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Kenston 7 ~ SVSM 52

November 8, 2013 @ SVSM

chris-berger-2675-tnThanks for the stats Chris!

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Kenston 0 0 0 7 7
SVSM 14 28 7 3 52



Team Q-number: Time What Happened
SVSM Q1; 8:02 Campbell 18 yard run; kick failed
SMSM Q1; 5:41 Hurd 28 yard pass to Campbell; Moran 2 pt. conversion run
SVSM Q2; 7:12 Lockett 8 yard run; Cunningham kick
SVSM Q2; 5:20 Bischoff 98 yard interception return; Cunningham kick
SVSM Q2; 2:39 Campbell 6 yard run; Cunningham kick
SVSM Q2; 1:44 Perella 24 yard interception return; Cunningham kick
SVSM Q3; 8:54 Campbell 4 yard run; Demboski kick
SVSM Q3; 1:48 Demboski 22 yard field goal
K Q4; 3:34 Velasco 33 yard run; Deuley kick


Team Statistics

Kenston SVSM
First Downs 9 (3 rush, 4 pass, 2 penalty) 12 (10 rush, 2 pass, 0 penalty)
Rushing yards 92 240
Passing yards 73 83
Total yards 165 323
Att-Comp-Int 27-13-4 12-6-0
Fumbles-lost 1-1 2-0
Penalties-yards 3-26 8-77
Total offensive plays 58 54
Passing plays 27 12
Running plays 29 42


Individual Statistics


Attempts Yds Avg. Long TD
Jake Silbermann 5 7 1.4 6 0
Velasco 19 87 4.6 33 1
Weninger 1 0 0.0 0 0
Gdula 4 -2 -0.5 3 0



Receptions Yds Avg. Long TD
Weninger 5 16 3.2 6 0
Bindernagel 4 43 10.8 33 0
Barbarotta 2 11 5.5 8 0
Silbermann 2 3 1.5 3 0

Kenston tight end Ryan Miller commits to Indiana Hoosiers

Published in The News-Herald
June 30, 2021
John Kampf

Kenston tight end Ryan Miller is going to be an Indiana Hoosier.

That news can be attributed to the “Tom Allen Effect.”

The 6-foot-6, 215-pound rising senior at Kenston announced his verbal commitment to Coach Tom Allen’s Hoosiers on June 29, ending a recruiting battle among 15 schools that offered scholarships to the tall and athletic playmaker from Kenston.

The ascension of Allen’s program is a big reason why Miller his headed to Indiana.

“That has a lot to do with it, especially after last year,” Miller said. “All the big wins and even a close one against Ohio State. Coach Allen is an amazing coach and person. I can’t wait to play for him.”

Allen was named the Big Ten coach of the year and the AFCA national coach of the year last year after leading the Hoosiers to a 6-2 record and a berth in the Outback Bowl.

The previous year, the Hoosiers were 8-5 and played in the Gator Bowl.

“Indiana’s been in the lead for a while,” Miller said of his list of favorites. “I took a West Virginia visit last week and it made me think a little, but it came down to Indiana. When I went to Indiana for my official visit, it just felt like home there.”

Miller is ranked a three-star prospect by both 247sports and Rivals.com. He’s listed as the 19th-best prospect in Ohio for the Class of 2022 by Rivals and No. 26 in the state by 247.

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