Saturday, May 26, Moorman opened his round with five straight pars. After picking up a birdie on hole 15, Moorman closed out the back nine with two pars and a bogey to take a twoover-par score through the turn. He opened the front nine with a par on hole one, but would bogey hole two. Following that effort, Moorman pared five out of the next seven holes. He picked up bogeys on holes seven and nine to turn in a score of plus-3 for his second round of 18 holes on the tournament, moving himself to five-over par in the state tournament. Class 3-A State Golf Results at Ames Golf and Country Club, Ames, IA May 25-26, 2012 PAR 142 (36 holes) Team scores — 1, Decorah 616; 2, Clear Lake 650; 3, Humboldt 653; 4, Harlan 659; 5, Pella 662; 6, Washington 664; 7, Williamsburg 666; 8, Fairfield 676; 9, Carroll 682; 10, Iowa Falls-Alden 713. Individual results — 1, Alex Moorman (Centerville) 73-74— 147; T2, Nick Nelson (Decorah) 77-73—150; T2, Lucas Boyd (Pella) 77-73—150; 4, Maynard Newhouse (Decorah 74-77— 151; 5, Carson Whittington (Creston) 76-76—152; 6, Davis Lowenberg (Fairfield) 76-78— 152; 7, Luke Monson (Clear Lake) 79-76—155; 8, Alex Thode (Washington) 78-78 156; T9, Michael Peter (Decorah) 7879—157; T9, Tim Taylor (Iowa Falls-Alden) 78-79—157.

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BUSCH AND DIST. MED. WIN TITLES AT STATE

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Payton Busch. By Kyle Ocker The Daily Iowegian

DES MOINES — Payton Busch had a great weekend at the 2012 Iowa State High School Track Meet. After anchoring the state champion Class 3A distance medley team, Busch took the win in the 800 meter run on Saturday, May 19 for his second gold medal of the weekend. Busch won the title by a dominating 2.5 second margin over Jay Wolfe of Decorah. Breaking a 1997 record in the process, the Centerville Big Reds distance medley team took first in Class 3A competition at the Iowa High School Co-Ed State Track Meet at Drake Stadium. The team of then freshman Graydon Schmidt, junior Logan Brown, senior Jamey Foster and junior Payton Busch took the win

with a time of 3:30.33, good enough to earn a win by six-tenths of a second over second place finishing Decorah. The time recorded at the meet also bested the old school record by 1.67 seconds. The old record was held by the team of Jerod Torrey, Alex Jones, Dwight Ousley and Peter Hollatz of 3:32. Prior to starting as the third runner in the distance medley relay, J. Foster finished fourth in the 400 meter hurdles race with a time of 54.49 seconds. Ft. Madison Raheem Black won the event with a lap of 53.21 seconds. The Redettes’ Meaghan Foster took second in the girls shot put event. M. Foster record a throw of 41’ 9.25”. Ft. Madison’s Amanda Houston won the event with a throw of 42’ 9”.

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Jamey Foster (left) runs against Ft. Madison’s Raheem Black (right) at the state track meet.

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STATE TRACK MEET [CONT’D] The Redettes’ distance medley team took 23rd with a time of 4:32.07. Centerville’s Addison Kepner finished Saturday’s Class 3A girls 800 meter run with a time of 5:16.36. J. Foster recorded a sixth place finish in the 400 meter dash with a time of 49.66. M. Foster finished 12th in the girls' discus with a throw of 11609. Breanna Boyle finished 20th for the Redettes in the 100 meter dash with a time of 13.78 seconds. Centerville's girls 4x800 meter relay team (Katie Busch, Bailey Witt, Cassidy Schacher and Kepner) finished 17th with a time of 10:13.02.

Photo by Michele Busch

Graydon Schmidt

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Logan Brown

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Katie Busch, Bailey Witt, Grady Carson and Rob Busch cheer on Centerville competitors at the state track meet.

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Cassidy Schacher.

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Bailey Witt.

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Addison Kepner.

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Katie Busch.

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Breanna Boyle.

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Meaghan Foster (at Drake Relays)


VOLLEYBALL WINS FIRST SCC TITLE SINCE ‘78

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The Centerville Redettes volleyball team celebrate their conference victory October 2011. By Kyle Ocker The Daily Iowegian

OSCEOLA — The Centerville Redettes clinched a share of the South Central Conference title Tuesday night after beating the Clarke Indians 3-1. Centerville finishes the conference season in a three-way tie with Davis County and EddyvilleBlakesburg, all with 4-1 conference records. It’s the first conference title for a Centerville volleyball team since 1978. "Last night was such a great night for our kids,” Centerville head coach Tom Hill said. “It was a very humbling experience for me to see a group of kids work as hard as they have and see them succeed. This is

a special group of kids that I am honored to coach." The Redettes won match one 25-19. Clarke won the second match 25-23, but the Redettes would go on a roll and win 25-20 and 25-11 in matches three and four, respectively, to take the game win. Katie Appler had 14 kills to lead the team in the category. Jessica Demry led in assists with 29. Olivia Starcevich had 11 digs. Evers and Starcevich led the team from behind the serving line. Evers was 13-13 and Starcevich was 20-20. Appler and Starcevich were team leaders with their five aces each. The Centerville Redettes also

won the 22nd Annual Redette Tournament last year, going 5-0 to capture their first tournament win of the season. “It’s always great to be able to win your home tournament,” Centerville head coach Tom Hill said after his team’s win. “We beat some pretty good teams and it was really neat to see our kids do that.” “Overall today I thought we were very focused,” Hill continued. “It was a good team tournament for us.” The Redettes started off the tournament in Pool 1, beating Moravia 21-7, 21-11; Kirksville 21-16, 22-24, 15-10 and Melcher-Dallas 21-16, 21-18 to enter the playoff’s as the first seed from Pool 1.

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Davis County also ended their pool play perfect, beating Seymour 21-5, 21-1; Fairfield 21-18, 21-17 and MoultonUdell 21-5, 21-5 and would enter the playoff’s as the first seed from Pool 2. Centerville defeated Fairfield 25-11, 23-25, 15-12 in the first game of playoffs to advance to the finals. Davis County knocked off Kirksville 25-23, 25-10 to set up the CentervilleDavis County matchup. The finals match went two games, both featuring tight finishes between the Mustangs and Redettes. Centerville, however, took both of those games, winning the first game 25-21 and the second game in overtime, 26-24.


CROSS COUNTRY SWEEPS SCC TITLES

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The boys and girls cross country teams pose for a group photo following their sweep of the South Central Conference Cross Country championships. By Kyle Ocker The Daily Iowegian

OSCEOLA — For the second straight year the Centerville Big Reds are South Central Conference cross country champions. For the 11th time in school history, and the second time since 1990, the Redettes are South Central Conference champs. Tuesday was a historic day for the Centerville cross country programs, as they both earned cross country titles at the SCC meet in

Osceola. It’s just the second time both teams have swept the titles in the same year in Centerville’s cross country history, with the only other time being 1988. “It was incredible watching our kids stay focused and run so well,” Centerville head coach Matt Kruzich said. “They all deserved to be called conference champions and I’m sure it was a night they will never forget.” The Redettes beat Davis County by five points to take their

conference title. Cassidy Schacher and Bailey Witt finished fourth and fifth respectively in the meet and led the way for the girls squad. Schacher ran a pace of 15:36.3 and Witt ran a time of 15:38. Addie Kepner finished eighth and Avery Schmidt finished ninth and rounded out the four Redettes who would earn all-conference nods, given to the meet’s top-12 finishers. Katie Busch finished 13th and rounded out the top five runners

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for the Redettes. The Big Reds would edge Albia by 13 points in their portion of the conference meet. Ben Grothe would take second place with a time of 18:22.3. Tyler Walker finished fifth for the Big Reds while Logan O’Hair finished eighth and Nick McCann finished 12th to earn all-conference nods for the boys. Derry Long finished 13th and rounded out the top five runners for the Big Reds.


BIG REDS REPEAT AS SCC TRACK CHAMPIONS By Kyle Ocker The Daily Iowegian

The Centerville Big Reds won almost half of the events en route to their second straight South Central Conference track title on Thursday. It’s the fifth time the Big Reds have won the title since 2003. Despite damp and humid weather conditions, mixed in with some sporadic showers, Center-

ville claimed a 27-point winning margin over runner-up Davis County after their eight wins and six second place finishes. The Big Reds also managed to break two SCC meet records. Jamey Foster finished first with a time of 49.175 seconds in the 200 meter dash, breaking the 2004 record of 50 seconds set by Centerville’s Brad Bond. Payton Busch broke the 1,600 meter

record in his win. The former record was set by his teammate Ben Grothe in 2011 of 4:51. Foster also picked up wins in the 100 meter dash and 400 meter dash. He was second in the 400 meter low hurdles. Busch picked up a win in the 3,200 meter run, as he and teammate Grothe finished first and second, respectively, in the event to pick up 18 points.

Busch was also victorious in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:01.887. “I’ve never seen two people dominate a big meet like that and both under really hard conditions.” Centerville head track coach Jim McCord said of Foster’s and Busch’s performances. “Besides those two, we had everyone else rise up to the occasion.”

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The Big Reds track team poses for a photo after winning the conference track title.

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BIG REDS EARN BASKETBALL DISTRICT CROWN

Garrett Faris fights with a Fairfield player for possession during Centerville’s first district game. By Kyle Ocker The Daily Iowegian

The Centerville Big Reds beat the Oskaloosa Indians 57-53 to win the district title. Jake Hawkins had 29 points in the game, while Mike Starcevich put up 10 and Logan Dabney finished the night with nine points and 11 rebounds. Centerville led Oskaloosa by as much as 12 points. Oskaloosa cut the Big Reds' lead down to just three points with under ten seconds left. However, the Indians would foul Hawkins, who would make one free throw, and put the game away. Centerville opened the postseason with Fairfield, winning 64-37. Hawkins and Dabney combined for 37

points in the effort. Centerville would lose to Mount Pleasant to end their journey to the state tournament one game short. Centerville lost 72-40 to Mt. Pleasant, a team that would eventually enter the state tournament as a No. 3 seed and win the 3-A championship crown with a 66-62 double overtime win over Epworth, Western Dubuque. “We knew coming in that we had to handle their defensive pressure,” said Centerville coach Matt Kruzich. “They hurt us early with a couple of steals off the press. “Their interior passing was really good. They were catching our weak side guy out of position.”

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Jake Hawkins shakes the hands of coaches after following out of what would be his final game in his senior season against Mt. Pleasant.

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2012 BIG REDS FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 08/24 @Davis County 08/31 Albia 09/07 @Keokuk 09/14 @Williamsburg 09/21 Mount Pleasant 09/28 @Fort Madison 10/05 Carlisle 10/12 Fairfield 10/19 @Washington

PREVIEW

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The Big Reds celebrate after regaining the Battle of Highway 5 trophy against Albia last season.

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Riley Deny (right) tackles a Pella player last season. Denny is one of five defensive starts returning.

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The 2012 Big Red Football Team has been working hard to prepare for the upcoming season. Michael Starcevich returns as the starting quarterback, but the offensive line will have to be rebuilt due to the graduation of the senior class. The defensive unit will have a number of returning starters with Houston Moore, Riley Denny, Gabe Cowan, Levi Sebolt and David Sheets providing leadership. Brent Jackson is the only special team member who will be returning. There were a number of players that received valuable playing experience last year and who will be counted on this year. The season will start off with the traditional non-district opponents Davis County and Albia before heading off to District play. The District has been re-aligned with Pella, Oskaloosa and Chariton dropping out. Districts this year are made up of 7 teams instead of 8. The new teams added this year will be Williamsburg and Washington. If you like to travel well this is the year to follow the Big Reds. We will be playing at Keokuk, Williamsburg, Ft Madison and Washington this year in the District. The players and coaches appreciates the support we receive from the community and we look forward to an exciting season of Big Red Football. — Head Football coach Chuck Evans


2012 REDETTES VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 8/25 @Grinnell Tiger Invitational 8/28 Moulton-Udell 8/30 @Moravia 9/4 @Eddyville-Blakesburg 9/6 @Ottumwa 9/8 @Notre Dame, Burlington 9/11 @Davis County, Bloomfield 9/15 @Ottumwa Tournament 9/18 Albia 9/25 @Chariton 10/1 Kirksville 10/6 @Oskaloosa Tournament 10/9 Clarke, Osceola 10/11Pella

PREVIEW

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Jessica Demry (1) attempts to block a ball from an Eddyville-Blakesburg Rockets player.

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Makenna Pershy spikes a ball against Moulton-Udell last season.

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After a successful 2011 season, where the Centerville Redette volleyball team won a share of the South Central Conference championship for the first time since 1978, the Redettes have high expectations again for the 2012 season. The Redettes finished the season last year with a record of 20-13 overall (4-1 conference) and won a first round regional game for the third year in a row. The Redettes return senior first-team all-conference setter Jessica Demry and senior second-team all-conference outside hitter Makenna Pershy as the cornerstones for another run at the conference championship. We know that we have big shoes to fill with our graduations from last year, but we have a great group of kids coming in this year to step into those roles. We are going to give a number of kids chances to fill these roles, but we feel confident that we can have another successful season with the talent we have in our program. Returning letter winners for the 2012 season: Jessica Demry, Shelby Royer, Lauren Craver, Mallory Craver, Makenna Pershy, Makenzie Richmond, Lynsey Winkel, Kaitlyn Moore, Maddison Lange, Sammi Cowan and Kiley Micetich. — Head volleyball coach Tom Hill


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2012-13 CHS CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE

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8/30 @Wayne, Corydon 9/6 @Lake Fisher (Davis County) 9/11 @Oskaloosa 9/17 @Albia 9/20 @PCM Invite (Monroe) 9/25 @Knoxville Invitational 10/2 Big Red/Redette Invitational 10/8 @Chariton (SCC Champs) 10/11@Chariton Invitational

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Derry Long.

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Cassidy Schacher.

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Payton Busch (left) and Ben Grothe (right) run first and third in Albia last season.

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The 2012 Cross Country Teams have some big shoes to fill if they want to top last season's accomplishments. Winning the conference in both girls and boys and getting edged out of a trip to state in both categories can be lofty expectations but the team is ready to build on the past success. Many top runners return to both squads and the addition of assistant coach Lauren Jones should also be a great asset to the program. I think we lost some great leaders from last year's teams but I think the younger runners have learned a great deal about what it takes to be successful. Lauren has kept the girls on track in the off season and I look for some great performances from Sophomores Cassidy Schacher, Bailey Witt, and Katie Busch. These three ran well last season and will be counted on for team leadership and a strong work ethic. Hanna Sheston, Katie Sharp, Sydney Dommer and newcomer Stephanie Grenko will be counted on to round out team scoring. Any of these girls have the talent to step up and help us out. Past state participant Payton Busch will lead the way for the boy's squad which is loaded with veteran runners including Seniors Ben Grothe, Garett Owens, Neal Caylor, Zach Bogle, Logan Dabney, B.J. Gavigan and Derry Long. Juniors Nic McCann and Matt Wells could also make some noise in our team scoring but it's definitely a plus to have this many runners with experience. It should be a fun, competitive year for the program so come out and support the teams and Go Big Reds! — Head Cross Country coach Matt Kruzich


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2012-13 BIG REDS BASKETBALL PREVIEW

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Logan Dabney (21) reaches for a rebound in a game against Albia last season.

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From left to right: Payton Busch, Kolton Gonnerman and Michael Starcevich in action last season.

The boy's basketball team will be looking to build on what they have accomplished the past couple of seasons in which they compiled 35 wins along with both a conference title and a district championship. Payton Busch and Logan Dabney, both all conference selections in 2012, will lead an aggressive fast paced squad that has many talented veterans. I think we will be one of the tougher teams in the area since we have a lot of experience and we have a strong combination of talent at both ends of the floor. Our defense will be aggressive and we have many players that can produce offensively. I think Kolton Gonnerman and Mike Starcevich are ready to expand their games from last year and Garrett Faris,Levi Sebolt and Ben Grothe will give us some added depth. I also think we will have a solid bench which will help us to improve daily in practice and be there if the need arises at gametime. We have put a lot of time in the gym in the offseason and I look forward to having a great experience with this group. They are not just great players but great people to be around so I think the season will be filled with fun and excitement! — Head Boys Basketball coach Matt Kruzich

SCHEDULE 11/26@Fort Madison 12/4 Putnam County 12/7 Davis County 12/10@Knoxville 12/13Eddyville-Blakesburg 12/15@Newton

12/18Moravia 12/20Clarke, Osceola 1/4 @Chariton 1/8 @Mount Pleasant 1/11 @Albia 1/15 Fairfield

1/18 1/19 1/22 1/25 1/18 2/1

@Davis County Kirksville Moulton-Udell @Eddyville-Blakesburg Oskaloosa Chariton

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2/5 Albia 2/8 @Clarke, Osceola 2/12 @Pella


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2012-13 REDETTES BASKETBALL PREVIEW

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Avery Schmidt (15).

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Jessica Demry.

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Makenna Pershy (32).

SCHEDULE 11/20Oskaloosa 11/26@Fort Madison 11/29@Clarke, Osceola 11/30@Putnam County Tourney 12/4 Putnam County 12/7 Davis County 12/10@Knoxville 12/13@Eddyville-Blakesburg 12/15@Newton 12/18Moravia 12/20Clarke, Osceola

1/4 1/7 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/5

Chariton Fort Madison @Albia @Mount Pleasant @Davis County Moulton-Udell Eddyville-Blakesburg @Fairfield @Chariton Albia

We ended last season with a loss in the second round of regional play to a very good Bondurant-Farrar team that ended up in the state tournament. Despite the loss, it was another very successful season finishing with an overall record of 167 and 8-2 in the South Central Conference, a second place finish behind Clarke. Senior Katie Appler was selected on the Academic All-State team. We also had 11 of our varsity athletes selected to the Academic All-Conference team: Katie Appler, Olivia Starcevich, Avery Schmidt, Mallory Oden, Delaney Evers, Kylie Howington, Jessica Demry, Breanna Boyle, Shelby Royer, Maddie Lange, and Kiley Micetich. Senior Olivia Starcevich was a third team all-state selection by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association. She was also an all-district selection. Four players received All-Conference recognition: Seniors Olivia Starcevich and Mallory Oden were selected on the first team and seniors Avery Schmidt and Delaney Evers were selected on the second team. Of our 10 letter winners from last season, six of them have been lost to graduation: Olivia Starcevich, Avery Schmidt, Mallory Oden, Katie Appler, Delaney Evers and Brianna Poolman. We do return four letter winners: senior Jessica Demry, senior Makenna Pershy, senior Makenzie Richmond and Junior Maddie Lange. We also return senior Shelby Royer and Junior Kiley Micetich to the varsity roster and will be adding sophomore Katie Busch, sophomore Cassidy Schacher and a few others to the varsity roster. Losing 6 seniors to graduation means that we have lost a lot of court experience and we will be looking to reload this year with a lot of new faces. We will be giving our offense and defense a complete overhaul this year to adapt to the talents of the athletes that we have. We will be a fast paced team on both ends of the floor, which will make us a fun team to watch. I hope to see you at Lakeview Gymnasium this winter.

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— Head girls basketball coach Nic Belloma


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2012-13 BIG REDS WRESTLING PREVIEW

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Tanner Cowan (right).

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Bradley Irwin (top).

The 2011-2012 Centerville Wrestling Team graduated four seniors. Erik Repasz, Tyler Walker, Richard England, and Kent Hall. During the season the team competed in 7 regular season tournaments. Highlights from the tournaments were Riley Denny’s 1st place finish at the New London Invitational, Tanner Cowan’s tournament championships at Kirksville and Lee’s Summit, as well as Garett Owens, Erik Repasz Richard England, and Riley Denny winning sectional titles. Richard England, Riley Denny, and Erik Repasz were all district champions. The Big Reds had one state placewinner. Riley Denny place 8th at 195 pounds. The Big Reds took 4th in the SCC finishing behind Albia, Davis County, and Eddyville Blakesburg. Squad returns 10 Varsity letter winners. Included in that group of guys are last seasons state qualifiers Sr. Garett Owens (106) and Sr. Riley Denny (195) who was 8th in last years class 2A. Returning with them will also be Sr. Tanner Cowan who is a two time state qualifier, placing 4th in class 2A at 112 pounds in 2011. Big Reds hope to build off of the end of last years season and look for promising help from several incoming freshman.

SCHEDULE 11/29 12/1 12/4 12/7

@Bloomfield (Fairf i e l d / D a v i s County/Keokuk) @New London Invitational Davis County/Wayne @Kirksville Invitational

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1/19 1/22 1/26

@Urbandale (Ed Wringer Classic) @Fort Madison (Kirksville/Ft. Madison) @Fairfield (Southern Iowa Classic)


2012-13 CHS CHEERLEADING

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The basketball cheerleading squad last season.

The CHS Cheerleaders will be counting on their four senior cheerleaders for leadership this year. Seniors Megan Allen, Lei Alena Dagat, Skyler Drake and Breanna Duffey all bring experience to the CHS squad. We are also lucky to have several other talented returning varsity cheerleaders including Marissa Hunt, Jin Wymer, Ally Ferguson, Skyler Lawson, Katie Bratz and Emily Steinbach. The new faces of CHS Cheerleading will be Morgan Schmell, Alexis Johnson, Mariah Clawson and Taylor Hendricks. Finally, our JV Football Squad consists of seven first time cheerleaders: Jessica Allen, Kimmie Butler, Jenny Foglesong, Trysten Graham, Sarah Owens, Annie Shondel and Emily Wray. As always, we will begin our work on Homecoming festivities from day one of practice (which began Aug. 2). We are looking forward to a fun and exciting year not only during football season but into basketball and wrestling seasons as well. We greatly appreciate all of the support we get from parents, team members, coaches, teachers and the community. Good luck to all the Big Reds and Redettes during the 2012-13 sports season. — Head Cheer Coach Shawna McCarthy Assistant Football/Basketball: Sheree Lange Wrestling: Marsha Whisler

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The wrestling cheerleading squad during the state wrestling meet last season.

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Football cheerleaders on the sidelines of a football game.

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Marissa Hunt cheers during a football game.

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2013 BIG REDS TENNIS SCHEDULE 3/28 4/2 4/4 4/9 4/11 4/16 4/25 4/26 4/30 5/6

Chariton @Mount Pleasant @Clarke, Osceola Albia Clarke, Osceola @Albia @Chariton Kirksville Davis County @SCC Tourn. (Knoxville)

PREVIEW

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Eli Shott.

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David Sheets.

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The 2012-13 Big Red Tennis team will return five of six starters from a rebuilding season in 2011-12. The Number one Varsity player, Mike Runyan, will lead the team in what hopes to be a big season. Runyan returns his Junior year as the Singles SCC Champion. Seniors David Sheets and Zack Bogle both look to battle for the top spots on the team as well. Both Seniors had success in doubles play and Sheets had a team best 5-4 record at the #2 singles spot. The Big Reds have high hopes this year in qualifying for state as individuals, and as a team. — Head coach Rich Parker


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2013 REDETTES TENNIS SCHEDULE 3/26 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/9 4/11 4/16 4/19 4/25 4/29 5/2 5/7

@Davis County @Chariton Mount Pleasant Clarke, Osceola @Albia @Clarke, Osceola Albia @Knoxville Invitational Chariton @Fort Madison Davis County @SCC Tourney (Knoxville)

PREVIEW

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Brogan Bulechek.

The girls tennis team had another successful season going 7-4 and placing 2nd in the conference. We have 4 returning letter winners: Kenzie Richmond, Lauren Craver, Brogan Bulechek, and Lynsey Winkel. The courts were painted and improved last season. Looking forward to returning a good core of athletes and those who want to compete to continue the winning tradition. — Former head tennis coach Chuck Banks

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Kenzie Richmond.

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2013 BIG REDS SOCCER SCHEDULE 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/9 4/12 4/16 4/18 4/29 4/30 5/4 5/6 5/9 5/10

@Fairfield Mount Pleasant @Ottumwa @Albia Ottumwa Albia @Oskaloosa @Pella Christian @Chariton @Creston Invitational Knoxville @Keokuk Chariton

PREVIEW Photo by Kyle Ocker/Daily Iowegian

Garrett Moorman.

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Michael Schacher (right).

The 2013 Boys Soccer season will be one of experience. 13 returning letter winners will look to carry their winning ways into the 2013 season. After a slow start, the Centerville boys soccer team began to peak near the end of the 2012 season,coming one game away from state tournament play. Jeremy Stufflebeem was the top goal scorer, putting in 14 goals for the season. He was followed by his brother Jesse with 8 and Michael Schacher with 5. These boys have what it takes to go far into tournament play. We just medaled in the Iowa Games over the summer playing in the top competitive level. We hope their competitiveness continues! Look for the 2013 Boys Soccer season to be a memorable season! — Head boys soccer coach Tino Terrones

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Jeremy Stufflebeem.

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2013 REDETTES SOCCER PREVIEW The Redettes will return 12 players for this upcoming season: Megan Allen, Hailey Burgher, Lei Alena Dagat, Corina Moore, Lexi Nikas, Erin Palmer, Cassidy Serna, Marissa Rupalo, Cassidy Schacher, Nicole Seay, Taylor Tieden and Jin Wymer. We are looking for a good season. We have been rebuilding for two years now after graduating out over 20 seniors in only two years. We have been a freshman and sophomore team playing at varsity level. We have gained a lot of experience and are now at an average junior level that we can look forward to competing a lot better at. We also have some players coming in this year as freshman that have played in league play so they will already have some experience and this will help. Looking forward to a very good 2013 season. — Head girls soccer coach Rod Campbell

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Taylor Tieden.

SCHEDULE 4/1 4/2 4/9 4/15 4/18 4/23 4/29 4/30 5/4 5/10 5/14 5/16 5/20

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Nicole Seay.

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Katelyn Benson.

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2013 BIG REDS TRACK PREVIEW The Big Reds repeated as SCC Champions as eighteen members scored in 16 out of 17 events. Centerville won eight of the vents in addition to six runner-up finishes. Jamey Foster and Payton Busch each won three individual events at the conference meet. The Big Reds capped their season off with a ninth place finish at the Class 3-A state meet. Then junior Payton Busch won the 800 meter by almost three seconds. Then senior Jamey Foster placed fourth in the 400 meter hurdles and sixth in the 400 meter dash. Both of them joined then freshman Graydon Schmidt and then junior Logan Brown in capturing the 3-A 1,600 meter relay crown in a school record 3:30.06. The Big Reds will return 17 lettermen as they will attempt to win their third consecutive SCC championship. The Big Reds also return three members of a state championship medley relay which end the season ranked 25th nationally.

Ben Grothe.

— Head coach Jim McCord

SCHEDULE Indoor 3/8 @Pella (Ottumwa/Pekin Indoor) 3/16 @Pella (Central College Indoor)

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Graydon Schmidt.

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Outdoor 3/26 Albia/Oskaloosa/Chariton 3/28 @Albia (Rosenbaum Quad) 4/2 @Monroe (PCM Invitational) 4/4 Centerville Co-Ed Relays 4/9 @Chariton (Charger Invitational) 4/11 @Mount Pleasant (Denny White Relays) 4/13 @Oskaloosa Relays 4/16 @Ottumwa (Don Newell Classic) 4/23 @Bloomfield (Mustang Relays) 4/25 @Des Moines (Drake Relays) 4/26 @Des Moines (Drake Relays) 4/27 @Des Moines (Drake Relays) 4/29 @Fairfield (Brookhart Relays) 5/2 @Chariton (SCC Champs)


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Stephanie Grenko.

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Hannah Sheston.

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PREVIEW The Centerville Redettes track team lost seven seniors after qualifying six to the state track meet. However, nine letter winners will return. Meaghan Foster, Hope Hancox, Shelby Kanselaar, Hailey Kellis, Addison Kepner, Avery Schmidt and Olivia Starcevich are the seven seniors that departed after the past track season. Foster highlighted the Redettes' performance at the state track meet with a second place finish in the Class 3A girls' shot-put. Foster also established a new school record throw of 42-5.5 at the regional meet. Foster also qualifying for the discus while Breanna Boyle

ran in the 100 meter dash at state. Addison Kepner (1,500 meter run) joined the Centerville 4x800 meter relay team (Katie Busch, Bailey Witt, Cassidy Schacher and Kepner) and the distance medley team (Hancox, Boyle, Starcevich and Schacher) in qualifying for the state track meet. The 4x800 meter relay team broke two records last season. They timed in with a 9:59.29 effort at the regional meet to establish a new school record. They also now hold the South Central Conference Record with a time of 10:14.74. Boyle, Busch, Stephanie Grenko, Kaitlyn Moore, Shelby Royer, Schacher, Hanna She-

ston, Rachel Valentine and Witt make up the group of nine returning letter winners. "The CHS Redette track team had a very successful, and fun, 2012 season," head coach Rich Gander said. "In addition to establishing several new records, the Redettes qualified six events for the state track meet, highlighted by senior Meagan Foster's 2nd place finish in the Shot Put.   The Redettes graduate seven seniors, who will be missed, and will return nine letterwinners.  We are looking forward to another great season this Spring 2013." — Kyle Ocker Daily Iowegian

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Indoor 3/14 @Pella (Pekin/Central College Indoor) Outdoor 3/26 @Monroe (Albia/Chariton/PCM) 3/28 @Albia (Rosenbaum Quad) 4/2 @Monroe (PCM Invitational) 4/4 Centerville Co-Ed Relays 4/11 @Eddyville (Elks Invitational) 4/13 @Oskaloosa Relays 4/16 @Ottumwa (Don Newell Classic) 4/23 @Chariton (Lady Charger Relays) 4/25 @Pella (Tulip Relays) 4/25 @Des Moines (Drake Relays) 4/26 @Des Moines (Drake Relays) 4/27 @Des Moines (Drake Relays) 4/29 @Fairfield (Brookhart Relays) 5/2 @Chariton (SCC Champs)


2013 BIG REDS GOLF SCHEDULE 08/24 @Davis County 08/31 Albia 09/07 @Keokuk 09/14 @Williamsburg 09/21 Mount Pleasant 09/28 @Fort Madison 10/05 Carlisle 10/12 Fairfield 10/19 @Washington

PREVIEW The Centerville Big Red boys golf team had one of its best seasons in modern history. The Big Reds ended the season with a 66-8 record with tournament wins at Schuyler, the Preserve, North/South, Davis County as well as capturing conference title and sectionals at Willow Creek in Des Moines. They ended the season ranked fourth in Class 3-A before getting upset at districts. The Big Reds set a school tournament scoring record shooting 291 at the North/South Tournament. Then freshman Alex Moorman went on to win the Class 3-A state individual title. The Big Reds showed their depth with Austin Huebner being the only senior on the team. The Big Reds with the return of talented freshman Blake Dabney, union Logan Dabney, Quentin Fowler and Kolton Gonnerman are certain to be a force in 2013.

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Quentin Fowler.

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Kolton Gonnerman.

— Head golf coach Mike Carney

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Alex Moorman.

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Logan Dabney.

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2013 REDETTES GOLF SCHEDULE 3/26 4/2 4/6 4/9 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/25 4/29 5/7

@Oskaloosa (Chariton/Eddyville-Blakesburg) Davis County @Chariton Invitational Albia/Davis County @Osceola (Clarke/Central Decatur) @Oskaloosa Invitational @Corydon (Wayne/Mormon Trail) @Bloomfield (Davis County) @ B l o o m f i e l d (Albia/Davis County) @Bloomfield (SCC Championships)

PREVIEW The girls golf team finished a very successful season with a regular season record of 30-9, finishing 8th in the 3A golf rankings. Earning varsity letters for the Redettes were Ali Parker (Sr.), Kolby Warren (Sr.), Katie Appler (Sr.), Jessica Scott (Jr.) Maddie Lange (soph.) and Marrisa Hunt (soph.) The Redettes finished 2nd in the South Central Conference tournament behind Clarke by 2 strokes. Jessica Scott, Kolby Warren, and Katie Appler earned SCC All-Conference. The team finished 2nd in the district golf meet in Grinnell, advancing to regionals at Williamsburg where they finished 4th. Maddie Lange (Soph.) earned South Central 3A All District honors. — Head girls golf coach Mike Miller

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Ali Parker.

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Madison Lange.

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2013 BIG REDS BASEBALL SCHEDULE 08/24 @Davis County 08/31 Albia 09/07 @Keokuk 09/14 @Williamsburg 09/21 Mount Pleasant 09/28 @Fort Madison 10/05 Carlisle 10/12 Fairfield 10/19 @Washington

PREVIEW It was a disappointing end to the season for the Centerville Big Reds. They fell to Pella 3-2 in eight innings in the first round of districts to exit the post-season earlier than they were hoping for. After holding a 2-0 lead for the much of the game, Pella game back to tie the game and send it into extra innings. With a runner on third in the bottom of the eighth, Jose Marin made a mistake on the mound, balking in Pella’s game-winning run from third base. The Big Reds saw six seniors graduate (Zach Lockman, Daniel Cisler, Richard England, Russell Bauer, Tony Armington and Marin). However, they will return nine total for next season. Houston Moore and Levi Sebolt will both return as seniors while Michael Starcevich, Kolton Gonnerman, J.D. McDanel, Grant Walker, Garrett Moorman, Michael Firkins and Jared Armington will also bring experience to the squad in 2013.

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Grant Walker.

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Michael Firkins.

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2013 REDETTES SOFTBALL PREVIEW The Centerville Redette softball team finished the season with an 18-19 record, advancing to the Regional semi-finals where they were defeated by Clarke. The team finished tied for 2nd in the South Central conference with EddyvilleBlakesburg, behind Clarke. Olivia Starcevich set career alltime records in At-Bats(638), Hits (232), Runs (147), and 3B's (7). Olivia and Mallory Oden were named 1st Team All-Conference, while Chelsey Banks and Jessica Demry were named to the 2nd Team. Starcevich was also selected to the 3A South Central All-District team. Olivia finished the season being selected to the Iowa Senior All-Star softball game played in Waukee. — Head softball coach Mike Miller

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Rachel Valentine.

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Maddison Lange.

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@SE Warren @Mount Pleasant Moulton-Udell Redette Tournament @Chariton Keokuk Cardinal @Oskaloosa Invite @Albia @Pella Melcher-Dallas Davis County @Oskaloosa Eddyville-Blakesburg Knoxville Wayne @Clarke @Dallas Center Tourney Chariton Fairfield Albia @Davis County @Fort Madison Moravia @Eddyville-Blakesburg Clarke


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300 South 5th St. Centerville, IA Phone (641) 895-4429 (641) 437-1716 $100 Contributions Centerville Police Association Kayleen Durley Erman & Charlotte Long Centerville Tractor and Implement Juan, Meghan and Abram Decena Motel 60 Fareway Orschelin's Sonic Centerville Green House Jody & Susan McDanel Centerville Iron & Metal American Family InsuranceBecky Evers, Agent Chuck & Sue Evans Rich Gander State Farm Owl Pharmacy Jenz Trenz Judge Dan & Lottie Wilson Roger Raum Thad, Tom & Cami Hill

Mike and Phoebe O'Connor Dave & Carol Hornaday Ed & Julie Shirley Liz Deatsch & Family Bill & Bert Huisman Flower-Tique True Value Frevert Family Tim, Ranae, Garrett, Taylor, & Landon McGrann Kris Hoffman Pizza Hut Bruce & Barb Karpen Mark & Catherine Lechtenberg Carolyn Bauman Brad & Peggy Young Quick Shop Dr. James Snyder Andy & Vicki Moore Kevin & Jeri Bradley Weber Real Estate-John Probasco Art & Susan Kirchoff Mike, Connie, Adam & Emily Steinbach McCarty Tire Service Jim & Elaine McCord Alliant Energy Brown’s Shoe Fit

$50 Contributions

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The Centerville Booster Club would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the following: Former CHS Athletic Director, Jim Knott, for the countless hours spent scheduling and organizing athletic events and his invaluable assistance to the Booster Club. we now welcome new Athletic Director Rob Busch and thank him in advance for his service and dedication. Jr. High Athletic Director, Rich Parker Ray Tresemer, for his help as the medical care field trainer Mercy Medical Center-Centerville and Chariton Valley Medical Center for providing sideline doctors Mercy Medical Center, for providing EMTs and ambulance

Tom Belloma, for the care and preparation of the Lakeview Sports Complex Julie Clark, for her photo coverage of Centerville athletics The Daily Iowegian and Kyle Ocker, for their daily sports coverage and photos, as well as the design and printing of our sports media guide Tom and Brett Livengood, for their photo coverage of the Big Reds Darrin Hamilton, Steve Brown, Jeff Roof and Ron Davolt for their help as the “chain gang” Bob, Blake and Josh white and Todd Sebolt, Steve Cochran and Jeff Cowan for taking stats on the field

KCOg, for broadcasting every Big Reds Football game live with Mike O’Connor, Mark Dekker and Henry Ortmann

All medical personnel who volunteer their services to help keep the athletes safe and healthy

warren Sells, Jim McCord and Henry Ortmann for their assistance in the pressbox

The wives and families of our coaches for their continued patience and support

A special thanks is also extended to those who support the booster club through yearly donations and sponsorships as well as those who volunteer their time and effort.


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