2011-2012 ELHS Sports Season
ALL REVIEW FOOTBALL
Zac Madison, Offensive Line, East Liverpool, Sr.
Marky Thompkins, QB, East Liverpool, Sr.
Malcolm Wade, Offensive Line, East Liverpool, Sr.
Mikey Williams, Linebacker, East Liverpool, Sr.
John Miscuk, East Liverpool
Mow Mow Thompson, East Liverpool
All - District
Marky Thompkins, East Liverpool, Sr.
Mikey Williams, East Liverpool, Sr.
Zac Madison, East Liverpool, Sr.
2011 ELHS FOOTBALL BANQUET
Marky Thompkins, QB/RB/Strong Safety, East Liverpool, Sr.
Mikey Williams, RB/Outside Linebacker, East Liverpool, Sr.
Zac Madison, Linemen, East Liverpool, Sr
Malcom Wade, East Liverpool, Sr
This was not the year that Senior QB Marky Thompkins had expected to have. However, reality is what it is and halfway through the second game of the season he suffered an ankle injury that forced him to miss the rest of that game and 4 more games as well.
In spite of that setback he still managed 94 rushes for 493 yards for a 5.2 average and score 6 touchdowns rushing. His passing stats for the year were 21-51-3, for 286 yards and 3 touchdowns. There was at least one punt return for a TD during the year.
Having started all ten games at QB his Sophomore year, all ten his Junior year and approximately 6 games his Senior year he leaves the EL gridiron having left the following impact on ELHS Football history books:
Total career rushing yards = 1949* yards.
Total career Passing Yards = 2346* yards.
Total career yards = 4295*
*These stats have to be checked since they may be higher. We are not sure that Marky's last game against Weirton was figured in them. In that game he scored 4 TDs, gained 106 yards on 5 carries, completed 4 of 5 passes for 107 yards including a 30 yard TD pass to his younger brother, Revel Tompkins who is was a Sophomore this past season. He also returned a interception for a TD.
Marky would be the first to tell you he didn't accomplish that in a vacuum. There were a lot of teammates along the way that played roles in making that happen but Marky, obviously, played a major role in it as well. Congratulations Marky.
The ELHS Volleyball team set records this year in winning more games than ever in school history and advancing further than ever before in tournament play.
Potters battled until the end in Elite 8 match
ZANESVILLE -In the words of Paul Simon, "Time it was, and what a time it was"
The East Liverpool volleyball team's dream season came to a close in an Ohio Division II Regional Final against Columbus Bishop Hartley Saturday afternoon at the Winland Memorial Gymnasium at Zanesville High School. The Hawks defeated the Potters in three games, 26-24, 25-15, 25-13.
With the loss, the Potters ended their stellar season with a record of 25-2.
The match was the final one for East Liverpool's five seniors, Allison English, Kelly Kiger, Kelsie .Wymer, Mallory Waggle and Whittni Davidson
Excerpt from: By AARON PE1CHAL email@example.com Thursday November 10, 2011 The Review
ALL REVIEW VOLLEYBALL
Kelly Kiger, East Liverpool, Sr.
Whittni Davidson, East Liverpool, Sr.
Kelsie Wymer, East Liverpool, Sr.
Taylor Jordan, East Liverpool, Jr.
Allison English, East Liverpool, Sr.
Mallory Waggle, East Liverpool, Sr.
Jordyn Adkins, East Liverpool
Morgan Campbell, East Liverpool
COACHES OF THE YEAR: Bob Shansky, East Liverpool;
Blake Prince East Liverpool So.
Joey Cilone East Liverpool So.
Alex Watson East Liverpool Jr.
Matt Hilditch (E. Liverpool
Player of the Year: Blake Prince, East Liverpool
Coach of the Year: Ben Wright, East Liverpool
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Nate Boyer East Liverpool Jr.
Jake Densmore East Liverool Fr.
Shae Long (E. Liverpool)
Runner of the Year: Nate Boyer, East Liverpool
Coach of the Year: Scott Thornberry, East Liverpool
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Emily Kotfis East Liverpool Jr.
Jordi Warrick East Liverpool Sr.
Hayley Lucas (E. Liverpool);
Kaleb Riggle East Liverpool Jr.
Cole Butler, Kevin Bankes (East Liverpool)
Alyssa Culp East Liverpool Sr.
Kelsey Diddle, (East Liverpool)
Chelsea Possage, (East Liverpool)
Courtesy The Review, Friday, December 9, 2011.
2011-2012 BASKETBALL ALL-REVIEW
Marky Thompkins, EL, Sr.
Mow Mow Thompson, EL, Sr.
Christian Kyle, EL, Sr.
Brian Beverly, EL, Sr.
Seth Talbott, EL, Sr.
Coaches of the Year
Nate Conley, Tony Kovalesky
Marky Thompkins, 5'10, SR., 15.5
Mow Mow Thompson
Regular season record 17-3
Columbiana Co. B-ball Coaches Association BOYS ALL-STARS
Mow Mow Thompson
Player of the Year:Marky Thompkins
Coach of the Year:Nate Conley
ASSOCIATED PRESS BOYS DIVISION II ALL-OHIO TEAM
Marky Thompkins, East Liverpool,
Some highlights of the season:December 14, 2011 against Beaver Local at home Marky Thompkins and Mow Mow Thompson each scored 30+ points in the same game. Mow Mow Thompson scored 33 while Marky Thompkins scored 31 points. That was a first in East Liverpool High School Basketball that had happened. The final score was 107 -79
Friday night January 7, 2011, in a game against Youngstown Cardinal Mooney, Marky Thompkins became only the 7th member of the ELHS Basketball 1000 point club.
The Potters were 10-0 at home.
The Potters won the Ohio Division II Eastern District Sectional Co-Final played at Ohio University in St. Clairsville.
The Potters Lost to St Clairsville in the OHSAA Div. II Eastern District Final.
The Potters ended the season with a 19-4 overall record.
Marky Thompkins and Mow Mow Thompson will play in the annual Samuel A. Mumley OVAC All-Star Basketball Classic which will be played April 1, 2012 at Ohio University-Eastern in St. Clairsville.