Labensky commits football division one

By, Juliana Packard

Carson Labensky has signed to continue his academic and athletic career at the University of Dayton.

“I chose Dayton because it was close to home, had great academics and the football team’s culture is extremely well developed,” Labensky said. 

Carson Labensky has been a part of Bellbrook football for most of his life. “It was amazing to play the sport I love with friends, and most of the team grew up playing football together which made the experience more enjoyable,” he said.

University of Dayton announced Labensky’s signing on their Instagram page.

Labensky chose to continue his football career because he felt, “It wasn’t time to hang up the pads.” He is most excited to play college football due to the different play styles and the elevated athletes.

Carson Labensky had many offers to play college football including Thomas More University, Ohio Dominican, Wilmington University, and Bluffton University. But at the end of the day, he chose the University of Dayton. Labensky’s goal for his career in college is to win as many games as possible while helping his team.

Labensky is known at Bellbrook High School for not only being a skilled two-sport athlete, but a dedicated student. Carson Labensky is going to major in Supply Chain Management due to the class at BHS that made him realize he truly enjoys it.

Carson Labensky has been playing football for Bellbrook his whole life.

Labensky already understands the increased amount of effort he will put in at college. The team’s schedule includes lifting five times a week and conditioning two days a week during the off-season. During the season, however, he has lifting four days a week, practice four days a week, and games on Saturday all while being a full-time college student.


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