Firstly, during his time in High School and College at Kenston High School and Trinity Christian College respectively, Ryan Tevepaugh Development was a decorated student athlete. Consequently, at Kenston he played baseball, football, and basketball. He broke single season and all-time records for the baseball team and the football team. Further, after high school he broke onto the college baseball scene for the Trinity Christian College Trolls baseball team where by his Junior year he was a captain on the team. During his time with the Trolls he played second base and shortstop. In addition to his athletic endeavors, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology.

Ryan Tevepaugh

Ryan Tevepaugh Development

Above all, Ryan enjoyed his time playing for these schools immensely. Subsequently, when he thinks back he has a lot of positive memories of his teammates, coaches, and some of the great seasons that they had. Similarly, he has similar memories about his academics as his teachers were able to help him realize the importance of a good education. In conclusion, Ryan is thankful for his time at these institutions and is appreciative for all of the people he met along the way and that helped him achieve his goals.

Career Records

Career Hits Patrick Porter- 152 Brett Tevepaugh- 132 Alex Monroe- 126 Hit by Pitch Eric Monroe- 25 Alex Monroe- 18 Brett Tevepaugh- 16 Career RBI Patrick Porter- 112 Alex Monroe- 102 Bobby Dubovec- 95 Doubles Patrick Porter- 35 Brett Tevepaugh- 34 Triples Patrick Porter- 28 Luke Ullman- 18 Alex Monroe- 18 Brett Tevepaugh- 16 Home Runs Runs Scored Patrick Porter- 137, 2011 Brett Tevepaugh- 132, 2008 Batting Average Alex Monroe- .501 Brett Tevepaugh- .491, 2008 Bobby Dubovec- .457 Patrick Porter- .456 Stolen Bases Brett Tevepaugh- 102, 2008 Fielding Put Outs Filed Under: Baseball Results by on

Single Season Records

Plate Appearances: Batting Average: .578 Bobby Dubovec, 2002 .561 Patrick Porter, 2011 Slugging Percentage: 1122% Patrick Porter, 2011 Most Stolen Bases: Most at Bats: Most Hits: Runs Scored: 47 Patrick Porter, 2011 39 Brett Tevepaugh, 2007 35 Patrick Porter, 2009 34 Joe Rengers, 2007 30 Austin Bailey, 2011 30 Joe

High school football: Area regular-season passing yards leaders

Mitch Trubisky, Mentor 2011 3,085. George Gresko, North 2009 2,932. Ray Russ, South 2010 2,845. Tadas Tatarunas, Mentor 2015 2,616. Mitch Trubisky, Mentor 2012 2,470. Mike Nieser, University 2003 2,441. Mike Federico, South 2015 2,406. Jeff Henfling, Richmond Hts.

Bombers defuse mistakes, win wacky district final

Try as they might, the Kenston Bombers couldn’t run themselves out of a district championship. Kenston pulled out two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to rally past Jefferson. The final score of the Division II district final at Havens Baseball Complex in Jefferson was 8-7.

Baseball All-Ohio 2004

2004 Baseball All-Ohio Teams as selected by the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association

#3 Ryan Tevepaugh

Year: Senior Hometown: Chagrin Falls, OHHeight: 5-9Position: Short StopHigh School: Kenston High School. Career: Ryan is a third-year player at Trinity…….is a team captain…….transferred from Muskingum College (OH) in 2005 …….started at short stop…