Handball, Oberliga: HSG Konstanz II – TSG Söflingen 36:27 (18:16). – Some observers could have rubbed their eyes in amazement: HSG Konstanz II took on TSG Söflingen, who had been relegated from the third division, and took 212 followers to their home floor in a formidable 36:27 (18:10) win. With a rating of 4:0, the staff climbed to the highest of the Oberliga desk.
Great image after a huge preseason shakeup. From the primary minute, HSG’s abilities sparkled with playfulness and enthusiasm. There was a sizzling and attacking protection on the again, so goalkeeper Constantin Pauli pulled the gang out of their seats and supplied help to his teammates with security and nice pace handball. The 19-year-old made 20 saves, together with three penalties, in opposition to the seasoned Third Division membership final yr.
In assault, the yellow-blues placed on the ground was additionally spectacular. Felix Fehrenbach was despatched on the counterattacks, Finn Osann and Sven Iberl bit their opponents one-on-one, Jens Koster scored from nearly inconceivable positions within the circle, and Jonas Hadlich was the boss of the staff. Until he hit his head laborious on the ground after a foul and had to get replaced. He was changed by Benjamin Shweda, who meant to turn into a coach.
In one phrase: It was the day when every little thing began. After the break (18:16) all obstacles had been damaged. Hadlich rating 21:16 (thirty fourth). Not lengthy after, Soflingen went goalless for ten minutes. After 43 minutes it was 28:18. “We performed rather well,” Baricelli mentioned. “I like the way in which the boys play protection and reward one another for their work. They realized there is not any stress on them, they simply should play.” (Yes)
HSG Constance II: Pauley, Moses (aim); Schweda (3), Fehrenbach (7), Heitvogt (1), Osann (7), Mack (1), Koch (1), Iberl (5), Herbel (4/1), Ulmer, Koester (3), Koble , Hadlich (4), Gleums. – Z: 212
Bankruptcy of TuS Steißlingen
TSV Blaustein – TuS Steißlingen 40:29 (17:15). – Blaustein, which was relegated to the third division, began the sport properly. Five minutes later, TSV took a 4-1 lead. TuS was nervous and made some errors. At 7:3 (12), the Hegau staff needed to go to the primary time-out. It did not take impact till 11:6. But then Steißlingers ran 5:1 till 11:12. This was primarily attributable to TuS discovering the sport higher defensively and now altering their probabilities. TSV had been very nervous on the finish of the primary half and allowed the guests’ preventing sport to fret. At 17:15 it was a balanced sport till getting into the dressing room.
After the break, TuS upset the favorites till 20:18. But then TSV returned to their former playful energy. Hegauer had no extra assets within the assault. More importantly, the multiplayer was once more a main downside. TSV went on counter assault after counter assault to drag again to 26:19. Especially Patrick Rapp scored twelve targets. Even the final timeout at 34:24 didn’t convey the anticipated outcome. In the tip, Blaustein confirmed his class and overturned TuS, who had been doing properly for nearly 40 minutes. Too little in opposition to a high staff. (he)
TuS Steißlingen: Sick (5), M. Mayer (5), Schmidt (4), Wilder (3), Storz (3), Weber (2), Martin (2), Eschner (2), Bartels (2), F. Mayer (1), Walter, Seeger, Klotz, Bummel. – Z: 400