All-County boys basketball teams


Buckeye Valley guard Nick Hyatt (0), shown driving to the hoop during a recent tournament game against Whitehall, is the Delaware County Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who complemented his first team All-County nod with first team All-MOAC and third team All-District honors, led the Barons to their sixth Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division title in seven seasons and first trip to a district semifinal since 2009. Olentangy Orange’s Anthony Calo was named Delaware County Coach of the Year for leading the Pioneers to a school-record 18 wins and OCC-Capital Division championship just two years removed from a 3-20 campaign. Joining Hyatt on the first team were Zach McIntire (Hayes), Colin Shepherd (Orange), Spencer Mitchell (Liberty) and Jesse Tomlinson (Buckeye Valley). Will Yoakum (Hayes), Evan Lewis (Orange), Brendon White (Liberty), Grant Gossard (Orange) and Mitch Rotondo (Buckeye Valley) earned second-team honors while Terin Kinsway (Hayes), Derrick Buford (Hayes), Jake Bourget (Hayes), Grant Kelly (Buckeye Valley), Braxton Wells (Buckeye Valley), Tim Schilling (Buckeye Valley), Austin Becker (Big Walnut), Hayden Bowmar (Big Walnut), Kaleb Phillips (Big Walnut), Alex Kelso (Big Walnut), Derrick Wyche (Olentangy), Carter Kinnaird (Olentangy), Seth O’Neal (Olentangy), Jason Sieve (Olentangy), Christian Mazzeo (Olentangy), Drew Rosi (Liberty), Ben Roderick (Liberty), Cam Barron (Orange), Nathan Matthews (Orange), Adam Standley (Delaware Christian), Roger Gill (Delaware Christian) and Andrew Dunnavant (Delaware Christian) were honorable mention selections. The All-County girls basketball teams will be published in the next Gazette.

Buckeye Valley guard Nick Hyatt (0), shown driving to the hoop during a recent tournament game against Whitehall, is the Delaware County Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who complemented his first team All-County nod with first team All-MOAC and third team All-District honors, led the Barons to their sixth Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division title in seven seasons and first trip to a district semifinal since 2009. Olentangy Orange’s Anthony Calo was named Delaware County Coach of the Year for leading the Pioneers to a school-record 18 wins and OCC-Capital Division championship just two years removed from a 3-20 campaign. Joining Hyatt on the first team were Zach McIntire (Hayes), Colin Shepherd (Orange), Spencer Mitchell (Liberty) and Jesse Tomlinson (Buckeye Valley). Will Yoakum (Hayes), Evan Lewis (Orange), Brendon White (Liberty), Grant Gossard (Orange) and Mitch Rotondo (Buckeye Valley) earned second-team honors while Terin Kinsway (Hayes), Derrick Buford (Hayes), Jake Bourget (Hayes), Grant Kelly (Buckeye Valley), Braxton Wells (Buckeye Valley), Tim Schilling (Buckeye Valley), Austin Becker (Big Walnut), Hayden Bowmar (Big Walnut), Kaleb Phillips (Big Walnut), Alex Kelso (Big Walnut), Derrick Wyche (Olentangy), Carter Kinnaird (Olentangy), Seth O’Neal (Olentangy), Jason Sieve (Olentangy), Christian Mazzeo (Olentangy), Drew Rosi (Liberty), Ben Roderick (Liberty), Cam Barron (Orange), Nathan Matthews (Orange), Adam Standley (Delaware Christian), Roger Gill (Delaware Christian) and Andrew Dunnavant (Delaware Christian) were honorable mention selections. The All-County girls basketball teams will be published in the next Gazette.


Buckeye Valley guard Nick Hyatt (0), shown driving to the hoop during a recent tournament game against Whitehall, is the Delaware County Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who complemented his first team All-County nod with first team All-MOAC and third team All-District honors, led the Barons to their sixth Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division title in seven seasons and first trip to a district semifinal since 2009. Olentangy Orange’s Anthony Calo was named Delaware County Coach of the Year for leading the Pioneers to a school-record 18 wins and OCC-Capital Division championship just two years removed from a 3-20 campaign. Joining Hyatt on the first team were Zach McIntire (Hayes), Colin Shepherd (Orange), Spencer Mitchell (Liberty) and Jesse Tomlinson (Buckeye Valley). Will Yoakum (Hayes), Evan Lewis (Orange), Brendon White (Liberty), Grant Gossard (Orange) and Mitch Rotondo (Buckeye Valley) earned second-team honors while Terin Kinsway (Hayes), Derrick Buford (Hayes), Jake Bourget (Hayes), Grant Kelly (Buckeye Valley), Braxton Wells (Buckeye Valley), Tim Schilling (Buckeye Valley), Austin Becker (Big Walnut), Hayden Bowmar (Big Walnut), Kaleb Phillips (Big Walnut), Alex Kelso (Big Walnut), Derrick Wyche (Olentangy), Carter Kinnaird (Olentangy), Seth O’Neal (Olentangy), Jason Sieve (Olentangy), Christian Mazzeo (Olentangy), Drew Rosi (Liberty), Ben Roderick (Liberty), Cam Barron (Orange), Nathan Matthews (Orange), Adam Standley (Delaware Christian), Roger Gill (Delaware Christian) and Andrew Dunnavant (Delaware Christian) were honorable mention selections. The All-County girls basketball teams will be published in the next Gazette.

Buckeye Valley guard Nick Hyatt (0), shown driving to the hoop during a recent tournament game against Whitehall, is the Delaware County Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who complemented his first team All-County nod with first team All-MOAC and third team All-District honors, led the Barons to their sixth Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division title in seven seasons and first trip to a district semifinal since 2009. Olentangy Orange’s Anthony Calo was named Delaware County Coach of the Year for leading the Pioneers to a school-record 18 wins and OCC-Capital Division championship just two years removed from a 3-20 campaign. Joining Hyatt on the first team were Zach McIntire (Hayes), Colin Shepherd (Orange), Spencer Mitchell (Liberty) and Jesse Tomlinson (Buckeye Valley). Will Yoakum (Hayes), Evan Lewis (Orange), Brendon White (Liberty), Grant Gossard (Orange) and Mitch Rotondo (Buckeye Valley) earned second-team honors while Terin Kinsway (Hayes), Derrick Buford (Hayes), Jake Bourget (Hayes), Grant Kelly (Buckeye Valley), Braxton Wells (Buckeye Valley), Tim Schilling (Buckeye Valley), Austin Becker (Big Walnut), Hayden Bowmar (Big Walnut), Kaleb Phillips (Big Walnut), Alex Kelso (Big Walnut), Derrick Wyche (Olentangy), Carter Kinnaird (Olentangy), Seth O’Neal (Olentangy), Jason Sieve (Olentangy), Christian Mazzeo (Olentangy), Drew Rosi (Liberty), Ben Roderick (Liberty), Cam Barron (Orange), Nathan Matthews (Orange), Adam Standley (Delaware Christian), Roger Gill (Delaware Christian) and Andrew Dunnavant (Delaware Christian) were honorable mention selections. The All-County girls basketball teams will be published in the next Gazette.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_hyattpoy.jpgBuckeye Valley guard Nick Hyatt (0), shown driving to the hoop during a recent tournament game against Whitehall, is the Delaware County Boys Basketball Player of the Year. The senior, who complemented his first team All-County nod with first team All-MOAC and third team All-District honors, led the Barons to their sixth Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division title in seven seasons and first trip to a district semifinal since 2009. Olentangy Orange’s Anthony Calo was named Delaware County Coach of the Year for leading the Pioneers to a school-record 18 wins and OCC-Capital Division championship just two years removed from a 3-20 campaign. Joining Hyatt on the first team were Zach McIntire (Hayes), Colin Shepherd (Orange), Spencer Mitchell (Liberty) and Jesse Tomlinson (Buckeye Valley). Will Yoakum (Hayes), Evan Lewis (Orange), Brendon White (Liberty), Grant Gossard (Orange) and Mitch Rotondo (Buckeye Valley) earned second-team honors while Terin Kinsway (Hayes), Derrick Buford (Hayes), Jake Bourget (Hayes), Grant Kelly (Buckeye Valley), Braxton Wells (Buckeye Valley), Tim Schilling (Buckeye Valley), Austin Becker (Big Walnut), Hayden Bowmar (Big Walnut), Kaleb Phillips (Big Walnut), Alex Kelso (Big Walnut), Derrick Wyche (Olentangy), Carter Kinnaird (Olentangy), Seth O’Neal (Olentangy), Jason Sieve (Olentangy), Christian Mazzeo (Olentangy), Drew Rosi (Liberty), Ben Roderick (Liberty), Cam Barron (Orange), Nathan Matthews (Orange), Adam Standley (Delaware Christian), Roger Gill (Delaware Christian) and Andrew Dunnavant (Delaware Christian) were honorable mention selections. The All-County girls basketball teams will be published in the next Gazette.