OTTAWA – Shawnee’s George Mangas set the boys basketball school record with a 57-point game in a 96-78 victory over Trotwood Madison Saturday afternoon at the Ottawa-Glandorf Winter Classic.
Mangas hit two 3-pointers and was 15 of 20 at the foul line. He also had five rebounds and three steals.
Shawnee is 17-1. Trotwood Madison is 7-3.
Brady Wheeler added 13 points, nine assists and three steals. Austin Miller had eight points. Caden Vermillion had seven rebounds and nine assists.
Shawnee’s Tyson Elwer had nine points, seven rebounds and six blocks.
Shawnee led 49-40 at the half.
Ottoville 100, Toledo Rogers 31
OTTAWA – Ottoville’s Josh Thorbahn scored a boys basketball school record 45 points and became the boys all-time leading scorer in a destruction of Rogers in the Ottawa-Glandorf Winter Classic at Hermiller Gymnasium.
Ottoville is 16-2.
Ottawa-Glandorf 62, St. Francis DeSales 44
OTTAWA – Ottawa-Glandorf’s Brennen Blevins tossed in 30 points to lift the Titans past St. Francis DeSales in the O-G Winter Classic at Hermiller Gymnasium.
O-G is 13-3.
Perry 43, Fort Loramie 38
PERRY TOWNSHIP – Perry pushed its record to 14-3 with a come-from-behind victory over Fort Loramie at Perry.
Will Knight led the Commodores with 17 points.
Bubby Knight scored 11. Terry Riley had eight.
Caeleb Meyer had 15 points for Fort Loramie.
Fort Loramie (13-7) led 14-5 after the first quarter and 19-9 at the half. Perry then took a 27-24 lead after three quarters.
McComb 52, Temple Christian 48
LIMA – McComb knocked off Temple Christian in a non-league game at Temple Christian.
Temple is 1-16. McComb is 6-13.
Preston Patrick tossed in 27 points with four rebounds for the Pioneers. Dawson Clay scored 10.
Jared Dillon led McComb with 10 points.
McComb won the boards, 35-34.
Minster 35, St. Marys 32
ST. MARYS – Minster posted a win over St. Marys at St. Marys.
Minster is 16-4. St. Marys is 13-4.
Justin Nixon paced Minster with 17 points and three rebounds. Zach Fortman scored seven.
LeTrey Williams and Austin Parks both scored 14 for the Roughriders. Parks had 11 rebounds.
Minster led 15-13 at the half.
Defiance 52, Whitmer 45
TOLEDO – Defiance knocked off Toledo Whitmer in Toledo.
Defiance is 12-7.
Upper Scioto Valley 44, Cory-Rawson 38
RAWSON – Upper Scioto Valley knocked off Cory-Rawson at Rawson.
USV is 10-7. Cory-Rawson is 9-6.
Jackson Rohrs tossed in 20 points for the Rams. Drew Stephens scored 14.
Grant Bacon scored 21 for the Hornets.
Kalida 40, Wapakoneta 29
KALIDA – Kalida posted a victory over Wapakoneta at Kalida.
Kalida is 15-4. Wapak is 10-7.
Ayden Warnecke paced Kalida with 10 points. Luke Erhart scored nine. Brandon Miller had eight points and five rebounds.
Noah Ambos scored 11 for the Redskins.
Kalida won the boards, 19-14.
Kalida led 12-8 after the first quarter.
Bath 68, New Knoxville 40
BATH TOWNSHIP – Bath used a balanced attack to post a win over New Knoxville at Bath.
Bath is 10-9. New Knoxville is 5-13.
Bath had five players score at least eight points.
Brayden Fleharty led Bath with 13 points with three 3-pointers. Jonah Wauben scored 11.
Mitch Barr, Carter Parlapiano and Griffen Mikesell all scored eight.
Patrick Covery scored 12 for the Rangers.
Bath led 15-9 after the first quarter and 33-16 at the half.
Fort Jennings 48, New Bremen 47
FORT JENNINGS – Fort Jennings edged New Bremen at Fort Jennings.
Fort Jennings is 6-10. New Bremen is 12-6.
Evan Hoersten paced the Musketeers with 17 points. Zach Schulte scored 13 points. Jon Grote scored 10.
Daniel Homan scored 14 for the Cardinals. Reese Busse scored 11.
Bluffton 62, Riverdale 52
BLUFFTON – Bluffton knocked off Riverdale at Bluffton.
Bluffton is 7-11.
Nic Essinger led Bluffton with 18 points. Trenton Donley scored 14. Carson Soper and Trey Boblitt both scored 12.
Marion Local 49, Spencerville 45
MARIA STEIN – Marion Local got past Spencerville at Marion Local.
Marion Local is 10-9. Spencerville is 6-12.
Wayne Trace 72, Crestview 57
HAVILAND – Wayne Trace notched a win over Crestview at Wayne Trace. Kalen Etzler had 30 points and Gavin Etzler scored nine for Crestview.
Crestview is 14-5. Wayne Trace is 15-5.
Parkway 48, South Adams 46
ROCKFORD – Parkway got past South Adams (Ind.) at Parkway.
Parkway is 8-9.
Coldwater 75, Lincolnview 70
COLDWATER – Coldwater notched a win over Lincolnview at Coldwater.
Coldwater is 10-9. Lincolnview is 12-5.
Zack McKibben led the Cavaliers with 23 points and five rebounds. Carson Muhlenkamp had 21 points and three assists.
Ethan Post had 12 points and eight rebounds. Tyler Schwieterman added seven points and 11 rebounds.
Coldwater led 35-34 at the half.
Delphos St. John’s 85, Allen East 49
DELPHOS – Delphos St. John’s romped past Allen East at Robert Arnzen Gymansium.
St. John’s is 5-13. Allen East is 9-9.
St. John’s led 25-12 after the first quarter and 41-32 at the half.
Fort Recovery 70, Ridgemont 53
FORT RECOVERY – Fort Recovery posted a win over Ridgemont at Fort Recovery.
Fort Recovery is 10-9. Ridgemont is 11-7.
Botkins 89, Waynesfield-Goshen 44
BOTKINS – Botkins ran past Waynesfield-Goshen at Botkins.
Waynesfield is 3-14.
Van Wert 49, St. Henry 46
ST. HENRY – Van Wert got past St. Henry at St. Henry.
Van Wert is 7-9. St. Henry is 13-6.
Owen Treece paced the Cougars with 26 points. Aidan Pratt scored nine.
Logan Lefeld led the Redskins with 18 points. Bennett Gels scored 13.
St. Henry won the boards, 28-21.
Leipsic 53, Pandora-Gilboa 35
LEIPSIC – Leipsic posted a win over Pandora-Gilboa at Leipsic.
Leipsic is 13-4. P-G is 8-10.
Mason Brandt led the Vikings with 28 points and hit 3 of 7 on 3-pointers. He also had six rebounds and four assists.
Jaden Siefker had five points and six assists.
Bellefontaine 51, Celina 31
BELLEFONTAINE – Bellefontaine notched a win over Celina at Bellefontaine.
Celina is 4-13.
Tiffin Columbian 64, Kenton 51
TIFFIN – Tiffin Columbian defeated Kenton at Tiffin.
Kenton is 0-13.
Hardin Northern 71, Vanlue 59
VANLUE – Hardin Northern knocked off Vanlue at Vanlue.
Hardin Northern is 11-8.
Nevin Robson led Hardin Northern with 29 points and 12 rebounds. Luke Wilson scored 16.
VAN WERT – Celina won the Western Buckeye League girls bowling tournament and Celina and Van Wert were crowned overall WBL co-champions Saturday at Olympic Lanes in Van Wert.
Celina finished first in the tournament with a 3,392. Van Wert was second with a 3,274. St. Marys was third with a 3,263.
Shawnee was fourth with a 3,220. Wapakoneta was fifth with a 3,194. Elida (3,091) was sixth, followed by Bath (2,905), Ottawa-Glandorf (2,566) and Defiance (2,144).
As for the overall WBL title, Celina and Van Wert shared the title with 17 points.
St. Marys was third with 13. Wapak was fourth with 12.
Shawnee’s Emma Holden won the WBL tournament with a 600.
Van Wert’s Lori Decker was second with a 562. Celina’s Ashton Huber was third with a 556.
Bath’s Jenna Sprague rolled a 479 (166-168-145). Kylie Carpenter had a 441 (135-158-148).
Huber led Celina with a 556 (179-178-199). Audree Gray rolled a 551 (156-203-192). Emma Whistler had a 479 (166-159-154).
Defiance was led by Sannah Roth’s 459 (144-169-146).
Elida was paced by Sarah Munson’s 536 (170-222-144). Kelsey Cox had a 454 (150-132-172).
Bekah Compton led O-G with a 429 (152-133-144).
St. Marys’ Tricia Yahl rolled a 505 (144-167-194). Lily Steinberg had a 500 (162-176-162). Chloe Gibson had a 497 (173-153-171).
Shawnee’s Holden, the WBL champion, had games of 220, 179, 201 for her 600.
Shawnee’s Olivia Miller rolled a 495 (189-143-163). Samantha Zeltner had a 437 (123-152-162).
Van Wert’s Decker led the way with a 562 (175-175-212). Makenna Nagel rolled a 507 (159-171-177). Ryleigh Hanicq had a 486 (161-170-155).
Wapak’s Alayana Spangler rolled a 514 (205-157-152). Madison Doseck had a 439 (113-156-170).
MCCOMB — Liberty-Benton (287.5 points) won the team title followed by Arcadia (172), Van Buren (171), McComb (95), North Baltimore (31), Riverdale (29), Cory-Rawson (26) and Pandora-Gilboa (17).
Cory-Rawson’s Zac Stoodt (126 pounds), Savoux McNeil (138), Nick Thompson (145), Jared Thompson (152) and Cale Parkins (170) each finished fourth in their weight classes. Pandora-Gilboa’s Mitchell Blank was third at 160 pounds
BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s Tayton Kleman (120 pounds) and Columbus Grove’s Jeff Meyer (285) were named co-MVPs and Columbus Grove’s Ernie Siefer was named coach of the year following Friday’s Northwest Conference Tournament won by Allen East.
Mount St. Joseph 58, Bluffton 37
CINCINNATI – Mount St. Joseph handed Bluffton its first loss of the year in a game at Cincinnati.
Bluffton is 10-1. Mount St. Joseph is 1-9.
Mount St. Joseph ran out to a 15-2 lead and controlled play most of the rest of the way.
Jameel Cosby led the Beavers with 12 points.
Bluffton won the boards, 36-25. Bluffton hit only 33 percent from the field and was 3 of 14 on 3-pointers.
The Lions shot 50 percent from the field and were 8 of 21 on 3-pointers.
Heidelberg 86, Ohio Northern 76
TIFFIN — Sophomore C.J. Napier (Miamisburg/Bishop Fenwick) recorded his second consecutive double-double as Ohio Northern men’s basketball team fell to undefeated Heidelberg at Seiberling Gymnasium.
The Polar Bears fall to 2-2 overall and 2-2 in the Ohio Athletic Conference, while the Student Princes improve to 4-0, 4-0.
ONU had four with double digit point totals, led by Napier with 21 points and 10 boards.
Junior Brandon Waugh (Columbus/Northland) added 15 points, while sophomores Landen Long (Mason) and Grant Heileman (Millersport/Sheridan) registered 13 points and 11 points, respectively.
Alex Arellano and Emmanuel Perdue led Heidelberg with 20 points each.
Mount St. Joseph 61, Bluffton 55
BLUFFTON — Mount St. Joseph knocked off Bluffton on Senior Day at the Bluffton Sommer Center.
Bluffton is 12-3.
Bluffton’s Brianna Gillig, who cleared 1,000 career points on Friday, had 21 points with a game-high 10 rebounds.
Bluffton’s Sammy Shardo (Liberty-Benton) scored 11. Emma Saltzman had seven assists and three blocks.
Bluffton hit 33 percent from the field. Bluffton dominated the boards, 44-26.
Ohio Northern 68, Heidelberg 43
ADA — Ohio Northern started the game on an 18-2 run and ended it on an 11-0 run to post a Ohio Athletic Conference victory at the ONU Sports Center.
The Polar Bears (2-3 overall, 2-3 OAC) got a team-high 13 points from junior Lexi Jacobs (Wapakoneta), while junior Kate Iliff (Lorain/Steele) had her first career double-double with 12 points and a career-high 12 rebounds.
Sophomore Brynn Serbin (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny) had six points and a career-best six steals for ONU.
The Student Princes (1-4, 1-4) were led by Brooke Beamer with a game-high 17 points.
Mount Union Invitational
ALLIANCE – Ohio Northern’s Kylie Vestal won the 1,000 meters to lead No. 7-ranked Ohio Northern’s track team to a third-place finish at the Mount Union Invitational.
Mount Union won the meet with 186.5 points. ONU was third with 94.5 points.
ONU’s Stella DeWitt finished second in the 60-meter hurdles in 9.21 seconds.
Mount Union Invitational
ALLIANCE – Ohio Northern’s Owen Lloyd and Andrew Buderer both won events to help the No. 7-ranked Polar Bears finish second at the Mount Union Invitational.
Mount Union won the meet with 184 points. ONU was second with 168.
Lloyd with the 60-meter hurdles in 8.6 seconds. Buderer won the pole vault with a height of 4.66 meters.
Ohio Northern 153, Baldwin-Wallace 67
ADA – Ohio Northern men’s swimming and diving team won 10 of 13 events to knock off Baldwin-Wallace on Senior Day at the ONU Sports Center Natatorium.
ONU is 2-0, 2-0 in the Ohio Athletic Conference. B-W is 0-2, 0-2.
ONU freshman Ben Lacey won the 200 free (1:47.31) and the 200 fly (1:59.48).
Ohio Northern 142, Baldwin-Wallace 87
ADA – Ohio Northern women’s swimming and diving team notched a win over Baldwin-Wallace on Senior Day at the ONU Sports Center Natatorium.
ONU is 2-0, 2-0 in the Ohio Athletic Conference. B-W is 0-2, 0-2.
ONU’s Abby Schauer won the 200 breaststroke (2:41.16) and the 200 I.M. (2:22.96).
In the 200 breast, Schauer came back from trailing by 50 yards to win by .01 of a second.
ONU’s Megan Lubinski won the 50 free (25.24) and the 100 free (55.23).
ONU’s Sophia Vazquez won the 1 and 3-meter diving. She won the 1-meter diving with 184.85. She won the 3-meter diving with 192.50.
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