The Richland 200 rolls on with 10 more athletes.
This fall, Richland County athletes are set to put on a show in high school sports and these 10 will be right in the thick of things.
Let's check out why they are set to make some noise when the leaves turn.
170: Braxton Hall, Ontario
As a junior basketball player last season, Hall tied for the No. 13 leading scorer in the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference collecting 10.6 points a night for the Warriors. He shot 31.7% from three making him a Top 20 shooter in the league as well. Hall was an honorable mention All-MOAC player last season and is in line to take a huge leap during his senior season. We will see him on the football and baseball fields as well as a starting wide receiver and second baseman. The Richland 200 loves multi-sport athletes.
169: Anna Blackstone, Lexington
As a junior cross country runner last season, Blackstone posted a 21:28.4 during the state meet to take 140th overall as Lady Lex's No. 7 runner. The week before state, she ran a 22:13.1 to take 45th at the regional meet for Lex, which won the regional championship. Now, she is a senior and is ready to make her last season her best.
168: Jade Adkins, Lexington
As a sophomore last year, Adkins was a district qualifier as a singles tennis player. She made her exit in her first match at districts but she had a great showing during the sectional tournament winning three matches before running into her teammate, Gracie Pfieffer, in the semifinals. With two more years left, Adkins is going to be a name to remember.
167: Carson Brubaker, Shelby
As a junior golfer for the Whippets last season, Brubaker posted the team's best score during the Division II district tournament firing a 42-43-85. It wasn't quite enough to make a move on a state placement as only the Top 2 individual scores that were not part of a qualifying team got to move on. Brubaker has one more year to charge toward a state qualifying spot and given his scores at last year's district tournament, watch out.
166: Trevin Smith, Lexington
As a junior golfer for the Minutemen last season, Smith had a strong showing at the Division I district tournament shooting a 47-43-90, which was good for the fourth-best team score. He joins a trio of returning seniors for Lexington giving the Minutemen some very high expectations heading into the 2023 season.
165: Hannah Smith, Lexington
As a junior golfer for Lexington last season, Smith had a great showing during the district tournament shooting a 44-43-87 marking the sixth-best score out of 60 golfers. It wasn't quite enough to grab an individual qualifying spot, but with her senior year approaching, that will be the goal for Smith in 2022.
164: Mary Wilkins, Shelby
Wilkins had been a major reason why the Shelby girls soccer program has taken off since its arrival just two years ago. Last season, Wilkins scored four goals and added two assists as the third-highest point collector on the team. She earned second team All-District and second team All-Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference for her efforts and is in line for an even bigger 2022 season.
163: Calah Rader, Mansfield Christian
Rader had a nice season for the Flames last year as their second-leading scorer with 10 goals and five assists helping them post a soccer record of 12-3-2. She earned second team All-District and second team All-Mid-Buckeye Conference honors for the MBC champs. She will be back for her senior season in 2022 ready to make some more noise and maybe lead the Flames on a deeper tournament run.
162: Quinten DeBolt, Mansfield Senior
DeBolt earned second team All-District honors in Division II and honorable mention All-Ohio Cardinal Conference during the 2021 boys soccer season for the Tygers. He scored four goals and added one assists as the Tygers went 4-11-2 giving them their most wins in a season since 2013. He should be able to help the Tygers take another step forward in the rebuild of the program.
161: Jayden Goad, Madison
Goad earned second team All-District in Division I and honorable mention All-Ohio Cardinal Conference during the 2021 boys soccer season for the Rams. He helped Madison go 5-8-3 as the young team keeps on growing. With guys like Goad leading the way, the Rams should have a nice 2022 season and beyond.
This article originally appeared on Mansfield News Journal: Richland 200: Expect successful fall seasons from Nos. 161-170