Breaking free


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Having left one potential tackler in the dust, Spencer Sharpe of the Steelers takes a look at another defender during PAL Football League action against the Cowboys on Saturday, Oct. 2.

Looking for room


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Cale Burnau of the Cowboys looks for running room in PAL football League action against the Steelers on Saturday, Oct. 2.

Shoemaker's two touchdowns leads HNHS to a 38-6 victory over host Anderson

Once again, junior standout running back Austin Shoemaker led the Huntington North High School varsity football team, this time to a 38-6 victory over host Anderson on Friday, Oct. 2, rushing for 109 yards and bringing home two touchdowns.

Three other Vikings also had touchdowns, one of which being a 28-yard reception by junior Cole Bowman. Austin Drummond had 86 total receiving yards in eight receptions including a tuochdown. Junior linebacker Aaron Wolf took an interception back 35 yards for the other touchdown.

Huntington University announces homecoming royalty

Amos Rawley (right), a Bible and religion major from Greencastle, PA, was named king, and Katie Aeschliman, a public relations major from Stryker, OH, was crowned queen when the Huntington University student body crowned its homecoming royalty Oct. 2.
Photo by Jessica Williams.

Seniors in the homecoming court included Melissa Keighin, a social work major from Carlock, IL; Danielle Miller, a communication studies major from Findlay, OH; Jessica Rhode, a nursing major from Japan; Matthew Cable, a youth ministries and missions major from Chambersburg, PA; Joel Reichenbach, a youth ministries major from Bluffton, OH; and Peter Owens, a Bible and religion major from Indianapolis.

Representing the freshman class were court attendants Lauren Kerr, a missions major from Lake Orion, MI, and George Halim, a broadcasting major from Canada.

Oak Lanes Bowling Results -- Fall Leagues

Monday Industrial
Men's High Game: Bill Moyer, 215; Cory Johnson, 204; Shawn Taylor, 190.
Men's High Series: Bill Moyer, 619; Cory Johnson, 514; Don Bauer, 504.
Women's High Game: Sarah Johnson, 174; Kay Bishop, 154; Sharon Rupert, 149.
Women's High Series: Sarah Johnson, 467; Kay Bishop, 418; Sharon Rupert, 388.
Most over: Sarah Johnson, +101; Bill Moyer, +46; Dale Rice, +44.
Top Teams: Team #2, 9-3; Team #1, 7-5; Team #4, 6-6.

HCCSC board reluctantly lets teacher move to energy education specialist role

Chris Hoke, who has taught science and social studies for several years at Huntington North High School, will transfer to the Administrative Service Center as of the second semester of the school year and will no longer teach.

Hoke, who currently teaches one Advanced Placement government class and three physics classes, will wear the cap of energy education specialist come 2010. The position is designed to provide the school corporation information to save energy, explains Dave McKee, assistant superintendent for business.

McKinzie leads Riverview harriers over Canterbuy

Keenan McKinzie finished second overall to lead the Riverview Middle School boys' cross country team to a win over host Canterbury on Wednesday, Sept. 30.

Riverview finished with a score of 23, and Canterbury had 32.

Alex Easley placed third, Austin Lange took fourth, Jack Doughty ended in eighth and Alex Riggers finished ninth.
Riverview's girls' cross country team fell to Canterbury, with Riverview having 34 points and the host school ending with 32.

Crestview boys and girls dominate cross country meet with Blackford and Bluffton

Both the boys' and girl's cross country teams from Crestview Middle School dominated their respective competitions in a three-way meet with Blackford and Bluffton on Thursday, Oct. 1.

In the boys' race, Crestview ended with an almost-perfect score of 17. CMS took the top three places, as well as six of the top 10 positions overall.

Caleb Stoffel came in first in 12:03, to lead the meet. Alec Justice was right behind in second, Landon Underwood placed third, Tyler Henline ended in fifth and Dylan Mower wrapped up the scoring for Crestview in sixth.

Riverview's seventh-graders beat McCulloch on gridiron

The Riverview Middle School eighth grade football team lost to Marion McCulloch 6-0 in an evenly-matched game on Tuesday, Sept. 29.

Marion scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter with three minutes left in the game. A last drive by the Raiders stalled, and time ran out.

Riverview's seventh grade football team fared better than their older counterparts, shutting out Marion 14-0.

Drew Fawcett rushed for 63 yards, and quarterback Dustin Campbell had two passes for 39 yards. The duo of Chad Champion and Shawn Renz led the defense, getting four tackles each.

Dydasco carries Crestview eighth-graders over Maconaquah

Charleston Dydasco rushed for 112 yards and had two touchdowns, one on a 70-yard kickoff return, to lead the Crestview Middle School eighth grade football team to a 22-6 victory over Maconoquah on Tuesday, Sept. 29.

Quarterback Skyler Veilleux had a third touchdown and was 5 for 6 in passing, totaling 41 yards. Jerin Taylor and Tyler Veilleux had extra points.

Taylor and Karston Goldner each had four tackles, and Johans Foster and Tyler Veilleux each had an interception.
Crestview's seventh grade football team shut out Maconoquah 16-0.

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