RB Joe Gantz (2006-09) was a hard-working tailback who also played special teams. He had a total of 8 carries for 12 yards during his Ohio State career. At Wooster, Gantz was voted the Ohio Cardinal Conference Offensive Player of the Year and was a second team All-Ohioan. He was also an All-American and All-Ohioan in lacrosse.
One of Joe's eight carries for the Buckeyes. That's eight more than I would've dreamed of. [Edit: for myself.] ;-)
I am not very smart, but I recognize that I'm not very smart. --- W.W. Hayes
The Speech and Debate team seems like a big point of emphasis at this school. Amazing that they have been in 63 national speech and debate tournaments. Times have changed though, in the old days in my area a speech and debate meant two guys went outside to discuss and whomever came back through the door first was the winner.
I like your school's style.
Crazy seeing the local team so high up.
Don’t know how notable he is, but Marquise Blair (Seahawks) went to school at Wooster.
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Thank you, will add Marquise to the notable list later today.
Sorry for not doing it sooner, but relaxing in the pool with my family and friends.
Not directly Wooster High School related but related to football and Wooster. Charles Follis was the first African American to get paid to play football. Doing so while in Wooster.
Also Dick Schafrath played for Woody at OSU and then the Browns. Won titles in 57 for us and 64 with the Browns.
Thank you for the info on Follis and Schafrath, good stuff.
Elitesmithie, thank you for the link. It’s little tidbits like this that make this site so good.
Isn't it pronounced Worcester?
Sorry, the heat has made me slap happy.
Success - it's what you do with what you've got. - Woody Hayes