OREGON — Josiah Fulcher had 29 and Jamir Simpson scored 23 as Lima Senior move to 2-0 overall and in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference with a 103-62 boys high school basketball victory Tuesday night against Clay.
Jadakis Mack (13) and Dante Wheeler (11) also scored in double digits for the Spartans.
OTTOVILLE — Joe Miller had 13 points and Kyle Manns scored nine for the host Big Green.
Hardin Northern 49,
Calvary Christian 38
DOLA — Nevin Robson had 26 points and Ewan Martin scored 10 for Hardin Northern.
Kalida 40, 2 OT
PANDORA — Walker Macke had 24 points and Ryan Johnson scored nine for P-G. Jayce Horstman had 13 points and Luke Erhart scored nine for Kalida.
In order not to conflict with the Ohio State football playoff game, the start times for the Bluffton Holiday Tournament’s consolation and championship games Saturday, Dec. 28, have been changed.
The consolation game will begin at 4:30 p.m. with the championship game to follow. Arlington will play Continental in the tourney opener at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, followed by Cory-Rawson and Bluffton.
St. Marys 56,
Delphos St. John’s 55
DELPHOS — The Roughriders hung on after seeing their 31-22 halftime lead shrink. Carly Caywood had 17 points and Kendell Dieringer scored 12 for St. Marys. Melanie Koenig and Paige Gayniere each had 14 points and Aubrie Friemoth scored 12 for DSJ.
Columbus Grove 52,
Patrick Henry 31
COLUMBUS GROVE — Abby Gladwell had 16 points and five rebounds, Kenzie King had 14 points, four assists and four steals, and Angel Schneider contributed 11 points, seven rebounds and four steals for Grove (4-1).
Fort Loramie 60,
New Knoxville 26
NEW KNOXVILLE — Jacklyn Leffel had nine points and Megan Jurosic scored eight for the host Rangers.
CELINA — Lauren Gilliland had 18 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks, Kate Leichty had 12 points and Annelise Harlamert scored 12 and contributed five rebounds for the visiting Cavaliers. The Bulldogs’ scoring was not reported by deadline.
Delphos Jefferson 58,
RAWSON — Addy Stewart (13), Aly Lindeman (12), Delaney Deuel (11) and Kaylee Buzard (10) each scored in double digits for Jefferson. Zoe Chisholm and Mackenzie Cascaden each had seven points for C-R.
Paulding 54, Wayne Trace 43
PAULDING — Chelsi Giesige had 18 points and Sydney McCullough scored 10 for Paulding.
Marion Local 47, Wapakoneta 38
WAPAKONETA — Heidi Rethman had 15 points and Alana Pohlman scored 11 for the visiting Flyers. Makenzie Wilson had 10 points and Kassi Saunders scored eight for the Redskins.
In order not to conflict with the Ohio State football playoff game, the Bath McDonald’s Holiday Tournament’s consolation and championship games Saturday, Dec. 28, have been changed.
The consolation game at will begin at 4:30 p.m. with the championship game to follow. Arlington will play Continental in the tourney opener at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, followed by Cory-Rawson and Bluffton.
First 25 girls
to get in free
OTTAWA — Saturday’s Arlington at Ottawa-Glandorf game is Little Lady Titans Day with the first 25 girls getting in free thanks to wzoqradio.com. The admission for all others will be $1 and the first 50 girls will also receive a free poster from wzoqradio.com. The JV game is scheduled for 11 a.m. with the varsity to follow.
CELINA — Britton Hole had the high series (264) and game (198) for the host Bulldogs at Plaza Lanes. Kaleb Egri had the high series (382) and game (199) for the Indians.
CELINA — Ashtyn Huber had the high series (328) and Audree Gray had the high game (200) for the Bulldogs (5-0, 2-0 Western Buckeye League) at Plaza Lanes. Abby Ambroza had the high series (378) and game (192) for the Indians.
Columbus Grove wins two
HICKSVILLE — Columbus Grove defeated Hicksville 72-12 and Fairview 54-30. Antonio Gray (113), Ryan Bogart (170) and Jeff Meyer (285) recorded two pins each for CG.
ONU foursome named all-region
ADA — Senior All-American Mark Niles, junior Brock Martin, junior All-American and Anna grad Christiaan Williams and freshman Josh Bever have been named All-North Region in 2019 by D3football.com.
Niles was named to the First Team, Martin and Williams were Second Team picks and Bever was a Third Team honoree.
Niles will now go onto the D3football.com All-America ballot.
Niles was named Second team All-America earlier this year by the American Football Coaches Association.
ONU receives vote
ADA — Ohio Northern is received votes in the D3hoops.com Top 25 and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Poll. The Polar Bears garnered 42 points in the D3Hoops.com Top 25, which ranks them 26th, while they collected six votes in the WBCA Coaches Poll, placing them 31st.
Northern is fresh off a come-from-behind 58-57 victory over Mount Union. The Polar Bears closed the game on a 10-0 run to improve to 5-0 on the season and 1-0 in Ohio Athletic Conference play.
ONU travels to Wilmington for a 7 p.m. Wednesday game.
UNOH’s Angstmann named NAIA All-American honorable mention
Outside hitter and St. Marys grad Erika Angstmann of the University of Northwestern Ohio was selected honorable mention as the NAIA All-American teams were announced.
Angstmann finished the season ranked 12th in the NAIA with 517 kills and was 18th in kills per set at 4.04.
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