Buckeye Bucks Football: Welcome
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Welcome To Buck Country
You have found the internet home of the Buckeye High School Varsity Football team of Medina, Ohio, who completed their 66th Season of play at the conclusion of 2018. They had the best campaign in school history. They went 9-1 in the regular season, made their 6th straight appearance in the OHSAA Playoffs, however this time they were ranked 3rd in Division III Region 9 and hosted the Alliance Aviators at Steingass Field and got their first Playoff win 28-25 advancing to Week 12. The following week they played the 2nd ranked Kenston Bombers at Bearcat Field in Bedford and were eliminated by a 40-21 score. They broke through a barrier and history was made raising the bar for the 2019 squad and the teams that come after them.
As of the end of 2017 they have scored 3,267 points against the PAC12 opponents, while giving up 1,343 in 98 Games owning a 81-17-0 conference record. This was the final season of play for the Bucks in the Patriot Athletic Conference. The PAC12 is being disolved at the end of the school year. The Bucks, along with PAC member Fairview will move to the Great Lakes Conference which was formed in 2015 and begin play in the 2019 Season. That conference now contains 7 teams and will expand to 9. The other members are Bay, Elyria Catholic, Holy Name, Normandy, Parma, Rocky River and Valley Forge.
The 2018 season was the 2nd under Head Coach Greg Dennison who came to the Bucks prior to the 2017 season. The Bucks also claimed their 6th straight PAC12 Stars Division Crown, which is their 10th overall in the 14 seasons of PAC play.
Coach Dennison is the 16th Head Coach in Bucks History he has a 20-3 record in his 2 seasons here. He was an assistant coach during 2016 for the Brunswick Blue Devils. Prior to that he led the Wadsworth Grizzles for 21 Seasons from 1995-2015. His accomplishents there have him in the company of some of the greatest coaches in Medina County history. He compiled a 148-77-0 recored and led the Grizzles to Suburban League Titles in 1996, 2007 and 2009 along with three regional final appearances in 1999, 2003 and 2011. His record at the end of this season gives him a 168-80 record which is good for 2nd All Time in Medina County behind Black River's Al Young who retired at the end of 2018.
PAC12 Stars Division Champs
(10): 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018
Ohio High School Athletic Association - Division III
State Qualifier (10): 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018
Go Bucks!! Buckeye Pride!!
2018 All Ohio Football Selections
Congratulations to Senior Ryan Smith (OL) on being chosen 1st Team Offensive Lineman on the Division III All Ohio Football Team. Senior Dominic Monaco (LB) was also chosen a Division III All Ohio Football Award Winner Third Team and Senior WR/DB Anthony Watkins was given Division III All Ohio Special Mention.
2018 All Northeast Inland District Selections
Congratulations To These Buckeye Players!
|2018||Dominic Monaco||Outside Linebacker||First Team|
|2018||Ryan Smith||Offensive Line||First Team|
|2018||Anthony Watkins||Defensive Back||First Team|
|2018||Logan Schulz||Defensive Lineman||Second Team|
|2018||Jacob Doerge||Quarterback||Honorable Mention|
|2018||Michael Knoll||Defensive Back||Honorable Mention|
|2018||Logan Steppenbacker||Defensive Back||Honorable Mention|
2018 Buckeye Football Awards
Bucks Individual Awards:
The Ohio High School Athletic Association oversees all sports for high school athletes. They also do the rankings for the football teams which determine which 8 teams make the playoffs at the conclusion of the season. They have alot of good information there for parents and student athletes. Here is the link to the OHSAA site. Another good site for high school football scores and rankings is Joe Eitel's site for Ohio HS scores. Joe ranks all the teams in their respective divisions and though "unofficial" for years he is now the "official" source of the OSHAA for their rankings. Last but not least if you are still not getting enough high school football information to feed your habit try Dan Pasteur's Ohio Fantastic 50, MaxPreps or JJ Huddle.