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Volleyball: MSJ pulls out five-set thriller over Bluffton

By Meghan Mohr, sports information assistant

Stats: http://www.bluffton.edu/sports/volleyball/2011/09-21-vb.htm

The Bluffton Beavers lost a nail-biting five-set match against the Lions of Mount St. Joseph on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011 (25-17, 18-25, 22-25, 27-25, 19-17).

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Onalee Shepler bowls 611 series at Southgate Lanes

Sportsman
Scores bowled on: Sept.19
High Game
Jim Herr 276
Chris Lee 254
Shannon Ingram 250
John Dailey 249
Denny Caskie 248
Bob Lydick 247
Nate Bogart 245
Ryan Motter 245

High Series
John Dailey 699
Ryan Motter 685
Jim Herr 682
Chris Lee 674
Steve Swisher 666
Derek Dukes 655
Bob Lydick 649

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Girls' tennis: Bluffton High School team sets record at 10 straight wins

By Ron Geiser

Ten in a row!

That's the current winning streak for the Bluffton High School tennis team, which established a school record Tuesday with a 4-1 victory at Elida.

As usual, Coach Jesse Sensenig got wins from his singles players as Ashlin Gable, Emily Sprague and Kristi Geiser registered straight set wins over the hosts.

Shannon Koch and Shaye Liddick won a three-set tie-break for their eighth win of the year together, while Rachel Sehlhort and Bronwyn Greer were edged at No. 2 doubles.

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Girls' soccer: Ft. Jennings stops Bluffton

Ft. Jennings defeated Bluffton 2-0 in a girls' soccer match on Monday.

Stats follow:

Halftime: FJ, 1-0 Goals: (FJ) Gable, (FJ) Schroedr. Assists: (FJ) Macy Schroeder.

Shots on Goal: FJ, 11-7. Corner Kicks: FJ, 9-5,Saves: FJ,Vonlehmden (2); B,Heslep (5)

Away: FJ 5-2-1, 1-2-0
Narrative: Another hard fought game passing is getting a little better. Still need to conn connect more up front. Bluffton never gave up and kept pressure on us the whole game

JV Score: FORT JENNINGS HIGH SCHOOL, 3-1

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Troy Breidenbach's sports photos newest Icon feature

The Icon's newest feature is a weekly sports photo slideshow of Bluffton High School's recent football contest from Troy M. Breidenbach, Bluffton sports photographer.

Photos are available for sale on Breidenbach's website Troy Breidenbach Photography.

The photos this week feature Bluffton versus Crestview. Click for Troy's photos.

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Girls' tennis: BHS attempts to break school record for consecutive wins

By Ron Geiser

This week is a big one for the Bluffton High School girls tennis team as it attempts to break the school record for consecutive wins.

Coach Tony Carmack"s 2002 team won its first nine matches on its way to a 15-4 season mark, the best in Pirate tennis history. Last week coach Jesse Sensenig's team matched that streak with a shutout win over Fostoria, now posting a 9-1 record.

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Bluffton fails to slow Crestview's rushing attack, lose first game of season

By Bryan Kress
The banner read "Knock Out The Knights" and despite forcing 4 turnovers, Bluffton were the ones who ended up being knocked out.

Bluffton could not capitalize on any Crestview turnover, and gave up a total of 236 yards on the ground. That kind of play is a recipe for failure for any team that suits up.

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Brad Dailey, Dean Moyer bowl 300 games at Southgate

Belles & Beaux
Scores bowled on: Sept.11
Men's High Game
Jon Burden 259
Jon Burden 258
Wayne Diamond 243
Dave Bonnell 236

Women's High Game
Amy Muniz 214
Joyce Sealscott 193
Sue Burden 191
Gina Bloomfield 184

Men's High Series
Jon Burden 701
Dave Bonnell 611
Dan Dailey 596
John Dailey 590

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Bluffton Lady Pirates O-G Gold Division runners-up

Start of girls' race

After a muddy Tiffin Course last week left the Pirates a bit behind pace, Coach Blair knew what she had to do. Seeing the potential that the team possessed, she pushed them hard all week and set high expectations for the race. After the intense week of training, the Pirates were ready and able to conquer the competition at the O-G Blue/Gold Invitational on Saturday.

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Here are the Punt, Pass and Kick winners from Jenera

A Punt, Pass and Kick Competition was held Sept.17 at the Trinity Lutheran School Athletic Field in Jenera. Of the 20 participants, the following winners will proceed to the sectional competition on Oct. 16 in Tiffin.

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