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October 20th

PREP: Wapak's Faller named WBL's top player

October 20, 2011

Wapakoneta Redskins senior Andy Faller became the first boys soccer player from Wapakoneta to be named the Western Buckeye League Player of the Year when the All-WBL teams were announced on Wednesday.
Faller said he was “speechless” when varsity coach Marc Dyrness told him he had won the award.
“I kind of thought I was going to be in the running for it,” Faller said. “But I had my doubts with Bath winning the WBL. I thought one of their players was going to get it. ... I was really happy.”

VOLLEYBALL: Wapak holds off Bath to advance

October 20, 2011

LIMA — Talk about your interesting finishes.
The Wapakoneta Redskins reversed a bizarre momentum shift in the fifth game to pull out a 3-2 win over the Bath Wildcats in a Division II volleyball sectional semifinal Wednesday night at Lima Senior High School.
After pulling out to an 8-4 lead in the crucial fifth-game tiebreaker, Wapak was called for an illegal substitution.
The error had occurred two points earlier, so two points were taken from the Wapak score and Bath was awarded a penalty point and the serve.
Suddenly it was just a one-point 6-5 lead and the Wildcats were serving.

BOYS SOCCER: Elida bounces Wapak

October 20, 2011

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The Wapakoneta Redskins varsity boys soccer season came to an abrupt end as the Elida Bulldogs pulled off a 3-0 upset win in a Division II sectional semifinal Wednesday night at a rain-soaked Shawnee Field.
In a match that more closely resembled water polo than soccer at times, players raced through and slipped in puddles as the ball skipped all over the field.
A steady rain began falling early in the afternoon and only seemed to intensify as the match wore on.

October 19th

VOLLEYBALL: Big Green bounces Tigers

October 19, 2011

ELIDA — The Waynefield-Goshen Tigers hung tough, but could not overcome a strong Ottoville Big Green squad in a Division IV volleyball sectional semifinal Wednesday at Elida High School.
The Big Green (9-11) were taller and deeper and fed a relentless line of power hitters to the front row in a 25-19, 25-11, 25-16 sweep of W-G.
“I think my girls faced up to that rather well,” Tigers coach Karen Dunson said. “They talked and they moved. We got some plays on the net that I think were really nice. Once they got used to the game, we were picking more stuff in the back.

FOOTBALL: Wapak fourth in computer rankings

October 19, 2011

The Wapakoneta Redskins remain fourth in the latest high school football computer ranking released by the Ohio High School Athletic Association Tuesday afternoon.
Wapak (8-0) trails Trotwood-Madison (8-0), Kings Mills Kings (8-0) and Tipp City Tippecanoe in the Division II, Region 8 points.
Only the top eight teams in points in each region qualify for the playoffs. The top four teams will have a home game for their playoff opener.

October 18th

FOOTBALL: JV 'Skins thump Van Wert

October 18, 2011

No one-year wonders here.
After an impressive 7-3 season in 2010 that saw the Wapakoneta Redskins football team miss the playoffs by the narrowest of margins, football is buzzing again in Wapakoneta. As a result, the varsity squad has jumped out to an even stronger mark this year with an 8-0 start.
However, the junior varsity Redskins are showing that the arrival of varsity coach Doug Frye is not just a brief fling.
In relative obscurity, the junior varsity team is following up the varsity squad with some impressive wins of its own.

PREP: This week's schedule

October 18, 2011

Monday
Sectional Girls Soccer
West Liberty-Salem 2, Botkins 1 (D3 at West Liberty-Salem)

Today
Sectional Volleyball
W-G vs. Ottoville (D4 at Elida), 7:15 p.m.

Wednesday
Sectional Boys Soccer
Wapak vs. Elida (D2 at Shawnee), 5 p.m.
Dayton Stivers vs. Botkins (D3 at Botkins), 5 p.m.
Sectional Volleyball
Wapak vs. Bath (D2 at Lima Senior), 7:15 p.m.
Botkins vs. Newton (D4 at Tippecanoe), 7:45 p.m.

Thursday
No events

Friday
Football
Wapak at Shawnee, 7:30

Saturday
Football
W-G at Lehman, 7
District Cross Country
Wapak boys at Oregon
Wapak girls at Ottawa

October 17th

CROSS COUNTRY: Wapak, Botkins place in league meets

October 17, 2011

From Staff Reports
KENTON — Both the Wapakoneta Redskins varsity boys and girls cross country teams finished seventh overall in the Western Buckeye League meet Saturday at the Hardin County Fairgrounds in Kenton.
Wapak’s top boys finisher was senior Caleb Hennon, who placed 17th individually with a time of 18:08.
Freshman Hayden Brandenhoff finished 36th with a 19:03.
Rounding out the Wapak top seven were sophomore Sam Harrod (52nd, 19:29), freshman Sam Bowers (57th, 19:43), junior John Martin (58th, 19:44), sophomore Billy Butler (64th, 20:03) and junior Ryan O’Neil (69th, 20:16).

FOOTBALL: Wapak routs Van Wert

October 17, 2011

VAN WERT — It wasn’t the greatest of starts.
Fortunately for the Wapakoneta Redskins, the Van Wert Cougars aren’t the greatest of football teams.
Wapak fumbled the ball away on two if its first three plays but bounced back and dominated in a 77-12 shellacking of the Cougars in a Western Buckeye League game Friday night at Eggerss Stadium in Van Wert.
The Redskins’ 77 points eclipsed the previous single-game scoring record of 62 points set in a win over Perry in 1967.
The Redskins remained unbeaten on the season at 8-0 overall and 7-0 in the WBL. Van Wert is 0-8, 0-7.

FOOTBALL: Tigers take advantage of USV turnovers

October 17, 2011

WAYNESFIELD — The Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers bounced back from a tough Week 7 loss to knock off the rival Upper Scioto Valley Rams 46-21 on Friday night in Waynesfield.
W-G used a strong defensive effort to improve to 5-3 overall and 4-0 in the Northwest Central Conference.
The Tigers defense was lead by sophomore Gabe Wilcox, who had two interceptions with 72 return yards and one touchdown.
“He is a special player and I am looking forward to watch him do some more spectacular things in the next two years,” W-G coach Gary Spencer said.

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