Lebanon High School’s Power Player(s) of the Week: Jacob Kresslein, Aaron Abbott, Jacquelyn Crow

Lebanon, OH — Lebanon Ford understands the importance of our supporting our nations youth, which is why we take great pride in sponsoring the Lebanon High School Power Player of the Week. Each week for the remainder of the school year coaches from each Lebanon High School athletic team will nominate one of their own to receive the Power Player of the Week award. While we receive many submissions only the top students are chosen based upon: Academic & athletic performance, community service/involvement and leadership. Congratulations to the following recipients…

Week One

Lebanon High School ImageJacob Kresslein – A captain for the men’s warrior soccer team, Jacob did an outstanding job this past summer organizing “open fields” and conditioning sessions for the team. He has works extremely hard in the off season and is without question “our fittest young man” says coach, Stephen S Poitinger. Jacob is poised to lead the Warriors to an outstanding soccer season this fall.  As for Call to Serve, he set up the Ford Display and Booth for the big Drive One 4UR School fundraiser a month or two ago. He is also trying to secure an appointment into the US Naval Academy, US Coast Guard Academy, or US Merchant Marine Academy.   He is one of the top students in his class (4.00 + GPA; top 10 rank) and recently was awarded a 5 on the AP US history test (highest score).

 

Week Two

Lebanon High School ImageAaron Abbott – a Senior tailback on the Warriors football team.  Aaron ran for 231 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Lebanon 26-20 win over Loveland last Friday.  He also added 34 yards on a kickoff return.  Aaron is ranked #2 in the Senior Class at Lebanon High School.

 

 

 

 

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Jacquelyn Crow made it two in a row this week winning the Lebanon Invitational Cross Country Meet in a strong field of 188 runners.  Jacquelyn also won the Brian Plasman Invitational last week in Fairfield.  Jacquelyn is a Sophomore at LHS and a straight-A student.

 

 

 

 

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