NAME: Jake Ohmer
SCHOOL: Scott High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2017
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Breaking Scott's career scoring record as a junior and surpassing 2,000 points as a senior
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'-170 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Kenton County
PARENTS: Pete & Melissa
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Parents
FUTURE GOAL: Graduate college
A four-year varsity starter, senior Jake Ohmer upon graduation will be leaving Scott High School with a slew of basketball records and will go down in Eagles’ history as one of the best ever. He already has scored more than 2,000 points in his varsity career, the first Scott player to accomplish this feat.
So far this season, Jake has big-time scoring games with 40+ points vs. Holy Cross (44 points), Mason County (41) and Pendleton County (40).
His junior year, Jake averaged a single-season school record of 26.5 points a game, the top average in Northern Kentucky. His 54 points scored vs. George Rogers Clark set a school single-game scoring record, and his 796 points scored is a school single-season record.
Jake’s numerous honors include last year being named to the district and regional all-tournament teams, 1st team NKY and honorable mention all-state.
Also a baseball player as an infielder and pitcher, Jake last season hit .333 with 21 RBI and on the mound went 5-3 with a 1.98 ERA. He was honorable mention all-state and was selected to play in the Kentucky State Junior All-Star Game.
Very active in community service, Jake plans on playing basketball at the next level but has not yet selected a college.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Jake's will to win supersedes all personal accolades. His humble, but competitive, nature is what makes him a great player and teammate."
— Steve Fromeyer, Basketball Coach
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