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Wooding making lots of history at Oberlin

OBERLIN — To say that Von Wooding has had an impressive collegiate career might be selling the former Linsly Cadet a bit short.

Wooding, who is a senior for the Yeoman football program, is etching his name into Oberlin history from his linebacker position.

During last Saturday’s 38-3 loss to Wabash, Wooding became the second-leading tackler in Oberlin history. In the game, Wooding recorded 13 tackles, raising his career total to 296. He’s now 416 behind the all-time leader.

Also during the game, Wooding, who is a team captain for the Yeoman, had a forced fumble and a tackle for loss.

Wooding and Oberlin are back on the field this week in search of their second win in eight tries when they visit Wittenberg.

Here’s a look at other Ohio Valley products:

DIVISION I

FBS

COLTON MCKIVITZ, West Virginia — Union Local graduate and his teammates had their second open week of the season and played last night at Baylor.

AUSTIN DORRIS, Bowling Green — Shadyside graduate started once again for the Falcons at tight end. He will be recognized this week against Akron during BGSU senior day activities.

CHUCKWUDI CHUCKWU, Ohio — Linsly graduate appeared in last week’s win at Ball State.

MANDELLA LAWRENCE-BURKE, Kent State — Steubenville graduate recorded 10 tackles, including a sack during last week loss to Miami of Ohio.

FCS

ELIJAH BELL, North Carolina A&T — Wheeling Park graduate caught five passes for 94 yards and scored twice in the Aggies’ victory against Howard.

MAALIK RICHMOND, Youngstown State — Steubenville graduate posted three tackles and forced a fumble in the Penguins’ win over Western Illinois.

DIVISION II

MATT BARBOUR, Ohio Dominican — Martins Ferry graduate played in last week’s victory against Walsh.

COLE SKAGGS, West Virginia Wesleyan — St. Clairsville grad had two tackles, including a 12-yard sack in last week’s loss to West Virginia State.

GEREMY PAIGE, California, Pa. — Wheeling Park grad posted three tackles in last week’s victory against Mercyhurst.

NATE PHILLIPS, West Liberty — Wheeling Park product played in last week’s loss to Fairmont.

SAVION JOHNSON, West Liberty — Wheeling Park product carried once in last week’s loss.

JACK DAVIS, West Liberty — Martins Ferry graduate had a tackle for loss in last week’s loss.

CODY ENRIETTI, West Liberty — Weir High graduate posted two tackles in last week’s loss.

CLAY MCDONALD, West Liberty — Wheeling Park grad had 10 tackles, including a sack and a quarterback hurry during the Hilltoppers loss last week.

KOTY HUDSON, West Liberty — Brooke product posted seven tackles from his defensive back spot last week for the Hilltoppers.

THOMAS COLE, West Liberty — Brooke High product continued his fine season with six catches for 43 yards in the Hilltoppers loss.

CODY RINE, West Liberty — Brooke product started once again at nose tackle.

KYLE RITZ, West Liberty — Magnolia grad posted a tackle in last week’s loss.

CHANCE RUCKER, West Liberty — Caldwell graduate played along the offensive line for West Liberty last week

TYLER ELY, West Liberty — Steubenville graduate started along the offensive line last week.

ZACK MEADE, West Liberty — Freshman from Barnesville appeared in last week’s game against Fairmont State.

RYAN LAFOLLETTE, Wheeling — Monroe Central grad continued his brilliant season with the Cardinals, catching eight passes for 83 yards.

JACK FITCH, Wheeling — Martins Ferry graduate appeared in last week’s game, once again serving as the Cardinals holder.

JAKE KEENAN, Wheeling — Toronto graduate caught 3 passes for 16 yards last week in a loss to Frostburg State.

MATT GREENWOOD, Wheeling — St. Clairsville graduate punted six times for an average of 36.5 yards and dropped three of those inside the 20 thanks to a 36.5 yard average. He also kicked off three times for a 51.3 yard average and

ZACH EKEY, Wheeling — Steubenville graduate played along the offensive line for Cardinals.

BRADY KOLB, Wheeling — St. Clairscville product appeared in last week’s game.

KEONTE HOLMES, Wheeling — Steubenville alumnus played in last week’s loss to Frosburg.

JOHNNY AGRESTA, Walsh — Steubenville graduate was charted for five tackles and a pass break up in a loss at Ohio Dominican last week.

ALIJAH DEMITRAS, Walsh — Steubenville product started along the offensive line for the Cavaliers in their loss to ODU.

DIVISION III

CHRISTIAN WITCHEY, St. Vincent’s — St. Clairsville graduate punted five times for a 34.6 yard average and had a long of 48 yards in last week’s win at Waynesburg.

DREW LOWERY, Muskingum — Buckeye Trail graduate finished with 2 tackles and broke up a pass in last week’s loss at Otterbein.

LUKE MENGES, Waynesburg — Union Local graduate posted seven tackles and broke up two passes in the Jackets’ loss to St. Vincent.

LUCAS DONLEY, Waynesburg — Union Local grad finished with one tackle in the loss to St. Vincent last week.

CHASE ESPEN, Waynesburg — St. Clairsville graduate started along the offensive line at right tackle for the Jackets once again in their loss to St. Vincent.

GAGE GIOVENGO, Marietta — Linsly School product caught 3 passes for 28 yards in a loss to John Carroll last week.

TANNER CLARK, Marietta — Caldwell grad rushed 19 times for 39 yards and caught five passes for 22 yards.

VIC GIOVENGO, Marietta — Linsly School grad finished with nine tackles in last week’s loss.

TROY PONTIUS, Marietta — Buckeye Trail grad posted one tackle for loss in the loss to John Carroll.

BOONE JONES, Marietta — Appeared in last week’s loss to JCU.

LUKE WATT, Marietta — True freshman from St. Clairsville played in last week’s game.

MAX TICE, Marietta — Toronto graduate registered a tackle in last week’s game.

SETH CADE, Marietta — Edison product appeared in last week’s game.

COLE GRIFFIN, John Carroll — Linsly product posted three tackles in a win over Marietta last week.

IAN PHILLIPS, Washington & Jefferson — Steubenville grad was 1-of-2 on PATs in a loss to Westminster last week.

CROSS COUNTRY

HANNAH KEMP, West Liberty — Union Local grad continued her brilliant rookie season with the Hilltoppers by finishing second overall in a time of 23:33. Her performance earned her first-team all-MEC.

MEGAN BATEMAN, California, Pa. — Union Local graduate finished 41st overall in the PSAC championship meet last weekend, running a 24:10.

SHAYE BECKETT, California, Pa. — Bellaire graduate was 64th overall in the conference meet with a time of 24:42.

JACOB BISHOP, Alabama-Huntsville — Martins Ferry product finished 24th overall for the Chargers men in the Gulf South Conference Championship meet, which his team prevailed in. Bishop was the seventh Alabama-Huntsville runner to finish.

JUSTIN GEERY, Wheeling — Martins Ferry graduate was second on the Cardinals and 35th overall in 30:03.

JORDAN DELANEY, Wheeling — Magnolia grad earned first-team all-MEC honors by finishing ninth last week in the conference meet with a time of 24:46.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

ALYSSA OTTO, Mercyhurst — St. Clairsville product recorded an assist in the Lakers 2-0 victory against Pitt-Johnstown last week. Against Seton Hill, on Wednesday, she recorded two goals on just as many shots on goal.

VOLLEYBALL

SIDNEY SNYDER, Bethany — Steubenville grad recorded five kills, two digs and six points in the Bison victory over Chatham last week.

Staskey can be reached via email at sstaskey@timesleaderonline.com or at twitter.com/TLSportsSeth

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