HSG Oberkochen/Königsbronn – TV Altenstedt II 31:17 (18:7)
HSG began the new district league season with a clear dwelling win. Building on a strong defence, the Hoga Army displayed a cohesive workforce efficiency. The blue and yellow had been initially fairly careless with their possibilities, so it was due to good protection from the start, together with goalkeeper David Stanke, that HSG didn’t lag behind.
After about ten minutes, the shooters had higher adjusted their sight and notably the counterattack was now achieved in a targeted method. Captain Richardon’s objective was sensible, as he fired a back-the-back counterattack into the internet over the head of the opposing goalkeeper. At 15:5 HSG’s lead was ten targets for the first time and it was 18:7 at the break.
After the break, the friends continued to behave harmlessly in the assault and didn’t trigger any main issues for HSG cowl. In the assault, it was primarily Tim Jashke who did nicely with some targets value watching from exterior. Hoga’s workforce took a 23:10 lead after 40 minutes. As a outcome, the coach would be capable to give all gamers play time and was additionally in a position to check out tactical variations. Goalkeeper Dominic Schweikert celebrates his district league debut. HSG: Stanke, Schweickert; Siegels (5), Richardon (5), Mack (5), Jaschke (4), Mrs. (3), Stehle (2), Blacksmith (2), Witek (1), Farian (1), Lump (1), Hugh (1), Eckhart (1)
HSB – TSV Henningen II 21:31 (13:17)
In the first dwelling recreation of the season, HSB met the title’s favourite #1, TSV Henningen II. Heidenheim needed to do with out three common gamers (Marcel Haug, Ollie Eugl and Flo Bieble) and this impediment was clear from the start. In the assault, the hosts didn’t handle to supply sufficient momentum to the friends’ compact 6–0 protection and therefore didn’t get any good throwing alternatives. Only when the rating was 0:4 did Konstantin Rendl rating the first HSB objective. The finest Heidenheimer, some good protection by goalkeeper Marcus Bosch, introduced HSB the higher of the recreation, the rating at the break being 13:17.
TSV instantly adopted go well with in the second half, even with a 6:3 majority, Heidenheim might only use one objective. A preliminary choice was made after 53 minutes at 20:27. A-young Adam Agosten, now on the area, confirmed some good work on his first-team debut, and younger goalkeeper Benedict Mack additionally reassured with a sturdy save. Nevertheless, Henningen introduced the recreation dwelling safely with a 21:31.
HSB: Bosch, Mack, Walezki (1), Bauer (3), Ok. Rendl (4), Stegmeier (3), Maresh, Kascha, Agosten, Uhl (4), Gschler, Hugh (6/4), S. rendle
TSG Giengen – SG Cake/Gingen 25:36 (11:15)
Promoted GenGen suffered a clear defeat on their debut in the District League. TSG managed to steadiness the first half evenly. It was 4:5 in the tenth minute and the hosts had been as much as 11:12 about 5 minutes earlier than the break. Then SG Cake/Gingen scored three extra targets after which retreated in the second half. Despite Jannik Bermünder’s 9 targets, Gengen suffered a large 25:36 defeat
Giengen: Daumann, Geier (2), Brecht, Grotten (3), Yatkin (1), Birmunder (9), Fischer, Danger Gebhardt (4), Schellenberger, Bauer (4), Buchani (2), Gebhardt
SG Hofen/Hüttlingen II – TV Steinheim II 33:30 (17:13)
In a duel between the different groups, Steinheim needed to settle for a slender defeat. The hosts went forward from the start and had been forward at 17:13 at the break. However, TVS retaliated and Manuel Gebhardt leveled at 27:27 in the 54th minute. But the last leg belonged to the hosts and so coach Gerd Mühlberger’s workforce misplaced 30:33.
TVS II: Negro, Lyble (2), Herbrick (2/1), Zeger (4), Wittlinger, Group (5), Kolb (3/3), Verator (1), Eisele, Gebhard (6), Farian, Hungerbuehler (5/4), Schrom (2)