East Lake, Fla.
Hudson was responsible for four touchdowns in the Yellow Jackets 34-10 road win over Heidelberg. Hudson completed 18-of-27 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another 60 yards on 14 carries with
Niles had 14 tackles .5 TFL, forced a fumble and had a PBU to lead the Polar Bear defense in a 13-7 win at Otterbein.
Watson made field goals of 30 and 36 yards and his only PAT attempt in ONU’s 13-7 win at Otterbein
Tylersburg, Pa./North Clarion
Wilson paced the Yellow Jackets at the highly competitive Purple Valley Classic. Wilson placed 40th in a field of 209 runners with a time of 27:03.2. BW place 10th among 16 teams.
McAdams posted a second place finish at the Waynesburg Invitational with a career-best time of 21:27.2. The Muskies finished 5th in the 11 team field.
Grierson recorded a pair of shutouts against Oberlin and Thomas More to help ONU to a 2-0 record on the week. She made two saves on four shot attempts.
Johnstown, Ohio/Bishop Hartley
As a defender, Golden scored two goals on just four shots and added two assists to help the Muskies to two shutout wins last week.
Mentor, Ohio/Lake Catholic
McIntosh recorded nine saves on the week to help the Blue Streaks to a 3-1 win at Hiram and a tie (0-0) versus No. 10 Carnegie Mellon.
Indianapolis, Ind./North Central
King led the Polar Bears last week with three goals and three assists. He scored a goal in each of ONU’s three wins against Thomas More, Anderson, Rose-Hulman. King was also named athlete of the week on Sept. 17.
Jackson helped the Purple Raiders to a 4-1 record last week at the Double Tree Invitational hosted by Carnegie Mellon (Pa.). Jackson averaged 2.44 kills and 1.11 blocks-per-set and posted a .407 hitting percentage.
Farmington Hills, Mich./Ladywood
Cranmer finished the final round with a career-low 74 to win medalist honors and lead the Polar Bears to the team title at the 8-team Bluffton Fall Classic
Holbrook won medalist honors and broke two school records at the Beaver Fall Classic held at Bluffton Golf Club. Holbrook shot a tourment-low 67 (-5 par) to break the school record for single-round low score. He finshed with a 142 (-2 par) to break the school record for the 36-hole score and help the Crusaders to a second place in the 9-team field.