The regional handball league is not off to a good begin: only HSG Oberkochen/Königsbronn is holding the banner of the Heidenheim district excessive.


HSG Oberkochen/Königsbronn – TV Altenstadt II 31:17 (18:7)
HSG began the new district league season with an emphatic win at residence. Hoga’s group, based mostly on sturdy protection, confirmed a cohesive group efficiency. The blue and yellow regarded detached to their probabilities early on and thanks to some good defending from the begin, together with goalkeeper David Stanke, HSG have been not far behind.

After about ten minutes, the shooters adjusted their method higher, particularly the counter-attacks have been completed in a concentrated method. Captain Richardon’s aim was spectacular as he headed a counter assault over the head of the opposition keeper and into the web. At 15:5 HSG scored ten targets for the first time and it was 18:7 at the break.

After the break, the guests continued to be innocent in assault and did not trigger too many issues for the HSG cowl. In assault, it was primarily Tim Jaschke who carried out properly with a couple of targets that have been value watching from the exterior. Hoga’s group took the lead after 40 minutes till 23:10. As a consequence, coach Hoga gave all gamers taking part in time and likewise examined tactical choices. Goalkeeper Dominik Schweikert celebrated his debut in the district league. HSG: Stanke, Schweikert; Siegels (5), Richardon (5), Mack (5), Jaschke (4), Mize (3), Steele (2), Blacksmith (2), Wittek (1), Farion (1), Lump (1), Hug (1), Eckhardt (1)

HSB – TSV Heiningen II 21:31 (13:17)
In the first residence recreation of the season, HSB confronted #1 title favorites, TSV Heiningen II. Heidenheim have been with out three regulars (Marcel Hoog, Oli Aigle and Flo Bible) and this drawback was evident from the begin. Offensively, the residence group was unable to transfer the guests’ compact protection sufficient with a rating of 6-0, so there have been no good capturing alternatives. Only when the rating was 0:4, Konstantin Rendle scored HSB’s aim. Best Heidenheimer, good saves by goalie Markus Bosch introduced HSB again into the recreation, 13:17 at halftime.


HSG Oberkochen/Königsbronn remain unbeaten




TSV instantly adopted in the second half, even with a 6: 3 majority, Heidenheim might only use one aim. After 53 minutes at 20:27, a preliminary determination was made. Adam Agoston, now on the discipline, confirmed good strikes in his debut in the important group, and younger goalkeeper Benedict Mack additionally satisfied with sturdy saves. Nevertheless, Heiningen introduced the recreation safely residence with a rating of 21:31.
HSB: Bosch, Mak, Walecki (1), Baur (3), Ok. Rendle (4), Stegmeier (3), Maresh, Kasha, Agoston, Uhl (4), Gaschler, Hug (6/4), S. Randle

TSG Giengen – SG Cake/Gingen 25:36 (11:15)
Promoted Giengen suffered an emphatic defeat on their debut in the district league. TSG managed to have a fair first half. In the tenth minute, the rating was 4:5, and 5 minutes earlier than the break, the hosts reached 11:12. SG Cake/Gingen then bounced again in the second half with three extra targets. Despite Yannick Bermünder’s 9 targets, Giengen suffered a heavy defeat 25:36
Giengen: Daumann, Geyer (2), Brachert, Grotchen (3), Yatkin (1), Bermünder (9), Fischer, Danzer Gebhardt (4), Shellenberger, Bauer (4), Bukani (2), Gebhardt

SG Hofen/Hüttlingen II – TV Steinheim II 33:30 (17:13)
In the combat between the second groups, Steinheim had to settle for a slim defeat. The residence group led from the begin and took a 17-13 lead at halftime. However, TVS continued to problem the opponent and in the 54th minute Manuel Gebhard equalized the rating at 27:27. But as the ultimate interval belonged to the residence group, coach Gerd Mühlberger’s group misplaced 30:33.
TVS II: Nigro, Laible (2), Herbrik (2/1), Zeger (4), Wittlinger, Group (5), Kolb (3/3), Weireter (1), Eisele, Gebhard (6), Pharion, Hungerbühler (5/4), Schrom (2)

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