Four seniors earn Second Team All-Ohio honors

 Ryan Corkrean, LB

Ryan Corkrean, LB

 Dominic DiMaccio, PK

Dominic DiMaccio, PK

 Drew McLuckie, OL

Drew McLuckie, OL

 Derrius Mullins, DL

Derrius Mullins, DL

Four senior DeSales football players were named Second Team All-Ohio by the Associated Press on Tuesday.  Linebacker Ryan Corkrean (83 tackles, 16.5 for a loss, 2 interceptions), placekicker Dominic DiMaccio (96 points), offensive lineman Drew McLuckie (anchor on a line that helped amass 3,998 rushing yards) and defensive lineman Derrius Mullins (78 tackles, 25.5 for a loss).

Mullins and Corkrean were each three-year starters DeSales, starting 39 games.  They helped lead the Stallions to 33 wins, three straight CCL Silver Division Championships and a Regional Championship. 

McLuckie spent the better part of two years as a two-way starter for the Stallions.  On offense, he started 35 games as a right tackle, including the final 11 games in 2014 as a sophomore.  On defense, Drew started 22 games as an end.  

Mullins was named second team All-Ohio as a junior in 2015.  He finished his career with 208 tackles, 60.5 for a loss.  

DiMaccio also received second team all-state honors for the second straight season.  This year, he tied a school-record for longest field goal, making a 55-yard attempt against Canal Winchester.   

Corkrean is a two-time First Team All-Central District selection and led the Stallions in tackles as a sophomore and junior.  He finished his DeSales career with 251 tackles, 38 tackles for a loss.