Friday, October 14, 2016 Scoring Summaries
Montpelier 27, Hilltop 9
The Locomotives added 20 points to the scoreboard in the second quarter to lead them to the BBC win over the Cadets. Hilltop scored first with 3:30 left in the first quarter with a 21-yard field goal by Ethan Dunson. Montpelier answered with a Zac Mason five-yard run. Bryce Cooley added the extra point at the 11:16 mark of the second quarter. With 9:04 remaining in the half, Cooley sprinted 62 yards for a Montpelier touchdown to go up 13-3. The last first half touchdown came with 5:01 remaining with a 64-yard dash by Kolden Uribes. Cooley added the extra point and the Locomotives were up 20-3 at the break. Montpelier’s final score of the night came with 4:04 left in the game when Austin Grubb broke free for a 59 yard run. Cooley added the extra point. Hilltop was able to score with 1:04 remaining with a two-yard run by Quinn Smith. Bryce Cooley was the games leading rusher with 10 carries for 138 yards. Tyler Suboski of Hilltop broke the 100-yard barrier with 124 yards on 21 carries and Montpelier’s Austin Grubb topped the century mark with 112 yards on 13 carries.
Swanton 41, Wauseon 7
The Bulldogs put 21 points on the board during the first 12 minutes as they walked away with the NWOAL victory. The Indians were able to score just once against the Bulldog defense as they scored with a 15-yard Everett Bueter run with 7:06 remaining in the first half. Marek Spiess connected with Gunnar Oakes for Swanton’s first score with a 24-yard pass. Nick Kobak added the PAT for a 7-0 lead with 8:05 remaining in the first quarter. Four minutes later, the Bulldogs were on the board again with a 42-yard run followed by another PAT kick form Kobak to add to their lead at 14-0. The last first quarter score came when Jonathon Shanks intercepted a Hunter Yackee pass and returned it for a “pick-six”. Kobak added the point after and the lead was 21-0 to end the quarter. Second half Swanton touchdowns came from Michael Lawniczak 3 yard run, a one-yard Chase Avalos run, and a three yard Lawniczak run.
Wauseon’s Junior Martinez led all rushers with 126 yards on 13 carries. Michael Lawniczak led Swanton with 85 yards on 15 carries. Marek Spiess connected on seven of 10 passes for 161 yards with one touchdown.
Edgerton 30, Wayne Trace 21
Most of the game’s scoring happened in the second quarter as Edgerton outscored Wayne Trace 22-13. The second quarter’s first score came on a one-yard Derek Blue plunge. Carter Knecht added the point after for the 7-0 lead. The Bulldogs put eight more point on the board a short time later with a 47-yard strike from Braydon Cape to Colton Roelfs. Clayton Flagel scored the two-point conversion for a 15-0 lead. After a Wayne Trace score, Greg Roth answered for Edgerton with a 46-yard run. Knecht added the extra point for a 22-7 lead. Wayne Trace scored one more touchdown before the break to make the half time score 22-13. Each team added a touchdown in the second half. Edgerton scored the last touchdown of the game with a one-yard run by Hunter Prince. Flagel, again added the two-point conversion. Greg Roth was the game’s leading rusher with 74 yards on seven carries. Trae Sinn from Wayne Trace hit on 16 of 35 passes for 252 yards and three scores.
Bryan 23, Delta 19
Delta’s Jesse Beverly ran for 235 yards on 30 carries and scored two touchdowns in the losing effort. (No other game stats were received.)
More Summaries from Thursday, October 13, 2016
Montpelier was defeated by Paulding 25-27, 20-25, 26-24, 12-25 finishing the regular season 6-16. Leading the Lady Locos were Caitlyn Nixon with 10 kills and six blocks, Rebekah Carr with seven kills, and Landri McKelvey six kills and 25 assists. A special thank you to the senior players Morgan Eriksen, Landri McKelvey, Misheala Robertson, Caitlyn Nixon, and Paige Deetz for all their hard work.
JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
Paulding defeated Montpelier with scores of 25-17, 23-25 and 25-15. (No Individual stats were submitted.)
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
Montpelier 40, Hilltop 0
With one game remaining, the young Locomotives are 2-5 on the season. (No individual stats were submitted.)
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