Salamonie Rebels top Riverview on gridiron, 30-6

Kennan Mooberry led the Salamonie School Rebels football team to a 30-6 victory on Tuesday, Sept. 15, against the Riverview Raiders.

Mooberry rushed for 84 yards total, had two touchdowns, a safety and a fumble recovery. Austin Rosen assisted in leading the Salamonie offense by having 68 rushing yards, two more touchdowns, and two two-point conversions. Wyatt Cocklin had two receptions totaling 51 yards.

Crestview seventh grade volleyball squad beats Indian Springs

Kenzie Stephan's nine points led the Crestview Middle School seventh grade volleyball team past Indian Springs in three games with scores of 25-19, 14-25, 15-12 on Monday, Sept. 14.

Aly Grabner had seven points and Kaitlyn Oswalt had five points.

The team's record is now 3-1.

Crestview's eighth grade team, however, did not fare as well. They lost to Indian Springs in two games, with scores of 7-25, 16-25.

Riverview cross country sweeps Bluffton

The Riverview Middle School cross country teams swept their meets with Bluffton on Monday, Sept. 14.

In the seventh grade race, Riverview won 22-35.

Riverview runners Keenan McKinzie placed second, Jack Doughty placed third, Riley Killen took fourth, Hannah Stoffel placed sixth and Austin Lange ended in seventh.
The eighth grade team won by forfeit.

In that race, Riverview's Alex Easley took second, Paulina Grunden placed third, Cassidy Johnson ended in fifth, Miguel Huerta had sixth and Jamie Feller placed eighth.

 

Oak Lanes Bowling Results -- Fall Leagues

Tuesday Night Owls
Women's High Game: Angie Tackett, 246; Amy Rumler, 123.
Women's High Series: Angie Tackett, 660; Amy Rumler, 343.
Top Teams: Young's Café, 11-1; First Federal, 10-2; Speaker World, 9-3.

Riverview has cross country invitational Saturday

Crestview Middle School’s Alec Justice (left) overtakes two runners from Marion Justice Middle School during the final stretch of the course to win the seventh grade cross-country race at the Riverview Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Photo by Matt Murphy.

The Riverview Invitational was held on Saturday, Sept. 12, and consisted of 185 competitors from six area middle schools.

Medals were given to the top 10 finishers and ribbons were given to the top 40. The top three girls in each race were also honored.

In the eighth grade race, Eastbrook Middle School took first with 29 points. Marion-Justice came in second with 45, Crestview was third with 51 points, Riverview had 89 points to take fourth and Salamonie had fifth with 107 points.

Stell goes for 213 yards and three touchdowns to lead HNHS frosh to win

Braydin Stell rushed for 213 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Huntington North High School freshman football team to a 27-18 victory against host Logansport on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Trenton Kern, Austin Shrock and Tanner Konsey all had fumble recoveries.

Andy Moore led the defense with nine tackles.

The freshman team is now 2-2 for the season.

 

JNHS JV football team falls to Logansport

Zach Goetz had the only touchdown for the Vikings as the Huntington North High School junior varsity football team went down against host Logansport 16-7 on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Goetz's 6-yard touchdown came from a pass by quarterback Kevin Fisher.

The junior varsity squad is now 2-2 in the season.

 

Lady Eagles volleyball team beats Lady Warriors

With 10 aces, Marina Stoffel led the Huntington Lady Eagles varsity volleyball team to victory in three sets, with scores of 25-18, 25-16, 25-19, against the W.A.C.H.E. Lady Warriors on Friday, Sept. 11.

Stoffel also had 13 digs. In addition to Stoffel, standouts included Kaleigh Shultz with 11 assists, and Rebecca Daniels with 19 digs and 11 kills.

 

Fawcett scores trio to lead Riverview seventh-graders past Logansport

Drew Fawcett had three touchdowns to lead the Riverview Middle School seventh grade football team victory against Logansport Lincoln, 22-20, in overtime on Thursday, Sept. 10.

The eighth grade Riverview team also won against Logansport Lincoln, 26-22.

Austin Case had two touchdowns and Elliot Forth and Dan Jacobs each had one touchdown.

 

Leady Eagles volleyball team drops Anderson

The Huntington Lady Eagles varsity volleyball team defeated the Anderson Angels in three games with scores of 25-11, 25-15, 25-16, at the Salamonie School gym on Tuesday, Sept. 9.

Marina Stoffel led the defense for the Lady Eagles with 20 digs. Dana Stoffel and Kelsey Featherston each had 10 digs.

Featherston took care of the offense as well with 16 aces and four kills.

 

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