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OHSAA Board of Directors meeting highlights

OHSAA Board of Directors Meeting Highlights

The Ohio High School Athletic Association board of directors met Thursday for its regularly scheduled September meeting. The following are highlights from the meeting. The complete set of meeting minutes will be posted later at OHSAA.org.

-          The board reviewed the list of 30 schools that met the 2012-13 OHSAA Respect the Game Challenge. Eighteen of those schools also earned the Harold A. Meyer Award. The OHSAA will issue a separate release Friday with the list of schools and description of the awards.

Here's the latest sports update from ONU

Ohio Northern University fall athletic teams are officially in action. Here's the weekly report of games and individual Polar Bears.

Open the printer-friendly attachment at the bottom of this story for all the ONU sports updates of last week.

Bob Olwin era gets off with a stormy start and a win for the Bulldogs

By Dusty Donley

The Bob Olwin era got off to a stormy start last Saturday night in East Clinton, Ohio, but once the skies cleared, it was business as usual for the football Bulldogs. Sparked by a four touchdown performance from first year senior quarterback Matt Wilcox, the Bulldogs racked up 357 yards of total offense in route to a 35-19 victory over the Division IV Astros.

Lightning filled skies delayed kickoff for just over two hours, but that did nothing to slow the Bulldogs as they struck first on a 9 yard Wilcox touchdown pass to senior Austin Dumbaugh after less than six minutes of play. The extra point was blocked, leaving the score 6-0.

It's official: Zac Dysert "makes the cut" - he's on the 53-member Bronco roster

By Mike Morris - Denver Bronco website
Head Coach John Fox said on Saturday that rookie quarterback Zac Dysert 'earned' his place on the Broncos' 53-man roster.

For more on the Broncos' click here for the team website.

When the Broncos selected quarterback Zac Dysert in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft back in April, the rookie's eventual place on the team was anything but guaranteed. 

Aaron Weyer, Alex Weber continue their football tradition at Ashland

Two Ada High School 2011 grads are continuing their football careers at Ashland University.

Aaron Weyer and Alex Weber graduated from Ada High in 2011. Both were recruited by Ashland University. 

Jacob Colwell now a Brown Belt, First Degree

Jacob Colwell, an Ada Junior High student, recently advanced to Brown Belt, First Degree in the art of Shaolin Kempo karate.

He is a student at the Bluffton Karate Center and was among five students to advance in their degrees.

 

 

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