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Drew Rayle Memorial Football Game between Bluffton and North Baltimore set for Oct. 4

A Drew Rayle memorial football game will take place between the Bluffton Bucs and North Baltimore Tigers midget football teams at North Baltimore at 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 4.

Drew died earlier this year. He attended school in North Baltimore and later moved to Bluffton where he attended school. He played midget football for both teams.

The game will include a $1 donation admission. Additional activities include a 50/50 drawing, bake sale, T-shirt sale, food for sale and a balloon release at halftime.

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35 digs for Lauren Parkins in latest BHS volleyball victory

The wins keep piling up for the Bluffton High School volleyball team. The Pirates defeated Spencerville on the road on Sept. 18 3-2.

Game stats follow:

Bluffton won 3-2
Game 1    25-19
Game 2    19-25
Game 3    25-23
Game 4    21-25
Game 5    15-4

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Unbeaten Bluffton HS golf team Northwest Conference champs! Brad Prater NWC coach of the year

Bluffton won the Northwest Conference golf tournament in an 18-hole tournament played at Colonial Golf Club.  The first-place tournament finish also clinched the overall 2014 conference golf championship for the Pirates.

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Volleyball: Kathryn Basinger has 13 kills in BHS win

Bluffton High School volleyball team is on a win streak. On Sept. 17 the Pirates defeated Paulding on the road 3-1. Game stats follow:

Bluffton won 3-1
Game 1    25-18
Game 2    27-25
Game 3    15-25
Game 4    25-20

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Ault has 3 TD passes, throws for 328 yards but Pirates lose

By Delano Whidbee, Icon sports intern

After two tough road games the Bluffton Pirates welcomed Delphos Jefferson Wildcats to their first home game of the season. Missed opportunities played a big role causing the (1-2) Pirates to lose to the (3-0) Wildcats 22-19.

GAME STATS IN ATTACHMENT AT BOTTOM OF STORY.

BHS struck the first points as quarterback Mitchell Ault threw a 33-yard beauty to wide receiver Austin Bricker for the touchdown. Point after kick by Dylan Alt was no good, Bluffton led 6-0.

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Dale Badertscher wins Icon football contest week 3; Ken Von Lehmden cumulative leader

The winner of this week's Icon football contest is Dale Badertscher, who correctly picked all 10 games.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER WEEK 4

Other contestants:
9 correct:  Craig Hoffman, Ken Von Lehmden and Will I Am Edwards.

8 correct:  Blaine Dearth, Kim Badertscher, Peyton Gallant, Randy Stewart, Shannon Weissling and Travis Swank.

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BHS volleyball: Schmutz, Fruchey have 10 kills each in win over USV

Bluffton High School volleyball team stopped Upper Scioto Valley 2-1 at Elida on Saturday. 

Game stats follow:

Bluffton won 2-1
Game 1    25- 19
Game 2    20-25
Game 3    25- 22

Bluffton stat leaders:
Kills - Andie Schmutz - 10
          Samantha Fruchey - 10
Assists -  N/A
Digs - N/A
Aces - Sidney Joseph - 3
           Lauren Parkins - 3
Blocks - Samantha Fruchey - 1

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It's Delphos Jefferson 22 - BHS 19

Delphos Jefferson defeated Bluffton High School 22-19 in Bluffton's home opener on Sept. 12.

Attached is the game's stat sheet.

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Volleyball: Sidney Joseph has 16 assists as Bluffton beats Lincolnview

Bluffton High School's volleyball team won its second game of the season beating Lincolnview on the road in three matches. The junior varsity team also won.

Stats follow:

Bluffton won 3-0
Game 1    25- 23
Game 2    25- 15
Game 3    25- 18

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Pirates take it down to the wire, but come up short 9-7

By Delano Whidbee, Icon sports writer
Traveling on the road again, the Bluffton Pirates football team faced another Blanchard Valley Conference opponent the (1-0) Van Buren Knights. The game started Friday night but was called in the third quarter due to lightning. The game concluded on Saturday afternoon.

After a score-less first quarter; the Van Buren Knights 22-yard field goal attempt was good putting them in the lead 3-0.

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