Roundup: Perry knocks off Cory-Rawson in boys hoops


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PERRY TOWNSHIP — Chazz Jackson and Terry Riley had 18 points each as the host Commodores defeated Cory-Rawson 70-36 in boys high school basketball Tuesday night.

Will Knight scored 14 also for Perry. Tommy Stauffer had 14 points and Carson Houck scored 11 for C-R.

Other scores

Wapakoneta 66, Bellefontaine 63; Kenton 52, Marion Harding 42

Game times

get moved up

The start times for Saturday’s Fort Jennings at Spencerville and Elida at Delphos St. John’s junior varsity games have been moved up to 5 p.m. and the Parkway at Crestview JV game is now scheduled to begin at 4:45 p.m. Varsity games will follow.

Girls basketball

Delphos Jefferson 67,

Antwerp 27

DELPHOS — Aly Lindeman (18), Addy Stewart (13) and Kaylee Buzard (11) each scored in double digits and Delaney Deuel had nine points and nine rebounds for the host Wildcats (1-2).

Ada 36,

Hardin Northern 31

DOLA — Courtney Sumner had 13 points and Kirsten Poling and Miranda Wills scored eight each for the visiting Bulldogs, who won the rebound battle 15-13. Each team committed 10 turnovers.

Quinn Stewart-Evans had 14 points and Maddie Grappy scored eight for the Polar Bears.

Waynesfield-Goshen 46,

Jackson Center 35

JACKSON CENTER — Jordan Elliott had 19 points and Jaelyn Schultz and Maddie Flinn each scored eight for W-G. Ashley Mollenhour had 13 points and Kylie Hartle scored 10 for the hosts.

Columbus Grove 58,

Continental 18

COLUMBUS GROVE — Erin Downing had 12 points and eight rebounds, Kenzie King had 10 points, Angel Schneider had nine points and 12 rebounds and Savanah Ridenour had eight points and three steals for Grove. Catelyn Etter had six points for Continental.

New Knoxville 57,

Houston 33

NEW KNOXVILLE — Morgan Leffel (18), Megan Jrosic (12), Jacklyn Leffel (11) and Ellie Gabel (10) each scored in double digits for the host Rangers.

New Bremen 50,

Anna 38

NEW BREMEN — Kaylee Freund had 16 points and Madison Cordonnier scored 12 for the host Cardinals.

Kalida 38, Coldwater 32

COLDWATER — Grace Klausing had 14 points for the visiting Wildcats. Kate Leichty had 18 points, Lauren Gilliland had 13 rebounds and four blocks and Annelise Harlamert had 13 rebounds for the Cavaliers.

Temple Christian 42,

Ohio Eagles 22

LIMA — CeCe Worsham had 24 points.

Other scores

Marion Local 44, Van Wert 26; Spencerville 54, Elida 45; Ottoville 43, Fort Jennings 31; Crestview 64, Parkway 31; Miller City 71, Cory-Rawson 57; Paulding 69, Hicksville 19; Arcadia 54, Ridgemont 34.

Crestview-DSJ

time change

DELPHOS — The start time for Saturday’s Crestview at St. John’s junior varsity game has been moved up to noon with the varsity contest to follow.

Boys bowling

Celina 2,140, Van Wert 2,009

CELINA — Isaac Garrett had the high series (341) and Britton Hole had the high game (195) for the host Bulldogs at Plaza Lanes. Landon Nowak had the high series (335) and Aidyn Sidle had the high game (179) for the Cougars.

Girls bowling

Celina 2,202, Van Wert 2,054

CELINA — Audree Gray had the high series (304) and Jamie Coats had the high game (166) for the host Bulldogs at Plaza Lanes. Lorrie Decker had the high series (331) and game (191) for the Cougars.

Football

State honor

for Hershberger

Allen East linebacker Blake Hershberger earned all-state special mention honors earlier this week in Division VI.

Colleges

Women’s soccer

UNOH 3, Grace 0

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — Agnes Stefansdottir, Olga Massombo and Jeweleen Reuille each had a goal as the Racers advanced to today’s quarterfinals against Southeastern.

Kate Agemang and Massombo each had an assist and Lisa Benrath made three save to earn the shutout in goal.

Baseball

Bluffton coach

named ambassador

BLUFFTON — James Grandey, head baseball coach at Bluffton University, has been named to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Vs. Cancer program’s inaugural class of Vs. Cancer Ambassadors.

Comprised of current and former coaches, players and members of the press, Baseball Vs. Cancer Ambassadors represent the athletic community’s shared resolve to raise awareness and funds for a world without childhood brain tumors.

“I am honored to have been selected as one of the first Vs. Cancer Ambassadors,” Grandey said in a news release. “Bluffton was part of the very first Vs. Cancer drive, and I hope I can help other coaches and programs see just how valuable it is to those who need it and how coming together for this initiative can help strengthen a team.”

The Bluffton baseball team will partner with Vs. Cancer for a fifth time this academic year. Through the last few years, the team has donated more than $50,000 to Vs. Cancer.

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