Sports Briefs: 10-21


Eastwood-PH tickets on sale
LUCKEY – Eastwood is selling tickets for Friday night’s home football game against Patrick Henry.
The tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students, and will be available in the high school office during
school hours until 2:30 p.m. Friday.
Three county teams in computer football rankings
COLUMBUS – Perrysburg, Eastwood and Northwood are each in the top 10 of their respective region’s
computer football rankings this week.
The top eight teams in each region advance to the state playoffs.
In Division I, Region 2, Perrysburg is ranked eighth.
In Division IV, Region 14, Eastwood is ranked eighth.
In Division V, Region 18, Northwood is ranked eighth.
The rankings can be found on page 15 today.
BG women’s golf take second
DAYTON – The Bowling Green State University women’s golf team finished tied for second at the 10-team
University of Dayton Fall Invitational Tuesday.
The Falcons shot a two-day total of 645, tied with Detroit Mercy. Cincinnati won the tournament with a
score of 624.
Results for the Falcons were: Lauren Glew, tied for ninth, 160; Hannah lambert, tied for 13th, 161;
Susannah Grunden, tied for 18th, 162; Paula DiFrancesco, tied for 20th, 163; and Megan Gormley, tied for
23rd, 165.
BG men’s golf third at Dayton
DAYTON – The BGSU men’s golf team finished third out of 17 teams at the Dayton Flyer Invitational.
The Falcons finished the two-day tournament on Monday with a 36-hole total of 604. Ball State was first
at 596 and Toledo was second at 6011.
Drew Preston led BG, finishing tied for fifth overall with an 36-hole score of 149. Other results for BG
were: Matt Schneider and Wes Gates, tied for 16th, 151 each; John Powers, tied fro 29th, 154; and Parker
Hewit, tied for 50th, 157. Powers is a Bowling Green High School graduate.
Special ticket offer for BGSU hockey game
All fans showing a ticket stub from the BGSU-Central Michigan football game from earlier in the day will
receive a general admission ticket for $5 to the BG-Providence hockey game Saturday night.
Doors at the Arena will open at 6, with the opening faceoff at 7:05.
Owens volleyball to host ‘Volley for the Cure’
The Owens Community College volleyball program is encouraging area residents to help in supporting Susan
G. Komen for the Cure and the organization’s efforts in the fight against breast cancer by making a
donation during the Express’ home match against Lorain County Community College on Oct. 28. The match
begins at 6 p.m.
Admission to the match is $3 per person ($1 for Owens students) with all the proceeds benefiting the
Susan G. Komen for the Cure initiative.
Additionally, each attendee’s entrance ticket will serve as a raffle ticket for the chance to win the
evening’s pink game ball signed by the Express volleyball team. The match will take place in the
College’s Student Health and Activities Center Oregon Road in Perrysburg.

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