LCC downs Liberty-Benton

By Staff Reports -

LIMA —Lima Central Catholic’s Biggz Johnson scored 21 points and Shaun Thomas added 12 points as Lima Central Catholic defeated Liberty-Benton 61-52 Saturday night in boys high school basketball. Nate Stolly chipped in 10 points.

Lima Central Catholic improves to 9-8 and Liberty-Benton falls to 10-7.

Ottawa-Glandorf 82,

Eastwood 48

PEMBERVILLE — Ottawa-Glandorf’s Parker Schoemaeker and Brennen Blevins each scored 19 points and Ben Westrick added 15 points.

Ottawa-Glandorf improves to 15-1 and Eastwood falls to 13-4.

Kalida 51,

Wayne Trace 37

HAVILAND — Kalida’s Luke Erhart scored 15 points and Jayce Horstman added 10 points. For Wayne Trace, Nate Berger scored 11 points and Cameron Sinn added 10 points.

Kalida improves to 10-7 and Wayne Trace falls to 13-5.

Bluffton 58,

Pandora-Gilboa 24

BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s Mason Soper scored 21 points. For Pandora-Gilboa, Walter Macke scored nine points.

Bluffton improves to 14-4 and and Pandora-Gilboa falls to 7-8.

Spencerville 48,

New Knoxville 33

SPENCERVILLE — Spencerville’s Eli Harter and Josh Henline both scored 12 points and Dalton Prichard added 11 points. For New Knoxville, Patrick Covert had 15 points.

Spencerville ups its record to 5-12 and New Knoxville falls to 2-16.

Crestview 42, Hicksville 40

HICKSVILLE —Crestview’ Kaden Etzler scored 14 and Gavn Etlzer added 10 points.

Crestview improves to 9-9 for the season,.

Upper Scioto Valley 66,

Coldwater 61

COLDWATER — Upper Scioto Valley’s Quinn Sanders pumped in 26 points and grabbed 13 reb0unds. Connder Sanders chipped in 14 points and Jackson Rohrs added 13 points. For Coldwater, Ethan Post notched 13 points and Noah Miller scored 12 points. Tyler Schwieterman scored 10 points.

Upper Scioto Valley improves to 12-6 and Coldwater falls to 8-9.

Botkins 64, New Bremen 52

BOTKINS — New Bremen’s Nolan Bornhorst reached the 1,000 barrier after scoring 10 points for the Cardinals.

New Bremen falls to to 7-10 on the year. Botkins improves to 13-4.

St. Henry 53,

Celina 28

ST. HENRY — St. Henry’s Bennett Gels scored 15 points and Ben Evers added 12 points. Celina’s Quinn Andrew scored 10 points.

St. Henry improves to 10-8 and Celina drops to 2-15 for the year.

Fort Loramie 37,

Marion Local 20

MARIE STEIN — Fort Loramie’s Nate Meyer scored 19 points. For Marion Local, Bryce Moeller scored 7 points.

Fort Loramie ups its record to 11-6 and Marion Local drops 5-11.

Arlington 90,

Hardin Northern 47

DOLA — Hardin Northern’s Nevin Robson scored 14 points. For Arlington, Bryce Gast scored 26 points and Jaret Vermillion added 17 points. Zavier Thornton chipped in 12 points.

Hardin Northern falls to 7-11 and Arlington improves to 14-4.

Holgate 41

Ft. Jennings 30

FT. JENNINGS — Ft. Jennings’ Evan Hoersten scored 17 points. For Holgate, Blake Hattemer scored 21 points and Bailey Sonneberg added 12 points.

Ft. Jennings falls to 2-16 for the year and Holgate improves to 4-13.

Fort Recovery 53,

Mississinawa Valley 32

FORT RECOVERY —Ft. Recovery improves to 13-3.

Emmanuel Christian 53, Temple Christian 37

Preston Patrick had 18 points and Joshua Engle scored 11 for Temple Christian.

Crestview 42, Hicksville 40

HICKSVILLE — Kalen Etzler had 14 points and Gavin Etzler scored 11 for the visiting Knights.

Jackson Center 57, Minster 46

JACKSON CENTER — Aidan Reichert had 22 points and Camdyn Reese scored 10 for Jackson Center. Justin Nixon had 14 points and Eric Schmidt and Trent Roetgerman each scored eight for Minster.


Carlisle Pool Tournament

CARLISLE — Celina won the 13 team even with 259 points with Carlisle (193.5) finishing second.

Celina’s Brycen Miracle (113 pounds) and Landon Engle (120) won their weight classes.


Cavalier Invitational

PORTLAND, Ind. — New Bremen won the girls title and Versailles was the boys champ in the meet involving Midwest Athletic Conference members at Jay County High School.

In the girls competition, Coldwater’s Macy May set a meet record in winning the 100 butterfly (1:00.91) and she also set a school mark with her first-place finish in the 200 IM (2:20.49).

New Bremen’s Annie Jiang was also a double winner with victories in the 200 and 500 freestyles. New Bremen also won the 200 medley relay with Ashton Heitkamp, Taylor Paul, Gia Johnson, Diana Heitkamp, the 200 freestyle relay with Johnson, Katie Flemming, Paul and Ashton Heitkamp and the 400 freestyle relay with Jiang, Vivian Niekamp, Alana Speelman and Diana Heitkamp.

Marion Local’s Kylie Niekamp (100 backstroke) and Coldwater’s Heidi Bruns (100 breaststroke in school record time of 1:12.66) also won individual events.

On the boys’ side, Minster’s Ben Stammen (200 and 500 relays) and Nicholas Clune (50 freestyle and 100 backstroke) each won two individual events. Minster’s Lucas Stammen (200 IM) and Joseph Magoto (100 butterfly) and New Bremen’s Owen Gabel (100 freestyle) each won an individual race.

Clune, the Stammens and Magoto teamed up to win the 200 and 400 freestyle relays.

Girls bowling

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,077,

Parkway 1,736

CELINA — Camryn Foppe had the high game (165) and Bri Siebeneck had the high series (305) for O-G (7-4) at Plaza Lanes. Katie Hauter had the high series (266) and tied Nevaeh Seals for the high game (134) for Parkway. Foppe, Paige Compton, Katie Fawcett, Siebeneck and Emily Krukowski also combined for a school-record baker game of 213.

By Staff Reports

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