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Prep Schedule & Updates: 01-04-13

There’s a big Saturday of local sports on tap for today and we’ll have the latest on all of the action tonight here at The Courier.
The University of Findlay basketball teams continue their Michigan road swings with a pair of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference games at Grand Valley State beginning at 1 p.m. Courier writer Brian Lester will have the latest on the Oilers today.
There are 13 girls and 15 boys basketball games on today’s schedule. Findlay High School’s boys basketball team hosts unbeaten Defiance in a big nonconference game that can be heard tonight beginning at 7:15 p.m. on 1330 AM WFIN. The game will also be streamed live on WFIN.com.
Also tonight, Ottawa-Glandorf visits Bluffton in a nonconference boys game. Doug Jenkins will call tonight’s game on 106.3 FM The Fox. The game will also be streamed on the Internet at 1063thefox.com.
There is also a full slate of swimming, wrestling, bowling and hockey on the schedule as well.
We’ll have scores and stories on all of the action later tonight on The Courier’s sports weblog, The Blanchard River Buzz. You can also get the latest sports updates by following us on Twitter; @Courier_Sports.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Results
North Central Conference
Buckeye Central 68, Upper Sandusky 59
Bucyrus 64, Crestline 39
Colonel Crawford 82, Wynford 41
Riverdale 65, Galion Senior 53
Sandusky Bay Conference
Sandusky Perkins 61, Clyde 54
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Cardinal Stritch 55, Danbury 22
Gibsonburg 68, Northwood 12
Maumee Valley Country Day 62, Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 22
Ottawa Hills 41, Toledo Christian 33
Other NW Ohio Games
Allen East 43, Lima Temple Christian 40
Antwerp 67, Stryker 60
Archbold 71, Fairview 41
Ayersville 89, Montpelier 39
Bedford, Mich. 67, Toledo Whitmer 50
Bellevue 70, Genoa 68
Bryan 65, Tinora 56
Canton GlenOak 71, Wooster Senior 53
Carey 58, Van Buren 55
Celina 80, New Bremen 59
Clear Fork 69, Lucas 25
Coldwater 47, Lima Shawnee 46
Columbus Grove 57, Fort Jennings 34
Danville 58, Grove City Christian 56
Delta 60, Edgerton 36
Eastwood 80, New Riegel 51
Elida 70, Toledo Woodward 54
Elmwood 43, Hopewell-Loudon 33
Elyria Catholic 69, Huron 66, 2-OT
Fayette 39, Hicksville 38
Findlay 48, Defiance 34
Fort Recovery 62, Lincolnview 31
Fort Wayne Carroll 59, Van Wert 54
Franklin-Monroe 54, Sidney Lehman 39
Fremont Ross 79, Toledo Waite 38
Holgate 75, Mohawk 38
Jackson Center 57, Waynesfield-Goshen 17
Kalida 50, McComb 39
Lake 68, Old Fort 65
Leipsic 61, Continental 45
Lexington 64, Shelby 47
Liberty Center 50, Otsego 18
Liberty-Benton 58, Wapakoneta 35
Lima Bath 61, St. Henry 56
Marion Local 59, Anna 43
Massillon Tuslaw 45, Orrville 44
Miller City 46, Pandora-Gilboa 31
New Knoxville 72, Botkins 30
North Baltimore 75, Ridgemont 36
Norwalk Senior 74, Western Reserve 45
Ottawa-Glandorf 71, Bluffton 51
Ottoville 50, Minster 46
Patrick Henry 57, Pettisville 50
Paulding 63, Parkway 43
Perrysburg 66, Toledo St. Francis 54
Riverside at Sidney Fairlawn
Rossford 66, Oregon Clay 62
Sandusky St. Mary’s 84, Fremont St. Joseph 41
Spencerville 69, St. Marys Memorial 44
Swanton 50, North Central 39
Tiffin Calvert 62, Mansfield St. Peter’s 57
Tiffin Columbian 54, Marion Harding 44
Toledo Scott 66, Tol. Cent. Catholic 60, 3-OT
Toledo St. John’s 53, DeLaSalle Collegiate, Mich. 41
Toledo Start 80, Bowling Green 74
Upper Scioto Valley 60, Ada 55
Versailles 59, Fort Loramie 50
Wauseon 53, Maumee 38
Wayne Trace 45, Napoleon 34
West Holmes 54, Sugarcreek Garaway 34
Willard 65, Castalia Margaretta 52

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results
North Central Conference
Bucyrus 73, Galion Senior 29
Riverdale 58, Buckeye Central 30
Upper Sandusky 58, Colonel Crawford 33
Wynford 55, Crestline 13
Northern Ohio League
Norwalk Senior 65, Shelby 43
Willard 76, Bellevue 58
Firelands Conference
Ashland Mapleton at New London
Norwalk St. Paul 54, Western Reserve 50
Plymouth at Monroeville
South Central 68, Ashland Crestview 54
Mid-Buckeye Conference
Loudonville 42, Mansfield Christian 37
Mansfield St. Peter’s 51, Howard East Knox 24
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Ashland Senior 54, Lexington 29
Orrville 59, Mansfield Madison 55
West Holmes 83, Mansfield Senior 30
Wooster Senior 61, Clear Fork 58, 2-OT
Sandusky Bay Conference
Clyde 84, Castalia Margaretta 29
Huron 54, Sandusky St. Mary’s 31
Oak Harbor 47, Port Clinton 46
Other NW Ohio Games
Allen East 68, Upper Scioto Valley 44
Anna 51, Tiffin Calvert 32
Arlington 60, Mohawk 38
Bluffton 63, Lima Perry 25
Bowling Green 62, Fremont Ross 33
Carey 58, McComb 44
Columbus Grove 50, Ottoville 45
Consortium College Preparatory at Toledo Scott
Danville 57, Lucas 6
Delphos Jefferson 74, Edgerton 38
Delphos St. John’s 60, Fort Jennings 25
Elmwood 62, Van Buren 51
Fort Loramie 62, New Bremen 18
Hopewell-Loudon 74, Fostoria Senior 31
Kenton 56, Hardin Northern 21
Lake Ridge Academy 57, Toledo Bowsher 25
Liberty-Benton 77, Ada 32
Lima Cent. Cath. 51, Coldwater 45
Lima Shawnee 61, Findlay 41
Minster 57, Celina 30
Montpelier 59, Monclova Christian 21
North Baltimore 65, Ridgemont 22
Old Fort 46, Maumee Valley Country Day 25
Oregon Clay 67, Bryan 49
Sandusky Perkins 44, Milan Edison 41
Sandusky Senior 54, Ontario 49
St. Henry 38, Mississinawa Valley 29
St. Marys Memorial 47, Sidney Lehman 31
St. Wendelin 45, Arcadia 42
Sylvania Southview 48, Toledo Start 35
Tiffin Columbian 49, Marion Harding 37
Toledo Whitmer 57, Bedford, Mich. 48
Van Wert 60, Fort Recovery 52
Wapakoneta 57, Kalida 45
Waynesfield-Goshen 54, Pandora-Gilboa 52

GIRLS BASKETBALL
ARLINGTON 60
MOHAWK 38
ARLINGTON — Dani Heaster finished with 17 points, six steals, five rebounds and three assists for Arlington as the Red Devils pulled away in the second half to earn a 60-38 nonleague girls basketball win against Mohawk on Saturday.
Arlington, which improved its record to 9-2, blew open a 26-20 halftime lead by closing the game on a 34-18 run to put Mohawk away.
The Warriors (6-6) were outrebounded 32-22 and committed 27 turnovers in the game.
Haley Dillon dropped in 13 points, Sierra Nichols added 11 points and five rebounds, Whitney Dodds grabbed six boards and Hannah Johnson handed out four assists for the Red Devils.
Julie Adelsperger led Mohawk with 16 points and eight rebounds, Megan Cleveland contributed 12 points and Clara Adelsperger notched four steals and three assists.

MOHAWK (6-6)
C. Adelsperger 0-0—0, J. Adelsperger 6-0—16, K. Adelsperger 1-3—5, Moes 0-0—0, A. Weinandy 2-0—4, Price 0-0—0, Luhring 0-1—1, B. Weinandy 0-0—0, Cleveland 6-0—12, Weininger 0-0—0, McClain 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-40 4-6—38.
ARLINGTON (9-2)
Nichols 5-1—11, H. Johnson 3-1—7, Dillon 4-5—13, Dodds 0-0—0, McMath 1-0—2, M. Johnson 1-0—3, Schmehl 0-0—0, Willow 1-0—2, Mains 1-0—3, Alexander 1-0—2, Heaster 6-5—17. TOTALS: 23-57 12-17—60.
Mohawk 12 8 10 8 — 38
Arlington 13 13 17 17 — 60
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 4-9 (J. Adelsperger 4); Arlington 2-17 (M. Johnson, Mains).
rebounds: Mohawk 22 (J. Adelsperger 8); Arlington 32 (Dodds 6).
turnovers: Mohawk 27, Arlington 15.
junior varsity: Arlington, 24-19.

CAREY 58
MCCOMB 44
MCCOMB — Shelby Kin dropped 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to help Carey’s girls basketball team remain unbeaten with a 58-44 win over McComb Saturday.
Carey (10-0) opened the game by outscoring the Panthers 16-8 in the first quarter. A 13-4 third-quarter advantage sealed the game.
Logan Johnson was the only other Blue Devil in double figures with 10 points. Sydney Wentling and Hannah Draper each added nine points.
Nora Hemminger netted 16 points for McComb (7-4), and Emily Clymer added 15 points with six rebounds. Brenna Dee grabbed five boards.

carey (10-0)
Kin 6-3—15, S. Wentling 4-0—9, M. Wentling 1-0—2, Hoepf 2-0—5, Rymer 3-1—7, Johnson 4-2—10, G. Wentling 0-1—1, Draper 3-2—9, Bash 0-0—0, Worst 0-0—0, Hall 0-0—0. TOTALS: 23-9—58.
mccomb (7-4)
Hemminger 6-3—16, Buck 1-0—3, Dee 1-1—4, Clymer 6-3—15, Herr 2-0—4, Reigle 1-0—2, Hammond 0-0—0. TOTALS: 17-46 7-10—44.
Carey 16 13 13 16 — 58
McComb 8 16 4 16 — 44
3-Point GOALS: Carey 3 (S. Wentling, Hoepf & Draper); McComb 3-11 (Hemminger, Buck & Dee).
turnovers: McComb 21, Carey 15.

RIVERDALE 58
BUCKEYE CENTRAL 30
MOUNT BLANCHARD — Jordyn Wright scored 16 points and Sydney Holderman added 14 to help Riverdale’s girls basketball team knock off Buckeye Central 58-30 Saturday and remain undefeated in the North Central Conference.
The Falcons (7-2, 5-0 NCC) outscored Buckeye Central 15-5 in the first quarter, and 35-15 in the second half.
Taylor Frey had nine points, and a team-high six steals and four assists for Riverdale, which forced 29 Buckeye Central turnovers.
Brooke Karl led the Buckettes (4-5, 2-3 NCC) with 11 points.

buckeye central (4-5, 2-3 NCC)
Hildebrand 1-2—4, Fagan 0-1—1, Karl 5-1—11, Kimmel 4-0—8, Weithman 1-0—2, Biglin 2-0—4. TOTALS: 13 4—30.
riverdale (7-2, 5-0 NCC)
T. Wright 2-0—4, Holderman 4-4—14, Parish 2-0—4, J. Wright 7-1—16, Frey 4-1—9, Walter 3-1—7, Taylor 1-0—2, Hill 1-0—2, Farrow 0-0—0, Kuenzli 0-0—0, Farmer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 24-54 7-13—58.
Buckeye Central 5 10 6 9 — 30
Riverdale 15 8 19 16 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central none; Riverdale 3 (Holderman 2, J. Wright 1).
rebounds: Buckeye Central 37; Riverdale 27 (Parish 8).
turnovers: Buckeye Central 29, Riverdale 9.
junior varsity: Riverdale 47-34.

ELMWOOD 62
VAN BUREN 51
BLOOMDALE — Samantha Ervin and Kristen Curtis combined for 30 points and 16 rebounds as Elmwood used a big second-half performance to defeat Van Buren 62-51 on Saturday in nonconference action.
The Royals (7-4) trailed 31-24 at halftime before outscoring the Black Knights 38-20 over the final two periods to claim the victory.
Despite shooting 16 of 32 (50 percent) from inside the arc, Van Buren only managed to make 3 of 15 (20 percent) from three-point range and was outrebounded 32-21.
Marissa Swavel added 10 points and Tiffany Hillard had eight points to go with four assists and four steals for Elmwood.
Van Buren (1-8) was led by Nichole Miller’s 18 points and six steals, Paige Sudlow notched 10 points and seven boards and Rachel Wymer tallied nine points, seven rebounds and four assists.

VAN BUREN (1-8)
Wise 3-0—6, Endicott 1-1—3, Miller 7-4—18, Cooper 0-0—0, Wymer 2-3—9, Lasley 1-0—2, Sturgill 0-0—0, Hassan 1-0—3, Sudlow 4-2—10, Edler 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-47 10-21—51.
ELMWOOD (7-4)
Sears 4-0—8, Hillard 2-4—8, Curtis 5-0—14, Veryser 1-2—4, Swavel 2-6—10, Emmitt 0-2—2, George 0-0—0, Bradford 0-0—0, Ervin 6-4—16, Kynard 0-0—0, Marsh 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20-55 18-34—62.
Van Buren 11 20 11 9 — 51
Elmwood 8 16 20 18 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 3-15 (Wymer 2, Hassan); Elmwood 4-8 (Curtis 4).
rebounds: Van Buren 21 (Sudlow & Wymer 7); Elmwood 32 (Ervin & Curtis 8).
turnovers: Van Buren 16, Elmwood 22.
junior varsity: Elmwood, 48-27.

LIBERTY-BENTON 77
ADA 32
Rachel Myers’ 27 points and Lauren Kotey’s 16 points and 10 rebounds carried Liberty-Benton’s girls basketball team to a dominating 77-32 win over Ada Saturday.
Liberty-Benton (9-1) scored 22, 26 and 20 points in each of the first three quarters, respectively. Ada combined to score 19 points during that span.
Myers, Nicolette Devincentis and Carrie Reynolds each drained three 3-pointers for the Eagles, which shot 9 of 20 from downtown and 29 of 49 (59 percent) overall. Myers also had a team-high six assists.
Alexis Amburgey had 11 points to lead the Bulldogs (4-5), which shot 10 of 43 from the floor.

ada (4-5)
Gonzaga 1-0—2, Amburgey 5-0—11, Faine 0-1—1, Walden 1-3—5, H. Wyss 2-1—6, T. Wyss 1-4—7, Sutton 0-0—0, Archer 0-0—0, Wildman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 10-43 9-12—32.
liberty-benton (9-1)
Trevino 1-2—4, Kotey 8-0—16, Myers 8-8—27, Lyon 1-0—2, Hiegel 4-0—8, Devincentis 4-0—11, Reynolds 3-0—9, Simon 0-0—0, Colchagoff 0-0—0. TOTALS: 29-49 10-17—77.
Ada 7 7 5 13 — 32
Liberty-Benton 22 26 20 9 — 77
3-Point GOALS: Ada 3 (Amburgey, H. Wyss & T. Wyss 1); Liberty-Benton 9 (Myers, Devincentis & Reynolds 3).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 37 (Kotey 10); Ada 13.
turnovers: Ada 12, Liberty-Benton 5.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 42-33.

COLUMBUS GROVE 50
OTTOVILLE 45
COLUMBUS GROVE — The free-throw line was the deciding factor in Columbus Grove’s 50-45 Putnam County League victory against Ottoville on Saturday.
The Bulldogs (7-4 overall, 2-1 PCL) were 13 of 34 (38 percent) from the field, while the Big Green recorded a 21 of 47 (45 percent) shooting performance.
The difference came at the charity stripe where Columbus Grove knocked in 19 of 23 (83 percent) to Ottoville’s 13 of 18 (72 percent).
The Big Green (4-5, 1-1) won by a slim 20-18 margin in rebounding, but turned the ball over 18 times.
Sydney McCluer, Sammi Stechschulte and Kyra Yinger each dropped in 10 points and Julia Wynn snared five rebounds for the Bulldogs.
Ottoville’s Taylor Mangas finished with 11 points and seven boards, while Brooke Mangas and Alicia Honigford each netted nine points.

OTTOVILLE (4-5, 1-1 PCL)
Kramer 1-0—2, T. Mangas 3-4—11, B. Mangas 2-4—9, Honigford 3-3—9, Landwehr 0-2—2, Lindeman 4-0—8, Wannemacher 2-0–4. TOTALS: 21-47 13-18—45.
COLUMBUS GROVE (7-4, 2-1)
McCluer 2-4—10, Clement 1-4—6, Stechschulte 2-5—10, Schumacher 2-1—7, Wynn 2-3—7, Yinger 4-2—10. TOTALS: 13-34 19-23—50.
Ottoville 12 13 5 15 — 45
Columbus Grove 11 12 13 14 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 2-8 (T. Mangas, B. Mangas); Columbus Grove 5-13 (McCluer 2, Schumacher 2, Stechschulte).
rebounds: Ottoville 20 (T. Mangas 7); Columbus Grove 18 (Wynn 5).
turnovers: Ottoville 18; Columbus Grove 14.
junior varsity: Ottoville, 31-18.

BLUFFTON 63
LIMA PERRY 25
BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s girls basketball blanked Lima Perry 17-0 in the first quarter and cruised to a 63-25 nonconference win Saturday.
Sarah Schriner led the Pirates (7-3) with 19 points, including nine in the second quarter. Paige Buroker added 17 with a team-high three 3-pointers.
Lexis Davis had 11 points for Lima Perry (1-11).

lima perry (1-11)
Kleman 1-0—2, Davis 4-3—11, Sanks 1-0—2, Philips 1-1—3, Fowler 3-0—6, Watson 0-1—1, Hodges 0-0—0, Moore 0-0—0, Edmonds 0-0—0, Trent 0-0—0, Cox 0-0—0. TOTALS: 10 5-13—25.
bluffton (7-3)
Schriner 9-0—19, Buroker 7-0—17, Fruchey 2-3—8, Barry 1-0—2, Schmutz 0-2—2, L. Parkins 0-1—1, Prichard 1-0—2, A. Parkins 3-4—12, Hunt 0-0—0, A. Baker 0-0—0, H. Baker 0-0—0, Joseph 0-0—0, T. Monday 0-0—0, N. Monday 0-0—0. TOTALS: 23 10-15—63.
Lima Perry 0 7 8 10 — 25
Bluffton 17 16 15 15 — 63
3-Point GOALS: Lima Perry 0; Bluffton 7 (Buroker 3, A. Parkins 2, Schriner & Fruchey).
turnovers: Lima Perry 25, Bluffton 11.

ST. WENDELIN 45
ARCADIA 42
FOSTORIA — Kamryn Troike scored 16 points and blocked three shots to lead Fostoria St. Wendelin to a 45-42 nonconference girls basketball win over Arcadia Saturday night.
Edy Mowrey and Allie Rutter both chipped in 10 points for the Mohawks (5-6).
Arcadia’s Courtney Cramer led all scorers with 17 points.

ARCADIA (6-3)
Cramer 6-1—17, Kirian 2-2—7, Glick 2-0—4, Dauterman 2-0—4, Ware 2-0—4, Pina 1-0—2, Ball 1-0—2, A. Mock 0-1—1, M. Mock 0-1—1, Coward 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16-46 5-10—42.
Fostoria St. Wendelin (5-6)
Troike 7-2—16, Mowrey 3-3—10, Rutter 2-6—10, McAfee 3-2—8, Burns 0-1—1, Williams 0-0–0, Weidner 0-0-0, Reineck 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-32 14-19—45.
Arcadia 15 3 13 11 — 42
Fostoria St. Wendelin 15 3 13 11 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Arcadia 5-14 (Cramer 4, Kirian); Fostoria St. Wendelin 1-7 (Mowrey).
rebounds: Arcadia 32 (Dauterman 7, Glick 6); Fostoria St. wendelin 25 (Mowrey 5).
turnovers: Fostoria St. Wendelin 20, Arcadia 11.
WAPAKONETA 57
KALIDA 45
WAPAKONETA — Sara Warner recorded a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds as Wapakoneta ran away from Kalida in a 57-45 victory Saturday in a meeting of nonconference girls basketball foes.
The Indians (6-4) held a slim 27-26 lead at the half, but the Wildcats were unable to keep up down the stretch and were outscored 30-19 after halftime.
Wapakoneta held the edge in rebounding (24-22) and committed six turnovers to Kalida’s 13.
Megan Watt finished with 12 points, Carly Buzzard added 11, Riley Culver netted 10 and Maddi Stiles notched three assists and two steals for the Indians.
Kalida (5-6) was paced by Kyle Osterhage’s 17 points and six boards, Allison Recker dropped in 10 points and Nicole Recker contributed three steals and two assists.

KALIDA (5-6)
Osterhage 6-5—17, A. Recker 3-4—10, Kaufman 2-0—6, Vorst 2-1—5, Reindel 1-0—3, Turnwald 1-0—2, N. Recker 1-0—2, Kahle 0-0—0, Hoffman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16-50 10-19—45.
WAPAKONETA (6-4)
Warner 5-3—13, Buzzard 4-2—11, Schneider 0-0—0, Watt 4-2—12, Culver 3-4—10, Stiles 3-0—8, Fisher 1-0—3, Miller 0-0—0, Schnell 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20-54 11-16—57.
Kalida 11 15 8 11 — 45
Wapakoneta 16 11 15 15 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3-16 (Kaufman 2, Reindel); Wapakoneta 6-19 (Watt 2, Stiles 2, Buzzard, Fisher).
rebounds: Kalida 22 (Osterhage 6); Wapakoneta 24 (Warner 10).
turnovers: Kalida 13, Wapakoneta 6.
junior varsity: Wapakoneta, 39-20.

WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN 54
PANDORA-GILBOA 52
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen reached the halfway point of the season with an 8-3 record as the Tigers knocked off Pandora-Gilboa 54-52 in a nonconference girls basketball game on Saturday.
The Rockets fell to 5-4 with the loss.
No other information on the game was available.

DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 60
FORT JENNINGS 25
DELPHOS — It was all Delphos St. John’s Saturday afternoon as the Blue Jays took care of neighborhood rival Fort Jennings 60-25 in a nonconference girls basketball game.
The win pushed Delphos St. John’s record to 4-6 while Fort Jennings slipped to 2-9.

LIMA SHAWNEE 61
FINDLAY 41
Lima Shawnee showed plenty of depth Saturday as 10 players scored in the Indians’ 61-41 nonconference girls basketball win over Findlay.
Findlay (1-8) fell behind 20-11 in the first quarter and 34-19 by halftime against the Indians.
Still struggling to score points, Findlay High coach Connie Lyon is taking a positive approach with her ballclub.
“We just have to persevere and take the positives from each game. One of those positives is that we were much better at the line today and we closed the rebounding gap a bit,” Lyon said.
“We’re looking forward and not looking back. We’re looking forward to the next practice and the next game and trying to get better every day.”
Jenny Vielhaber scored 14 points and Abby Smarkel dished out five assists for the Trojans, who were 14 of 14 from the free-throw line.
Isabelle Baird and Rachel Evans both scored 10 points for Lima Shawnee (4-7).

LIMA SHAWNEE (4-7)
R. Magee 1-2—4, Gronas 1-0—2, Dahlke 3-0—8, Rh. Magee 3-1—7, Quillen 2-1—5, I. Baird 3-2—10, Hughes 3-0—6, Evans 3-1—10, Herschler 2-3—7, T. Baird 0-2—2. TOTALS: 21 12-21—61.
FINDLAY (1-8)
Swisher 0-0-0, Blatnik 1-0—2, Bendt 1-0—2, Smarkel 1-0—3, Hardesty 1-2—4, Thomas 2-4—9, S. Wintrow 1-2—4, Taylor 1-0—3, Vielhaber 4-6—14, Miller 0-0—0, Johnson 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12 14-14—41.
Lima Shawnee 20 14 12 15 — 61
Findlay 11 8 9 13 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Lima Shawnee 7 (Evans 3, Dahlke & I. Baird 2); Findlay 3 (Smarkel, Thomas & Taylor).
rebounds: Lima Shawnee 24, Findlay 20.

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Taylor Graboski

UPPER SANDUSKY 58
COLONEL CRAWFORD 33
UPPER SANDUSKY — Taylor Graboski notched her 1,000th career point for Upper Sandusky as the Rams pummeled Colonel Crawford 58-33 in North Central Conference competition Saturday.
The 6-foot-1 senior dropped in a game-high 26 points to go with nine rebounds as Upper Sandusky improved to 5-4 overall and 3-2 in the NCC. She now has 1,015 points for her career and is the eighth Ram to eclipse the 1,000-point mark.
The Rams built a 19-4 lead after the first quarter and increased the margin to 33-14 at the half.
Upper Sandusky was 24 of 46 (52 percent) from the field and won the battle on the glass 32-21.
Kalene Johnson finished with 10 points and nine boards and Emma Smith added eight points, six steals and five assists.
Alexus Burkhart led all Colonel Crawford scorers with 11 points in addition to her four steals and Katie Spiegel grabbed a team-high six rebounds for the Eagles (1-9. 1-5).

NORTH BALTIMORE 65
RIDGEMONT 22
RIDGEWAY — Lacey Trumbull and Olivia Frost each scored 13 points for North Baltimore as the Tigers crushed Ridgemont 65-22 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
The Tigers (5-6) outscored Ridgemont 22-10 in the first quarter, and led 38-14 at halftime. Ridgemont (2-7) had 38 turnovers and North Baltimore had 25.
Trumbull also had six rebounds and six assists.

north baltimore (5-6)
Davis 1-0—2, Stewart 3-0—6, Schloemp 0-2—2, Fleckner 1-1—3, Trumbull 6-1—13, Powell 4-0—8, Ray 2-2—6, Rister 3-0—6, Frost 5-1—13, Peters 2-2—6, Grilliot 0-0—0. TOTALS: 27-55 9-19—65.
ridgemont (2-7)
Creamer 2-0—4, S. Totten 3-0—6, McFadden 1-2—4, Billenstein 1-0—2, Christian 3-0—6, M. Totten 0-0—0, McKee 0-0—0, Martin 0-0—0, Cronley 0-0—0, Lingo 0-0—0, Wagner 0-0—0, McCullough 0-0—0. TOTALS: 10-51 2-4—22.
North Baltimore 22 16 18 9 — 65
Ridgemont 10 4 6 2 — 22
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 2 (Frost 2); Ridgemont 0.
rebounds: North Baltimore 31 (Trumbull 6); Ridgemont 26.
turnovers: North Baltimore 25, Ridgemont 38.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 42-16.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 74
FOSTORIA 31
BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon’s Aleta Daniel nearly outscored Fostoria herself Saturday as the Chieftains rolled to a 74-31 nonconference girls basketball win over the Redmen.
Daniel tossed in 29 points to help the Chieftains improve to 5-4. Courtney Burns added 12 points and Sicily Leiter added 10. Hope Brickner grabbed 12 rebounds and Brook Arbogast had nine as the Chieftains had a 37-26 rebounding edge.
Erica Moore netted 13 points for the Redmen (1-9).

Fostoria (1-9)
Moore 5-2—13, Fretz 0-0—0, Hampton 3-1—7, Valenti 0-1-1, Williams 2-2—6, Smith 1-0-2, Pedersen 0-2—2. TOTALS: 11-49 8-22—31.
Hopewell-Loudon (5-4)
Burns 3-3–12, Feindel 1-0–2, Daniel 10-4—29, Leiter 5-0-10, Siegel 0-0—0, Gregg 0-0—0, Arbogast 1-4—6, Brickner 3-3—9. TOTALS: 26-74 14-22—74.
Fostoria 2 8 9 12 — 31
Hopewell-Loudon 11 24 22 17 — 74
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 8-16 (Daniel 5, Burns 3); Fostoria 1-5 (Moore).
rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 37 (Brickner 12, Arbogast 9); Fostoria 26.
turnovers: Fostoria 32, Hopewell-Loudon 18.

KENTON 56
HARDIN NORTHERN 21
KENTON — Kenton’s Brooke Bostelman outscored Hardin Northern by herself as she popped in 26 points in the Wildcats’ 56-21 victory over the Polar Bears in nonleague action Saturday night.
Kenton (6-5) led 14-0 after the first quarter and took a 29-9 advantage into halftime.
The Wildcats dominated on the glass, outrebounding Hardin Northern 57-24 and forcing the Polar Bears into 23 turnovers.
Hardin Northern (1-12) was led by Kylee Hooker’s 13 points and Brianna Campbell grabbed five rebounds.

HARDIN NORTHERN (1-12)
Campbell 0-0—0, Curtis 1-0—2, S. Schlatter 0-0—0, M. Wilson 1-0—2, Watts 1-0—2, Madison 1-0—2, Roth 0-0–0, H. Wilson 0-0—0, Cook 0-0—0, K. Schlatter 0-0—0, Hooker 4-5—13, Dye 0-0—0. TOTALS: 8-41 5-13—21.
KENTON (6-5)
Ka. Wireman 0-0—0, Ke. Wireman 2-0–4, Morris 1-1—4, Cook 0-0—0, Johnson 0-0—0, Moore 1-0—2, Bostelman 9-7—26, Webb 2-2—7, Hedges 4-0—8, Gier 1-1—3, Rush 1-0—2. TOTALS: 21-63 11-25—56.
Hardin Northern 0 9 8 4 — 21
Kenton 14 15 11 16 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 0-8; Kenton 3-11 (Morris, Bostelman, Webb).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 24 (Campbell 5); Kenton 57.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 23; Kenton 13.
junior varsity: Kenton, 47-12.

BOYS BASKETBALL
MILLER CITY 46
PANDORA-GILBOA 31
MILLER CITY — A big second quarter run was just what Miller City needed Saturday night as the Wildcats stopped Pandora-Gilboa 46-31 in a Putnam County League boys basketball game.
Miller City led just 13-10 after the first quarter but took full control in the second with an 18-1 edge over the Rockets (1-7, 0-3).
Jackson Lammers scored 16 points and Cory Heuerman and Adam Niese both grabbed 10 rebounds for Miller City.
Colin Fenstermaker scored 13 points, Seth Schmenk netted 12 points and Jared Tousley added 10 rebounds for Pandora-Gilboa.

PANDORA-GILBOA (1-7, 0-3 PCL)
Rieman 0-1—1, Schmenk 4-2—12, Tousley 1-1—3, Fenstermaker 5-3—13, Osborn 1-0—2. TOTALS: 11-55 7-12—31.
Miller City (5-4, 2-0 PCL)
M. Lammers 3-2—8, J. Lammers 5-1—16, Gerten 1-0—2, Cory Heuerman 2-0—5, Drummelsmith 2-1—6, Niese 3-0—7, Kuhlman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-54 4-13—46.
Pandora-Gilboa 10 1 10 10 — 31
Miller City 13 18 10 5 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Miller City 8-23 (J. Lammers 5, Heuerman, Drummelsmith & Niese); Pandora-Gilboa 2-21 (Schmenk 2).
rebounds: Miller City 38 (Heuerman & Niese 10); Pandora-Gilboa 38 (Tousley 10).
turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 14, Miller City 11.
junior varsity: Miller City, 45-14.

PATRICK HENRY 51
PETTISVILLE 50
HAMLER — Patrick Henry’s Alex Scheele and AJ Wagner teamed up to score 36 points as the Patriots edged Pettisville 51-50 to earn their first win of the season.
Scheele dropped in 20 points, hitting 6 of 9 from three-point range, while Wagner added 16 points for the Patriots (1-8). Teammate Andrew Willford grabbed six rebounds.
Eli King and Korbin Rychener both scored 13 points for the Blackbirds (3-5).

PATRICK HENRY (1-8)
Scheele 6-2—20, Wagner 6-2—16, Mangas 2-0—6, Willford 2-1—5, Ehlers 1-0—2, Bostelman 1-0-2, Breece 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-36 5-10—51.
Pettisville (3-5)
King 3-7—13, Rychener 5-2—13, Kauffman 2-2—7, Mann 2-2—6, Liechty 2-0—6, Dykstra 1-1—3, Miller 1-0—2, Reyes 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16-48 14-17—50.
Patrick Henry 16 11 14 10 — 51
Pettisville 12 16 8 14 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 10-16 (Scheele 6, Wagner & Mangas 2); Pettisville 4-25 (Leichty 2, Rychener & Kauffman).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 17 (Willford 6); Pettisville 15 (Kauffman 5).
turnovers: Pettisville 10, Patrick Henry 7.

RIVERDALE 65
GALION 53
MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale opened a 19-5 lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 65-53 victory over Galion in North Central Conference action Saturday night.
The Falcons improved to 5-5 overall and 2-3 in NCC play thanks to a 21 of 39 (54 percent) showing from the field and winning the battle on the boards 37-27.
The Tigers shot just 19 of 62 (31 percent) for the game and hit 11 of 22 (50 percent) free throws.
Riverdale’s Lee Holderman led all scorers with 22 points, including 11 of 13 (84 percent) free throws, to go with three assists and two steals. Grant Loveridge finished 7 of 7 from the field for 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, Jimmy Fox added 11 points and four assists and Chad Pever tallied 10 points.
Ridge Durbin recorded 14 points and eight rebounds and Houston Blair dropped in 14 points for Galion (3-7, 2-3).

GALION (3-7, 2-3 NCC)
Durbin 5-0—14, Valentine 0-2—2, Bohach 3-2—8, Kirk 3-3—9, Huggins 1-0—2, Blair 5-4—14, Radcliff 1-0—2, Carpenter 0-0—0, Rinehart 1-0—2. TOTALS: 19-62 11-22—53.
RIVERDALE (5-5, 2-3)
Rickie 1-2—4, Pever 2-6—10, Holderman 5-11—22, Fox 5-0—11, Frey 1-2—4, Loveridge 7-0—14. TOTALS: 21-39 21-31—65.
Galion 5 15 13 20 — 53
Riverdale 19 11 10 25 — 65
3-Point GOALS: Galion 4-15 (Durbin 4); Riverdale 2-8 (Holderman, Fox).
rebounds: Galion 27 (Durbin 8); Riverdale 37 (Loveridge 14).
turnovers: Galion 4; Riverdale 15.
junior varsity: Galion, 50-43.

KALIDA 50
MCCOMB 39
MCCOMB — Devin Kortokrax scored 14 points to lead Kalida’s boys basketball team to a 50-39 win over McComb in a nonconference boys basketball game on Saturday.
The game was tied at 18-18 at halftime, but Kalida (6-3) outscored McComb 17-10 in the third quarter and 15-11 in the fourth to get the road win.
Clay Grubb had 12 points to lead McComb (5-4), which shot 15-51 (29 percent) from the floor. Kalida was 18 of 41 (43 percent).

kalida (6-3)
L. Langhals 3-3—9, Gerdeman 4-0—8, Zeller 1-4—7, Kortokrax 6-0—14, Miller 3-2—8, A. Langhals 1-2—4, Roebke 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-41 11-18—50.
mccomb (5-4)
Reardon 1-0—3, Dysert 1-3—5, Hanes 1-2—3, Shoop 3-0—6, Adams 2-0—4, Grubb 5-2—12, Glaser 1-0—3, Schroeder 1-0—3, Clark 0-0—0, Siferd 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-51 5-8—39.
Kalida 7 11 17 15 — 50
McComb 10 8 10 11 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3 (Kortokrax 2, Zeller); McComb 4 (Reardon, Hanes, Glaser & Schroeder).
rebounds: Kalida 31, McComb 17.
turnovers: Kalida 11, McComb 9.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Kalida, 53-20.

LIBERTY-BENTON 58
WAPAKONETA 35
Adam Cytlak and Nathan Craft each scored 20 points to lead Liberty-Benton’s boys basketball team past Wapakoneta 58-35 in a nonconference contest Saturday.
The Eagles (6-4) had a 26-18 halftime lead, and outscored Wapakoneta 32-17 to extend their margin.
Cytlak scored 13 of his 20 points in the first half, and Craft scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half.
Liberty-Benton shot 16 of 20 from the free-throw line while Wapakoneta (1-8) was just 4 of 10.

wapakoneta (1-8)
Koch 2-0—6, Huffman 1-0—2, Morgan 1-0—3, Henderson 3-1—7, Metz 1-2—4, S. Hinegardner 2-0—4, Lance 0-1—1, Schmerge 1-0—2, Crawford 3-0—6, Bruns 0-0—0, W. Hinegardner 0-0—0, Good 0-0—0, Brandehoff 0-0—0, Eaton 0-0—0, Temple 0-0—0. TOTALS: 14-26 4-10—35.
liberty-benton (6-4)
Cytlak 7-5—20, Darnall 2-2—7, Rhodes 1-1—3, Garver 1-4—6, May 0-2—2, Craft 9-2—20, Lawson 0-0—0, Haan 0-0—0, Archer 0-0—0, Steinman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20-33 16-20—58.
Wapakoneta 12 6 7 10 — 35
Liberty-Benton 11 15 15 17 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Wapakoneta 3 (Koch 2, Morgan 1); Liberty-Benton 2 (Cytlak & Darnall 1).
rebounds: Wapakoneta 10, Liberty-Benton 12.
turnovers: Wapakoneta 14, Liberty-Benton 6.
junior varsity: Wapakoneta, 45-41.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 60
ADA 55
McGUFFEY — Ada gave Upper Scioto Valley all it could handle before falling 60-55 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
The two teams were knotted 27-27 at halftime before the Rams (7-1) earned a little breathing room with a 15-9 edge in the third quarter.
Ada’s Blake Willeke led all scorers with 19 points. Brayden Sautter and Austin Dumbaugh both scored nine points for the Bulldogs (1-5).
Woody Prater led four Upper Scioto Valley players in double figures with 16 points. Dylan Hunsicker and Lane Hurley added 15 and 11 points respectively.

ADA (1-5)
Sautter 4-0—9, Willeke 4-9—19, Bass 4-1—9, Ansley 0-0—0, McBride 1-3—5, Dumbaugh 3-1—9, Archer 1-2—4. TOTALS: 17 16—55.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (7-1)
Rostofer 3-0—7, A. Howard 3-1—9, Hurley 3-5—11, Hunsicker 5-4—15, Prater 7-2—16, H. Howard 1-0—2. TOTALS: 22 12—60.
Ada 15 12 9 19 — 55
Upper Scioto Valley 13 14 15 18 — 60
3-Point GOALS: Ada 5 (Dumbaugh & Willeke 2, Sautter); Upper Scioto Valley 4 (A. Howard 2, Rostofer & Hunsicker).
junior varsity: Upper Scioto Valley, 52-47.

BUCKEYE CENTRAL 68
UPPER SANDUSKY 59
UPPER SANDUSKY — Sam Robertson dumped in 22 points, while Austin Wurm and Cade Kaple each added 12 for Buckeye Central in a 68-59 North Central Conference victory over Upper Sandusky Saturday night.
The Bucks (9-1, 4-1 NCC) utilized a 23-14 scoring run in the second quarter to lead 37-24 at the half and were able to keep the Rams at bay in the second half.
Wes Vent finished with 22 points, Seth Frey tallied 15 and Cody Clifford netted 10 for Upper Sandusky (6-5, 3-2).

BUCKEYE CENTRAL (9-1, 4-1 NCC)
Heydinger 3-0—6, A. Wurm 2-7—12, Stacklin 3-2—8, Stahl 0-0—0, S. Wurm 3-0—6, Ollis 1-0—2, Robertson 10-2—22, Kaple 3-5—12. TOTALS: 25 16-29—68.
UPPER SANDUSKY (6-5, 3-2)
Clifford 4-2—10, Roeder 2-0—4, Vent 7-5—22, Collins 0-2—2, Frey 6-2—15, Mittermaier 1-0—2, Myers 1-2—4. TOTALS: 21 13-19—59.
Buckeye Central 14 23 14 17 — 68
Upper Sandusky 10 14 14 21 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central 2 (A. Wurm, Kaple); Upper Sandusky 4 (Vent 3, Frey).

ELMWOOD 43
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 33
BLOOMDALE — Aaron Arnold’s 16 points, five assists and four rebounds propelled Elmwood’s boys basketball team to its first victory of the season Saturday night, a 43-33 decision against Hopewell-Loudon in nonleague play.
Hopewell-Loudon led 15-12 at the end of one quarter of play, but failed to score more than eight points in any quarter the rest of the game and committed 19 turnovers.
The Royals (1-6) struggled through a 12 of 32 (38 percent) shooting performance from inside the arc, but were helped by a 5 of 10 (50 percent) mark from 3-point range.
Jarrett Childress dropped in 11 points for Elmwood and Sebastian Baxter added nine points, six steals and four rebounds.
The Chieftains (6-5) were led by Ryan Lommerse’s 15 points.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (6-5)
Sadler 1-2—5, Salem 1-0—3, Bodart 2-0—4, Lommerse 6-2—15, Imes 2-2—6. TOTALS: 12-30 6-12—33.
ELMWOOD (1-6)
Robbins 1-0—2, Lentz 1-0—3, Aufdencamp 0-0—0, Childress 4-2—11, Baxter 3-2—9, Buckingham 0-0—0, Arnold 7-0—16, Solether 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-42 4-6—43.
Hopewell-Loudon 15 6 8 4 — 33
Elmwood 12 12 10 9 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 3-8 (Sadler, Salem, Lommerse); Elmwood 5-10 (Arnold 2, Lentz, Childress, Baxter).
rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 15; Elmwood 16 (Baxter & Arnold 4).
turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 19, Elmwood 13.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 39-25.

COLUMBUS GROVE 57
FORT JENNINGS 34
FORT JENNINGS — Columbus Grove used a 31-12 scoring advantage in the second and third quarters Saturday night to whip Fort Jennings 57-34 in a nonconference matchup.
The Bulldogs, who moved to 5-2 on the year, held a 19-15 lead at the end of the first quarter but used the middle periods to establish a 50-27 margin entering the fourth.
Columbus Grove outrebounded Fort Jennings 24-17, including a 12-5 advantage on the offensive glass.
The Musketeers (1-9) were 12 of 36 (33 percent) from the field and just 7 of 16 (44 percent) from the foul line.
Riley Brubaker led the Bulldogs with 15 points, Will Vorhees added 13 and Jace Darbyshire tallied nine points two assists and two steals.
Fort Jennings’ Connor Wallenhorst netted 17 points and Nick Von Sossan recorded three steals and two assists.

COLUMBUS GROVE (5-2)
Brubaker 5-5—15, Vorhees 6-0—13, Darbyshire 2-4—9, Diller 3-1—8, Kohls 2-0—4, Clement 2-0—4, Jones 1-0—2, Boggart 0-2—2, Warnecke 0-0—0, Grothaus 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-45 12-19—57.
FORT JENNINGS (1-9)
Wallenhorst 6-4—17, Kehres 3-2—8, Metzger 1-0—3, Ricker 1-0—3, Von Sossan 1-0—2, Sickels 0-1—1, Wittler 0-0—0, Berelsman 0-0—0, German 0-0—0, Neidert 0-0—0, Grone 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12-36 7-16—34.
Columbus Grove 19 16 15 7 — 57
Fort Jennings 15 4 8 7 — 34
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 3-11 (Vorhees, Darbyshire, Diller); Fort Jennings 3-13 (Wallenhorst, Metzger, Ricker).
rebounds: Columbus Grove 24 (Diller 6); Fort Jennings 17 (Wittler 5).
turnovers: Columbus Grove 6, Fort Jennings 5.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 71
BLUFFTON 51
BLUFFTON — Five players scored in double figures for Ottawa-Glandorf’s boys basketball team as the Titans knocked off Bluffton 71-51 in a nonconference game Saturday.
Matias Trampe-Kindt led Ottawa-Glandorf (6-3) with 13 points. Noah Bramlage added 12, Zach Kuhlman 11 and Alex Schroeder and Brad Recker each had 10.
Ottawa-Glandorf hit nine three-pointers and were 12 of 14 from the free-throw line. Bluffton made five 3-pointers and were 6 of 10 from the line.
The Titans led 34-23 at halftime, and a 26-10 third-quarter advantage put the game out of reach for the Pirates (4-5).
Levi Kistler had 19 points to lead Bluffton.

ottawa-glandorf (6-3)
A. Schroeder 4-0—10, T. Schroeder 1-0—3, Trampe-Kindt 5-1—13, Kuhlman 4-2—11, Recker 4-0—10, Zender 1-2—4, Blevins 2-2—6, Bramlage 3-5—12, Alt 1-0—2, Unterbrink 0-0—0, Schnipke 0-0—0, Wischmeyer 0-0—0, Osting 0-0—0, Verhoff 0-0—0. TOTALS: 25 12-14—71.
bluffton (4-5)
Bricker 3-0—7, Stratton 3-2—9, Kistler 7-4—19, Ault 2-0—5, J. Skilliter 3-0—6, Parkins 2-0—5, Phillips 0-0—0, Rumer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20 6-10—51.
Ottawa-Glandorf 16 18 26 11 — 71
Bluffton 12 11 10 18 — 51
3-Point GOALS: Ottawa-Glandorf 9 (A. Schroeder, Trampe-Kindt & Recker 2, T. Schroeder, Kuhlman & Bramlage 1); Bluffton 5 (Bricker, Stratton, Kistler, Ault & Parkins 1).
turnovers: Ottawa-Glandorf 12, Bluffton 17.

EASTWOOD 80
NEW RIEGEL 51
PEMBERVILLE — Jake Schmeltz’s 30 points and Eastwood’s 32-9 third-quarter run were the difference Saturday night as the Eagles blasted New Riegel 80-51 in a nonconference boys basketball game.
Eastwood (4-4) led 35-29 at halftime before the third-quarter explosion and finished the game 33 of 61 (54 percent) from the field, including 8 of 15 (53 percent) from three-point range.
New Riegel could only muster 22 points in the second half, was outrebounded 29-20 and turned the ball over 23 times.
Zach Jacoby finished with 12 points and nine rebounds, Grant Peters added 11 points and Steven Bradley contributed 10 for the Eagles.
New Riegel (3-7) was led by Jake Dryfuse’s 13 points and Michael Kirian tallied nine points and 11 boards.

NEW RIEGEL (3-7)
Lescallett 2-0—5, Mathias 1-0—2, Cassidy 2-1—5, Williams 1-0—2, Ink 3-2—8, Dryfuse 5-3—13, Acree 3-0—7, Kirian 2-5—9. TOTALS: 19-49 11-16—51.
EASTWOOD (4-4)
Peters 4-2—11, Smith 4-0—8, Flipse 1-0—2, Bradley 5-0—10, Schmeltz 11-2—30, Jacoby 6-0—12, Coffmann 1-0—3, Faykosh 1-0—2, Hoodlebrink 1-1—3. TOTALS: 33-61 6-18—80.
New Riegel 12 17 9 13 — 51
Eastwood 14 21 32 13 — 80
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 2-5 (Lescallett, Acree); Eastwood 8-15 (Schmeltz 6, Peters, Coffmann).
rebounds: New Riegel 20 (Kirian 11); Eastwood 29 (Jacoby 9).
turnovers: New Riegel 23, Eastwood 9.
junior varsity: New Riegel, 51-47.

NORTH BALTIMORE 75
RIDGEMONT 36
RIDGEWAY — Chad Wright had a huge game for North Baltimore Saturday night as he led the Tigers to a 75-36 nonconference romp over Ridgemont.
Wright finished with 18 point and 18 rebound to help the Tigers improve to 5-6. Jacob Frost tossed in 17 points, Kyler Trumbull added 13 and Lane Bishop checked in with eight points and seven assists.
Chris Weyant netted 12 points for the Golden Gophers.

NORTH BALTIMORE (5-6)
Newcomer 0-0—0, DeLosReyes 0-0—0, Nichols 2-0—5, Frost 8-0—17, Watson 4-0—8, Wright 8-2—18, Bishop 2-4—8, Trumbull 6-1—13, McMahon 3-0—6. TOTALS: 33-67 7-9—75.
RIDGEMONT (3-6)
Jenkins 0-1—1, Stover 3-0—7, Weyant 4-3—12, Sparks 3-0—8, Smith 0-0—0, McKare 3-0—7, Kinley 0-1—1, James 0-1—1. TOTALS: 12-62 5-10—36.
North Baltimore 15 21 18 20 — 75
Ridgemont 6 9 12 9 — 36
3-Point GOALS: Ridgemont 5-16 (Sparks 2, Stover, Weyant & McKare); North Baltimore 2-10 (Nichols & Frost).
rebounds: North Baltimore 47 (Wright 18); Ridgemont 18.
turnovers: North Baltimore 21, Ridgemont 20.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 55-42.

CAREY 58
VAN BUREN 55
CAREY — Jared Wentling capped a big weekend with a double-double as Carey outlasted Van Buren 58-55 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
Wentling, who scored 37 against New Riegel Friday night, netted 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Blue Devils against the Black Knights. Bryan Powers added 18 points.
Daniel Roberts led a trio of Van Buren players in double figures with 14 points. Sawyer Junge knocked in 12 points and Braxton Fasone added 11.

VAN BUREN (4-5)
Fasone 3-5—11, Endicott 0-3—3, Jacobs 2-2—6, Junge 4-2—12, Brand 2-3—7, Roberts 6-2—14, Williams 1-0—2. TOTALS: 18-40 17-20—55.
CAREY (8-2)
Holsinger 0-2—2, Boes 1-0—2, Powers 7-4—19, L. Wentling 1-0—3, J. Wentling 12-5—29, Rymer 0-1—1, Griffin 1-0—2. TOTALS: 22-49 12-21—58.
Van Buren 13 16 9 17 — 55
Carey 15 12 11 20 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Carey 2-12 (Powers & L. Wentling); Van Buren 2-7 (Junge 2).
rebounds: Carey 26 (J. Wentling 11); Van Buren 21.
turnovers: Van Buren 18, Carey 13.
junior varsity: Carey, 46-35.

PREP WRESTLING: Staschiak wins for Findlay
DELAWARE — Findlay High School’s Jimmy Staschiak cruised through the 138-pound weight class to lead the Trojan wrestling team at Saturday’s Olentangy Orange Invitational.
Findlay tied for fourth place in the 17-team field with 152½ points. Pickerington North topped Olentangy Orange 231-172½ for first place.
Staschiak was one of three Trojans to reach the championship match.
Staschiak posted a 5-0 record knocking off Pickerington North’s Jared Ferguson 9-4 in the finals.
Teammates Justin Jolliff (126) and Marcus Winklejohn (195) both finished second. Ian Silette (182) was third and Marcus Molina (220) fourth for the Trojans.

TEAM STANDINGS
1, Pickerington North 231. 2, Olentangy Orange 172½. 3, Olentangy 168. 4, Findlay & Grove City 152½. 6, Bloom-Carroll 109. 7, Westerville South 107. 8, Columbus Ready 105½. 9, Pataskala Licking Heights 93½. 10, Chillicothe 93. 11, Sunbury Big Walnut 79½. 12, Westerville Central 73½. 13, Olentangy Liberty 72. 14, Columbus West 41½. 15, Columbus Bexley 32. 16, Columbus South 4. 17, Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas 4.
CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES
106 — Abdi (CW) dec. A. Haist (LH), 9-5.
113 — Marsh (GC) dec. Korbin (PN), 9-7.
120 — Held (Olen) dec. B. Heist (LH), 6-1.
126 — Minnard (BC) dec. Jolliff (Fin), 8-1.
132 — Gibson (BC) dec. Pozz (CR), 10-5.
138 — Staschiak (Fin) dec. Ferguson (PN), 9-4.
145 — C. Notestine (PN) dec. N. Notestine (PN), 35-33, OT.
152 — Llaneza (WS) pinned Stover (CR), 3:47.
160 — Pollitt (Ole) dec. Collins (Chill), 5-3.
170 — Gibson (BC) pinned Mann (PN), 3:32.
182 — Hall (Ole) dec. Eisnnicher (BW), 3-1.
195 — Kamba (OO) pinned Winklejohn (Fin), 1:59.
220 — Carter (Ole) maj. dec. Lee (OO), 10-1.
285 — Garren (CR) dec. Rollo (PN), 8-1.
THIRD PLACE
106 — Bogetich (WC) dec. Nasdusek (GC), 10-4.
113 — McQueeney (OO) maj. dec. Grier (BW), 11-3.
120 — Hassell (PN) pinned Welch (CB), 4:18.
126 — Wallace (OO) dec. C. Marshall (GC), 7-5.
132 — Hines (OO) maj. dec. Capeheart (GC), 13-0.
138 — Martin (BW) dec. Price (LH), 9-2.
145 — Broskie (OO) dec. Price (CW), 6-4.
152 —McCafferty (PB) by default over Harrell (LH).
160 — Williamson (WS) tech. fall Van Sickle (GC), 19-2.
170 — M. Thiesing (WS) pinned Janson (BR), 4:44.
182 — Silette (Fin) dec. Dial (PN), 2-1.
195 — Slade (Ole) pinned Starkey (PN), 2:27.
220 — Evanchiko (GC) dec. Molina (Fin), 6-4.
285 — Packwood (BC) pinned Notestine (PN), :39.

Upper Sandusky wins at Plymouth
PLYMOUTH — Upper Sandusky had six finalists and three won championships as the Rams’ wrestling team rolled to the team championship at Saturday’s Plymouth Invitational.
Carson Mengerink (132), Alex Kenner (160) and Dylan Robertson (195) all won titles to lead Upper Sandusky to a 233-197½ winning margin over Ashland Mapleton. Arcadia was 12th in the 13-team field with 47 points.
Mengerink topped Arcadia’s Jarrod Bowman 9-3 in an all-area final at 132 pounds. Kenner, a returning all-Ohioan, pinned Sidney Lehman’s Skylar Brown in the 160-pound final and Robertson won the 195-pound division by pinning Plymouth’s Sean Bolen in the title bout.
Keegan Gullifer (120), Derek Hansen and Tylor Pritchard (220) finished second for the Rams. Trevor Bowman was third at 126 pounds for the Redskins.

TEAM STANDINGS
1, Upper Sandusky 233. 2, Ashland Mapleton 197½. 3, Lagrange Keystone 189½. 4, Independence 176. 5, Margaretta 171. 6, Delphos Jefferson 156. 6, South Central 99½. 7, Plymouth 83. 9, Ashland 70½. 10, Edison 69½. 11, Sidney Lehman 52½. 12, Arcadia 47. 13, Buckeye Central 27.
CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES
106 — Kanairz (Ed) pinned Harris (Mar), 2:36.
113 — Smith (AM) dec. Dyer (US), 1-0.
120 — Rogers (Mar) pinned Gullifer (US).
126 — Durbin (AM) tech. fall Hansen (US).
132 — Mengerink (US) dec. J. Bowman (Arc), 9-3.
138 — Stiner (Key) dec. Spino (Ind), 7-6.
145 — Vermule (DJ) tech. dall Goshinski (Ash).
152 — Taylor (Mar) dec. Kowatch (AM), 4-2.
160 — Kenner (US) tech. fall Brown (LC).
170 — Pickering (AM) dec. Green (Mar), 9-3.
182 — Worthington (Key) pinned Foust (DJ).
195 — Robertson (US) pinned Bolen (Ply).
220 — Conaway (SC) pinned Pritchard (US).
285 — Deely (Ind) dec. McConnahea (DJ), 8-3.
THIRD PLACE
106 — Grant (DJ) pinned Todd (Key), 1:48.
113 — Walter (SC) pinned Boop (DJ), 5:32.
120 — Jones (AM) pinned Croop (Key).
126 — T. Bowman (Arc) dec. Blanton (SC), 4-2.
132 — Corsi (Ind) dec. Laurent (Ash), 3-1.
138 — Knoll (SC) pinned Smith (Mar).
145 — Hadick (ind) maj. dec. Ayala (US), 11-2.
152 — Butcher (Ply) dec. Binkley (DJ), 7-6.
160 — Stockmaster (Mar) dec. Kusa (AM), 4-0.
170 — Bever (Ash) pinned Fisher (Key).
182 — Dudte (AM) dec. Young (Ed), 8-2.
195 — King (Key) pinned Smalley (US).
220 — Scotton (Ind) dec. Reed (Mar), 4-2.
285 — Bustance (Key) pinned Brown (US).
FIFTH PLACE
106 — Redden (Ply) pinned Fanin (Key), :21.
113 — Thomas (AM) won by forfeit.
120 — Benas (Ind) pinned Orians (US).
126 — Owca (Key) pinned Elkins (Ash).
132 — Gibson (Ash) dec. Graves (Ed), 5-0.
138 — Richmond (US) pinned Henthonr (Ash).
145 — Dolin (AM) dec. Earhart (LC), 5-1.
152 — Strizzi (Ind) dec. Landrum (US), 6-4.
160 — Ochletree (Key) dec. McCarthy (BC), 9-3.
170 — Sia (Ind) dec. Parkins (DJ), 10-5.
182 — Senick (Ind) pinned Loera (Ply).
195 — Bennett (DJ) won by forfeit.
220 — Barnett (Ash) pinned Chizmadia (Key).
285 — Arnold (Ply) pinned Huber (Mar).

Prep Swimming: Findlay splits at Fremont Ross
FREMONT — Ross Stansbery, Jeremy Wilson and Justin Hopkins figured in four wins each, Tucker Stocker was a three-time winner and Findlay won all but one event in racing past Fremont Ross 128-61 in the boys competition of a head-to-head swim meet on Saturday.
Findlay’s girls team got a pool record from senior diver Bethnay Glick and finished 1-2-3 in the 100-yard breaststroke, but came up short aginst Fremont Ross’s girls team, 113-75.
Wilson, Stansbery, Hopkins and Stocker teamed up for a 3:30.30 time in the final event, the 400 freestyle as Findlay completed a sweep of the relay events. Stansbery, Stocker and Wilson joined Graham Copus in winning the 200 medley (1:44.24), and Jacob Kreinbrink joined Wilson, Copus and Hopkins in the 200 free (1:33.56).
Individually, Stansbery doubled up in two freesyle events, winning the 100 in 53.12 and the 200 in 2:01.60. Hopkins was first to touch the wall in both the 200 IM (2:02.74) and the 100 fly (54.77).
Wilson won the 50 free (22.61), Stocker the 500 free (5:11.91) and Kreinbrink the 100-yard breaststroke (1:05.65).
Marquis Ramsey’s score of 229.70 led a 1-2-3 Findlay finish on the 1-meter board.
Glick, a three-time state diving qualifier, scored a pool-record total of 229.70, more than doubling the total of her nearest competitor.
Clinger’s time of 1:12.83 in the 100 breaststroke led Findlay’s sweep of the top three spots in that event. Clinger was also second in the 200 IM (2:20.00) and joined Laura Wilson, Kendra Wadding and Kaila Butterworth on the runner-up 200 medley (2:00.26) and 400 free (4:01.36) relays.
Butterworth also finished second in the 50 (26.8) and 100 (58.36) frees, Wilson was runner-up in the 100 back (1:04.39) and 200 free (2:11.42), and Wadding was second in the 100 breast (1:13.72) and 100 fly (1:04.47).

BOYS FIRST-PLACE FINISHES
200 MEDLEY RELAY — Findlay (Ross Stansbery, Graham Copus, Tucker Stocker, Jeremy Wilson) 1:44.24. 200 FREE — Stansbery (Fin) 2:01.60. 200 IM — Hopkins (Fin) 2:02.74. 50 FREE — Je. Wilson (Fin) 22.61. DIVING — Marquis Ramsey (Fin) 229.70. 100 FLY — Hopkins (Fin) 54.77. 100 FREE — Stansbery (Fin) 53.12. 500 FREE — Stocker (Fin) 5:11.91. 200 FREE RELAY — Findlay (Je. Wilson, Copus, Jacob Kreinbrink, Hopkins) 1:33.56. 100 BACK — Trent Williams (FR) 57.17. 100 BREAST — Kreinbrink (Fin) 1:05.65. 400 FREE RELAY — Findlay (Je. Wilson, Stansbery, Hopkins, Stocker) 3:30.30.
GIRLS FIRST-PLACE FINISHES
200 MEDLEY RELAY — Fremont Ross, 1:54.23 200 FREE — Meghan Moses (FR) 2:01.78. 200 IM — Haley Fisher (FR) 2:13.22. 50 FREE — Megan Hawk (FR) 26.43. DIVING — x-Bethany Glick (Fin) 249.45. 100 FLY — Morgan Waggoner (FR) 59.52. 100 FREE — Moses (FR) 54.80. 500 FREE — Fisher (FR) 5:55.12. 200 FREE RELAY — Fremont Ross, 1:47.20. 100 BACK — Waggoner (FR) 1:02.16. 100 BREAST — Hannah Clinger (Fin) 1:12.83. 400 FREE RELAY — Fremont Ross, 3:57.68.
x-pool record.

Upper Sandusky boys second at Lima
LIMA — Three Upper Sandusky swimmers were triple winners as the Rams’ boys swimming team finished second in the Lima Senior-Lima Central Catholic Invitational on Saturday at the Lima YMCA.
The Rams went 5-1 in the event that was scored in a dual meet format. Upper Sandusky’s lone loss was a 50½-43½ decision to Lima Senior.
Evan Scheck scored a win in the 200 individual medley (2:31.86) and teamed with Jeran Ward, Drew Barth and Ryan Outland to win the 200 (1:45.79) and 400 free (3:57.77) relays.
Barth scored an individual victory in the 500 free (6:05.28) and Outland captured the 100 free (57.98) for the Rams.
Upper Sandusky posted a 3-3 record in the girls meet.
Abby Young was second in the 500 free (7:03.29) and Mallory Weininger placed second in the 200 free (2:22.17) to lead the Rams.