2018 NWC Football Leaders & Stats – Week 8

Team Leaders
Team Offense
First Downs:
Crestview 19.4
Team Rushing: Spencerville 362.4
Team Passing: Allen East 250.9
Team Total Offense: Crestview 404.9
Scoring Offense: Crestview 43.0

Team Defense
First Downs Allowed: Spencerville 8.5
Team Rushing Defense: Spencerville 78.4
Team Passing Defense: Delphos Jefferson 79.0
Total Team Defense: Spencerville 198.5
Scoring Defense: Columbus Grove 18.3

Penalty Yards: Allen East 254
Turnover Ratio: Columbus Grove +10

Individual Leaders
Individual Offense per Game
Passing Yards: Tyler Clum, Allen East 1910 yards (238.8/game)
Passing Efficiency (min. 90 attempts): Drew Kline, Crestview 160.99
Passing TD’s: Tyler Clum, Allen East 21
Rushing Yards: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 877 yards (109.6/game)
Rushing TD’s: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 15
Rushing Yards per Carry (min. 90 attempts): Joel Lotz, Spencerville 8.9
Receiving Yards: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 849 yards (106.1/game)
Receptions: Hunter Kesler, Paulding 41 receptions (5.1/game)
Receiving Yards per Reception (min. 20 receptions): Cole Fletcher, Allen East 24.3
Receiving TD’s: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 10
Scoring: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 92 points

Individual Defense

Interceptions: Caleb Barrientes, Columbus Grove 6

Individual Special Teams
Punting (min 20 attempts): Jacob Eblin, Paulding 37.0
Kickoff Returns: Drew Lumpkins, Paulding 273 yards
Punt Returns: Trevor Taylor, Columbus Grove 161 yards

Complete Week 8 NWC Individual and Team Leaders

2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 8

The 4th weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 3 NWC schools are in the top 8 in their region.

Division V, Region 18
22. Paulding

Division VI, Region 22
4. Columbus Grove, 15. Allen East, 22. Bluffton, 23. Ada

Division VI, Region 24
6. Spencerville, 26. Delphos Jefferson

Division VII, Region 28
2. Crestview

Complete 2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings

2018 NWC Volleyball All-Conference Teams

Paulding sophomore Sadie Estle was voted the 2018 Northwest Conference “Player of The Year” at a meeting of conference volleyball coaches in Delphos.  In a close vote, Estle edged Rylee Sybert (Columbus Grove) and Lexi Gregory (Crestview) who finished second and third respectively in the balloting.  Tammy Gregory of Crestview was voted NWC Coach of the Year by her peers.  Columbus Grove and Crestview ended the regular season as conference co-champs with identical 7-1 records in league play.

First Team
Sadie Estle – Sophomore – Paulding
Rylee Sybert – Senior – Columbus Grove
Lexi Gregory – Junior – Crestview
Lakin Brant – Senior – Lincolnview
Megan Light – Sophomore – Ada
Kendall Bollenbacher – Freshman – Lincolnview
Haley Radabaugh – Junior – Columbus Grove
Bailey Gregory – Sophomore – Crestview

Second Team
Avery McCoy – Senior – Crestview
Summer McCloskey – Senior – Allen East
Amy Vorst – Senior – Columbus Grove
Carly Wendel – Senior – Lincolnview
Katie Prater – Junior – Bluffton
Delaney Deuel – Sophomore – Delphos Jefferson
Jalynn Parrett – Sophomore – Paulding

Honorable Mention
Anamya Truex – Junior – Allen East
Emma Hoback – Junior – Spencerville
Morgan Swick – Senior – Ada
Brianna Ebel – Sophomore – Lincolnview
Alex Briley – Senior – Allen East
Megan Tope – Senior – Paulding
Sidney Gossard – Junior – Ada
Grace Howard – Senior – Allen East
Ashley Eachus – Junior – Bluffton
Lauren Black – Junior – Crestview
Kylie Stackhouse – Freshman – Bluffton
Peyton Brubaker – Senior – Columbus Grove
Courtney Teman – Junior – Delphos Jefferson
Jayla Rostorfer – Junior – Delphos Jefferson
Madison Williams – Sophomore – Lincolnview
Ayron McClurg – Junior – Delphos Jefferson

2018 NWC Boys Soccer All-Conference Teams

Ada senior Chris Reyes was voted the 2018 Northwest Conference “Player of The Year” in a vote at a meeting of conference boys’ soccer coaches held in Delphos.  Luke Young, a senior from Bluffton, finished second in the balloting.  Steve Smucker of Bluffton was selected as “Coach of the Year” in the balloting.  Smucker was a unanimous selection in winning his 4th straight Coach of the Year award.

First Team
Chris Reyes – Senior – Ada
Luke Young – Senior – Bluffton
Jesse Montel – Senior – Bluffton
Noah Garmon – Senior – Ada
Bryce Wilcox – Junior – Allen East
Jared Pollock – Senior – Lincolnview
Dakota Clymer – Senior – Bluffton
Jonathon Shriner – Sophomore – Bluffton
Christian Hedrick – Senior – Allen East
Kyle Wallis – Senior – Lincolnview
Zach Ringwald – Senior – Spencerville
Kolya Pacshall – Sophomore – Paulding

Second Team
Skylar Williams – Junior – Ada
Isaiah Schwab – Senior – Bluffton
Jacob Okuly – Senior – Ada
Dalton Clum – Senior – Allen East
Braelin Houston – Sophomore – Allen East
Matt Dawes – Junior – Bluffton
Dalton Calvert – Senior – Allen East
Jacob Litsey – Senior – Spencerville
Clayton Leeth – Sophomore – Lincolnview
Jackson Steinmetz – Senior – Bluffton
Isaac Spar – Junior – Ada

Honorable Mention
Evan Edwards – Junior – Paulding
Simon Derstine – Sophomore – Bluffton
Andrew Bertka – Senior – Bluffton
Landon Moody – Sophomore – Lincolnview
Colin Oglesbee – Sophomore – Bluffton
Raegen Boley – Senior – Lincolnview
Charles Clapsaddle – Senior – Paulding
Dominic Adkins – Sophomore – Spencerville
Jayden Mays – Junior – Bluffton
Creed Jessee – Sophomore – Lincolnview
Jacob Poling – Sophomore – Ada
Ethan Reichenbach – Senior – Allen East
Tayton Kleman – Sophomore – Bluffton

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2018 NWC Girls Soccer All-Conference Teams

Junior Kelsey Shaffer from conference champion Spencerville was voted the 2018 Northwest Conference “Player of The Year” at a meeting of conference soccer coaches held in Delphos.  Her teammate junior Raygen Martinez finished second in the balloting.  Spencerville coach Kathy Goecke was selected as “Coach of the Year” in the balloting.  Spencerville won the league title with a 5-0-1 record in league play to edge out Bluffton who finished at 4-0-2.

First Team
Kelsey Shaffer – Junior – Spencerville
Raygen Martinez – Junior – Spencerville
Kayla White – Junior – Bluffton
Maddie McConnahea – Senior – Delphos Jefferson
Kinsey Helser – Senior – Allen East
Ally Richardson – Senior – Allen East
Katie Butterfield – Junior – Ada
Averey Rumer – Junior – Bluffton
Brenna Hissong – Sophomore – Ada
Gabby Scott – Senior – Allen East
Laykin Garmatter – Sophomore – Bluffton
Jenna Litsey – Junior – Spencerville

Second Team
Brinkley Garmatter – Junior – Bluffton
Jade Sheaffer – Sophomore – Crestview
Lauren Criblez – Senior – Allen East
Chelsey Bullinger – Sophomore – Paulding
Emma Leis – Sophomore – Spencerville
Emily Dientsberger – Sophomore – Delphos Jefferson
Reagan Mittendorf – Freshman – Bluffton
Hailey Callahan – Senior – Ada
Olivia Silone – Junior – Allen East
Morgan Iler – Sophomore – Paulding
Olivia Burner – Junior – Bluffton

Honorable Mention
Nelaya Burden – Junior – Spencerville
Sophia Smucker – Junior – Bluffton
Mckenna Thompson – Junior – Crestview
Ella Poling – Junior – Ada
Madalyn Ward – Junior – Crestview
Karly Mawhorr – Sophomore – Delphos Jefferson
Julia Meyer – Junior – Allen East
Bella East – Junior – Ada
Olivia Setzer – Sophomore – Bluffton
Tori Newland – Junior – Allen East
Salex Overmyer – Junior – Crestview
Kottia Williams – Junior – Spencerville
Abby Garver – Junior – Allen East
Timber Blankenship – Freshman – Ada
Danielle Hohlbein – Sophomore – Delphos Jefferson
Ally Hasting – Senior – Delphos Jefferson

2018 NWC Cross Country Championships

Columbus Grove  won both the boys’ and girls’ titles in the Northwest Conference cross country meet run Saturday morning in Spencerville.  The boys’ race featured a tight battle with Columbus Grove (30) edging out runner-up Lincolnview (33) by 3 points.  Lincolnview girls also finshed second while Crestview took third place in both races.  Junior High races were won by Lincolnview (boys) and Columbus Grove (girls).

Lincolnview’s Alek Bowersock ran the best individual time of 16:53.8 in winning the boys’ race and was voted by the coaches as NWC Male Runner of the Year.  Johnny Schmiedebusch (CG, 16:59.0) finished second with Karter Tow (LV, 17:15.6) completing the race as the third place finisher.

Columbus Grove’s Alyssa Ellerbrock (19:41.2) defeated runner-up Madison Langdon (20:12.3)  of Crestview in the girls’ race and was voted NWC Female Runner of the Year.  Crestview’s Ragen Harting (20:27.4) finished out the top three.

Columbus Grove’s  Terry Schnipke was voted by the coaches as  the  Boys’ Coach of the Year with the honors for Girls’ Coach of the Year going to Grove’s Jason Jay.

Boys
1. Columbus Grove 30, 2. Lincolnview 33, 3. Crestview 82, 4. Bluffton 121, 5. Ada 135, 6. Allen East 157, Spencerville NTS, Paulding NTS
Complete Results

NWC Individual Champion: Alek Bowersock, Lincolnview

Girls
1. Columbus Grove 36, 2. Lincolnview 44, 3. Crestview 49, 4. Paulding 108, Ada NTS, Bluffton NTS, Spencerville NTS
Complete Results

NWC Individual Champion: Alyssa Ellerbrock, Columbus Grove

Junior High Results: Boys | Girls

Columbus Grove Girls Cross Country – 2018 NWC Champions

 

2018 NWC Football Leaders & Stats – Week 7

Team Leaders
Team Offense
First Downs:
Crestview 19.9
Team Rushing: Spencerville 373.3
Team Passing: Allen East 262.7
Team Total Offense: Crestview 412.1
Scoring Offense: Crestview 44.0

Team Defense
First Downs Allowed: Delphos Jefferson 8.9
Team Rushing Defense: Spencerville 83.9
Team Passing Defense: Delphos Jefferson 90.3
Total Team Defense: Spencerville 221.1
Scoring Defense: Allen East 20.7

Penalty Yards: Allen East 209
Turnover Ratio: Delphos Jefferson +7

Individual Leaders
Individual Offense per Game
Passing Yards: Tyler Clum, Allen East 1806 yards (258.0/game)
Passing Efficiency (min. 65 attempts): Drew Kline, Crestview 166.01
Passing TD’s: Tyler Clum, Allen East 20
Rushing Yards: Kale Lee, Spencerville 770 yards (110.0/game)
Rushing TD’s: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 12
Rushing Yards per Carry (min. 70 attempts): Joel Lotz, Spencerville 8.9
Receiving Yards: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 727 yards (103.9/game)
Receptions: Hunter Kesler, Paulding 40 receptions (5.7/game)
Receiving Yards per Reception (min. 20 receptions): Cole Fletcher, Allen East 23.5
Receiving TD’s: Cole Fletcher, Allen East 8
Scoring: Cannon Johnson, Spencerville 80 points

Individual Defense

Interceptions: Caleb Barrientes, Columbus Grove 5

Individual Special Teams
Punting (min 20 attempts): Jacob Eblin, Paulding 37.3
Kickoff Returns: Drew Lumpkins, Paulding 273 yards
Punt Returns: Wade Sheets, Crestview 142 yards

Complete Week 7 NWC Individual and Team Leaders

2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings – Week 7

The 3rd weekly OHSAA Football Computer Rankings were released and 3 NWC schools are in the top 8 in their region.

Division V, Region 18
24. Paulding

Division VI, Region 22
6. Columbus Grove, 15. Allen East, 21. Bluffton, 23. Ada

Division VI, Region 24
5. Spencerville, 26. Delphos Jefferson

Division VII, Region 28
2. Crestview

Complete 2018 OHSAA Football Computer Rankings