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Former 2013 Pinsenschaum Winner Coached Wheelerburg for 29 Years

Columbus, Ohio — The Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association (OSSCA), is proud to announce the selection of long-time Wheelersburg Soccer Head Coach, Paul Boll, into the OSSCA Hall of Fame.

Boll is a former Ron Pinsenschaum Award Winner (2013). The Ron Pinsenschaum Award is highest honor given to a coach of a male team by the OSSCA. He has been honored by the South East Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association (SEOSSCA) as their district coach of the year six times. He has been named league (Southern Ohio Conference) coach of the year 10 times.

On the field, Boll was the head coach of Wheelersburg since 1986 before retiring in 2015. His career record is 400-102-41. His team finished as Regional Runner-Up in 1994. During his tenure at Wheelersburg, he has captured 14 league titles and seven District Championships.

The Portsmouth, Ohio native has produced 15 District Players of the Year and 14 All-Region Selections. Boll, a graduate of Ohio University, has spent his entire career as a science teacher. He holds a Master of Education Degree from Miami University.

Not only has Boll been a successful coach but has been a servant to Ohio high school soccer as well. Boll served as a State Poll voter for 20 years. As President of SEOSSCA for 15 years (1995-2010), he sat on the OSSCA State Board.

Boll is married and has five children, Shawn, Brenda, Sarah, Jessica and Matthew. He coached each one at Wheelersburg. He has 11 grandchildren.

Boll will be enshrined into the Hall of Fame at the OSSCA yearly banquet in Columbus, on January 7th.

Paul Boll

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