Archive - Oct 2012 - Latest Sports
PLYMOUTH âÂ Plymouthâs Northern Lakes Conference co-champion football team was honored with seven all-conference picks for the 2012 season, and head coach John Barron was named NLC Coach of the Year, it was announced Tuesday.
The Rockies, who finished in a two-way tie with Concord for the NLC championship with a 6-1 league finish, were given seven picks on the first team and a trio of honorable mention selections.
John Glennâs Luke Runyan capped off his cross country season with a 59th place finish in a time of 16:20.1 at the Boys State Cross Country Finals Saturday.
John Glenn's Derek Hiler finished with 73 rushing yards, 30 receiving yards and two TDs as Glenn closed out its season with a sectional loss at Mishawaka Marian Friday.
Hodges has big day in 2nd straight Wabash shutout
Wabash Collegeâs football team scored its second straight shutout with a 28-0 victory over Ohio Wesleyan Saturday.
It was the first consecutive shutout for the Little Giants after a 3-0 win over Wooster the previous weekend.
Plymouth product Houston Hodges broke a 0-0 first half stalemate with a 82-yard touchdown reception from Chase Belton that gave Wabash a 7-0 lead with the extra-point kick from fellow Rockies alum Brock Smith at the 5:55 mark of the third quarter.
MISHAWAKA â Holding onto a 20-7 buffer in the third quarter, Glennâs chances of a sectional reprisal against Marian were looking pretty good.
But the Knights scored 28 points in a span of less than 10 minutes, and the hosts handed the visiting Falcons a 42-20 season-ending defeat in a Sectional 17 semifinal Friday in Mishawaka.
MISHAWAKA â John Glenn is feeling a little bit of deja vu this week: A round two sectional game with Marian, on the road at Mishawaka.
But after being eliminated 22-14 by the Knights last year, thatâs where the Falcons are hoping the similarities end.
Glenn (5-5) hits the road for Marian (7-3) at 7 p.m. tonight looking for a reprisal of last yearâs season-ending loss in a Class 3A Sectional 17 semifinal.
CINCINNATI, Ohio â Ancillaâs menâs soccer team was defeated 7-1 by Cincinnati State Technical on Wednesday in the first round of regional playoffs.
âWe did not have the horses to keep up with Cincinnatiâs quick and powerful attack,â said Ancilla coach Darren Gallgher. âThey are a very well-coached team, and I would not be surprised if they made a deep run.â
Cincinnati came into the match against Ancilla with a 13-5-1 regular season record with a co-championship in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference.
SOUTH BEND âÂ The idea that this Notre Dame season is otherworldly is a bit absurd to me.
I donât think this season is touched by God because Notre Dame is a Catholic University.
But I do believe sometimes in sports, a team can get going, and despite logic or stats, can do remarkable things.
This yearâs Fighting Irish are that sort of team.
Letâs start with the cold hard facts (not brought to you by any beer company).
Notre Dame is second in the country in fewest points allowed at 9.4 points per game.
The Irish are tied for ninth in sacks and 24th in interceptions.
SOUTH BEND â After Notre Dameâs 17-14 escape from its âtrapâ game Saturday against BYU, the expression used the most by players and coaches afterwards to describe the victory was âIt wasnât pretty, but âŠâ.
But it was a win and the Irish faithful will take it, a sterling 7-0 record, and the No. 5 national ranking that goes with being one of only 11 unbeatens left in college football.
Lady Chargers finish regular season
In their final regular season match of the year, the Ancilla College volleyball team fell to NJCAA No. 3 Grand Rapids Community College 27-25, 25-7, 25-15.