Roundup: Bath narrowly defeats Columbus Grove in boys hoops


By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



BATH TOWNSHIP — The host Wildcats withstood being outscored 22-13 in the fourth quarter to earn a 67-66 boys basketball victory Saturday night against Columbus Grove.

Chad Frey had 36 points and Will Clark scored 13 for Bath. Blake Reynolds had 33 points and Dane Selby scored seven for the Bulldogs.

LCC 53, Toledo Scott 43

TOLEDO — Lima Central Catholic outscored Scott 14-3 in the second quarter to build a 25-12 halftime advantage. Mark Janowski had 22 points and Biggz Johnson scored 17 for the visiting Thunderbirds.

New Bremen 60, St. Marys 55

ST. MARYS — Avery Powers had 21 points and Nolan Vonderhaar scored 12 for the visiting Cardinals. Austin Wilker had 21 points and Ethan Mielke scored eight for the Roughriders

Arlington 57, Temple Christian 48

ARLINGTON — Brody Bowman had 20 points and Noah Howell scored 11 for Temple Christian.

Fort Jennings 74, Spencerville 52

SPENCERVILE — Cole Horstman (21), Luke Trentman (14), Brandon Wehri (13), Joel Hoerston (12) and Ian Finn (11) all scored in double digits for the visiting Musketeers. Drew Armstead had 14 points and Kale Lee scored 11 for the Bearcats.

Delphos Jefferson 57, Perry 50

DELPHOS — Alex Rode (12), Tyler Bratton (11), Hunter Mericle (10) and Doug Long Jr. (10) each scored in double digits for the host Wildcats. Logan Dray had 14 points and Jamal Whiteside scored nine for Perry.

St. Henry 62, Shawnee 48

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Tyler Schlarman had 24 points and Curtis Uhlenhake scored 16 for the visiting Redskins. Riley Rosedo had 15 points and Jake Hutchins scored nine for the Indians.

Lima Senior 75, Middletown 32

MIDDLETOWN — No other information was reported about this game at deadline.

Wapakoneta 54, Sidney 40

WAPAKONETA — Travis Raines (16), Gage Schenk (14) and Nick Schoonover (10) all scored in double digits for the host Redskins.

Ottoville 83, Ada 51

OTTOVILLE — Ottoville’s Ryan Benelele (19), Ryan Suever (15), Josh Thorbahn (15) and Nick Moorman (11) and Ada’s Phillip Coulson (12), Ethan Swaney (11) and Connor Frazier (10) all scored in double digits.

Lincolnview 46, Continental 36

CONTINENTAL — Lincolnview’s Overholt (12) and Ringweld (10) and Continental’s Olds (11) each scored in double digits.

Coldwater 69, Kenton 52

KENTON — Jacob Wenning (16), J Schwieterman (12) and Cole Frilling (11) all scored in double digits for the visiting Cavaliers. Jayden Cornell had 17 points and Jaron Sharp and Landon Rush each scored 14 for the Wildcats.

Crestview 86, Parkway 54

CONVOY — Javin Etzler had 28 points and five rebounds and Jace Vining scored 12 for Crestview. Logan Huff had 20 points and five rebounds and Nick Hawk and Mason Baxter each scored eight for Parkway.

Wrestling

Arcadia Invitational

ARCADIA — Cory-Rawson (140 points) was fifth, Columbus Grove (119) was eigthth and Pandora-Gilboa (eight) was 15th behind team champion Plymouth (182.5).

Area competitors in first- through fifth-place matches.

Cory-Rawson’s Isaiah Colvin (138 pounds) and Deontae` Davis (170) won their respective weight classes. Columbus Grove’s Dylan Sargeant finished second at 220 pounds.

High school

Heisman winners

Jackson Destine of Atlantic High School in Delray Beach, Florida, and Soleil Gaylord of Telluride High School in Telluride, Colorado, were named winners of this year’s award.

Ottoville’s Brendan Siefker was among the five boys finalists.

Colleges

Women’s basketball

Bluffton 83, Hanover 65

HANOVER, Ind. — Macey Sheerer had 19 points and Kaycee Rowe (Allen East) scored 16 and collected 15 rebounds for the Beavers (5-1, 2-0 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference).

Ohio Northern 63,

Mount Union 52

ALLIANCE — The No. 15-ranked Polar Bears used a balanced offensive scoring attack to claim their seventh straight victory.

ONU improved to 7-1 overall and 3-0 in the Ohio Athletic Conference, while the Purple Raiders drop to 3-5, 1-2.

Amy Bullimore scored a game-best 15 points, added four rebounds and three blocks, while Lindsey Black chipped in 10 points for ONU.

UNOH 73, Rochester 69 (OT)

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — Maddie Schulte made a pair of free throws to tie the game at 58 with 37 seconds remaining.

Kierra Billingsley made consecutive field goals to give the Racers the lead for good in overtime. Billingsley finished with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Danielle VanDyne (Bath) and Emily Patton (Upper Scioto Valley) each scored 15 for UNOH. VanDyne also had eight rebounds and five steals and Patton dished out five assets along with teammate Cori Dickson.

Men’s basketball

ONU 86, Mount Union 82

ADA — Ryan Bruns (Marion Local) had a 30-point effort to lead the Polar Bears at the ONU Sports Center.

ONU improved to 5-2 overall and stands atop the Ohio Athletic Conference standings as the only remaining undefeated team at 3-0 in conference play, while the Purple Raiders dropped to 6-2 (2-1 OAC).

Hanover 59, Bluffton 54

HANOVER, Ind. — Andrew Hunter (13), Kevin Christie (12) and Bath graduate Andrew Renner (10) each scored in double digits for Bluffton (2-5, 1-2 HCAC).

UNOH 64, Rochester 60

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — Willis Mackey Jr. had 17 points and nine rebounds and Sadeeq Bello contributed 16 points for UNOH.

By Staff Reports

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