A look back at local sports in 2010Jeff HarrisonSpecial to the EnterpriseFrom league championships to state tournament appearances....from all-star recognition to milestone victories...from happy memories to sadness over the loss of well-respected individuals...it's been another memorable year of local sports in The Daily Jeffersonian's coverage area.Here's a look back at the local sports scene in 2010:Barnesville High's Kurtis Jefferis and Kody Crooks captured individual titles at the 57th annual Ron Mauck OVAC Wrestling Championships. Jefferis went on to finish as the OHSAA state tournament runner-up in Division III. Other local wrestlers earning all-Ohio were Andrew Bertubin of Cambridge and Jeremy Border of Caldwell...In girls' basketball, Cambridge enjoyed a record-setting season with 18 regular season wins. The Lady Bobcats captured the East Central Ohio League crown, won the sectional title and finished as D-II District runner-up with a final 21-3 record.CHS senior Carly Kehn earned Eastern District D-II was named second team D-II all-Ohio while Dan Linscott earned ECOL "Coach of the Year" honors...In boys' basketball, John Glenn compiled an overall 18-4 record and won the Muskingum Valley League championship. Junior Jake Heagen was named MVL "Player of the Year" and Greg Woodard earned "Coach of the Year" honors...Meadowbrook and Barnesville both finished as district runner-ups, the Colts in D-II and the Shamrocks in D-III...Cambridge native Geno Ford was selected as the Mid-American Conference men's basketball "Coach of the Year" at Kent State University for guiding his team to the conference regular season championship and an NIT Tournament berth and he is rewarded with a new two-year contract...The District 12 Basketball Coaches Association added five new members to its Hall of Fame, including Gene Ford of Cambridge (coach); Matt Powell of Barnesville and Mike Smith of Buckeye Trail (boys); and Amber Ellison of Meadowbrook and Cathy Clark of Fort Frye (girls)...Jesse Wells, a graduate of Shenandoah High School and Mount Union College, is named the new head football coach at Meadowbrook High School. He later adds head wrestling coach and athletic director to his resume...Muskingum University softball coach Donna Newberry records her NCAA Division III record 900th career victory....Mike Andrews is named boys' basketball coach at Cambridge, Rod Gray takes over the reins at Buckeye Trail and Clint Crane is tabbed at Caldwell...The John Glenn softball team makes a run to the OHSAA Division II State Tournament, winning the sectional, district and regional titles along the way. The Lady Muskies also captured a sixth straight Muskingum Valley League championship...Cambridge's Tyler Hardesty earns OVAC Class 4-A "Player of the Year" honors in baseball...Caldwell High's Tyler Cordell repeat as an all-Ohioan, finishing fifth in the 800-meters at the state track meet. Team-wise, John Glenn's boys are co-champions of the MVL and D-II District runner-up and the Meadowbrook girls finish as the D-II District runner-up...Byesville's Jerod Yakubik, a product of Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans High School and Ohio University, is selected in the 34th round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and enjoys a productive rookie season in Arizona...The 10th anniversary of the Cambridge Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is another success and the event featured the inaugural Hall of Fame selections - Sam Salupo, John Jones, Ralph Ray and Dr. James Chlovechok. Sadly, Chlovechok perished in a fire at his home later in the year...West Virginia snaps a five-year losing streak to Ohio in the 65th annual Rudy Mumley OVAC All-Star Football Charity Classic and Muskingum Valley takes a one-game lead in the Muskingum Valley-Licking County All-Star Game...The Class of 2010 is inducted at the seventh Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Hall of Fame Banquet, with 17 individuals honored. Among them was the late Bill Davies, long-time journalist at The Enterprise in Barnesville who was also a contributing sports writer to The Daily Jeffersonian...The John Glenn High School Athletic Hall of Fame inductees included Jim Enochs, John Moon, William "Bill" Ruby and Lindsay Larrick Schnittker...It was a good year in local volleyball, with Cambridge and Caldwell winning OVAC championships and the Lady Redskins also finishing as the Division IV District runner-up. Buckeye Trail, meanwhile qualified for both the OVAC and District tournaments, picking up the school's 700th victory along the way.Trail senior Alexa Abrams is named first team all-Ohio as well as "Player of the Year" in the OVAC and District 12. Rod Johnson of Cambridge is the OVAC Class 4-A "Coach of the Year" and Trail's Jeff Beros is the PVC and Eastern District Division III "Coach of the Year"...Caldwell's football team went 9-1, just missing out on a third straight trip to the OHSAA playoffs. Coach Mike DeVol is named Eastern District Division V "Coach of the Year" and three of his players - Dylan Sayre and Cody Morris (second team) and Pat Pickenpaugh (third team) gained all-Ohio Division V accolades.Also gaining all-Ohio honors were Cambridge's Caleb Gunn (first team Division III) and Newcomerstown's Serafin Sanchez (second team Division V)John Glenn's John Kelley picked up his 100th win as the Muskies' coach and 200th win overall...Legendary Muskingum University softball coach Donna Newberry, who posted more than 900 softball coaching victories and 400 women's basketball wins, passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer at the age of 58...John Glenn High junior midfielder Cassie Dubov earned second team all-Ohio recognition in soccer...John Glenn product Matt Heagen earned second team all-Ohio Athletic Conference accolades as a senior linebacker at Capital University...Michigan State University senior punter Aaron Bates, a product of John Glenn High, was named all-Big Ten -- first team by the media and second team by the coaches...