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DATE OPP H/A W/L
8/10 Milton (S) H 6pm
8/13 Eaton (S) A 6pm
8/20 Versailles (S) H 6:30
8/27 New Bremen H 22-21
9/3 Bethel H 28-7
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TEAM CCC ALL
COVINGTON 9-0 10-0
ANSONIA 8-1 9-1
BETHEL 6-3 7-3
MIAMI EAST 6-3 6-4
TRI-COUNTY NORTH 6-3 6-4
BRADFORD 4-5 5-5
ARCANUM 3-6 3-7
TV SOUTH 2-7 2-8
MISSISSINAWA 1-8 1-9
NATIONAL TRAIL 0-9 0-10
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YEAR WIN LOSS TIE
2007 11 1 0
2008 9 3 0
2009 8 4 0
2010 11 1 0
2011 10 1 0
2012 12 1 0
2013 11 1 0
2014 6 5 0
2015 8 3 0
A DEFENSIVE WIN FOR THE BUCCS...
The Covington Buccaneer "D" was on top of its game by holding a high-powered Bethel offense in check en route to a 28-7 victory.
Dylan Owens and the Buccaneer defense held the high-powered Bethel offense in check.

SEPTEMBER 3, 2010 - COVINGTON
It wasn't a pretty offensive exhibition between Cross County Conference rivals Covington and Bethel on Friday, but the host Buccaneers managed to put together enough offensive success for a 28-7 victory.

"This was a great defensive win," said Covington coach Dave Miller. "Our defense played lights out."

Covington held Bethel to just 165 total yards in the contest, but 60 of those came on the Bees' lone scoring drive late in the fourth quarter - a drive that was concluded with a 24-yard touchdown pass from Jonathan Ellerbrook to Jeff Landis on a fourth-and-twenty play.

By then Covington had called off the dogs and sent in mostly junior varsity players.

"Our kids just flew to the ball (defensively)," Miller explained. "Bethel has a lot of very nice athletes, but we had all eleven guys flying to the ball. We also did a good job of wrapping up."

Covington opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 16-yard run by freshman A.J. Ouellette, his first varsity touchdown of his career.

But the Buccs couldn't take advantage of two more golden opportunities to put points on the board, one coming deep inside Bethel territory after a one-handed interception by sophomore linebacker Dylan Owens.

"Offensively, we just didn't execute the way we wanted too," Miller said. "They (Bethel) gave us some things that we didn't take advantage of."

Still, Covington controlled the line of scrimmage throughout the contest.

"We did a good job up front," Miller continued. "Things were there for us, but we didn't execute the way we needed too."

And Covington found itself in a dog fight heading into the second half until Ouellette gave the Buccs some breathing room with his second touchdown of the night - this time on a 19-yard run where he broke several tackles to get into the end zone.

The freshman led the Buccs in rushing with 59 yards on just eight carries.

Covington scored again later in the third quarter on a well executed drive resulted in a 9-yard touchdown strike from Isaiah Winston to Tyler Noffsinger.

Noffsinger then ended all doubt early in the fourth quarter with a 5-yard touchdown run.

"I'm pleased with the win and the way the kids competed," said Miller. "But we have more work to do. We have to shore up some penalties and execute better at the offensive end."

The Buccs improve to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the CCC.

Next week Covington travels to rival Bradford in an early season battle between unbeaten teams.

... 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH FINAL
BUCCS 7 0 14 7 28
BEES 0 0 0 7 7
SCORING SUMMARY:
1st Quarter:
COV: A.J. Ouellette 16-yd run (Steven Blei Kick)
2nd Quarter:
NONE
3rd Quarter:
COV: A.J. Ouellette 19-yd run (Steven Blei Kick)
COV: Tyler Noffsinger 9-yd pass from Isaiah Winston (Steven Blei Kick)
4th Quarter:
COV: Tyler Niffsinger 5-yd run (Steven Blei Kick)
BET: Jeff Landis 24-yd pass from Jonathan Ellerbrook (Brandon Garlough Kick)
TEAM STATISTICS:
COVINGTON BUCCANEERS BETHEL BEES
First Downs 14 First Downs 5
Rushing Yards 172 Rushing Yards 74
Passing Yards 71 Passing Yards 91
Total Offense 235 Total Offense 165
Total Plays -- Total Plays --
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 Fumbles/Lost 3-1
Penalties 6-50 Penalties 12-100
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS:
COVINGTON INDIVIDUAL STATS BETHEL BEES INDIVIDUAL STATS
RUSHING:
A.J. Oullette - 8-59-2TD
Cory Ely - 13-52-0TD
Tyler Noffsinger - 5-46-1TD
Isaiah Winston - 8-12-0TD
Bobby Alexander - 2-7-0TD
Alex Baskerville - 2-2-0TD
Troy Cron - 1-2-0TD
Jake Stewart - 1-(-2)-0TD
Kyler Deeter - 1-(-6)-0TD
Trent Tobias - 3-(-8)-0TD
RUSHING:
Jordan Holtvogt - 18-70-0TD
Ben Schwieterman - 5-9-0TD
James Pelphrey - 3-5-0TD
Brandon Garlough - 1-1-0TD
Jonathan Ellerbrook - 5-(-11)-0TD
PASSING:
Isaiah Winston - 5-8-71-1TD-0INT
Trent Tobias - 0-1-0-0TD-0INT
Tyler Noffsinger - 0-1-0-0TD-0INT
PASSING:
J. Ellerbrook - 4-16-75-1TD-2INT
Ben Schwieterman - 2-6-16-0TD-0INT
RECEIVING:
Tyler Noffsinger - 3-29-1TD
Troy Cron - 1-22-0TD
A.J. Ouellette - 1-20-0TD

Dylan Owens - 1INT
Corey Haines - 1INT

RECEIVING:
Jeff Landis - 4-70-1TD
Jordan Holtvogt - 2-15-0TD
Johnathan Tumey - 1-6-0TD
Freshman A.J. Ouellette celebrates with teammates Sam Christian #77, Dylan Owens #59 and Brian Olson #67 after his first high school touchdown.