Local team completes perfect season


Staff Report



<strong>From right to left- Back Row: Coach John Boucuvalas, Nathan Kleptz, Eric Newman, Austin Smith, IanJacobs, Justin Menker, Aron Lewis, Ethan Gniazdowski, Kyle Massie, Nathan Hillborg, and Assistant Coach Bill Menker . Front Row: Gavin Lucas, Ben Harris, Billy Boucuvalas, Blake Puskas, Luke Maiken, Zack Keener, and Jayden Behnken.</strong>

From right to left- Back Row: Coach John Boucuvalas, Nathan Kleptz, Eric Newman, Austin Smith, IanJacobs, Justin Menker, Aron Lewis, Ethan Gniazdowski, Kyle Massie, Nathan Hillborg, and Assistant Coach Bill Menker . Front Row: Gavin Lucas, Ben Harris, Billy Boucuvalas, Blake Puskas, Luke Maiken, Zack Keener, and Jayden Behnken.


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ENGLEWOOD — The Gunners Boys U15 completed a perfect season this fall with a 12-0-0 record winning the MVYSA Premier league title along with their division in the Creek Haunted Classic.

The team is comprised of a core of players from Northmont with a few additional players from Brookville, Vandalia, and Tipp City.

“The core of this team has been together for five years, and they have learned to work very well as a cohesive unit. I’m very proud of these players. They have learned to always play their best while still having fun as a team,” states coach John Boucuvalas.

From right to left- Back Row: Coach John Boucuvalas, Nathan Kleptz, Eric Newman, Austin Smith, IanJacobs, Justin Menker, Aron Lewis, Ethan Gniazdowski, Kyle Massie, Nathan Hillborg, and Assistant Coach Bill Menker . Front Row: Gavin Lucas, Ben Harris, Billy Boucuvalas, Blake Puskas, Luke Maiken, Zack Keener, and Jayden Behnken.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2015/11/web1_GunnersU15.jpgFrom right to left- Back Row: Coach John Boucuvalas, Nathan Kleptz, Eric Newman, Austin Smith, IanJacobs, Justin Menker, Aron Lewis, Ethan Gniazdowski, Kyle Massie, Nathan Hillborg, and Assistant Coach Bill Menker . Front Row: Gavin Lucas, Ben Harris, Billy Boucuvalas, Blake Puskas, Luke Maiken, Zack Keener, and Jayden Behnken. Photo submitted

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