Earlier today, linebacker Ty Van Fossen was named Division-III First Team All-Ohio by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. Van Fossen, a senior from St. Matthew, had a team-high 90 tackles and a team-leading 16 tackles for a loss. It was the second straight season that the University of Cincinnati commit led the Purple and White in tackles. As a junior, the 6-foot-2, 215 pounder, recorded 92 stops on a Regional Championship team.
Van Fossen becomes the 57th Stallion to earn First Team All-Ohio and the program's first linebacker since Josh Kusan in 2008.
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Defensive lineman Brandon Derrow and defensive back Anthony Sciarroni were named Second Team All-Ohio. Derrow, a senior from St. Paul, finished the season with 38 tackles. Sciarroni, a junior safety from St. Matthew, tallied 41 tackles and led the Stallions with four interceptions.
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