Sports

Crestview cagers sweep Lakeview

The Crestview Middle School boys’ basketball team topped visiting Lakeview, 55-39, on Thursday, Nov. 20.

Trey Williams dropped in 18 points to lead the Cougars, 2-0. Sawyer Stoltz added 15 points to the hosts’ cause while Jack Curless collected 11 rebounds.

Crestview’s seventh-grade squad also won, 25-20.

The Cougars’ sixth-grade teams each faced Churubusco and were both victorious. Crestview Red bested the Eagles’ No. 1 squad, 25-16, behind 12 points from Koleman Stephan, while Crestview Blue dispatched Churubusco’s No. 2 team, 20-6.

HU keglers fourth at AC Open

The Huntington University men’s bowling team claimed fourth in the AC Open, held at Lenawee Recreation Center in Adrian, MI, on Saturday, Nov. 15.

The Forester squad of Connor Brown, Tyler Neff, Joe Miller, Daniel Miller, Seth Walker and Jake Neely finished fourth for the second time this season with a total of 6,666 pins.

After game one, Huntington found itself tied with Bowling Green for fifth place with 861 pins and remained at that spot through their regular team games, having rolled games of 919-936-949 for a 3,665 total.

HU women bowlers third in AC Open

The Huntington University women’s bowling team took third in the AC Open, held at Lenawee Recreation Center in Adrian, MI, on Saturday, Nov. 15.

For the sixth-ranked Foresters, it marked their third thirdrd-place finish in the last four outings.

Bowling on a tight Kegel Kode Sport Series 42’ shot, Huntington had to fight back from a slow start. Playing four regular team games and 16 Baker games, the Foresters shot an 804 in the first game to start in 4th place behind No. 10 Alma (951), No. 9 Bowling Green (842) and host and 2014 National Finalist Adrian (849).

Catching some air


Photo by Steve Clark.

Abby Denman, 8, a Level 3 gymnast with Huntington Gymnastics Academy (HGA), catches some air while competing on the balance beam during the Turkey Tumble, a gymnastics competition hosted by HGA in the Huntington North High School Fieldhouse on Sunday, Nov. 16.

PAL football champs 11 and Up


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The Panthers are the champions of the Huntington Police Athletic League 11 and Up Flag Football Division. The team beat the Bills, 35-14, in the tournament championship game. Pictured are (front row from left) Isaac Zay, Noah Wagner, (second row from left) Tom Schweller, Nick Johnson, Isaac Hostetler, Max Pasko, Owen Woolard and (back row from left) coaches Lee Pasko, Troy Hostetler, Andrew Schweller and Darren Johnson.

PAL football champs 9 and 10


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The Redskins are the champions of the Huntington Police Athletic League 9 and 10-year-old Flag Football Division. The team edged the Raiders, 13-6, in the tournament championship game. Pictured are (front row from left) Simon Lopshire, Melody Bickle, Wyatt Eckert, Braden Johnson, Brett Krumanaker, Luke Teusch, Lawson Doyle; (second row from left) Colt Hacker, Grant Beckner, Cole Collins, Wesley Huff, Brock Krumanaker, Andrew Szelis, Keegan Spann and (back row from left) coaches Don Story, Wayne Huff and Jeremy Doyle.

PAL football champs 7 and 8


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The Saints are the champions of the Huntington Police Athletic League 7 and 8-year-old Flag Football Division. The team defeated the Jets, 22-6, in the tournament championship game. Pictured are (front row from left) Korbin Stallings, Brock Fippen, Damon Burkett, Isaac Scheiber; (second row from left) Gage Joseph, Leland Lewis, Blake Loar, Josiah Spath, Jack Eckert, Thaddeus Lewis, Brady Harris and (back row from left) coaches Jeff Lewis, Ryan Lewis and Jason Lewis. Not pictured is Coach Phil Eckert.

Foresters' Moore, Wood to compete at NAIA cross country meet Saturday

Huntington University’s Hannah Moore and Krista Wood are among the 84 individual qualifiers for the 2014 NAIA Cross Country National Championships, set for Saturday, Nov. 22, at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, KS.

The juniors’ invitation to compete at nationals is based on their finishes at the Crossroads League Championships on Saturday, Nov. 15, where Moore claimed sixth and Wood finished 13th.

Pair of HU frosh on Crossroads League volleyball second team

The Crossroads League announced its 2014 volleyball all-conference teams on Monday, Nov. 17, and three players from Huntington University’s squad were among the list of honorees.

A pair of rookies topped the list for Huntington. Freshman middle blocker Josie Beaver paced the Foresters offensively and for her efforts received second team all-conference honors. She led the team in blocks with 131 and the conference in blocks per set, with 1.2. The former Huntington North standout also accumulated a team-best 219 kills to average 2.05 kills per set.

Crestview sixth grade boys win pair against Riverview

The Crestview Middle School sixth-grade boys’ basketball teams squared off against Riverview’s squads on Monday, Nov. 17, and came away with a pair of wins.

The Cougars’ blue squad dispatched the Raiders’ No. 1 team, 40-6. Noah Zahn led Crestview with 12 points while Mitchel Gerber tossed in 10 and Dominic Adams added eight.

Crestview’s red team topped Riverview’s second squad, 22-11. Alex Gass and Sam Thompson tossed in eight and six points, respectively.

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