The Truckers and Crimson Flashes won the SBC Lake and Bay Division cross country junior high championship races on Saturday in Tiffin.
The Truckers scored 45 points — well ahead of second place Tiffin Columbian and the rest of the field on Saturday at the league championship meet in Tiffin. St. Paul’s state-ranked volleyball team closed out the regular season with a win at Edison.
The Chargers (5-2, 2-0) ran for 8 touchdowns in a 62-14 win over the Crimson Flashes (0-7, 0-2)
Willard upset state-ranked Huron to force an SBC Bay co-title — the first league title for the Crimson Flashes in 37 years.
Roughriders can set up a showdown at St. Paul, and all but unofficially clinch a state playoff berth in Division VI with a win on Friday over Monroeville.
With her first round match win on Wednesday, Norwalk’s Mara Berry also earned her 34th varsity win this season — the most in any single season for either boys or girls in school history.
Monroeville and St. Paul, along with Bellevue and Norwalk could meet in district championship matches in Division IV and Div. II as the statewide tournament draws were held on Sunday.
The SBC Bay champion Chargers will face Huron for a third time this season on Oct. 14. The winner visits SBC Lake champ Norwalk on Oct. 17 in a Division II sectional title boys soccer match.
The Norwalk boys and girls golf teams had five total first team selections, while Edison’s Jordan Pruitt and Lauren Neher were first team All-SBC Bay as well, the league announced.
The Truckers advanced two doubles teams and one singles player from the Division II Port Clinton sectional, while Willard did the same at the Shelby site on Saturday.
Host Huron scored 35 points in the first quarter and cruised from there in a 45-6 win over the visiting Crimson Flashes on Friday.
Both Monroeville and St. Paul — ranked among the top 10 teams in Division IV — stayed tied atop the Firelands Conference with league wins on Thursday.
Both Western Reserve (4-1, 2-0) and the Trojans (4-1, 2-0) have a lot at stake in Friday’s game in Greenwich, which highlights Reflector area games on Friday.
Class of 2019 Indictees received awards on Sept 26.
The Truckers are off until the SBC Lake Division championships in Tiffin on Oct. 12 following Tueday’s dominating performance in Galion.