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Wednesday, 23 October 2013 10:18
BG's Gallon out for season
Chris Gallon, a starting wide receiver for the Bowling Green State University Falcons, is out for the rest of the season, head coach Dave Clawson said Tuesday.
Gallon suffered a knee injury in BG's 21-20 loss at Mississippi State on Oct. 12.
A 6-foot-4, 223 pound, redshirt sophomore, Gallon emerged as the Falcons' No. 1 option last season leading the team with 54 receptions for 720 yards and six scores. His best game in 2012 was a Perry Stadium-record 213 receiving yards against Kent State. He had 10 receptions and two TDs in the KSU game. This season Gallon had 24 receptions for 232 yards and two TDs.
Jared Cohen, a 6-1, 189, redshirt junior, will start in Gallon's place. A junior college transfer who was redshirted last season, Cohen had career highs with five receptions for 51 yards filling in for Gallon in the Mississippi State game.

Williamson honored by WCHA
Bowling Green's Bryce Williamson is the Western Collegiate Hockey Association offensive player of the week.
The senior forward had three goals, three assists, 15 shots on goal and an on-ice rating of plus-3 as the Falcons went 2-0-1 last week.

BG men's soccer wins
DAYTON - An own goal in the second overtime gave the Bowling Green State University men's soccer team a 1-0 victory over Wright State University Tuesday. Michael Wiest made four saves for the Falcons, 5-6-4 overall.

BG men's golfers 10th
POWELLS POINT N.C. - The Bowling Green State University men's golf team finished 10th at the Outerbanks Invitational.
The Falcons shot a 281 Tuesday and finished with an 869 total. Virginia Commonwealth won the 18-team tournament with an 843.
BG's scorers were: Brett Rinker and Chris Melvin, tied for eighth, 211; Joe Cooper and Ryan Triller, tied for 60th, 225; and Jose Narro, tied for 63rd, 226.

County teams in computer poll
COLUMBUS - Four Wood County high schools are ranked in the state computer rankings this week. The top eight from each region qualify for the playoffs in Divisions II through VII.
The county schools ranked are:
• Division II, Perrysburg, sixth, 15.775;
• Division IV, Lake, seventh, 12.8;
• Division V, Eastwood, second, 15.225;
• Division VI, Northwood, eighth, 10.4375.
The regional rankings for Northwest Ohio are on page xx today.

Genoa picked to win girls title
Genoa was picked to win the Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball championship in a vote of the league coaches Tuesday.
The Comets received three first-place votes and 52 total points. Genoa was one of four teams in the conference to receive a first-place vote.
The complete poll was: 1) Genoa, three, 52; 2) Lake, two, 49; 3) Elmwood, two, 48; 4) Rossford, one, 43; 5) Otsego and Woodmore, 36 each; 7) Eastwood, 13; 8) Fostoria, 11.
Elmwood is the defending NBC champion.

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