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Logan Albert bowls at 289 at Southgate

Belles & Beaux League
Scores bowled on: Oct.16
Men's High Game
Wayne Diamond 267
Wayne Diamond 267
Derek Dukes 246
Rick Hermiller 244

Women's High Game
Angie Sanchez 211
Sue Burden 190
Beth Diamond 187
Heather May 183

Men's High Series
Wayne Diamond 723
Jon Burden 678
Derek Dukes 676
Rick Baker 652

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BHS girls runners-up in first-ever NWC soccer season

Lima Central Catholic senior and team captain, Kelly Ahman, was the unanimous choice of Northwest Conference coaches as the NWC's first Girls Soccer Player of the Year in voting Sunday afternoon at Delphos Jefferson High School.

Ahman's 14 goals, 10 assists, and overall outstanding play led the Thunderbirds to the first ever NWC girls soccer title with a record of 5-0-1.

An attachment at the bottom of this story shows additional NWC stats.

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Ann Stechschulte Alyanak female winner of Columbus Marathon

Ann Stechschulte Alyanak, 1997 Bluffton High School graduate and standout female athlete, now of Bellbrook, was the first female to cross the finish line of today's (Oct. 16) Nationwide Insurance Columbus Marathon.

Alyanak came out on top in a time of 2:41:53. Angie Turner of Columbia, Mo., placed second and qualified for the Olympic Marathon Trials in 2:45:01. Alyanak had qualified for the Trials at a previous race. Ludmila Stepanova of Russia placed third in 2:46:26.

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Derek Dukes bowls a 299 at Southgate

Belles & Beaux League
Scores bowled on: Oct.9
Men's High Game
Nick Burden 288
Derek Dukes 279
Jon Burden 278
Dan Dailey 265

Women's High Game
Amy Muniz 204
Gina Bloomfield 191
Pam Baker 190
Heather May 189

Men's High Series
Derek Dukes 773
Nick Burden 736
Jon Burden 727
Rick Baker 671

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LCC wins this one 39-3

Bluffton unable to pull off upset against undefeated Lima Central Catholic, fall to .500
By Bryan Kress
Being down only 6-3 after the 1st quarter at home, maybe Bluffton could pull off the monumental upset with a freshman at quarterback.

This was not to be the case as the Bluffton offense, led by freshman Robbie Stratton in his 3rd start, could not score a point for the rest of the game. However, LCC could score more points, 33 more points in fact ending the night 39-3.

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Southgate Lanes junior bowling sign-up starts

Southgate Lanes 2011-12 junior bowling program sign-up is planned Saturday, Oct. 22, and Oct. 29, at 10 a.m. at the bowling alley on North Dixie Highway, Bluffton.

The sign-up days include free practice until noon, forming league teams and information gathering.

Every bowler will receive:

o A free USBC jersey

o A party at the end of the season

o Many awards and prizes on local and national level

oThe chance to compete in a fun social environment

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Girls' soccer: Riverdale slips past BHS 2-1

Riverdale girls' slipped past Bluffton 2-1 in girls' soccer Tuesday at Steinmetz Field.

Stats follow:

Halftime: 0-0 Goals: (R) Cole, (B) Dulle, (R) Penwell. Assists: (B) Leugers.
Shots on Goal: R, 14-6. Corner Kicks: B, 6-4,Saves: R,Parish (5); B,Heslep (12)

Home: Bluffton 4-9-0, 3-1-0
Away: Riverdale 7-5-0, NA

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Girls' tennis: Two more wins in three days

By Ron Geiser

Two victories in three days have lifted the Bluffton High School girls tennis team to a 13-2 dual match record, assuring the Pirates of their best percentage season in history.

Coach Jesse Sensenig's netters disposed of Archbold 4-1 last Saturday morning and followed that up with a 3-2 edging of Bath Monday, both wins on the road.

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Freshman quarterback leads Bluffton to win against weather and Allen East

By Bryan Kress

Game stats in attachment at bottom of story.

Troy Breidenbach game photos click here.

With the rain pouring down and a field as torn up as it was any team has a chance to win, even 0-5 Allen East had a chance to win.

This was not to be the case as Bluffton earned their 4th win of the season, but in a game that was closer than anyone would have thought, 21-14.

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Girls' soccer: Unbeaten Kalida stops BHS 5-0

Unbeaten Kalida girls' soccer team stopped Bluffton girls 5-0 on Saturday at Steinmetz Field. Here are the game stats:

Halftime: K, 3-0 Goals: (K) Holtkamp, (K) Holtkamp, (K) Holtkamp, (K) Kaufman, (K) Kaufman. Assists: NA.

Shots on Goal: K, 15-1. Corner Kicks: K, 8-2, Saves: K,Enka Brinkman (1); B,Emily Schwager (7), Heslep (3)

Home: Bluffton 4-8-0, 3-1-0
Away: Kalida 9-0-2, NA

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