Boys basketball roundup: Shawnee beats Coldwater for 10th triumph

By Staff Reports -

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The host Indians improved to 10-1 on the season with a 78-64 boys basketball victory Saturday night against Coldwater.

Johnny Caprella had 19 points and Sheridan O’Neal scored 12 for Shawnee. Marcus Bruns had 22 points and Cole Frilling scored 15 for Coldwater.

Piqua 53, St. Marys 51

ST. MARYS — Ethan Steger had 14 points and Braeden Dunlap scored nine for the host Roughriders.

St. Henry 83, Bath 32

ST. HENRY — Zach Niekamp (18), Caden Niekamp (12), Ethan Thieman (11) and Ben Evers (10) each scored in double digits for the host Redskins. Ian Armentrout, Devan Grigsby and Steven Shook each had five points for Bath.

Crestview 43, Van Wert 33

VAN WERT — Javin Etzler had 20 points and Kalen Etzler scored 12 for Crestview. Drew Bagley had 10 points and Nate Place scored seven for the host Cougars.

Kenton 56,

Delphos Jefferson 45

DELPHOS — Jayden Cornell (20), Jaron Sharp (16) and Trey Jeffries (10) each scored in double digits for Kenton. Ian Wannemacher had 16 points and Doug Long Jr. scored 14 for Jefferson.

Jackson Center 56,

Waynesfield-Goshen 28

WAYNESFIELD — Trent Platfoot, Christopher Elchert and Aidan Reichert each had 12 points for Jackson Center. Layton Campbell scored 19 for W-G.

Columbus Grove 48,

Fort Jennings 40

COLUMBUS GROVE — Tayt Birnesser had 13 points and Blake Reynolds scored 12 for the host Bulldogs in the Putnam Country encounter. Nick Trentman and Carson Kazee each had 12 points for Fort Jennings.

Kalida 80, McComb 42

KALIDA — Luke Erhart and Grant Laudick each had 15 points and Evan Roebke (14) and Gabe Hovest (11) also each reached double digits for the host Wildcats.

Leipsic 46, Continental 31

LEIPSIC — Dylan Schroeder had 10 points and Drew Lifflick scored eight for the host Vikings in a Putnam County affair. Mitchell Coleman had nine points and Gavin Huff and Taron Butler each scored six for Continental.

Miller City 48,

Pandora-Gilboa 44

PANDORA — Luke Lammers had 13 points and Nick Gable scored 10 for Miller City in a Putnam County matchup. Riley Larcom had 16 points and Jared Breece scored nine for P-G.

Minster 57, Ottoville 47

OTTOVILLE — Mike Ketner (20), Jarod Schulze (17) and Jack Heitbrink (12) each scored in double digits for Minster.

Josh Thorbahn had 20 points and Ryan Suever and Joe Miller each scored nine for Ottoville.

Allen East 61,

Temple Christian 58

HARROD — Bradden Crumrine had 18 points and Tyler Clum scored 12 for Allen East. Brady Bowman had 25 points and Dakota Clay scored 11 for Temple Christian.

New Knoxville 47, Ada 44

NEW KNOXVILLE — Jared Osborne (17), Sam Anspach (13) and Patrick Covert (10) each reached double digits for the host Rangers. Phillip Coulson and Cade Mullins each scored 14 for the Bulldogs.

New Bremen 47,

Mississinawa Valley 30

NEW BREMEN — Bryce Blickle had 13 points for the host Cardinals.

Benjamin Logan 49,

Upper Scioto Valley 48

BELLEFONTAINE — Quinn Sanders scored 26 for USV.

Fort Recovery 60,

Lincolnview 59

MIDDLE POINT — Payton Jutte (19), Clay Schmitz (15) and Grant Knapke (11) each reached double digits for Fort Recovery. Ethan Kemler (18), Alek Bowersock (15) and Zane Miller (13) were double-digit scorers for Lincolnview.

Flyin’ to the Hoop

Crestiew pre-sale

Crestview will be playing in the Flyin’ to the Hoop Showcase at Kettering Fairmont High School (Trent Arena) at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20, against Minster. General admission ticket prices are $18 for adults and $10 for students and will gain admission to all Jan. 20 games. Crestview will receive a percentage of all pre-sale tickets bought at the school. The following protocol will be followed to purchase tickets until sold out:

From 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Monday in the athletic office to varsity boys basketball coaches and players for immediate family. Immediate family is defined by family members living in players’ household as well as grandparents.

From 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Tuesday in the athletic office to those previously mentioned as well as for the immediate family of varsity cheerleaders, stats and managers.

From 6-7 p.m. Wednesday to students and the general public in the high school office.

Additional non-student priced general admission tickets may also be purchased at Student tickets for $10 can only be purchased at Crestview.

By Staff Reports

Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.

Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.

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