36HEAD COACH COACHES CENTERVILLE BOYS LACROSSE Troy Stehlin We are looking forward to the 2020 season with seven seniors of which three have committed to play collegiate lacrosse. The season schedule is an ambitious one that hopes to prepare players for another state tournament run. Some highlights include playing the most-winningest program in MHSAA history, Brother Rice HS, and taking on perennial Ohio powerhouse, Upper Arlington HS. The program will focus our efforts on our leadership principles FAMILY and RELENTLESSNESS. We hope that anyone who attends our game will come away with the impression of a family-like teamwork and relentless attitude on the field. Head Varsity Coach: Troy Stehlin L-R: Troy Stehlin, Thomas Ravlin, Connor Carroll Coach Stehlin is entering his fifth season as Head Coach at Centerville High School. Prior to the head coach job at Centerville, Troy worked with Coach Tim McKay at Indian Hill High School as a JV head coach and Varsity Assistant. During his coaching career, Coach Stehlin has had opportunities to coach at the Naval Academy and numerous summer tournaments with the Cincy Royals amassing wins against Leading Edge (NJ), Casey Powell’s World Lacrosse (FL), and PROMO (MO). Troy became the winningest varsity coach in Centerville lacrosse history during the 2019 season and achieved the most wins in a single season (18) in that same season. Troy is proud to have coached players that have gone on to play at Mount Union, Capital University, Roanoke, Denver University, University of Dubuque, Ohio State University, UMass-Lowell, Bellarmine, Ohio Wesleyan University, and Otterbein University. He works as an English teacher with Centerville City Schools. Coach Stehlin loves spending time with his wife Caroline, son Quinn, and dog Jake when he is away from lacrosse.
VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE TEAM Back Row (L-R): Coach Stehlin, Andrew Frantom, Jason Rohrer, Matthew Mercer, Justin Bemis, Nicholas Fox, Justin Brogan, Gage Kettlewell, Coach Carrol Middle Row (L-R): Colin Brunner, Austin Bacon, Ben Gabriel, Trayce Cowgill, Mitch Eads, Sam Wentz, Nikhil Desai, Trevor Tismo Front Row (L-R): Mikey Collins, Mason Meilinger, Joe Weber, Brad Fisher, Nolan Young, Vincent Friesinger, Anthony Carusone, Arnold Fitzharris 37