Archive - Oct 29, 2011 - Sports Article
The kings are still on the throne.
They left little doubt of that.
Maty Mauk sliced his way through the Wapakoneta Redskins defense â€” both in the air and on the ground â€” to lead the Kenton Wildcats to a 52-32 win in a battle of Western Buckeye League unbeatens Friday night at Harmon Field.
The win gave Kenton (10-0, 9-0 WBL) its fourth-straight league championship and denied the Redskinsâ€™ (9-1, 8-1) bid for a 10-0 season.
â€śHe was a man among boys tonight,â€ť Wapak coach Doug Frye said of Mauk. â€śTake him out of the picture and weâ€™ve got us a football game.â€ť
WAYNESFIELD â€” One thing is for sure, the Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers took care of their side of the bargain.
With a score more suited for the easy setting on the Madden Football video game, the Tigers defeated Ridgemont 72-30 Friday night at Waynesfield-Goshen High School.
Most importantly, the Tigers clinched an outright Northwest Central Conference title with the win.
Unfortunately for W-G, the playoff points did not work out in its favor as Lockland edged out the Tigers for the eighth and final spot after its win Friday night.