Loveland begins conference play Tonight at Glen Este

Loveland Junior linebacker Calvin Whitaker stops Oak Hills QB Jacob Woycke short of reaching a first down

In a game dominated by Loveland Junior Luke Waddell, the Loveland Tigers beat non-conference foe Oak Hills, 45-14. This was a bounce-back game for the Tigers after being beaten 50-21 by Lebanon in the two-day,  Loveland Homecoming.

Oak Hills had 3 more first downs and totaled 471 yards vs. Loveland’s 528, but amazed 7 turnovers and penalized 60 yards vs. Loveland’s 15.

Waddell rushed for 383, a new school, single game record, and scored 5 times. He ran touchdowns of 74, 60, 55, 48, and 48. Trevor Gajus also scored on a 5-yard run.


Loveland Junior running back Ryan Bagnoli throws a stiff-arm at the Oak Hills defender. Bagnoli racked-up 69 yards rushing on nine carries with a long of 39 yards


Ryan Bagnoli ran for 69, Trevor Gajus ran for 42, and Rudy Grant added 32 to Loveland’s total of 495 rushing yards. Drew pit was 5 of 8 passing to add 33 yards to Loveland’s total offense however was -31 on the ground. Riley Boucher was a perfect 6/6 extra point kicking and added a 30 yard field goal.

Read full stats HERE

Loveland (1-2) begins conference play on Friday at Glen Este (3-0). The Trojans have wins over Amelia (63-20), Winton Woods (39-33), and Mount Healthy (48-47). They are led by Senior quarterback Tyler Pilcher, who leads the conference with 637 passing yards and Senior running back Robby Boone, second in the conference behind Waddell with 519 rushing yards. Trojan wide receiver Jacob Hamilton leads the conference with 279 yards. Loveland’s Waddell is second in the conference in receiving yards with 250.

Tiger Ryan Batsch leads the conference with 3 interceptions.

Loveland edges Glen Este by one point in offensive output, 1,301 vs. 1,300 yards.




How to get to Glen Este High School at 4342 Glen Este-Withamsville Rd.

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