Wolves Win First Home Game

It was a big weekend for West Clermont, as it was homecoming weekend for the Wolves, and another weekend for a win. The home team defeated the Loveland Tigers in a conference game, in overtime by a score of 10-7, getting the results they were looking for. This was the Wolves first win in their own den. West Clermont’s touchdown was scored by their quarterback, Hunter Eads in a quarterback sneak. They were able to pull out a win the last time these teams went head to head as well. Their record now stands at 3-3, while Loveland’s defeat drops them to 1-5.

West Clermont was favored to win this game, so it was important that they defended their den. Coming in off of a win against Walnut Hills, they were looking for another big one. Meanwhile, Loveland was coming into this game off of a 71-21 loss against the Milford Eagles. Up next the Tigers will take on the Turpin Spartans, whom West Clermont was defeated by in the previous weeks 19-16. The score at the end of the game stood at 7-7, so the two teams went into overtime and West Clermont was able to come out on top when kicker Cameron Null made a field goal to put the score at 10-7, which in turn gave the Tigers a chance to score. West Clermont was able to stop them from scoring, forcing them to kick a field goal on the fourth down, that was just not good enough to tie the game again. The West Clermont varsity team has a home conference game versus their big rival, the Anderson Redskins this Friday, October 5th at West Clermont High school.

So far this season, Wolves running back Ryan Cann has had 549 rushing yards and 140 receiving yards in a total of 6 games. Followed behind him is running back Chayce Gambrell with 307 rushing yards and 50 receiving yards. On the defensive side, Joe Wahl, leads in sacks with 3.5 and followed behind him is Ben Berger with 2.5. Quarterback Hunter Eads leads the team with touchdowns, scoring 3 touchdowns and a total of 18 points. Again, close behind him is Ryan Cann with two touchdowns and 12 points.

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