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Prep Schedule & Updates: 01-11-14

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results
North Central Conference
Buckeye Central 71, Riverdale 56
Colonel Crawford 59, Upper Sandusky 53
Galion Senior 43, Bucyrus 39
Wynford 68, Crestline 60
Northern Ohio League
Willard 47, Bellevue 38
Northern Lakes League
Napoleon 41, Bowling Green 40
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Mansfield Madison 46, Lexington 41
Mansfield Senior 51, Wooster Senior 46
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 49, Northwood 18
Other NW Ohio Games
Ada 60, Waynesfield-Goshen 51
Anthony Wayne 46, Toledo St. Francis 40
Ayersville 45, Continental 43
Bluffton 56, Fort Jennings 43
Botkins 44, Parkway 39
Bryan 43, Maumee 41
Clyde 61, Fremont St. Joseph 55
Coldwater 56, National Trails 33
Columbus Grove 50, Leipsic 39
Convoy Crestview 54, Arlington 36
Covington 73, New Bremen 50
Defiance 47, Wauseon 39
Delphos St. John’s 63, Lima Shawnee 49
Delta 93, North Central 51
Eastwood 47, Oak Harbor 29
Edgerton 65, Pettisville 36
Elida 67, Archbold 56
Evergreen 35, Edon 34
Findlay 55, Ottawa-Glandorf 36
Fort Loramie 52, Minster 36
Gibsonburg 70, Woodmore 44
Hicksville 55, Hilltop 38
Houston 60, Sidney Lehman 58
Kenton 73, Indian Lake 68
Jackson Center 54, New Knoxville 42
Kalida 57, Tinora 46
Kidron Central Christian 69, Ashland Mapleton 33
Lake 55, Swanton 47
Liberty Center 57, Holgate 56
Liberty-Benton 75, Carey 40
Lima Bath 62, Spencerville 45
Lima Cent. Cath. 55, Versailles 38
Lima Temple Christian 63, Bradford 48
Lucas 55, Mount Gilead Christian 38
Marion Local 52, Van Wert 43
Milan Edison 77, Monroeville 61
Milan, Mich. 63, Springfield 56
Miller City 68, Lincolnview 52
North Baltimore 68, Hardin Northern 55
Northwestern 59, Loudonville 39
Norwalk Senior 60, Lorain 51
Norwalk St. Paul 56, Tiffin Calvert 31
Ontario 89, Seneca East 38
Oregon Clay 66, Sylvania Northview 59
Ottoville 59, Pandora-Gilboa 33
Patrick Henry 67, Mohawk 48
Paulding 68, Fairview 44
Plymouth 66, Mansfield Christian 44
Port Clinton 75, Fremont Ross 59
Ridgemont 81, Shekinah Christian 27
Sandusky Perkins 49, Western Reserve 36
Sandusky St. Mary’s 81, Cardinal Stritch 60
St. Henry 56, Anna 46
St. Wendelin 53, Monclova Christian 42
Stryker 79, Montpelier 49
Toledo Scott 71, Mansfield Temple Christian 33
Toledo Start at Toledo Whitmer, postponed
Toledo Waite 56, Marion Harding 50
Upper Scioto Valley 46, Cory-Rawson 33
Van Buren 69, Elmwood 25
Vanlue 39, Hopewell-Loudon 37
Wayne Trace 63, Delphos Jefferson 55

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Results
Northern Buckeye Conference
Eastwood 56, Fostoria Senior 52
Northern Ohio League
Bellevue 61, Shelby 44
Sandusky Senior 63, Tiffin Columbian 55, OT
Northwest Ohio Athletic League
Delta 69, Montpelier 50
Mid-Buckeye Conference
Howard East Knox 42, Lucas 31
Mansfield St. Peter’s 52, Mansfield Christian 17
Midwest Athletic Conference
Minster 54, Marion Local 43
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Clear Fork 49, Ashland Senior 48, OT
Mansfield Senior 59, Mansfield Madison 36
West Holmes 65, Orrville 39
Wooster Senior 75, Lexington 20
Sandusky Bay Conference
Clyde 97, Sandusky St. Mary’s 27
Oak Harbor 53, Milan Edison 40
Port Clinton 47, Castalia Margaretta 21
Sandusky Perkins 34, Huron 28, OT
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Gibsonburg 50, Maumee Valley Country Day 16
Ottawa Hills 55, Northwood 16
Toledo Christian 44, Cardinal Stritch 32
Other NW Ohio Games
Ada 59, Kenton 50
Allen East 55, Kalida 47
Arcadia 57, Old Fort 38
Bowling Green 63, Otsego 40
Bryan 49, Tinora 46
Carey 61, Vanlue 17
Convoy Crestview 59, Lima Cent. Cath. 42
Cory-Rawson 53, Ridgemont 16
Danville 57, Loudonville 51
Dayton Meadowdale 69, Toledo Scott 38
Detroit Country Day, Mich. 58, Tol. Cent. Cath. 46
Hopewell-Loudon 44, Hardin Northern 37
Leipsic 45, Columbus Grove 35
Lima Bath 67, Coldwater 42
McComb 65, North Baltimore 32
New Bremen 41, St. Marys Memorial 35
Norwalk Senior 67, Ontario 17
Ottawa-Glandorf 55, Delphos St. John’s 36
Pandora-Gilboa 46, Fort Jennings 12
Pettisville 64, Hicksville 24
Sidney Fairlawn 49, Riverside 31
Sylvania Southview 66, Oregon Clay 51
Van Wert 54, Lincolnview 38
Versailles 78, Mechanicsburg 37
Wauseon 51, Defiance 22
Wayne Trace 73, Edon 37
Waynesfield-Goshen 50, Bluffton 32
Woodlan, Ind. 53, Antwerp 25

GIRLS BASKETBALL
LEIPSIC 45
COLUMBUS GROVE 35
COLUMBUS GROVE — Leipsic’s 24-3 fourth-quarter advantage helped the Vikings score a 45-35 come-from-behind win over Columbus Grovein a Putnam County League girls basketball game Saturday.
Columbus Grove led 32-21 heading into the fourth quarter before the Vikings’ rally.
Haley Gerten scored a game-high 17 points for Leipsic (10-3, 4-0 PCL). Shalynn Morman added 10 points, including two 3-pointers.
The Vikings won the battle at the free throw line, shooting 17 of 23 (74 percent) compared to the Bulldogs’ 7 of 13 (54 percent).
Both teams struggled shooting from the floor. Leipsic was 13-37 (35 percent) and Columbus Grove was 12-45 (27 percent).
Julia Wynn had eight points and 10 rebounds to lead Columbus Grove (8-5, 2-2 PCL).

leipsic (10-3, 4-0 pcl)
Morman 3-2—10, Rieman 0-3—3, Gerdeman 2-2—6, Nadler 4-1—9, Gerten 4-9—17. TOTALS: 13-37 17-23—45.
columbus grove (8-5, 2-2 pcl)
McCluer 1-1—4, Clement 2-2—7, Stechschulte 2-0—4, Schumacher 3-0—7, Wynn 2-4—8, Yinger 1-0—3, Diller 1-0—2, Vorhees 0-0—0, Endicott 0-0—0, Hoffman 0-0—0, Wurth 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12-45 7-13—35.
Leipsic 9 4 8 24 — 45
Columbus Grove 9 5 18 8 — 35
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 2 (Morman 2); Columbus Grove 4 (McCluer, Clement, Schumacher & Yinger).
rebounds: Leipsic 18; Columbus Grove 25 (Wynn 10).
turnovers: Leipsic 11, Columbus Grove 13.
junior varsity: Leipsic, 37-32.

CAREY 61
VANLUE 17
CAREY — Ali Rymer led three Carey players in double figures with 13 points to go with seven rebounds Saturday as the Blue Devils blitzed Vanlue 61-17 in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Carey, which moved to 12-0 on the season, jumped out to a 14-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and held a 33-8 advantage at halftime.
The Blue Devils were able to cash in at the free-throw line, hitting 16 of 21 (76 percent) attempts, while the Wildcats struggled through a 4 of 12 (33 percent) showing from the line.
Hannah Draper tallied 11 points and four assists, Logan Johnson added 10 points and Mackenzie Wentling recorded four steals for Carey.
Vanlue (2-9) was led by Haley Bonham’s seven points.

VANLUE (2-9)
Wagner 0-0—0, H. Gershultz 1-0—2, Kromer 1-1—3, Kin 0-0—0, Bonham 3-1—7, C. Gershultz 0-2—2, Roof 0-0—0, Clymer 1-0—3, Kloepfer 0-0—0, Hartman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 6 4-12—17.
CAREY (12-0)
Kin 3-1—7, Bosh 0-0—0, S. Wentling 3-2—9, M. Wentling 1-2—4, Worst 0-0—0, Hall 0-0—0, Hoepf 2-0—5, Rymer 5-3—13, Johnson 3-4—10, G. Wentling 1-0—2, Draper 3-4—11. TOTALS: 21 16-21—61.
Vanlue 2 6 7 2 — 17
Carey 14 19 16 12 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 1 (Clymer); Carey 3 (S. Wentling, Hoepf & Draper).
turnovers: Vanlue 28; Carey 11.
junior varsity: Carey, 59-18.

CORY-RAWSON 53
RIDGEMONT 16
RIDGEWAY — Led by Kiley Scott’s 15-point effort, Cory-Rawson raced out to a 19-0 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 53-16 nonleague girls basketball victory against Ridgemont on Saturday.
The Hornets (6-8) finished 23 of 49 (47 percent) from the field, while committing nine turnovers, handing out 19 assists and nabbing 15 steals.
Kendra Tuttle had 11 points, seven steals and six assists, Megan Ritter added 10 points and Chelsea Burkholder grabbed six of Cory-Rawson’s 33 rebounds.
Shelby Christian and Sara McFadden each finished with four points to pace Ridgemont (3-8).

CORY-RAWSON (6-8)
Scott 7-2—15, Biery 0-0—0, M. Burkholder 4-0—8, Von Stein 0-0—0, Ritter 4-2—10, Tuttle 4-2—11, Heldman 0-0—0, Rettig 0-0—0, C. Burkholder 1-0—2, Galvan 3-1—7. TOTALS: 23-49 5-10—53.
RIDGEMONT (3-8)
Creamer 1-0—2, McCullough 1-0—2, M. Totten 0-0—0, McKee 0-0—0, Wagner 0-0—0, S. Totten 1-0—2, Cronley 1-0—2, McFadden 2-0—4, Billenstein 0-0—0, Christian 1-2—4, Lingo 0-0—0. TOTALS: 7 2-7—16.
Cory-Rawson 19 8 14 12 — 53
Ridgemont 0 4 10 2 — 16
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 2-8 (Scott, Tuttle); Ridgemont none.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 44
HARDIN NORTHERN 37
BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon used a 13-7 second-quarter run to build a 21-14 halftime cushion and held off Hardin Northern down the stretch for a 44-37 nonconference girls basketball victory Saturday.
The Chieftains (6-4) shot just 13 of 43 (30 percent) from the field and committed 25 turnovers, but were helped by a 46-26 advantage on the glass, including a 19-7 edge in offensive rebounds.
Hardin Northern went 15 of 45 (33 percent) from the floor and made just 4 of 14 (29 percent) of its free throws.
Courtney Burns finished with a team-high 15 points and Aleta Daniel added nine for Hopewell-Loudon.
Holly Wilson had game highs of 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Polar Bears (1-13).

HARDIN NORTHERN (1-13)
Campbell 0-0—0, Curtis 2-1—6, S. Schlatter 1-0—2, M. Wilson 0-0—0, Watts 1-1—4, Madison 1-0—2, Roth 0-0—0, H. Wilson 9-0—19, Cook 0-0—0, K. Schlatter 0-0—0, Hooker 1-2—4, Dye 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-45 4-14—37.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON (6-4)
Burns 4-6—15, Bouillon 0-0—0, Feindel 1-0—2, Daniel 3-1—9, Leiter 2-3—7, Park 0-3—3, Siegel 0-0—0, Gregg 0-0—0, Arbogast 2-0—4, Brickner 1-2—4. TOTALS: 13-43 15-30—44.
Hardin Northern 7 7 13 10 — 37
Hopewell-Loudon 8 13 11 12 — 44
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 3-12 (Curtis, Watts & H. Wilson); Hopewell-Loudon 3-9 (Daniel 2, Burns).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 26 (H. Wilson 10); Hopewell-Loudon 46.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 16, Hopewell-Loudon 25.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 32-24.

ALLEN EAST 55
KALIDA 47
KALIDA — Kylie Osterhage had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Kalida but the Wildcats still fell to Allen East 55-47 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
Allen East’s 16-9 first-quarter advantage proved to be the difference. Kaycee Rowe had 20 points and nine rebounds to lead the Mustangs (8-4).
The Wildcats (5-7) were 16 of 48 (33 percent) shooting from the floor, and 11 of 13 (85 percent) from the free-throw line. The Mustangs were 18 of 39 (46 percent) shooting and 17 of 20 (85 percent) from the line.

allen east (8-4)
Rowe 7-6—20, Clum 6-0—13, Conkle 2-4—8, A. Woods 1-5—8, L. Woods 2-0—4, Plaugher 0-2—2, Richardson 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-39 17-20—55.
kalida (5-7)
Osterhage 7-8—24, Kaufman 2-2—7, Hoffman 2-0—5, A. Recker 2-1—5, N. Recker 2-0—4, Turnwald 1-0—2, Vorst 0-0—0, Siebeneck 0-0—0, Reindel 0-0—0, Kahle 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16-48 11-13—47.
Allen East 16 14 12 13 — 55
Kalida 9 12 11 15 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Allen East 2 (Clum & A. Woods 1); Kalida 4 (Osterhage 2, Kaufman & Hoffman 1).
rebounds: Allen East 23 (Rowe 9); Kalida 27 (Osterhage 10).
turnovers: Allen East 14, Kalida 16.
junior varsity: Kalida, 39-13.
MCCOMB 65
NORTH BALTIMORE 32
MCCOMB — Emily Clymer scored 22 points and Nora Hemminger added 16 to lead McComb’s girls basketball team over North Baltimore 65-32 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
McComb (8-5) outscored North Baltimore 18-0 in the second quarter and 18-6 in the third quarter to break open a tight game.
Clymer also had a team-high nine rebounds for the Panthers and Brenna Dee scored in double figures with 13 points. McComb was 24 of 51 (47 percent) from the floor and 13 of 19 (68 percent) from the free-throw line.
Olivia Frost scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead North Baltimore (5-8).

north baltimore (5-8)
Davis 2-0—4, Trumbull 1-2—4, Powell 4-0—10, Frost 6-0—12, Boyer 1-0—2, Rister 0-0—0, Stewart 0-0—0, Schloemp 0-0—0, Fleckner 0-0—0, Grilliot 0-0—0. TOTALS: 14-41 2-13—32.
mccomb (8-5)
Hemminger 5-5—16, Buck 1-0—2, Dee 6-0—13, Hammond 1-0—3, Clymer 8-6—22, Herr 2-2—7, Reigle 1-0—2. TOTALS: 24-51 13-19—65.
North Baltimore 14 0 6 12 — 32
McComb 15 18 18 14 — 65
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 2 (Powell 2); McComb 4 (Hemminger, Dee, Hammond & Herr 1).
rebounds: North Baltimore 26 (Frost 12); McComb 31.
turnovers: North Baltimore 28, McComb 10.

PANDORA-GILBOA 46
FORT JENNINGS 12
PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa’s Megan Maag scored 12 points to match Fort Jennings’ point total for the game as the Rockets racked up a 46-12 Putnam County League girls basketball win over the Musketeers Saturday afternoon.
Anna Abelovska scored eight points and Vanessa McCullough netted seven points with six assists and three steals for the Rockets (7-4, 1-1 PCL).
Cassie Lindeman scored five points for the Musketeers (2-11, 0-3), who were just 5 of 35 from the field and 1 of 12 from the foul line.

FORT JENNINGS (2-11, 0-3 PCL)
Lindeman 2-1—5, Calvelage 2-0—4, Jettinghoff 1-0—3. TOTALS: 5-35 1-12—12.
PANDORA-GILBOA (7-4, 1-1 PCL)
Bre. Hovest 0-1—1, McCullough 3-0—7, Hermiller 2-0—4, O. Maag 1-0—3, Bri. Hovest 1-2—4, M. Maag 6-0—12, Watkins 2-0—4, Abelovska 4-0—8, Macke 1-1—3. TOTALS: 20-52 4-10—46.
Fort Jennings 5 2 3 2 — 12
Pandora-Gilboa 13 13 4 16 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 1-12 (Jettinghoff); Pandora-Gilboa 1-8 (McCullough).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 31 (M. Maag 6); Fort Jennings 25.
turnovers: Fort Jennings 26, Pandora-Gilboa 14.

ADA 59
KENTON 50
ADA — Tori Wyss dropped 29 points to lead Ada’s girls basketball team to a 59-50 nonconference girls basketball win over Kenton on Saturday.
The Bulldogs (6-5) were 28 of 42 (67 percent) from the free throw line, with Wyss making 19 foul shots. Kenton was 14 of 29 (48 percent).
Alexis Amburgey also scored in double figures for Ada with 10 points.
Brooke Bostelman had 14 points to lead Kenton (6-7).
junior varsity: Kenton, 40-35.

ARCADIA 57
OLD FORT 38
ARCADIA — Molly Glick and Courtney Cramer combined for 40 points Saturday night as Arcadia blew past Old Fort in the second half to post a 57-38 win in a nonleague matchup.
The Redskins upped their record to 8-3 by outscoring the Stockaders 39-17 over the final two quarters after trailing 21-18 at halftime.
Arcadia won the battle on the glass by a 39-26 margin and committed just eight turnovers, while forcing Old Fort into 21.
The Stockaders (10-2) were 11 of 37 (30 percent) from the field in the game and hit 14 of 27 (52 percent) from the foul line.
Glick recorded eight rebounds and seven steals in addition to her game-high 21 points, Cramer netted 19 points and had five steals and Rebecca Kirian snared 10 rebounds and handed out three assists.
Old Fort got 13 points from Peyton Miller and Mackenzie Ward finished with nine points.

OLD FORT (10-2)
Adelsperger 0-1—1, Miller 2-3—7, Reineck 0-0—0, Bilger 0-0—0, Ward 3-3—9, Miller 4-3—13, Hartsel 0-0—0, Kimmet 0-0—0, Bell 1-0—2, Magers 1-3—5, Davidson 0-1—1. TOTALS: 11-37 14-27 — 38.
ARCADIA (8-3)
M. Mock 0-0—0, Kieffer 0-0—0, Kirian 1-0—2, Ball 0-0—0, Piña 1-3—5, Glick 8-5—21, Cramer 7-3—19, Dauterman 2-2—6, Ware 0-1—1, Coward 0-1—1, A. Mock 1-0—2, Ward 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20-53 15-30 — 57.
Old Fort 6 15 7 10 — 38
Arcadia 11 7 20 19 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 2-7 (Miller 2); Arcadia 2-4 (Cramer 2).
rebounds: Old Fort 26; Arcadia 39 (Kirian 10).
turnovers: Old Fort 21; Arcadia 8.
junior varsity: Arcadia, 42-31.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 55
DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 36
DELPHOS — Ottawa-Glandorf’s girls basketball team grabbed its 10th win of the season by whipping Delphos St. John’s 55-36 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
The Titans, the No. 9 team in the latest Division III Associated Press state girls basketball poll, improved to 10-2 while dropping the Blue Jays to 4-8.

EASTWOOD 56
FOSTORIA 52
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood’s girls basketball team picked up its first Northern Buckeye Conference won of the season as the Eagles stopped Fostoria 56-52 on Saturday.
The Eagles improved to 2-11 and 1-7 in the NBC while Fostoria fell to 1-10 and 0-7.
No other information on the game was available Saturday night.

BOYS BASKETBALL
CONVOY CRESTVIEW 54
ARLINGTON 36
CONVOY — After battling to a 19-19 tie at the end of the first half, Convoy Crestview put together a 16-7 scoring run in the third quarter and handed Arlington a 54-36 defeat in a matchup of unbeaten nonconference foes Saturday night.
The Knights (10-0) held a 24-16 edge in rebounding, including a 11-4 margin on the offensive glass.
Crestview turned the ball over six times, while forcing the Red Devils into 15 turnovers.
Tyson Bolenbaugh led the Knights with 15 points and three blocks, Damian Helm notched 14 points and five rebounds and Cam Etzler added 10 points, five boards, two assists and two steals.
Michael Blunk’s 12 points and eight rebounds were tops for Arlington (7-1).

ARLINGTON (7-1)
Blunk 3-4—12, Babb 0-0—0, Click 4-0—8, Green 0-0—0, Courtney 2-0—4, Starr 2-0—5, Freed 1-0—2, Hunter 2-1—5. TOTALS: 14-31 5-8 — 36.
CONVOY CRESTVIEW (10-0)
Simerman 1-0—3, Rolsten 0-0—0, Rickard 0-0—0, Bolenbaugh 5-5—15, Jones 0-0—0, Zaleski 2-4—9, Lautzenheiser 1-0—3, Etzler 4-2—10, Helm 4-5—14. TOTALS: 17-38 16-22 — 54.
Arlington 10 9 7 10 — 36
Crestview 11 8 16 19 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Arlington 3-11 (Blunk 2, Starr); Crestview 4-13 (Simerman, Zaleski, Lautzenheiser & Helm).
rebounds: Arlington 16 (Blunk 8); Crestview 24 (Zaleski 6).
turnovers: Arlington 15; Crestview 6.
PATRICK HENRY 67
MOHAWK 48
HAMLER — AJ Wagner tossed in 32 points for Patrick Henry as the Patriots had little trouble with Mohawk 67-48 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
Wagner was 14 of 17 from the field with four rebounds and three assists to help the Patriots improve to 2-9. Alex Scheele knocked down 13 points and Andrew Willford added 12.
Brayden Dunlap netted 17 points and Mitch Parker scored 11 for Mohawk (1-9).

MOHAWK (1-9)
Dunlap 5-5–17, Parker 4-2—11, Johnson 3-2—8, Fitschen 3-0—7, Stillberger 0-3—3, Eaton 0-2–2, Gucker 0-0—0, Fredritz 0-0—0, Jeffery 0-0—0. TOTALS: 11-30 14-21—48.
PATRICK HENRY (2-9)
Wagner 14-1—32, Scheele 4-3—13, Andrew Willford 6-0—12, Seemann 2-2—6, Mangas 1-0—3, Breece 0-1—1, Ehlers 0-0—0, Bostelman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 23-30 9-18—67.
Patrick Henry 20 14 14 19 — 67
Mohawk 10 8 17 13 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 4-15 (Scheele 2, Wagner & Mangas); Mohawk 4-15 (Dunlap 2, Parker & Fitschen).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 21 (Willford 7); Mohawk 10.
turnovers: Patrick Henry 12, Mohawk 6.

NORTH BALTIMORE 68
HARDIN NORTHERN 55
NORTH BALTIMORE — Jacob Frost poured in 22 points and Chad Wright added a double-double of 19 points and 12 rebounds as North Baltimore defeated Hardin Northern 68-55 in a nonconference game Saturday night.
The Tigers (6-7) built a 34-22 halftime lead and prevented any type of rally by the Polar Bears in the final two quarters.
North Baltimore finished 25 of 42 (60 percent) from inside the arc and outrebounded Hardin Northern 34-22.
Jacob Gossard scored a game-high 26 points for the Polar Bears (1-10), who were 19 of 49 (39 percent) from the field in the contest. Rylie Drumm kicked in 11 points and seven rebounds and Storm Drumm added 11 points.
Sean Watson netted 13 points and Lane Bishop tallied six assists for the Tigers.

HARDIN NORTHERN (1-10)
Gossard 9-3—26, R. Drumm 4-1—11, Prichard 0-0—0, Danz 0-0—0, Lamb 2-0—5, S. Drumm 4-3—11, Obenour 1-0—2, Thomson 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-49 7-12 — 55.
NORTH BALTIMORE (6-7)
Newcomer 1-0—2, De Los Reyes 0-0—0, Nichols 0-0—0, Frost 7-4—22, Watson 6-1—13, Wright 9-1—19, Bishop 1-0—2, Trumbull 3-0—6, McMahon 2-0—4. TOTALS: 29-57 6-8 — 68.
Hardin Northern 11 11 18 15 — 55
North Baltimore 16 18 19 15 — 68
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 10-26 (Gossard 5, S. Drumm 3, R. Drumm 2, Lamb); North Baltimore 4-15 (Frost 4).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 22 (R. Drumm 7); North Baltimore 34 (Wright 12).
turnovers: Hardin Northern 14; North Baltimore 18.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 41-18.

KALIDA 57
TINORA 46
DEFIANCE — Devin Kortokrax had another big night as he led Kalida to a 57-46 nonconference boys basketball win over Tinora Saturday night.
Kortokrax was 8 of 13 from the field on his way to scoring 22 points for the Wildcats (8-3). Teammates Joe Gerdeman and Randy Zeller both chipped in 13 points.
Derek Drewes netted 14 points and Landon Miller scored 10 for Tinora (8-3).

KALIDA (8-3)
Kortokrax 8-5—22, Gerdeman 6-1—13, Zeller 2-5—13, Roebke 1-0—3, Langhals 1-0—3, Miller 1-1—3, Swift 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20-44 12-17—57.
Tinora (8-3)
D. Drewes 5-3—14, Miller 4-2—10, Kahle 2-2—6, N. Drewes 2-0—6, Kissel 2-0—4, Renollet 1-1—4, Anderson 1-0-2, Pittman 0-0—0. TOTALS: 17-47 8-16—46.
Kalida 11 14 10 22 — 57
Tinora 10 15 7 14 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 5-13 (Zeller 2, Roebke, Langhals & Kortokrax); Tinora 4-21 (N. Drewes 2, D. Drewes & Renollet).

OTTOVILLE 59
PANDORA-GILBOA 33
PANDORA — Ottoville got 19 points from Luke Schimmoeller and Brandt Landin chipped in 12 points as the Big Green rolled past Pandora-Gilboa 59-33 Saturday night in a nonleague tilt.
Schimmoeller dropped in nine points and Austin Honigford added eight in the second quarter as Ottoville (4-9) outscored the Rockets 22-5 in the frame to go into halftime with a 32-12 advantage.
Honigford finished with 10 points.
Pandora-Gilboa (1-9) hit just 6 of 14 (43 percent) free throws.
Seth Schmenk paced the Rockets with 11 points.

OTTOVILLE (4-9)
Schnipke 1-0—2, Wenzlick 0-0—0, C. Bendele 2-1—6, Gudakunst 0-0—0, Roby 0-0—0, Honigford 4-1—10, Landin 5-2—12, Turnwald 2-0—6, Krouskup 0-0—0, Schimmoeller 5-7—19, K. Bendele 2-0—4, Von Sossan 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21 11-16 — 59.
PANDORA-GILBOA (1-9)
Rieman 0-0—0, Wauters 0-0—0, Schmenk 4-2—11, Schneck 2-3—7, Miller 0-0—0, Osborn 1-0—2, Hovest 0-0—0, Alexander 0-0—0, Tousley 3-1—7, Fenstermaker 3-0—6. TOTALS: 13 6-14 — 33.
Ottoville 10 22 13 14 — 59
Pandora-Gilboa 7 5 10 11 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 6 (Turnwald & Schimmoeller 2, C. Bendele & Honigford); Pandora-Gilboa 1 (Schmenk).

COLONEL CRAWFORD 59
UPPER SANDUSKY 53
UPPER SANDUSKY — Connor McCreary and Todd Entenmann combined for 41 of Colonel Crawford’s 59 points as the Eagles defeated Upper Sandusky 59-53 in a North Central Conference boys basketball game Saturday.
McCreary scored scored 12 of his 23 points in the first half, including a team-high two 3-pointers. Entenmann scored 13 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter, including 11 of 12 from the free-throw line.
Colonel Crawford (10-2, 5-1 NCC) jumped out to a 15-7 first-quarter lead, but Upper Sandusky (6-6, 3-3 NCC) outscored the Eagles 16-10 in the second quarter to pull the game within 25-23. A slim 34-30 second-half advantage helped the Eagles get the road win.
Cody Clifford and Cody Collins had 14 and 13 points, respectively, to lead Upper Sandusky.

colonel crawford (10-2, 5-1 ncc)
Klingenberger 2-2—6, McCreary 8-5—23, Sager 1-1—4, Gulley 2-3—8, Entenmann 3-11—18, Van Meter 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16 22—59.
upper sandusky (6-6, 3-3 ncc)
Clifford 6-0—14, Roeder 4-0—8, Vent 2-3—8, Collins 5-0—13, Frey 2-2—6, Myers 2-0—4, Mittermaier 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21 5—53.
Colonel Crawford 15 10 15 19 — 59
Upper Sandusky 7 16 13 17 — 53
3-Point GOALS: Colonel Crawford 5 (McCreary 2, Sager, Gulley & Entenmann 1); Upper Sandusky 6 (Collins 3, Clifford 2, Vent 1).

BUCKEYE CENTRAL 71
RIVERDALE 56
RIVERDALE — Buckeye Central doubled up Riverdale 22-11 in the first quarter and knocked off Riverdale 71-56 in a North Central Conference boys basketball game Saturday.
Austin Wurm had 27 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Buckeye Central (10-1, 5-1 NCC). The Bucks were 26 of 47 (55 percent) shooting from the floor and 16 of 22 (73 percent) from the free throw line.
Tyson Frey had 18 points to lead Riverdale (5-6, 2-4 NCC), and Jimmy Fox added 13.

buckeye central (10-1, 5-1 NCC)
Heydinger 0-1—1, A. Wurm 9-6—27, Stacklin 1-0—2, S. Wurm 4-2—10, Ollis 1-0—2, Robertson 6-7—19, Kaple 5-0—10, Stahl 0-0—0. TOTALS: 26-47 16-22—71.
riverdale (5-6, 2-4 NCC)
Rickle 1-0—2, Pever 3-2—9, Holderman 3-3—9, Fox 4-4—13, Frey 6-4—18, Loveridge 2-0—5, Snider 0-0—0, Pickett 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-48 13-19—56.
Buckeye Central 22 16 18 15 — 71
Riverdale 11 14 18 13 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central 3 (A. Wurm 3); Riverdale 5 (Frey 2, Pever, Fox & Loveridge 1).
rebounds: Buckeye Central 27 (Robertson 11); Riverdale 18 (Fox, Frey & Loveridge 4).
turnovers: Buckeye Central 11, Riverdale 13.

LIBERTY-BENTON 75
CAREY 40
Liberty-Benton got 31 points from Zach Garver and outscored Carey 54-22 over the final three quarters to run away with a 75-40 nonconference victory Saturday night.
The Eagles, who improved to 8-4 on the season, held a slim 21-18 lead after the first quarter but blew the doors off the Blue Devils thanks to an edge in rebounds (32-18) and assists (19-3).
Despite finishing 17 of 30 (57 percent) from the field, Carey did not hit double digits in scoring in any period after the first and committed 15 turnovers.
John Darnall chipped in 17 points, Adam Cytlak added 13 points, Brandon May grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds and BJ Lawson handed out six assists for Liberty-Benton.
Zach Boes led Carey (9-3) with 15 points, Bryan Powers contributed 14 points and Jared Wentling snared five boards.

CAREY (9-3)
Holsinger 0-0—0, Boes 6-2—15, Powers 6-0—14, LaRoche 1-0—2, L. Wentling 0-0—0, J. Wentling 3-0—6, Distel 1-0—3, Rymer 0-0—0, Griffin 0-0—0. TOTALS: 17-30 2-4—40.
LIBERTY-BENTON (8-4)
Cytlak 5-2—13, Darnall 6-2—17, Lawson 0-0—0, Haan 0-0—0, Rhodes 0-0—0, Garver 11-5—31, Archer 0-0—0, May 3-0—6, Craft 3-0—6, Steinman 1-0—2, Dager 0-0—0. TOTALS: 29-51 9-12—75.
Carey 18 6 7 9 — 40
Liberty-Benton 21 19 14 21 — 75
3-Point GOALS: Carey 4-10 (Powers 2, Distel, Boes); Liberty-Benton 8-19 (Garver 4, Darnall 3, Cytlak).
rebounds: Carey 18 (J. Wentling 5); Liberty-Benton 32 (May 13).
turnovers: Carey 15, Liberty-Benton 10.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 51-17.
VANLUE 39
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 37
VANLUE — Vanlue scored just three points in each of the first two quarters but roared back to life in the second half to knock off Hopewell-Loudon 39-37 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
Vanlue (3-7) trailed 19-6 at halftime but blitzed the Chieftains (6-7) 33-18 in the second half. Hopewell-Loudon had a couple of chances to at least tie the game but missed a pair of shots in the final five seconds.
Austin Smith scored 14 points and Jacob Coldren added 10 for the Wildcats. Tyler Imes scored 11 and Andrew Lommerse popped in 10 for the Chieftains.

Hopewell-Loudon (6-7)
Sendelbach 1-0–2, Salem 2-0—6, Bodart 2-0—4, Lommerse 4-1—10, Imes 5-1—11, Steinmetz 2-0—4. TOTALS: 13-35 3-12 2-3—37.
VANLUE (3-7)
Smith 5-1—14, Hagerty 3-2—8, Wagner 2-2—7, Coldren 4-1—10. TOTALS: 9-23 5-18 6-9—39.
Hopewell-Loudon 9 10 7 11 — 37
Vanlue 3 3 16 17 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 3-12 (Salem 2, Lommerse); Vanlue 5-18 (Smith 3, Coldren & Wagner).
rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 31; Vanlue 17 (Coldren 6).
turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 15, Vanlue 10.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 33-11.
MILLER CITY 68
LINCOLNVIEW 52
MILLER CITY — Cory Heuerman scored 17 points, Adam Niese added 16 and the Miller City boys basketball team shot lights out from 3-point range as the Wildcats defeated Lincolnview 68-52 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday.
Miller City (7-4) was 11 of 15 from 3-point range. Jackson Lammers scored 13 points with a team-high four 3-pointers, and Heuerman, Niese and Adam Drummelsmith each had two treys.
Kyle Adams had 12 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Lincolnview (6-4). Justis Dowdy scored 11 and Chandler Adams had 10 for the Lancers, which shot 20 of 51 (39 percent) from the floor and 7 of 16 (44 percent) from the free-throw line.

lincolnview (6-4)
McCleery 2-1—5, Williams 3-3—12, Farmer 2-0—6, Dowdy 4-3—11, Ludwig 2-0—4, Leeth 2-0—4, Adams 5-0—10. TOTALS: 20-51 7-16—52.
miller city (7-4)
M. Lammers 1-0—2, J. Lammers 4-1—13, Gerten 3-2—9, Heuerman 6-3—17 Drummelsmith 4-1—11, Niese 5-4—16. TOTALS: 23-37, 11-17—68.
Lincolnview 14 13 11 14 — 52
Miller City 11 23 20 14 — 68
3-Point GOALS: Lincolnview 5 (Williams 3, Farmer 2); Miller City 11 (Lammers 4, Heuerman, Drummelsmith & Niese 2, Gerten 1).
rebounds: Lincolnview 23 (Ludwig 9); Miller City 21 (Drummelsmith & Niese 7).
turnovers: Lincolnview 7, Miller City 11.
junior varsity: Lincolnview, 46-35.
COLUMBUS GROVE 50
LEIPSIC 39
COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove’s 18-8 fourth-quarter advantage helped the Bulldogs knock off Putnam County League-rival Leipsic 50-39 in a PCL boys basketball game Saturday.
Will Vorhees had 22 points and seven rebounds to lead Columbus Grove (6-3, 3-0 PCL). Jace Darbyshire was the only other Bulldog in double figures scoring with 15 points. He also added three assists and two steals.
Zach Kuhlman had 15 points, including three 3-pointers, for the Vikings (6-5, 2-1 PCL), which shot 14 of 35 (40 percent) from the floor, including 5 of 17 (29 percent) from 3-point range.
Columbus Grove dominated from the free-throw line, going 18 of 25 (72 percent) compared to 6 of 10 (60 percent) for Leipsic.

junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 43-13.
VAN BUREN 69
ELMWOOD 25
VAN BUREN — Marcus Brand pumped in 18 points and Sawyer Junge added 15 as Van Buren dumped Elmwood 69-25 in nonleague boys basketball action Saturday night.
The Black Knights (6-5) built a 31-15 halftime lead, before outscoring the Royals 24-0 in the third frame to take a commanding 55-15 lead into the fourth quarter.
Elmwood was 10 of 39 (26 percent) from the field and committed 22 turnovers, while leading scorer Aaron Arnold was held to just three points.
Jarrett Childress finished with nine points and Tayte Lentz accounted for six points for the Royals (1-8).

ELMWOOD (1-8)
Robbins 0-0—0, Lentz 3-0—6, Aufdencamp 0-2—2, Childress 4-1—9, Baxter 2-0—5, Buckingham 0-0—0, Arnold 0-3—3, Camden 0-0—0, Jones 0-0—0, Solether 0-0—0, Sheldon 0-0—0, Palmer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 10-34 6-9—27.
VAN BUREN (6-5)
Fasone 1-1—3, Endicott 2-1—5, Jacobs 3-0—6, Junge 6-2—15, Brand 9-0—18, Roberts 3-2—9, Franklin 1-0—2, Williams 4-0—9, Kelly 1-0—2. TOTALS: 29-66 6-9—67.
Elmwood 4 11 0 12 — 25
Van Buren 15 16 24 12 — 69
3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 1-5 (Baxter); Van Buren 3-9 (Junge, Roberts & Williams).
rebounds: Elmwood 14 (Arnold 4); Van Buren 23.
turnovers: Elmwood 22, Van Buren 10.

AYERSVILLE 45
CONTINENTAL 43
CONTINENTAL — Trey Bauman’s 21 points helped Ayersville’s boys basketball team hold on against Continental 45-43 in a nonconference game Saturday.
Continental outscored Ayersville 18-12 in the fourth quarter, but fell just short and dropped to 3-7 on the season.
Gabe Williams had 17 points and seven rebounds to lead Continental.
Ayersville (8-2) was 17 of 35 (49 percent) shooting from the floor, including 4 of 9 (44 percent) from three point range. The Pirates were 13 of 38 (34 percent) from the floor and 15 of 22 from the free throw line.

ayersville (8-2)
Lawson 1-0—3, McGuire 1-0—2, Dales 2-1—6, Lamb 1-0—2, Thieroff 1-0—2, Bauman 9-1—21, Zimmerman 3-3—9. TOTALS: 17-35 5-12—45.
continental (3-7)
Swager 2-2—6, Schwarzman 3-1—8, G. Williams 4-9—17, Mansfield 2-2—7, Stauffer 0-1—1, J. Williams 1-0—2, Troyer 1-0—2. TOTALS: 13-38 15-22—43.
Ayersville 12 6 15 12 — 45
Continental 12 4 9 18 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Ayersville 4 (Bauman 2, Dales & Lawson 1); Continental 2 (Schwarzman & Mansfield 1).
rebounds: Ayersville 12; Continental 21 (G. Williams 7).
turnovers: Ayersville 14, Continental 13.
junior varsity: Ayersville, 35-11.

ADA 60
WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN 51
WAYNESFIELD — Brayden Sautter dropped 16 points to lead Ada’s boys basketball team over Waynesfield-Goshen 60-51 in a nonconference game Saturday.
The Bulldogs (2-6) jumped out to a 17-9 lead after the first quarter. Waynesfield-Goshen came back to tie it at 41 after three quarters, but a 19-11 fourth-quarter advantage gave Ada the road win.
Levi Bass, Grant McBride and Austin Dumbaugh each scored 11 points for the Bulldogs.

ada (2-6)
Sautter 5-4—16, Willeke 2-2—6, Bass 3-5—11, Ansley 1-1—3, McBride 3-4—11, Dumbaugh 3-5—11, Archer 0-2—2, Conley 0-0—0, Lehsten 0-0—0. TOTALS: 17 23—60.
waynesfield-goshen (0-9)
Turner 4-5—14, Herron 1-0—3, Beard 1-1—4, Motter 3-0—6, Lowe 2-0—4, Spillman 3-0—8, Crawford 5-0—12. TOTALS: 19 6—51.
Ada 17 11 13 19 — 60
Waynesfield-Goshen 9 17 14 11 — 51
3-Point GOALS: Ada 3 (Sautter 2, McBride 1); Waynesfield-Goshen 7 (Spillman & Crawford 2, Turner, Herron & Beard 1).
junior varsity: Ada, 59-19.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 46
CORY-RAWSON 33
MCGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley raced out to a 16-4 advantage after one quarter and extended it to 25-8 at halftime en route to a 46-33 nonleague victory against Cory-Rawson Saturday night.
The Rams (9-1) shot 15 of 29 (51 percent) from 2-point range and were led by Dylan Hunsicker’s 10 points, three assists and two steals. Lane Hurley and Woody Prater each contributed eight points.
Grant Risner paced the Hornets (1-10) with 10 points and seven rebounds, while Matt Alspach added eight points, four assists and two steals.

CORY-RAWSON (1-9)
Moser 2-0—5, Alspach 3-2—8, Silvers 1-0—2, Rossman 2-0—6, G. Risner 4-2—10, Shepler 1-0—2, H. Risner 0-0—0, Miles 0-0—0. TOTALS: 13-33 4-6 — 33.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (9-1)
Rostofer 1-3—5, Simon 1-0—2, A. Howard 1-0—3, Hurley 2-3—8, Hunsicker 4-2—10, Prater 4-0—8, Parker 1-2—4, H. Howard 3-0—6. TOTALS: 17-37 10-14 — 46.
Cory-Rawson 4 4 13 12 — 33
Upper Scioto Valley 16 9 12 9 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 3-11 (Rossman 2, Moser); Upper Scioto Valley 2-8 (A. Howard & Hurley).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 19 (G. Risner 7); Upper Scioto Valley 21 (Simon 5).
turnovers: Cory-Rawson 19; Upper Scioto Valley 17.
junior varsity: Upper Scioto Valley, 40-28.

Prep Boys Swimming
SHELBY 176, MANSFIELD ST. PETER’S 135
UPPER SANDUSKY 106, BUCYRUS 48
200 MEDLEY RELAY — Shelby (Emerson, Ensman, McPherson, John) 2:07.82. 200 FREE — Schlitt (MSP) 2:19.5. 200 I(M — Schlitt (MSP) 2:34.94. 50 FREE — John (Shel) 26.71. 100 FLY — McPherson (Shel) 1:11.4. 100 FREE — Dillinger (MSP) 1:04.21. 400 FREE — Barth (US) 5:30.59. 200 FREE RELAY — Shelby (McPherson, Ensman, Fagan, John) 1:56.56. 100 BACK — Emerson (Shel) 1:15.62. 100 BREAST — Schlitt (MSP) 1:19.54. 400 FREE RELAY — Mansfield St. Peter’s 4:13.41.

Prep Girls Swimming
SHELBY 183, UPPER SANDUSKY 120
BUCYRUS 97, MANSFIELD ST. PETER’S 86
200 MEDLEY RELAY — Bucyrus (Miller, Gathright, Severns, Seiber) 2:27.02. 200 FREE — Ralph (MSP) 2:32.55. 200 IM — Gathright (Buc) 2:47.49. 50 FREE — John (Shel) 26.71. 100 FLY — Severns (Buc) 1:21.11. 100 FREE — Ralph (MSP) 1:09.46. 400 FREE — Baker (Shel) 5:44.41.200 FREE RELAY — Shelby (Baker, Ensman, Brooks, White) 2:10.56. 100 BACK — Ralph (MSP) 1:17.09. 100 BREAST — Gathright (Buc) 1:22.82. 400 FREE RELAY — Bucyrus (Seiber, Miller, Severns, Gathright) 5:18.59.

Prep Wrestling
NORTH BALTIMORE 39, McCOMB 18
106 — Double forfeit.
113 — Double forfeit.
120 — Spoon (Mc) won by forfeit.
126 — Double forfeit.
132 — Hotaling (NB) won by forfeit.
138 — Carles (NB) pinned Swain, 1:21.
145 — Griffith (NB) won by forfeit.
152 — Double forfeit.
160 — Landversicht (Mc) won by forfeit.
170 — Crouse (McC) won by forfeit.
182 — Jubara (NB) pinned Eaken, 3:25.
195 — Meggitt (NB) dec. Taulker, 4-1.
220 — Bankey (NB) pinned Smith, 1:37.
285 — Andrus (NB) won by forfeit.

GIBSONBURG 36, McCOMB 34
106 — Mendoza (G) won by forfeit.
113 — Double forfeit.
120 — Spoon (Mc) won by forfeit
126 — Campbell (G) won by forfeit.
132 — Arriaga (G) won by forfeit.
138 — Schmeltz (G) pinned Swain, :49.
145 — Geary (G) won by forfeit.
152 — Vazquez (G) won by forfeit.
160 — Landversicht (Mc) maj. dec. Kreais, 12-2.
170 — Henline (G) pinned Eaken, 5:32.
182 — Crouse (Mc) wonj by forfeit.
195 — Taulker (Mc) won by forfeit.
220 — Smith (Mc) won by forfeit.
285 — Cataline (Mc) won by forfeit.

GIBSONBURG 33, ELMWOOD 30
106 — Mendoza (G) won by forfeit.
113 — Double forfeit.
120 — Double forfeit.
126 — Adamski (E) dec. Campbell, 13-11.
132 — Schmeltz (G) dec. Merritt, 10-7
138 — Corral (E) dec. Arriaga, 14-11.
145 — Geary (G) pinned Schultz, 5:47.
152 — Vasquez (G) pinned Sweet, :27.
160 — Kreais (G) pinned Sperry, 3:12.
170 — Henline (G) pinned Hagemyer, 2:26.
182 — Ramsey (E) won by forfeit.
195 — Wiseman (E) won by forfeit.
220 — Nigh (E) won by forfeit.
285 — Fouty (E) won by forfeit.

ELMWOOD 45, NORTH BALTIMORE 18
106 — Double forfeit.
113 — Double forfeit.
120 — Double forfeit.
126 — Adamski (E) won by forfeit.
132 — Merritt (E) pinned Hotaling, 1:40.
138 — Corral (E) pinned Carles, 2:16.
145 — Griffith (NB) pinned Ridenour, 4:41.
152 — Sweet (E) won by forfeit.
160 — Drain (E) won by forfeit.
170 — Hagemyer (E) won by forfeit.
182 — Ramsey (E) dec. Jubara, 6-4.
195 — Meggitt (NB) pinned Sibrel, 1:54.
220 — Wiseman (E) pinned Bankey, :57.
285 — Andrus (NB) pinned Fouty, 1:25.

PREP WRESTLING: C-R’s Hartman wins at Lima Senior
LIMA — Cory-Rawson’s Dylen Hartman stopped Ada’s Austin Windle in an all-area final at 160 pounds to lead the way for area wrestlers at Saturday’s Lima Senior Invitational.
Hartman went 5-0 with four pins to raise his record to 18-4 on the season. He won his title with a 5-0 victory over Windle in the final.
Ada’s Brady Pitney reached the 220-pound title match before falling to finish in second place. Ada’s Dylan Hannah (170) and Cory-Rawson’s Austin Brown (138) were fourth.
Tipp City Tippecanoe edged Woodmore 236½-235 for the team title. Ada (140½) was 11th and Cory-Rawson (81) 13th in the 17-team event.

TEAM STANDINGS
1, Tipp City Tippecanoe 236½. 2, Woodmore 235. 3, St. Marys Memorial 209. 4, Troy 202½. 5, Spencerville 199. 6, Rossford 185½. 7. Delphos St. John’s 169. 8, Paulding 163. 9, Springfield Shawnee 143. 10, Delphos Jefferson 142. 11, Ada 140½. 12, Van Wert 90. 13, Cory-Rawson 81. 14, Lima Central Catholic 76. 15, Lima Senior 66. 16, Antwerp 53. 17, Lincolnview 52.
CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES
106 — Schnittker (Wood) pinned Nedderman (SMM), 5:13.
113 — Ulinksi (Wood) maj. dec. Hower (SMM), 9-0.
120 — Perkins (Troy) dec. DAllessandris (SS), 12-10.
126 — Ball (Ross) pinned Brown (Wood), 3:16.
132 — T, Deatrick (Paul) pinned Bockey (Spen), 5:43.
138 — Smiddy (SS) pinned Bellows (Spen), 2:47.
145 — Callicoat (Tipp) dec. Vermule (DJ), 5-2.
152 — Peura (Tipp) pinned Martin (DSJ), 1:33.
160 — Hartman (C-R) dec. Windle (Ada), 5-0.
170 — Robbins (Tipp) dec. Buettner (DSJ), 5-3.
182 — Foust (DJ) pinned Lemmerman (SMM), 3:48.
195 — Huffman (LCC) dec. Dodd (Tipp), 3-1.
220 — Kostecka (Troy) pinned Pitney (Ada), 1:26.
285 — Dalton (Troy) pinned Ferrell (Tipp), 2:37.
THIRD PLACE
106 — Krotzer (Ross) dec. Grant (DJ), 8-6.
113 — Seals (Paul) over Roodriguez (Lin), pool criteria.
120 — Goldsmith (Ross) pinned Cowell (Wood), 4:55.
126 — Dickson (Spen) over Holbrook (LS), pool criteria.
132 — Burlage (Ross) over Cannaday (Troy), pool criteria.
138 — Siefker (DSJ) dec. Brown (C-R), 4-1.
145 — Smith (Spen) over Vonderwell (DSJ), pool criteria.
152 — Rozzi (Wood) maj. dec. Clark (Ant), 14-5.
160 — Gaghen (Wood) pinned Haunhorst (DSJ), 1:40.
170 — A. Deatrick (Paul) maj. dec. Hannah (Ada), 10-1.
182 — Arndts (Tipp) pinned Hicks (Lin), :43.
195 — Hill (VW) dec. Valdez (Paul), 5-2.
220 — Krouskop (Spen) pinned Hicks (SMM), 1:52.
285 — Thomas (VW) over Vandemark (Spen), pool criteria.
FIFTH PLACE
106 — Love (Troy) dec. Salinas (Paul), 4-0.
113 — Scott (Troy) tech. fall Patterson (Spen), 16-1.
120 — Minck (Paul) dec. Reiter (SMM), 5-1.
126 — Quellhorst (SMM) pinned Miller (C-R), 4:21.
132 — Hammond (VW) dec. Small (Wood), 6-2.
138 — Florence (Tipp) pinned Crisenbery (VW), 3:58.
145 — Hahn (LCC) dec. Nelson (SS), 6-4.
152 — Johnson (Ross) pinned Proby (LS), 1:46.
160 — Matthews (S) maj. dec. Garcia (LCC), 14-1.
170 — McCune (SS) pinned Wilt (Wood), 2:41.
182 — Beach (Ada) tech. fall Fike (LS), 17-1.
195 — Linke (Wood) dec. Knous (Spen), 9-7.
220 — Schulte (DSJ) pinned Laker (Ant), 4:04.
285 — McConnahea (DJ) dec. Vasquez (Ross), 4-1.

Three Fostoria wrestlers place at PIT
PERRYSBURG — Three Fostoria wrestlers posted top-eight finishes at Saturday’s Perrysburg Invitational Tournament.
Luke Leonard improved his individual record to 18-3 on the season by finishing fifth at 126 pounds with a 3-2 record.
CJ Matheny (16-6) was sixth at 160 pounds with a 2-3 record and Lance Smith (15-3) was seventh at 132 pounds with a 3-2 mark.
Perrysburg edged Delta 290½-286 to win the 22-team tournament. Fostoria (40) was 14th and Mohawk (4) 22nd in the final standings.

TEAM STANDINGS
1, Perrysburg 290½. 2, Delta 286. 3, Wauseon 155. 4, Oak Harbor 147½. 5, North Royalton 124. 6, Defiance 107. 7, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 101. 8, Otsego 91. 9, New Philadelphia 77. 10, Toledo Whitmer 71. 11, Sylvania Southview 60½. 12, Napoleon 52½. 13, Tinora 48. 14, Fostoria 40. 15, Fremont St. Joseph 39. 16, Oregon Clay 35½. 17, Erie Mason, Mich. 30. 18, Evergreen 23. 19, Northwood 12. 20, Sylvania Northview 9. 21, Wooster 8. 22, Mohawk 4.

St. Wendelin duo finish second
TIFFIN — A pair of Fostoria St. Wendelin wrestlers recorded second-place finishes as the Mohawks were sixth at Tiffin Calvert’s Gene Kimmet Invitational on Saturday.
Celina outscored Bucyrus 335-247 for first place. St. Wendelin scored 154 points and Mohawk was eighth with 99 points.
Cole Williams (138) and Caleb Colburn (182) finished second while Nick DeHaven (106) and Aaron Turner (195) were third for St. Wendelin.
Mason Hammond was third at 170 pounds to lead the Warriors.

TEAM STANDINGS
1, Celina 335. 2, Bucyrus 247. 3, Lakota 224. 4, South Central 191. 5, Sandusky Perkins 178. 6, Fostoria St. Wendelin 154. 7, Tiffin Columbian 136. 8, Mohawk 99. 10, Buckeye Central 92. 11, Tiffin Calvert 52.
Individual Finishes
106 — 1, Jacob Whitaker (Cel). 2, Mason Satterfield (SP). 3, Nick DeHaven (FSW). 4, Jessica Hohman (FSW).
113 — 1, Levi Bickford (Lak). 2, Austin Hines (Cel). 3, Ethan Walter (SC). 4, Adam Ponziani (Bucyrus).
120 — 1, Jon Brodman (Cal). 2, Dakota Kroeger (Lak). 3, Cody Best (SP). 4, Ethan Summers (BC).
126 — 1, Aaron Crites (Cel). 2, Dalton Blanton (SC). 3, Trenton Adkins (SP). 4, Chet Margraf (Moh).
132 — 1, Garret Baumgardner (SP). 2, Brenden Biddle (Lak). 3, Alex Schlotterer (Cel). 4, Triston Kindle (Moh).
138 — 1, Alex Knoll (SC). 2, Cole Williams (FSW). 3, Oliver Faulkner (Buc). 4, Jacob Reyes (Col).
145 — 1, Jordan Jaso (Lak). 2, Barton (SP). 3, Oliver Stephens (Col). 4, Tyler Dillon (Cel).
152 — 1, Andy Garwood (Cel). 2, Cody Roberts (BC). 3, Vincent Prenger (Cel). 4, Spencer Hipsher (FSW).
160 — 1, Madison Jaso (Lak). 2, Clay McCarthy (BC). 3, Kyle Bathis (Cel). 4, Daniel Tolliver (SC).
170 — 1, Justin Campbell (Buc). 2, Dean Miller (Cel). 3, Mason Hammond (Moh). 4, Kain Lockner (Col).
182 — 1, Levi Spence (Buc). 2, Caleb Coburn (FSW). 3, Curtis Sillman (Cel). 4, Nick Hiss (SP).
195 — 1, Brandon Roark (Cel). 2, Jaron Burns (Col). 3, Aaron Turner (FSW). 4, Nathan Arnold (BC).
220 — 1, Cameron Conaway (SC). 2, Nathan Johns (Buc). 3, Kevin Lockwood (Cel). 4, Justin Akers (Col).
285 — 1. Dakota Hinkle (Buc). 2, Adam Wade (Cel). 3, Cody Carver (Lak). 4, Reiko Arrington (SP).