The Northfield Cross Country team competed in a 3-Way meet on Tuesday with Whitko and Lakeland Christian.
The Manchester boys soccer team won in another shut out Tuesday, blanking Winamac 5-0.
Eliesel Guerrero got the Squire first goal followed by two from Colin McNeeley. Guerrero’s goal was assisted by Braydon Sewell while McNeeley was assisted by David Fahs-Brown. Guerrero would score the fourth goal assisted by Noah Terrill. Braydon Sewell scored the final goal assisted by David Fahs-Brown.
Rainer Borgmann had his 19th shut out.Add a Comment
The Southwood junior high football teams split a pair of games with North Miami Tuesday with the 7th grade falling 52-0 and the 8th grade winning 22-18.
In the 7th grade game the Knights were over matched having only one highlight, a 31 yard reception by Conner Rich.
In the 8th grade game Cameron Ball Scored on runs of 20 yards, 4 yards, 2 yards and added a two point conversion in leading the Knights to their first victory of the season. Zach Miller connected with Payton Ensor for the other two point conversion. Cameron Ball amassed 193 yards on his 21 carries, his longest run being 55 yards. Payton Ensor caught two passes for 30 yards and Colby Crow had one reception for 20 yards. On defense the team did a good job with Colby Crow, Luke Kirk, and Aidan Ortega involved in 6 tackles each. Jackson Miller and Carson Kelley had 5 tackles. Payton Ensor and Carson Heath each recovered fumbles.
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Northfield and Manchester did battle in volleyball action Tuesday at Manchester with the Lady Norse pulling out a 26-24, 22-25, 25-9, 25-20 win.
The Norse jumped out to a 4-2 lead on kills from Cassidy Miller, Holly Dyson and Cherish Leming before the Lady Squires caught fire. Corrie Osborne would collect a kill that started a 6 point run to give Manchester an 8-4 lead. During the run Cierra Carter had two kills with Leah Sorg adding a kill. The Norse cut the Squire lead to 11-8 with kills from Miller and Tori Snyder when Manchester ran again. Madison Isbell and Kendra Binkley had back to back blocks for points that started a 6-0 run to give the Lady Squires a commanding 17-8 lead, but the Norse weren’t done. Arie Kennedy would stop the Manchester run with a kill and collect one more kill along with Snyder as the Norse started to chip away. Down 19-11 the Norse would take advantage of a Leming kill along with a couple Manchester errors to cut the Squire lead to 19-15 before a Marret Metzger kill. The Norse would score 5 of the next 6 game points to cut the lead to 21-20 when Kendra Binkley nailed a kill to make it 22-20. The two teams would trade points and eventually the game was tied at 23 when Binkley gave the Squires a 24-23 lead with a kill. The Norse would then score three consecutive points on kills from Kennedy and Snyder before a second Kennedy kill to end game one 26-24.
Game two would be just as exciting as the first when Manchester jumped out to an early 8-3 lead getting kills from Binkley, Carter and Sorg and an ace from Ellie Milam on a 7-0 run. Northfield would answer with a 5-0 run to knot the score at 8 on kills from Leming, Miller and Snyder. Back would run the Squires, this time with 5 straight, getting a kill from Binkley and taking advantage of Norse errors. Manchester would hold the lead until 18-12 when the Norse reeled off 5 straight to tie the score at 18. The Squires would score 4 of the next 5 game points to grab a 22-19 lead when the Norse scored 3 straight. Tied at 22 Manchester would get a kill from Carter and set off a 3 point run to give Manchester game two 25-22.
The Norse, who can be powerful at times flexed their muscle in game three, jumping out to a 5-0 lead and never taking their foot off the gas. With Leming, Miller and Snyder dominating the net the Norse would build a 9-1 lead and continually out scored Manchester 2 to 1 and 4 to 1 to take game three 25-9. Miller and Leming each had 4 kills in the game with Snyder collecting 2 aces.
Manchester got the good start in game four, getting a kill form Carter and an ace from Rae Bedke to grab a 4-0 lead. Manchester built the lead to 9-3 when the Norse got going. Arie Kennedy would record two kills and the Norse got an ace from Liz Howenstine to cut the Manchester lead to 9-8. Corrie Osborne would get a kill to put Manchester up 12-11 when the Squires went through a rough period and the Norse scoring four straight to take a 15-12 lead. Off two Carter kills the Lady Squires would fight their way back to tie the score at 16 when Cassidy Miller drilled a kill and the Norse went up 18-16. Rae Bedke would then place a tip[ to the corner for a point and again the score was tied at 18. Two Kennedy kills and one from Snyder gave Northfield a 21-19 lead before a Squire point made it 21-20. Aided by a Cassidy Miller kill Northfield would score 4 straight to end game four 25-20 and the night 3-1.
For Northfield Cherish Leming had 8 kills, 1 solo block, and 2 assisted blocks. Marlee Stefanatos had 31 digs and 20 good serve receptions. Tori Snyder had 6 kills, 5 aces, 2 assisted blocks, and 1 solo block. Arie Kennedy had 8 kills, 18 digs, and 12 good serve receptions. Liz Howenstine had 39 assists, 8 digs, and an ace. Cassidy Miller had 11 kills and 5 digs. Abigail Poole and Paige Holley weren’t letting anything drop I the back row.
For Manchester kills : Carter 12, Binkley 8, Osborne 7, Sorg 3, Isbell 2, Metzger 2, Bedke 1. Aces : Milam 1, Carter 1, Bedke 2, Parrett 1. Blocks : Binkley 3, Carter 3, Isbell 3, Osborne 4, Sorg 1. Digs : Metzger 18, Milam 11, Parrett 8, Sorg 5, Bedke 4, Carter 3, Casper 3, Osborne 1. Assist : Bedke 33, Sorg 2.
Northfield won the junior varsity contest 25-22, 25-21.
Leaders for the Norse were Maddy Dale with 4 kills and 2 aces. Carlie England with 5 kills, 3 digs, and 6 good serve receptions. Ava Smith had 15 assists, a kill and an ace.
For Manchester : Aces- Alyssa Spann: 3, Leiah Brandenburg: 3, Karly Eichenauer: 1, Paige Wagoner: 1 Digs- Eichenauer:6, Wagoner: 5, Brandenburg: 2, Sorg: 2, Auler: 2, Spann: 2, Rosen: 1, Day: 1 Kills: Brandenburg: 3, Spann: 1 Assists: Wagoner: 2Add a Comment
The Wabash volleyball team traveled to Rochester Tuesday, falling to the Zebras 25-8-, 25-10, 25-9.
The Manchester girls soccer team got two goals in the first half against Peru Tuesday which was twice as many goals as they needed as they shut out the Tigers 2-0.
Kiera Stacy pitched the shut out for the Squires.
Katelyn Andritsch scored at the 27:53 mark on an assist from Brooklyn Howard to put Manchester up 1-0. Elizabeth Anguilm added a goal with 2:42 left in the half off a penalty kick.
Manchester had 32 shots while holding Peru to 6.Add a Comment
Southwood grad and Wabash College freshman Brett Wyatt has earned his way not only on the Wabash College travel squad, but a place on the field contributing to the schools 3-0 start.
Brett played two quarters against Allegheny this past Saturday at left offensive tackle in Wabash’s 63-0 victory. He was in on two of the scoring drives. Brett was one of two freshman offensive linemen who made the travel squad and who got to play in Saturdays homecoming game. Wabash has 9 freshmen offensive linemen on their roster. Wabash College is 3-0 and currently ranked 11th in the nation in Division III.Add a Comment
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