LIMA — There weren't many things Lima Senior didn't do very well.The Spartans shot, rebounded and had four players score at least eight points.They also hit 19 of 23 at the foul line.
LIMA — Morgan Callahan had 24 points, 11 rebounds, 15 steals, four assists and three blocks as Temple Christian came away with a 47-30 girls basketball victory over Mansfield Temple Christian on Saturday.
Lima Senior 70, Findlay 42at Lima SeniorFindlaySarah Smarkel 17, Claire Johnson 9, Lexi Bronston 8, Abby Thomas 3, Katy Miller 3, Brittney Haas 2. Totals: 15–11–42.
DEFIANCE — The Wapakoneta girls and boys teams won Western Buckeye League titles at Saturday's meet at the Defiance YMCA.
BoysAda 64, Kenton 52Akr. SVSM 60, Athens 48Ashville Teays Valley 66, Circleville Logan Elm 49Bainbridge Paint Valley 81, Mowrystown Whiteoak 48
PERRY TOWNSHIP — The host Commodores improved to 5-0 in the Northwest Central Conference with a 96-50 victory over Ridgemont on Friday night.
Saturday, Jan. 31Boys BasketballKenton at Ada, 7:30 p.m.Allen East at Hardin Northern, 7:30 p.m.Bluffton at Van Buren, 7:30 p.m.
High schoolsBoys BasketballMinster 73, Parkway 44at ParkwayMinster
BoysAkr. Coventry 78, Mantua Crestwood 54Akr. Ellet 69, Akr. Buchtel 64Akr. Firestone 85, Akr. North 73Akr. Garfield 74, Akr. Kenmore 63
BATH TOWNSHIP — Here's a scary thought to opposing teams. Bath's Maddie Dackin said her team can get even better.But on Thursday, the Wildkittens' press and 3-point shooting were pretty solid.
LIMA – Lima Senior had already beaten Toledo St. Ursula once this season, but the Spartans still played like they had something to prove in a 64-47 girls basketball win on Thursday night.
ELIDA — Elida hung in as best it could, but Shawnee's post advantage and foul trouble were too much to overcome.
ADA — Rachel Wildman's basket with two seconds remained proved to be the difference as Ada defeated Lima Central Catholic 51-49 Thursday night.
High SchoolsGirls BasketballUpper Scioto Valley 72, Riverside 31At Upper Scioto ValleyRiverside
The WOHSBC heads into the stretch but this past week two valued members of Team Wapak took a detour to meet an individual honor and a personal goal.
Thursday, Jan. 29Girls BasketballAda at LCC 6:45 p.m.Allen East at Bluffton, 7:30 p.m.Spencerville at Columbus Grove, 7:30 p.m.
Here is a look at some of the top high school sporting events involving area teams for the rest of the week.Girls basketballVAN WERT (4-12, 0-5 WESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE) AT BATH (14-1, 5-0 WBL)
High schoolsWrestlingRegional quarterfinalsDivision IISub-Region 16-B
High schoolsBoys BasketballLima Senior 68,Lima Central Catholic 53at Lima SeniorLCC
LIMA – Two girls basketball programs with long traditions of excellence met Tuesday night. One is on the up-swing while the other is in a down turn.
BLUFFTON — The host Pirate broke open a tie game in the fourth quarter to defeat Kenton 43-37 in boys basketball Tuesday night.
BoysAkr. SVSM 82, Day. Thurgood Marshall 65Albany Alexander 60, Crooksville 26Archbold 53, Continental 43Ashland 58, Bellville Clear Fork 51
DELPHOS — Trey Smith scored 33 points as Delphos Jefferson topped Pandora-Gilboa 77-53 in boys basketball Saturday night.Jefferson's Jace Stockwell (17) and Drew Reiss (11) also scored in double digits.
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Madison Stolly (16), Natalie Snider (12), Sam Koenig (11) and Sydney Santaguida (10) all scored in double digits for Lima Central Catholic in the Thunderbirds' 60-48 girls basketball victory over Shawnee on...
High SchoolsBoys SwimmingTRAC Championship