Ted Bollenbacher

Ted Bollenbacher

Class of 1971

Ted earned four varsity letters in Baseball, three in Football and two in Basketball at Parkway High School. He was named Parkway’s Most Valuable Player in Baseball in 1970 and 1971. Ted threw four no hitters in league play. In 1970, Ted averaged an amazing 2.3 strikeouts per inning pitched. He was one of only fifty-eight players in Ohio to be named All-State in Baseball during the 1971 season. Ted was named to the Mercer County All-Star Team in 1968, 1969, 1970, and 1971. He was the first person ever selected to the All-Star Team all four years of high school. Ted was named Most Valuable Player in Basketball at Parkway during his senior year. He was also selected to the All Mercer County Team his senior year. After graduation, Ted attended Rangely College where he earned two varsity letters in Baseball and won the Most Valuable Player award in 1973.