Two Geauga County football players presented with $1,000 scholarships.
Connor Krouse of West Geauga and Peter LeMaster of Chardon were the winners of the Geauga County Touchdown Club $1,000 scholarships this year.
Krouse, the son of Lynn and the late Tony Krouse of Russell Township, was a three-year letterman for West Geauga High School. He was a quarterback for the Wolverines.
He was selected as the 2013 Geauga County Touchdown Club Offense Most Valuable Player – Large School. Connor plans to attend Notre Dame College in South Euclid and pursue a degree in accounting.
LeMaster, son of Betsy and Jared LeMaster of Munson Township, was a three-year letterman at Chardon High School.
LeMaster was a linebacker for the Hilltoppers. He was named to the 2013 Geauga County Touchdown Club Defense First Team – Large School. Peter plans to study mechanical engineering at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
The Geauga County Touchdown Club was founded in 1992.
The club has the following objectives: Promote the best interest of football in Geauga County; Foster good sportsmanship for the betterment of all youth in Geauga County; and Give more exposure to our outstanding student athletes thus enabling them to further their education.
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