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Prep Schedule and Updates: 12-03-12

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Midland Athletic League

Lakota 97, Bettsville 6

Other NW Ohio Games

Delta at Toledo Christian

Fayette 49, Sand Creek, Mich. 32

Hicksville 48, Montpelier 36

Holgate 52, North Baltimore 27

Wayside Christian 46, Heritage Christian 34

 

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

Monday’s Results

Three Rivers Athletic Conference

Tol. Cent. Catholic 69, Fremont Ross 33

Other NW Ohio Games

Ayersville 54, Delta 45

Indian Lake at Kenton

Toledo Christian 45, Edgerton 39

Jeromesville Hillsdale 53, Lucas 37

Genoa 67, Northwood 29

Otsego 44, Lakota 31

Pettisville 39, Evergreen 29

Toledo Notre Dame at Toledo Start

Oregon Clay 40, Lake 30

 

BOYS BASKETBALL: NB falls to Holgate

NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore christened its new basketball gym on Monday, but not the way Jon Eichar and his Tigers would have liked.
North Baltimore fell behind early, had to play catch-up the rest of the way and dropped a 52-27 nonleague decision to Holgate in its 2012-13 home opener.
Holgate’s Landon Grim led all scorers with 21 points. The 5-foot-11 senior guard knocked down three of Holgate’s six 3-pointers as the Tigers from Henry County raced to leads of 14-5 after one period and 25-10 at the half.
Jacob Frost led North Baltimore (0-2) with 13 points. The 6-2 junior, an honorable mention all-District 7 and all-Midland Athletic League pick in 2011-12, also led the Tigers with five rebounds.
Well-known for its defensive tenacity under veteran head coach Paul Wayne, 479-310 in 35 years at the school, Holgate limited North Baltimore to just 20 shots. North Baltimore made half of its eight 3-point attempts, but was just 5 of 12 on 2s.
Holgate attempted as many 3s (20) as North Baltimore did total shots.

HOLGATE (1-1)
Mack 3-0—8, Thomas 1-0—3, Klingshirn 1-2—5, Clark 4-0—8, Grim 8-2—21, Kelly 0-4—4, Aelker 1-1—3. TOTALS: 18-52 10-16 52.
NORTH BALTIMORE (0-2)
DeLosReyes 0-0—0, Nichols 2-0—5, Frost 4-3—13, Newcomer 1-0—2, Watson 0-1—1, Finkenbiner 0-0—0, Boyer 1-0—3, Bishop 0-0—0, Trumbull 1-1—3. TOTALS: 9-20 5-11 27.
Holgate   14 11 10 17 — 52
North Baltimore   5 5 9 8 — 27
3-Point GOALS: Holgate 6-20 (Mack 2, Thomas, Grim 3); North Baltimore 4-8 (Nichols, Frost 2, Boyer).
rebounds: Holgate 17 (Aelker 6); North Baltimore 14 (Frost 5).
turnovers: Holgate 8, North Baltimore 13.
RESERVES: Holgate, 30-18.

WAYSIDE CHRISTIAN 46
HERITAGE CHRISTIAN  34
Wayside Christian used a dominating second quarter to open an 11-point halftime lead and the Warriors cruised from there in posting a 46-34 Buckeye Christian Schools Association win over Heritage Christian on Monday.
Rex Lawrence poured in 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Wayside, which used a 16-8 barrage in the second quarter to open a 28-17 lead at the half. Jeff Hamilton added 11 points for the Warriors, who converted just 12 of 29 free throws but still enjoyed a 12-5 advantage from the line.
Josiah Long, Lewis Larsen and Andrew VanDenBerghe all scored six points for Heritage Christian. Larsen snared nine rebounds, and Rob Schultz had eight.

wayside christian (1-3)
Hanke 0-3—3, Stenson 0-3—3, Lawrence 7-7—21, Hamilton 5-1—11, Eco 3-0—6, Mosley 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-50 12-29 46.
heritage christian (0-1)
S. Berry 1-1—3, R. Schultz 2-0—4, Long 3-0—6, Houdeshell 1-2—4, Oestreich 0-1—1, Larsen 3-0—6, D. Berry 2-0—4, VanDenBerghe 2-1—6. TOTALS: 14-46 5-11 34.
Wayside Christian   12 16 8 10 — 46
Heritage Christian   9 8 9 8 — 34
3-Point GOALS: Wayside Christian 0-1; Heritage Christian 1-1 (VanDenBerghe).
rebounds: Wayside Christian 58 (Lawrence 13); Heritage Christian 47 (Larsen 9, Schultz 8).
turnovers: Wayside Christian 18, Heritage Christian 15.

LAKOTA 97
BETTSVILLE 6
KANSAS — Bettsville managed only a single free throw in each of the first two quarters and Lakota, powered by four double-digit scorers, romped to a 97-6 win over the Bobcats in the Midland Athletic League boys basketball opener for both teams on Monday.
Collins Timmons scored 16 points, Nathan Ray 15 and Kody Brewer 12 for Lakota (2-0, 1-0 MAL). All three played little more than a half.
Spencer King also had 12 points and 12 players found the scoring column for Lakota, which might have topped the 100-point mark if not for a 3 of 10 effort from the line.
Bettsville trailed 29-1 after one period and 56-2 at the half. The Bobcats (0-2, 0-1 MAL) made just one basket and were 4 of 9 from the line.