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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: PeakofOhio.com Football Game: Triad 39 Waynesfield-Goshen 22

 

(photo by megasportsnews.com)

WAYNESFIELD, OHIO — The 2010 high school football season opened last Friday night for the PeakofOhio.com broadcast team of John Kench and Stuart Mason in Auglaize County with a match between two old rivals of the now-defunct West Central Ohio Conference, Triad Cardinals and Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers.

The two schools are now in different conferences, Triad in the tough Ohio Heritage and Waynesfield-Goshen plays in the Northwest Central Ohio.

These two schools have played each other for the past several years and the Cardinals won in North Lewisburg, Ohio in 2010, 38-23.

The 2011 meeting would be the final game in the series for awhile.

The Cardinals playing on the road, started off quickly taking the opening drive in for the score for a 7-0 lead as Tre McIntyre took in a 16-yard pass reception at the 10:44 mark of the 1st quarter.

But the Tigers came back on their initial drive and went ahead 8-7 on a Gabe Hennon 1-yard dive into the end zone and a two-point conversion pass reception by Colton Miller. The Tigers first drive actually ended in a punt, but their punter was roughed by Triad pass rush and they were given new life with a fresh set of downs at the Waynesfield-Goshen 42.

After that set of events, Triad took control in all aspects of the game.

Tre McIntyre compiled 194 total yards of offense as the Cardinals won for the second year in a row 39-22.

McIntyre rushed for 94 yards and one touchdown. The 6’0, 185-pound sophomore also accumulated three receptions for 101 yards, including an 80-yard scoring strike from quarterback Colton Young.

Speaking of Young, the 6’0, 180-pound junior play so well, that Cardinals fans did not miss his predecessor Kaleb Deam, at all.

Young passed for 164 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

Austin Sanford, a junior split end had a 64-yard punt return and a 1-yard touchdown run for the Cardinals.

GAME NOTES:

*The Northwest Conference, which Waynesfield-Goshen is a member of also consists of Fairbanks, Marion Catholic, Lima Perry, Ridgemont, Riverside, Lima Temple Christian and Upper Scioto Valley.

In 2012, the conference will add three teams as football-only members: Fort Loramie, Lehman Catholic and Troy Christian.

* Triad is a member of the Ohio Heritage Conference. Other members include: Southeastern, West Liberty-Salem, Northeastern, Greeneview, Mechanicsburg, Catholic Central and Cedarville.

Tuesday’s report we’ll have first quarter game highlights from last Friday’s Game.

Game Info used by permission of V-Teck Communications, Inc.

ENTERTAINMENT FOR THURSDAY AUGUST 5, 2010: Celebrity Birthdays

Guy De Maupassant, author in 1850.

Conrad Aiken, author in 1889.

John Huston, filmmaker in 1906.

Patrick Ewing, basketball player at Georgetown University and the NBA in 1962, he’s 48.

**Born on this date in 1930 in Wapakoneta, Ohio, which is located in Auglaize County, American astronaut and the First man on the moon, Neil Armstrong.

A United States Navy fighter pilot during the Korean War, Armstrong became a test pilot for what was then the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics in 1955.

Neil Armstrong (courtesy of NASA)

In 1962, Armstrong was already a veteran of the X-15, he became a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronaut and served as command pilot of the Gemini 8 mission.

As a commander of Apollo 11 (June 16-24, 1969, he was the first person to step on the moon.

Armstong taught aeronautical engineering at the University of Cincinnati from 1971 to 1979.

In 1985, President Reagan appointed Armstrong to the National Commission on Space and in 1986 named him vice chairman of a panel to investigate the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger, which happened earlier that year.