B Page -- Sept. 22, 2010

Berea High alum Derrick Paster

Notre Dame Football

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Every week in the Falcons’ inaugural season is an opportunity the team to post program firsts. Last week, in a 34-14 loss to a ranked (No. 10 NAIA Coaches’ Poll) Walsh squad, Notre Dame saw two firsts. 

RB Pedro Powell became the first player to rush for 100 yards in a game, and WR Derrick Paster also passed the 100-yard mark, with his milestone coming in receiving yards. Powell garnered 106 yards on 18 carries against a stout Cavalier run defense. 


Paster had five catches, totaling 104 yards on the afternoon. One of those catches marked another NDC milestone, the program’s first passing touchdown. Powell and Paster are the Falcons leading rusher and receiver, respectively, this season: Powell has rushed for 159 yards; Paster has 257 receiving yards.

National Cross Poll

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The only other team from Ohio that is ranked in the poll is Case Western Reserve at No. 27.

Mount Union races this week at the Otterbein Invitational Saturday in Westerville, Ohio.


Allegheny, which has three Cleveland runners and is in a predominantly Ohio league, is ranked third.


B-W Men’s Soccer Ties Allegheny (Pa.) in Double Overtime, 1-1

BEREA, OHIO – The Baldwin-Wallace College men’s soccer team tied Allegheny (Pa.) College, 1-1, in double overtime, tonight (Wednesday, September 22, 2010) a non-league match in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

With the draw, B-W is now 5-2-2 overall, while Allegheny is 4-3-2.

The Yellow Jackets opened the scoring at the 9:14 mark of the first half when sophomore midfielder Justin Peterson (Rochester Hills, Mich./ Rochester Adams) scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season off an assist from junior defender Andrew Thompson(Huron). B-W maintained control of the game and the 1-0 lead into halftime.

In the second half, Allegheny equalized the score at 58:42 when Andrew Miller made his second goal of the season assisted by Brian Graham.  With the score at 1-1 at the end of the second half, the game went into overtime. Allegheny made things interesting with some last minute shots, but B-W held on for the draw.

The Jackets outshot the Gators 16-11, but were out cornered by Allegheny,  8-4.

In net, B-W sophomore Ryan Hulings (Centerville) played all 110 minutes and made two saves to keep the draw.

The Yellow Jackets next play this Saturday (Sept. 25) when B-W hosts a men’s and women’s soccer doubleheader versus Westminister (Pa.) College on Tressel Field at The George Finnie Stadium in Berea.  The women start at 1:00 and the men play at 3:00 p.m.


NR,0 – Bay,4

Scorers: Bay-keesh,heller,Kinsey

Goalkeepers – Bay-Toth(2) ; NR- Sismour(13)

NR 2-7-2; Bay 8-0-2

Oberlin/Hiram Football

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Series Information ... 

Oberlin trails the all-time series against the Terriers 23-28 … Saturday marks the 52nd meeting between the two foes with their first meeting coming all the way back in 1895 – as the Yeomen routed the Terriers won 52-0 … Last season, the Yeomen defeated the Terriers 34-29 to close out the season … In that meeting, freshman quarterback David Kalgren had arguably his best game of the season as he threw and rushed for career-highs, 219 yards and 116 yards, respectively … The Yeomen led by as many 10 points in the second quarter but needed a late defensive stand to preserve the win … The Yeomen were led defensively by Shawn ChrapczynskiDerrick Dennis, and Matt Misorski as each of them recorded eight tackles for a defense that racked up six tackles for a loss in the game.

Scouting the Terriers…

The Scots are coming off of a narrow 31-24 loss to Denison University in overtime … Hiram led by as many as 14 points into the fourth quarter but gave up 21 unanswered points in the fourth and overtime … Hiram is led offensively by sophomore quarterback Brendan Rehor who is completing 68.8 percent of his passes for an average of 258.7 yards per game … The Terriers biggest offensive weapon is senior wideout Glenn Campbell, who through three games, has 28 catches for 384 yards and two touchdowns … Last week against Hiram, Campbell caught 15 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns … Defensively, the Terriers are led by two-time All-NCAC junior linebacker Jon Hull and Oliver Dickerhoof, both of whom have 31 tackles on the season … While Dickerhoof leads the team in sacks with 3, Hull has two fumble recoveries, returning one of the two for a touchdown.

Tough Sledding … 

For the second straight week, the Yeomen have struggled to get the ground game going … Against the Scots, the Yeomen could muster only 41 yards on the ground … The inability to run became ever more of a problem as the Yeomen once again became one-dimensional … Quarterback Josh Mandel, coming off his 335 yard performance against Kenyon, only threw for 160 yards and was picked off three times … In order to take the pressure off of Mandel, who is still only in his first full year as the starter, the running back tandem ofDrew Mixter and Moses Richardson in conjunction with an experienced offensive line must work to get the running game back on track for Oberlin.

Hello Harvey … 

Last week against the Scots, senior wide receiver Ryan Harvey stepped up in a big way by once again emerging as a deep threat for the Yeomen … The Perry, Ohio native caught five passes for 90 yards and two scores … He now has seven career TD catches … Look for the combo of Adam Niec and Harvey to carry the Yeomen receiving corps for the rest of the season, as they are becoming Mandel’s go-to receivers

Shootout in the Making? … 

The Yeomen and Terriers have both been giving up large chunks of yards in the early part of the season as the Oberlin defense has surrendered 425 yards per game, while the Terriers are allowing 416 yards per contest … With shaky defense and explosive and dynamic offenses on the field, this year’s matchup has all the makings of an old-fashioned shootout … Oberlin will need everyone on their defense to step up their game to look to slow the Terrier offensive attack.

A New Record … 

Junior punter Cory Kidd is on pace for one of the best season’s in Oberlin history punting the football … Against the Scots, Kidd set a new singe-game school record with 48.8-yard average, besting the previous record by more than two yards … Kidd unseated Kevney O’Connor whose previous record of 46.6 yards against Denison University has stood since 1949 … On the season, the Wellington, Ohio native has punted the ball nine times for an average of 46.7 yards per kick … The record for average yards in a season stands at 40.4 yards set by Dave Bruno in the 1982 season. 

B-W Men’s Soccer Ties Allegheny 

(Pa.) in Double Overtime, 1-1

BEREA, OHIO – The Baldwin-Wallace College men’s soccer team tied Allegheny (Pa.) College, 1-1, in double overtime, tonight (Wednesday, September 22, 2010) a non-league match in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

With the draw, B-W is now 5-2-2 overall, while Allegheny is 4-3-2.

The Yellow Jackets opened the scoring at the 9:14 mark of the first half when sophomore midfielder Justin Peterson (Rochester Hills, Mich./ Rochester Adams) scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season off an assist from junior defender Andrew Thompson(Huron). B-W maintained control of the game and the 1-0 lead into halftime.

In the second half, Allegheny equalized the score at 58:42 when Andrew Miller made his second goal of the season assisted by Brian Graham.  With the score at 1-1 at the end of the second half, the game went into overtime. Allegheny made things interesting with some last minute shots, but B-W held on for the draw.

The Jackets outshot the Gators 16-11, but were out cornered by Allegheny,  8-4.

In net, B-W sophomore Ryan Hulings (Centerville) played all 110 minutes and made two saves to keep the draw.

The Yellow Jackets next play this Saturday (Sept. 25) when B-W hosts a men’s and women’s soccer doubleheader versus Westminister (Pa.) College on Tressel Field at The George Finnie Stadium in Berea.  The women start at 1:00 and the men play at 3:00 p.m.
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