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High School Football
Varsity travelled to West Liberty Salem to open up the season with an OHC crossover game. The game was back and forth until the 4th when WLS outscored the Rams 8-0. Final score was WLS 36 Greeneview 21. Dakota Mangan scored on a 73 yard touchdown run and Hunter Anderson added the extra point to give Rams 7-0 lead. WLS came back with a 25 yard run to cut lead to 7-6. WLS took the lead on a 1 yard run and two point conversion. 7-14. The Rams came back to tied it at 14 with a 2 yard TD run by Jayden Dehaven and Anderson point after. WLS then scored on a 33 yard pass 14-21. Greeneview tied it back up 21-21 on a 34 yard TD pass/catch , Cole Dehaven to Craig Finley and Anderson extra point. WLS scored the last 15 points of the game on a 7 yard run and a 1 yard run. 21-36. Dakota Mangan had 107 yards rushing and Jayden Dehaven had 95. Caleb Allen and Ian Henry both had 7 tackles.
Reserve played Saturday morning and Tied West Liberty Salem 6-6. Drew Sandlin scored the TD for the Rams. The game ended in dramatic fashion as the Rams were attempting a last second pass and were tackled inside the one which would have been a WLS safety.
MS & HS Cross Country
Opened their season up at Northwestern this past weekend.
In the Middle School Boys race (85 runners) Archer Holston finished 4th in 13:12 and Bryson Manor 17th in 14:10.
In the High School Girls race (120) Bailey Jones was 91st with time of 30:40.
In the High School Boys race (128) Zeke Powers was 38th in 20:03, Brenden Manor 46th in 20:42, Sam Powers 73rd in 22:14, and Max Powers 77th in 22:21.
High School Girls Soccer
Tied Tecumseh 2-2. Josie Faris and Mya Anderson had the goals. Jaleigh Stafford had an assist and Kylee Wheeler had 6 saves in goal. Overall record now 1-0-1.
High School Golf
Mason Witt stepped out of the High School golf scene and competed in the Men’s Club Championship at Country Club of the North. He shot -6 over the two day tournament and won by 14 shots ( 67-71, par 72). His HOLE IN ONE on hole 2 got things started off well and he never looked back. Reagan McIntire (girls golf) was Mason's caddie.