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Sunday, October 20, 2013Locally: Ohio Northern blanks Marietta, 45-0
ADA -- Patrick Angle threw three touchdown passes and Justin Magazine ran for another as Ohio Northern shut out Marietta 45-0 Saturday in an Ohio Athletic Conference football game.
Angle was 14 of 27 passing for 253 yards with touchdown passes of 21, 70 and 44 yards for the Polar Bears (3-3, 2-3 OAC).
Magazine led the Polar Bears on the ground with 115 yards on 14 carries and a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. Devon Price had a team-high seven receptions for 152 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown catch for the Polar Bears.
Marietta 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Ohio Northern 3 21 14 7 -- 45
ONU -- FG DiMario 27
ONU -- Chamberlin 21 pass from Angle (DiMario kick)
ONU -- Malone 72 punt return (DiMario kick)
ONU -- Price 70 pass from Angle (DiMario kick)
ONU -- Malone 44 pass from Angle (DiMario kick)
ONU -- Magazine 1 run (DiMario kick)
ONU -- McCray 29 pass from Devine (DiMario kick)
HANOVER, Ind. -- Hanover dominated Bluffton in every facet of the game and the Panthers battered the Beavers 41-0 Saturday in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference football action.
Dexter Britt was 17 of 24 passing for 232 yards and threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Spencer Corrao. He also ran for 46 yards and touchdowns of 3 and 7 yards for Hanover (2-4, 2-2 HCAC). Corrao ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns as well.
The Panthers picked up 24 first downs and 431 total yards, while Bluffton (1-6, 1-4) achieved just eight first downs and 126 total yards.
Christian Sewell ran for 60 yards on 16 carries and Conner Sheehan was 7 of 23 passing for 62 yards and one interception.
Bluffton 0 0 0 0 -- 0
Hanover 0 28 6 7 -- 41
HC -- Corrao 12 run (Dunlop kick)
HC -- Worden fumble recovery in end zone (Dunlop kick)
HC -- Corrao 14 pass from Britt (Dunlop kick)
HC -- Britt 3 run (Dunlop kick)
HC -- Britt 7 run (Dunlop kick)
HC -- Corrao 4 run (Wheeler kick)
UF swimmers split
Four University of Findlay women swimmers were double winners Saturday as the Oilers defeated Tiffin in a men's and women's dual at Sink Natatorium.
The UF women won 121-64, while the men's team fell 133-98.
Diver Ashleigh Weddington set a UF record with a 269.50 total on the 3-meter board and met a national qualifying standard in the process. She also won the 1-meter diving (249.65).
Corrina Talamo won the 500 (5:44.94) and 1,000 (11:50.95) freestyle events; Jessica Ward was a double winner in the 100 (56.29) and 200 free (2:04.26); Molly Cade posted wins in the 200 individual medley (2:18.28) and the 100 backstroke (1:02.80); Emily Annen was victorious in the 50 free (26.64); and Ailsa Hershaw took the 100 butterfly (1:04.50).
Lindsey Norris, Annie Curren, Gabby Fenn and Kari Lemanski took the 400 medley relay (4:40.52) and Cade, Kaley Holmstrom, Kyleigh Rubis and Marissa McDonald were first in the 400 free (3:53.13).
On the men's side, junior Diego Santos won the 100 backstroke (57.61) and Todo Djurovic the 100 breast (58.85).
GVSU sweeps Oilers
ALLENDALE, Mich. -- The University of Findlay volleyball team suffered its second straight loss to a ranked team, falling 25-19, 25-14, 25-11 to 20th-ranked Grand Valley State Saturday in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.
The Oilers (12-8, 5-6 GLIAC) dropped all six sets in falling to Ferris State on Friday and then Grand Valley State (16-3, 10-1). two teams who are a 20-2 in the GLIAC.
Senior hitter Mackenzie Vorst led UF with seven kills, Julie Lyons had five kills, Danielle Taflinger three kills and two blocks, Amanda Calhoun and Hannah Tong four kills each. Calhoun had 21 assists and seven digs and Brittany Hall provided eight digs.
Tropf has 8 goals
BLUFFTON -- Former Van Buren girls soccer standout Kristen Tropf has started her collegiate career where she left off in high school.
Tropf, a freshman midfielder for the Beavers, currently leads Bluffton with eight goals.
On Oct. 15, Tropf scored three goals in the Beavers' 5-0 victory over Anderson University.
Fry records ace
FOSTORIA -- Mark Fry used a 9-iron to record his first hole-in-one Friday on the 118-yard, No. 18 hole at Loudon Meadows Golf Club.
Dan and David Fry witnessed the shot.
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