Archive - 2013 - Sports Article
The St. Marys girls varsity bowling team kicked off their season with a 2330-1805 victory over Lima Temple Christian on Saturday at Plaza Lanes in Celina.
Kristen Dammeyer led the Roughriders with games of 200 and 188 for a 388.
Paige Keysor added a 320 with games of 166 and 154. Drew Houser had games of 153 and 145. Abby Smith had games of 154 and 131 for a 285. Serena Rockwood added a game of 147 and Faith Monin had a 114.
PIQUA — Marion Local head football coach Tim Goodwin weighed his options during a time out with 1:16 left in the game, his team tied with Covington, the ball at midfield and his offense facing a fourth and 10.
Goodwin didn’t want to risk overtime against Covington running back A.J. Oullette and a Buccs triple-option offense that had bedeviled his defense all night. So he put the game in the hands of senior quarterback Adam Bertke and the offense.
Friday, Nov. 29
St. Marys at Fort Recovery
New Bremen at Allen East
New Knoxville at Fort Loramie
Parkway at Waynesfield-Goshen
Spencerville at St. Henry
Saturday, Nov. 30
Minster at Spencerville
Fort Recovery at Greenville
New Bremen at Troy Christian
Russia at St. Henry
Celina at Versailles
Friday, Dec. 6
Friday’s Playoff Scores
Avon 24, Perrysburg 21
Mt. Healthy 13, Winton Woods 10
Cle. Glenville 18, Bedford 6
Loveland 45, Cin. NW 14
Madison 22, Brksvlle-Brdvw. Hts. 21
Highland 17, Massillon Wash. 14
New Albany 26, Mansfield Sr. 22
Zanesville 36, Worth. Kilbourne 0
Akr. SVSM 35, Poland Seminary 7
Athens 55, Dresden Tri-Valley 52, OT
Clyde 19, Sandusky Perkins 6
Brookhaven 19, Marion-Franklin 14
A pair of St. Marys Roughriders earned First Team All-Western Buckeye League honors for their work on the gridiron this fall.
Senior safety Jared Knous was named First Team All-WBL defense. Knous intercepted a WBL-best eight passes, led the Roughriders in tackles with 71, broke up ten passes, caused two fumbles, recovered two fumbles and blocked two extra point attempts.
St. Marys junior tight end Quinn Zaerr was named First Team All-WBL on offense. Zaerr caught 14 passes for a team-best 194 yards.
ST. MARYS — Paul Dingledine oversaw the building of a girls soccer program that went from fledgling to fixture at St. Marys Memorial High School.
Dingledine stepped down from his head coaching position this week after 10 seasons and a 133-43-18 record on Wednesday.
50 Years Ago This Week – 1963
This week in 1963, the New Knoxville Rangers hosted their first basketball game of the 1963-64 campaign and throttled the Mendon Pirates by a final of 82-64.
The Pirates led 17-14 at the end of the first quarter, but New Knoxville soon grabbed the lead and took a 37-32 edge into the locker room with them at halftime.
The two squads played evenly through the third quarter before the home team pulled away in the final eight minutes to secure the 18-point victory.
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys football program will have a new head coach in 2014 — its fourth mentor in seven seasons — after Greg Phillips resigned from the position following a three-year stint.
The Roughriders went 4-26 in Phillips’ three seasons as head coach and lost 21 straight games to end his tenure.
Phillips took the St. Marys position in 2011, inheriting a team that went 1-9 the season before under Mark Hollars, who resigned following the 2010 season.
Friday, Nov. 22
Kewpee Tip Off Classic at Elida
Ovisco Tip-Off Classic at Celina
Napoleon at Defiance
Kenton at Ridgedale
Shawnee at Waynesfield-Goshen
McDonald's Tip-Off Tournament at Van Wert
Bellefontaine at Wapakoneta
Saturday, Nov. 23
St. Marys seniors Zack Wilker and Kristen Dammeyer were both named Second Team All-Ohio in Division II by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association in Division II.