’Berg blows out Capital in finale
BEXLEY — Tyler Stoyle threw for five touchdowns and 266 yards and Heidelberg vaulted out to a 40-0 lead by the early point of the third quarter Saturday en route to blasting Capital 61-13 in the season finale.
Stoyle had TD tosses of 16 yards to Geoffrey Helms, 5 yards to Cameron Vocke and 8 yards to Demetrius Magee in the first period, then added a 14-yard scoring strike to Tony Morris in the second.
The Student Princes (6-4, 6-3 Ohio Athletic Conference) also got a 23-yard A.J. Morrison field goal and a safety when Jarett Wasson blocked a punt to enter halftime up 33-0.
Dallas O’Green’s 4-yard plunge at the 10:36 mark of the third period put The ‘Berg up 40-0.The Crusaders (4-6, 4-5) got on the board when Dave Barnett hauled in a 32-yard Conner McCloud pass with 1:43 left in the third, but Stoyle and Heidelberg answered on the final play of the quarter with a 15-yard TD toss to Magee.
Vocke tacked on a 62-yard run scoring run in the fourth quarter and Justin Hutchins returned a punt 59 yards for another score that period.Capital’s final score came late in the game on McCloud’s 10-yard pass to Christian Peach.
O’Green ended with 86 yards rushing, Vocke finished with 69 yard rushing and 67 yards receiving.
Magee hauled in six passes for 85 yards.Meanwhile, Austin Crow (8), Jamir Wimbley (7), Malik Dudley (6), Sahwn Beltz (6) and Chandler Hoover (6) each had at least six tackles. Crow added a sack and three tackles for a loss, and Dudley and Wasson both added a sack to help hold the Crusaders to 281 yards of total offense.
Donovan Walker and Trevor Summers both picked off passes for The ‘Berg, and Chris Jones and Justin Hutchins both recovered a fumble.
‘Berg runners wrap season at regional
HOLLAND, Mich. — Austin Neura ran 31st in the men’s race and Hayley Cochran ended 55th in the women’s race Saturday to lead Heidelberg’s efforts at the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional.
The Student Princes finished 15th in the men’s standings and 17th among the women’s teams, with the neither team nor any of its individual runners advancing in the post season.
Neura crossed the line in 25:32.9 for The ‘Berg and Isaac Kuntz ran 26:20.6.
Devon Jester (26:34.4), Dom Frey (26:42.0), and Jacob Ferrebee (26:53.7), Eric Peterson (27:40.2) and Joel Studer (29:14.7) also competed for the Student Princes..Cochran’s 23:16.8 paced Heidelberg’s women, while Dani Blum (23:17.7) and Rachel House (23:21.6) wound up 56th and 58th.Amanda Elkins (24:27.4), Courtney Hughes-Ksenich (24:31.1), Miranda Shaffer (25:05.7) and Jessica Sucheck (25:31.9) rounded out the team.
“I thought we had some really good performances on both sides,” Heidelberg coach Brian Grime said. “It wasn’t our best day, but we outperformed last year. I am excited about our returners, especially on the men’s side.”
Comeback bid falls short
OWENSBORO, Ky. — Tiffin whittled a 10-point deficit midway through the second half down to a one-point game with 1:28 to play Saturday, but Kentucky Wesleyan made its foul shots down the stretch to claim an 84-76 win.
The Panthers (2-0) trailed 40-36 at halftime, but used three Jordan Jackson buckets to fuel a 9-0 run midway through the second half to go up 67-57 with 9:11 to play.
The Dragons (0-2) slowly chipped away at the deficit until two Tony Kynard foul shots with 1:28 left trimmed the lead to 77-76.
But Tiffin committed four fouls, missed three shots and committed a turnover from there while the Panthers went 5 for 6 at the line and got a Adam Stanford layup to pull away.Kynard’s 16 points topped TU, Brandon Wilkins scored 14, Juwan Johnson netted 13 and Alex Brown tossed in 11.
Kentucky Wesleyan got a game-high 23 points from Ken-Jah Bosley. Jacks added 16 points and Charles Foster scored 12.