Rosters set for the 2018 Ohio Varsity Senior Shootout & Underclassmen Showcase

Ohio Varsity Senior Shootout

The stage is set for 80 of Northeast Ohio’s top high school basketball players to compete against each other in the 2018 Ohio Varsity Senior Shootout and Underclassmen Showcase, a fundraiser for The Wounded Warrior Project, which will be held at Ursuline College on Sunday, March 18, 2018.

Rosters have been finalized for all four games beginning at 12:00 p.m. with the Boys’ Underclassmen Showcase. The Girls’ Underclassmen Showcase will follow at 2:00 p.m. and the Girls’ Senior Shootout will tip off at 4:00 p.m. The Boys’ Senior Shootout will wrap-up the event at 6:00 p.m.

A 3-point shootout will take place at halftime of both Underclassmen Showcase games and the Ohio Varsity players and coaches of the year will be announced at halftime of the Senior Shootout contests.

Rosters for all eight teams are listed below. Over 240 nominations were received for the 80 roster spots. Each player was nominated by his or her coach or an opposing coach.


Each team in the Senior Shootout represents one branch of the United States Armed Forces. Players wear camouflage uniforms in the color of their respective service.


  • Brandon Barron, North
  • Hugh Brown, Hawken
  • Donny Castellarin, Mayfield
  • Dillon Coffey, Mayfield
  • Ryan Kooser, Kenston
  • Robbie Mulh, Cardinal
  • Caleb Ramey, West Geauga
  • Jax Shenkel, West Geauga
  • Michael Swartz, Kenston
  • Luke Timas, Cardinal


  • Jameson Campbell, Riverside
  • Kasey Carrabine, Fairport Harding
  • Nate Fawver, Madison
  • Matt Koski, Mentor
  • Joe Scerbo, Chardon
  • Corey Paugh, Fairport Harding
  • Tim Pillot, Berkshire
  • Brandon Samsa, Kirtland
  • Kyle Stefanski, Independence
  • Alex Sulka, Chardon



  • Grace Bradley, Chardon
  • Rachel Breckenridge, Berkshire
  • Gabby Culotta, Andrews-Osborne
  • Julie DeBaltzo, Mayfield
  • Hannah Fredrickson, Mayfield
  • Emily Harriman, Geneva
  • Shyenne Ledford, Madison
  • Hailey Peoples-O’Neil, Geneva
  • Sydney Snyder, Kirtland
  • Kayla White, Berkshire


  • Amanda Apanavicius, Riverside
  • Claire Dolan, Perry
  • Julie Hajdu, Kenston
  • Emma Lipkowski, Cuyahoga Heights
  • Anaunda Lyons, North
  • Lexi Martin, Cuyahoga Heights
  • Corenna Maynard, Kenston
  • Samantha Pirosko, North
  • Danajah Sanders, Brush
  • Hanna Traggiai, Cardinal

Ohio Varsity Underclassmen Showcase


Each team in the Underclassmen Showcase represents one of The Wounded Warrior Project’s core values.


  • Jimmy Arnold, North
  • Newshawn Brown, Wickliffe
  • Daylin Davis, Harvey
  • D.J. Dial, Brush
  • Wyatt Flynn, Independence
  • Devon Holbert, Harvey
  • Ryan Long, Kenston
  • Nassiem Salem, Cuyahoga Heights
  • Jake Sinkenbring, Berkshire
  • Brian Skolny, North


  • Chris Blauman, Madison
  • Robbie Bruncak, Cardinal
  • Dom Capretta, Kirtland
  • Matt Carney, Cardinal
  • Michael Favazzo, Mayfield
  • Josh Irwin, West Geauga
  • Andrew Keller, Riverside
  • Seann McGill, Kirtland
  • Julius Vann, Mayfield
  • Jenson Yonker, Chagrin Falls



  • Abby Carter, Geneva
  • Madison Chapman, Berkshire
  • Haylee Dmitruck, Independence
  • Katelyn Kinczel, Mayfield
  • Jenna Perry, Brush
  • Carly Perusek, Hawken
  • Catherine Rock, Mayfield
  • Jenna Sayle, Kirtland
  • Lauren Snyder, Kirtland
  • Jordan Vencill, Geneva


  • Rachel Apshago, Kenston
  • Camille Cummins, Cardinal
  • Nicola Ehrbar, West Geauga
  • Halle Landies, Chardon
  • Destiny Leo, North
  • Lauren Lutz, Kirtland
  • Marcie Oglesbee, Kenston
  • Taylor Valaitis, North
  • Riley Wilson, Independence
  • Elana Zebrowski, West Geauga
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The creator and publisher of, Hare has covered high school sports in Northeast Ohio since 1997. He began as a correspondent for the Lake County News Herald, where he contributed until 2011, primarily covering high school football and wrestling. In 1999, Hare began writing for, a member of the network of high school and college sports web sites. He focuses on covering Notre Dame football recruiting. was created in 2004 and was a member of the network until 2012. The site's original purpose was to cover Ohio high school football and recruiting news but since has grown to cover all sports and to provide sports information services to high school athletic programs and individual teams. Hare attended Willoughby South High School through the middle of his senior year, then graduated from Berkshire High School in Burton in 1986. He played football, wrestled and was an all-Geauga county baseball player (1986). He lives in Chardon with his wife Paulette and their children.