Masloski plans to continue football career at Muskingum

| April 1, 2022

Kolby Masloski signed a letter of intent to play football at Muskingum University in the fall. He is pictured with his parents Mike and Robin Masloski. (Submitted)

Kolby Masloski signed a letter of intent to play football at Muskingum University in the fall.

“I’ve gone to Ridgewood High School my whole life and I’ve been playing football since about the third grade,” he said. “I want to continue my career at Muskingum and play football every single year that I am there. I lettered three years and we were IVC champs three years. We had a pretty successful season and we have gone undefeated. We just lost a couple in the regular season.”

Dad, Mike Masloski said he is proud that his son will be attending Muskingum, the same school he attended as an undergraduate and as a graduate.

“Kolby has been around Muskingum facilities and some of the faculty members so it’s a place he feels comfortable with, similar to Ridgewood where he has been blessed with great coaches, great teachers and great friends and it’s another progression in his life,” Mike said. “He wants to be a school teacher and work with kids. He’s had a lot of experience here at Ridgewood working with preschool kids and middle school kids. He’s entering Muskingum with 27 hours of college credit through Muskingum and an additional six hours through Stark State. So, he’ll be entering as a sophomore which puts him at a good pace of graduating early. We are very proud of him.”

His mother, Robin said, “Kolby is thrilled to death to be playing football at the collegiate level and I am very thrilled for him. I’m excited to see him wear the magenta and black. I’m excited for him because he loves it and it’s a huge thing for him and for us. I remember at 2-years-old he got a little football for Christmas and all he wanted to do was kick his football. He didn’t want his other presents he just wanted to kick this football. He loves every sport, but football is his passion.”

Kolby played all four years at Ridgewood and was a manager at a young age.

“He’s been a great football player, great program guy, a great kid and a great role model in our community I think he’ll do awesome at Muskingum because he loves to play the game. He is a good boy, and he will work extremely hard,” said Head Ridgewood Football Coach John Slusser.

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