Sycamore, Ohio/St. Mary's Central Catholic
Kinley shot an 82 (+11 par) to set a personal best and place fifth overall at the Defiance Invitational held at the Eagle Rock Golf Club. The Crusaders took home third place in the 10-team field. The tournament was shortened to 18 holes due to weather.
Erie, Pa./Erie Cathedral Prep
Ladaika shot a career-low 69 (-3 par) to earn his first medalist honor at the BW Fall Invitational held at the Mallard Creek Golf Course. The Yellow Jackets shot -1 as a team to finish first in the four-team field.
Stow, Ohio/Munroe Falls
McVey led all Division III runners and finished third overall at the Calvin Knight Invitational with a time of 25:06.00. The Polar Bears finished 11th in the 23-team field. McVey was also named runner of the week on September 4.
Warsaw, Ohio/River View
Pendola placed 16th overall at the Tommy Evan Invitational with a career-best time of 18:49.00. BW, the only Division III program at the meet, finished seventh in the nine team field.
Campbell tallied five points last week to help the Berg to a 2-0 record. She scored two goals against Hiram and assisted on a gold versus Defiance. Campbell also earned player of the week honors on September 4.
Perry anchored the defense that allowed just one goal, to help lead the Student Princes to a 2-0 record with wins over Hiram and Defiance. Perry also added two assists on the week.
Gordon led the Crusaders to a 2-0 record last week scoring an impressive five goals. He scored two goals against Hanover on Friday and netted a hat trick on Saturday against Waynesburg. Gordon scored the game-winning goals in both games.
Hlas made five saves and posted two shutouts last week to help the Purple Raiders to a 5-0 win over La Roche and a 1-0 win over Westminster.
Earl tallied 51 kills, six service aces and 48 digs to led the Yellow Jackets to an impressive 6-0 record on week, including going undefeated in the Golden Eagle Invitational over the weekend.
Davis led the Pioneers with 14 total tackles (six solo) and one sack in a 51-50 win over Capital last week. His biggest stop came on Capital's 2-point conversion attempts with 26 seconds left in the game that preserved Marietta's one-point lead, 51-50. After a penalty moved the conversion attempt to the 1-yard line, Davis stopped Capital quarterback Thomas Wibbeler who was attempting to run it in for the go ahead points.
Clark led the Pioneers to a 51-50 win over Capital last week. He carried the ball 34 times for 311 yards and five touchdowns. Clark also caught one pass for 47 yards and touchdown. His six touchdowns tied Marietta single game record.
Middleton posted a career-high eight points against in a tough 51-50 loss to Marietta last week. Middleton kicked a career-long 35-yard field goal and converted 5-of-6 PAT tries.