By Drew Terhall
DARKE COUNTY — Listed here are the scores and stats from the final week of normal season highschool soccer across the county.
Ansonia 46 (10-0, 8-0) vs Mississinawa Valley 6 (0-10, 0-8)
The Ansonia Tigers are outright WOAC soccer champions with this win. They’re again to again convention champions after sharing the title final season.
Head coach Adam Corridor stated it’s been a terrific season to this point with this nice group of youngsters.
“We now have good soccer gamers on our group, however they’re nice children and enjoyable to be round. I feel that’s the factor that typically you may miss in all of this. It’s enjoyable to be at follow, enjoyable to be part of these video games, enjoyable to be within the weight room,” Corridor stated. “We now have nice children, we work actually laborious. I couldn’t be extra happy with them.”
Ansonia was up 40-0 at halftime. Senior Garrett Stammen had three speeding touchdowns within the first half. Senior Keegen Weiss additionally had a speeding landing. Senior Nick Burns had a 21-yard passing landing to senior Wyatt Spencer.
Within the second half, sophomore Cainan Robinson had a two-yard speeding landing to go up 46-0. Simply earlier than the sport ended, Mississinawa Valley sophomore Bryce Watson threw the ball to sophomore Kyle Wehrkamp within the endzone. The ball tipped off an Ansonia defender and into Wehrkamp’s palms for six.
That is the second time Ansonia was 10-0 at school historical past. The primary time was in 2009 when Corridor was a senior on that group. Corridor stated it was good to get this win and clinch the title at house this time round in entrance of their followers.
Mississinawa Valley ends their harm plagued season with a 0-10 document. They may graduate eight seniors.
Ansonia earned the 2 seed within the Division VII playoffs and can host the fifteenth seed Lockland on Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. The Tigers will host the primary two playoff video games.
Corridor stated he feels assured his group could make a run by taking it one recreation at a time.
“We all know within the playoffs, all the pieces steps up a degree. We don’t know who we’re going to play but, however you bought to earn your method into the playoffs. They’re all going to be good video games,” Corridor stated. “We really feel like we’ve a group that may compete with anybody. We’re going to take it one week at a time and see how far we are able to go.”
A full recreation recap may be discovered on our web site, dailyadvocate.com.
Across the county:
Bradford 34 (5-4) vs Arcanum 28 (3-7, 2-7)
The Railroaders finish the season with a win over WOAC foe Arcanum. Bradford junior Owen Canan had 240 yards passing and a landing cross to senior Hudson Hill. Canan additionally rushed for 88 yards and a landing. Senior Garrett Trevino had two speeding touchdowns and senior Trey Schmelzer had a speeding landing. For Arcanum, freshman quarterback Bishop Cartwright had two passing touchdowns, each to senior Micah Jarrett. Cartwright additionally had a speeding landing. Freshman MJ Macy had 105 yards speeding and a speeding landing. Senior Tristan Keckler and sophomore Cole Kessler each had an interception. Junior Landon Wagner additionally had a fumble restoration.
Arcanum ends their season with a 3-7 document. They graduate 9 seniors. Bradford is the twelfth seed within the Division VII playoffs and can head to Minster on Oct. 27 for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Greenville 21 (0-10, 0-9) vs West Carrollton 26 (2-8, 2-7)
The Inexperienced Wave had been near their first win of the season. Senior Evan Manix scored a 70-yard landing on the second play of the sport to go up 7-0. Senior Cody Sagraves had a three-yard run to go up 14-0. West Carrollton gained a lead within the third quarter as they scored three touchdowns and went up 20-14. Manix discovered senior Jack Royer for a 36-yard landing throw to go up 21-20. The Pirates responded with a landing to win 26-21.
Greenville ends their season with a 0-10 document. They graduate 11 seniors.
Tri-Village 20 (9-1, 8-1) at Nationwide Path 7 (4-6, 4-4)
After being down 7-6 at halftime, the Patriots scored 14 factors within the second half to depart Nationwide Path with a win. Senior Reed Wehr scored all three Patriots touchdowns on the bottom. He had landing runs of 28, 35 and 40 yards. He completed with 168 speeding yards. Sophomores Kasyn Hollinger and Trey Sagester each had an interception within the recreation. The Tri-Village protection held Nationwide Path to 167 yards speeding.
These two groups will meet once more within the Division VI playoffs. Tri-Village earned the fifth seed whereas Nationwide Path is the twelfth seed.
Versailles 21 (8-2, 6-2) vs Minster 14 (8-2, 6-2)
The Tigers received on Senior Night time to maintain their high two seed within the playoffs. Senior quarterback Michael Osborne had two landing passes to junior Jace Watren. The second got here with 2:59 left within the recreation. The Tigers stopped the Wildcats to get the win.
Versailles is a two seed within the Division VI playoffs and can host their first two playoff video games. They may tackle the fifteenth seed in Troy Christian on Oct. 27 at 7 p.m.
Contact Day by day Advocate sports activities editor Drew Terhall at [email protected]