Roundup: WBL diving championships determined

St. Marys’ Dylan Hertenstein and Kenton’s Riley Hunt won boys and girls Western Buckeye League diving crowns respectively Thursday.

Hertenstein finished with 277.45 points with teammate Luke Hertenstein finishing second (231.15). They were the only two to compete for the boys.

Hunt finished with 324.5 points followed by Defiance’s Gabbi Rittenour (286.35), Ottawa-Glandorf’s Alysha Diemer (278.25), St. Marys’ Claire Overley (259.95), O-G’s Mollie Losh (256.85) and St. Marys’ Tagen Patterson (149.35).

Girls basketball

Van Wert 48,

Shawnee 31

VAN WERT — Sofi Houg had 16 points and Kyra Welch scored 13 for the host Cougars (10-8, 4-3 Western Buckeye League). Gracie Freiberger had 16 points and Ania Pearson scored seven for the Indians (7-10, 4-3 WBL).

Spencerville 53,

Bluffton 47

BLUFFTON — Kirsten Wurst had 16 points and Gabi Croft scored 15 for the visiting Bearcats (9-10, 2-4 Northwest Conference). Ayla Grandey (14), Riley Eachus (13) and Samantha Scoles (11) each reached double digits for the Pirates (12-7, 1-5 NWC).

Kenton 44,

St. Marys 42

ST. MARYS — Tatum Miller had 16 points and Olivia Nolting scored seven for the visiting Wildcats. Reese Rable had 17 ponts and Morgan Hesse scored 11 for the Roughriders.

Upper Scioto Valley 40,

Ridgedale 30

MORRAL — Sydney Christensen had 19 points and Nevaeh Lowery scored nine for USV (4-15, 1-2 Northwest Central Conference).

Elida 45, Wapakoneta 39

ELIDA — Leah Ramirez had 15 points and Addisyn Freeman scored 12 for the host Bulldogs (10-9, 5-2 WBL). Elisabeth Good had 14 oints and Kortney Fullenkamp and Reagan Courter each scored seven for the Redskins (3-16, 1-6 WBL).

Bath 48, Defiance 18

BATH TOWNSHIP — Elena Oliver had 22 points and Claire Foust scored 15 for the host Wildkittens (15-4, 5-2 Western Buckeye League).

Crestview 53, Ada 26

ADA — Cali Gregory had 21 points and Laci McCoy scored 13 for the Knights (13-4, 3-4, NWC). Courtney Sumner had 10 points to lead the Bulldogs (9-9, 0-6 NWC).

Hardin Northern 55, Crestline 25

CRESTLINE — Bella Wilson had 25 points and Katie Good scored 14 for Hardin Northern (11-7).

New Bremen 38, New Knoxville 26

NEW BREMEN — Abigale Powers had 17 points and Chloe Homan scored eight for the host Cardinals (9-10, 3-4 MAC). A Alberts had 11 points and Ally Topp scored six for the Rangers (1-19, 0-7 MAC).

Cory-Rawson 73, Pandora-Gilboa 35

RAWSON — Savannah Knueven had 14 points and Paige Ferguson scored eight for P-G (2-15, 2-5 Blanchard Valley Conference).

Marion Local 51, Parkway 48

ROCKFORD — Chloe Ronnebaum (15), Avae Unrast (14) and Rachel Kuether (11) each scored in double digits for Marion Local (16-2, 8-0 Midwest Athletic Conference). Gabrielle Stober had 26 ponts and Paige Williamson scored nine for Parkway.

Versailles 49, Coldwater 45

VERSAILLES — Riley Rismiller had 18 points and Becca Wenning scored 12 for the visiting Cavaliers (10-8, 4-3 MAC).

Notre Dame Academy 57, Lima Senior 28

TOLEDO — Ti’ana Spivey had eight points and five rebounds, Ayrianna Engberg scored seven with three steals, Maisie Strawser contributed six rebounds and three assists and Tillie Nelson finished with seven rebounds and a pair of steals for Lima Senior.

Boys bowling

St. Marys 2,819, Kenton 2,634

Spencer Anglemyer had the high game (207) and Stone Sauber had the high two-game series (381) for Kenton.

Girls bowling

Coldwater 2,935,

Fort Recovery 2,416

Jasmine Schulze had the high game (255) and two-game series (492) for Coldwater.

St. Marys 1,789, Kenton 717

Brittany Beamer had the high game (143) and two-game series (260) for Kenton.


Cross country

ONU teams,

runners honored

ADA — The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association awarded All-Academic status to the Ohio Northern men’s women’s cross country teams and named Tessa Pitcovich, Columbus Grove graduate Taylor Ellerbrock, Ashley Hockstok, Breydan Hann,, Ryan Massie and Parkway grad Kyle Roth as All-Academic Athletes for the 2022 season.

The Polar Bears were named All-Academic Teams for having a cumulative GPA better than 3.1 on a 4.0 scale.

In order to qualify as an All-Academic Athlete, runners must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.30 on a 4.0 scale and finish in the top 25% of their respective regional championship meet.