The 2021 Rams gridiron team was well represented in Division VI as the 2021 All-Ohio teams were named.
Tinora finished 10-2, GMC Champions at 7-0, and eventually lost to State Champion Carey in the OHSAA playoffs. (IMO probably giving Carey it’s toughest game in the Playoffs)
Senior defensive lineman Baeden Hancock who had 54 tackles, and two sacks was a named first team all-Ohioan.
Named to the Honorable Mention team were Tinora senior running back KP Delarber. KP gained 1,038 yards, 17 TDs despite missing 4th quarter action in over half of the games this season.
Also named Honorable Mention was defensive lineman Javen Gaines. Gaines, just a junior, ended with 67 tackles and 5.5 sacks.
Ram defensive back Cole Commisso, 50 tackles, four INTs, seven pass breakups, one TD was named Honorable Mention.
Tinora offensive lineman Eric Bohn was also named honorable mention for his efforts in 2021.
Below is from the Crescent – News
“We couldn’t be prouder of them,” said Tinora coach Kenny Krouse. “They’re deserving, each and every one of them. We’ve always prided ourselves on believing that if you play the game the right way, the individual accolades will come and those five young men are very deserving of being all-Ohio.”
Hancock became the 13th player in program history to be named first team all-Ohio and the five-man contingent makes it 51 total all-Ohioans from Tinora and 48 since Krouse took over in 1998.
First Team All Ohio – Tinora All-Time
1997 – Eric Becker – Football
2003 – Kevin McCann – Football
2003 – Eric Weber – Football
2009 – Lyndon Benecke – Football
2010 – Marcus Moser – Football
2013 – Derek Drewes – Football
2013 – Reid Renollet – Football
2014 – Hunter Vogel – Football
2014 – Riley Nagel – Football
2014 – Justin Flory – Football
2015 – Logan Bailey – Football
2015 – Brevin Renollet – Football