Athletes of the Week-September 23, 2019
Barrett led the Quakers in 42-38 win over Ohio Northern with 406 passing yards (26-of 34) and four touchdowns. He brought the Fightin' Quakers back from a 38-35 deficit with a 90-yard, game-winning touchdown drive, tossing the game-winning pass with just 28 second remaining. This win snapped Wilmington’s 25-game losing streak to ONU, dating back to 1956.
Parks led the Quaker’s defense with 14 tackles and two sacks in 38-35 win over Ohio Northern. This was the program’s first win over ONU since 1956.
Football (Special Teams)
Cardington, Ohio/Cardington Lincoln
Steckel was a perfect seven-of-seven on PATs and was successful on both of his field goal tries from 31 and 21 yards in the Student Princes’ 55-6 win over Capital.
Hlas posted his fourth shutout of the season against Denison and picked the win a 2-1 victory over Geneva (Pa). Hlas made six saves on the week. This is Hlas third Defensive Athlete of the Week honor this season.
Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls
Wikle scored three goals over two games last week, including a pair of goals in the last eight minutes to give the Raiders a 2-1 victory over Geneva (Pa.). His third goal was the game winner over Denison.
Kaufman helped the Student Princes end a three game losing skid with a goal in a 3-1 win over Trine. She then scored a pair of second-half goals in a 4-4 tie with Transylvania.
Casstown, Ohio/Miami East
Bodenmiller helped the Muskies to a 3-0 record last week with nine saves and a zero goals against average. Against Bluffton, she recorded rare assist off a punt to help create the first goal in a 2-0 victory.
DiBease posted 46 kills (3.38 per set) last week, including a season-high 20 kills in a win over No. 23 Clarkson to help the Purple Raiders post a 3-0 record. DiBease also tallied four assists, five blocks and 45 digs (3.75 per set) on the week.
North Fairfield, Ohio/South Central
Oney tallied 57 digs (6.25 per set) last week to help the Berg post a 2-1 record. Oney racked up 25 digs alone in the four-set loss to No. 23 Clarkson University. Oney also provided six assists, two service aces and a kill.
Eddins posted a career low score of 140 (67-73=140, -5 par) to earned medalist honors at the Mount Union Invitational. The Purple Raiders took home first place in the six team field.
Farmington Hills, Mich./Ladywood
Cranmer led the ONU to the team title at the Bluffton HCAC Fall Invitational last weekend. She placed seventh out of 76 golfers with rounds of 80-84=164 (+20 par).
Willoughby Hills, Ohio/Lake Catholic
Hansel led the Crusaders with a first place finish at the Cougar Invitational hosted by Columbus State Community College on Saturday. Hansel finished the course in 16:43.
Costanzo led the Crusader with a first place finish at the Cougar Invitational hosted by Columbus State Community College last weekend. Costanzo covered the course in 20:46.