SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Shawnee’s Trent Fairburn (145 pounds), Trever Miller (152), Cain Bentz (160), Howie Perkins (182), Solomon Bryant (195) and Bobby Grothjan (285) all recorded pins as the host Indians defeated Spencerville 47-15 in wrestling Tuesday night. Spencerville’s Jay Goetz (132) also won by pin.
St. Marys 40, LCC 23
ST. MARYS — Syd Cisco had 11 points and Lauren Cisco scored eight for the host Roughriders. Jessica Wilker led Lima Central Catholic with five points.
Crestview 65, Parkway 26
CONVOY — Paige Motycka (15), Lyv Black (14), Lexi Gregory (13) and Bailey Gregory (11) all scored in double digits for the host Knights. The Panthers were led in scoring by Haley Hawk with 10 points. Teammate Bailey Bates chipped in 9 points.
Columbus Grove 66, Continental 40
COLUMBUS GROVE — Carlee McCluer (19), Rylee Sybert (18) and Angel Schneider (12) all scored n double digits for the host Bulldogs. Addyson Armey led Continental with 11 points.
Delphos Jefferson 47, Antwerp 44
DELPHOS — The host Wildcats outscored Antwerp 15-11 in the fourth quarter after trailing 33-32 at the end of the third period.
Mace Wallace had 14 points and Devyn Carder scored 11 for Jefferson (3-1).
Coldwater 58, Kalida 49
COLDWATER — Kourtney Diller (11), Olivia Harlamert (11), Lauren Gilliland (10) and Alli May (10) all scored in double digits for the host Cavaliers. Kalida’s individual stats had not been received by deadline.
Ada 34, Hardin Northern 33
DOLA — After trailing 15-14 at halftime, Ada held a 22-21 advantage after three quarters.
Maddie Gossard had 12 points and Anney Archer scored 11 for the winning Bulldogs. Maddie Grappy had 11 points and 13 rebounds and Quinn Stewart-Evans scored 10 for Hardin Northern.
Triad 60, Ridgemont 54
NORTH LEWISBURG — Priscilla Howland had 21 points and Meadow Cromer scored 16 for Ridgemont.
New Knoxville 50, Houston 31
NEW KNOXVILLE — The Rangers improved to 2-2 on the season.
Lima Sr. tickets
LIMA — Pre-sale tickets for Lima Senior’s Saturday game at Middletown will be on sale Thursday and Friday.
Tickets will be available from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at the Lima Senior Athletic Office. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students.
Saturday’s game at Middletown will be the first ever at the brand new Wade E. Miller Arena, located on the campus of Middletown High School, 601 N. Breiel Blvd.
Capacity crowds are expected and all spectators are strongly encouraged to buy pre-sale tickets. There are 200 pre-sale tickets available in the Lima Senior Athletic Department. Tickets will be sold at the door but only as availability lasts.
The Marion Local at Wapakoneta JV and varsity games have been moved to Monday, Jan. 22, with the junior varsity game scheduled to start at 6 p.m.
Also, the St. Henry at Marion Local JV and varsity games will be played Friday, Dec. 22, with the junior varsity scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
BLUFFTON — In order not to conflict with Ohio State’s Cotton Bowl appearance at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 29, the start times for the McDonald’s Holiday Tournament have been changed that night.
Miller City will play Arlington at 5 p.m. followed by Cory-Rawson against host Bluffton at approximately 6:30 p.m.
The consolation game will still be played at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 30 followed by the championship game.
Nine from UNOH
LIMA — Nine University of Northwestern Ohio players have received NAIA All-American honors.
Five Racers, defender Kate Agyemang, forwards Camilla Andersen and Evdokia Popadinova, goalkeeper Romane Salvador and midfielder Rikke Sevecke, were named to the first team while midfielder Bogca Horvath was chosen to the third team and midfielder Julie Cazanave and defender Sanni Valila were honorable mention selections.
LIMA — Two players from UNOH were honored on the NAIA All-American Teams. Midfielder Pascal Debowiak was selected to the third team, and defender
Harry Robinson was named to the Honorable Mention Team.
LIMA — UNOH middle hitter Stephanie Hanewold was selected honorable mention on the NAIA All-American teams.
Women’s track & field
goes to Richards
ADA — Ohio Northern’sEmily Richards has been named the Division III United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Women’s National Athlete of the Week for the week of Dec. 5.
She earned the honor for the first time this season and the third time in her career.
Richards competed at the Grand Valley State (Michigan) Holiday Open where she shattered the school record in the women’s 3,000-meter run indoors by 40.62 seconds.
She ran the second fastest time in Div. III history in the event on Friday evening and also posted the sixth fastest time among all divisions, including the NAIA in the event during the weekend.
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