Midway in the season, the Tippecanoe football team stands at 5-0.
The pigskin juggernaut continued Friday as the Red Devils hammered the undermanned Ben Logan squad to the tune of 69-0.
Senior quarterback Ben Hughes put together a career-best passing performance with four touchdown connections to Sean Ford, including tosses for 53 yards and 83 yards in the first half.
Hughes also connected with Ford for a 6-yard score in the second half. He also opened the scoring in the first quarter scoring strike of 12 yards to Jarett Wasson.
Junior quarterback Zack Blair also got into the scoring act by connecting on a 26-yard pass to Jacob Hall, who also rushed for three TDs.
Cameron Johnson also rushed for a 27-yard score in the opening half.
In the final quarter, sophomore Chris Garber tallied a 12-yard rushing TD to complete the scoring in the runaway win.
The Red Devils travel to Bellefontaine (3-2) on Friday to open play in the Kenton Trail Division of the Central Buckeye Conference.
The gridiron squad returns to Tipp Park on Friday, Oct. 11, to host Stebbins for the annual Homecoming game.
Turning to Tipp soccer, the news was a mixed bag on Saturday at Tipp Park against Indian Hill.
In the afternoon game, the girls topped the team from Cincinnati by a 3-2 margin, but the boys fell in the night game by the same 3-2 score.
McKenzie Logan, Jenna Zuzulo and Sarah Harmer tallied the Red Devil scores as the team improved to 9-0-3 for the season.
The girls travel to Tecumseh on Wednesday, Oct. 2 for a 7:15 p.m. game.
The boys, meanwhile, were led by Ryan Kagy's two goals but it was not enough as the Red Devils fell by a one goal margin. The squad stands to 8-3 for the season after losing its third non-league game of the season.
The boys host Tecumseh for a 7:15 p.m. game vs. Tecumseh.
Taking a look at the cross country team, kudos are in order for Tippecanoe's Saturday performance in the Miami County Invitational at Milton-Union.
The boys, sparked by Mitch Poynter's 16:23 in the 5K, finished in the runner-up spot as Troy took first by a slight 3-point margin.
Meantime, four girls placed in the top five as the Red Devils ran away with title by a large 34-point margin over runner-up Troy.
Allison Sinning took first place by posting a time of 18:40. Emily Brumfield (19:31), Brinna Price (19:54) and Emily Wolfe (20:06) all contributed to Tipp's county title.
Tippecanoe hosts its invitational on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 5 p.m.
The CBC championship is slated Saturday, Oct. 12, at 10 a.m.