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Posts Tagged ‘Ohio Athletic Conference.’

OAC Kingpin Mount Union rolls past outmanned Capital, 58-3

(courtesy Mt. Union)

Every year at the Ohio Athletic Conference football media day, Mount Union is the usual pick.

That’s not surprising since they’ve won the league for the past 21 years.

They’ll keep being favored until somebody knocks them off.

On Saturday at Capital’s Bernlohr Stadium in Bexley, Ohio, the juggernaut continued some impressive records in winning 58-3.

The Purple Raiders have won 21 games in a row; 79 consecutive regular-season wins and their 113th regular season road win.

Mt. Union is now 6-0, 5-0 on the season.

Capital drops to a disappointing 1-5, 1-4.

Ranked number 1, the Purple Raiders forced six turnovers and held the Crusaders to 144 total yards and minus-5 passing.

The Cartel Brooks ground attack leads #12 Heidelberg over Otterbein in Rhine River Cup game

(courtesy Heidelberg University)

Cartel Brooks (courtesy Heidelberg)

Cartel Brooks rushed for a school-record 337 yards and five touchdowns Saturday in leading the visiting Heidelberg Student Princes to a 35-17 win over the Otterbein Cardinals.

His 337 yard total is the sixth-highest mark in the history of the Ohio Athletic Conference.

The game was the 21st in the series called the Rhine River Cup.

The Rhine River Cup, which commemorates the 1992 Heidelberg-Otterbein game held in Frankfurt, Germany, will stay in Tiffin, Ohio for the third straight season.

Brooks had a record-setting performance on a chilly autumn evening.

His 35th carry of the game, a 38-yard touchdown rush, broke Jeff Brock’s single-game rushing record of 301 yards set in 1999. His fifth touchdown breaks a record held by himself and five others.

Heidelberg is 6-0 overall, 5-0 in the OAC and looks like they’ll be competing with league kingpin Mount Union for the championship.

The one bright spot for the Cardinals was QB Ben Sizemore, who completed 30 of 51 passes for 354 yards and two scores.

Otterbein drops to 3-3, 3-2 on the season.

 

Wilmington’s Ferguson named to All-OAC team

 

Springfield North High School graduate Chris Ferguson, was recently named honorable mention to the All-Ohio Athletic Conference football team.

Chris Ferguson (courtesy Wilmington athletics)

The Wilmington College junior defensive lineman led the Quakers with 13 tackles for a loss and had five sacks.

The 22-year-old is 6’4, 250 and has been tough on opposing offensive lineman for three years.

Ferguson is a Psychology major.

Otterbein track athlete Curbow earns weekly OAC honor

Press release courtesy of OAC & Otterbein athletic communications

 

AUSTINTOWN, OHIO – After running the fastest time in NCAA Division III this season in the 60-meter hurdles, Austin Curbow, a senior from Gahanna (Lincoln High School), earned Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Track Athlete of the Week honors.

Austin Curbow

Competing in the All-Ohio meet hosted by Otterbein University, Curbow won the 60 hurdles with a blistering time of 8.01 seconds. His time ranks as the fastest of his career and is the fastest time in NCAA Division III this season by more than a tenth of a second.

Otterbein’s Cannon OAC Women’s Player of the Week

Press release & photo courtesy of  OAC & Otterbein athletic communications

 

Chelsea Cannon

AUSTINTOWN, OHIO – After helping lead the Cardinals to a pair of key conference victories, junior forward Chelsea Cannon (Johnstown/Johnstown Monroe), has been named the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Player of the Week in women’s basketball for the first time in her career.

Cannon earned the award after averaging 19 points and seven rebounds in wins over Muskingum and cross-town rival Capital last week. She shot 13 of 20 (65 percent) from the field and 14 of 23 (61 percent) from the free-throw line.

Against Capital, Cannon posted 18 points and tied her season-high with eight rebounds (four offensive) while shooting 5 of 11 (45 percent) from the field. She also converted 8 of 13 (62 percent) attempts from the charity stripe.

Cannon concluded last week by scoring a career-high 20 points against Muskingum while shooting 70 percent from the field (7 of 10). The 5-9 forward added six rebounds in the victory.

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