Wave pulls off major
upset in Columbus
CNO file photo
Greenville may have pulled off the biggest upset in Ohio this season.
Heading into Columbus for a showdown with Bishop Watterson, the
defending state champions, the Wave shocked the host team 14-7 Friday.
Wave football coach TJ Powers told his team this week about believing
in themselves and going out to shock the world.
The Wave did it.
“It’s the best feeling in the world,” Powers said. “I’m so proud of our
kids. I told them after the game I’ve never been more proud of a group
of guys in my life.”
Greenville, now riding a two game winning streak, will host Muncie
MV Falls at Trail
It was the battle of winless teams as Mississinawa Valley fell a point
short to the National Trail Blazers15-14 Friday night.
I was the first win for the Blazers in just over two years.
Trailing 8-6 at halftime, the Hawks started the second half with a
opening drive that ended with a 14-yard touchdown catch by sophomore
Trent Gilbert, his second of the night. After the two-point conversion
Mississinawa Valley led 14-8, and held the lead until just over four
minutes left in the game when National Trail scored from the two. With
the added extra point giving Trail the 15-14 lead.
The Blackhawks will host Ansonia next Friday.
Versailles drops its
second straight game
It was one costly mistake after another for Versailles Friday night, as
the Tigers fell to Delphos St. John, 31-7.
It all started with an early turnover that led to the Blue Jays first
score of the night, a 31-yard field goal.
After a Blue-Jay turnover, the Tigers went up 7-3 in the second
quarter. That would be as close as Versailles would get to its fifth
win of the season.
In other scores, Tri-County North pounded Bradford, 50-22 and in the
game for the Cross County Conference title, it was a battle of the
undefeated as Covington popped Miami East 19-0 on the Vikings home
field in Casstown.