The Hiram College STUNT team improved their 2019 record to 5-5 with a pair of wins at Tiffin University on Sunday afternoon.
Hiram first fell to Alma College before defeating both Purdue University and the host Dragons. The Terriers defeated the Boilermakers, 8-3, before taking down Tiffin, 13-3.
In their second matchup of the day, the Terriers grabbed a solid victory over Purdue University, 8-3.
Hiram grabbed the first two points of the opening quarter (partner stunts), taking the win in both routine one and two to lead 2-1 after one.
In the pyramids and tosses quarter, Purdue came back to tie the score by taking the first routine. The Terriers forfeited the next routine, as the Boilermakers called routine four. Purdue was unable to grab the point, however, and the score remained tied with Hiram gaining possession.
The Terriers went with routine one for the final stunt of the half, grabbing the point and taking a 3-2 into the break.
As the team trailing gets to call the opening stunt of each quarter, Purdue once again attempted stunt four in the third quarter. Hiram once again forfeited to gain possession and the Boilermakers were unable to capitalize, missing the point.
With possession, Hiram snagged the next two points, besting Purdue with both routines one and two, to take a 5-2 lead into the final quarter.
In the final frame, the Boilermakers called routine five and neither team would claim a point. Hiram would then take possession for the final team routine and take a 3-1 advantage to round out the win, 8-3.
In their final matchup of the day, the Terriers took on the host Dragons and defeated them for the second time this season.
Hiram missed just two points throughout the entirety of the matchup, racing out to a 3-0 lead in the opening quarter.
The Terriers grabbed a pair of points in the pyramids and tosses quarter, snagging a win in both routines one and two, while shutting out the Dragons to hold a 5-0 lead at the break.
Out of the half, the two sides played to a stalemate in the third quarter, with Tiffin winning the first routine and Hiram the second. The two squads would then each get a point with the third routine and Hiram held a 7-2 lead after three.
This match once again saw Hiram dominated the team routine as the Terriers outscored the Dragons 6-1 to take the 13-3 victory and improve to .500 on the season.
Hiram will conclude their inaugural season on March 15 as they return home to take on Tiffin and Concordia-Ann Arbor. Action is scheduled to begin at 12:00 p.m.