Roundup: Elwer scores 27 in Delphos St. John’s boys basketball win

Boys basketball

Delphos St. John’s 45, Bath 39

BATH TOWNSHIP — Cameron Elwer had 27 points and Nolan Schwinnen scored eight for DSJ. Mitch Barr had 14 points and Drake Craddock and Jaxon Foster each scored eight for Bath.

Lima Central Catholic 68,

Delphos Jefferson 48

DELPHOS — Carson Parker had 14 points and Matthew Quatman scored 12 for LCC. Trent Teman had 15 points and Karder Agner scored 10 for Jefferson.

Elida 56, Bluffton 53 (OT)

ELIDA — Brice Engle had 13 points and David Etxkorn scored 12 for the host Bulldogs. Wade Ginther (20), Terron Boblitt (11) and Carson Soper (10) all scored in double digits for the Pirates.

Pandora-Gilboa 76,

Upper Scioto Valley 52

MCGUFFEY — Aidan Harris had 27 points and C Harris scored 18 for P-G. Maddox Underwood (21), Alex Sanders (14) and Blaine Castle (12) scored in double digits for USV.

Carey 53, Leipsic 50

LEIPSIC — Paul Maag had 16 points and Quin Schroeder scored 11 for the host Vikings.

Fort Loramie 67, New Bremen 59

NEW BREMEN — Aaron Thieman, Hayden Zeller and Ben Sailer each had 11 points for the host Cardinals.

Girls basketball

Ottawa-Glandorf 59

Archbold 22,

OTTAWA — Chloee Glenn had 14 points and Katie Kaufman scored 10 for O-G.

Allen East 50,

Lincolnview 28

HARROD — Kennedy Truex had 16 points, including four 3-pointers, Savana Brooks scored 15 and Rilynn Jones finished with nine points for Allen East.

Hardin Northern 63,

Calvary Christian 19

DOLA — Bella Wilson (19), Katie Good (18) and Lainey Thomas (10) each scored in double digits and Kylee Clem and Emma Martin had nine and eight rebounds respectively for Hardin Northern.

Ada 59,

Waynesfield-Goshen 51

ADA — Courtney Sumner had 28 points and Olivia Burkhart scored 18 for the host Bulldogs. Tatelyn Faraglia had 22 points and Raegan Hutchison scored 21 for W-G.

Kalida 45, Minster 31

MINSTER — Livia Recker had 14 points and Camille Hovest scored 10 for Kalida. Katie McClurg had nine points for Minster.

Liberty-Benton 45, Ottoville 24

FINDLAY — Erica Thorbahn and Skylar Turnwald each had six points for Ottoville.

Parkway 54, Spencerville 26

ROCKFORD — Gabrielle Stober (17), Paige Williamson (14) and Emiree Knittle (12) each scored in double digits for Parkway. Heidi Keller had 12 points and Eilan Muniz scored six for Spencerville.

Boys bowling

Kenton 2,623, Shawnee 2,480

KENTON — Spencer Anglemeyer had the high game (247) and Devin Hastings had the high two-game series (402) for Kenton at Hillcrest Lanes. Dean Dunlap had the high game (210) and series (389) for Shawnee.


Women’s basketball

ONU ranked No. 10

ADA — The Ohio Northern women’s basketball team is ranked No. 10 in the Week 10 Top 25 Poll.

This marks the Polar Bears’ highest ranking since entering the 2017-18 season at No. 7. The team has been ranked as high as No. 5, which was in the 2016-17 season.

The Polar Bears (19-2 overall, 13-1 OAC) received 354 points in the poll and rose three spots from last week’s poll in which they received 278 points and were ranked No. 13.

Christopher Newport (Va.) is the top-ranked team in this week’s poll, receiving 610 points and 11 of 25 first-place votes.

The poll is voted on by a panel of 25 coaches, sports information directors and media members from across the country and is published weekly.

Northern is also ranked No. 11 in this week’s Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Top 25 Poll, which was released on Tuesday.

The Polar Bears received 130 points in the poll.

Northern received 103 points and was ranked No. 13 in last week’s poll.

Christopher Newport is the top-ranked team in the WBCA poll, receiving 250 points and all 10 first-place votes.

The WBCA NCAA Division III Coaches Poll Committee is composed of one head coach from each of the 10 NCAA Division III conferences.

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