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<center>2001 Golden Jag Award</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Jul 29, 2007 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Adam Radtke was the receipient of the 2001 Golden Jag Award. He played tailback and halfback during the 2000 and 2001 seasons.

He was a team leader and demonstrated plenty of heart, pride, and discipline during his tenure with the Jags. Adam played 2 seasons total with the Jags and collected a championship with the 2000 Varsity Squad in a win over the Colts 20-6.

Update: Adam transferred to Brunswick High School where he played basketball and graduated in 2007. He attended the United States Coast Guard Academy and graduated in 2011. He is on active duty and lives in Louisiana. We thank him for his service.

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2006 Banquet

Posted by Dave Rea at Apr 19, 2007 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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<center>2004 Golden Jag Award</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Feb 12, 2007 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Ryan McCormick was the recipient of the 2004 Golden Jag Award. He has been a running back and linebacker the last 3 seasons on Varsity, after 1 year with the Jag JV Squad in 2001. He has been a team leader with the Varsity and approaches each practice and game with plenty of heart, pride, and discipline during his seasons with the Jags JV and Varsity.

Congratulations Ryan you have contributed much to the Jaguars during your playing time, and we are proud of you!

 Update: Ryan played for the Bucks from 2006-2009. He rushed for 1,324 yards in his career and maintained a 5.7 yards per carry average. He was 3 of 5 on field goals over the last 2 seasons and 48 of 56 on extra points. His 179 points rank him number three on Buckeye's All Time Scoring list.

Ryan graduated in May of 2010 and is currently attending the University of Akron. He was an Honorary Captain for the Jaguars at the 2010 Championship Game.

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<center>2006 Iron Jag Award</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Nov 19, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
The Iron Jag Award for 2006 went to Shane Cook. Shane spent 7 seasons with the Jaguars. He started with the Jags Flag in 2000, then played with the JV for three years in 2001-2003, and spent the last 3 with the Jags Varsity. He represented Heart, Pride and Discipline that are the cornerstone of Jaguar Football.

He stepped it up this seaon for new Coach Dave Kargle and became a team leader and a player that could be depended upon in both practices and games. Congratulations Shane! The Jags are proud of you!

Update: Shane played for the Bucks from 2008-2011. He graduated in the spring of 2012 and is currently studying criminal justince at Notre Dame College of Ohio and is in the National Guard.

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<center>2005 Golden Jag Award - Part 2</center>

Posted by Dave Rea at Oct 25, 2005 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
The Golden Jag Award for 2005 is a co-award between two players since the coaches couldn't decide on just one, and they account for the Iron Jag award too. The second recipient is Austin Friel who is the first 7 year player to go through Buckeye Youth Football. The Jags had only 6 returners from the 2004 squad and his leadership and discipline at Quarterback was very much needed.

Austin started with the Panters Flag in 1999, then moved to the Jags Flag in 2000. He then spent three seasons with the JV from 2001 to 2003. He moved to Varsity in 2004 and finished his second season there in 2005. Congratulations Austin, the Jags are proud of you!

Update: Austin played for the Bucks from 2007-2010. He was the back up QB to former Jaguar Mike Kelly who was a senior in the 2009 season. Austin stepped into the starting QB position for the Bucks in 2010. He finished is career with 277 yards rushing and was 120 of 260 passing for 1,526 yards. He tossed 8 touchdown passes and scored 48 points for the Bucks. He made 2nd Team Offense on the Patriot Athletic Conference for his senior year and graduated in 2011. Austin is currently working at MC Sports and attending the University of Akron.

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