Sports Roundup: Week 4

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Sports Roundup for September 20-27

The JV baseball team had a couple of tough battles this weekend at home and away to Concordia but finished off the week strong on Wednesday with a 9th inning win to Lourdes. Three of the four contests this weekend were decided by one run and the other one ended in a 6-0 loss. The excitement came on Wednesday when the Saints rallied in the 9th on the road to come back and win. They were down 4-6 approaching the 9th and shortly tied it up. Dan Gallatin hit a base hit down the line that scored two points to put the Saints on top leading to the victory. The Saints have an overall record of 6-3-1 and will play four contests against the University of Northern Ohio this weekend.


The Saints traveled to Illinois to take on St. Francis to extend their winning streak to 4-0 with a 37-28 victory. The offense appeared to be the focal point this week as the offense totaled 529 yards, with 308 gathered in the ground game. Jared Jordan can be credited with three of the touchdowns in the ground game. Ball security was relevant this game with one turnover committed by St. Francis. The Saints are approaching a bye week but following after the bye, is the homecoming game against Taylor Indiana.

Men’s Soccer

The soccer team had a fairly good week of games with a 2-2 tie in double overtime against Cleary and a 2-1 win over Rochester. In the Cleary game, Arthur Aires scored his first goal as a member of the Saints and Matt Lentine scored his second of the season. Leo Hisamatsu had a solid game in goals accounting for seven goals in the contest. In the win against Rochester, Chris Ornelas and Brayden Stephan both scored a goal in the game with Andrew Kozan having five saves. The Saints are now 4-4-1 on the season and will travel to Madonna.

Women’s Soccer

The Saints had two huge shutout victories with a 10-0 victory over Rochester and a 6-0 win over Cleary. Julia Stancato accounted for two of the goals against Cleary while Gordon, Romero, Rachut and Herden also had one to their stat lines. Kara Bishop has another shutout to add. The Saints also had a massive win over Rochester with Taylor Mulder scoring all three of her goals in a matter of a minute and ten seconds. Rachut and Strong were both credited with two goals and Eastman, Pena and Romero both had one. Sophia Lentz got the win in goal also getting a shutout to add to her stat line. The Saints will travel to Madonna to continue the win streak and become 10-0.


The men’s and women’s bowling team started off the season at the Rochester Warrior Fall Classic. The men’s finished 3rd with a pin count of 6744, while the ladies finished 4th with a pin count of 6050. The top finishers for the men were Mitchell Rusinek with 835 pins being good enough for 5th place. Ryan Reid finished 14 pins behind Mitchell rewarding him 6th individually and Travis Marcus in 8th with an 812 pin count. The ladies top performers were KaCee Costello finishing 11th with 745 pins and Tarishia Townsend getting 17th with 711 pins.


The Saints encountered a tough lose to Lourdes to start off the week but finished strong by winning two contests against Concordia and Northwestern Ohio. In the 3-2 loss to Lourdes you can’t look at this as a negative as Carrigan Gray had a season high of 49 assists and Felver and Tylutki both had double doubles. With Felver having 11 kills and 15 digs and Tylutki having 18 kill

s and 15 digs. In the 3-1 win over Concordia, the Saints had 16 blocks 82 digs and 7 aces through the contest. In the game against Northwestern Ohio the Saints won 3-1 Ashleigh Shay had a match leading nine blocks. Though the stats seemed fairly similar on both sides, the Saints were able to emerge on top and defeat the 14-3 Racers. The Saints are now 10-4.


The golf team competed in the WHAC Jamboree #2 over the weekend and finished 7th of 11 competing schools. Aaron Bitz led the Saints in the team standings with 153 strokes over the two days awarding him 18th as an individual. Nate Hamilton shot well on day 2 of the tournament with a 77, which brought his total to 155 strokes over the contest. He tied for 24th and his score did not contribute to the teams overall performance seeing he entered in the individual play. The next tournament the Saints will encounter will be held the 27th and 28th of September which is the WHAC Jamboree.

Information was gathered off the Siena Heights Athletic web site.

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