C Page -- Sept. 18, 2010

Oberlin coach Jeff Ramsey

Oberlin Football 

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“We had our chances, but just made too many mistakes and didn’t play Yeomen football today,” Head Coach Jeff Ramsey said. “We can’t turn the ball over like we did, but give the guys credit for battling to the end. Now it is time for us to go back to work on the practice field and correct these mistakes.” 

Coming off an impressive performance against the Lords, quarterback Josh Mandel was held in check as he finished 13-for-23 for 160 yards and two scores – both of which went to Ryan Harvey. Harvey caught five balls for 90 yards. For the second straight game OC also struggled on the ground with just 41 yards rushing. 

Both teams looked very stagnant on offense during the first quarter, but Oberlin was unable to capitalize as Mandel was picked off on the first three possessions for the Yeomen.

The Scots finally posted the first points of the game with four minutes left in the second quarter when Robert Flagg busted off a 20-yard TD run. 

On the opening drive of the third quarter, Wooster would make it 14-0 on a 35-yard hook-up between Richard Barnes and Jordan McIntyre. 

However, the Yeomen wouldn’t go down without a fight as they took advantage of a short field which resulted in seven points when Mandel and Harvey would connect from 16 yards out to put Oberlin right back into the game.

Unfortunately, the momentum was short-lived as on the ensuing possession Flagg ripped off a 58-yard TD run of the first play from scrimmage. 

Once again the Yeomen would respond with a 9-play, 62-yard drive in 4:18 that ended in another Mandel-to-Harvey score – this time for 17 yards away to make it a 21-14 game with 2:52 left in the third. 

In the fourth quarter the Scots controlled the clock and would add a field goal and late touchdown. On Oberlin’s first possession of the frame they would turn the ball over downs as the Wooster defense stopped them twice on both 3rd-and-4th and 1 on the Scots’ 35-yard line. 

Matt Richard led the Yeomen defense with 12 tackles, while Derrick Dennisadded nine in the loss. 

The Yeomen return to action next week at Hiram College. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. 


Minerva's Lieser leads Mount golfers

September 18, 2010 

By Josh Reilly


ALLIANCE, Ohio -- Jon Lieser (Minerva/Minerva) was the top Mount Union men's golfer at the Malone Fall Classic this weekend, placing second with a 142. He opened the tournament with a 72 on Friday and then carded a 70 on Saturday to finish two-under-par.

Alex Welch (Nile, Mich.) was 11th for the Purple Raiders with a 150 (74-76) while Bryan Bober(Brecksville/Brecksville) and Tyler Hickerson (Malta/Morgan) tied for 17th with 153s. Bober shot a 79 and then a 74 while Hickerson had a 74 and then a 79.

 

Top 5 Individuals
1. Justin Lower (Malone) 70-67=137, 2. Jon Lieser (Mount Union) 72-70=142, 3. Richie Schembechler (Malone) 73-70=143, 4. Josh Kopka (Malone) 73-73=146, 5. Quinn Parker (Malone) 75-72=147.

 

Mount Union
2. Jon Lieser 72-70=142, 11. Alex Welch 74-76=150, T-17. Bryan Bober 79-74=143, T-17. Tyler Hickerson 74-79=143, T-32. Ben Lehrke 82-75=157, T-32. Zach Seidner 76-81=157, T-32. Andrew Bunnell 81-76=157.


Mount gals lead after one day of 


Mercyhurst Invite


September 18, 2010 

ERIE, Pa.--Mount Union junior Mary Snode (Alliance/Marlington) fired a 76 and is one shot off the lead after the first day of the Mercyhurst Invitational Saturday at Downing Golf Course in Erie, Pa.

The Purple Raiders are in sixth place as a team with a score of 339 which is three shots back of fifth place Western Ontario (336) and four shots behind fourth place Baldwin-Wallace (335).

Gannon (Pa.) leads the event with a 307 after the first day.


The event concludes with 18 holes Sunday.

Mercyhurst Invitational

Downing Golf Course (Erie, Pa.)
Par 72, 5,829 yards

Day 1 Results

Team Scores
1. Gannon (Pa.) 307, 2. Kutztown (Pa.) 313, 3. Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) 332, 4. Baldwin-Wallace 335, 5. Western Ontario 336, 6. Mount Union 339, 7. Seton Hill (Pa.) 341, 8. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 345, 9. West Chester (Pa.) and Clarion (Pa.) 349, 11. Westminster (Pa.) 403, 12. Ohio Valley (W.Va.) 403, 13. LeMoyne (N.Y.) 410.

Top 5 Individuals
1. Kelly Nickerson (Gannon, Pa.) 75, 2. Mary Snode (Mount Union), Amanda Teodorsson (Gannon, Pa.) and Chelsea Corbo (Kutztown, Pa.) 76, 5. Emily Taylor* (West Liberty, W.Va.), Bhanisha Nagindas (Gannon, Pa.), Mindy Glatefelter (Kutztown, Pa.) and Evann Parker* (Mercyhurst, Pa.)  77.

* In Tournament as an Individual

Mount Union
T2. Mary Snode 76, T27. Megan Zenobi 85, T43. Meghan McInnes 89, T43. Kelly Slutz 89, T.74 Alyssa King100. 


Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                            The Automated ScoreBook
           Calvin (Mich.) vs Hiram College (09/18/10 at Hiram, Ohio)
 Calvin (Mich.) (6-0) vs. Hiram College (2-5)
 Date: 09/18/10      Attendance: 160
 Weather:
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 -------------------------------
 Calvin (Mich.)......  1  2 -  3
 Hiram College.......  0  0 -  0
 
 SCORING SUMMARY:
  1.  33:21 CALVINM Dan Kmetz (unassisted)
  2.  83:45 CALVINM Brad Heethuis (Scott Hooker)
  3.  87:40 CALVINM Joe Broekhuizen (unassisted)
 Shots: Calvin (Mich.) 18, Hiram College 7
 Saves: Calvin (Mich.) 0 (), Hiram College 1 (Joe Tatum 1)
 

Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                            The Automated ScoreBook
         Wilmington College vs Hiram College (09/19/10 at Hiram, Ohio)
 Wilmington College (4-1-1) vs. Hiram College (3-4)
 Date: 09/19/10      Attendance: 50
 Weather:
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 -------------------------------
 Wilmington College..  1  2 -  3
 Hiram College.......  0  0 -  0
 
 SCORING SUMMARY:
  1.   3:39 WILM-W Sarah Watters (unassisted)
  2.  63:39 WILM-W Sammy Koerner (Lauren Mumaw)
  3.  85:08 WILM-W Jennifer Packer (unassisted)
 Shots: Wilmington College 20, Hiram College 5
 Saves: Wilmington College 1 (Maria Larson 1), Hiram College 4 (Emily
 Bristol 4)

 Box Score (Final)

             WALSH vs NOTRE DAME (Sep 18, 2010 at Lyndhurst, Ohio)

 

  Score by Quarters     1  2  3  4   Score

  -----------------    -- -- -- --   -----

  WALSH...............  7 17  7  3  - 34       Record: (3-0)

  NOTRE DAME..........  0  7  0  7  - 14       Record: (1-3)

 

 

  Scoring Summary:

  1st 08:36 WALSH - Dom. Williams 25 yd run (Eric Buchanan kick), 8-76 3:39, WALSH 7 - NDC 0

  2nd 12:20 NDC - PASTER 30 yd pass from PRESTON (GEIER kick), 9-72 4:39, WALSH 7 - NDC 7

      07:29 WALSH - Toba Olarewaju 4 yd run (Eric Buchanan kick), 5-32 2:01, WALSH 14 - NDC 7

      05:52 WALSH - Rashid Sharif 7 yd run (Eric Buchanan kick), 1-7 0:07, WALSH 21 - NDC 7

      00:45 WALSH - Eric Buchanan 40 yd field goal, 7-47 3:15, WALSH 24 - NDC 7

  3rd 09:22 WALSH - A.J. Bunton 35 yd pass from Jim Shiplett (Eric Buchanan kick), 1-35 0:03, WALSH 31 - NDC 7

  4th 10:02 WALSH - Eric Buchanan 20 yd field goal, 13-41 5:37, WALSH 34 - NDC 7

      00:36 NDC - HERNANDEZ 67 yd pass from FLOWERS J (GEIER kick), 3-58 1:39, WALSH 34 - NDC 14

 

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                                    WALSH      NDC

  FIRST DOWNS...................       26       15

  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............   45-219   33-108

  PASSING YDS (NET).............      144      216

  Passes Att-Comp-Int...........  22-13-1  30-13-3

  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.....   67-363   63-324

  Fumble Returns-Yards..........      0-0      0-0

  Punt Returns-Yards............     3-17      1-6

  Kickoff Returns-Yards.........     2-57     6-72

  Interception Returns-Yards....     3-28     1-28

  Punts (Number-Avg)............   2-48.5   5-34.2

  Fumbles-Lost..................      4-3      2-1

  Penalties-Yards...............     2-30   12-165

  Possession Time...............    26:35    33:25

  Third-Down Conversions........  5 of 11  4 of 12

  Fourth-Down Conversions.......   1 of 1   0 of 3

  Red-Zone Scores-Chances.......      3-4      0-1

  Sacks By: Number-Yards........     7-37      0-0

 

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  RUSHING: WALSH-Dom. Williams 31-165; Toba Olarewaju 8-26; Joe Morgan 2-17;

  Rashid Sharif 1-7; Pat Kane 2-5; Jim Shiplett 1-minus 1. NOTRE DAME-POWELL

  18-106; CYR 6-9; PRESTON 1-5; HARRISON 1-2; HOWELL 1-1; PASTER 1-minus 1;

  FLOWERS J 5-minus 14.

 

  PASSING: WALSH-Jim Shiplett 13-22-1-144. NOTRE DAME-CYR 6-16-3-44; FLOWERS J

  6-13-0-142; PRESTON 1-1-0-30.

 

  RECEIVING: WALSH-Joe Morgan 8-75; Kade Wagner 3-30; A.J. Bunton 1-35; B.

  Schrecengost 1-4. NOTRE DAME-PASTER 5-104; HERNANDEZ 2-82; PRESTON 2-13;

  HARRISON 2-10; SMITH T 1-7; POWELL 1-0.

 

  INTERCEPTIONS: WALSH-DeW. Richardson 1-20; Aaron Forte 1-8; Pat Kane 1-0. NOTRE

  DAME-HAMILTON 1-28.

 

  FUMBLES: WALSH-Dom. Williams 2-2; Toba Olarewaju 1-0; M. Jefferson 1-1. NOTRE

  DAME-FLOWERS J 1-1; POWELL 1-0.

 

             WALSH vs NOTRE DAME (Sep 18, 2010 at Lyndhurst, Ohio)

 

  SACKS (UA-A): WALSH-R. Fehrenbach 0-3; Justin Brown 2-0; R.J. Jones 0-1; Rodd

  Story 0-1; Jamaal McClain 1-0; Nick Kohuth 0-1; Kirk Richardson 1-0. NOTRE

  DAME-None.

 

  TACKLES (UA-A): WALSH-DeW. Richardson 5-4; R.J. Jones 2-7; Justin Brown 2-6; R.

  Fehrenbach 0-8; Pat Kane 3-4; Jason Stiel 3-4; Mike Welce 1-6; Jamaal McClain

  2-3; Cody Kilar 1-3; Rodd Story 0-4; Chris Bivins 2-0; Brett Wycinski 1-1; M.

  Jefferson 0-2; TEAM 1-0; Derrick Showell 1-0; Kirk Richardson 1-0; Nick Kohuth

  0-1; Aaron Forte 0-1. NOTRE DAME-GRUNDER 4-9; HYDE 3-10; FRIEND 1-7; KREBS 2-4;

  SMITH D 2-4; FLOWERS S 2-3; SANNING 1-4; HAMILTON 1-3; REMARK 2-1; McDONALD 1-2;

  HANSEN 0-3; TRUMBLE 0-3; HARRISON 2-0; TEAM 1-1; BERRY 0-2; MALONE 0-2; LANIGAN

  0-2; PASTER 1-0; STUDER 1-0; HAYNES 0-1; GIANONI 0-1.

 

 

  Game Starters:

 

  WALSH                                     NOTRE DAME

 

  POS  ## OFFENSE                           POS  ## OFFENSE

       3  Joe Morgan                             8  PASTER

       15 Kade Wagner                            73 JAMES

       59 Jason Lee                              51 SCHUSTER J

       74 Derrick Showell                        77 ABED

       58 Michael Jenkins                        75 BROWN

       68 Dan Robinson                           70 NELLI

       77 Tim Goodman                            19 PRESTON

       82 B. Schrecengost                        4  CYR

       18 Jim Shiplett                           35 POWELL

       20 C. Blossomgame                         6  DONALD

       35 Justin Gidcumb                         3  SMITH T

 

  POS  ## DEFENSE                           POS  ## DEFENSE

       91 Justin Brown                           56 HAYNES

       95 Tony Reed                              13 MALONE

       90 Aaron Forte                            91 McDONALD

       11 Mike Welce                             11 HANSEN

       45 Rodd Story                             2  FRIEND

       56 Jason Stiel                            31 LANIGAN

       53 Cody Kilar                             27 KREBS

       32 Chris Bivins                           5  HYDE

       23 Pat Kane                               12 SMITH D

       9  DeW. Richardson                        7  GRUNDER

       5  Alex Racius                            9  FLOWERS S

 

 

  Player participation:

 

  WALSH: 4-A.J. Bunton, 6-Dom. Williams, 12-Brett Wycinski, 13-Brandon Mingo, 14-Tyler Pierce, 16-M. Jefferson, 25-Rashid Sharif,

  27-Toba Olarewaju, 31-Kyle Vaclav, 36-Ethan Oliver, 37-Adam Harris, 39-R.J. Jones, 40-Judd Ellinger, 47-Marcus Baker,

  52-Brandon Sayles, 57-Mike Garcar, 67-Nick Kohuth, 73-Michael Seibert, 81-Jeff Farrell, 83-Alvin Howard, 87-Matt Fahey,

  92-R. Fehrenbach, 96-Kirk Richardson, 97-Jamaal McClain, 99-Eric Buchanan.

 

  NOTRE DAME: 1-WHITE, 14-FLOWERS J, 16-MOUGEY, 17-DUMAS, 18-GEIER, 20-SANNING, 21-BOWLING, 26-PITTS, 28-HAMILTON, 30-TISCHLER,

  32-BERRY, 33-HARRISON, 37-REMARK, 38-DEARINGER, 44-HEAD, 45-GORDON, 46-FIELDS, 50-TRUMBLE, 55-STUDER, 68-FARINACCI, 71-HAWKINS,

  80-HOWELL, 85-HERNANDEZ, 92-BUCKNELL, 94-CHAPMAN, 97-GIANONI.

Oberlin women's soccer 

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After CMU scored at the 8:06 mark, Oberlin answered back just seconds later as Ryann McChesney sent in a shot from the top of the box into the top left upper 90 of the goal. The score would remain tied at one at the break. 
McChesney

However, in the second half the Tartans were able to gain control as they scored four goals within 12 minutes to put the game out of reach. 

First-year Charlotte Istel would net her first-career goal in the 77th minute as she sent a shot from the far side that sailed over the keeper’s head into the back post. 
Istel

Rachael Bandeira made six saves for the Yeowomen. CMU finished with a 22-15 edge in shots and had an 8-5 advantage on corner kicks. 

Oberlin returns to action on Tuesday night when it plays host to Heidelberg at 7 p.m. Fans should note that game was originally scheduled to be at Heidelberg, but will now be played at Fred Shults Field

Spartan Men's Soccer Drops Road 

Contest at Oberlin

By Nick Minerd

OBERLIN – The Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision on the road versus Oberlin College on Saturday, September 18 at Fred Shults Field.

With the loss, the Spartans fall to 3-2-2 overall and will return to action on Saturday, Sept. 25 at 2:00 p.m. versus HeidelbergUniversity at Case Field in Cleveland.

Oberlin got on the board just two minutes into the contest as Aki Gormezano scored following a Yeomen corner kick.
Case tied the game in the 26th minute on a follow-up shot by junior forward Vinny Bell (Parma Heights, OH/Valley Forge) via an assist from senior midfielder Alex King (Coopersburg, PA/Southern Lehigh.
The score remained locked until Wyatt Hayman scored off of a free kick in the 68th minute to give the Yeomen the 2-1 victory.
Bell led all players with seven shots on goal as Case combined to outshoot Oberlin, 21-10. The Spartans also held the advantage incorner kicks, 7-4.

Spartan junior goalkeeper Ben Yabrow (Marietta, GA/George Walton Comprehensive) made one save while Oberlin’s Chris Sunby was credited with five.

Hiram Football

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Hiram would take little time scoring on its first possession of the first quarter going 57 yards in five plays that took 1:43 and ended in a 28-yard TD pass play from sophomore quarterback Brendan Rehor (Bay Village/Bay) to Campbell at the 13:17 minute mark to give the Terriers a 7-0 lead.  The lone TD would be the only points of the quarter.


Denison cut the lead to four points with a 30-yard field goal by Kevin Scneider in the second quarter that capped a 13-play, 76-yard drive making the score 7-3.  Hiram went on to score 10 unanswered points in the period including Campbell’s second TD reception of the game on a nine-yard pass play that was part of a 10-play, 65-yard drive following the Big Red score.  The Terriers also added a 35-yard field goal by sophomore Luke Russo (Strongsville/Bedford Chanel) as time expired, resulting in a 17-3 lead at the break.


In the third quarter, the Big Red received the opening kick and scored on a one-yard TD run by Sam Fioroni to narrow the deficit to 17-10 with 12:40 left to play.  Hiram answered the Denison score with a TD of its own thanks to a 15-yard TD pass from Rehor, his third of the game, to freshman running back Caleb Jones (Lake Placid, Fla./Lake Placid) to extend the lead back to 14 points, 24-10, heading into the fourth quarter.


Denison pulled to within a TD once again with its first score of the final quarter at the 8:46 mark on a 12-yard TD pass from quarterback Max Paulus to Jeff Cochran, making the score 24-17.  On Hiram’s ensuing possession, the Terrier drive would consume most of the remaing time in the quarter, but would be forced to give the ball back to the Big Red with just under a minute left in the game.  Dension then threw three incomplete passes, but a personal foul by Hiram on the third incompletion, gave the Big Red new life with a new set of downs.  Denison then went the remaining length of the field in two pass plays, including a 29-yard TD completion from Paulus to Braden Layer to tie the game at 24-24 with 14 seconds left and sent the game into overtime. 


In the overtime period, Denison would get the ball first and take the lead on a 13-yard TD run by Fioroni to give the Big Red their first lead of the game at 31-24.  Hiram would have a chance to even the score, but the Terriers would not find the endzone ending the game resulting in 31-24 overtime win for the Big Red.


Both offenses recorded impressive performances with a combined 961 yards of total offense.  Dension finished the game with 545 yards of offense (190 rushing and 355 passing) as Hiram totaled 416 yards of offense (93 rushing and 323 passing).


Individually for Denison, Fioroni led the ground attack with a game-high 200 yards on 22 carries and two TD.  Paulus finished the game 27-of-46 for 355 yards with two TD and three interceptions.  Cochran led the Dension wideouts with five catches for 68 yards and a score.  Layer caught four passes for a team-best 75 yards and a TD. 


 Defensively, Alex Sycer led the team in tackles with 11, including a tackle for loss, followed by Scott Baird with 10 stops.


Hiram was led by Campbell who finished with game-highs and single-game records of 15 catches for 217 yards in addition to his two TD.  Rehor had his strongest performance so far this season completing 32-of-46 passes for 323 yards and three TD.  Rehor also led the Terriers in rushing with 63 yards on 12 carries. 


 Defensively, senior linebacker Stefhen Offutt (Twinsburg) tallied a career and game-high 12 tackles, including a half sack.  Junior Jarrod Lewis (Petersburg/Springfield Local) also recorded double-figure tackles with a career high 10 stops with 1.5 sacks and 2.5 tackles for loss.


Hiram will host Oberlin College on Saturday, Sept. 25 at Henry Field.  The game will be part of Homecoming Weekend with kickoff scheduled for 1 p.m.

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