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September 6th, 2012
After last Friday’s football loss to the Elida Bulldogs, Wapakoneta Redskins varsity head coach Doug Frye used “unacceptable” profanity while addressing his team in the locker room, sources say, resulting in the team’s offensive coordinator resigning and at least six players leaving the team.
For his conduct, Wapakoneta City Schools administrators on Wednesday reprimanded Frye.
The Redskins hit the links Wednesday afternoon, and took a one-stroke win back into the clubhouse.
Led by senior Caleb Acheson, who carded a 36 on the afternoon, Wapakoneta was able to defeat Greenville, 163-164.
Varsity head coach Kenny Wayman said he was happy to get the win, but he needs to see improvement, especially heading into the heart of league play.
FORT RECOVERY — Mason Evers, Fort Recovery’s senior quarterback, was a dismal one-for-nine passing in Friday’s clash with visiting Waynesfield-Goshen Friday.
The funny thing is, nobody seemed to notice.
Evers sprinted, twisted, and turned his way for 351 yards on 40 attempts and scored all four touchdowns as the Indians won in a squeaker, 30-27. The performance was an improvement on his school-record 327 yards rushing last week against Edgerton.
ELIDA — In a hard-fought battle where offense was in the spotlight in the first half, and defense in the second, the Wapakoneta Redskins had one shot to overcome a 14-point deficit against the Elida Bulldogs.
Senior quarterback Kyle Gibson looked at the clock. It read 36 seconds. The score was 21-14. No time outs and the Redskins had the ball at the Elida 28-yard line.
The Wapakoneta Redskins may not have played very well Thursday, but they played well enough to escape with home sweep against the Elida Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs committed 30 unforced errors in the 3-0 sweep which saw the Redskins win 25-21, 25-23 and 25-17 in varsity volleyball action.
ELIDA — The Wapakoneta High School varsity boys soccer team travelled to Elida Thursday for a physical match that ended in a 0-0 draw.
Eighty minutes of tough soccer left fans from both teams cheering back and forth down to the last seconds of the match.
This was the Redskin’s first match in the Western Buckeye League, and with this tie moves to 1-0-2 on the season.
WAYNESFIELD – The Waynesfield-Goshen High School volleyball team battled hard before coming up on the short end of a marathon 25-23, 18-25, 26-24, 11-25, 11-15 loss to Delphos Jefferson Monday.
The two teams battled for two hours and 40 minutes before action was finally over.
Despite the loss, Waynesfield head coach Kelly Dunson said the team showed drastic improvement over its first game played Saturday at Botkins.
NEW BREMEN — The New Bremen Cardinals volleyball team picked up their first victory of the season Monday evening as they defeated the Botkins Trojans in three games 25-11, 25-14 and 25-21 in a non-league match played at New Bremen.
“I thought they played well tonight, but we still have things to work on,” Cardinals head coach Theresa Jenkins said. “I thought we were able to roll with the punches pretty well tonight.”
The Wapakoneta boys golf team defended their home course with a 163-191 victory over Shawnee.
Varsity head coach Kenny Wayman said there were some tough conditions Monday that his boys were able to fight through.
“We will take that score and the win today under some tough conditions. It was really windy and some rain involved. The scores were a little high today from both teams,” Wayman said. “However, shooting a 163 today under those conditions, we will take any day.”
The Wapakoneta Redskins opened their volleyball season with a 3-0 win against Sidney Monday night.
Winning the first three sets 25-14, 25-15, 25-18, Varsity head coach Keith Rambin said he was pleased with the way his team played.
“First game of the seaon, you never know what’s in store for the first game of the season,” Rambin said. “I was a little worried about Sidney because I know they had been improving, and they got a new volleyball player this year. I was a little worried.”