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Former Jags Headed To College

Posted by Dave Rea at May 10, 2004 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Two more former Jags have made a choice to play football in college. Dan and Darren Cereshko have both opted to attend Baldwin Wallace College, and will play Division III football for the Yellow Jackets next season. Both Cereshkos, played in 1996 with the very first squads. Dan, a 5'11" 170 QB/DB, and Darren, a 5'11" 170 WR/DB, together broke most of the passing and receiving records at Buckeye during the 2002 & 2003 Sesaons. Dan was the Golden Buck Award Winner in 2003 and Darren was Ohio Division III Defensive Player of the Year in 2002. Congratulations and Good Luck with the Yellow Jackets Dan & Darren!

Earlier in the year former Jaguar player Adam Franz has signed a national letter of intent to play football at the Division II level for the
Tiffin Dragons next season after graduation from Buckeye. Adam, 6'3" and 240 pounds, played for the Jaguars in 1997.

During high school he was in the band as a freshmen and sophomore and returned to football as a Junior. His excellent line play helped the Bucks to their first appearances in the state playoffs in 2002 and 2003. He was an All Mohican Area Conference selection this season, along with being named to the All MAC Academic Team and Co-Most Improved Player. Congratulations and Good Luck Adam!

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Jets Sign Added To The Fence

Posted by Dave Rea at Nov 2, 2003 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

The Jets 2003 BYF Championship sign has been placed on the fence outside Edwin Steingass Field at Buckeye. It joins the sign for the Jags 2 Championships. Our goal? More Buckeye wins, more signs, we have plenty of fence space.

Pictured above are Head Coach Steve Watkins and Coach Mark Carrow along with the returning Varsity Jets players from last year who want to defend that title. Below are the returning Varsity Cheerleaders from last year's squad. They now become the team to beat as the season opens next weekend. Up first for the Jets will be the CCYF Vikings.

Way to go Jets, Buckeye Youth Football is proud of you!

Go Jets! Buckeye Pride! 

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There Is No Substitute For Experience

Posted by Dave Rea at Sep 10, 2002 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
In our opinion, one of the reasons that Buckeye Youth Football has been so successful is due to the experience and continuity of the coaching staff. We have a group of people that enjoy working together, teach the players and cheerleaders, and like what they are doing, while continuing to return year after year. Pictured above is the 2002 Buckeye Youth Football Staff. The Jets JV Staff and a couple others are missing, but this was taken during Picture night for the players and cheerleaders.

When you couple all that returning coaching experience together with the Coaches coming into their second seasons, there is 67 years of youth football coaching experience here! We are proud of that and we thank all our coaches for their continuing service and dedication to this football program.
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Frog Jump Champion

Posted by Dave Rea at Aug 26, 2002 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
For over 40 years in Valley City the Valley City Chamber of Commerce has held the annual Frog Jump. Patterned after the Mark Twain story "The Jumping Frog of Calevaras County". This year's Grand Champion, with a jump of 17 feet, was a frog named "Fat" who's "jockey" was Kayla Mason. Kayla is in her 3rd year with the Jags, and is playing JV this season.

Congratulations Kayla! Great Job!
Pictured above is our newest Buccaneer, and the newest addition to the Asvestas family, Jadon Claire. Bucs' Coach Scot Asvestas, wife Stacey, along with Corey & Cayla welcomed her on August 22, 2002 at 3:50AM. She is the tiniest Buc too, weighing in at 5 pounds, 2 ounces.

Congratulations and welcome to Buckeye Youth Football Jadon! We are now two for two, as last season Jets' Coach Varney and his wife Cheryl had a new son Keegan. We wish him a Happy belated birthday! He was born on the first day of practice in 2001.