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Marion Local Moves Into #1 In D VI Regional Computer Ratings, Coldwater Drops To #2 In D IV

(9-27-16) The latest OHSAA HS Fooball Computer ratings were released for this week.

Marion Local is now #1 in D VI Region 24, moving three spots up from #4, but St. Henry with their loss to Coldwater drops to #9, which be one spot out of the play-off picture.

In D V Coldwater drops to #2 in Region 20, behind th enew #1 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. Versailles dropped to the last play-off position from #7 to #8.

Ft. Recovery moves ups one Div VII Region 28 to #4 after it's win over Minster at home last week.

OHSAA Computer Ratings - 9-27-16

III
St. Marys 3rd (4th)
Wapakoneta 5th (2nd)

Region 12 - 1. Franklin (5-0) 13.45, 2. Trotwood-Madison (4-1) 10.0, 3. St. Marys Memorial (5-0) 9.65, 4. Cin. Mount Healthy (5-
0) 9.3, 5. Wapakoneta (5-0) 9.25, 6. Wilmington (4-1) 7.95, 7. Norwood (4-1) 7.8, 8. Bellbrook (4-1) 7.1, 9. Tipp City Tippecanoe
(4-1) 6.9, 10. New Richmond (4-1) 6.05, 11. Greenville (3-2) 5.85, 12. Day. Belmont (3-2) 5.5



V
Coldwater 2nd (1st)
Versailles 8th (7th)

Region 20 - 1. Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (5-0) 11.4, 2. Coldwater (5-0) 11.35, 3. Anna (4-1) 7.25, 4. West Milton Milton-Union (4-
1) 6.85, 5. Cin. Madeira (4-1) 6.6, 6. Brookville (3-2) 5.85, 7. Richwood North Union (4-1) 5.8, 8. Versailles (2-3) 5.1, 9.
Jamestown Greeneview (4-1) 5.05, 10. Cin. Aiken (2-3) 4.5, tie-11. Bethel-Tate (2-3) 4.2, tie-11. Camden Preble Shawnee (3-2)
4.2


VI
Marion Local 1st (4th)
St. Henry 9th

Region 24 - 1. Maria Stein Marion Local (4-1) 7.55, 2. Delphos Jefferson (4-1) 7.3, 3. Mechanicsburg (5-0) 6.1, tie-4.
Williamsburg (3-2) 6.0, tie-4. Harrod Allen East (4-1) 6.0, 6. Spencerville (4-1) 5.95, 7. Lewisburg Tri-County North (4-1) 5.0, 8.
Cin. Purcell Marian (3-2) 4.8, 9. St. Henry (3-2) 4.75, 10. Cin. Summit Country Day (3-2) 4.5469, 11. Cin. Country Day (3-2)
4.3918, 12. Casstown Miami East (4-1) 4.15

VII
Ft. Recovery 4th (5th)

Region 28 - 1. Covington (5-0) 8.25, 2. Troy Christian (4-1) 5.9, 3. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (4-1) 5.65, 4. Fort Recovery
(4-1) 5.5, 5. DeGraff Riverside (4-1) 4.35, 6. Ada (3-2) 4.25, 7. Springfield Cath. Central (4-1) 4.1, 8. Sidney Lehman Cath. (3-2)
3.8, 9. Cin. Gamble Montessori (3-2) 3.45, 10. Minster (2-3) 2.95, 11. Cin. Hillcrest (3-2) 2.9, 12. Lockland (2-3) 2.55

Eight MAC Schools Rated In Latest OHSVCA Polls

9-27-16- Eight Midwest Athletic Conference teams are rated in the most recent OHSVCA volleyball polls.

In D III, four schools are rated, Coldwater #3, St. Henry #9, Versailles #12 and Ft. Recovery #19.

In Div IV four more schools are in the Top 20, Marion Local #5, New Bremen #7, Minster #17 and Delphos St John's is tied at #19.


Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Boys and Girls Soccer Polls

OSSCA State Poll 2016 - 09/26

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

BOYS DIVISION I
1. 	St. Ignatius (Cleveland) 	7-0-1 	100
2. 	St. Charles Prep School 	9-0-1 	87
3. 	Medina 				10-0-1 	79
4. 	Beavercreek 			7-0-0 	61
  	Mason 				7-0-2 	61
6. 	Coffman (Dublin) 		8-1-1 	37
7. 	Anderson (Cincinnati) 		9-1-1 	32
8. 	Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse) 	5-1-3 	26
  	Shaker Heights 			9-0-0 	26
10. 	Copley 				7-2-1 	15

Receiving votes: St. Xavier (Cincinnati), Logan, Northview (Sylvania), Central (Westerville)

BOYS DIVISION II
1. 	St. Francis DeSales (Columbus) 	6-0-2 	100
2. 	Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 	6-0-2 	85
3. 	University School  		6-1-2 	69
4. 	Lakeview (Cortland) 		10-0-0 	56
5. 	Memorial (St. Marys) 		10-0-0 	50
6. 	Carroll (Dayton) 		8-1-0 	46
  	Revere (Richfield) 		6-3-2 	46
8. 	Lake Catholic (Mentor) 		5-3-2 	39
9. 	Oak Harbor 			8-0-1 	18
10. 	Steubenville 			9-1-0 	10

Receiving votes: Celina, Granville, Hubbard, Bishop Fenwick (Middletown), 
Chillicothe, Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Woodridge (Peninsula), Bishop Hartley (Columbus), 
Orange (Pepper Pike)

BOYS DIVISION III
1. 	Summit Country Day School 	8-1-1 	100
2. 	Roger Bacon (Cincinnati) 	8-0-0 	78
3. 	Central Christian School  	8-0-1 	72
  	Dayton Christian School 	6-2-0 	72
5. 	Archbold 			9-0-1 	54
6. 	Mansfield Christian School 	7-1-2 	47
  	Worthington Christian School 	7-3-0 	47
8. 	South Range (Canfield) 		8-0-0 	35
9. 	Lutheran West (Rocky River) 	8-1-1 	20
10. 	Hiland (Berlin) 		5-2-1 	10

Receiving votes: Madeira (Cincinnati), Independence, South Webster, Manchester (Akron)

GIRLS DIVISION I
1. 	Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls) 	7-0-0 	96
2. 	Strongsville 			9-0-1 	91
3. 	Loveland 			9-0-0 	78
4. 	Medina 				7-0-1 	72
5. 	Lincoln (Gahanna) 		9-0-1 	56
6. 	Perrysburg 			7-0-1 	46
7. 	Springboro 			6-1-3 	38
8. 	Canfield 			9-0-0 	25
9. 	Notre Dame Academy (Toledo) 	8-0-1 	19
10. 	Olentangy Liberty (Powell) 	8-1-0 	15

Receiving votes: North (Pickerington), Oak Hills (Cincinnati), Westlake, Jackson (Massillon)

GIRLS DIVISION II
1. 	Archbishop McNicholas  		8-1-1 	98
2. 	Revere (Richfield) 		8-0-1 	83
3. 	Holy Name (Parma Heights) 	6-3-0 	75
4. 	Carroll (Dayton) 		5-1-3 	57
5. 	Ontario 			6-0-1 	51
6. 	Bay (Bay Village) 		6-3-1 	45
7. 	Granville 			5-4-0 	38
8. 	Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 	5-1-1 	26
9. 	Wyoming (Cincinati) 		7-0-2 	23
10. 	Chagrin Falls 			9-0-0 	15

Receiving votes: Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), 
Lake (Millbury), Clear Fork (Bellville), Howland (Warren)

GIRLS DIVISION III
1. 	Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 	7-0-0 	99
2. 	Lehman Catholic (Sidney) 	8-0-1 	79
3. 	Cincinnati Country Day School 	8-1-1 	75
4. 	Chippewa (Doylestown) 		10-0-0 	66
5. 	Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 	10-0-1 	58
6. 	Summit Country Day School  	5-3-0 	39
7. 	Lynchburg-Clay 			8-0-0 	38
8. 	Worthington Christian School 	7-1-2 	36
9. 	Liberty-Benton (Findlay) 	9-1-0 	17
10. 	Madeira (Cincinnati) 		6-1-1 	10

Receiving votes: Cardinal Mooney (Youngstown), Waynesville, Kirtland, Grandview Heights, Wheelersburg

Coldwater Still #1 In Division V AP Football Rankings

(9-26-16) Coldwater (5-0) holds solid at #1 in D V, including 24 of 27 first place votes in the latest AP HS Football rankings. Coldwater survivedva close call with St. Henry on Friday night. This week the Cavaliers host Parkway who beat New Bremen last week.

In Division VI, Marion Local (4-1) picks up 8 first place votes and is second behind Kirtland by 19 points. The Flyers coming off a 28-7 win over Versailles will be on the road for a MAC contest with Anna.

In Division VII, Ft. Recovery picks up three first place votes and is ranked #5, the Indians beat Minster 33-21 on Friday night and travel to Versailles this week for a tough MAC match-up.

Other state ranked Stateline area teams include, Wapakoneta at #5 in D III and St. Marys at #9, both are 5-0 on the season.


Rolfes Talks About Win Over Grimsley

After suffering a heart-breaking 14-13 loss two weeks ago to Southeast Guilford, Jared Rolfes and his Northwest Guilford (4-1) Vikings came back last night with a 34-14 win over the Grimsley Whirlies.

Northwest Guilford Coach Jared Rolfes (former Celina Head Coach)

We had a bye week last week after losing a game against Southeast Guilford in the closing minutes. With all due respect to them for beating us, we felt it was a game we should not have lost. We had three bad turnovers and got behind the sticks most of the night. Our kids used the bye week and the game week against Grimsley to ensure we were fine-tuned and ready. Grimsley is better than their record shows and will be very good in the coming years.

The bye week helped, with our best player getting hurt against Southeast we had to make some adjustments to our offense for life without Thomas Hennigan (App State commit) for several games. He suffered a bad knee injury but will return in several weeks. He has been dominant and is one of the best players in the state lining up in every position for us!!

Against Grimsley we had a bunch of guys step up and play well. Our defense held them to 14 points and one of those scores came late after a few penalties. We had three players rush over 100 yards and 491 yards of offense. It was a key win for us. We have one more non conference game this Friday against undefeated and state small school power house Reidsville HS so we have to turn the page and get it going this Friday.


Indiana HS Football Ratings, Adams Central Moves Up To #4 In Class A

(9-26-16) Adams Central moved up one spot in the Class A polls after picking up a win over cross-county rival South Adams. The Jets will host Southern Wells this Friday night.

Week 7 IFCA high school football poll - 9-26-16:

Class 6A

1. Warren Central (7)          97
2. Penn (1)                    80
t-3. Cathedral (2)             77
t-3. Center Grove              77
5. Columbus North              50
t-6. Ben Davis                 46
t-6. Brownsburg                46
8. Hamilton Southeastern       27
9. LaPorte                     17
t-10. Lawrence Central         13
t-10. Carmel                   13

Others Receiving Votes: Homestead (8), Carroll (FW) (4), Valparaiso (2), Avon (1)

Class 5A

1. Fort Wayne Snider (10)    100
2. New Palestine              89
3. Columbus East              65
t-4. Bloomington South        64
t-4. Westfield                64
6. Mishawaka                  43
7. Decatur Central            36
8. Michigan City              34
9. McCutcheon                 18
t-10. Bloomington North        8
t-10. Plainfield               8                                

Others Receiving Votes: Castle (5), Muncie Central (4), Whiteland (3), 
Zionsville (3), Lafayette Harrison (1)

Class 4A

1. Roncalli (9)               99
2. NorthWood                  82
3. Evansville Reitz           69
4. New Prairie (1)            54
5. New Haven                  47
6. East Central               39
7. Shelbyville                38
8. Fot Wayne Bishop Dwenger   37
9. East Noble                 35
10. Evansville Central        27

Others Receiving Votes: Mississinewa (9), Plymouth (6), Hobart (4), 
Beech Grove (2), Evansville Harrison (2), Lowell (2)

Class 3A

1. Gibson Southern (5)         93
2. West Lafayette (3)          90
3. Mishawaka Marian (2)        87
4. Bishop Chatard              55
5. Guerin Catholic             54
6. FW Concordia Lutheran       53
7. Tri-West                    40
8. Lawrenceburg                23
9. Brebeuf Jesuit              20
10. Jimtown                    19

Others Receiving Votes: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers (7), Heritage Hills (3), 
Southridge (3), Northwestern (1)

Class 2A

1. Woodlan (10)                100
2. Evansville Mater Dei         82
3. Scecina Memorial             71
4. Monrovia                     65
5. Eastbrook                    59
6. Whiting                      58
7. Knox Community               33
8. Whitko                       19
9. Cardinal Ritter              18
10. Bremen                      14

Others Receiving Votes: Alexandria (7), Eastside (7), Oak Hill (6), 
Triton Central (4), Eastern Hancock (3)

Class A

1. Lafayette Central Catholic (9) 99
2. Linton Stockton (1)            88
3. Pioneer                        81
4. Adams Central               70
5. West Washington                48
6. Fountain Central               47
7. Monroe Central                 27
8. North Miami                    21
9. LaVille                        18
10. Carroll (Flora)               17

Others Receiving Votes: Shenandoah (16), Northfield (13), Seeger Memorial (10), 
Sheridan (10), Eastern Greene (2), Lutheran (2)

Versailles grad Amanda Winner, a sophomore outside hitter for the University of Findlay, was named the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) South Division Player of the Week for the second week in a row

Winner led the Oilers to a 2-1 record last week by accumulating 45 kills, 20 digs and 10 aces. She had 13 kills, seven digs and three aces in the Oilers 3-1 loss at Cedarville, she added 17 kills to go along with five digs and four aces in the Oilers 3-1 win over Lake Superior State, before ending the week with 15 kills and eight digs in a sweep of Saginaw Valley State.

Winner leads the GLIAC with 27 aces and ranks third with 163 kills.


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Bulldog Rushing Kings - Otis and Swaney



Indian's Homan Named SSN Player of the Week

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Fort Recovery Junior Running Back (5'8 170lb) Will Homan was named this week's SSN Player of the Week as he helped the Indians bounce back from a tough loss last week at Coldwater, he rushed for a 127 yards (25 carries) and scored all five Indian TD's (4 rushing, 1 on a pass) in a 33-21 home MAC win over Minster.

FR - Homan 1 run 
FR - Homan 8 run 
FR - Homan 3 run 
FR - Homan 24 pass from Braun 
FR - Homan 16 run 

Honorable Mention

***Adams Central Junior Running Back Drew Schultz (6'4 225lb) had 128 rushing yards and scored 3 TDs in the Jets 45-14 win over cross-county rival South Adams.

***Coldwater QB Dylan Thobe had over 200 yards total offense (Passing - 10-17-121) (Rushing 18-118). Thobe helped in two of the Cavs TDs, including a 72 yard run and a 4 yard pass to Neal Muhlenkamp. The Cavs beat St. Henry 21-14

***Parkway Senior Captain QB Justin Barna had two rushing touchdowns and threw for two more to junior wide receiver Caden May; one was for 90-yards bomb and the other on a 48-yard pass. The Panthers beat New Bremen 41-10.

***Marion Local's Nate Moeller had 113 rushing yards, a touchdown, and a 60-yard kickoff return in the Flyers 28-7 MAC win over Versailles.

***Celina QB Brett Schwieterman rushed for 192 yards (25 carries) and scored two TDs on runs of 3 and 18 yards in the Bulldogs 28-20 win on the road over Defiance.


Kanney Helps Buckeyes To Top 10 Finish At Griak Invitational

(9-24-16) - The Ohio State Buckeyes Women's Cross Country team finished 10th out of 34 teams at the Roy Griak Invitational at the University of Minnesota. Coldwater grad Sarah Kanney finished as the third runner for OSU and 54th overall (22.49) Teammates Emily Stoodley finished 20th (22:21) and Lily Saneil-Barney was 45th (22:41).

OSU assistant coach Sara Vergote: “The main purpose of racing here was to familiarize ourselves with the course for the Big Ten Championships. We have some things we need to work on, but this group is excited and confident to be back here a month from now.”

9/24/2016 Roy Griak Invitational
Les Bolstad Golf Course, University of Minnesota

GOLD DIVISION
10th out of 35

TEAM

Portland 74
#9 Michigan State 127
#17 Penn State 145
#10 Boise State 155
#4 Michigan 155
#20 San Francisco 167
UCLA 207
10 - Ohio State 280

COMPLETE GOLD DIVISION RESULTS AT Roy Griak Invitational


Former Celina Coaches Go 1-1 Out-of-State

(9-24-16)- Last night two former Celina coaches were on the sidelines in two different states, Jared Rolfes in North Carolina and Mike Fell in Arizona. Here is the recaps of their games last night.

In North Carolina...

After suffering a heart-breaking 14-13 loss two weeks ago to Southeast Guilford, Jared Rolfes and his Northwest Guilford (4-1) Vikings came back last night with a 34-14 win over the Grimsley Whirlies.

The loss to the Falcons after a 13-0 lead after the 1st quarter, was tough for the Vikings. The comeback win after a week off to prepare is a big boost for the rest of the season.

Next up for Northwest Guilford is at home vs. Reidsville, who is 5-0 on the season.

In Arizona...

For the second week in a row Coach Mike Fell and his Mountain View Toros ran into an undefeated team, unfortunatly with the same result as last week a loss, as Brophy picked 20-17 win.

Brophy Head Coach Scooter Molander talks about the win -

Toros' Senior running back Orion Baker had a big night for Mountain View, finishing with 127 yards on 20 carries, including two touchdowns.

Brophy moves to 6-0 on the season, Moutain View drops to 3-2.

Next week the Toros will take on Skyline (5-1) in a conerence game, the Coyotes loss their first game of the year last night to Hamilton 21-14.


Stateline Area Football Scores - 9-23-16

Schedule and Scores

WBL
Celina 28 Defiance 20
Wapakoneta 41 Bath 13 
St. Marys 35 Elida 7
Kenton 48 Van Wert 12
O-G 42 Shawnee 0


MAC
Coldwater 21 St Henry 14
Fort Recovery 33 Minster 21
Marion Local 28 Versailles 7 
Parkway 41 New Bremen 10
Anna 42 Delphos St John's 21 (Saturday)


NWC
Ada 41 Columbus Grove 14
Allen East 40 Bluffton 7
Spencerville 44 Crestview 41 -Spencerville's Damon Blair 
hits a field goal on the last play of regulation for 
the win

Delphos Jefferson 50 Paulding 22

NWCC
Fort Loramie 55 Hardin Northern 22
Lehman Catholic 48 Perry 20
Riverside 63 Ridgemont 6
Upper Scioto Valley 45 Waynesfield-Goshen 0 

OHIO
Liberty Center 44 Evergreen 0 
Wauseon 7 Archbold 0 
Swanton 35 Bryan 0 
Patrick Henry 42 Delta 6

LCC 43 Toledo Rogers 0
Lima Senior 33 Fremont Ross 14
Findlay 45 Clay 20
Toledo St Johns 44 St Francis 14
Tinora 38 Holgate 7
Ayersville 68 Antwerp 13 
Fairview 40 Wayne Trace 12
Liberty-Benton 34 Riverdale 32
Montpelier 44 Toledo Christian 7 
Napoleon 21 Northview 3
Hicksville 27 Edgerton 24
Vanlue 30 Arcadia 26
Leipsic 21 Pandora-Gilboa 17
North Baltimore 21 Cory-Rawson 14
McComb 44 Arlington 14
Sandusky 42 Shelby 21

Piqua 55 Xenia 20 
Sidney 53 West Carrollton 22
Wayne 58 Northmont 26
Alter 52 Middletown Fenwick 3
Trotwood-Madison 44 Greenville 0
Indian Lake 43 Urbana 7
Arcanum 33 Twin Valley South 3
Miamisburg 21 Troy 17
Northridge 48 Bradford 0
Ben Logan 27 Bellefontaine 21
Fairfield 29 Lakota West 7
Kenton Ridge 57 Graham 26
Mechanicsburg 49 Triad 0
Miami East 70, Mississinawa Valley 0
Tecumseh 42 Greenon 8
Covington 27 Troy Christian 26
Northridge 48 Bradford 0
Tippecanoe 45 Fairborn 44
Bishop Hartley 45 Worthington Kilbourne 14
La Salle 20 Winton Woods 13
New Albany 40 Westerville North 14
Steubenville 57 Dover 45

Canal Winchester 34 Westland 7

INDIANA

ACAC
Adams Central 45 South Adams 14
Woodlan 40 Jay County 7
Bluffton 25 Southern Wells 6

NE8
Leo 24 Bellmont 14
Angola 20 Fairfield 12
DeKalb 33 Huntington North 7

Angola 20 Fairfield 12
Eastside 50 Prairie Heights 20
Southwood 52 Whitko 35

2016 WBL Football Standings

after games played on 9-23-16

Teams			WBL Overall Record
Wapakoneta		4-0	5-0
Ottawa-Glandorf		4-0	5-0
St. Marys		4-0	5-0
Celina			3-1	3-2
Kenton			2-2	2-3
Elida			1-3	2-3
Defiance		1-3	1-4
Shawnee			1-3	1-4
Bath			0-4	1-4
Van Wert		0-4	0-5

2016 MAC Football Standings

after games played on 9-23-16<

Teams			MAC	Overall Record
Coldwater		3-0	5-0
Marion Local		2-1	4-1
Ft. Recovery		2-1	4-1
Anna			2-1	4-1
Delphos St. John's	2-1	3-2
St. Henry		2-1	3-2
Versailles		1-2	2-3
Parkway			1-2	1-4
Minster			0-3	2-3
New Bremen		0-3	2-3

Stateline Area IHSAA Boys and Girls Soccer Tournament Draw

(9-23-16) - Below are Sectional draws for Stateline area boys and girls soccer teams for the upcoming IHSAA State Tournaments.

Boys Soccer

Class 2A Boys Soccer Sectionals Dates: Oct. 3, 5, 7, 8, 2016 15. Yorktown (4) G1: Jay County vs. Yorktown G2: Muncie Central vs. Delta Championship: Winner of G1 vs. Winner of G2 Class A Boys Soccer Sectionals Dates: Oct. 3, 5, 7, 8, 2016 39. Bellmont (4) G1: Heritage vs. Bellmont G2: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers vs. South Adams Championship: Winner of G1 vs. Winner of G2

Girls Soccer

Class 2A Girls Soccer
Sectionals
Dates: Oct. 3, 4, 6, 8, 2016

15. Yorktown (4)
G1: Delta vs. Muncie Central
G2: Jay County vs. Yorktown
Championship: Winner of G1 vs. Winner of G2

Class A Girls Soccer
Sectionals
Dates: Oct. 3, 4, 6, 8, 2016

37. Bellmont (7)
G1: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers vs. Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian
G2: Bellmont vs. Woodlan
G3: South Adams vs. Heritage
G4: Fort Wayne Canterbury vs. Winner of G1
G5: Winner of G2 vs. Winner of G3
Championship: Winner of G4 vs. Winner of G5
COMPLETE IHSAA BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER TOURNAMENT DRAW.


Former Kenton QB Houston, Leaves Game After 3rd Quarter Hit

No. 5-ranked Glendale (Missouri) quarterback Alex Huston (Kenton transfer) went 21-of-29 passing for 401 yards and six touchdown passes in the first half of the Falcons’ 55-28 win over Parkview. Houston took a hard hit early in the third quarter and did not return to the game.

Glendale Coach Mike Mauk (former Kenton coach) replaced Huston with senior Von Oeser and told the www.news-leader.com.

“We just wanted to give Von a little bit of work in a key game, in a situation to see what he could do. Just out of precaution, we wanted to get (Huston) off and give Von some work at quarterback.”

The Falcons are now 6-0 on the season and will give Mauk his first winning season in Missouri. Next up for Glendale is Rolla

www.news-leader.com PICTURES.


Temple Christian Wins NWCC Boys Golf Title, Whitman Is Medalist


WBL Boys Golf, Redskins Win WBL Championship, Cougars Hernandez Player of the Year

The Redskins went 9-0 during the regular season and won the WBL tournament to pick up this years title

Jared Hernandez beat Shawnee's Keaton McKinley on the third playoff hole to pick-up Medalist honors.


OHSAA To 'Turn Blind Eye" To Anthem Protesters

(9-21-16) The Ohio High School Athletic Association has asked their game officials in a Wednesday memo to ignore athletes or coaches who might kneel during the national anthem and to not make judgements on them.

The OHSAA did tell their officials, it is our (OHSSA) expectation that you stand and face the flag during the National Anthem.

MEMO from OHSAA

“As officials, you are there to officiate. It is not within the purview of officials to make judgments on personal, social, or political opinions of any player or coach. It is neither proper nor warranted for officials to express their pleasure or displeasure with how players act during the National Anthem.”

“As OHSAA officials, it is our expectation that you stand and face the flag during the National Anthem. Athletes and coaches have their expectations set by their school. These expectations are set by the school (and) are not within the official’s purview.”

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Week 6 AP Indiana high school football rankings

(9-21-16) On the west side of the Stateline, Adams Central (5-0) was the only team to crack the Top 10 at #5 in Class A.

In 2A, outside of the Top 10 is South Adams who picked up two points.

Class 6A

			1st Place Votes		Record	Total Pts	Last Week
1. Penn  			(11)   		5-0 	340 		2

Class 5A

			1st Place Votes		Record	Total Pts	Last Week
1. Ft. Wayne Snider          (15)   		5-0 	372 		1

Class 4A

			1st Place Votes		Record	Total Pts	Last Week
1. Roncalli           		(16)   		5-0 	370 		2

Class 3A

			1st Place Votes		Record	Total Pts	Last Week
1. Gibson Southern           (14)   		5-0 	386 		1

Class 2A

			1st Place Votes		Record	Total Pts	Last Week
1. Whiting                   (14)   		5-0 	360 		1

Class 1A

			1st Place Votes		Record	Total Pts	Last Week
1. Lafayette Catholic        (17)   		5-0 	376 		1

OHSVCA Ohio High School Volleyball State Polls

The latest weekly rankings (September 19, 2016) from the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association.

DIVISION I
Rank, School, First Place Votes, Total Votes
1. Ursuline Academy (Cincinnati) (41) 5503
2. Dublin Coffman 293
3. Mason (1) 258
4. St. Ursula Academy (Toledo) (6) 255
5. Mount Notre Dame (Cincinnati) 243
6. St. Ursula Academy (Cincinnati) (1) 196
7. Brecksville-Broadview Heights (2) 190
8. Notre Dame Academy (Toledo) (2) 177
9. Hilliard Davidson 124
10. Mother of Mercy (Cincinnati) (1) 90

DIVISION II
1. Lake Catholic (Mentor) (34) 397
2. Ottawa-Glandorf (1) 272
3. Bishop Hartley (Columbus) (3) 254
4. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 169
5. Logan Elm (Circleville (3) 146
6. Jefferson Area (1) 140
7. Padua Franciscan (Parma) 153
8. Benjamin Logan (Bellefontaine) (1) 131
9. Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (Chardon) (2) 123
10. New Philadelphia (1) 111

DIVISION III
1. Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) (32) 422
2. Coldwater (3) 314
3. Huron (3) 292
4. Highland (Sparta) (6) 291
5. Tuscarawas Valley (Zoarville) (1) 214
6. Newark Catholic (2) 190
7. Buckeye Trail (Lore City) (3) 183
8. St. Henry 169
9. Utica 126
10. Eastwood (Pemberville) 96

DIVISION IV
1. Jackson Center (34) 428
2. Arlington (3) 390
3. Waterford 273
4. St. Paul (Norwalk) (3) 235
5. McComb 217
6. Marion Local (Maria Stein) 152
7. New Bremen 112
8. Fort Loramie 108
8. Tuscarawas Central Catholic (New Philadelphia) (1) 108
10. Notre Dame (Portsmouth) (3) 100



Elida's Dave May - A Loss To Local High School Sports


OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Sept. 20, 2016

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the first weekly football computer ratings of the 2016 season on Tuesday. The weekly computer ratings are released every Tuesday afternoon beginning after the fourth week of the season, leading up to the final report on Sunday morning, Oct. 30. The complete report showing all teams in every region is posted at:

http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/ft/boys/2016/2016Week4Ratings.pdf

Coldwater tops D V Computer Ratings for the 1st week in Region 12, MAC members Anna and Versailles are rated at #4 and #7.

Marion Local is rated #4 in D VI in Region 24 and St. Henry is 6th.

Ft. Recovery leads the Stateline area in D VII with #5 rating D VII in Region 28, Minster is just out of the Top 8 at #9.

Two Div III WBL members, Wapakoneta and St. Marys are bothe rated at #2 and #4.

Division III

Region 12 - 1. Franklin (4-0) 9.575, 2. Wapakoneta (4-0) 8.475, 3. Cin. Mount Healthy (4-0) 8.25, tie-4. St. Marys Memorial (4-0) 7.575, tie-5. Wilmington (3-1) 7.225, 5. Bellbrook (4-0) 7.225, 7. Trotwood-Madison (3-1) 6.925, 8. Greenville (3-1) 6.125, 9. Norwood (3-1) 5.975, 10. Day. David H Ponitz (3-1) 5.55, 11. Tipp City Tippecanoe (3-1) 5.525, 12. Goshen (3-1) 5.425

Division V

Region 20 - 1. Coldwater (4-0) 8.325, 2. Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (4-0) 7.875, 3. Richwood North Union (4-0) 6.15, 4. Anna (3-1) 5.425, 5. West Milton Milton-Union (3-1) 5.125, 6. Camden Preble Shawnee (3-1) 4.775, 7. Versailles (2-2) 4.7, 8. Cin. Madeira (3-1) 4.35, 9. St. Bernard Roger Bacon (2-2) 4.275, 10. Jamestown Greeneview (3-1) 3.95, 11. Brookville (2-2) 3.85, 12. Carlisle (2-2) 2.5

Division VI

Region 24 – tie-1. Williamsburg (3-1) 5.925, tie-1. Delphos Jefferson (3-1) 5.925, 3. Mechanicsburg (4-0) 5.725, 4. Maria Stein Marion Local (3-1) 5.35, 5. Cin. Purcell Marian (3-1) 4.625, 6. St. Henry (3-1) 4.5, 7. Harrod Allen East (3-1) 4.2, 8. Cin. Country Day (3-1) 3.9861, 9. Tipp City Bethel (3-1) 3.95, tie-10. West Liberty-Salem (2-2) 3.725, tie-10. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (3-1) 3.725, 12. Bluffton (3-1) 3.575

Division VII

Region 28 - 1. Covington (4-0) 6.375, 2. Troy Christian (4-0) 5.925, 3. Springfield Cath. Central (4-0) 4.575, 4. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (3-1) 4.15, 5. Fort Recovery (3-1) 3.6, 6. Cin. Gamble Montessori (3-1) 3.575, 7. Cin. Hillcrest (3-1) 2.975, 8. DeGraff Riverside (3-1) 2.75, 9. Minster (2-2) 2.6, 10. Sidney Lehman Cath. (2-2) 2.475, 11. Ada (2-2) 2.225, 12. Lockland (1-3) 2.025


Buckeyes Sarah Kanney 'No Place Like Home'

(9-17-16) Nashville, Tennessee– Ohio State’s women’s cross country teams knocked off two top-30 teams on Saturday morning at the Commodore Classic. The Buckeyes took second overall and beat No. 19 Mississippi State and No. 26 Host Vanderbilt.

In a field of over 260 runners, the Buckeyes put three athletes in the top 20, and an additional seven in the top 50. NC State Transfer Sarah Kanney (Coldwater) led the way for Ohio State and was the 13th runner to cross the finish line with a time of 17:28.4; her time was less than three seconds off of her personal best.

Kanney finished 4th for Ohio State in her debut at Cincinnati in the Queen City Invite in a 6K with a time of 21:35.9 (new PR). The Buckeyes won the event (9-3-16) with a perfect score of 15th.

Next up for Kanney and the Buckeyes is a trip to Minneapolis and the Roy Griak Invite.


Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association State Polls

Last Updated on Monday, 19 September 2016

(9-20-16) Two WBL teams in Boys D2 are a part of the OSSCA State Polls relaeased. St. Marys, who now stands at 9-0 on the season is in three-way tie for 6th place. Celina, not in the Top 10, received votes.

BOYS

BOYS DIVISION I
1. 	St. Ignatius (Cleveland) 		6-0-1 	100
2. 	St. Charles Prep School (Columbus) 	9-0-0 	85
3. 	Medina 					5-0-1 	79
4. 	Mason 					6-0-1 	67
5. 	Beavercreek 				6-0-0 	50
6. 	Coffman (Dublin) 			6-0-1 	48
7. 	Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse) 		5-1-2 	40
8. 	Anderson (Cincinnati) 			7-0-1 	34
  	Olmsted Falls 				6-0-0 	26
10. 	St. Francis DeSales (Toledo) 		5-1-0 	 9
Receiving votes: Copley, Central (Westerville), St. Johns Jesuit (Toledo), 
Shaker Heights

BOYS DIVISION II
1. 	St. Francis DeSales (Columbus) 	6-0-1 	100
2. 	Carroll (Dayton) 		8-0-0 	90
3. 	Revere (Richfield) 		5-2-1 	69
4. 	Lake Catholic (Mentor) 		4-3-1 	55
5. 	Lakeview (Cortland) 		8-0-0 	46
6. 	Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 	5-0-1 	40
  	Memorial (St. Marys) 		9-0-0 	40
  	Orange (Pepper Pike) 		8-1-0 	40
9. 	Bay (Bay Village) 		4-2-2 	21
10. 	Oak Harbor 			6-0-1 	13
Receiving votes: Woodridge (Peninsula), Steubenville, Bishop Fenwick (Middletown), 
Chillicothe, Celina, Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Granville

BOYS DIVISION III
1. 	Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 	6-1-1 	100
2. 	Mansfield Christian School 		7-0-1 	86
3. 	Roger Bacon (Cincinnati) 		6-0-0 	80
4. 	Dayton Christian School 		5-1-0 	61
5. 	Archbold 				6-0-1 	57
6. 	Worthington Christian School 		5-3-0 	48
7. 	South Range (Canfield) 			6-0-0 	44
8. 	Lutheran West (Rocky River) 		6-1-0 	27
9. 	Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 		6-2-1 	19
10. 	South Webster 				8-0-1 	14
Receiving votes: Kirtland, Crestview (Columbiana) 6-2-1, Lake (Millbury), 
Steubenville Catholic Central

GIRLS

GIRLS DIVISION I
1. 	Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls) 	6-0-0 	98
2. 	Strongsville 			7-0-1 	90
3. 	Loveland 			8-0-0 	79
4. 	Medina 				4-0-1 	70
5. 	Perrysburg 			4-0-1 	55
6. 	North (Pickerington) 		7-0-1 	51
7. 	Lincoln (Gahanna) 		8-0-1 	34
8. 	Springboro 			5-1-2 	28
9. 	Canfield 			7-0-0 	24
10. 	Notre Dame Academy (Toledo) 	6-0-1 	12
Receiving votes: Zanesville, Westlake, Jackson (Massillon), Oak Hills (Cincinnati), 
Olentangy Liberty (Powell)

GIRLS DIVISION II
1. 	Archbishop McNicholas (Cincinnati) 	6-1-1 	98
2. 	Holy Name (Parma Heights) 		5-2-0 	85
3. 	Revere (Richfield) 			6-0-1 	77
4. 	Bay (Bay Village) 			4-2-1 	63
5. 	Carroll (Dayton) 			3-1-2 	57
6. 	Ontario 				5-0-1 	54
7. 	Tippecanoe (Tipp City) 			7-0-0 	28
8. 	Granville 				4-3-0 	22
9. 	Clear Fork (Bellville) 			7-2-0 	20
10. 	Wyoming (Cincinnati) 			6-0-1 	16
Receiving votes: Lake (Millbury), Lake Catholic (Mentor), Archbishop Alter (Kettering), 
Howland (Warren), Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), Big Walnut (Sunbury)

GIRLS DIVISION III
1. 	Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 		6-0-0 	100
2. 	Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 	4-2-0 	76
3. 	Lehman Catholic (Sidney) 		7-0-1 	73
4. 	Chippewa (Doylestown) 			7-0-0 	63
5. 	Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 		7-0-1 	61
6. 	Cincinnati Country Day School 		6-1-0 	35
7. 	Worthington Christian School 		7-1-1 	31
8. 	Cardinal Mooney (Youngstown) 		6-1-0 	24
9. 	Loudonville 				9-0-0 	23
10. 	Lynchburg-Clay 				6-0-0 	22
Receiving votes: Madeira (Cincinnati), Liberty-Benton (Findlay), 
Grandview Heights, Kirtland, Norwayne (Creston), Wheelersburg

Coldwater Continues To Be #1 In Division V Football Poll

AP Ohio High School Football Poll - September 19

(6-19-16) Coldwater continues to control the Div V High School football ratings at #1 after two key MAC wins in a row over Mariona Local and Ft. Recovery. The Cavs lead Wheelersburg by 48 points and picked up 21 of the 23 first place votes.

Marion Local bounced back with a MAC win over Minster and hangs on to the #2 spot in Div VI, 26 points behind first place Kirtland. The Flyers picked up 5 first place votes.

In Div VII Ft. Recovery, who lost to Coldwater is #5 this week and picked up one first place vote. One other Stateline area team, Delphos St. John's, is ranked 10th.

The Stateline area features two WBL teams in the Top 10 in Div III, Wapakoneta (4-0) had one 1st place vote and is ranked at #4. St. Marys, who had no problems with Kenton on Friday is ranked #9.

In Div IV, Ottawa-Glandorf, who knocked off Celina on Friday night is is currently just outside the Top at 11th, 16 points behind #10 Youngstown Cardinal Mooney.



Cavs Thobe Named SSN Player of the Week

Courtesy WOSN Sports

Coldwater QB Dylan Thobe (Senior) led the Cavaliers to a 30-12 win over Mercer County rival Fort Recovery. Thobe ran for 47 yards, scored twice on runs of 8 and 5 yards, he threw for 196 yards and 1 touchdown pass of 53 yards to Nate Rindler.

Honorable Mention

Photo courtesy Jeff Dale -- #10 Kole Murlin

*** - Celina's Kole Murlin (Junior) had 83 yards on three carries, including a 60 yard TD run in the Bulldog's 21-14 loss to O-G in WBL action.

*** - St. Henry's Ryan Luttmer (Junior) had 2 rushing TDs of 25 and 6 yards and added 5 extra point kicks in the Redskins' 41-6 win over Parkway.


Glendale QB Alex Houston (Kenton transfer) Throws 70 Passes In Game

Former Kenton Wildcat and current Glendale (Missouri) QB Alex Houston threw the ball 70 times in a 40-20 win over Kickapoo in Missouri High School footbal action on Thursday night. Houston completed 47 passes for 581 yards and 5 TD's.

Former Kenton and current Glendale Coach Mike Mauk has the Falcons soarng at 5-0 this season, they will go for win #6 Thursday night when they play on the road at Springfield Parkview.

Meanwhile; Kenton is struggling this year in the WBL after a big loss to St. Marys 58-14 on Friday night and are now 1-3 on the season. Wildcat QB Trent Hites (Senior) was 27 for 42 passing for 232 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception in the loss.

Recruiting video -


First Mercer County Football Team To Play In A State Championship Game? Celina


Goodwin Picks Up 200th Win At Marion Local


Illinois Team Kneels During Anthem, AGAIN


Former Celina Coach Has A Tough Week In Arizona


NW Ohio - Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Poll

Week 3 - September 16, 2016

	  	  	 
  	  	  	  	  	  	 
  	Boys - Division 1 		Record 	Points 	  	 
  	1 	Anthony Wayne 		5-1-2 	58 	  	 
  	2 	St. Johns (Toledo) 	5-1-2 	53 	  	 
  	3 	St. Fancis DeSales 	5-1-0 	44 	  	 
  	4 	Findlay 		5-1-2 	42 	  	 
  	5 	Sylvania Northview 	4-1-0 	40 	  	 
  	  	  	  	  	  	 
  	Boys - Division 2 		Record 	Points 	  	 
  	1 	St. Marys Memorial 	8-0-0 	100 	  	 
  	2 	Celina 			6-1-0 	85 	  	 
  	3 	Bryan 			6-0-3 	71 	  	 
  	4 	Wapakoneta  		6-1-1 	65 	  	 
  	5 	Bath 			5-2-0 	57 	  	 
  	6 	Shawnee (Lima) 		5-2-2 	46 	  	 
  	7t 	Kenton 			4-3-1 	29 	  	 
  	7t 	Ottawa-Glandorf 	3-2-2 	29 	  	 
  	9 	Napoleon 		2-4-1 	26 	  	 
  	10 	Maumee 			2-2-2 	23 	  	 
  	  	  	  	  	  	 
  	Boys - Division 3 		Record 	Points 	  	 
  	1 	Archbold 		6-0-1 	167 	  	 
  	2 	Lake (Millbury) 	8-0-0 	147 	  	 
  	3 	Bluffton 		6-1-0 	132 	  	 
  	4 	Ottawa Hills 		8-2-1 	108 	  	 
  	5 	Eastwood 		7-1-0 	106 	  	 
  	6 	Continental 		6-1-1 	71 	  	 
  	7 	Van Buren 		6-2-0 	67 	  	 
  	8 	Pettisville 		4-2-1 	45 	  	 
  	9 	Swanton 		5-1-0 	41 	  	 
  	10 	Lima Central Catholic 	5-2-0 	34 	  	 
  	  	  	  	  	  	 
  	Girls - Division 1 		Record 	Points 	  	 
  	1t 	Perrysburg 		4-0-1 	74 	  	 
  	1t 	Notre Dame Academy  	6-0-1 	74 	  	 
  	3 	Clay 			4-3-0 	57 	  	 
  	4 	St. Ursula Academy  	3-1-1 	51 	  	 
  	5 	Findlay 		4-3-0 	46 	  	 
  	  	  	  	  	  	 
  	Girls - Divison 2 		Record 	Points 	  	 
  	1 	Lake (Millbury) 	5-1-2 	98 	  	 
  	2 	Shawnee (Lima) 		4-2-2 	76 	  	 
  	3t 	St. Marys Memorial 	4-3-1 	61 	  	 
  	3t 	Ottawa Glandorf 	4-3-2 	61 	  	 
  	5 	Wapakoneta 		5-1-2 	58 	  	 
  	6 	Celina 			3-2-1 	51 	  	 
  	7 	Elida 			2-2-1 	40 	  	 
  	8 	Upper Sandusky 		5-1-1 	34 	  	 
  	9 	Defiance 		3-2-1 	25 	  	 
  	10 	Bryan 			2-3-2 	12 	  	 
  	  	  	  	  	  	 
  	Girls - Division 3 		Record 	Points 	  	 
  	1 	Liberty-Benton 		8-1-0 	148 	  	 
  	2 	Woodmore 		6-0-0 	145 	  	 
  	3 	Genoa 			5-1-1 	120 	  	 
  	4 	Riverdale 		5-1-1 	110 	  	 
  	5 	Continental 		6-1-0 	91 	  	 
  	6 	Eastwood 		5-2-0 	83 	  	 
  	7 	Archbold 		3-3-0 	33 	  	 
  	8 	Northwood 		5-2-0 	29 	  	 
  	9 	Van Buren 		4-2-3 	26 	  	 
  	10 	Swanton 		3-3-1 	25 	  	 

SSN Scoreboard 9-16-16

WBL

Ottawa-Glandorf 21 Celina 14  
Wapakoneta 12 Elida 7 
St. Marys 58 Kenton 14
Defiance 20 Bath 14
Shawnee 28 Van Wert 26

MAC

Coldwater 30 Fort Recovery 12
St. Henry 41 Parkway 6
Marion Local 44 Minster 6
Anna 35 New Bremen 12
Delphos St. John’s 19 Versailles 18

Ohio


Delphos Jefferson 32 Allen East 22
Crestview 28 Columbus Grove 25
Bluffton 42 Paulding 14
Spencerville 22 Ada 19
Hardin Northern 35 Waynesfield-Goshen 20
Lehman Catholic 39 Upper Scioto Valley 18
Tri-County North 42 Mississinawa Valley 0
Greenville 21 Stebbins 3
Sidney 42 Xenia 25
Whitmer 42 Lima Senior 35
Benjamin Logan 52 Urbana 9
Tri-Village 34 Riverview 0
Wauseon 28 Delta 14
Pandora-Gilboa 34 North Baltimore 21 
Miami East 34 Arcanum 20 
Twin Valley South 35 Ansonia 20
Covington 48 Bethel 7
Ayersville 28 Tinora 0
Hicksville 27 Holgate 0
Edgerton 32 Fairview 19
Piqua 63 West Carrollton 6
Miami East 34 Arcanum 20
Swanton 42 Archbold 14 
Bryan 26 Evergreen 0 
Wauseon 28 Delta 14 
Patrick Henry 22 Liberty Center 14
Bellbrook 20 Brookville 14-overtime
Colerain 38, Princeton 7 

Indiana

Huntington North 26 Bellmont 7
South Adams 35 Wes-Del 0 

Ft. Wayne Luers 49 Ft. Wayne North 28
Ft. Wayne Snider 23 Homestead 17

2016 WBL Football Standings

after games played on 9-16-16

Teams			WBL Overall Record
Wapakoneta		3-0	4-0
Ottawa-Glandorf		3-0	4-0
St. Marys		3-0	4-0
Celina			2-1	2-2
Elida			1-2	2-2
Kenton			1-2	1-3
Defiance		1-2	1-3
Shawnee			1-2	1-3
Bath			0-3	1-3
Van Wert		0-3	0-4

2016 MAC Football Standings

after games played on 9-16-16<

Teams			MAC	Overall Record
Coldwater		2-0	4-0
St. Henry		2-0	3-1
Delphos St. John's	2-0	3-1
Marion Local		1-1	3-1
Ft. Recovery		1-1	3-1
Anna			1-1	3-1
Versailles		1-1	2-2
Minster			0-2	2-2
New Bremen		0-2	2-2
Parkway			0-2	0-4

Marion Local Featured In Russell Athletic Campaign

#SettleYourScore



Parkway's Barna Commits To West Point


The '3 Point Shot' Was Made For J.T. Hoyng


In 1993 Cinderella Wore Orange And Black


Upset of the 20th Century - Mendon-Union Knocks Off Delphos St. John's


Mercer County HS Football Records

CLICK HERE - Mercer County HS Football Records

October 29th, 2015 - Records from the OHSAA web site that highlight Mercer County schools that are listed in the all-time records.

Every Mercer County school is listed at least one time in a category. The records do not contain any stats from 2015.


Stateline Sports Network PODCASTS



Way Back Machine Celina Grad Bob Moosbrugger, current Bowling Green State University AD



Way Back Machine Celina Grad Mike Bath, Current Assistan Coach at Wyoming



Classic Sports Audio

1987 Ohio HS Volleyball State Championship Semi-Final Game - St. Henry vs. Newark Catholic. WCSM's Dave Schmidt and Celina High VB Coach on the call of the game. This was the first ever radio broadcast of a state volleyball game.






Celina Wins!

SSN's Dave Schmidt with the call...

1991 Ohio High School Regional Championship basketball game. Last second shot by Jill Froning for unranked Celina wins the game over Ohio's #1 rated Pickerington (were also rated in USA Today Top 5)...Celina went on to win the Ohio D1 State Championsip game. Game was played at Bellefontaine HS, Dave Schmidt doing the play-by-by for Celina Cable TV.




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