April 24, 2014

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Northwest Physical Therapy hosts 4th annual Northwest PokerRun 5K for Charity

Northwest Physical Therapy's 4th Annual Northwest PokerRun Charity 5K is Saturday, Oct. 19.  The event will take place at 1880 N. Perry St., in Ottawa - registration at 8:30 a.m., race at 10 a.m.

All proceeds from the event to benefit St Jude Children's Research Hospital according to Dan Settlage.


Steve Swisher and Jake Schroeder both bowl 277s at Southgate

Amerigas Belles & Beaux League
Scores bowled on: Sept 15
Men’s High Game

Brandon Falk                               245
I Am Coyote                                237
Derek Dukes                                221
John Dailey                                217

Women’s High Game
June Orr                                   216
Heather May                                205
Heather May                                190
Pam Baker                                  181


Girls' soccer: Pirates and Ft. Jennings play to a draw

Bluffton High School women's soccer team tied Ft. Jennings 1 to 1 on Sept. 17 at Bluffton. =

Game summary

Halftime: B, 1-0 Goals: (FJ) Grone, (B) Theisen. Assists: NA.
Shots on Goal: B, 13-6. Corner Kicks: FJ, 3-2,Saves: FJ,Osting (12); B,Barhorst (5)

Home:  Bluffton 5-3-2, NA
Bluffton, OH
Away:  FJ 3-3-2, NA
Fort Jennings


Andy Martin bowls a 290 game at Southgate Lanes Sept. 10

Amerigas Belles & Beaux League
Scores bowled on: Sept.8
Men’s High Game

Brandon Falk                               227
John Butler                                210
Dave Bonnell                               208
Rick Baker                                 207

Women’s High Game
Gina Bloomfield                            193
Gina Bloomfield                            181
Deb Green                                  177
Angie Sanchez                              167


Women's soccer: Bluffton hosts Waynesburg Sept. 18

By: Ryan Schadewald, sports information assistant

Stats http://www.bluffton.edu/athletics/womenssoccer/2013/09-14-ws.htm

The Bluffton Beaver women's soccer team traveled to Grand Rapids, Mich. to take on Davenport University which is ranked 10th in the country in the most recent NAIA poll. The Panthers improved to 6-1 as they defeated the Beavers, 5-0, on Saturday, Sept. 14, behind two goals from Letesha Cannonier. The Beavers dropped to 2-2 on the season following the defeat.


Men's soccer: Beavers still looking for initial "W"

By Kyle Stover, sports information assistant
Stats http://www.bluffton.edu/athletics/menssoccer/2013/09-14-ms.htm
The Bluffton University men's soccer team took to the road again on Saturday, Sept. 14, this time taking on the Tigers of Wittenberg University. The Beavers were unable to keep the home team off of the board early, eventually allowing two goals in each half as Bluffton fell, 4-0.


Football: Ault tosses for 278 yards but Jefferson stops BHS

Pirates Suffer Tough Road Loss Against Jefferson 48-20
By Bryan Kress

Dominating on the ground and in the first half, Delphos Jefferson gave Bluffton their first loss of the season with a decisive win at home on Sept. 13.

The Jefferson run game was near-unstoppable as they racked up 248 yards on the ground with six total rushing scores.

The Pirates tried to rally in the second half, but it was too little too late.


Did you know a Denver Bronco quarterback once played against BHS on Harmon Field?

Ada's current most famous person is Zac Dysert. He is an Ada High School grad and recent Miami (Ohio) grad. This spring he was drafted by the Denver Bronco and made the 53-team cut in late August. To be certain, he tossed passes for Ada High School against Bluffton about five seasons ago.

Donald Traxler, Ada sports fan, attended the Denver Bronoco pre-season game against Arizona and files this report plus photos at the bottom of the story.


Girls' soccer: Theisen's goal puts Bluffton in win column

Bluffton High School girls' soccer team won its fifth game of the season on a lone goal by Sarah Theisen against Upper Sandusky on Sept. 12.

Stats follow:


Halftime: B, 1-0 Goals: (B) Theisen. Assists: NA.
Shots on Goal: B, 7-4. Corner Kicks: B, 2-0,Saves: US,goalie (6); B,Barhorst (4)

Home:  Bluffton 5-3-1, NA


Girls' soccer: Allen East stops Bluffton

Allen East girls stopped Bluffton 4-2 earlier this week in NWC soccer action at Lafayette.

Here's the summary:

Halftime: AE, 4-1 Goals: (B) Theisen, (B) Theisen, (AE) Alleneast player, (AE) Alleneast player, (AE) Alleneast player, (AE) Alleneast player. Assists: NA.

Shots on Goal: AE, 14-5. Corner Kicks: AE, 4-2,Saves: B,Barhorst (16); AE,Plaugher (4)

Bluffton 4-3-1, 2-1-0