Archive - Oct 16, 2010 - Sports Article
CULVER â€” Culver Community football head coach Andy Thomas said his team treated Fridayâ€™s regular-season finale with LaVille as a playoff game.
Given the results, the defending sectional champion Cavs look poised to make a strong run at a repeat.
Senior running back Mike Salary danced his way to 213 yards in 16 carries, scored twice, and even tossed a touchdown pass for good measure in the Cavsâ€™ 35-6 Senior Night win over Northern State Conference rival LaVille.
WALKERTONâ€” Whatâ€™s gotten into the Lions?
First No. 2 Jimtown and now No. 8 John Glenn.
Bremen responded time and again in a nip-tuck Northern State Conference game at Glenn Friday, earning its second straight victory over a ranked Class 3A squad and keeping a four-game win streak alive while spoiling Senior Night and the Falconsâ€™ bid for their first NSC title in 30 years.
PLYMOUTH â€” For Plymouthâ€™s Rockies it was dĂ©jĂ vu all over again in the fourth quarter.
Twice, the Rockies (6-3) had opportunities to score what could have been a game-winning touchdown in the gameâ€™s final five minutes. Twice an outstanding NorthWood defensive effort on fourth down turned Plymouth away empty handed and enabled the Panthers (4-5) to take home a 7-3 NLC win.