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Prep Schedue & Updates: 12-22-12

Prep Schedue & Updates: 12-22-12

There is a busy day of basketball on tap Saturday and we’ll have the latest on all of the roundball action today here at The Courier.
There are 16 boys and 15 girls basketball games set to tip off today.
Ada plays New Riegel and McComb takes on Hopewell-Loudon to highlight today’s girls schedule.
On the boys side, Kalida and Ottawa-Glandorf square off in a Putnam County hoops battle royale.
That game can be heard tonight on 106.3 FM The Fox and online at 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.

LOCAL SPORTS
Saturday’s Results

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results
North Central Conference
Colonel Crawford 53, Lucas 35
Riverdale 65, Buckeye Central 37
Upper Sandusky 67, Galion Senior 38
Wynford 53, Bucyrus 28
Northern Ohio League
Bellevue 48, Shelby 40
Sandusky Senior at Tiffin Columbian
Willard 46, Norwalk Senior 32
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Clear Fork 38, Lexington 29
Sandusky Bay Conference
Castalia Margaretta 47, Sandusky St. Mary’s 33
Clyde 71, Port Clinton 45
Milan Edison 53, Huron 46
Sandusky Perkins 46, Oak Harbor 44
Other NW Ohio Games
Arcadia 70, Seneca East 51
Arlington 54, Tiffin Calvert 48
Ashland Senior 56, Columbus Watterson 48
Bluffton 40, Van Buren 37
Convoy Crestview 47, Kalida 37
Cory-Rawson 64, Old Fort 38
Dayton Dunbar at Toledo Start
Delta 57, Holgate 56, OT
Edgerton 44, Edon 31
Elmwood 54, Lakota 31
Fayette 64, Morenci, Mich. 62
Findlay 65, Defiance 26
Fort Jennings 66, Wayne Trace 51
Fort Loramie 47, Minster 39
Fort Recovery 58, Franklin-Monroe 41
Wilmington 35, Fremont Ross 22
Genoa at Cardinal Stritch
Hicksville at Antwerp
Lake at Tol. Cent. Catholic
Mansfield St. Peter’s 63, Ashland Mapleton 37
McComb 71, Hopewell-Loudon 61, OT
New Riegel 46, Ada 42, OT
North Baltimore 70, Northwood 20
Orrville at Danville
Otsego 38, Gibsonburg 21
Ottoville 43, Ottawa-Glandorf 26
Parkway 66, Mississinawa Valley 65, 3-OT
Ridgemont at Sidney Lehman
Russia 45, New Knoxville 39
St. Henry 53, Bradford 36
Toledo Bowsher at Mohawk
Toledo Rogers at Toledo Notre Dame
Toledo Whitmer at Anthony Wayne
Tri-Village 68, New Bremen 32
Van Wert 60, Delphos Jefferson 40
Waynesfield 73, Miller City 60
Wooster 64, Medina Highland 62

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results
North Central Conference
Colonel Crawford 58, Wynford 49
Other NW Ohio Games
Anthony Wayne 70, Bryan 40
Archbold 65, Pettisville 40
Arlington 53, Lima Temple Christian 40
Ashland Mapleton at Sullivan Black River
Ayersville 62, North Central 50
Bellevue 69, Milan Edison 43
Botkins 55, Riverside 53
Carey 54, Buckeye Central 52
Columbus Grove 54, Patrick Henry 31
Delphos St. John’s 60, Celina 53
Delta 60, Stryker 59
Dublin Coffman 90, Toledo Waite 50
Edgerton 45, McComb 32
Elida 62, Coldwater 38
Fort Recovery 49, Lima Shawnee 41
Fostoria Senior 54, Tiffin Calvert 50
Gibsonburg 73, Arcadia 56
Lake 73, Toledo Woodward 44
Lake Ridge Academy 76, Bettsville 15
Leipsic 68, Hopewell-Loudon 38
Lexington 83, Jeromesville Hillsdale 38
Liberty-Benton 97, Fairview 40
Lima Cent. Cath. 56, New Bremen 51
Lima Perry 67, Fort Jennings 57
Mansfield Senior at Massillon Perry
Marion Harding 76, Mansfield Madison 55
Maumee 51, Eastwood 44
Maumee Valley Country Day at Old Fort
Minster 57, Anna 56, OT
Napoleon 38, Holgate 29
New Knoxville 62, Ada 48
New Riegel 79, Riverdale 57
Northwood 59, North Baltimore 28
Norwalk Senior 63, Ontario 39
Norwalk St. Paul 53, Castalia Margaretta 45
Oak Harbor at Fremont St. Joseph
Olentangy Liberty 72, West Holmes 63
Ottawa-Glandorf 68, Kalida 47
Perrysburg 46, Sandusky Perkins 43
Rittman 56, South Central 55
Sandusky St. Mary’s 54, Monroeville 47
Shelby 51, Upper Sandusky 34
St. Henry 56, Fort Loramie 36
St. Marys Memorial 46, Marion Local 34
St. Wendelin 57, Danbury 32
Sylvania Northview at Evergreen
Sylvania Southview 84, Sandusky Senior 37
Toledo Christian 56, Clyde 35
Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy, Mich. 78, Tol. Rogers 73
Tol. St. John’s 57, Lakewood St. Edward 55
Toledo Whitmer 51, Defiance 24
Tree of Life 80, Marion Catholic 39
Upper Scioto Valley 62, Allen East 59
Wauseon 50, Rossford 48
Wayne Trace 72, Miller City 53
Willard 62, Galion Senior 40

 GIRLS BASKETBALL
McCOMB 71
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 61
McCOMB — Hopewell-Loudon shot 78 percent from the field in the first half but cooled off in the second half as McComb rallied to a 71-61 nonconference girls basketball win over the Chieftains on Saturday.
McComb (7-1) trailed the entire game until rallying with a 15-8 edge over Hopewell-Loudon (4-4) in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime.
Alison Beverly’s only basket of the night was a big one for McComb. She hit a key 3-pointer in overtime to give the Panthers the lead for good at 60-59.
From there it was all McComb as Kristen Buck went 4 of 4 from the liner and Caelie Reed was 2 of 2 from the stripe to keep the Panthers in front.
Emily Clymer led four McComb players in double figures with 21 points and eight rebounds. Brenna Dee netted 15 points, Buck added 14 points and Jenna Huffman tossed in 10 points with eight boards.
Hopewell-Loudon’s Lauren Trumpler led all scorers with 22 points as the Chietains hit 9 of 19 from beyond the arc.
Cassandra Hohman popped in 12 points, Aleta Daniel scored 11 pints and Courtney Burns added 10. All three also grabbed five rebounds.

 HOPEWELL-LOUDON (4-4)
Burns 4-1—10, Daniel 5-0—11, Hohman 4-0—12, Trumpler 8-3—22, Brickner 0-2—2, Rohrbach 2-0—4. TOTALS: 23-56 6-10—61.
McComb (7-1)
Reed 1-2—4, Herr 2-0—4, Dee 6-2—15, Huffman 3-4—10, Beverly 1-0—3, Clymer 9-3—21, Buck 3-7—14. TOTALS: 25-48 18-30—71.
Hopewell-Loudon  20 19 10 8 4 — 61
McComb  11 19 12 15 14 — 71
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 9-19 (Hohman 4, Trumpler 3, Burns & Daniel); McComb 3-12 (Dee, Beverly & Buck) .
rebounds: McComb 30 (Clymer, Huffman & Herr 8); Hopewell-Loudon 20 (Hohman, Daniel & Rohrbach 5).
turnovers: McComb 18, Hopewell-Loudon 8.

FINDLAY 65
DEFIANCE 26
It was all Findlay High School Saturday afternoon.
Findlay’s girls basketball team racked up a 40-13 halftime lead on its way to whipping winless Defiance 65-26 in a nonconference game Saturday.
Balance was the key word for the Trojans (6-1) on Saturday as Jacey Hardesty, Christina McQueen and Nicole Muehl each popped in 10 points while Taylor Stanfield added eight.
McQueen and Stanfield also grabbed nine rebounds as Findlay had a big 41-21 edge on the boards. Hardesty also dished out four assists while Zoe Swisher grabbed three steals.
Miranda Spencer scored seven points and Emily Spencer collected seven rebounds for the Bulldogs (0-9).

DEFIANCE (0-9)
Lamb 0-0—0, Schudel 0-0—0, Burnett 0-0—0, M. Spencer 3-1—7, Burns 2-0—4, E. Spencer 1-1—3, McCoy 0-0—0, Miller 1-1—4, Garza 0-3—3, Jackson 2-1—5, Clawson 0-0—0. TOTALS: 9-31 7-11—26.
FINDLAY (6-1)
Swisher 2-2—8, Bendt 2-0—6, Muehl 4-2—10, Hardesty 4-0—10, Wintrow 0-0—0, Smarkel 2-2—6, Thomas 2-0—4, McQueen 5-0—10, Vielhaber 0-0—0, Jackson 1-1—3, Stanfield 4-0—8. TOTALS: 26-69 7-9—65.
Defiance   7 6 8 5 — 26
Findlay   21 19 9 16 — 65
3-Point GOALS: Findlay 6-21 (Hardesty, Bendt & Swisher 2; Defiance 1-7 (Miller).
rebounds: Findlay 41 (McQueen & Stanfield 9); Defiance 21 (E. Spencer 7).
turnovers: Defiance 16, Findlay 4.
junior varsity: Findlay, 58-24.

BLUFFTON 40
VAN BUREN 37
BLUFFTON — Both teams struggled in the first quarter before getting on track as Bluffton topped Van Buren 40-37 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday afternoon.
Van Buren led Bluffton just 4-2 after the first quarter as both teams struggled on offense.

Bluffton’s Sarah Schriner (3) is fouled by Van Buren’s Madi Endicott (14) while going for a loose ball recovered by Van Buren’s Morgan Flick (10) at midcourt during a very physical game Saturday afternoon at Bluffton. (Photo by Kent Tarbox)


Bluffton’s Bailey Pritchard led all scorers with 12 points. Paige Buroker chipped in nine points for the Pirates, who improved to 7-2 with the win.
Van Buren’s Kristen Tropf and Paige Sudlow both netted 10 points. Madi Endicott and Kaleigh Frampton both grabbed five rebounds and Endicott also dished four assists for the Black Knights (3-6).

VAN BUREN (3-6)
M. Flick 1-0—3, Tropf 3-1—10, Endicott 1-0—2, Wymer 0-0—0, R. Flick 1-0—3, Miller 0-5—5, Sudlow 5-0—10, Frampton 2-0—4. TOTALS: 13-46 6-9—37.
Bluffton (6-2)
Schriner 0-1—1, Hunt 0-0—0, Buroker 2-5—9, Crisp 1-4—7, Lugibihl 0-2—2, Amstutz 2-2—6, Palte 1-1—3, Pritchard 6-0—12. TOTALS: 12 15-31—40.
Van Buren   4 12 3 18 — 37
Bluffton   2 14 7 17 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 1 (Crisp); Van Buren 5-22 (Tropf 3, M. Flick & R. Flick).
rebounds: Van Buren 20 (Endicott & Frampton 5).
turnovers: Van Buren 18.
junior varsity: Bluffton, 32-28.

 UPPER SANDUSKY 67
GALION 38
UPPER SANDUSKY — Taylor Graboski exploded for 10 points in the first quarter as Upper Sandusky raced out to a 17-7 lead by the end of the first period on its way to a 67-38 North Central Conference drubbing of Galion Saturday.
The Rams (7-1, 4-0 NCC) then outscored the Tigers (3-5, 0-4) 19-6 in the third quarter to blow the game open.
Graboski led Upper Sandusky with 17 points. She also snared eight rebounds. Savannah Piecha added 14 points, four assists and four steals.
Jorden Born came close to a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds. Allison Snyder and Amber Cox each dished off five assists for the Rams, who have won eight straight games.
Upper Sandusky, which also has a seven-game home winning streak, faces a big challenge next Saturday when it battles Wynford in a key NCC Black Division game.

galion (3-5, 0-4)
Kons 2-0—4, Mann 4-1—9, Schramer 0-0—0, Ruhe 2-0—4, Beachy 5-3—16, Crawford 1-0—2, Dorsey 1-0—2, Baver 0-1—1. TOTALS: 15 5-14—38.
upper sandusky (7-1, 4-0)
Kinley 0-2—2, Piecha 6-1—14, Cox 1-0—2, Snyder 3-1—8, Stover 0-0—0, Cameron 4-0—8, Born 5-0—10, Johnson 1-0—2, Graboski 9-3—21. TOTALS: 29-59 7-15—67.
Galion   7 15 6 10 — 38
Upper Sandusky   17 14 19 17 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Galion 3 (Beachy 3); Upper Sandusky 2-5 (Piecha & Snyder 1).
rebounds: Galion 21; Upper Sandusky 27 (Born 9, Graboski 8).
turnovers: Galion 18, Upper Sandusky 13.
junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 54-30.

FORT JENNINGS 66
WAYNE TRACE 51
FORT JENNINGS — Macy Schroeder stepped up for Fort Jennings on Saturday afternoon, knocking down five 3-pointers to pace the Musketeers in a 66-51 win over Wayne Trace.
Behind a stellar performance from beyond the arc, Schroeder scored 27 points while Gabbi German clicked for 15 points as Fort Jennings (4-5) used a big third quarter to pull away for the nonconference win.
The Musketeers and Raiders were tied at 27-27 at halftime but Fort Jennings outscored Wayne Trace 26-12 in the third quarter to take control.
Fort Jennings held a 20-11 edge on the boards, with Emily Kehres grabbing five rebounds to go along with 13 points.
Krystal Wannemacher led Wayne Trace (2-6) with 11 points on a day when the Musketeers forced 31 turnovers.

FORT Jennings (4-5)
Schroeder 8-6—27, German 6-3—15, Kehres 2-9—13, Schimmoeller 2-0—5, Osting 2-0—4, Lindeman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 21-50 18-32 — 66.
Wayne Trace (2-6)
Wannemacher 4-2—11, Ebnor 2-4—10, Temple 4-0—9, Feasby 2-1—5, Sinn 2-0—4, Zartman 2-0—4, Mohr 2-0—4, Grant 1-0—2, Young 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-34 7-17 — 51.
TOTALS: 16-41 10-12—45.
Wayne Trace   8 19 12 12 — 51
Fort Jennings   10 17 26 13 — 66
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 6 (Schroeder 5, Schimmoeller); Wayne Trace 4 (Ebnor 2, Wannemacher, Temple).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 20 (Kehres 5); Wayne Trace 11 (Temple 4).
turnovers: Fort Jennings 19, Wayne Trace 31.
junior varsity: Wayne Trace, 44-35.

ARLINGTON 54
TIFFIN CALVERT 48
ARLINGTON — After trailing by six points at one point in the fourth quarter, Arlington surged ahead and then made some clutch free throws to finish off a 54-48 nonconference girls basketball win over Tiffin Calvert Saturday.
Dani Heaster hit two key fourth quarter baskets, the second on a backdoor play to give the Red Devils a 50-48 lead.
Kathryn Jolliff then converted four straight free throws to ice the victory.
Heaster had a double-double for Arlington (7-1) with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Madi Mains added eight points and seven boards.
Haley Dillon scored 10 of her 12 points in the second quarter and Jordyn Webb netted 11 as well.
Jolliff scored nine points, seven of which were from the free throw line.
Kate Brickner led all scorers with 20 points for Tiffin Calvert (5-3). Olivia Smith added 13 for the Senecas.

Tiffin Calvert (5-3)
Sullivan 0-0—0, Ritzler 1-0—2, Horn 0-0—0, Beckley 0-0—0, Kate Brickner 6-7—20, Bowers 1-1—3, Widman 0-1—1, Funkhouser 1-2—5, Olivia Smith 5-3—13, Bickley 2-0—4. TOTALS: 14-31 2-16 14-24—48.
Arlington  (7-1)
H. Johnson 0-0—0, Webb 4-3—11, Jolliff 1-7—9, O’Rear 0-0—0, Heaster 6-0—12, Mains 3-0—8, Insley 1-0—2, Dillon 4-4—12, Thibaut 0-0—0. TOTALS: 17-37 2-10 14-18—54.
Tiffin Calvert   12 12 15 9 — 48
Arlington   12 18 8 16 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Tiffin Calvert 2-16 (Brickner & Funkhouser 1); Arlington 2-10 (Mains 2).
rebounds: Tiffin Calvert 28; Arlington 33 (Heaster 13, Mains 7).
turnovers: Tiffin Calvert 18, Arlington 20.
junior varsity: Tiffin Calvert, 37-32.

OTTOVILLE 43
OTTAWA-GLANDORF 26
OTTAWA — Rachel Turnwald, Nicole Vorst and Abby Siefker each reached double digits as Ottoville rolled up a 18-4 lead by halftime on its way to a 43-26 girls nonconference victory over Ottawa-Glandorf Saturday.
Turnwald (12 points), Vorst (11) and Siefker (10) helped lead a balanced Big Green attack. Siefker added 11 rebounds, four blocks and two assists for Ottoville (7-0), which won its 31st consecutive regular season game.
Elissa Ellerbrock scored nine points and had three rebounds to lead Ottawa-Glandorf (3-5).

WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN 73
MILLER CITY 60
WAYNESFIELD — Miller City’s girls basketball team was in a position to win its first game of the season, but it lost control of the momentum in the second half and fell 73-60 to Waynesfield-Goshen in a nonconference game on Saturday.
The Wildcats (0-9) and Tigers (5-3) were tied at 30-30 in the opening half but trailed 47-41 heading into the fourth quarter.
Haley Lammers scored 14 points to lead Miller City while Melissa Michel pumped in 13 points. Amanda Simon and Brandi Gerschulz scored 12 points apiece for the Wildcats, who shot 50 percent (22-of-44) from the field. Michel also grabbed eight rebounds and dished out five assists. Gerschulz tallied eight assists.
Kaylee Patton clicked for 24 points to pace the Tigers, who shot 49 percent (23-of-47) from the floor. Lidia Turner added 19 points.

Miller CITY (0-9)
Gerschulz 4-1—12, Lammers 7-0—14, Michel 5-2—13, Simon 3-4—12, Niese 1-0—3, Klear 1-0—2.  TOTALS: 22-44 9-15 — 60
WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN (5-3)
Patton 8-8—24, Turner 5-5—19, Stevens 4-2—10, Vanhorn 4-0—9, Spencer 1-0—3, Rufenberger 1-0—3, Wilcox 0-3—3, Shepherd 0-2—2. TOTALS: 23-47 20-28 — 73.
Miller City   14 16 11 19 — 60
Waynesfield Goshen   15 15 17 26 — 73
3-Point GOALS: Miller City 7 (Gerschulz 3, Simon 2, Michel, Niese); Waynesfield Goshen 7 (Turner 4, Spencer, Ruffenberger, Vanhorn).

CONVOY CRESTVIEW 47
KALIDA 37
CONVOY — Convoy Crestview used a big fourth quarter to pull away from Kalida 47-37 Saturday in a nonleague girls basketball game.
The Knights (8-1) led the Wildcats (6-2) just 31-29 going into the final period but used a 16-8 fourth quarter advantage to secure the victory and snap Kalida’s six-game winning streak.
Lindsey Motycka led Convoy Crestview with 15 points. Mackenzie Riggenbach added 14 for the Knights.
Amy Smith was the only Kalida player to reach double figures with 14 points. Jackie Gardner chipped in with nine points for the Wildcats, who shot just 28 percent (12-43) from the field.

kalida (6-2)
Gardner 4-1—9, N. Recker 3-0—7, Holtkamp 2-0—4, K. Recker 0-0—0, Smith 2-9—14, Turnwald 0-0—0, Honigfort 0-0—0, Osterhage 1-0—3. TOTALS: 12-43 10-12—37.
convoy crestview (7-1)
Motycka 5-5—15, Riggenbach 5-3—14, Mercer 3-0—8, Bauer 1-2—4, Hicks 1-2—4, Henry 1-0—2, Crowle 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16-32 12-18—47.
Kalida   11 6 12 8 — 37
Convoy Crestview   17 7 7 16 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3-15 (N. Recker, Smith & Osterhage 1); Convoy Crestview 3-8 (Mercer 2, Riggenbach 1).
rebounds: Kalida 20, Convoy Crestview 24.
turnovers: Kalida 13, Convoy Crestview 16.
junior varsity: Kalida, 40-25.

CORY-RAWSON 64
OLD FORT 38
RAWSON — It was a record-setting night for Courtney Dulle as Cory-Rawson blasted Old Fort 64-38 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday night.
Dulle hit three 3-point goals on her way to 11 points on the night. She now has 83 3-pointers in her career breaking the school record set of 80 previously held by Jenna Wood.
Dulle wasn’t the only star for the Hornets (4-6) though.
Megan Ritter led four Cory-Rawson players in double digits with 16 points as she also added 11 rebounds.
Kendra Tuttle tossed in 14 points with nine steals and seven assists and Kiley Scott netted 11 points for the Hornets.
Sara Bell scored 11 for the Stockaders (0-10).

OLD FORT (0-10)
Miller 2-0—6, Filger 2-1—5, Ward 4-0—8, Gillette 2-0—4, Bell 4-2—10, Davidson 1-3—5. TOTALS: 15-35 6-15—38.
Cory-Rawson (4-6)
Scott 4-1—11, Dulle 4-0—11, Erford 2-0—4, Ritter 7-2—16, Tuttle 6-2—14, Burkholder 0-2—2, Hulihan 3-0—6. TOTALS: 26-57 7-19—64.
Old Fort   8 8 11 11 — 38
Cory-Rawson   20 13 8 23 — 64
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 5-13 (Dulle 3, Scott 2); Old Fort 2-5 (Miller 2).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 33 (Ritter 11); Old Fort 17.
turnovers: Old Fort 24, Cory-Rawson 13.

NORTH BALTIMORE 70
NORTHWOOD 20
NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore blitzed Northwood 26-1 in the first quarter as the Tigers whipped the Rangers 70-20 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
Ricci Emahiser led the charge for North Baltimore (4-5) as she scored 17 points with seven rebounds.
Megan Wright tallied 14 points, Raegan Fleckner grabbed six steals with five assists and Courtney Bretz also pulled down seven rebounds for the Tigers. Ashley Buczko scored five points to lead Northwood (0-7).

Northwood (0-7)
Cruz 1-0—3, Bowers 1-0—2, Buczko 1-3—5, Vanes 1-0—2, Wojcinski 1-0—2, Rable 0-0—0, Kr. Sawmiller 0-1—1, Roach 0-0—0, Artino 0-1—1, Ke. Sawmiller 2-0—4. TOTALS: 7-39 5-10—20.
Northwood (4-5)
Davis 1-0—2, Stewart 0-2—2, Schloemp 2-0—5, Fleckner 2-0—6, Bretz 1-2—4, Trumbull 3-2—8, Wright 4-5—14, Frost 4-0—8, Emahiser 8-1—17, Ray 2-0—4, Hernandez 0-0—0. TOTALS: 27-53 12-16—70.
Northwood   1 6 6 7 — 20
North Baltimore   26 18 15 11 — 70
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 4-8 (Fleckner 2, Schloemp & Wright); Northwood 1-7 (Cruz).
rebounds: North Baltimore 29 (Bretz & Emahiser 7); Northwood 17.
turnovers: Northwood 31, North Baltimore 21.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 43-16.

NEW RIEGEL 46
ADA 42
NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel’s Taylor Arbogast was a perfect 4 of 4 from the foul line in overtime as the Blue Jackets topped Ada 46-42 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday afternoon.
Arbogast finished with seven points and six rebounds as New Riegel (8-1) was 6 of 7 from the line as a team in the final frame.
Kara Scherger did most of the damage for New Riegel as she scored 17 points to go along with nine steals and three assists. Lauren Ladd grabbed nine rebounds for the Blue Jackets as New Riegel had a 28-20 edge on the boards.
Taylor Willeke had another solid outing for the Bulldogs (5-3) as she knocked down a game-high 22 points.

ADA (5-3)
Gonzaga 1-0—2, Rouch 1-1—3, Amburgey 1-1—3, Willeke 6-7—22, Wildman 0-0—0, Walden 2-2—6, Wyss 2-2—6. TOTALS: 13-36 13-18—42.
New Riegel (8-1)
Arbogast 1-5—7, Kirian 0-3—3, Scherger 6-4—17, Ladd 2-0—4, Baynard 1-0—2, Cassidy 3-0—7, Noftz 2-2—6, Conley 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-53 14-19—46.
Ada  4 9 11 12 6 — 42
New Riegel  8 8 8 12 10 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Ada 3-8 (Willeke 3); New Riegel 2-6 (Scherger & Cassidy).
rebounds: New Riegel 28 (Ladd 9, Arbogast 6); Ada 20.
turnovers: Ada 22, New Riegel 11.
junior varsity: Ada, 41-36.

ELMWOOD 54
LAKOTA 31
KANSAS — Elmwood’s girls basketball team shook off a sluggish start and rolled to a 54-31 win over Lakota Saturday afternoon.
The Royals trailed 8-7 at the end of the opening quarter but rolled into halftime with a 28-15 advantage and never looked back.
Brittany Gross led the way for the unbeaten Royals (7-0), pouring in 15 points to go along with five steals and two assists.
Brittany George came through with a big game as well, clicking for 12 points, and Tori Hillard scored nine points and grabbed 15 rebounds.
The Royals dominated on the boards, grabbing 41 rebounds while limiting the Raiders to 28 rebounds. Elmwood was also tough defensively as it held Lakota to 12-of-41 shooting and forced 31 turnovers.

ELMWOOD (7-0)
Gross 4-7—15, George 4-4—12, Curtis 3-3—9, Tor. Hillard 2-5—9, Ti. Hillard 1-3—5, Swavel 1-0–3, Rosendale 0-1—1. TOTALS: 15-61 23-36 —54.
Lakota (1-9)
Park 3-1—7, Walter 2-2—6, Homis 2-1—5, Gangwer 1-2–4, Mowry 2-0—4, Miller 1-1—3, Ferck 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-44 7-14 —31.
Elmwood   7 21 13 13 — 54
Lakota   8 7 12 4 — 31
3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 1 (Swavel); Lakota None.
rebounds: Elmwood 41, Lakota 28.
turnovers: Elmwood 19, Lakota 31.
junior varsity: Elmwood, 46-37.

ARCADIA 70
SENECA EAST 51
ARCADIA — Miranda Palmer and Courtney Cramer combined for 47 points and Arcadia beat Seneca East 70-51 Saturday in girls nonconference basketball action.
Arcadia (6-2), which won its fourth consecutive game, led 42-26 by halftime before cruising in the second half.
Palmer drilled five 3-pointers and led the Redskins with 25 points. She also had three assists and three steals.
Courtney Cramer was nearly as impressive draining four treys on her way to 22 points.
Regina Fox also had a nice afternoon with 10 points, six assists and three steals for Arcadia, which made 15 of 21 free throws.
Molly Glick (eight points, eight rebounds) and Rebecca Kirian (two points, seven rebounds) did a solid job on the glass.
Ashton Daniel scored 20 points and Siena Adachi added 11 for Seneca East (6-3).

seneca east (6-3)
Sprenger 1-0—2, Adachi 5-0—11, Enders 1-0—3, Brookes 0-2—2, Depinet 3-2—9, Ruffing 1-0—2, Daniel 8-0—20, Hahler 0-2—2. TOTALS: 19-42 6-9—51.
arcadia (6-2)
Fox 4-2—10, Palmer 10-0—25, Mock 1-1—3, Kirian 0-2—2, Ball 0-0—0, Glick 3-2—8, Cramer 5-8—22, Pina 0-0—0, Dauterman 0-0—0, Coward 0-0—0. TOTALS: 23-45 15-21—70.
Seneca East   13 13 17 8 — 51
Arcadia   22 20 15 13 — 70
3-Point GOALS: Seneca East 7-15 (Daniel 4, Adachi, Enders & Depinet 1); Arcadia 9-16 (Palmer 5, Cramer 4).
rebounds: Seneca East 24; Arcadia 30 (Glick 8, Kirian 7).
turnovers: Seneca East 18, Arcadia 11.
junior varsity: Arcadia, 35-33.

 RIVERDALE 65
BUCKEYE CENTRAL 37
NEW WASHINGTON — Kristen Evans scored 16 points and Jordyn Wright added 15 as Riverdale’s girls basketball team dominated Buckeye Central in a 65-37 North Central Conference win on Saturday afternoon.
Bre Parish added 14 points in the win as the Falcons (5-3, 3-1 NCC) shot 54 percent (25-of-46) from the field and forced 26 turnovers.
The Falcons were outrebounded 24-21 by Buckeye Central (3-5, 2-2) but they took control early, sprinting out to a 25-10 lead in the first quarter.
Riverdale led 42-17 at halftime and no one from the Bucks scored in double figures.
Wright dished out five assists and Walter pulled down five rebounds for the Falcons.
RIVERDALE (5-3, 3-1)
Evans 8-0—16, Wright 5-4—15, Parish 7-0—14, Frey 2-2—7, Walter 3-1—7, Wright 1-2—4, Farrow 1-0—2. TOTALS: 27-51 9-10 — 65.
BUCKEYE CENTRAL (3-5, 2-2)
Hildebrand 2-4—8, Hanes 3-0—6, Weithmen 3-0—6, Marcum 3-0—6, Fagan 2-0—4, Karl 2-0—4, Delarber 1-1—3. TOTALS: 16-35 5-13 — 37.
Riverdale   25 17 14 9 — 65
Buckeye Central   10 7 6 14 — 37
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 2 (Wright, Frey); Buckeye Central None
rebounds: Riverdale 21 (Walters 7); Buckeye Central 24 (Hanes).
turnovers: Riverdale 16, Buckeye Central 26.
junior varsity: Riverdale, 51-19.

PREP SWIMMING: Findlay sweeps St. Ignatius, Magnificat
CLEVELAND — It was yet another strong performance by the Findlay High School swim team as the Trojans wrapped up its pre-Christmas schedule by sweeping a double dual with Fremont Ross and Cleveland St. Ignatius at Cleveland State University on Saturday.
The Trojans crushed Fremont Ross 121-64 and topped St. Ignatius 97-88.
Dietrich Hinesman and Justin Hopkins both had a big days for Findlay as they scored wins in three events.
Hinesman won the 50 free (22.25) and tied with St. Ignatius’ Charlie Pophal for the top spot in the 100 free with a time of 49.73 seconds. He also teamed with Kyle and Justin Hopkins and Jeremy Wilson to win the 200 free relay (1:31.91).
Justin Hopkins added individual victories in the 200 free (1:51.3) and 500 free (4:58.32) while Kyle Hopkins won the 100 backstroke (56.39).
The Trojans also dominated the diving competition as Price Anders (202.12) Caleb Aho (197.17) and Marquis Ramsey (179.25) went 1-2-3.
Findlay’s girls team, meanwhile, lost both of its dual meets.
The Trojans fell to Fremont Ross 109-77 and to Rocky River Magnificat 132-53.
As in the boys meet, Findlay dominated the girls diving event. The Trojans’ Bethany Glick won with 226.5 points. Kyah Fleckner (200.4) was second and Amanda Robinson (195.52) was third.
Kendra Wadding had the next-best finish for Findlay’s girls team as she was second in the 100 breaststroke (1:12.77).
The Trojans will be back in action on  Thursday morning then they host Upper Sandusky, Fostoria St. Wendelin and Fostoria Senior in an all-area meet at the University of Findlay’s Sink Natatorium.

Girls Results
WINNERS & FINDLAY GIRLS FINISHES
200 MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Fremont Ross 1:52.02. 4, Findlay (McClellan, J. Zelinsky, Lewis, Wadding) 2:07.07.
200 FREE — 1, Dunne (Mag) 2:02.98.
200 IM — 1, Fisher (FR) 2:16.63. 3, Wadding (Fin) 2:24.8.
50 FREE — 1, Moses (FR) 25.42. 3, Wilson (Fin) 26.72.
DIVING — 1, Glick (Fin) 226.5. 2, Fleckner (Fin) 200.4. 3, Robinson (Fin) 195.52.
100 FLY — 1, Duncan (FR) 1:00.24.
100 FREE — 1, Hawk (FR) 56.17. 3, Wilson (Fin) 57.94.
500 FREE — 1, Moses (FR) 5:24.96.
200 FREE RELAY — 1, Magnificat 1:46.05. 4, Findlay (Wilson, Wadding, Homka, McClellan) 1:48.59.
100 BACK — 1, Hutchinson (Mag) 1:02.08.
100 BREAST — 1, Duncan (FR) 1:07.68. 2, Wadding (Fin) 1:12.77.
400 FREE RELAY — 1, Fremont Ross 3:47.79. 4, Findlay (Wilson, Lewis, Mossholder, Homka) 4:03.39.
Boys Results
WINNERS & FINDLAY BOYS FINISHES
200 MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Cleveland St. Ignatius 1:44.55. 3, Findlay (Stansbery, Copus, Stocker, Je. Wilson) 1:47.26. 5, Findlay (Weickert, Kreinbrink, Patterson, Jorge) 1:58.72.
200 FREE —1, Ju. Hopkins (Fin) 1:51.3. 4, Stansbery (Din) 2:02.77.
200 IM — 1, Hren (CSI) 2:01.6. 2, K. Hopkins (Fin) 2:04.03. 3, Stocker (Fin) 2:08.94.
50 FREE — 1, Hinesman (Fin) 22.25. 3, Je. Wilson (Fin) 23.74. 5, Kreinbrink (Fin) 24.89.
DIVING —1, Anders (Fin) 202.12. 2, Aho (Fin) 197.17. 3, Ramsey (Fin) 179.25.
100 FLY — 1, Simcox (CSI) 52.32. 3, Stocker (Fin) 57.18.
100 FREE — 1, (tie) Hinesman (Fin) & Pophal (CSI) 49.37. 5, Je. Wilson (Fin) 53.89.
500 FREE — 1, Ju. Hopkins (Fin) 4:58.32. 4, Stansbery (Fin) 5:28.61.
200 FREE RELAY — 1, Findlay (K. Hopkins, Je. Wilson, Ju. Hopkins, Hinesman) 1:31.91. 4, Findlay (Copus, Jorge, Kreinbrink, Patterson) 1:42.69.
100 BACK — 1, K. Hopkins (Fin) 56.39. 4, Weickert (Fin) 1:05.59.
100 BREAST — 1, Pigniczky (CSI) 1:08.59. 3, Copus (Fin) 1:09.9. 4, Kreinbrink (Fin) 1:10.88.
400 FREE RELAY — 1, Cleveland St. Ignatius 3:22.13. 2, Findlay (K. Hopkins, J. Hopkins, Stocker, Hinesman) 3:24.44.

BOYS BASKETBALL
EDGERTON 45
MCCOMB 32
BOWLING GREEN — The shots weren’t falling for the McComb boys basketball team at the Stroh Center Saturday night, but they were going down for Ben Reile as he led Edgerton to a 45-32 consolation victory over the Panthers in the Northwest Ohio Holiday Classic.
Reile was 6 of 13 from the field and made 9 of 12 free throws as he led all scorers with 21 points for Edgerton (5-1), which made an appearance in the Division IV Northwest Ohio Regional Championship a season ago.
Jerry Brown, an All-Tournament team selection, scored 10 points for McComb (1-5), which shot just 13 of 44 from the field and 4 of 18 from beyond the arc.
Cody Wilson snared five rebounds, but the Panthers were beaten on the boards 32-19.

 edgerton (5-1)
Nihart1-0—2, Riehle 6-9—21, Wright 1-2—4, Miller 3-2—8, Adams 3-1—7, Brady 0-0—0, McNalley 0-3—3. TOTALS: 14-35 17-26—45.
mccomb (1-5)
Reardon 0-0—0, Schroeder 0-0—0, Dysert 1-0—3, Buck 1-0—2, Hanes 2-0—6, Wilson 1-0—2, Brown 4-2—10, Grubb 2-0—4. TOTALS: 13-44 2-2—32.
Edgerton   7 12 16 10 — 45
McComb   12 2 9 9 — 32
3-Point GOALS: Edgerton 0-4; McComb 4-18 (Hanes 2, Shoop & Dysert 1).
rebounds: Edgerton 32; McComb 19 (Wilson 5).
turnovers: Edgerton 14, McComb 10.

GIBSONBURG 73
ARCADIA 56
ARCADIA — Gibsonburg placed four players in double figures and held a huge rebounding advantage as the Golden Bears defeated Arcadia 73-56 Saturday in nonconference boys basketball action.
Andrew Cantrell drained five 3-pointers and four free throws to lead Gibsonburg (2-4) with 19 points.
Matt Tille (16 points), Tyler Ernsthausen (15 points, 11 rebounds) and Jordan Kreglow (11 points) also made solid contributions for the Golden Bears, who made 25 of 30 free throws.
Casey Mock had a big night for Arcadia (0-6) as he led all scorers with 27 points. He also tallied four assists.
Shae Watkins added 11 points and four rebounds for the Redskins, who were outrebounded 29-17 in the game.

gibsonburg (2-4)
Arriaga 1-0—3, Tille 5-6—16, Kreglow 4-3—11, Jahna 0-0—0, Copley 1-0—2, T. Ernsthausen 5-5—15, B. Ernsthausen 0-2—2, Leavitt 0-0—0, Cantrell 5-4—19, Angelone 0-4—4, Burmeister 0-1—1, Van Der Laar 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-52 25-30—73.
arcadia (0-6)
Bauer 4-0—9, K. Keefe 0-2—2, Ramsey 3-1—7, Watkins 5-1—11, Mock 8-7—27. TOTALS: 20-53 11-19—56.
Gibsonburg   24 17 13 19 — 73
Arcadia   10 13 19 14 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Gibsonburg 6-16 (Cantrell 5, Arriaga 1); Arcadia 5-16 (Mock 4, Bauer 1).
rebounds: Gibsonburg 29 (T. Ernshausen 11, Tille 6); Arcadia 17 (K. Keefe & Watkins 4).
turnovers: Gibsonburg 15, Arcadia 13.
junior varsity: Gibsonburg, 54-24.

FOSTORIA ST. WENDELIN 57
DANBURY 32
FOSTORIA — Nick Schumaker got into a rhythm Saturday night and made it tough for Danbury to slow him down. The Fostoria St. Wendelin standout hit three shots from beyond the arc and scored 14 points as he led the Mohawks to a 57-32 nonconference win over the Lakers.
Brady Rutter also scored in double figures as he clicked for 10 points. The Mohawks (3-4) connected on 22 of 68 shots and got after it on defense as they forced 32 turnovers, including 17 off steals.
Danbury (2-5) shot 16-of-40 from the field and was out of the game early as it trailed 34-10 at halftime. St. Wendelin held a 36-33 edge on the boards and Zach Miller came down with eight rebounds.

St. WENDELIN (3-4)
Schumaker 5-1—14, Rutter 4-2—10, Decker 3-1—7, Root 2-0—6, Miller 2-1—5, Baker 2-0—5, Bello 2-0—4, Murray 1-0—2, Scudder 1-0—2, Walters 0-2—2 . TOTALS: 22-68 7-11 — 57.
DAnbury (2-5)
Miller 6-0—12, Mackall 4-0—8, Stinchcomb 2-0—4, Rhodes 2-0—4, Gerber 1-0—2, Brooks 1-0—2. TOTALS: 16-40 0-6 — 32.
St. Wendelin   15 19 7 16 — 57
Danbury   6 4 10 12 — 32
3-Point GOALS:  St. Wendelin 6-23 (Schumaker 3, Root 2, Baker); Danbury None.
rebounds: St. Wendelin 36 (Miller 8); Danbury 33 (Mackall 9).
turnovers: St. Wendelin 14, Danbury 32.

SHELBY 51
UPPER SANDUSKY 34
UPPER SANDUSKY — A big fourth quarter and a double-double by Trisyan Kehres powered Shelby power past Upper Sandusky in a 51-34 victory Saturday night in a nonconference boys basketball game.
The Whippets (5-3) enjoyed a 29-18 lead through three quarters then finished off the Rams (1-4) by scoring 22 in the final quarter.
Grant Fenner led the Whippets in points with 14 points but Kehres had a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds.
Joe Reile led the Rams with 11 points with help from Trent Howard who scored eight points.

SHELBY (5-3)
Schneider 0-0—0, Orr 0-0—0, Rohde 3-2—8, Kehres 4-2—10, Baird 3-0—6, Young 1-2—2, Cox 0-0—0, L. Bihl 1-0—3, Evans 0-0—0, Fenner 6-2—14, A. J. Bihl 2-0—4, Ousley 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-45 8-12—51.
UPPER SANDUSKY (1-4)
Reile 4-2—11, Clark 0-0—0, Clifford 2-0—4, Howard 3-2—8, Roeder 0-1—1, McMillan 1-0—2, Barnett 0-0—0, Collins 1-1—4, Frey 0-0—0, Mittermaier 2-0—4, Myers 0-0—0. TOTALS: 13 6-8—34.
Shelby   9 14 6 22 — 51
Upper Sandusky   10 2 6 16 — 34
3-Point GOALS: Shelby (Baird); Uppper Sandusky 2 (Reile & Collins).
REBOUNDS: Shelby 29 (Kehres 14); Upper Sandusky (Collins 6) 13.
TURNOVERS: Shelby 11, Upper Sandusky 6.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Shelby, 43-18.

LIMA PERRY 67
FORT JENNINGS 57
FORT JENNINGS — After struggling in the first half, Fort Jennings’ boys basketball team nearly rallied for a win. But the Musketeers, after trimming a 20-point deficit to six heading into the fourth quarter, came up short in a 67-57 loss to Lima Perry on Saturday night.
The Musketeers were down 44-24 at the break but went into the fourth trailing 50-44. Perry managed to survive the rally, though, and hang on for its first win of the season. The Commodores (1-5) shot 24-of-49 from the field and only turned the ball over nine times.
Brandon Kohli came through with a big game for Fort Jennings (1-7), pouring in 20 points to go along with 10 rebounds. Kurt Warnecke added 12 points and Connor Wallenhorst pumped in 10 points and dished out six assists, while Nick Von Sossan scored all nine of his points from 3-point range. The Musketeers shot 22-of-52 from the field and turned the ball over 13 times.
Both teams missed opportunities at the free-throw line. Perry was 12-of-21 and Fort Jennings was 6-of-11 from the line.
Lima Perry (1-5)
Poling 8-5—27, Hodges 7-6—21, Luster 5-0—10, Smith 3-0—6, Johnson 1-1—3. TOTALS: 24-49 12-21 — 67.
fort Jennings (1-7)
Kohli 8-3—20, Warnecke 4-2—12, Wallenhorst 4-1—10, Von Sossan 3-0—9, Kehres 2-0—4, Witler 1-0—2. TOTALS: 22-52 6-11 — 57.
Lima Perry   20 24 6 17 — 67
Fort Jennings   15 9 20 13 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 7 (Von Sossan 3, Warnecke 2, Ricker, Kohli); Lima Perry 7 (Poling 6, Hodges).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 28, Lima Perry 27.
turnovers: Fort Jennings 13, Lima Perry 9.
junior varsity: Fort Jennings, 45-29.

LEIPSIC 68
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 38
BASCOM — Zach Kuhlman scored 20 points and three other Leipsic teammates joined him in double figures as the Vikings defeated Hopewell-Loudon 68-38 Saturday in nonconference boys basketball action.
Kuhlman was 4 of 9 from beyond the arc and also made four 2-point field goals to lead all scorers. He also had six steals.
Austin Brown had a big game inside with 13 points and 13 rebounds as well for Leipsic (5-1), which has won four consecutive games.
Devon Mangas added 14 points and six assists, while Josh Gerten clicked for 10 points for the Vikings.
Alec Gregg buried four treys on his way to a team-high 19 points for Hopewell-Loudon, which was outrebounded 32-22.

leipsic (5-1)
Mangas 6-2—14, Haselman 0-0—0, Steffan 2-0—4, Brown 5-3—13, Barrera 1-0—2, Bennett 0-0—0, M. Kuhlman 0-2—2, Z. Kuhlman 8-0—20, A. Schroeder 0-2—2, Gerten 3-2—10, Gerdeman 0-0—0, C. Schroeder 0-1—1, Lopez 0-0—0. TOTALS: 25-55 12-21—68.
hopewell-Loudon (5-2)
W. Hill 0-0—0, Sendelbach 0-0—0, B. Hill 0-0—0, Gregg 7-1—19, Runion 0-0—0, Black 1-0—2, Depinet 0-0—0, Lommerse 2-3—8, Imes 4-0—8, Rohrbach 0-1—1, Steinmetz 0-0—0. TOTALS: 14-33 5-14—38.
Leipsic   16 19 18 13 — 68
Hopewell-Loudon   9 9 13 7 — 38
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 6-17 (Z. Kuhlman 4, Gerten 2); Hopewell-Loudon 5-9 (Gregg 4, Lommerse 1).
rebounds: Leipsic 32 (Brown 13, Barrera 6); Hopewell-Loudon 22 (Black 5).
turnovers: Leipsic 12, Hopewell-Loudon 28.
junior varsity: Leipsic, 51-31.

NEW KNOXVILLE 62
ADA 48
NEW KNOXVILLE — An early first-quarter lead set the tone for New Knoxville in a 62-48 victory over Ada in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
The Rangers (3-2) ended the first quarter with an 18-3 lead and never looked back.
Issac Kuntz scored a game-high 17 points, including five 3-pointers for the Rangers. Andrew Arnett added 14 points.
Austin Cobb and Austin Dumbaugh led the Bulldogs (2-5) with 13 points apiece. Cobb finished with a team-high three 3-pointers.

ADA(2-5)
Szippi 1-0—2, Sautter 3-0—6, M. Roberson 0-0—0, Cobb 5-0—13, Waller 0-0—0, Acheson 3-1—8, E. Roberson 0-0—0 Dumbaugh 4-5—13, Decker 2-2—6, Archer 0-0—0, Ansley 0-0—0, Chen 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18 8-13—48.
NEW KNOXVILLE(3-2)
Arnett 6-2—14, Kuntz 6-0—17, Lagman 3-0—7, How 2-0—5, Allen 2-2—7, Topp 1-0—2, Kuck 4-0—8, Fullenkamp 0-2—2. TOTALS: 24 6-9—62.
Ada   3 14 14 17 — 48
New Knoxville   18 14 16 14 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Ada 4 ( Cobb 3, Acheson); New Knoxville 8 (Kuntz 5, Lagman, Howe & Allen).

NEW RIEGEL 79
RIVERDALE 57
NEW RIEGEL — Riverdale didn’t have an answer for New Riegel’s Brandyn Reinhart on Saturday night. Reinhart torched the Falcons for 33 points as the Blue Jackets rolled to a 79-57 nonconference win on Saturday night.
Jake Dryfuse added 14 points to go with his 14 rebounds as New Riegel (7-1) shot 34-of-60 from the floor and dominated defensively by forcing 18 turnovers. The Falcons (1-6) only trailed 18-16 after one quarter and went into halftime down 38-31, but the end of the third, New Riegel had a 63-45 advantage and was well on its way to another win.
Riverdale tried to keep pace as Lee Holderman dropped in 16 points while Chad Pever and Jimmy Fox clicked for 12 points apiece.
But the Falcons shot 19-of-43 from the floor and were out-rebounded 35-22. Dilon Farrow scored only five points for Riverdale but he came through with 13 rebounds.

RiverdaLe (1-6)
Holderman 7-0—16, Pever 3-4—12, J. Fox 4-2—12, A. Fox 2-2–7, Farrow 2-1—5, Pickett 1-2—4, Loveridge 0-1—1. TOTALS: 1-45 12-21 — 57.
New Riegel (7-1)
Reinhart 14-5—33, Dryfuse 7-0—14, Williams 3-1—9, Wank 4-0–8, Burns 2-1—5, Nye 1-2—4, Smith 1-0—2, Schalk 1-0–2, Hohman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 34-60 9-16 —79
Riverdale   16 15 15 11 — 57
New Riegel   18 20 25 16 — 79
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 7 (J. Fox 2, Pever 2, Holderman 2, A. Fox); New Riegel 2 (Williams 2).
rebounds: Riverdale 22 (Farrow 13); New Riegel 35 (Dryfuse 14).
turnovers: Riverdale 18, New Riegel 10.
junior varsity: New Riegel, 50-25.

FOSTORIA 54
TIFFIN CALVERT 50
TIFFIN — It wasn’t easy but Fostoria picked up its first win of the season as the Redmen edged Tiffin Calvert 54-50 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
Fostoria’s 17-11 edge in the second quarter proved to be the difference in the game.
Adonis Cousin led the charge for Fostoria by scoring 19 points and grabbing six rebounds. David Cook chipped in 12 points with six boards as the Redmen improved to 1-5.
Mike Bennett tossed in 13 points and Donovan Stith added 10 for the Senecas (1-7).

fostoria (1-5)
Cook 5-1—12, Ticey 0-0—0, V. Cousin 0-0—0, Sferro 1-0—3, A. Cousin 8-3—19, Hampton 0-0—0, Fuller 3-3—10, Abell 0-2—2, Stennett 1-0—2, Bemis 3-0—6, Martin 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-53 9-18 — 54.
tiffin calvert (1-7)
Gruss 2-2—7, Iannantuono 1-1—3, Bennett 5-3—13, Stith 5-0—10, Ball 2-1—5, Thompson 1-0—2, Long 1-0—2, Perry 4-0—8. TOTALS: 21-53 7-14 — 50.
Fostoria   9 17 12 16 — 54
Tiffin Calvert   10 11 13 16 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 3-9 (Cook, Fuller, Sferro); Tiffin Calvert 1-11 (Gruss).
REBOUNDS: Fostoria 21 (A. Cousin, Cook 6); Tiffin Calvert 31 (Gruss 9).
TURNOVERS: Fostoria 15, Tiffin Calvert 22.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Fostoria, 57-41.

ARLINGTON 53
LIMA TEMPLE CHR.  40
LIMA — Arlington came through at the free throw line Saturday night and the Red Devils survived a tough third quarter to defeat Lima Temple Christian 53-40 in nonconference boys basketball action.
Arlington (6-0) had a comfortable 28-13 lead by halftime, but scored just one point in the third quarter, allowing the Pioneers to get within 29-23 entering the final period.
The Red Devils made 17 of 21 free throws, though, to take the win.
Andrew Hunter was at the forefront of Arlington’s strong free throw shooting as he made 10 of 13 attempts from the line and led the Red Devils with 19 points.
Michael Blunk secured another double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds for Arlington, which is off to its best start since the 2003-2004 season.
Andrew Rhoad (20 points) and Evan Sutton (16) had solid performances for Lima Temple (4-3), but the Pioneers had just three players score in the game.

 arlington (6-0)
Metzger 0-0—0, Hunter 4-10—19, Freed 2-0—6, Steinman 0-0—0, Werst 0-0—0, Green 0-0—0, McBride 1-1—4, Frysinger 2-2—6, Glick 1-0—2, Blunk 6-4—16. TOTALS: 16-39 17-21—53.
lima temple christian (4-3)
Sutton 6-3—16, Zwiebel 0-0—0, Bolon 0-0—0, Bowman 0-0—0, Good 0-0—0, Kroehler 1-1—4, Long 0-0—0, Rex 0-0—0, Rhoad 9-2—20. TOTALS: 16-39 6-11—40.
Arlington   15 13 1 24 — 53
Lima Temple Christian   8 5 10 17 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Arlington 4-13 (Freed 2, Hunter & McBride 1); Lima Temple Christian 2-8 (Sutton & Kroehler 1).
rebounds: Arlington 26 (Blunk 10, Frysinger 6); Lima Temple Christian 24 (Rhoad 6, Sutton & Kroehler 5).
turnovers: Arlington 8, Lima Temple Christian 17.
junior varsity: Arlington, 37-18.

WAYNE TRACE 72
MILLER CITY 53
MILLER CITY — Miller City’s boys basketball team struggled in the middle two quarters against Wayne Trace Saturday night and it proved costly to the Wildcats in a 72-53 loss to the Raiders.
Miller City led 20-17 after one quarter but scored only 16 points over the next two quarters as Wayne Trace built a commanding 55-36 lead heading into the fourth.
Austin Lammers and Ross Kaufman scored 14 and 12 points, respectively for Miller City (4-2), which connected on just 15 of its 50 shots from the field. The Wildcats, who also got 10 points from Russell Niese, were 18-of-29 from the free-throw line.
The Raiders outscored the Wildcats 19-9 in the second to take a 36-29 lead into halftime. Corbin Linder paced the Raiders (4-1) with 19 points while Dalton Sinn and Ryan Kortokrax clicked for 13 points apiece. Linder drilled five 3-pointers.

Wayne Trace (4-1)
Linder 7-0—19, Sinn 6-0—13, Kortokrax 6-1—13, Gudakunst 1-6—8, McClain 3-2—8, Speice 2-2—6, Gerber 0-2—2, Worden 1-0—2, Wenzlick 0-1—1. TOTALS: 26-49 14-18 — 72
Miller city (4-2)
Lammers 4-3—14, Kaufman 5-2–12, R. Niese 2-5—10, A. Niese 1-6—8, Heuerman 2-1—6, Vennekotter 1-1—3. TOTALS: 15-50 18-29 —53.
Wayne Trace   17 19 19 17 — 72
Miller City   20 9 7 17 — 53
3-Point GOALS:  Wayne Trace 6-15 (Linder 5, Sinn); Miller City 5-21 (Lammers 3, R. Niese, Heuerman).
rebounds: Wayne Trace 33 (Sinn 7); Miller City 33 (Lammers 8).
turnovers: Wayne Trace 13, Miller City 12.
junior varsity: Wayne Trace, 39-33.

NORTHWOOD 59
NORTH BALTIMORE 28
NORTHWOOD — The North Baltimore boys basketball team had eight players score Saturday night, but none of the eight players scored more than five points as Northwood beat the Tigers 59-28 in nonleague play.
Tyler Williams drained five 3-pointers and finished with game-high 29 points. Brandon Hoffman added 10 for the Rangers (3-4).
Jordan Watson led North Baltimore (1-6) with five points.

 north baltimore (1-6)
Nichols 0-3—3, Frost 1-0—2, Newcomer 1-0—2, Watson 2-1—5, Cotterman 1-0—2, Boyer 0-0—0, Williams 1-1—3, Solly 2-0—4, Bishop 1-1—3, Trumbull 1-2—4. TOTALS: 9 10-21—28.
northwood (3-4)
Davenport 1-1—3, Zieroff 2-2—6, Wilson 0-0—0, Williams 11-2—29, Hoffman 5-0—10, Autman Perkins 1-0—2, Segura 2-0—4, Leviolette 0-0—0. TOTALS: 23 8-11—59.
North Baltimore   2 4 3 19 — 28
Northwood   18 12 24 5 — 59
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 0; Northwood 5 (Williams 5).
rebounds: North Baltimore 23; Northwood 30 (Segura 9).
turnovers: North Baltimore 24, Northwood 10.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 46-37.

LIBERTY-BENTON 97
FAIRVIEW 40
SHERWOOD — Liberty-Benton’s Adam Cytlak scored 20 points as the Eagles made the long trip to Fairview and smoked the winless Apaches 97-40 in a nonconference boys basketball game Sarurday night.
Cytlak also added four assists as Liberty-Benton improved to 4-0 while Fairview slipped to 0-7.
John Darnall and Zach Garver both scored 16 points and Ryan Geise added 10. Geise and Darnall both added four assists while Brandon May grabbed 13 rebounds.
Trevor Layman netted nine points for Fairview.

Liberty-Benton (3-0)
Cytlak 6-3—20, Darnall 5-2—16, Lawson 2-3—7, Haan 0-0—0, Geise 2-5—10, Garver 6-1—16, Linhart 4-1—9, Maag 3-1—7, May 2-3—7, Craft 1-0—2, Steinman 0-1—1, Loughman 1-0–2. TOTALS: 32 20-26—97.
Fairview (0-7)
Graziani 1-0—2, Schnipke 0-0—0, Wolfrum 0-1—1, Bastater 3-0—7, Zeedyk 1-2—4, Timbrook 3-1—7, Guilford 3-0—8, Robinson 0-0—0, Layman 3-3—9, Edbaugh 0-0–0, Smith 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15 7-15—40.
Liberty-Benton   23 25 31 18 — 97
Fairview   10 7 15 8 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 13-24 (Cytlak 5, Darnall 4, Garver 3, Geise); Fairview 3-13 (Guilford 2, Bastater).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 38 (May 13); Fairview 21 (Layman 9).
turnovers: Fairview 20, Liberty-Benton 14.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 48-39.

CAREY 54
BUCKEYE CENTRAL 52
NEW WASHINGTON — Carey held off a big fourth-quarter rally by Buckeye Central to stay unbeaten as the Blue Devils topped the Bucks 54-52 in a nonconference boys basketball game Friday night.
The Blue Devils (7-0) led by six after three periods but were outgunned by the Bucks 19-11 in the fourth quarter.
Justin Meek tossed in 19 points to lead a trio of Carey players in double figures. Jared Wentling scored 16 points and Bryan Powers added 10.
Austin Wurm led Buckeye Central (2-5) with 19 points.

CAREY (7-0)
Patton 0-0—0, Holsinger 2-1—5, Powers 4-0—10, Boes 2-0—4, J. Wentling 6-4—16, Meek 8-0—19, Patrick 0-0—0. TOTALS: 22-47 5-11—54.
BUCKEYE CENTRAL (2-5)
A. Wurm 5-6—18, Christy 1-0—2, Niese 4-0—9, S. Wurm 4-0—9, Loy 1-0—3, Snyder 4-1—9, Hanes 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-52 7-10—52.
Carey   16 8 19 11 — 54
Buckeye Central   5 10 18 19 — 52
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central 7-13 (S. Wurm 3, A. Wurm 2, Niese & Loy); Carey 5-13 (meek 3, Powers 2).
rebounds: Buckeye Central 26, Carey 16.
turnovers: Buckeye Central 19, Carey 16.
junior varsity: Carey, 47-28.

COLUMBUS GROVE 54
PATRICK HENRY 31
HAMLER — Columbus Grove got back on the winning track as the Bulldogs defeated Patrick Henry 54-31 Saturday in nonconference boys basketball action.
Columbus Grove improved to 3-3 with the win. Patrick Henry fell to 0-4 on the season.

PREP HOCKEY: Findlay 1-1-1 at Padua Tourney
PARMA — Findlay High School’s hockey team is all even after the first two days of the Parma Padua Christmas Tournament.
The Trojans lost their opener 6-2 to Mentor Lake Catholic on Friday but rebounded to post a win and a tie on the tournament’s second day for a 1-1-1 record so far in the event.
Andy Martin scored a pair of goals to lead Findlay in Friday’s loss to Lake Catholic, the No. 11 team in the latest Ohio High School Hockey Coaches state rankings.
Andy Martin and Lucas Stump each scored a pair of goals in Findlay’s 7-2 win over Padua in Saturday’s opener.
The Trojans, who were missing two top players because of rules infractions, also got goals from Drew Thompson, Clay Robertson and A.J. Bishop in the rout of the host Bruins.
Drew Thompson and Conner Curlis both had two assists and Martin and Mason Williams both had one.
Findlay had a 45-18 edge in shots. Tim Koch recorded 16 saves to get the win for the Trojans.
In Saturday’s nightcap, Findlay got a pair of goals to erase a 3-1 deficit as the Trojans skated to a 3-3 tie with fifth-ranked Hunting Valley University School.
Andy Martin got the Trojans, who were back at full strength against the Preppers, on the board in the first period as Martin scored with an assist from Kirby Simeon to tie the match at 1-1.
After back-to-back goals by University School, Findlay’s Ethan Willis put the puck in the net late in the second period on assists from Mason Williams and Lucas Stump.
Williams tied it with 10:23 remaining in the contest after assists from Simeon and Stump.
University School had a 39-36 edge in shots. Alex Woolley recorded 36 saves for the Trojans.
Findlay will wrap up the tournament today with a match against Lake Catholic at 9:20 a.m.