Warrior Athletics: Fall Sports News
A MBC Player of the Year? School records shattered? An Undefeated team? Here’s all the news you need to know about all things DC athletics! (Listed alphabetically by sport)
Thank you to our Warrior Cheerleaders who lead us in cheering on our team each week. In addition, they have organized our spirit nights. This Friday night’s theme is Super Hero Night so grab your cape and join us at Harmon field at 7pm!
Our Warrior runners are working hard to improve their personal bests from week to week! On the boys’ team, it is exciting to see who will cross the line first for DC. Nathaniel Geiss, Nate Childs, and Ben Geiss have battling it out for the top three spots each week. On the girls’ team, Brooke Tesmer and Hannah Withers have consistently been the top runners for DC.
The junior high volleyball team is undefeated (9-0) in the Metro Buckeye Conference and are looking forward to good things ahead.
The varsity volleyball team is working hard. They currently have a 2-4 record within the conference and a 3-10 overall record.
The Warrior football team is currently tied for second i(Division VI, Region 24) with an overall 4-1 record. A highlight of the season has been watching players surpass previous school records. Shawn VanNoy, for example, now holds the school record for the most career passing touchdowns (39). Seth Yunker holds the record for the most fumble recoveries in a single game (3), and with every catch he makes Tywon Berry breaks the career yard and receptions record.
Phillip Miller was named the Metro Buckeye Player of the Year and, of course, holds the #1 spot in the conference with a with an average of 36.23. (For those of you who do not understand golf, that statistic means that for every 9 holes of golf he plays, he scores an average of 36.23!) Luke Lawrence is currently the fifth place in the MBC with an average of 45.10 and Matt Welker is seventh with an average of 48.10.
The boys’ soccer team is ranked #5 the state (Division III) with a conference record of 3-0 and an overall record of 7-2. Sam Reid and Noah Alexander are the current number one and two offensive players in the conference. On the defensive side, Paul Socha is ranked number four in the conference.
The record for the girls’ soccer team is 3-5-2. Emma Brown ranks third, Lauren Collins is sixth, and Sam Skujins is tied for 7th in the Metro Buckeye Conference for offensive players. Abby Erisman is 6th and Madelyn Keenan is ranked tenth on the defensive side