Bernard led the Muskies with a career-best 172 rushing yards on 21 attempts with two touchdowns in a 38-21 victory over Wilmington. Johnson averaged 8.2 yards per carry and did not have a rush for loss.
Niles paced ONU’s defense in a 45-35 win over Otterbein, tying a career-high 15 total tackles (3 TFL, -11 yards) and two sacks.
Football (Special Teams)
Cardington, Ohio/Cardington Lincoln
Steckel had three PATs and was successful on both of his field goal tries from 32 and 28 yards in a close 34-33 loss to Baldwin Wallace.
Howard, Pa./Central Mountain
Laughner placed third in a field of 127 competitors comprised of Div. I, II, III and NAIA runners at the All-Ohio Championships hosted by Cedarville University. Laughner covered the course in 23:30.7 and garnered All-Ohio honors (top-35 runners). BW finished third among 16 schools.
Hampton placed second in a field of 305 competitors comprised of Div. I, II, III and NAIA runners at the All-Ohio Championships hosted by Cedarville University. Hampton covered the course in 25:13.1, garnered All-Ohio honors (top-35 runners) and led the Cardinals to their second straight team title.
Huppert led ONU to victories over No. 25 Muskingum and Earlham (Ind.) last week with 36 kills, a .365 hitting percentage and 11 blocks.
Plain City, Ohio/Alder
Hostetler posted 58 digs and had two aces to help ONU to victories over No. 25 Muskingum and Earlham (Ind.) last week.
Penquite posted 10 saves in the Pioneers’ 2-1 win over nationally-ranked Case Western.
Indianapolis, Ind./North Cental
King scored two goals, including the game-winner in the 106th minute to lead the Polar Bears past Alma (Mich.) 2-1 on Saturday. King also scored one goal and had an assist in ONU’s 3-1 win over Adrian (Mich.)
Campbell racked up seven points with 2 two goals and three assists in the Berg’s 7-1 victory over Bluffton.
Mantz made 10 saves in a 2-1 double overtime win against Hiram.
Prospect Hts., Ill/St. Viator
O’Grady led the Blue Streaks to the team title at the BW Invitational held at Pine Hills Golf Course. He shot a two under par 70 to garner medalist honors, four strokes ahead of second place.
Farmington Hills, Mich./Ladywood
Cranmer led the Polar Bears to the team title at the OAC Fall Preview at River Greens Golf Course. She took home Medalist honors with a 161 (81-80), two shots ahead of the field. This is the third tournament that Cranmer has won this season.