By DAVE HANNEMANSTAFF WRITEROwen Morse was giving credit to big guys Friday, singular and plural. “If not for God, I wouldn’t have been able to do any of this. He’s the one who helped through all the injuries and stuff,” Morse said, mentioning the Big Guy upstairs first. But he wasn’t forgetting the big guys a little closer to home, either. “Oh my goodness, the big guys up front do all the work,” Morse said of Findlay’s veteran offensive line.
FINDLAY HIGH SCHOOL quarterback Tanner Rickle (12) stiff-arms Toledo Start’s Keion DeValt (11) during a game earlier this season. The Trojans can go to 2-0 in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference with a win over Toledo St. Francis Friday night at Donnell Stadium. (Photo by Matthias Leguire)By DAVE HANNEMANSTAFF WRITERIt’s homecoming week at Findlay High and the Trojans welcome Toledo St. Francis to town for a Three Rivers Athletic Conference matchup. Here’s the rundown.
Findlay’s Taylor Miles, right, and Toledo St. Francis’ Jacob Oberski try to get control of the ball during Tuesday’s Three Rivers Athletic Conference match at Elmer Graham Stadium. (Photo by Kent Tarbox.) By DAVE HANNEMANSTAFF WRITERWhen it comes to soccer, Toledo St. Francis thrives on things like offensive pressure and opportunity. Late in Tuesday’s pivotal Three Rivers Athletic Conference match with Findlay, that style of play paid off.
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