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November 21, 2019

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Here's BHS boys' and girls bball rosters and schedules

Alexa Hanna, Bluffton High School athletic director, released the 2019-20 BHS boys' and girls' varsity and JV rosters and schedules. Those are attached below.

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McDonald's girls' holiday basketball tourney this weekend

The high school girls' basketball season starts this weekend at the McDonald's Holiday tournament at Bluffton High School. The schedule follows:

Friday
Allen East vs. Arlington, 6 p.m.
Bluffton vs. Cory-Rawson, 7:45 p.m.
Saturday
Consolation game, 6 p.m.
Title game, 7:45 p.m.

 

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Matt Daws, Jonathan Schriner second team all-state

By Cort Reynolds
DEFIANCE - The state runner-up Bluffton boys soccer team placed two players on the 2019 Division III All-Ohio team in voting recently conducted by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association.

Bluffton senior defender Matt Daws and junior midfielder Jonathan Schriner were each named second team all-state. Both Pirates were also voted first team All-Northwest district.

The Pirates finished 18-3-2 and advanced to the state finals, where they lost to Columbus Wellington 4-0.

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Four Bluffton boys soccer players honored

By Cort Reynolds
DEFIANCE - The Bluffton boys soccer team had four players receive All-Northwest district Div. III honors recently in voting conducted by area coaches.

• Senior Matt Daws and junior Jonathan Schriner were each named first team all-district.
• Pirate junior Simon Derstine was voted second team all-district.
• Sophomore Jude Spallinger was voted honorable mention all-district.

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Bluffton boys epic run ends in state finals 

Ozer hat trick leads Wellington to 4-0 win

An announced crowd of 6,542 attended the game under an overcast sky amid 55-degree temperatures. 

Story by Cort Reynolds
18 Photos by Marvin Foster

COLUMBUS - The Bluffton boys soccer team had its magical run to the Div. III state finals end Sunday in MAPFRE Stadium at the feet of Columbus Wellington, 4-0.

Bluffton finished its historic season 18-3-2 with the defeat at the 20,000-seat home of the Columbus Crew. It was their third consecutive contest against a team ranked in the top five in the state poll. 

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Tyson Shutler football 1st team All-NWC

7 Pirates honored in coaches voting

By Cort Reynolds
Seven Bluffton football players earned All-Northwest Conference notice in voting recently conducted by the league coaches.

Junior speedster Tyson Shutler was named first team all-league at defensive back.

Senior fullback Tucker Neff was named to the second team all-conference offense. He ran for over 1,200 yards and set a school single-game record with 313 yards rushing at Ada.

Senior lineman McCormick Ault was also voted second team all-league on offense. 

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