Brennan Armstrong returned to the controls of the offense and directed seven scoring drives, including six in the opening half, of Shelby’s 46-0 thrashing of Bellevue Friday evening.
Armstrong, who sat out the first three games for breaking a team rule, was sharp out of the starting gate as he guided the Whippets down the field during their first series which covered 59 yards in 2:09.
The senior’s ability to come in and make things happen didn’t surprise SHS coach Erik Wi...Read More
Despite the solid competition, the 47 other schools in the Division II races were likely not as tough for Willard to beat than the heat was at Saturday’s Galion Cross Country Festival.
Fueled by a pair of pack splits that stood at 1:41.6 and 1:53.8, the Willard boys and girls teams dashed their way to 16th and 10th place, respectively, at Amanns Park.
Blake Smith and Justin Gillmor again led the WHS boys effort, as the Flashes posted a team score of 463. Smith was the lone Willard runner to post a time in the 17-minute range (17:29.7) amidst the warm temperatures on the day. He was 44th overall, with Gillmor tallying an 86th place time of 18:2...Read More
The New London Wildcats defeated the Wellington Dukes last Friday night by a score of 8-34. The team is now 1-2. The next game will be home against St. Paul on Friday, Sept. 15.
Pickens said he is proud of the team and how they came out powerful and strong during the first quarter. Pickens stated, “I am ready for us to continue to get better there are a lot of things we need to improve on.”
Pickens told the boys during halftime “We’re not focusing on the scoreboard, I don’t care what the score is, we have to play against ourselves....Read More
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