South Central Power

#lineman2lineman

#lineman2lineman graphicBeing a football player takes hard work, just like it does for our South Central Power linemen. The #lineman2lineman program is back, and this year we asked YOU to nominate your favorite high school lineman football player for recognition in October.

We’re recognizing several players here on our website, as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

NOTE: The nomination period has ended.

Meet our 2020 #lineman2lineman players!

 

 

Garet Cramer, Monroe Central High School, guard / defensive tackle, #lineman2linemanStudent: Garet Cramer

School: Monroe Central High School

Hometown: Woodsfield

Notable Highlights: 2nd team All State, 2-time all OVAC, All MOVL

Years Playing: 4

Position Played: Guard / Defensive tackle

Quote from Nominator: “Garet is a dominant force on the field of play, but is an even better individual off the field. He sets the example for student-athlete and represents himself, his school and his community in the way that they deserve to be represented.” – Nominator John Ischy

Urik France, #lineman2lineman, Huntington High School, Defensive end / offensive guardStudent: Urik France

School: Huntington High School

Hometown: Huntington Township

Notable Highlights: Played varsity as a freshman

Years Playing: 8

Position Played: Defensive tackle / offensive guard

Quote from Nominator: “Urik has worked and pushed himself more this year than I have ever seen. He started in June training, lifting, and had a personal trainer to work on his agility. – Nominator Bobbi France

Bobby Pieratt, Amanda-Clearcreek High School, nose tackle & running backStudent: Bobby Pieratt

School: Amanda-Clearcreek High School

Hometown: Amanda

Notable Highlights: Nose-tackle, 5’8″ 150lbs, scholar athlete, district qualifier in wrestling, captain of wrestling team as a sophomore. Though he may be small in stature, this kid does not back down from any challenge!

Years Playing: 9

Position Played: Nose tackle / Running back

Quote from Nominator: “He may be small, but size has never defined him, on and off the field! He is relentless! Example: against Logan, he recovered a fumble 25 yards down field! He should be recognized for his determination and will! – Nominator Tara Pieratt

Tanner Curry, Fairfield Union High School, right and left guard, #lineman2linemanStudent: Tanner Curry

School: Fairfield Union High School

Hometown: Bremen

Notable Highlights: 9-year player of Falcon football. His encouragement of others and guidance of the under classman makes him a class act. This is his senior year. He has never given up through several losing seasons and has the heart of a true Falcon.

Years Playing: 9

Position Played: Right and left guard/tackle. Offense and defense

Quote from Nominator: “Heart of a true Falcon” – nominator Heidi Taylor

Caden Hicks, Pickerington Central High School, offensive lineman, #lineman2linemanStudent: Caden Hicks

School: Pickerington Central High School

Hometown: Pickerington

Notable Highlights: 4-year member of Pickerington Central Tiger football, 3-year academic letter, 3-year varsity football letter, High Honor Roll, Drugs Free Club of America, member of the 2019 Division 1 State Football Championship football team, combine metal winner, member of Grace Fellowship High School Ministry, volunteer with PYAA Youth Flag Football as a referee

Years Playing: 4

Position Played: Offensive lineman

Quote from Nominator: “Caden is an outstanding young man and I am proud to be his grandmother. He is a positive, hard working, honest, responsible and motivated. He is also one of the most respectful young adults I have ever met. His parents and I are so proud of him. He goes above and beyond to help out when he is needed. He has volunteered his time every Sunday for the past 3 years both Spring and Fall season as a referee for the PYAA Youth Flag Football program. He has volunteered time serving with Grace Fellowship.” – nominator Leisa Hicks

 

2019 #lineman2lineman program

2018 #lineman2lineman program