Saturday, August 28, 2010

Lions defeat Deer Park 48-13

Senior quarterback Garrett Myers scored three touchdowns and passed for another to lead New Richmond to a 48-13 season opening win over Deer Park.

Myers scored on runs of 1, 10 and 14 yards and hit Joey McCabe for a 24-yard touchdown.

Other New Richmond scores came on a 78-yard run by senior Austin Warden, a 20-yard run by Nick Hill and a 10-yard run by Nick Williams. Hill also set up New Richmond's first score with an 86-yard kickoff return.

Warden was the defensive leader with seven solo and three assisted tackles. Shane Campbell had five solos and three assists, Jay Glueck four solos and one assist and McCable and Alex Horn with four solos each.

Score by Quarters
1 2 3 4 Total
Deer Park 6 0 0 7 13
New Richmond 6 22 20 0 48
Qtr Time Scoring play
1st 07:07 DP - Meyer 14 yd run (Engeseth kick blockd), 8-60 4:53
05:58 NR - Myers 1 yd run (Ritter pass failed), 3-7 0:51
2nd 06:25 NR - Warden 78 yd run (Ritter kick), 2-78 0:51
04:37 NR - Myers 90 yd run (Hill rush), 1-90 0:00
02:18 NR - Myers 14 yd run (Ritter kick), 1-14 0:08
3rd 09:04 NR - McCabe 24 yd pass from Myers (Ritter kick), 8-70 2:51
02:04 NR - Hill 20 yd run (Ritter kick), 5-69 2:25
01:43 NR - Williams 10 yd run (Dillow pass failed), 2-14 0:18
4th 06:32 DP - Sporing 13 yd run (Engeseth kick), 10-86 6:55

Deer Park
-Engeseth 1-67; Sporing 15-16; Meyer 2-15; McCoy 7-15; Reeves 10-10; Roetting 3-10; Morris 1-10; Ballard 1-4; Pickett 4-0.

New Richmond-Myers 6-70; Warden 2-78; Hill 7-57; Williams 7-30; White 1-2; Forsee 2-minus 1.

PASSING: Deer Park-Sporing 10-15-0-139; Reeves 0-1-0-0. New Richmond-Myers 3-5-1-52.

RECEIVING: Deer Park-Osborne 4-74; Morris 2-33; Meyer 2-13; Ballard 1-19; Roetting 1-0. New Richmond-McCabe 1-24; Warden 1-14; Jetter 1-14.

INTERCEPTIONS: Deer Park-Reeves 1-0. New Richmond-None.

FUMBLES: Deer Park-Sporing 1-0; Engeseth 1-1; M.Johnson 1-1. New Richmond-Hill 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Deer Park-None. New Richmond-Warden 2-0; S.Campbell 2-0; Williams 1-1.

Deer Park-Ballard 4-1; Ross 3-2; Reeves 3-0; Roetting 2-1; Carl 2-0; Morgan 2-0; Noland 1-1; Crandall 1-0; 27 1-0; Madden 1-0; Osborne 1-0; Meyer 1-0; Johnson 1-0; Miskimens 0-1.
New Richmond-Warden 7-3; S.Campbell 5-3; Glueck 4-1; Horn 4-0; McCabe 4-0; Troy 3-1; Williams 3-1; Scholz 2-3; Jetter 3-0; Derkson 3-0; Forsee 2-0; Lemar 2-0; Chesney 2-0; 74 1-1; Dillow 1-1; 21 1-1; 37 1-0; K.Scholz 1-0; Lynn 1-0; Myers 1-0; Deller 1-0; Hayward 1-0; Nort 0-1; Mahaffey 0-1; Eldridge 0-1.

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Friday, August 27, 2010

Girls varsity soccer defeat Western Brown

The Lady Lions had victory over the Lady Broncos of Western Brown in the first game for the 2010 season. Bailey Workman scored the first goal with an assist from Sarah Glenn. Sarah Glenn scored the second, and final goal, for the team with an assist by Nicole Leen. The final score for the game was 2-1 with New Richmond Lady Lions on top! The team will take on Goshen for their home-opener on Tuesday, August 31st at 7:00pm.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Tennis New Richmond vs. Western Brown

The Lady Lions faced another tough loss to Western Brown tonight. With a score of 4-1, the Lady Lions record now stands at 1-3. Playing at 1st Doubles, Miranda Stilwell and Marisa David, was the only victory for the Lions. The girls continue to work hard and improve. The Lady Lions will face Goshen on Tuesday.

First league win for mens soccer

It was a great start in league play. The boys defeated an improved Western Brown team. 4-0 at Western Brown. Zak Ritter completed the hat trick and Casey Meyers added an insurance goal. Scott Heater had 9 saves to secure the shut out. Although the Broncos had a few solid attempts the game was controled by the Lions who continue to improve.

Turpin defeats JV Girls soccer

JV girls soccer team was defeated last night 2-0 by Turpin. Starting goalkeep Laura Boose recorded 7 saves. Although the Lions didn't come up with the victory, it was a great first match. Everyone played hard the entire game. The JV girls play next Monday at Batavia.

Tigers cage Lion Golfers

The Bethel Tigers golf team out shot the Lion Linksters by a score of 175-192 @ Friendly Meadows Golf Course on Wednesday. Leading the Lions in scoring were Tyler Flood (45), Austin Wells (47), Evan McKinley (50), David Ohntrup (50), Henry Heidlage (50), and Austin Skaggs (52).The Lion's record now sits at 2-2 on the season.The Lion Golfers will face off against the same Tiger Golfers and Norwood Monday August 30th at Sharon Woods at 3:30.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Tennis-NR vs. Bethel

The Lady Lions fell a match short of a victory tonight, but not due to lack of effort. The Lady Lions traveled to Bethel to face the Lady Tigers. Miranda Stilwell and Alex White won at the 1st Doubles Position and Megan Tucker, after a 2.5 hour, 3 set match, defeated her opponent at 3rd Singles. The ladies continue to improve and work hard. The Lady Lions will travel to Western Brown to face the Lady Broncos on Thursday.

N.R.H.S. Golfers Split Tri-Match

The N.R.H.S. golfers split the Tri-Match they played with Blanchester and Goshen on 8/23. The final score was Blanchester 163, New Richmond 175, and Goshen 195. The match was played on the front nine at Lindale Golf Course. Senior Tyler Flood shot a 39 and was tri-medalist along with Travis Jackson and Miles Burton, both from Blanchester. Other scores for the Lion Linksters were Evan McKinley (43), Austin Wells (46), Austin Skaggs (47), David Ohntrup (49), and Henry Heidlage (54). The Lions now sit with a 2-1 record on the season. The Lions will next take on Bethel at Friendly Meadows on 8/25 at 4:00.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Tennis New Richmond vs. Amelia

The girls tennis team fought a tough battle tonight against Amelia. Although facing defeat, the girls showed determination, and pride throughout the contest. This years team is led by seniors Megan Tucker and Casey White. The team is young and inexperienced, but continues to work hard and show great improvement. The Lady Lions will be traveling to Bethel tomorrow(8/24/10) to face the Lady Tigers in hopes of remaining undefeated in conference play.

Mens soccer gets its first win against Deer Park

A great start to the season with a 4-1 victory on opening night. With goals scored by Farmer, Ritter, Klein, and Anderson. After a questionable start in our first scrimmage against a good Glen Ested team, I have been impressed with how the team responded in the second scrimmage and followed up with a win in the season opener. I think everyone is starting to understand their roles on the field and I am getting to know my team. I look forward to many more "Ws" this season.

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