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NAME: Conner Cravaack
SCHOOL: Madeira High School
SPORT(S): Basketball-Football
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Committing to play football at the University of Akron
BIRTHDATE: 5/13/2004
HEIGHT: 6'5"-225 lbs.
PARENTS: John & Hillary

Madeira senior Conner Cravaack is a two-sport all-star athlete in football and basketball.

Entering this season in basketball, Conner, a center and forward, already had 564 rebounds, which is third all-time in school history. He also has scored 1,200+ points in his great varsity career.

Conner is coming off a stellar junior campaign when he averaged a double-double (18.8 points-10.1 rebounds) for the season. Big games included vs. Goshen (33 points-14 rebounds), Deer Park (30 points-11 rebounds) and Batavia (28 points-5 rebounds). For his accomplishments, he was named first-team all-CHL for the second straight year, first-team all-District 16, second-team all-Southwest Ohio and honorable mention all-Ohio Div. III.

He is having a good senior season, too, averaging a double-double per game. After 16 games, he is leading the CHL in scoring average (21.4) and rebounds (11.6) as the Mustangs got off to an 13-3 start (9-1 in league play). He has had big games vs. Wyoming (32 points-15 rebounds), Taylor (30 points-12 rebounds), CHCA (27 points-17 rebounds) and Finneytown (27 points-12 rebounds). He currently ranks near the top in school history in points scored and is only a handful of points away from tying the total put up by his older brother, Jack, at Madeira.

In football, Conner, an all-star tight end and defensive end, has committed to play at the University of Akron. His junior year, he had 38 catches for 476 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, he had 44 tackles and seven sacks. He was first-team all-CHL, second-team all-city, first-team SWO and third-team all-state. He followed this up with a senior campaign in which he had 31 receptions for 490 yards and three touchdowns. On defense, he had 73 tackles, two fumble recoveries and 4.5 sacks. He was named first-team all-CHL, first-team all-city Div. V-VII (Enquirer), first-team all-Southwest Ohio and first-team all-Ohio, Div. He was also a finalist for the prestigious "That's My Boy" Award, presented by the Cincinnati chapter of the National Football Foundation.

A good student with more than 55 hours of community service during high school. His favorite athlete is Joe Burrow, favorite entertainer is Zach Bryan, favorite book is the Percy Jackson series and favorite movie is the Shawshank Redemption.

COACH'S QUOTE – "When you have a player that has tremendous ability but then matches that with an amazing work ethic, you know you have a special player."
— Rick Rockwell, Varsity Basketball Coach

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