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Wittenberg’s Kennedy, Oberlin’s Wooding earn North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors

Jake Kennedy (courtesy Wittenberg)

Von Wooding (courtesy Oberlin)

Offensive

Jake Kennedy, Wittenberg
(Bellefontaine, OH/Bellefontaine)

Passing Attempts: 35
Completions: 24
Passing Yards: 323
Passing TDs: 2

Rushing Attempts: 6
Rushing Yards: 52
Rushing TDs: 1

Wittenberg junior QB Jake Kennedy scored untouched from 45-yards out on the opening play of the game, and the Tigers never looked back en route to earning at least a share of the 2017 NCAC title with a 42-23 home win over Ohio Wesleyan. Kennedy, who finished the game with 52 rushing yards on six carries, also completed 24-of-35 pass attempts for 323 yards, highlighted by a 65-yard scoring strike to senior Bryce Bailey (Pickerington, OH/Columbus Acad.) that all but sealed the victory in the fourth quarter.

Defensive

Von Wooding, Oberlin
(Flushing, OH/The Linsly School)

Tackles: 15
Solo: 10
Asst. 5
Tackles-For-Loss: 1.5
Interceptions: 1

Oberlin sophomore linebacker Von Wooding was a menace against Hiram all afternoon as he totaled a career-high 15 tackles (10 solo, 5 asst.) in the Yeomen’s 27-14 home win on Saturday. On the game’s first play, he stopped Hiram running back Danny Robinson for a five-yard loss, setting the tone for what was just a 24-yard rushing performance by the NCAC’s second-leading rusher. And, with the game still in the balance in the closing minutes, Wooding snagged his first-career interception at Oberlin’s own five-yard line to seal the victory for the Yeomen.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & A COURTESY OF NORTH COAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE