Monroeville volleyball also stayed unbeaten with a four-game sweep at Holland Springfield on Saturday; A pair of St. Paul runners were third overall at the Bucyrus Elks Invitational.
Western running back ran for 315 yards and 5 TDs; Edison’s Jacob Brewer also shined in his team’s win over Firelands; Plymouth dominated Cardington-Lincoln for a win in its opener.
Western Reserve, Monroeville, St. Paul and South Central picked up Firelands Conference wins on Thursday as area teams had a good night on the court.
Truckers (8-1) topped the Crimson Flashes (4-2) in a meeting between last season’s SBC Lake and Bay Division champions.
Western Reserve and South Central also pick up FC volleyball wins on Tuesday; Norwalk boys cross country win home quad meet, and both New London XC teams won the Plymouth Invitational.
Edison’s Daniel Lambert and Abby Lesniak won the Orange Division races of the Seneca East Tiger Classic on Saturday in Attica, while the Chargers’ girls tennis team won the Perkins doubles tournament to highlight the weekend prep sports roundup.
The Wildcats topped the host Roughriders on Wednesday to win their seventh dual match of the season.
Norwalk’s Trevon Raymore scored two touchdowns — including one set up by a long kick return by St. Paul’s Noah Good — while teammate Tche Leroux was the defensive lineman of the game on Friday at the NCOFCA All-Star Classic in Lexington.
Norwalk’s Trevon Raymore and Tche Leroux were among the key contributors in Friday’s North Central Ohio Football Coaches Association All-Star game in Lexington.
Seventeen area football players and recent graduates are scheduled to compete in Friday’s North Central Ohio Football Coaches Association All-Star Game in Lexington.
Five area players from Monroeville and Plymouth earned a spot on the first team on the All-Firelands Conference softball teams, it was announced on Thursday.
Simon Blair was voted the Firelands Conference Player of the Year and classmate Isaiah Seidel the Pitcher of the Year for the 2019 baseball season. Four St. Paul players were selected to the first team.
Standout pitcher for the Eagles is among several area players who also earned All-Northwest District honors, which was released on Friday.
After the Big Red (12-11) tied Wednesday’s game in the fifth inning, the Eagles scored three in the top of the sixth in a 6-3 victory at Heise Park in Galion
Truckers beat Hopewell-Loudon on Tuesday in Tiffin in a non-league tuneup for Thursday’s district semifinal game vs. Shelby in Sandusky