Name: Noah Korenoski

School: Ferndale Area

Age:  17

Grade: 12

Sports: Wrestling (in co-op with Westmont Hilltop), football and baseball

Parents: Colleen and Justin Korenoski, of Lorain Borough

Athletic achievements: Two-time wrestling regional qualifier; in football, two-time SAFCA defensive MVP

Coach’s quote: “Noah has a been foundation within our lineup for the past four years, over that time accumulating over 100 individual wins and helping this team to state-level success. He has always been a hard worker, and over his high school career he has also evolved into a role model for his younger teammates. He carries himself well in the mat room, on match day and in the classroom, pretty much defining what a student-athlete is supposed to be and act like.” — Westmont Hilltop wrestling coach Matt Beaujon

Favorite subject: English

Favorite movie: “Dumb and Dumber”

Favorite book or video game: “Madden”

Favorite food: Sushi

Favorite teacher (and what they teach): Mr. Manack, shop

Favorite song: “Knee Deep” by Zac Brown Band

Outside interests: Hanging out with friends, boating, hunting and fishing

If you were an animal, what animal would you be and why?: Sea turtle, because they have a long lifespan.

Favorite athletic team: Pittsburgh Penguins

Athlete most admired: Ryan Shazier

Most influential persons on my athletic career: Assistant wrestling coaches Matt Metzgar and Corey Berchick

Most impressive athlete that you have competed against: Spencer Lee

Proudest athletic achievement: Making team states three years in a row

How I got my start: Signed up for sports when I was 5-years-old

Future goal: To become an electrician lineman 

Cory Isenberg is a sports reporter and columnist for The Tribune-Democrat. She can be reached at (814) 532-5080.​ Follow her on Twitter @CoryIsenbergTD.

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