Wednesday, September 5, 2012
High Fives are the Top 5 performances by Westminster athletes during the previous week as selected by the Titan Sports Blogger.
#5 - Junior Aaron Sutton, Men's Cross Country - Sutton paced Westminster for a third-place finish on Saturday. Individually, Sutton finished second out of 56 runners with a time of 26:41 (just under a minute from the winner).
#4 - Sophomore Jenny Jones, Women's Cross Country - Jones placed fifth out of 75 runners with a time of 28:20.3. Jones guided the team to a third-place overall finish out of nine teams.
#3 - Junior Dak Britt, Football - Britt finished the game with 154 yards (14-for-25), two touchdowns, and an interception in his first game as the Titan quarterback and guided Westminster to a 28-0 victory over Hiram on Saturday. The Tiffin transfer also had a game-high 52 yards on the ground off eight carries.
#2 - Junior Tyler Banks, Football - Banks scored a career-high two touchdowns, all in the first quarter, as the Westminster football team opened the season with a 28-0 nonconference win over visiting Hiram Saturday night. Banks, who rushed 19 times for 50 yards, scored on a pair of 2-yard touchdown runs.
#1 - Freshman Krista Edwards, Women's Soccer - Edwards had an impressive game in her first collegiate game on Saturday as she had six shots (four on goal) and a game-high two goals which guided the Titans to a 4-0 shutout over Division II Salem International.
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