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Prep Schedule & Updates: 12-21-12

The final Friday night of prep sports before Christmas is jam-packed with games and we’ll have all of them covered for you tonight at The Courier.

Findlay, fresh off Tuesday’s win over Toledo St. John’s, will host Fremont Ross in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference game tonight.

Courier writer Dave Hanneman will have the latest on the Trojans tonight. The game will be broadcast on 1330 AM WFIN and streamed live on WFIN.com.

The Blanchard Valley Conference is off tonight but there is a full slate of games in the Midland Athletic League.

The highlight game tonight will be in Bascom is Hopewell-Loudon is hosting a throwback game against Mohawk in its old gymnasium before it gets torn down next year.

Also tonight Ottawa-Glandorf travels to Bowling Green for a nonconference game. The Titans can be heard on 106.3 FM The Fox with Doug Jenkins on the mic. The game will also be streamed live on 1063thefox.com.

For scores and stories later tonight check out The Courier’s sports weblog, The Blanchard River Buzz.

You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

SCHEDULE

Friday’s Events

Prep Wrestling

Upper Sandusky & Carey at Plymouth, 6

Prep Bowling

Patrick Henry at Defiance, 6

Prep Hockey

Findlay at Mentor Lake Catholic, 9:40

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Friday’s Results
Northwest Ohio Athletic League
Archbold 48, Montpelier 24
Bryan 64, Liberty Center 37
Patrick Henry 44, Evergreen 38
Wauseon 49, Swanton 26
Northern Lakes League
Bowling Green 57, Napoleon 39
Springfield 55, Maumee 22
Perrysburg 44, Anthony Wayne 36
Sylvania Southview 44, Sylvania Northview 41
Other NW Ohio Games
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary’s 55, Mansfield St. Peter’s 39
Edgerton 45, Antwerp 27
Edon 46, Hicksville 23
Pettisville 59, Fairview 30
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Friday’s Results
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Findlay 71, Fremont Ross 34
Lima Senior at Tol. Cent. Catholic, postponed
Toledo St. John’s 73, Toledo St. Francis 41
Toledo Whitmer 84, Oregon Clay 47
Midland Athletic League
Carey 88, Lakota 46
Fremont St. Joseph 96, Bettsville 24
Hopewell-Loudon 59, Mohawk 40
New Riegel 76, St. Wendelin 38
Old Fort 50, Seneca East 37
Tiffin Calvert 55, North Baltimore 42
North Central Conference
Buckeye Central at Crestline, postponed
Colonel Crawford 64, Riverdale 49
Upper Sandusky 58, Lucas 19
Wynford at Galion Senior, postponed
Northern Ohio League
Shelby 67, Sandusky Senior 60
Willard 55, Tiffin Columbian 46
Northwest Conference
Lima Cent. Cath. 57, Convoy Crestview 52
Paulding 46, Bluffton 36
Firelands Conference
Ashland Crestview 54, Ashland Mapleton 40
Monroeville 47, South Central 38
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Clear Fork 65, Mansfield Madison 47
West Holmes 72, Ashland Senior 56
Wooster Senior 49, Orrville 34
Sandusky Bay Conference
Huron 57, Castalia Margaretta 41
Sandusky Perkins 85, Port Clinton 60
Sandusky St. Mary’s 56, Milan Edison 53
Toledo City League
Toledo Rogers 97, Toledo Bowsher 68
Toledo Scott 86, Toledo Waite 65
Toledo Start 68, Toledo Woodward 51
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Gibsonburg 72, Danbury 31
Other Northwest Ohio
Lima Temple Christian 63, Ridgemont 45
Other NW Ohio Games
Cardinal Stritch 97, Genoa 72
Clyde 50, McComb 35
Coldwater at Delphos Jefferson, postponed
Cory-Rawson 44, Ada 42
Dayton Dunbar 67, Mansfield Senior 61
Defiance 59, Rossford 48
Delphos St. John’s 69, Continental 46
Fairbanks at Lima Perry, postponed
Franklin-Monroe at Fort Recovery, postponed
Holgate 52, Stryker 35
Lake 60, Delta 53
Leipsic 71, Ayersville 55
Liberty Center at Columbus Westland
Liberty-Benton 66, Kenton 50
Lima Bath 61, Columbus Grove 43
Lincolnview 47, Kalida 42
Marion Local at Celina, postponed
New Knoxville at Lima Shawnee, postponed
Norwalk Senior 57, Lexington 42
Ontario 75, Hillsdale 40
Ontario 75, Jeromesville Hillsdale 40
Ottawa Hills 59, Woodmore 29
Ottawa-Glandorf 61, Bowling Green 51
Plymouth 61, Norwalk St. Paul 39
Tinora 54, Ottoville 32
Toledo Christian 63, Edgerton 57
Upper Scioto Valley 70, Marion Catholic 30
Versailles at Sidney Lehman, postponed
Wayne Trace at Parkway, postponed
Waynesfield at Riverside, postponed
Western Reserve 52, New London 45

BOYS BASKETBALL: Leipsic whips Ayersville
LEIPSIC — Zach Kuhlman knocked down four 3-pointers and finished his night with 18 points as Leipsic rolled to a 71-55 win over Ayersville in a nonconference boys basketball game Friday.
Austin Brown and Devon Mangas added 15 and 11 points, respectively, for the Vikings (4-1), who shot 52.4 percent from the field and held a 33-19 edge on the boards.
Mangas drilled three treys and Mitch Kuhlman grabbed eight rebounds to go along with eight points. Brown pulled down five rebounds.
Ayersville (3-4) shot 45.7 percent from the field and was led by Brayton Martin, who scored 14 points. Trey Bauman added 11 points. Luke Lawson scored 10 points.

Leipsic (4-1)
Z. Kuhlman 6-2—18, Brown 7-1—15, Mangas 3-2—11, M. Kuhlman 4-0—8, Gerten 3-0—6, Barrera 1-1—3, Schroeder 1-0—2, Haselman 1-0—2, Steffan 1-0—2. TOTALS: 29-62 6-10 — 71.
Ayersville (3-4)
Martin 6-0—14, Bauman 5-0—11, Lawson 4-0—10, Smith 2-3—7, Rosok 2-2—7, Odom 1-0—2, Lamb 1-0—2, Retcher 1-0-—2. TOTALS: 22-51 5-12 — 55.
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 7-20 (Z. Kuhlman 4, Mangas 3); Ayersville 6-16 (Martin 2, Lawson 2, Rosok, Bauman).
rebounds: Leipsic 33 (M. Kuhlman 8); Ayersville 19 (Smith 4).
turnovers: Leipsic 15, Ayersville 15.

COLONEL CRAWFORD 64
RIVERDALE 49
NORTH ROBINSON — A 35-23 first half lead made the difference as Colonel Crawford beat Riverdale 64-49 in a North Central Conference boys basketball game Friday night.
Nate Klingenberger was the Eagles’ (5-1, 3-0 NCC) leading scorer with 17 points and leading rebounder with seven.
Chad Pever led the Falcons (1-5, 0-2) with 17 points. Adam Fox had a game-high three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points.
RIVERDALE (1-5, 0-2)
Pever 8-1—17, J. Fox 5-1—12, A. Fox 4-0—11, Holderman 2-0—4, Farrow 1-0—3, Rickle 1-0—2. TOTALS: 21-45 2-7—49.
coLONel CRAWFORD (5-1, 3-0)
Klingenberger 3-11—17, Jury 8-0—16, Tackett 5-0—14, Adams 3-1—8, McCreary 3-0—6, Entenmann 1-0—3. TOTALS: 23-52 12-20—64.
Riverdale   6 17 20 6 — 49
Colonel Crawford   17 18 11 18 — 64
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 5 (A Fox 3, J. Fox & Pever); Colonel Crawford 6 (Tackett 4, Adams & Entenmann).
rebounds: Riverdale 19 (Farrow 6); Colonel Crawford 25 (Klingenberger 7).
turnovers: Riverdale 16, Colonel Crawford 10.

DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 69
CONTINENTAL 46
CONTINENTAL — Curtis Geise tossed in 26 points to power Delphos St. John’s to Friday’s 69-46 nonconference boys basketball win over Continental.
Ryan Buescher added 18 points  as the Blue Jays improved to 4-1.
Chaz Slattman led the Pirates 4-3 with 16 points and eight rebounds. Tyler Rue netted 16 points with four steals and Tyler Dockery dished out six assists.

Delphos St. John’s (4-1)
Grothause 2-0—4, Buescher 7-3—18, Clark 2-0—5, Hoffman 1-0—2, Koester 2-1—6, Geise 6-12—26, Conway 2-2—6, Bockey 1-0—2. TOTALS: 23-42 18-21—69.
Continental (4-3)
Dockery 2-3—8, Halliwill 1-0—3, Schwarzman 0-1—1, Slattman 7-2—16, Rue 8-0—16, Vogt 0-0—0, Prowant 0-0—0, Williams 0-0—0, Bradford 0-0—0, Schmidt 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-44 6-13—46.
Delphos St. John’s   22 12 17 18 — 69
Continental   12 15 8 11 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Delphos St. John’s 5-13 (Geise 2, Koester, Buescher & Clark); Continental 2-13 (Dockery & Halliwill).
rebounds: Delphos St. John’s 24; Continental 19 (Slattman 8).
turnovers: Continental 12, Delphos St. John’s 11.
junior varsity: Delphos St. John’s, 36-27.

UPPER SANDUSKY 58
LUCAS 19
UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky cranked up the defense and held Lucas to just seven points in the entire first half in Friday’s 58-19 North Central Conference boys basketball win over the Cubs.
The Rams (1-3 overall, 1-1 NCC) put an exclamation point on the victory by blitzing Lucas 15-2 in the fourth quarter.
Joe Reile led Upper Sandusky with 15 points. Cody Cliffoed added 13 points and Trent Howard chipped in four rebounds, four assists and four steals.
Jay Baldridge led the way for Lucas with six points.

LUCAS (0-6, 0-2)
Bernhardt 0-0—0, Baldridge 2-0—6, Roberts 1-0—2, Schell 2-0—4, Wagner 0-0—0, Bays 1-0—2, Clay 1-0—2, Gerich 1-0—3, Scott 0-0—0, Smollen 0-0—0. TOTALS: 8-30 0-4—19.
Upper Sandusky (1-3, 1-1)
Reile 6-2—15, Clifford 4-4—13, Howard 3-1—8, Roeder 1-1—3, Miller 1-0—2, Barnett 2-0—4, Collins 1-2—4, Mittermaier 1-5—7, Myers 1-0—2. TOTALS: 19-48 15-23—58.
Lucas   3 4 10 2 — 19
Upper Sandusky   15 10 18 15 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 3-9 (Reile, Clifford & Howard); Lucas 3-9 (Baldridge 2, Gerich).
rebounds: Upper Sandusky 23 (Miller & Mittermaier 5); Lucas 14 (Bays 4).
turnovers: Lucas 21, Upper Sandusky 5.

LEIPSIC 71
AYERSVILLE 55
LEIPSIC — Zach Kuhlman knocked down four 3-pointers and finished his night with 18 points as Leipsic rolled to a 71-55 win over Ayersville in a nonconference game on Friday.
Austin Brown and Devon Mangas added 15 and 11 points, respectively for the Vikings (4-1), who shot 52.4 percent from the field and held a 33-19 edge on the boards.
Mangas drilled three treys and Mitch Kuhlman grabbed eight rebounds to go along with 8 points. Brown pulled down five rebounds.
Ayersville (3-4) shot 45.7 percent from the field and was led by Brayton Martin, who scored 14 points. Trey Bauman added 11 points. Luke Lawson scored 10 points.

Leipsic (4-1)
Z. Kuhlman 6-2—18, Brown 7-1—15, Mangas 3-2—11, M. Kuhlman 4-0—8, Gerten 3-0—6, Barrera 1-1—3, Schroeder 1-0—2, Haselman 1-0—2, Steffan 1-0—2. TOTALS: 29-62 6-10 — 71.
Ayersville (3-4)
Martin 6-0—14, Bauman 5-0—11, Lawson 4-0—10, Smith 2-3—7, Rosok 2-2—7, Odom 1-0—2, Lamb 1-0—2, Retcher 1-0-—2. TOTALS: 22-51 5-12 — 55.
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 7-20 (Z. Kuhlman 4, Mangas 3); Ayersville 6-16 (Martin 2, Lawson 2, Rosok, Bauman).
rebounds: Leipsic 33 (M. Kuhlman 8); Ayersville 19 (Smith 4).
turnovers: Leipsic 15, Ayersville 15.

TINORA 54
OTTOVILLE 32
OTTOVILLE — Tinora outscored Ottoville in the second half by a 29 to 17 margin to lead them to a 54-32 victory over Ottoville Friday night in a nonconference boys basketball game.
Robert Wuo and Derek Drewes each scored a game-high 14 points for the Rams (5-1) who also had help from Jacob Miller’s eight points
Derek Schimmoeller was the leading scorer for the Big Green (2-5) with 11 points. Brandt Landin also came away with nine points and a team-leading seven rebounds.
TINORA (5-1)
Wuo 6-2—14, Lymanstall 1-0—2, Behringer 0-0—0, Drewes 6-1—14, Frank 1-0-3, Kahle 1-0—2, Harris 2-0—5, Kissel 2-0—4, Lehman 0-0—0, Pancake 0-0—0, Miller 4-0—8, Niese 2-0—2. TOTALS: 24 3-8—54.
OTTOVILLE (2-5)
Schnipke 0-0—0 D. Schimmoeller 2-6—11, R. Honigford 2-0—4, Roby 0-0—0, A. Honigford 0-2—2, Landin 4-0—9, Turnwald 0-0—0, Wenzlick 0-0—0, Fisher 0-0—0. TOTALS: 10 10-12—32.
Tinora   8 17 19 10 — 54
Ottoville   4 11 11 6 — 32
3-Point GOALS: Tinora 3 (Drewes, Kahle & Harris); Ottoville 2 (Schimmoeller & Landin).

LIMA BATH 61
COLUMBUS GROVE 43
LIMA — Columbus Grove ran into a buzzsaw Friday night as the Bulldogs dropped a 61-43 nonconference boys basketball game to Lima Bath.
Cole Chambers led a trio of Lima Bath players in double figures with 18 points. Taren Sullivan scored 17 points and Conner Rockhold added 12 for the Wildcats (6-1).
Will Vorhees popped in 14 points and Derek Rieman added 11 for Columbus Grove (2-3).

PAULDING 46
BLUFFTON 36
PAULDING — Bluffton mustered just four points in the first quarter as the Pirates dropped a 46-36 Northwest Conference boys basketball game to Paulding Friday night.
Lance Foor tossed in 13 points to help the Panthers improve to 6-2 overall and 2-0 in the conference. Kyle Kauser and Neil Roeghhrig both chipped in 10 points to back Foor.
Michael Donley popped in 12 points and Noah Stratton added six for Bluffton (2-4, 0-2).

LINCOLNVIEW 47
KALIDA 42
VAN WERT — Kalida led 27-19 at halftime before LIncolnview rallied in the second half to post a 47-42 nonconference boys basketball win over the Wildcats Saturday night.
It doesn’t get any easier for Kalida (3-3) as the Wildcats travel to Ottawa-Glandorf for a nonconference game tonight.
Lincolnview (2-5), outscored Kalida 15-9 in the fourth quarter to erase a one-point deficit at the end of three periods of play.
Cody Mathew tossed in 12 points and Austin Horstman added 10 for Kalida.
Lincolnview’s Kyle Williams led all scorers with 17 points. Kade Carey chipped in 11 for the Lancers.

CAREY 88
LAKOTA 46
CAREY — Carey blitzed Lakota 53-15 in the first half as the Blue Devils stayed unbeaten with an 88-46 Midland Athletic League rout of the Raiders on Friday night.
Zack Boes and Jared Wentling did most of the damage for the Blue Devils. Boes netted 25 points and picked off six rebounds and Wentling added 22 points. as Carey improved to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in the MAL.
The Blue Devils also had a solid night shooting the ball hitting 38 of 64 for 59 percent.
Kody Brewer and Colin Timmons scored 12 and 10 points respectively to lead Lakota (2-5, 0-3).
LAKOTA (2-5, 0-3)
Timmons 4-1—10, Brewer 4-3—12, Ray 4-0—9, Below 2-0—4, Kirkpatrick 3-2—8, McGown 1-0—2, Spraw 0-1—1. TOTALS: 18-43 7-17—46.
CAREY (6-0, 3-0)
Patton 1-0—2, Holsinger 2-0—4, Powers 2-0—5, J. Wentling 9-4—22, Meek 1-0—2, Boes 12-1—25, Patrick 1-2—4, Blair 2-1—5, L. Wentling 2-1—6, Montz 2-1—5, Miller 4-0—8. TOTALS: 38-64 10-20—88.
Lakota   6 9 15 16 — 46
Carey   25 28 15 20 — 88
3-Point GOALS: Lakota 3-11 (Timmons, Brewer & Ray); Carey 2-12 (Powers & L. Wentling).
rebounds: Carey 34 (Boes 6); Lakota 22.
turnovers: Lakota 25, Carey 15.
junior varsity: Carey, 60-22.

CLYDE 50
McCOMB 35
BOWLING GREEN — McComb dropped a 50-35 decision to Clyde in a semifinal game of the Northwest Ohio Holiday Classic at Bowling Green State University’s Stroh Center Friday night.
Clyde (3-2) advances to play Toledo Christian, a 63-57 winner over Edgerton in today’s championship game. McComb (1-4) will play the Bulldogs (4-1) in thhe consolation game.
No other details on the game were available.

NEW RIEGEL 76
ST. WENDELIN 38
FOSTORIA — A big second quarter for New Reigel and Brandyn Reinhart’s double-double propelled the Blue Jackets to a lopsided 76-38 victory over St. Wendelin in a Midland Athletic League boys basketball game Friday night.
The Blue Jackets (6-1, 3-0 MAL) led by 10 after one quarter and outscored St. Wendelin (2-4, 1-2) 21-7 in the second quarter. The Blue Jackets never looked back in the second half.
Reinhart led the way for the Blue Jackets with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Korey Williams also had 18 points including two 3-pointers.
Nick Schumaker led the Mohawks with 14 points. Zach Miller and Gabe Walters each scored six points.

new riegel (6-1, 3-0)
Reinhart 8-4—20, Williams 6-4—18, Burns 7-0—14, Hohman 4-0—11, Dryfuse 3-0—6, Nye 2-0—4, Schalk 1-0—2, Wank 0-1—1, Arnold 0-0—0. TOTALS: 36-79 9-13—76.
St. wendelin (2-4, 1-2)
Schumaker 5-2—14, Miller 2-2—6, Walters 2-2—6, Bello 2-0—5, Rutter 1-0—3, Root 1-0—2, Scudder 0-0—0,  S. Murray 0-0—0, D. Murray 0-0—0, Campbell 0-0—0, Baker 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-49 6-10—38.
New Riegel   21 21 20 14 — 76
St. Wendelin   11 7 14 6 — 38
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 5 (Hohman 3, Williams 2); St. Wendelin 4 (Schumaker 2, Bello & Rutter).
rebounds: New Reigel 45, St. Wendelin 17.
turnovers: New Reigel 15, St. Wendelin 24.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 59
MOHAWK 40
BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon’s defense stymied Mohawk in the second quarter, allowing just six points, in the Chieftains’ 59-40 victory in a Midland Athletic League boys basketball game Friday night.
With only a two-point first quarter lead, the Chieftains (5-1,2-1 MAL) went on a 14-6 run to give them an 28-18 lead at the half.
Garret Sendelbach and Tyler Imes combined for 27 points for the Chieftains.
Joe Godinez scored a game-high 20 points, including three 3-pointers, for the Warriors (1-3, 1-2).
MOHAWK (1-3, 1-2)
Johnson 3-0—3, Parker 2-0—4, Godinez 1-0—3, Loose 8-1—20, Krupp 0-1—1, Eklberry 3-0—9. TOTALS: 15-54 4-7—40.
HOPEWELL-LOUDoN (5-1,2-1)
W. Hill 1-0—2, Sendelbach 4-1—11, B. Hill 1-0—2, Gregg 3-4—11, Runion 0-0—0, Black 2-0—4, Scaife 0-0—0, Bedart 0-0—0, Depinet 1-2—4, Lammers 4-1—9, Imes 7-0—14, Rohrbach 0-0—0, Steinmetz 0-0—0. TOTALS: 24-47 9-17—59.
Mohawk   12 6 11 11 — 40
Hopewell-Loudon   14 14 12 19 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 6 (Loose 3, Johnson, Godinez & Eklberry); Hopewell-Loudon 2 (Sendelbach & Gregg).
rebounds: Mohawk 17 (Eklberry 5); Hopewell-Loudon 28 (Black 7).
turnovers: Mohawk 12, Hopewell-Loudon 19.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 45-43.

LIBERTY-BENTON 66
KENTON 50
Kenton, specifically Colyn Blackford, put up a fight early on.
In the end, though, Liberty-Benton’s sharp shooting prevailed as the Eagles defeated Kenton 66-50 Friday in a nonleague boys basketball game.
Blackford scored 11 points in the first quarter en route to a game-high 23. Liberty-Benton shut him out in the second quarter, however, and took control of the game.
Zach Garver led L-B (3-0) with 18 points, while John Darnall chipped in 17 and Ryan Geise 15. Mitch Linhart had five assists and nine rebounds.
Liberty-Benton shot 16 of 21 from inside the 3-point arc, and 7 of 12 beyond it.
Noah Furbush had eight points for Kenton (6-1).
Kenton (6-1)
Halsey 1-0—3, Sherman 2-2—6, Tra. Downing 0-0—0, Tre. Downing 0-0—0, Bahr 2-0—6, Blackford 7-5—23, Furbush 2-4—8, Phillips 1-2—4. TOTALS: 15-33 13-15 50.
Liberty-Benton (3-0)
Cytlak 3-0—6, Darnall 5-4—17, Lawson 0-1—1, Geise 4-5—15, Garver 8-0—18, Linhart 3-3—9, Maag 0-0—0, May 0-0—0, Steinman 0-0—0, Loughman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 23-32 13-20 66.
Kenton   13 10 8 19 — 50
Liberty-Benton   11 21 21 13 — 66
3-Point GOALS: Kenton 7-18 (Blackford 4, Bahr 2, Halsey); Liberty-Benton 7-12 (Darnall 3, Geise & Garver 2).
rebounds: Kenton 13 (Sherman 5); Liberty-Benton 17 (Linhart 9).
turnovers: Kenton 8, Liberty-Benton 5.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 56-21.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 61
BOWLING GREEN 51
BOWLING GREEN — Michael Rosebrock clicked for 17 points and Ottawa-Glandorf’s boys basketball team overcame a halftime deficit to knock off Bowling Green 61-51 in a nonconference game Friday night.
Noah Bramlage clicked for 15 points and T.J. Metzger poured in 14 points as the Titans (4-1) outscored the Bobcats (3-3) 35-19 in the second half after trailing 32-26 at the break.
Wisconsin recruit Vitto Brown scored 14 points for BG.
The Titans were 15 of 17 from the free-throw line and Rosebrock pulled down eight rebounds while Metzger grabbed seven boards.
Ottawa-Glandorf (4-1)
Rosebrock 8-1—17, Bramlage 4-0—15, Metzger 5-0—14, Siefker 1-4—7, Leopold 1-0–2, Westrick 1-0—2, Kaufman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 22 15-17 — 61.
Bowling Green (3-3)
Gardener 6-2—16, Brown 7-0—14, Heringshaw 3-0—8, Stone 3-0—7, Dill 3-0—6. TOTALS: 22 2-6 — 51
Ottawa-Glandorf   18 18 15 20 — 61
Bowling Green   13 19 11 8 — 51

GIRLS BASKETBALL
PATRICK HENRY 44
EVERGREEN 38
METAMORA — Kelsey Tietje stepped up for Patrick Henry’s girls basketball team on Friday night, scoring 15 points and pulling down 13 rebounds to lead the Patriots to a 44-38 Northwest Ohio Athletic League win over Evergreen.
Katy Hammer clicked for 11 points as PH improved to 9-0 overall and to 3-0 in the conference.
The Patriots had a huge rebounding edge, grabbing 34 rebounds, including 14 on the offensive glass, while limiting the Vikings to 18 rebounds.
PH led 15-12 after one quarter and held a 26-23 lead at halftime as it managed to stay a step ahead of the Vikings throughout the night. Evergreen fell to 2-5 overall and to 1-3 in the league.

Patrick Henry (9-0, 3-0)
Tietje 5-5—15, Hammer 3-3—11, Michaelis 2-3—7, Fintel 1-2—5, Bostelman 2-0—4, Meyer 1-0—2. TOTALS: 14-37 13-17 — 44.
Evergreen (2-5, 1-3)
Noe 6-1—14, Truckor 3-3—9, Mossing 2-4—8, Siefker 2-0—4, Machacek 1-0—2, Smallman 0-1—1. TOTALS: 14-39 9-15 —38.
Patrick Henry   15 11 8 10 — 44
Evergreen   12 11 8 10 — 38
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 3-8 (Hammer 2, Fintel); Evergreen 1-11 (Noe).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 34 (Tietje 13); Evergreen 18 (Noe 2, Truckor 2, Mossing 2).
turnovers: Patrick Henry 17, Evergreen 14.

Prep Wrestling
UPPER SANDUSKY 48, CAREY 29
106 — Dyer (US) won by forfeit.
113 — Gullifer (US) won by forfeit.
120 — Mengerink (US) pinned Dyer, 3:07.
126 — Hansen (US) pinned Sammet, 3:39.
132 — Leist (C) won by forfeit.
138 — Pratt (C) pinned Haycook, 4:17.
145 — Higgin (C) pinned Landrum, 1:16.
152 — Gillen (US) def. Ferguson, 7-6.
160 — Kenner (US) pinned Stombaugh, 1:55.
170 — Frey (US) pinned Johnson, 3:22.
182 — Stansberry (C) dec. Pritchard, 6-5.
195 — Mullholand (C) pinned Richardson, 5:51.
220 — Crawford (US) pinned O’Flaherty, :55.
285 — Baker (US) dec. Moran, 4-3.

UPPER SANDUSKY 53, AKRON MANCHESTER 21
106 — Bowen (M) dec. Dyer, 3-1.
113 — Mengerink (US) pinned Kirk, :40.
120 — Richmond (US) pinned Clark, 3:31.
126 — Hansen (US) pinned Michel, 1:59.
132 — Rediger (M) won by forfeit.
138 — Ulman (M) dec. Haycook, 7-6.
145 — Brasiel (M) pinned Landrum, 1:08.
152 — Gillen (US) tech. fall Zechman, 18-2.
160 — Kenner (US) pinned Thomas, 1:12.
170 — Frey (US) pinned Dies, 2:38.
182 — Pritchard (US) pinned Highman, :38.
195 — Robertson (US) won by forfeit.
220 — Crawford (US) won by forfeit.
285 — Hanzel (M) pinned Baker, 1:26.