Ohio Football

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Dayton Offensive POY: Bayle Wolf

By TSF Staff | TRISTATEFOOTBALL.COM

Clinton-Massie's Bayle Wolf was named the 2012 TSF Dayton Offensive Player of the Year.




TriStateFootball.com paid tribute to finest from the Dayton area’s high school gridiron at the Year In Review Show on Wednesday night at Cadillac Jack’s in Centerville.

Clinton-Massie running back Bayle Wolf was recognized as our Dayton Offensive Player of the Year. The junior was integral part of a potent offense for the Division IV state champion Falcons.

Wolf earned Division IV, Second-Team All-Ohio honors after rushing for 2,059 yards. He finished the season with 41 rushing touchdowns (10th best total in Ohio history), 45 touchdowns (8th best total in Ohio history) overall and 270 points (11th best total in Ohio history). He had at least one run of 22 yards in 12 of the team’s 15 games and never had a game without a run of at least 15 yards. Making that even more impressive was that he had six tilts where he had less than 10 carries.

The junior also recorded 59 total tackles with 2.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries and an interception on defense. Wolf rolls into his senior year having crossed the goal line 80 times at the varsity level.

Other finalists included Frank Catrine (Bishop Fenwick), Isreal Green (Trotwood-Madison), Chris Hymer (Franklin), Luke Morgan (Lebanon) and Malik Zaire (Alter).


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