Tickets for the varsity football game at Parkway on Friday, Aug. 30th will be on sale in the AD office on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
THERE WILL BE NO PRESALE ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY SINCE SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION.
Crestview High School recognized their 2019 girls’ and boys’ track and baseball scholar athletes during the first week of school. These athletes earned this recognition by meeting required criteria established by the Northwest Conference: Silver Level - 3.0 GPA and varsity letter and Gold Level – 3.5 GPA and varsity letter.
Scholar Athletes for Track and Field include: Row 1- Haley Sheets, Madalyn Ward, Tiffany Thompson, Ragen Harting, Breck Rumschlag, Chloee Case, Kenzie Leeth. Row 2 – Hayden Tomlinson, Jordan Updegrove, Isaiah LaTurner, Dillon Underwood, Colby Swager, Maddy Lamb. Row 3 – Nevaeh Pruett, Lindsey Schumm, Cameron Cearns, Dalton Castle, Lauryn Black, Salex Overmyer.
Scholar Athletes include: Row 1 – Tyler Hart, Kaden Short, Logan Gerardot. Row 2 – Brody Brecht, Ayden Lichtensteiger.
The Crestview Baseball program concluded its season with head coach Jim Wharton, along with his coaching staff, recognizing their teams’ accomplishments throughout their season.
Special Awards: Kole Small (Pitching Award, Jamey Davis Loyalty Award), Brant Richardson (Pitching Award, Offensive Knight Award, Jeff “Squirt” Royer Award), Griffin Painter (Rusty Hyitt Toughness Award), and Riley Saylor (Mason Springer Leadership Award).
Coach Jeremy Best has announced his decision to resign as boys’ basketball coach at Crestview. During his 17 years in the position, Coach Best amassed 291 of his 314 career victories. His career highlights include two state championships (2014, 2019), one state runner-up trophy (2003), seven Northwest Conference, ten sectional, four district, and three regional championships.
The Crestview Athletic department, Administration, and Board of Education would like to thank Coach Best for his constant dedication, passion, and love that he has shown to the boys who have played in his program. Coach Best took the great tradition of Crestview Basketball to new heights. His success on the court is only surpassed by the lasting relationships he has built with his players. For that, our players and community will forever be grateful. Crestview would also like to thank Coach Best’s wife, Jennifer, and his two children, Ethan and Lillie, for their support and sacrifice.
Coach Best shared the following statement-
The Crestview Boys’ Basketball and Basketball Cheerleading programs concluded their season with boys’ basketball head coach Jeremy Best, along with his coaching staff, and cheerleading coach Halle Beougher recognizing their teams’ accomplishments throughout their season that ended with a State Championship.
The Crestview Girls’ Basketball program concluded its season with head coach Mark Gregory, along with his coaching staff, recognizing their teams’ accomplishments throughout their season that ended in sectional finals.
Scholar Athletes include: (l to r) – Row 1 – Olivia Cunningham, Haley Speith, Kaylee Wolford, Bailey Gregory, and Aleigh Chesbro. Row 2 – Lexi Gregory, Lauryn Black, Raegan Hammons, Lizzie Bowen, Emma Bowen, and Codi Miller.
Special Awards: (l
to r) – Row 1 -Lizzie Bowen (Senior Award, Henry Scholarship), Emma Bowen
(Senior Award, Henry Scholarship), Codi Miller (Senior Award, Henry
Scholarship), Haley Speith (Defensive Award, Senior Award, Henry Scholarship).
Row 2 - Olivia Cunningham (70% Free Throw Club, Highest
3-Point Percentage), Lexi Gregory (Most Steals, Most Rebounds, Most 3-Pointers,
Most Assists, MVP), Bailey Gregory (70% Free Throw Club, Knight Award).
Monday, January 7 from 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in the athletic office to VARSITY boys’ basketball coaches and players for immediate family. Immediate family is defined by family members living in the player’s household as well as grandparents.
Tuesday, January 8 from 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in the athletic office to all of the above as well as for the immediate family of varsity cheerleaders, stats, and managers.
Wednesday, January 9 to students and the general public from 6-7 p.m. in the HS office.
NWC Scholar-Athlete awards were awarded to members of the golf team for their achievements in the classroom.
Award winners include (l to r): Dillon Underwood, Olivia Skelton, Scott Bowman, Evan Scarlett, and Colton Lautzenheiser.
The Crestview Football program concluded its season with
head coach Jared Owens, along with his coaching staff and the football cheer
program, recognizing their teams’ accomplishments throughout their season that
ended in the regional semi-finals.
The Crestview soccer program held their post-season awards banquet to recognize athletes for their hard work throughout the season. Coach John Dowler and his staff presented Northwest Conference Scholar-Athlete and special awards during the event.
Scholar-Athlete Awards (l to r) Row 1: McKenna Thompson,
Chelsi Young, Jade Sheaffer, Hannah Dickson, Madalyn Ward. Row 2: Hope Loyer,
Lindsey Schumm, Kassidy Klinger, Salex Overmyer, Olivia Dealey.
Special Awards (l to r) Row 1: Salex Overmyer (Coach’s
Pick), Madalyn Ward (Captain Award, Coach’s Pick), Jade Sheaffer (MVP, Hustle
Award), Chelsi Young (Captain Award). Row 2: McKenna Thompson (Captain Award),
Hope Loyer (Most Improved), Kassidy Klinger (Defensive Player of the Year,
Captain Award), Lindsey Schumm (Offensive Player of the Year), Caroline Klude
("sie berührt mich”). Not pictured: Chloee Case (Coach’s Pick)
to the football playoffs and pending changes in our basketball schedule we will
not be sending basketball season ticket info in the mail until the week of
11/19. Season pass and reserved seats will go on sale starting 11/26. Schedule
cards will also be delayed due to this.
The Crestview Cross Country program concluded their season after the girls’ team’s state appearance last weekend. Head coach Jeff Bagley and assistant coach Randy Grandstaff recognized their teams’ accomplishments throughout the season at their recent awards presentation.
Girls Scholar-Athlete Awards Row 1 (l to r): Lauren Walls,
Emily Greulach, Lydia Saylor, Lizzie Bowen (Academic All-Ohio). Row 2: Ragen
Harting (Academic All-Ohio), Savannah Smith, Adalynn Longstreth.
Girls’ Special Awards (l to r): Ragen Harting (Golden Guts Award), Lauren Walls (Most Improved), Savannah Smith (Most Valuable Performer, Senior Award), Lizzie Bowen (Senior Award), Hannah Weaver (Senior Award).
Boys Scholar-Athlete Awards Row 1 (l to r): Dayton
Schuerman, Danil Lichtensteiger, Wyatt Richardson. Row 2: Hayden Tomlinson,
Cameron Cearns, Brian Myers.
Boys’ Special Awards (l to r): Jayden Renner (Most
Improved), Chase Forwerck (Senior Award), Wyatt Richardson (Most Valuable
Performer), Hayden Tomlinson (Golden Guts Award).
The Crestview Volleyball program concluded their season by recapping
the year while head coach Tammy Gregory and her staff gave our various awards
to the players.
NWC Scholar-Athlete Awards (l to r) Row 1: Bailey Gregory,
Raegan Hammons, Kaylee Wolford, Kimber Adams. Row 2: Maddy Lamb, Avery McCoy,
Laney Jones, Lexi Gregory, Lauryn Black.
Special Awards (l to r): Maddy Lamb (Knight Pride Award,
Most Aces, Most Assists), Lexi Gregory (MVP, Most Kills, 1st Team
NWC, 1st Team District 8, Honorable Mention All-Ohio), Avery McCoy (Most
Blocks, 2nd Team NWC) , Kaylee Wolford (Most Improved), Bailey
Gregory (Most Digs, 1st Team NWC, Honorable Mention District 8),
Lauryn Black (Honorable Mention NWC).
tickets for Crestview’s Division VII Regional Semifinal football game Saturday
night vs. Minster at Wapakoneta’s Harmon Field will be on sale Wednesday night
from 5:30-6:30pm in the HS office and Thursday and Friday from 7:45am to 3:15pm
in the A.D. office. Pre-sale price is $8 for everyone. All tickets at the gate
are $9. There will be a $3 parking fee. Gates open at 5:30. Game time is 7:00.
On November 3, 2018 before the HS playoff game at Crestview the Convoy Fire & EMS will be having a carryout benefit meal (1/2 BBQ chicken w/ apple sauce, chips & plasticware). The meal, prepared by the Van Wert Firefighters’ Union 681, will be $8 with all proceeds going to firefighter Rod Dawson who is battling cancer. Dinners can be purchased and picked up at Crestview Door number 2 from 4:30pm until all meals are sold.
Rod has put 18 years of his life towards helping to protect the members of Convoy and surrounding communities as a firefighter and EMT with the Convoy Fire Department. Proceeds from this event will go towards Rod’s final expenses. Please help us give back to this family in their time of need.
2018 Football Playoff Shirts will be on sale in the
Elementary Cafeteria on a first-come-first-serve basis Wednesday, Oct. 31st
from 6:00-8:00 in the evening. (short sleeve t-shirt-$15, long sleeve
dri-fit-$20, and hoodie- $30)
Special award winners were Colton Lautzenheiser (Lowest
Average & Knight Pride Award) and Olivia Skelton (Knight Pride Award).
Crestview High School recognized their 2018 girls’ softball and boys’ and girls’ track scholar athletes during the first week of school. These athletes earned this recognition by meeting required criteria established by the Northwest Conference: Silver Level - 3.0 GPA and varsity letter and Gold Level – 3.5 GPA and varsity letter.
The Crestview Baseball program concluded its season with head coach Jim Wharton, along with his coaching staff, recognizing their teams’ accomplishments throughout their 16-6 season which earned them the NWC Co-Champion honor.
he Crestview Track and Field program recently handed out awards to conclude their season. Head coach James Lautzenheiser and assistant coaches awarded student-athletes for their efforts throughout the season during the event. Special award acknowledgments were made including Coaches' Awards and Captains' Awards.