Roundup: Larimore rolls 300, Freiberger surpasses 1,000 points for Shawnee

Boys bowling

Shawnee 3,221,

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,828

OTTAWA — Parker Larimore rolled a 300 game as part of his Shawnee leading two-game series (519) at Highland Lanes. Rowan Moore had the high game (266) and series (419) for O-G.

Kenton 2,502, Bluffton 2,110

KENTON — Devin Hastings had the high game (226) and two-game series (428) for the host Wildcats.

Girls basketball

Ottawa-Glandorf 68,

Shawnee 41

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The visiting Titans (16-3) clinched at least a share of the Western Buckeye League at 7-0 on a night where Shawnee’s Grace Freiberger had 21 points to surpass 1,000 for her varsity career. She also had 10 rebounds and five assists. Sydney Burris scored six for the host Indians (7-12, 4-4 WBL). Kaitlyn Kimmet (17), Kaelyn Grothause (16) and Katie Kaufman (14) each scored in double digits for O-G.

Delphos Jefferson 62,

Lincolnview 33

MIDDLE POINT — Lyv Lindeman had 21 points and Lauren French scored 14 for Jefferson (18-1, 6-0 Northwest Conference). Emerson Walker had 11 points and Carsyn Looser scored nine for Lincolnview.

Whitmer 46,

Lima Senior 25

TOLEDO — Ti’ana Spivey had seven points, seven rebounds and a pair of steals and Tillie Nelson scored six and contributed eight rebounds.

St. Henry 49,

Delphos St. John’s 29

DELPHOS — Jalynn Everman had 12 poiints and Ava Homan scored nine for the visiting Redskins. Emma Will had 12, points and Brooke Altenburger scored five for DSJ.

Hardin Northern 54,

Ridgemont 18

DOLA — Bella Wilson (17), Katie Good (15) and Emma Martin (10) scored in double digits for the Polar Bears. Kylie Shreve had eight points for the Golden Gophers.

Versailles 54,

New Knoxville 19

NEW KNOXVILLE — Keianna Wellman has six points for the host Rangers.

Liberty-Benton 63,

Pandora-Gilboa 15

PANDORA — Ava Huffman had four points for P-G.

Columbus Grove 50,

Bluffton 36

COLUMBUS GROVE — Lauryn Auchmuty had 17 points and Sage Clement scored 11 for Grove. Samantha Scoles had 16 points and Kendal Giesige and Ayla Grandey each scored seven for Bluffton.

St. Marys 53, Elida 34

ELIDA — Mo Hesse had 13 points and Reese Rable scored 12 for the visiting Roughriders. Addisyn Freeman had 19 points and Payton Kuhn scored six for the Bulldogs.

Parkway 31, New Bremen 28

NEW BREMEN — Gabrielle Stober had 20 points and Allison Hughes scored five for the visiting Panthers. Chloe Homan had 17 points and Allison Hays scored six for the Cardinals.

Crestview 50, Ottoville 39

OTTOVILLE — Cali Gregory (21), Ellie Kline (15) and Laci McCoy (12) each scored in double digits for the visiting Knights. Jessa Burgei had 11 points and Isabella Furley scored eight for the Big Green.

Coldwater 32, Marion Local 26

MARIA STEIN — Riley Rismiller had 13 points and Claire Steinke, Becca Wenning and Kelci Siefring each scored five for Coldwater.

Van Wert 57, Kenton 48

KENTON — Macee Heckathorn had 15 points and Sadie Larrabee scored 13 for the host Wildcats.

Spencerville 42, Allen East 40

SPENCERVILLE — Savana Brooks had 17 points and Rilynn Jones scored 13 for the visiting Mustangs. The Bearcats’ individual scoring was not reported by deadline.

Bath 32, Wapakoneta 21

WAPAKONETA — Anne Oliver and Claire Foust each had 12 points for the visiting Wildkittens. Elisabeth Good had seven points for the Redskins.

Celina 34, Defiance 29

DEFIANCE — Amelia Lutz had 12 points and Payton Bertke scored eight for Celina.

Elgin 37, Upper Scioto Valley 27

MCGUFFEY — Kennedy Hall had seven points and Shalyn Lawrence scored six for USV.

Girls bowling

Shawnee 2,354,

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,226

OTTAWA — Olivia Miller had the high game (188) and two-game series (353) for Shawnee at Highland Lanes. Delanie Leap had the high game (180) and series (345) for O-G.

Coldwater 2,764, Versailles 2,315

COLDWATER — Jasmine Schulze had the high game (277) and Julie Bertke had the high two-game series (430) for the host Cavaliers.



ONU ranked No. 16

ADA — Ohio Northern remained ranked No. 16 nationally in the National Wrestling Coaches Association’s fifth dual team poll of the 2022-23 season.

The Polar Bears (19-3 overall, 5-1 Ohio Athletic Conference) are also ranked No. 18 in the NWCA Tournament Poll.

Individually, sophomore Jacob Reed remains ranked No. 2 at 141 pounds, senior and Ada graduate Chase Sumner held his No. 10 ranking at 149 pounds and senior Jordan Hardrick moved back into the rankings at 165 at No. 11.

Reed is 35-0 overall on the season, Sumner is 29-2 and Hardrick is 36-5.