Roundup: Shawnee improves to 8-0 in boys hoops


By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The host Indians moved to 8-0 on the season with a 65-46 boys high school basketball victory Saturday night against Marion Local.

George Mangas had 20 points and Brady Wheeler (12) and Jarin Bertke (11) also scored in double digits for the host Indians. Alex Eyink had 13 points and Bryce Moeller scored 11 for the Flyers (0-2).

Elida 64, Van Buren 63

ELIDA — Riley Fricke made the game-winning 3-pointer with less than a minute remaining. Quan Moore had 19 points and Dylan Buetner scored 10 also for the host Bulldogs.

New Knoxville 59,

Temple Christian 34

NEW KNOXVILLE — Carson Bierlein had 31 points and Patrick Covert (11) and Owen Carroll (10) also scored in double digits for the Rangers. Josh Engle had 13 points for the Pioneers.

Lincolnview 57,

Fort Jennings 48

MIDDLE POINT — Jake Bowersock had 15 points and Landon Price scored 10 for Lincolnview. Carson Kazee (13), Nick Trentman (11) and Evan Hoersten (10) each scored in double digits for Fort Jennings.

Spencerville 48,

Kalida 34

SPENCERVILLE — Dalton Prichard had 14 points and Josh Henline scored 12 for the host Bearcats. Evan Roebke and Luke Erhart scored 12 each for Kalida.

Coldwater 56,

Ayersville 32

COLDWATER — Tyler Schwieterman had 11 points for the host Cavaliers.

Ottawa-Glandorf 71,

Archbold 45

OTTAWA — Ben Westrick (18), Brennen Blevins (16) and Owen Nichols (12) each scored in double digits for O-G.

Ridgemont 48, Allen East 46

HARROD — Jayden Streets (19), Mason Stuck (14) and Landon Newland (12) each scored in double digits for Ridgemont. Bradden Crumrine had 12 points and Mason Cotson scored 11 for Allen East.

Ada 65, Cory-Rawson 50

RAWSON — Brandson Hull had 20 points and Jake Pling (13) and Jake Rayl (12) also scored in double digits for Ada. Tommy Stauffer had 21 points and Carson Houck scored 15 for C-R.

Minster 70, Mississinawa Valley 52

MINSTER — Justin Nixon (19), Trent Roetgerman (12) and Jacob Salazar (11) each scored in double digits for the host Wildcats (6-1).

Monroeville 51, Hardin Northern 47

MONROEVILLE — Owen Wetherill and Ewan Martin each had 14 ponts and Nevin Robson scored 10 for Hardin Northern.

New Bremen 57, Anna 54

NEW BREMEN — Nolan Bornhorst (15), Reece Busse (13) and Patrick Wells (10) each scored in double digits for the host Cardinals.

Antwerp 81, Delphos Jefferson 50

DELPHOS — Colin Bailey (16), Hunter Mericle (13) and Trent Teman (11) each scored in double digits for Jefferson.

Girls basketball

St. Marys 53,

Arlington 45

ARLINGTON — Carly Caywood had 15 points and Elena Menker and Noelle Ruane scored nine and eight respectively for the visiting Roughriders.

Kalida 48,

Crestview 40

KALIDA — Grace Klausing had 22 onts and Carlie Rampe and Brenna Smith scored eight and seven respectively for the host Wildcats. Lexi Gregory had 13 points and Bailey Gregory and Kylie Etzler scored nine and eight respectively for the Knights.

Ottoville 63,

Wayne Trace 57

OTTOVILLE — Nicole Knippen (21), Jocelyn Geise (14), Alexa Honigford (11) and Kylee Hoersten (11) each scored in double digits for the host Big Green.

Wapakoneta 35,

Bellefontaine 24

WAPAKONETA — Makenzie Wilson had 12 points and Kassi Saunders scored eight for the host Redskins.

Troy Christian 44,

New Bremen 41

TROY — Kaylee Freund had 20 points and Madison Cordonnier scored 10 for the visiting Cardinals.

Cory-Rawson 56,

Waynesfield-Goshen 27

RAWSON — Zoe Chisholm had 15 points and Ayanna Vekarya scored 13 for C-R. Jordan Elliott had 13 points for W-G.

Waynesfield-Goshen 60, Calvary Christian 57

WAYNESFIELD — Layton Campbell had 25 points and Hyatt Kaufman and Isaiah Sanders scored 13 each for W-G.

Wayne Trace 64, Van Wert 57

VAN WERT — Owen Treece had 30 points and Keaton Brown scored 13 for the host Cougars.

Miller City 56, Liberty Center 26

LIBERTY CENTER — Natalie Koenig had 17 points and Abi Lammers scored 14 for Miller City.

Wrestling

Edgerton Invitational

EDGERTON — Paulding went 3-2 on the day, defeating Patrick Henry 60-16, Montpelier 36-33 and Bryan 53-24 and falling to Parkway 42-39 and Fremont 57-22. Brody Fisher (145) and Jordon Mudel (126) each went 5-0 for Paulding.

Findlay Invitational

FINDLAY — Coldwater finished sixth out of 16 teams with the host Trojans winning the team title. Grant Heuing (152) was third, Caleb Stammen (182) was fourth, Kobe Boggs (132) was fifth and Will Fox (195) and Nolan Tobe (220) were each sixth for Coldwater.

Boys Bowling

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,464,

Temple Christian 1,626

LIMA — Logan Miller had the high series (396) and Sean Kelley had the high game (241) for O-G (4-1) at 20th Century Lanes. Anthony Mayer had the high series (254) and high game (134) for Temple Christian.

Colleges

Men’s basketball

Ohio Northern 73,

Manchester 66

ADA — Kenton graduate Thomas Phillips Phillips poured in 22 points, shattering his old career-high of 12, for the Polar Bears at the ONU Sports Center.

Women’s basketball

Trine 61,

Ohio Northern 53

ANGOLA, Ind. — The Ohio Northern got off to a frigid start, as it fell to Trine at the MTI Center.

The Polar Bears (6-2) were held scoreless in the first 6:53, missing their first 10 shots. The Thunder, which jumped out to a 10-0 run to start the game, improved to 6-3 on the season.

Emily Brock had nine points for ONU.

Girls swimming

BGSU Classic

BOWLING GREEN — Coldwater broke three school records in finishing 14th. The Cavaliers set new marks in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays and Macy May broke a 25-year-0ld mark in winning the 100 freestyle.

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