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Lakota's Dull finishes tied for fifth at state (10-13-12) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Saturday, 13 October 2012 18:07
COLUMBUS — Lakota’s Makayla Dull finished in a three-way tie for fifth place in the Division II girls state high school golf tournament.
The sophomore shot a 7-over-par 77 during Saturday’s final round to finish with a 156 total at Ohio State University’s Gray Course. She had a 38 on the front nine and 39 on the back nine.
Eastwood downs Otsego, 42-14 (10-13-12) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By KEITH WELLS, Sentinel Sports Writer   
Saturday, 13 October 2012 02:08
Eastwood's Skylar Dierker runs the ball past Otsego's Austin Hefflinger, right, and A.C. Limes, during the first half. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
LUCKEY — If the Eastwood Eagles were looking to prove that they are a legitimate threat in the Northern Buckeye Conference, then they did just that, beating visiting Otsego, 42-14, Friday night.
“Eastwood did a nice job,” said Otsego head coach Erik Johnson. “Their kids finished the game strong, we weren’t able to do that ... they executed and we didn’t.” PHOTO GALLERY
Despite their 0-3 start to the season, the Eagles have been able to spark a five-game winning streak to stay undefeated in the NBC.
“To get to this point after the start we had ... you can just see how much improvement we’ve had,” said Eastwood head coach Jerry Rutherford. “This is a totally different locker room than it was Week 1 and 2 because we are so young.
“Our guys are playing with a lot of confidence right now ... our coaches had a great gameplan and we had a great week of practice. Coming into this game we were ready to play.”
Last Updated on Saturday, 13 October 2012 23:52
Athletes take pride in fieldhouse (08-03-12) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JORDAN CRAVENS Sentinel Staff Writer   
Friday, 03 August 2012 08:49
Dave Shaffer, director of athletics in the gym inside the new Lake high school. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
MILLBURY - Since the June 2010 tornado tore apart Lake High School, even "home" games felt like away contests to some student-athletes. They had to practice and play down the road at Owens Community College.
But now, the Flyers are coming home.
"They made the most of it and Owens' generosity extends beyond words, but it's just nice to be home," said Lake Superintendent Jim Witt.
"Home" is a 2,000-seat Flyer Fieldhouse complete with arena style seating, a college-length court and a shiny, new hardwood floor.
"It's really motivating to see the look on their faces (student-athletes) when they come in," Witt said. "You can see their sense of pride.
"When they came in and had open gyms this summer, the looks on their faces were worth a million words."
Other features of the Flyer Fieldhouse, located just off the "runway" at the new high school, include: electronically-adjusted basketball hoops, a motorized flag and more balanced seating.
Banners, signs, scoreboards and the motorized flag were all paid for through donations.
The arena-style seating is spread out over four seats of bleachers.
Boys cross country capsules (08-17-12) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 17 August 2012 09:03
Coach: Pat Carney, second season.
2011 record: Third in the NLL.
Returning lettermen: Seniors Jared Kobylski., Travis Jex and Michael Jarrell, and sophomore Codie Garza.
Coach's quote: "The team is working great together.  Many open spots in the varsity positions will produce positive competition within the group that will help the team achieve its goals. The coaches are looking forward to seeing what this team is capable of this year. As always, we hope to be competitive in the top half of the NLL and advance the team through the post season as far as their efforts will take them."

Coach: Jeff Taylor, third season.
2011 record: Second in the NLL.
Returning lettermen: Seniors Bryant Byrd, Troy Maurer, Paul Dejong and Kyle Kramer; juniors Andrew Bayes, Parker Calvin and Bobby Borger; and sophomore Matt Studer.
Coach's quote: See related story.
Gottfried, Eastwood ready for playoff showdown with Hartley (11-10-11) PDF Print E-mail
Written by KEVIN GORDON Sentinel Assistant Sports Editor   
Thursday, 10 November 2011 10:27
Eastwood's Austin Gottfried (34) celebrates. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
LUCKEY - Austin Gottfried's first two seasons as a member of Eastwood's football team were spent on the sidelines, cheering on his friends and teammates.
He didn't play during his sophomore and junior seasons, the result of two surgeries to repair a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament in his right knee.
But Gottfried is healthy now as a senior and he's started every game at tight end.
The Eagles, 11-0 overall and ranked fourth in the state, face second-ranked and defending state champion Columbus Bishop Hartley (10-0) in a Division IV, Region 14 semifinal Saturday at Ashland Community Stadium.
"This year has been unbelievable," Gottfried said. "To have a year like this is just a great feeling, playing every Friday night, starting every game, being undefeated and everything else along with it."
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 November 2011 10:51
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