Roundup: Kenton improves to 4-0 in boys basketball

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KENTON — The Wildcats moved to 4-0 on the season in boys basketball Tuesday night with a 46-29 victory against Benjamin Logan. Jayden Cornell had 19 points and Jaron Sharp scored 17 for Kenton.

Lima Senior game

gets postponed

TOLEDO — Lima Senior’s game at St. Francis was halted in the second quarter due to a shattered backboard. The Three Rivers Athletic Conference game will resume at 7 tonight. The host Knights were leading 23-20. There will be no admission charge.

Antwerp 58, Ottoville 40

ANTWERP — Ryan Suever had 13 points and Joe Miller scored 12 for Ottoville.

Girls basketball

Delphos Jefferson 73,

Cory Rawson 66

DELPHOS — Addy Stewart had 21 points, Aly Lindeman contributed 17 points and 11 rebounds, Delaney Deuel had 15 points and nine rebounds and Kaylee Buzard scored 11 for the host Wildcats. Zoe Chisholm had 17 points, six assists and four steals, Grace Roebke scored 14 and Libby McVetta contributed six assists for C-R.

Delphos St. John’s 53,

St. Marys 48

ST. MARYS — The visiting Blue Jays got the victory despite seeing their 12-point lead in the final quarter shrink. Paige Gaynier had 22 points and Betty Vorst and Melanie Koenig chipped in 11 apiece for DSJ.

Lauren Cisco scored 14 for the Roughriders.

Elida 53, Lincolnview 49

MIDDLE POINT — The Bulldogs connected on 18 free throws compared to 14 for Lancers to earn the win. Hayleigh Bacome had 14 points and five assists, Amira Freeman scored 14 and Cienna Kuhn contributed 10 points for Elida. Jordan Decker had 20 points, seven rebounds and three steals and Brianna Ebel scored eight for Lincolnview.

Leipsic 45, Fort Jennings 40

LEIPSIC — Claire Rigel had 18 points and Kacey Dulle, Peyton Henry and Liz Scheckelhoff each scored eight for the host Vikings. Kristen Luersman had 16 points and Emilee Calvelage scored nine for the Musketeers.

Columbus Grove 45, Patrick Henry 31

HAMLER — Rylee Sybert had 15 points, Abigail Gladwell had 10 points and five steals and Kenzie King scored 10 for Grove.

Coldwater 48, Celina 29

COLDWATER — Alli May had 16 points, Kate Leichty scored 15 and Lauren Gilliland had 12 points and nine rebounds for the host Cavaliers.

Fairview 67, Continental 30

CONTINENTAL — Catelyn Etter had 11 points and Madi Sharp and Maddi Potts each scored seven for Continental.

Wayne Trace 42, Paulding 37

HAVILAND — Bri Townley had 14 points and Chelsi Geisige scored eight for the visiting Panthers (1-4).


Tow to compete

for Purdue-Fort Wayne

MIDDLE POINT — Lincolnview’s Karter Tow has signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track at Division I Purdue-Fort Wayne in Indiana beginning in the fall.

Tow is a four-year varsity letterman. He competed in the state cross country meet four times. He was also first team all-Northwest Conference, been a conference individual champ and has been a member of conference team champions as well as earning NWC male cross country athlete of the year.

Tow has also qualified for the state indoor and outdoor track meets in the 3200 meter run and will be competing for the Lancers in the spring. Tow’s parents are Brent and Kris Tow.

Boys bowling

Celina 2,524,

Kenton 1,369

CELINA — Garrett Bertke led the host Bulldogs with the high series (431) and game (216). Joseph Hastings had the high series (288) and game (149) for the Wildcats.

O-G high score

OTTAWA — Jarrett Johns’ high game (214) and high two-game series (413) for Ottawa-Glandorf in its 2,532-2,150 victory against Perry on Monday was omitted from Tuesday’s Area Roundup.

Girls bowling

Celina 2,096, Kenton 1,969

CELINA — Abby Ehrler had the high series (345) and game (173) for the host Bulldogs at Plaza Lanes. MyKaela Schriber had a 387 series and a 213 game for the Wildcats.


Men’s basketball

Mt. Vernon Nazerene 92,


MT. VERNON — The Racers shot 48 percent from the field, but could not overcome Mount Vernon Nazarene shooting 57 percent, including 17 of 29 three-pointers, and making 17 of 18 foul shots as the No. 6 ranked Cougars (11-2) went on to victory at Ariel Arena.

Zach Montes led the University of Northwestern Ohio (4-9) with 15 points and six assists. Isaac Golson Jr. scored 13 and Ander Perez chipped in 11 points and eight rebounds off the bench also for UNOH.

UNOH faces NCAA Division I Wright State in an exhibition contest at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Nutter Center.


By Staff Reports

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