Countryside, IIl./Lyons Twp.
Fuller led the Polar Bears with three goals last week as ONU defeated Wittenberg (2-0) and Marietta (4-0). Fuller scored twice against Wittenberg, including the game-winning goal.
Grierson recorded her sixth and seventh consecutive shutout of this season as ONU defeated Wittenberg (2-0) and Marietta (4-0). Grierson also earned athlete of the week honors on September 24.
Lombardo recorded two shutouts as ONU defeated Adrian (2-0) and Marietta (1-0) last week. He made six saves on the week, which included a vital penalty kick save against Marietta in the final ten minutes.
Westerville, Ohio/Westerville Central
Gordon helped the Crusaders open OAC play with a win over Baldwin Wallace (5-1) by scoring two goals, including the game-winner.
In six sets, Sterett posted 37 kills, five aces, 13 digs and hit .425 to help the Cardinals to wins over Kenyon and Mount Union.
Westerville, Ohio/Westerville North
Sandvik helped the Cardinals to their fourth consecutive Div. III All-Ohio title. Sandvik finished runner-up to teammate Claire Lamb and crossed the finish line 15 seconds ahead of third place with a time of 22:05.
Stow, Ohio/Munroe Falls
McVey won his second consecutive Div. III All-Ohio individual title with a career-best time of 24:23.8. His time ranks as the second-fastest 8K time in school history. The Polar Bears placed fourth among Div. III schools, 11th overall in a field 39 schools.
Fields led the Pioneers to a 43-42 come from behind win over Ohio Northern. He completed 25-of-36 passes for 315 yards and four touchdowns. His four touchdown passes broke the school single-game record previously set at 41.
Miller had a game-high 10 tackles and added 2.5 sacks for a loss of 17 yards in BW’s 45-17 victory over Capital. The Yellow Jacket defense held the Crusaders to a season-low 328 yards of total offense and a season-low 17 points.
Richwood, Ohio/North Union
Pertuset set a new game-high average of 45.5 yards on four punts with a new personal best of 55 yards. Three of Pertuset’s punts pinned Baldwin Wallace inside the 20 yard line.
Durbin won medalist honors at the OAC Fall Preview held at the River Greens Golf Course and lead the Cardinals to the team title by 51 strokes. Durbin finished the two-day event with a 172 (+28 par), shooting a tournament low-round of 83 on day one.
Lakewood, Ohio/St. Edwards
Gleichauf won medalist honors at the OAC Fall Preview held at River Greens Golf Course. Gleichauf fired rounds of 75 and 31 to finish two under par with a 106 and finish three strokes ahead of the runner-up.