Beginning defense of their 2016 Four Rivers Conference (FRC) football title, OHS hit the road for the third week in a row taking on St. James Tigers. Trailing for virtually the entire game, Owensville could not overcome three fumbles and an interception return for a touchdown before falling in their FRC opener 46-32 to St. James. “When we turn the ball over as much as we did tonight, it makes it difficult to win the ball game,” Long said.
Seeing a 6-4 lead disappear in the top of the seventh inning, OHS saw St. Clair send the game to extra innings. Trading runs with St. Clair in the eighth inning, Owensville got a walk-off RBI single from Kaylee Abney scoring Mackenzie Hoffman to escape with an 8-7 Four Rivers Conference (FRC) victory in nine innings the day after Labor Day. Pitching around a two-out single in the top of the first inning, Bunch’s Dutchgirls went to work at the plate in the bottom of the first from Memorial Field.
After a long bus ride down Interstate 55 into Tennessee, Candrl’s junior varsity Dutchgirls took their turn on the course. Recording the high finish of the meet for Owensville, freshman Katie Candrl placed 20th in 22:44.21. Following Candrl at or near the top 100 were Julianna Watkins (83rd, 25:03.30), Abby Koepke (91st, 25:10.77) and Macy McKinney (104th, 25:35.89). “Macy McKinney had a really good performance in her first JV (junior varsity) race of the year,” Candrl said.
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