Clinton-Massie Seniors and Coaches pose at the Statehouse with their State Officials; Rep. Cliff Rosenberger, Rep. Ron Maag, Sen. Bob Peterson.

Representatives Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) and Ron Maag (R-Lebanon), as well as Senator Bob Peterson (R-Sabina) greeted the seniors and coaches of the Clinton-Massie football team at the state capitol on Wednesday. The team was recognized for its repeat state title in Ohio High School Athletic Association Division IV football.

“It was a great honor to have not only THE Clinton Massie Falcons up to the Statehouse today, but also my alma mater,” said Rosenberger. “These young men have made our entire community proud. Much can be said about the character of this team and their commitment to their goal. What this program has been able to accomplish is incredible. I’m hoping we can make this an annual tradition!”

“It was a privilege to recognize such an outstanding group of young men,” said Rep. Maag. “Their dedication to excellence is inspiring.”

A resolution was presented on behalf of the 130th General Assembly honoring the team for its accomplishments and for defending its 2011 Championship Title against Cardinal Mooney on December 7th, 2012 during a snowy bout in Massillon, OH.

The Falcons are only the third team in state history to have back-to-back state titles in football.

Rep. Rosenberger also presented Bayle Wolfe with a commendation recognizing him as the OHSAA Division IV Offensive Player of the Year. Bayle Wolfe has committed to play football at West Point for the United State Army.

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