COLUMBUS — Perry has spit out some phenomenal baseball, softball and track and field athletes this season, and it has proven in the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Southeast District with multiple athletes making the All District and All Ohio cut.
The Lady Generals had their power duo of Taylor Pagan and Sydney Campolo stay in the running through the regions.
Pagan, after earning MVL Player of the Year, took the Division 2 Player of the Year title, a spot on First Team All Southeast District and a spot on First Team All Ohio.
Campolo, after taking the MVL Pitcher of the Year title, placed herself on First Team All Southeast District and First Team All Ohio.
Two more Lady Generals made their names known in the state, Makayla Sheridan and Kaitlyn Sturgeon.
Sheridan played hard in her district game, representing Sheridan and her Lady Generals’ program, with her First Team All Southeast District spot.
Sturgeon gained recognition as a stellar shortstop with a spot on Second Team All Southeast District.
Under the coaching of Troy Wolfe, with another Coach of the Year title under his belt, the Lady Generals have more to come within the next few years.
Another General, Reece Trowbridge, with his speed in the infield and power in the box, received his recognition as All Ohio Honorable Mention for Division 2.
The runners on the track already claimed their fame when Jacob Rhodes, C.J. Ratliff, William Wilke and Greta Barker stepped on the podium at the State Finals at the beginning of June.
Barker kept her name going as she claimed the overall title of OHSAA Southeast District Female Athlete of the Year.
Her coach, Scott Houk, brought more fame to Crooksville with his title as Southeast District Coach of the Year.