COLDWATER — Shawnee moved to 10-0 on the season in boys high school basketball with a 92-55 victory against the Cavaliers.
George Mangas (32), John Barker (20) and Tyson Elwer (12) each scored in double digits for the Indians. Myles Blasingame had 18 points and Ethan Post scored 10 for Coldwater.
Ada 44, New Knoxville 35
ADA — Zac Swaney had 11 points and Phil Coulson scored nine for the host Bulldogs. Carson Bierline had scored 20 for the Rangers.
St. Henry 69, Bath 60
BATH TOWNSHIP — Riley Link (16), Logan Lefeld (14) and Ben Evers (10) each scored in double digits for the visiting Redskins. Britton Hall (13), Carter Parlapiano (12) and Ian Armentrout (10) were double digit scorers for the Wildcats.
Leipsic 62, Continental 42
CONTINENTAL — Mason Brandt had 19 points and Lorenzo Walther scored 12 for the visiting Vikings. Mitchel Coleman had 17 points and Gavin Huff scored 11 for the Pirates.
Hardin Northern 48
DOLA — Nevin Robson had 14 points and Ewan Martin scored 10 for Hardin-Northern.
FINDLAY — Noah Ambos, Reed Merricle and Peyton Debell each had 10 points for Wapak.
Ottoville 50, Minster 37
MINSTER — Joshua Thorbahn had 19 points for the visiting Big Green. Jacob Salazar scored 10 for the Wildcats.
New Bremen 53,
Mississinawa Valley 48
UNION CITY — Patrick Wells and Nolan Bornhorst each had 12 points for New Bremen.
Allen East 80,
Temple Christian 36
LIMA — Keaton Lehman (12), Bradden Crumrine (12), Logan McCluer (11) and Mason Dotson (10) each reached double digits for Allen East. Preston Patrick had 21 points and Joshua Engle each scored 14 for Temple Christian.
Columbus Grove 83,
Fort Jennings 44
FORT JENNINGS — The Bulldogs improved to 8-0 on the season and 2-0 in the Putnam County League. Blake Reynolds had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and Tayt Birnesser went for 17 points and 7 rebounds for Grove.
TROY — Shawnee (82.5 points) finished ninth and Delphos St. John’s (76.5) was 11th in the 14-team event won by Northmont (235.5). Lima Senior (54) was 13th.
Individually, Lima Senior’s Aaron Bowsher (145) and Chase Martin (170) and Mason Vonderwell (152) of Delphos St. John’s were each second, Shawnee’s Joey Hale (195) was third, Shawnee’s Cory Beach (126) and Mason Adlesh (138) were each fourth, Shawnee’s Trent Fairburn (145), Lima Senior’s Dalton Hahn (160) and Mark Wrasman (182) of Delphos St. John’s were each fifth and Shawnee’s Howie Perkins (170) were each sixth.
WEST MILTON — Coldwater (248) won the 11 team event. Columbus Grove (147) was fifth in the 11 team event.
Individually, Kobe Boggs (126), Will Fox (195) and Nolan Tobe (220) were each first, Seth Stewart (132), Nate Hoyng (138), Grant Heuing (145) and Caleb Stammen (182) were each second, Nick Kline (120) and Sam Obringer (138) were each third, Eli Tobe (160) and Patrick Cupp (220) were each fourth, Mason Klosterman (113) and Shane Onrtop (170) were each fifth for Coldwater. Ezra Jones (182) and Jeff Meyer (285) were each first, Justin Flanders (160) and Dylan Sargent (285) were each second, Ryan Bogart (170) was third, Trevor Wynkoop (120) and Landon Schroeder (132) were each fourth and Tanner Blankemeyer (160) and Jordan Vogt (170) were each sixth for Grove. Please note Coldwater and Grove had multiple competitors in some classes with not all their finishes counting toward the team totals.
BELLBROOK — Van Wert (149.5) finished third in the 12 team competition won by Ryle (353.5).
Individually, Gabe Steyer (145) was first, Malachi Battle (170) and Eli Kline (285) were each second, Coby Gamble (220) was third and Killian Sudduth (120), Macein Bigham (152) and Spencer Blue (195) were each fourth for Van Wert.
CIRCLEVILLE — Celina (148.5) tied Clinton-Massie for fifth in the 16 team event won by Miami Trace (223).
Individually, Aric Gallimore (160) was second, Landon Engle (120) and Cayden Thomson (285) were each third, Nathan Wilson (132) and Jaden King (138) were each fourth and Brycen Miracle (113) and Cory Fortkamp (195) were each sixth for Celina.
State Silver Gloves
CLEVELAND — Three members of Lima’s Southside Spartans won championships at St. Francis School.
Aidan Vogt defeated Geonye George in the 65 pound Bantam Division, Emmanuel Rettig won against Akron’s Demand Savour in the 75 pound Bantam Division and Emilio Rettig triumphed against Cincinnati’s Greg Collins Jr. in the 90 pound Intermediate Division. Southside’s Jerry Denson lost his 154 pound Junior Division championship bout to Akron’s Khall Abdullah.
Emmanuel Rettig also defeated Cleveland’s Haneaf Brockman in the semifinals.
BLUFFTON — TJ Mills had 12 points and Brianna Gillig had 10 points and seven rebounds for the host Beavers (8-3, 2-3 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference) against the Pioneers (10-1, 4-0 HCAC).
Indiana Tech 110,
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — New Knoxville grad Erin Scott had 14 points and Tya Bell scored 12 for the University of Northwestern Ohio (5-11, 2-5 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference) against the 11th ranked Warriors (12-4, 6-1 WHAC).
Ohio Northern 62,
John Carroll 55
ADA — The Polar Bears received extremely strong play from their bench, outscoring the Blue Streaks’ 41-0 inside the ONU Sports Center.
“They were outstanding,” ONU head coach Michele Brand said. “We pride ourselves on being able to play 10 girls. I don’t get focused on who starts or who comes off the bench, but (the bench) did a really great job tonight. They really helped us out.”
Brynn Serbin poured in a career-high 13 points, which included a trio of 3-pointers. She also added three rebounds, three assists and three steals.
Bath grad Jaidyn Hale chipped in 10 points, four rebounds and four steals. Emily Brock also had 10 points to go alongside four boards.
The win improved Northern to 9-2 on the season and 3-1 in Ohio Athletic Conference play. The loss dropped the Blue Streaks to 9-2 overall and 3-1 in conference play and snapped their seven-game win streak.
John Carroll 85,
Ohio Northern 72
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS — C.J. Napier had 20 points and Landen Long scored 17 to lead Ohio Northern at the DeCarlo Center.
The Polar Bears fell to 4-7 overall and 0-4 in the Ohio Athletic Conference, while the Blue Streaks improved to 8-3 (1-3 OAC). Kenton graduate Thomas Phillips added 16 points for ONU.
Indiana Tech 87,
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Nathan Lessing (20), Lima Senior grad Elijah Pughsley (17) and Justin Koepp (12) each scored in double digits for UNOH (3-13, 0-7 WHAC) against the Warriors (9-8, 5-2 WHAC). Pughsley also had five assists.
Bluffton 87, Transylvania 78
BLUFFTON — Bath grad Andrew Renner had 27 points, nine rebounds and five assists, Zeddie Pollock scored 23 and Dezman Brown had 18 points for the host Beavers (6-5, 2-2 HCAC).
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