Head coach Ryan Haines calls a play from the sideline. Haines and assistant coaches Ben Blankenship, Neal Kasner, Mark Matt, Brent Noes, Colton Pfeifer and Terry Seigfried guided the Greeneview Rams to a 10-0 regular season record.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

The Greeneview Rams won the Ohio Heritage Conference for the second time, and finished the regular season undefeated at 10-0 for the second time, in 2017. Seniors on the team were Jacob Green, Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette, Lane Goodbar, Hunter Grim and Tylor Tackett.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Junior placekicker Jon Brakeall (4) was reliable for extra points for the Greeneview Rams, converting 53 extra points during the regular season.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

The Rams cheerleaders lead the football team onto the field. Rams cheerleaders were Emily Butts, Brenna Heard, Brooke Hentrich, Lily Culbreath, Hanna Engle, Kacidee Bryant, Madison Sandlin, Emma Schnecker, Tori Sparkman and Katie West.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Quaterback Nick Clevenger (6) was named the Ohio Heritage Conference South Division’s Player of the Year.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Greeneview’s marching band proudly supported the football team throughout the season.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Senior Tyler Robinette (10) and the rest of the Greeneview secondary limited opponents to less than 90 passing yards per game during the undefeated regular season.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Senior Jacob Green (2) leads a group of Greeneview Rams through pregame warmups Nov. 3 before their playoff game with Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. The senior class was playing in its fourth consecutive postseason.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Greeneview senior captains (left to right) Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette and Tylor Tackett wait for the pre-game coin flip Nov. 3 in Cincinnati.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Sophomore lineman Michael Hanson (66) handled the Rams’ punting duties in 2017. Greeneview should have 28 underclassmen back from this season’s undefeated team, next year.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Sophomore Clay Payton (42) charges into the line during a play Nov. 3 in a Division V, Region 20 first round playoff game in Cincinnati.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Rams warm up against their teammates, Nov. 3 prior to the first-round playoff game against CHCA in Cincinnati.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

The bruising Greeneview running game averaged 299.1 yards per game during the 2017 regular season.


John Bombatch | Greene County News

Head coach Ryan Haines calls a play from the sideline. Haines and assistant coaches Ben Blankenship, Neal Kasner, Mark Matt, Brent Noes, Colton Pfeifer and Terry Seigfried guided the Greeneview Rams to a 10-0 regular season record.

The Greeneview Rams won the Ohio Heritage Conference for the second time, and finished the regular season undefeated at 10-0 for the second time, in 2017. Seniors on the team were Jacob Green, Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette, Lane Goodbar, Hunter Grim and Tylor Tackett.

Junior placekicker Jon Brakeall (4) was reliable for extra points for the Greeneview Rams, converting 53 extra points during the regular season.

The Rams cheerleaders lead the football team onto the field. Rams cheerleaders were Emily Butts, Brenna Heard, Brooke Hentrich, Lily Culbreath, Hanna Engle, Kacidee Bryant, Madison Sandlin, Emma Schnecker, Tori Sparkman and Katie West.

Quaterback Nick Clevenger (6) was named the Ohio Heritage Conference South Division’s Player of the Year.

Greeneview’s marching band proudly supported the football team throughout the season.

Senior Tyler Robinette (10) and the rest of the Greeneview secondary limited opponents to less than 90 passing yards per game during the undefeated regular season.

Senior Jacob Green (2) leads a group of Greeneview Rams through pregame warmups Nov. 3 before their playoff game with Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. The senior class was playing in its fourth consecutive postseason.

Greeneview senior captains (left to right) Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette and Tylor Tackett wait for the pre-game coin flip Nov. 3 in Cincinnati.

Sophomore lineman Michael Hanson (66) handled the Rams’ punting duties in 2017. Greeneview should have 28 underclassmen back from this season’s undefeated team, next year.

Sophomore Clay Payton (42) charges into the line during a play Nov. 3 in a Division V, Region 20 first round playoff game in Cincinnati.

Rams warm up against their teammates, Nov. 3 prior to the first-round playoff game against CHCA in Cincinnati.

The bruising Greeneview running game averaged 299.1 yards per game during the 2017 regular season.

Head coach Ryan Haines calls a play from the sideline. Haines and assistant coaches Ben Blankenship, Neal Kasner, Mark Matt, Brent Noes, Colton Pfeifer and Terry Seigfried guided the Greeneview Rams to a 10-0 regular season record.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_RyanHaines_PS.jpgHead coach Ryan Haines calls a play from the sideline. Haines and assistant coaches Ben Blankenship, Neal Kasner, Mark Matt, Brent Noes, Colton Pfeifer and Terry Seigfried guided the Greeneview Rams to a 10-0 regular season record. John Bombatch | Greene County News

The Greeneview Rams won the Ohio Heritage Conference for the second time, and finished the regular season undefeated at 10-0 for the second time, in 2017. Seniors on the team were Jacob Green, Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette, Lane Goodbar, Hunter Grim and Tylor Tackett.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_RamsHelmet_PS.jpgThe Greeneview Rams won the Ohio Heritage Conference for the second time, and finished the regular season undefeated at 10-0 for the second time, in 2017. Seniors on the team were Jacob Green, Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette, Lane Goodbar, Hunter Grim and Tylor Tackett. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Junior placekicker Jon Brakeall (4) was reliable for extra points for the Greeneview Rams, converting 53 extra points during the regular season.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_Brakeall4_PS.jpgJunior placekicker Jon Brakeall (4) was reliable for extra points for the Greeneview Rams, converting 53 extra points during the regular season. John Bombatch | Greene County News

The Rams cheerleaders lead the football team onto the field. Rams cheerleaders were Emily Butts, Brenna Heard, Brooke Hentrich, Lily Culbreath, Hanna Engle, Kacidee Bryant, Madison Sandlin, Emma Schnecker, Tori Sparkman and Katie West.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_RamsCheerleadersEntrance_PS.jpgThe Rams cheerleaders lead the football team onto the field. Rams cheerleaders were Emily Butts, Brenna Heard, Brooke Hentrich, Lily Culbreath, Hanna Engle, Kacidee Bryant, Madison Sandlin, Emma Schnecker, Tori Sparkman and Katie West. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Quaterback Nick Clevenger (6) was named the Ohio Heritage Conference South Division’s Player of the Year.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_PassProtection_PS.jpgQuaterback Nick Clevenger (6) was named the Ohio Heritage Conference South Division’s Player of the Year. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Greeneview’s marching band proudly supported the football team throughout the season.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_GreeneviewBand_PS.jpgGreeneview’s marching band proudly supported the football team throughout the season. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Senior Tyler Robinette (10) and the rest of the Greeneview secondary limited opponents to less than 90 passing yards per game during the undefeated regular season.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_Defense10_PS.jpgSenior Tyler Robinette (10) and the rest of the Greeneview secondary limited opponents to less than 90 passing yards per game during the undefeated regular season. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Senior Jacob Green (2) leads a group of Greeneview Rams through pregame warmups Nov. 3 before their playoff game with Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. The senior class was playing in its fourth consecutive postseason.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_LineRun_PS.jpgSenior Jacob Green (2) leads a group of Greeneview Rams through pregame warmups Nov. 3 before their playoff game with Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. The senior class was playing in its fourth consecutive postseason. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Greeneview senior captains (left to right) Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette and Tylor Tackett wait for the pre-game coin flip Nov. 3 in Cincinnati.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_CaptainsWaiting_PS.jpgGreeneview senior captains (left to right) Griffin Mangan, Tyler Robinette and Tylor Tackett wait for the pre-game coin flip Nov. 3 in Cincinnati. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Sophomore lineman Michael Hanson (66) handled the Rams’ punting duties in 2017. Greeneview should have 28 underclassmen back from this season’s undefeated team, next year.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_RamsPunter66_PS.jpgSophomore lineman Michael Hanson (66) handled the Rams’ punting duties in 2017. Greeneview should have 28 underclassmen back from this season’s undefeated team, next year. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Sophomore Clay Payton (42) charges into the line during a play Nov. 3 in a Division V, Region 20 first round playoff game in Cincinnati.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_42Run_PS.jpgSophomore Clay Payton (42) charges into the line during a play Nov. 3 in a Division V, Region 20 first round playoff game in Cincinnati. John Bombatch | Greene County News

Rams warm up against their teammates, Nov. 3 prior to the first-round playoff game against CHCA in Cincinnati.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_RamsRamsWarmup_PS.jpgRams warm up against their teammates, Nov. 3 prior to the first-round playoff game against CHCA in Cincinnati. John Bombatch | Greene County News

The bruising Greeneview running game averaged 299.1 yards per game during the 2017 regular season.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_RBleft_PS.jpgThe bruising Greeneview running game averaged 299.1 yards per game during the 2017 regular season. John Bombatch | Greene County News