Shawnee continues to roll


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SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP – Shawnee kept rolling, moving to 9-0 with a 74-52 boys basketball victory over Coldwater Tuesday night at Shawnee.

George Mangas paced Shawnee with 33 points, four rebounds and five assists. He also had four steals.

Brady Wheeler added 10 points and five assists. Caden Vermillion had six points, eight rebounds and four assists.

The Indians, who went 25-0 season last year, have won 34 in a row.

Coldwater is 3-3.

Carson Muhlenkamp and Tyler Schwieterman both scored 10 for the Cavaliers.

Shawnee led 15-13 after the first quarter and pulled out to a 39-22 lead at the half. The Indians led 61-38 after three.

Boys basketball

Lima Central Catholic 58, Versailles 41

VERSAILLES – Lima Central Catholic evened its record at 4-4 with a victory over Versailles at Versailles.

Evan Unruh paced the T-Birds with 24 points. Seth Mikesell scored 10.

LCC led 32-13 at the half.

Fort Jennings 53, Temple Christian 27

FORT JENNINGS – Fort Jennings’ Evan Hoersten had 18 points to lead the Musketeers over Temple Christian.

Fort Jennings is 2-3. Temple is 1-4.

Zach Schulte added 14 points with four 3-pointers for the Musketeers.

Preston Patrick paced Temple with eight points. Landon Callahan scored six.

Fort Jennings led 31-14 at the half.

Allen East 90, North Baltimore 51

HARROD – Allen East ran out to a 24-7 lead and rolled to a win over North Baltimore at Allen East.

Allen East is 5-1.

Gabe Criblez led the Mustangs with 16 points. Kaden Armstrong scored 15.

Keaton Lehman had 14 for Allen East. Bradden Crumine scored 12.

Wayne Trace 64, Paulding 59 (OT)

HAVILAND – Wayne Trace went overtime to knock off Paulding at Wayne Trace.

Paulding is 8-2.

Payton Beckman led Paulding with 14 points. Nick Manz had 13. Hunter Kauser had 12.

Brooks Laukhuf scored 18 for Wayne Trace.

Wayne Trace won the boards, 35-27.

Wayne Trace outscored Paulding 7-2 in overtime.

Ridgemont 71, Ridgedale 54

RIDGEDALE – Ridgemont moved to 5-2 with a win over Ridgedale at Ridgedale.

New Bremen 48, Mississinawa Valley 35

MISSISSINAWA VALLEY – New Bremen registered a win over on the road at Mississinawa Valley.

New Bremen is 4-2.

Ottawa-Glandorf 59, Bowling Green 29

BOWLING GREEN – Ottawa-Glandorf rolled past Bowling Green at BG.

The Titans stand 6-1.

St. Marys 57, New Knoxville 44

ST. MARYS – St. Marys notched a victory over New Knoxville at St. Marys.

St. Marys is 5-2. New Knoxville is 2-6.

Ottoville 62, Van Wert

OTTOVILLE – Ottoville knocked off Van Wert at Ottoville.

Ottoville is 6-1. Van Wert is 0-4.

Girls basketball

Cory-Rawson 38, McComb 33

MCCOMB – Cory-Rawson’s Zoe Chisholm became the first girls basketball player in school history to score 1,000 career points in a victory over McComb at McComb.

She hit the mark on a 3-pointer, for her 14th point of the night, in the first half.

Chisholm finished the night with 17 points.

Bath 58, Coldwater 27

BATH TOWNSHIP – Bath pushed its record to 9-0 with a victory over Coldwater at Bath.

Chandler Clark paced the Wildkittens with 21 points and six assists. Ruby Bolon had 12 points and four rebounds.

Coldwater is 1-6.

Riley Rismiller had 13 points and nine rebounds for Coldwater.

Bath led 31-16 at the half.

Columbus Grove 42, Elida 36

COLUMBUS GROVE – Columbus Grove’s Kenzie King had a solid all-around night and the Bulldogs pushed their record over .500 at 5-4 with a victory over Elida at Columbus Grove.

Elida is 1-2.

King had 16 points, eight rebounds and knocked down two 3-pointers.

Sage Clement had 12 points for Grove. Erin Downing had five rebounds with her four points.

Amira Freeman led Elida with 14 points and two 3-pointers. Addisyn Freeman had 10 points and two threes.

Grove won the boards, 28-24.

The Bulldogs led 20-18 at the half and then pulled out to a 31-23 lead after three.

Liberty-Benton 59, Bluffton 25

BLUFFTON – Liberty-Benton’s Lauren Gerken led the way with 29 points to power the Eagles over Bluffton.

Gerken had 14 point at halftime.

Bluffton is 5-4.

Riley Busch led Bluffton with seven points. Kylie Stackhouse had six.

L-B led 21-12 at the half and 38-17 after three.

Kalida 42 Delphos Jefferson 33

DELPHOS – Kalida’s Grace Klausing tossed in 16 points to lead Kalida past Delphos Jefferson.

Kalida is 2-4. Jefferson is 8-2.

Klausing hit 6 of 10 from the field. She also had five rebounds.

Kalida’s Brook Erhart had nine points and was 3 of 5 on 3-pointers.

Aly Lindeman scored 11 for Jefferson. Lyv Lindeman had 10.

Both teams had 15 rebounds.

Kalida led 22-21 at the half and 31-25 after three.

Shawnee 74, Waynesfield-Goshen 44

WAYNESFIELD – Shawnee ran away from Waynesfield-Goshen at Waynesfield.

Shawnee freshman Zoe Best led the way with 23 points.

Shawnee is 5-2. Waynesfield is 0-6.

The Indians’ Hailee Conrad scored 15. Grace Frieberger had 13 points and eight rebounds.

Rylie Barrington had 12 points for Waynesfield. Kapri Wilson had 10.

Shawnee led 41-26 at the half.

St. Marys 64, Bellefontaine 34

BELLEFONTAINE – St. Marys led 30-11 at the half cruised home with a win over Bellefontaine.

St. Marys is 6-2.

Laney Menker had 13 points with three 3-pointers for the Roughriders. Kendall Dieringer scored 12.

Fort Recovery 47, Wapakoneta 26

WAPAKONETA – Fort Recovery notched a win over Wapakoneta at Wapak.

Fort Recovery is 6-3. Wapak is 2-5.

Bryan 63, Defiance 32

BRYAN – Bryan rolled past Defiance at Bryan.

Defiance is 1-7. Bryan is 6-0.

Girls Bowling

Celina 1,654, Minster 1,425

MINSTER – Celina pushed its record to 9-1 with a victory at Minster.

Celina was led by a two-game 364 from Madison Harden (195-169). Audrey Gray shot a 325.

Wrestling

Columbus Grove 42, Defiance 33

Napoleon 63, Columbus Grove 13

DEFIANCE – Columbus Grove split a pair of matches at Defiance.

Grove knocked off Defiance and lost to Napoleon.

Columbus Grove winners against Defiance were the following: Wyatt Watt (132, pin, 4:52); Landon Schroeder (145, pin, 3:02); Dillon Bryan (160, pin, 37 seconds); Ezra Jones (182, victory); Jeff Meyer (285, victory).

Columbus Grove winners against Napoleon were the following: Logan Mershman (138, 15-3); Ezra Jones (182, pin, 32 seconds); Jeff Meyer (285, 6-4).

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