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VAN WERT – All the Tuesday night (Jan. 15) area basketball results/stats are listed below from the games played.  -----------------------   Boys Basketball:  -----   Pandora-Gilboa 47 Bluffton 43 BLUFFTON – The Pandora-Gilboa Rockets upended the Bluffton Pirates Tuesday night in boy’s varsity basketball action by a 47-43 count. Austin Blaski led P-G with 14 points, while Bluffton was led by Pat Garlock’s 14 markers. Even though the Rockets won the game it was not easy, as they had to stage a dramatic second-half comeback to collect the “W”. Bluffton jumped out to first half leads of 13-8 and 23-15. The Rockets began to soar offensively in the third stanza, going on a 14-9 mini-run to get back in the game. Trailing 31-29 entering the fourth quarter, P-G ended the contest on an 18-11 tear to collect the hard-fought victory. P-G improves to an impressive 11-1 on the season, while Bluffton falls to 6-7 in all games. PANDORA-GILBOA Jordan Lehman 6, Michael Howell 8, Sam Maag 7, Austin Blaski 14, Tyler Gratz 2, Josh Lee 10. Totals: 16 9-12 47. BLUFFTON Tyler Neal 3, Tyler Breidenbach 5, Dan Nienberg 6, Pat Garlock 14, Drew Roby 6, Kory Place 9. Totals: 18 5-11 43. Score by quarters: Pandora-Gilboa 8 7 14 18– 47 Bluffton          13 10 9 11– 43  3-point goals: PG– Jordan Lehman 2, Michael Howell 2, Sam Maag 1, Austin Blaski 1.; B– Tyler Breidenbach 1, Pat Garlock 1.  Records: Pandora-Gilboa 11-1.; Bluffton 6-7.  JV score: Pandora-Gilboa 29, Bluffton27.  -----   Ft. Jennings 52 Crestview 28  FORT JENNINGS – The Crestview Knights and Fort Jennings Musketeers have had similar “roller-coaster” boy’s basketball seasons in 2007-08. Lately, Jennings has been down, while Crestview has been winning. The ride continues for both teams, as the roles were reversed yet again Tuesday evening, as Fort Jennings ended on top by a 52-28 tally. Jennings rode the backs of three double-digit performers, as Troy Warnecke scored 12 points, while teammates Ross Gerdeman and Aaron Chandler each tallied 11 points. Michael Thompson and Tony Springer led Crestview with eight markers apiece. Jennings won the game by out-pointing Crestview in each quarter. The Musketeers ran out to a first quarter 11-7 lead, and then stretched that advantage to a halftime margin of 18-13. Jennings sealed the deal by outscoring Crestview 34-15 in the second half.CRESTVIEW Bryce Richey 5, Briggs Orsbon 3, Michael Thompson 8, Tony Springer 8, Michael Biro 4. Totals: 7 2-2 28. Fort JENNINGS Aaron Chandler 11, Trevor Von Sossan 2, Ross Gerdeman 11, Troy Warnecke 12. Totals: 22 5-8 52. Score by quarters: Crestview       7 6 6 9– 28 Fort Jennings 11 7 16 18– 52  3-point goals: Crestview- Richey, Orsbon, Springer 2; Fort Jennings-Chandler.  -----   Kalida 53 Spencerville 52  SPENCERVILLE – The Kalida Wildcats stormed into Bearcat Country and stole a one-point, 53-52 win over Spencerville Tuesday night in boy’s varsity basketball action. Spencerville owned the first half (33-21), but Kalida controlled the second half (32-19) to gain the “W”. Jordan Basinger led Kalida with 13 points, while Spencerville received 24 points from Tyler Keysor and 12 markers from Zach Bowers. Kalida improves to 7-4 with the win, while the Bearcats fall to 4-8.KALIDA Justin Kahle 9, Matt Warnecke 3, Scott Schnipke 8, Brian Kleman 9, Jordan Basinger 13, Preston Ellerbrock 2, Chris Osterhage 9. Totals: 18 5-7 53. SPENCERVILLE Zach Bowers 12, Tyler Keysor 24, Drew Ring 4, Adam Wolfe 7, Andy Richardson 5. Totals: 16 5-12 52. Score by quarters: Kalida         12 9 18 14– 53 Spencerville 17 16 11 8– 52  3-point goals: Kalida- Kahle, Warnecke, Schnipke, Osterhage; Spencerville- Bowers 2, Keysor, Wolfe, Richardson.  Records: K 7-4; S 4-8.  ----------------------------------   Girls Basketball:  -----   Patrick Henry 56 Miller City 49  MILLER CITY – The Lady Wildcats of Miller City fell to visiting Patrick Henry 56-49 in girl’s varsity basketball action Tuesday night. The Lady ‘Cats took early control of the game, bolting to a first half lead of 34-27, but unfortunately for Miller City fans, their offense went cold in the second half. PH went on a third quarter 16-7 tear, and then sealed the deal with a 13-8 run in the final eight minutes of action. Michelle Nickels led Patrick Henry’s Lady Patriots with 14 markers, while three other teammates chipped in with eight points apiece (Ashley Christman, Saige Meyer, and Jeriche Benavides). Ashley Schroeder led MC with 15 points, while teammate Stacey Schroeder added 10 points. No records were reported.PATRICK HENRY Samantha Seeman 4, Tiffany Ehlers 7, Michelle Nickels 14, Ashley Christman 8, Megan Huffman 3, Saige Meyer 8, Emily McGraw 4, Jeriche Benavides 8. Totals: 19 8-13 56. MILLER CITY Marci Wenzinger 1, Carrie Griggs 13, Jessica Schnipke 8, Ashley Kohls 2, Stacey Schroeder 10, Ashley Schroeder 15. Totals: 20 8-15 49. Score by quarters: Patrick Henry 19 8 16 13– 56 Miller City      16 18 7 8– 49  3-point goals: MC Griggs 3; PH Nickels 3, Christman 2, Huffman 1, Benavides 2.  JV score: Miller City 33, Patrick Henry 12.  -----   Wayne Trace 70 Delphos Jefferson 54 HAVILAND – Wayne Trace and their veteran line-up proved to be too much for the Lady Wildcats of Jefferson to handle, as the Lady Raiders defeated their Delphos counterparts by a 70-54 count in girl’s varsity basketball action in Haviland Tuesday night. The Lady Raiders used two quick starts to gain the “W”, one in the first quarter on a 20-7 run, and one in the third quarter with a 17-10 run. Wayne Trace held a 35-22 halftime lead. Becky Ruble exploded for 31 points to lead Wayne Trace, while teammates Sara Priest and Renee Bidlack added 10 and nine points, respectively. Jenna Miller led Jefferson with 23 points, while teammate Stephanie Blockberger added 10 markers. (Stats by: KEVIN WANNEMACKER – WT stats manager)At Wayne Trace Records – Wayne Trace 9-3, Delphos Jefferson 5-7 Score by Quarters:Delphos Jefferson           7          15         10         22         =          54Wayne Trace                 20         15         17         18         =          70 Delphos Jefferson – Jenna Miller 0-6-5-23, Bridget Culp 1-0-4-6, Stephanie Blockberger 5-0-0-10, Ashley Watkins 2-0-1-5, Emily Fought 1-0-1-3, Morgan Fischbach 1-0-0-2, Emily Von Grootheest 2-0-1-5 Wayne Trace – Kacee Hockenberry 1-0-2-4, Becky Hicks 1-0-0-2, Sara Priest 2-1-5-12, Elyse Myers 1-0-3-5, Renee Bidlack 4-0-1-9, Becky Ruble 4-7-2-31, Jo Ellen Fickel 2-0-3-7 Team Statistics:Field Goals (including 2’s and 3’s) – Delphos Jefferson 18-50, Wayne Trace 23-49Three Point Field Goals – Delphos Jefferson 6-14, Wayne Trace 8-18Free Throws – Delphos Jefferson 12-21, Wayne Trace 16-28Rebounds – Delphos Jefferson 32 (Culp 8, Von Grootheest 6); Wayne Trace 34 (Fickel 9, Myers 8)Assists – Delphos Jefferson 9 (Miller 3, Culp 3); Wayne Trace 17 (Priest 9, Hicks 4) Steals – Delphos Jefferson 10 (Miller 4); Wayne Trace 12 (Priest 4) Junior Varsity – Wayne Trace 32, Delphos Jefferson 31   ----- New Knoxville 55 Lincolnview 41 NWE KNOXVILLE -- The Lady Lancers of Lincolnview, one of the top teams in the NWC this season, traveled south Tuesday night to tangle with MAC-leader New Knoxville and were sent packing with a 55-41 setback in girl's varsity basketball action. After falling behind quickly with a 16-7 first quarter deficit, the Lady Lancers found some offensive-rythem in the second stanza. Lincolnview cut into the Lady Rangers lead with a 15-12 mini-run to trail at the break by only four-points at 28-22. New Knoxville then stepped up and stole any momentum that the Lady Lancers had gained, by starting the second half with a 16-12 advantage, and then by ending the contest on a 11-7 fourth quarter run to seal the deal. Katie Honigford was Lincolnview's only double-digit performer with 12 points. New Knoxville recorded three players in the double-digit scoring ledger, as Morgan Reineke totaled 17 points, while teammates Casey Horstman and Brooke Niemeyer each added 15 markers.LINCOLNVIEW Katie Honigford 12, Kylie Honigford 6, Lauren Evans 3, Laura Longstreth 8, Taylor Fries 1, Kela Fries 2, Morgan Miller 6, Brittany Katalenas 3. Totals: 14 12-16 41.  NEW KNOXVILLE Casey Horstman 15, Bethany Howe 4, Brooke Niemeyer 15, Morgan Reineke 17, Sarah Karas 4. Totals: 22 8-15 55.  Score by quarters: Lincolnview     7 15 12 7– 41 New Knoxville 16 12 16 11– 55 3-point goals: NK– Casey Horstman 1, Brooke Niemeyer 2.; L–Lauren Evans 1. JV score: New Knoxville 44-33.  ----- Tinora 63 Paulding 57 TINORA -- The Tinora Lady Rams jumped out to a 17-8 lead after one quarter, and then went onto garner a 63-57 win over the Lady Panthers of Paulding Tuesday evening in girl's varsity basketball action. Rachel Daman and Kristina Shawley each scored 12 points, while teammate Chelsie Timmons added 11 points for the Lady Rams (12-2).Shelby Erford had a game-high 14 points to pace Paulding (3-9). Also in the double-digit scoring ledger for Paulding was Julie Koenn with 13 points and Cassie Kauser with 11 points. TINORA - Daman 12; Brumbaugh 9; Roberts 5; Shawley 12; Steffel 2; Weber 3; Strausbaugh 9; Timmons 11. Totals 20-19-63.PAULDING - Razo 7; Carnahan 3; Hammon 2; Erford 14; Koenn 13; Ross 7; Kauser 11. Totals 19-18-57.Three-point goals: Tinora - Daman 2, Brumbaugh, Weber. Paulding - Carnahan. Score by quarters: Tinora 17 16 16 14 - 63Paulding 8 16 18 15 - 57JV Game: Tinora, 46-10.  


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