Athletes of the Week-October 14, 2019
Port St. Lucie, Fla./Port St. Lucie
Yearby rushed for 165 yards on 25 carries with two touchdowns in a 58-32 win at Marietta. Yearby’s rushing efforts helped Heidelberg post over 600 yards of total offense.
West Salem, Ohio/Northwestern
Smith made six tackles, including one for a loss and had a critical interception in the end zone in the Berg’s 58-32 win at Marietta. He also averaged 40.8 yards on four punts.
Football (Special Teams)
Lupo made two field goals (29 and 28 yards) and was a perfect 10-of-10 in PATs to account for 16 points in the Blue Streaks victory at Capital
Springfield, Ohio/Springfield Catholic Central
Yontz finished in 27th place at the Wilmington JennaStrong Fall Classic. Yontz covered the in 5K course in 19:25.9 to help the Quakers finish in 13th place among 33 teams.
Heys took home 20th place at the Wilmington JennaStrong Fall Classic. Heys covered the 8K course in 26:03.7 to help the Quakers to 5th place among 36 teams.
Hlas faced 31 shots and made nine saves in the Purple Raiders ties against No. 12 John Carroll (0-0, 2OT) and Wilmington (0-0). This is the second straight week, fifth time this season Hlas has garnered this award.
Indianapolis, Ind./North Cental
Gundlach scored twice and added an assist in the Polar Bear’s 8-0 win over Muskingum on Saturday.
New Albany, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales
Shivley tallied seven points (2G, 3A) last week to become Otterbein’s all-time leading scorer, surpassing 100 goals for her career. The Cardinals finished the week with a 2-0 record.
Avon Lake, Ohio/Avon Lake
DelGuidice faced 37 shots and made 15 saves in two shutout victories over Mount Union (1-0) and Capital (1-0) last week.
Harrison Twp., Mich./Tippecanoe
Shuk finished the week with an .500 hitting percent and 3.6 kills per set to help the Cardinals to a 2-0 record on the week. Her standout performance was a hitting line of 17-1-23 in a road win over Baldwin Wallace.
Plain City, Ohio/Alder
Hostetler posted 116 digs (6.44 dps) and six aces on the week to help the Polar to a 4-1 record. Hostetler was named to the Trinity (Tex.) Invitational All-Tournament Team for her efforts.