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Prep Sports Rundown

 

Volleyball

 

Non-Conference

Bath 3, Delphos Jefferson 0
Temple Christian 3, Spencerville 0

Anna 3, Wapakoneta 0
Columbus Grove 3, Delphos St. John’s 0
Fort Loramie 3, Marion Local 2
Ayersville 3, Ottoville 0
Kenton 3, Ridgemont 2

Three Rivers Athletic Conference

Toledo Notre Dame 3, Lima Senior 0

 

Blanchard Valley Conference

McComb 3, Liberty-Benton 0
Top-ranked Panthers roll past Eagles, improving to 17-0 overall and 10-0 in BVC.

Arlington 3, Vanlue 0
Leipsic 3, Pandora-Gilboa 1
Arcadia 3, Cory-Rawson 1
Van Buren 3, Hopewell-Loudon 1
Hardin Northern 3, North Baltimore 1

Girls Soccer

Northwest Conference

Lincolnview 6, Ada 2

Putnam County League

Kalida 2, Ottoville 0
 

Non-Conference

Cory-Rawson 3, Delphos Jefferson 2

Boys Soccer

 

Western Buckeye League

Bath 3, Kenton 0
Celina 4, Shawnee 1
Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Elida 2
St. Marys Memorial 1, Wapakoneta 0
 Defiance 6, Van Wert 0

Non-Conference

Bluffton 4, Van Buren 1
Spencerville 6, Allen East 0

Girls Tennis

Ada 5, Lima Senior 0
Findlay 5, Elida 0
Shawnee 5, Lima Central Catholic 0
St. Marys 3, Ottawa-Glandorf 2

 

>>Chiefs Maul Patriots On Monday Night Football

(Kansas City, MO)  --  It got ugly at Arrowhead Stadium on "Monday Night Football" as Jamaal Charles reached the end zone three times leading the Chiefs to a 41-14 beatdown of the Patriots.  Charles also totaled 108 total yards and Knile Davis ran for 107 yards.  Alex Smith threw for three touchdowns and 248 yards in the win, while Travis Kelce had his break out game hauling in a TD along with 93 yards receiving. 
Kansas City is 2-and-2.  Tom Brady turned the ball over three times with two interceptions and a fumble.  Husain Abdullah returned one of the picks for a 39-yard TD.  Wide receiver Brandon LaFell was the one bright spot for New England with six catches, 119 yards and a TD.  The Patriots have fallen to 2-and-2.

 

>>Raiders Fire Dennis Allen

(
Alameda, CA)  --  The Oakland Raiders are parting ways with head coach Dennis Allen.  FOX Sports reports the team has fired Allen after an 0-and-4 start to the season.  The Silver and Black were blown out 38-14 by the Dolphins on Sunday in London.  Allen was just 8-and-24 in his first two seasons with Oakland before the winless start this year.

 

>>Bengals At Patriots On Sunday

(
Cincinnati, OH)  --  The Bengals return from their bye week and take the national stage.  One of the NFL's last two remaining undefeated teams takes on the Patriots on the road on "Sunday Night Football."  Cincinnati is 3-and-0, while the Pats are 2-and-2 after getting crushed by the Chiefs last night. 

>>Browns Back From Bye

(
Berea, OH)  --  The Browns are back from their bye week and preparing for a Week Five matchup at the Tennessee Titans.  Cleveland is 1-and-2 after losing to the Ravens 23-21 on the 21st.  The Titans are 1-and-3 with the three straight loses. 

>>Miller Would Play QB For OSU Next Season

(
Columbus, OH)  --  OhioState head coach Urban Meyer is putting an end to a potential 2015 season controversy before it even begins.  Meyer said yesterday if Braxton Miller is healthy he will be the team's starting quarterback.  His replacement, J.T. Barrett, has played well this season.

 

>>Michigan Releases Statement On Morris Concussion

(
Ann Arbor, MI)  --  The statement Michigan head coach Brady Hoke promised during his afternoon press conference on Monday was finally released early Tuesday morning.  When Hoke mentioned the statement he said it would come from the medical staff, but it ended up being from athletic director Dave Brandon.  For the first time since the Shane Morris incident occurred on Saturday, the university admitted Shane Morris suffered a concussion, but worded it as a "probable, mild concussion."  Brandon admitted to multiple failures in communication and stated there would be protocol changes in the future to prevent another situation like this. 

>>Blue Jackets Lose Jenner To Injury

(Undated)  --  The Blue Jackets have lost winger Boone Jenner to a broken left hand.  The injury happened at practice on Sunday when he was hit by a puck.  Jenner is expected to miss significant time with the injury. 

>>Cavs Open Up Training Camp

(
Independence, OH)  --  The Cavaliers opened up training camp yesterday.  LeBron James and Mike Miller were both impressed with new head coach David Blatt's offensive system.  Cleveland begins the preseason October 5th hosting Maccabi Tel Aviv at Quicken Loans Arena. 

 

>>A's Face Royals In AL Wild Card Game Tonight

(Kansas City, MO)  --  The American League Wild Card game takes place tonight as the Oakland A's face the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium.  Jon Lester takes the mound for
Oakland, while KC counters with James Shields.  The A's are in the playoffs for the third straight year, while the Royals are making their first postseason appearance in 29 years.  KC hasn't been in the playoffs since winning the World Series in 1985.  The winner of this game moves on to face the AL West champion Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the best-of-five American League Division Series beginning Thursday in Anaheim.

 

>>Astros Introduce Hinch As New Manager

(
Houston, TX)  --  A.J. Hinch is the new manager of the Houston Astros.  He was formally introduced Monday and says he's humbled to be in his new role.

The 40-year-old Hinch replaces Bo Porter, who was fired September 1st in his second season and replaced by interim skipper Tom Lawless.  Hinch was most recently in the San Diego Padres' front office as vice president of scouting.  He was previously a manager with the Arizona Diamondbacks, going 89-and-123 in parts of two seasons.  The Astros finished fourth in the American League West this year with a 70-and-92 record.

 

>>Twins Fire Manager Ron Gardenhire

(
Minneapolis, MN)  --  After 13 seasons, Ron Gardenhire is out as manager of the Twins.  The team says Gardenhire will not return for the 2015 season.  He had one year remaining on the two-year extension he signed last season.  "Gardy" took over for Tom Kelly, who retired following the 2001 season.  He led the Twins to six AL Central titles in his first nine seasons but the team has lost at least 90 games the past four years.