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Prep Schedule & Updates: 02-17-14

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Saturday’s Games
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Clear Fork at Ashland Senior
Sandusky Bay Conference
Oak Harbor at Huron
Other NW Ohio Games
Cardinal Stritch at Evergreen
Detroit Renaissance at Toledo Rogers
Lake at Northwood
Lima Shawnee at Marion Local
Lucas at Jeromesville Hillsdale
Mansfield Senior at Massillon Washington
Swanton at Genoa
Tol. Cent. Catholic at Sylvania Southview
Wauseon at Rossford

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Results
Northern Buckeye Conference
Rossford at Eastwood, ppd., rescheduled Feb. 19
Green Meadows Conference
Tinora at Holgate, ppd., rescheduled Feb. 18
Wayne Trace 66, Hicksville 27
Ohio Cardinal Conference
West Holmes 69, Clear Fork 57
Buckeye Border Conference
Stryker 67, Hilltop 55
Other NW Ohio Games
Arlington 64, Fort Jennings 34
Cardinal Stritch at Swanton, postponed
Coldwater 47, St. Marys Memorial 34
Gahanna Christian Academy at Danville
Kenton at Waynesfield-Goshen, postponed
Lakota 71, Arcadia 63
New Bremen at Jackson Center, postponed
North Central at Antwerp, postponed
Riverside at Springfield Greenon
Seneca East at Wynford, postponed

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Sectional Quarterfinals
Division I
AT FOSTORIA
Marion Harding 73, Fremont Ross 63
at toledo central catholic
Sylvania Southview 53, Tol. Waite 36

BOYS BASKETBALL: Arlington takes down Fort Jennings
ARLINGTON — Three players scored in double figures for Arlington, which shot 55 percent from the field, in a 64-34 nonconference victory against Fort Jennings on Monday night.
The Red Devils (16-3) made 26 of 47 field-goal attempts in the game, including 6 of 10 (60 percent) from 3-point range.
Andrew Hunter finished with 17 points and three assists, Michael Blunk added 16 points, Jordan Freed nailed three 3-balls for 11 points and Aaron Starr handed out six assists for Arlington.
Mark Metzger scored a team-high 12 points, Connor Wallenhorst tallied 10 points and Nick Von Sossan recorded four steals and three assists for Fort Jennings (3-18).

FORT JENNINGS (3-18)
Ricker 0-0–0, Wallenhorst 3-4–10, Neidert 0-0–0, Sickels 1-0–2, Kehres 1-0–3, Metzger 5-1–12, German 0-0–0, Berelsman 1-0–2, Wittler 1-0–2, Von Sossan 1-0–3. TOTALS: 13-38 5-9 — 34.
ARLINGTON (16-3)
Freed 4-0–11, Speyer 2-0–4, Glick 1-0–2, Green 0-0–0, Blunk 8-0–16, Starr 1-2–5, Hunter 6-4–17, McDowell 0-0–0, Courtney 3-0–6, Babb 1-0–3. TOTALS: 26-47 6-9 — 64.
Fort Jennings 9 10 9 6 — 34
Arlington 19 18 8 19 — 64
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 3-10 (Kehres, Metzger & Von Sossan); Arlington 6-10 (Freed 3, Babb, Starr & Hunter).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 20 (Wallenhorst, Metzger, Berelsman & Sickels 3); Arlington 19 (Glick 4).
turnovers: Fort Jennings 20; Arlington 11.

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 62
HARVEST TEMPLE CHRISTIAN 47
CLYDE — Clyde Harvest Temple’s Entheos Amos poured in 28 points to go with seven rebounds, four assists and three steals but it wasn’t enough as Heritage Christian closed out the regular season with a 62-47 win over Harvest Temple Monday night.
Heritage Christian’s Dillon Berry finished with 21 points and eight rebounds, while Andrew Van Den Berghe added 19 points, six steals and five assists for the Minutemen (8-6).
Heritage Christian won the battle on the glass 34-25 and forced Harvest Temple Christian into 16 turnovers.

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN (8-6)
W. Oestreich 1-2–4, Van Den Berghe 7-5–19, Schultz 3-1–7, M. Beal 1-0–2, Berry 10-0–21, Larsen 4-1–9. TOTALS: 26-47 9-15 — 47.
HARVEST TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (8-8)
E. Laurer 1-0–2, Amos 12-2–28, C. Laurer 2-1–5, Sawyer 1-1–3, Barlow 2-2–6, Ellis 0-1–1, Bernard 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-41 7-12 — 62.
Harvest Temple 13 15 8 11 — 47
Heritage Christian 16 20 18 8 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Heritage Christian 1-4 (Berry); Harvest Temple 2-5 (Amos 2).
rebounds: Heritage Christian 34 (Larsen 10); Harvest Temple 25 (Amos 7).
turnovers: Heritage Christian 9; Harvest Temple 16.

LAKOTA 71
ARCADIA 63
KANSAS — Colin Timmons tossed in 12 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter Monday night as Lakota rallied for a 71-63 nonleague victory over Arcadia.
The Raiders outscored the Redskins 27-11 in the fourth quarter to come away with the victory.
Josh Kirkpatrick added 18 points for Lakota, while Dakota Bowling added 13 and Hunter Chalfin scored 12.
Shae Watkins paced Arcadia with 15 points, while Chad Baker and Hayden Ramsey scored 14 apiece and Josh Ireland finished with 13.