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Wildcats Improve To 3-3 By Blasting Shawnee 62-28

The Kenton Wildcats improved to 3-3 by defeating the Shawnee Indians 62-28 in Western Buckeye League football action Friday at Shawnee Stadium.

 

Trent Hites threw for 226 yards and 5 touchdowns and ran for a score for Kenton while Jaron Sharp added 272 yards and two touchdowns threw the air for the Cats. Sharp also rushed for a score as the Cats rolled up 543 yards of total offense.

 

Chris Deardorff caught 10 passes for 191 yards and 4 touchdowns for the Cats, who are 3-2 in the WBL. Hunter Moore caught 11 balls for 208 yards and 2 touchdowns while Cory Ludwig also caught a TD pass for the winners.

 

Grant Wheeler scored four touchdowns - 2 rushing and 2 receiving - for the Indians (1-5 overall, 1-4 WBL).

 

Moore was named the Ace Hardware Player of the Game.

 

The Wildcats are back in action on Friday when they travel to Ottawa-Glandorf to meet the state-ranked Titans. WKTN will carry the game live, with the pregame show starting at 6:40 p.m. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

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Week Six Scores

County

Kenton 62 vs. Shawnee 28 

 

Ada 27 vs. Crestview 26 - Thanks to our score spotter Holly Wilson

 

Hardin Nothern 18 vs. Ridgemont 6  - Thanks to our score spotter Ashley Cyrus

 

Cory-Rawson 29 vs. Riverdale 26 

 

Upper Scioto Valley 57 vs. Perry 20 

 

Western Buckeye League

St. Mary's 34 vs. Bath 0

 

Wapakoneta 42 vs. Celina 14 

 

Ottawa-Glandorf 41 vs. Defiance 6 

 

Elida 43 vs. Van Wert 0 

 

Area

Arlington 34 vs. Hopewell-Loudon 14 

 

Benjamin Logan 51 vs. Northwestern 6 

 

Mount Gilead 61 vs. Elgin 14

 

Pleasant 14 vs. North Union 0 

 

Seneca East 40 vs. Upper Sandusky 14 

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Forest Man Sentenced Recently in Common Pleas Court

A Forest man was sentenced recently in Hardin County Common Pleas Court.
 
According to the document from Prosecutor Brad Bailey's Office:
 
.Charles E. Cain was sentenced to a total of just over three years in prison on one count of operating a vehicle under the influence with a specification.
 
The case was heard by Judge Scott Barrett. 

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Real Men Wear Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a local resident is doing his part by wearing pink.
 
Jon Cross, President and CEO of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, said he is one of only 12 men in Lima and Kenton to be invited to participate in the Real Men Wear Pink campaign, "We're basically out raising funds in support of breast cancer awareness, and I certainly said yes to it for several reasons, but I said yes for the most important reason, I want to make sure the money that we raise can really help some of our friends locally."
 
For the complete discussion, tune in At Issue, Saturday morning at 7:35 on WKTN.

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Kenton Looking to Go 3 and 3 at Shawnee Tonight

The Kenton Wildcats try to make it back-to-back victories tonight when they travel to Shawnee. 
 
A win tonight for the Wildcats would give Kenton consecutive victory for the first time in 2016 and would bring their record to the .500 mark for the first time this season. Kenton is 2 and 3 overall, including 2 and 2 in the Western Buckeye League, and needs a victory over Shawnee this evening to build some momentum before facing a daunting October schedule.
 
The Indians are 1 and 4 overall, including 1 and 3 in the Western Buckeye League. Kenton has dominated the rivalry in recent years. The Cats have won seven straight against the Indians, with Shawnee's last victory over Kenton coming in 2008.
 
WKTN will have all the action live tonight from Shawnee Stadium in Lima. The pregame show will start at 6:40 p.m., with kickoff set for 7 p.m.
 
In other action tonight around the county, Hardin Northern travels to Ridgemont; Upper Scioto Valley visits Perry; Ada entertains Crestview; and Riverdale hosts Cory-Rawson.

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