Junior Speedster Wants A Title

Cleveland Glenville will attempt to win their first ever state championship this Friday, when the Tarblooders play Loveland. While much of the attention goes to the Glenville senior stars, junior receiver Trevon Story can be a difference maker for his team.

Trevon Story has come up big for Cleveland Glenville several times this season, and the junior wide receiver will look for another big game this Friday. Glenville will play Loveland for the Ohio Division-II state championship.

Story, 5-foot-9, 165-pounds, might be the fastest player on the team, and his speed has been his main asset this season.

"I've had a really good season overall, both defensively and offensively," Story stated. "I didn't get the ball as much as I wanted, but we have a lot of talent on this team. I actually like defense better, but I will do whatever my coaches want."

A chance at a state championship has fueled Story's passion throughout this season.

"A state title would be so great for our community, but especially for our seniors," he explained. "The playoffs have been so intense, and our seniors have really led the way. We wanted to send them off with a state championship, so this is our shot."

Story holds two offers to date, from Georgia Tech and Kentucky. He might be the top offensive threat for Glenville next season.

"I do have the two offers and I like both schools, but I have spoken with a lot of different college coaches," Story said. "Michigan State, Indiana, Pittsburgh and Ohio State are showing interest. I have visited Ohio State for a game and it was really great down there."

"Ohio State said they will be recruiting me," he added. "I'm very interested in Ohio State, and I'm interested in every school right now. I know Pittsburgh plays freshmen, and they tell me I can play early for them. I will take a closer look at recruiting once my season is over."

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