By Drew Terhall
DARKE COUNTY — The second spherical of the OHSAA highschool soccer playoffs is that this Friday. Ansonia and Versailles will host their final house sport of the season whereas Tri-Village shall be on the street. Here’s a have a look at every of the matchups from across the county.
Division VII, Area 28: 2 Ansonia vs 10 Mechanicsburg
The Tigers rushed for 478 of their playoff win over Lockland final week. Senior Keegen Weiss continues to indicate why he was named the WOAC Offensive Participant of the Yr with a 215 yard day with 4 dashing touchdowns. The Tigers held Lockland to 169 yards of complete offense.
Mechanicsburg defeated the upper seeded St. Bernard Elmwood Place, 40-14. Senior quarterback Jayden Roland leads the Ohio Heritage Convention with 1,525 yards dashing. He has 19 dashing touchdowns on the season to go along with seven passing touchdowns and 723 passing yards. The second main rusher is senior Liam Smith, who has 311 dashing yards and three touchdowns on 57 carries. The Mechanicsburg protection provides up 138 dashing yards a sport. After they went up towards West Liberty-Salem, one of many high dashing groups of their convention, they gave up 305 dashing yards.
Division VI, Area 24: 5 Tri-Village at 4 West Liberty-Salem
The Patriots transfer on within the playoffs after a 35-0 win over WOAC rivals Nationwide Path. Senior quarterback Braden Keating had 4 complete touchdowns, two dashing and two passing to sophomore Trey Sagester. Senior Reed Wehr had 116 yards dashing and a landing. They’ve up 164 yards dashing to the Blazers.
West Liberty-Salem gained 47-7 over Lucasville Valley to advance. In 9 video games this season, senior Gabe McGill has 1,454 yards dashing and 30 dashing touchdowns. Within the 9 video games he performed, he has scored two or extra dashing touchdowns. Senior quarterback Miles Hostetler has 967 yards passing and an 11/4 landing to interception ratio.
Division VI, Area 24: 2 Versailles vs 7 Twin Valley South
The Versailles protection shutout Troy Christian within the first spherical playoff matchup. The Tigers had a 34-0 lead after the primary half. Senior Joel Gehret had three dashing touchdowns within the sport. Senior quarterback Michael Osborne had a 42-yard passing landing to senior Zack Meyer. Final postseason, the Tigers hosted Twin Valley South within the second spherical and gained 58-7. They held the Panthers to 173 yards of complete offense in that sport.
Twin Valley South gained 34-7 over Deer Park within the first spherical. They’d 238 dashing yards. Senior Cole Bishop went 3/3 passing with 126 yards and two passing touchdowns. Bishop additionally had two dashing touchdowns. Senior Brayden Koeller additionally had a dashing landing. Bishop led in dashing with 84 yards. Koeller had 81 yards and senior Cais Kingsley had 75 yards however led in carries with 24. Kingsley had two receiving touchdowns.
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