Roundup: Bath edges Marion Local to win Classic

By Staff Reports -

BATH TOWNSHIP — Ava Craddock made two free throws with 11 seconds left to give Bath a 37-36 victory against Marion Local in Saturday’s Kewpee Tip Off Classic championship game.

Lexi Renner had 11 points, Craddock scored eight and Claire Foust contributed seven rebounds for the Wildkittens (2-0).

Sammy Hoelscher had 17 points and Avae Unrast scored five for the Flyers (1-1)

Bryan defeated Lima Senior 76-27 in the consolation game. Tiana Spivey had 12 points and Amiyah Coleman scored six for Lima Senior (0-2).

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BLUFFTON — Bluffton defeated Allen East 56-51 to win the tournament title.

Ayla Grandey had 15 points and Riley Busch scored 10 for the 2-0 champs. Savana Brooks had 18 points and Rilynn Jones scored nine for the Mustangs (1-1)

Bluffton’s Kylie Monday was named tourney MVP and was joined on the all-tournament team by teammates Sami Scoles and Grandey, Brooks, Jones, Cory-Rawson’s Paige McVetta and Arlington’s Brooklyn Smith.

Cory-Rawson defeated Arlington 43-35 in the consolation game. Lanie Kempf had 13 points and McVetta scored 12 for C-R.

Kenton 55, LCC 43

KENTON — Sadie Larrabee had 13 points and Lauren Bartlett scored 11 for the host Wildcats. Olivia Stolly had 15 points and Kiegh Macklin and Allison Young each scored 11 for Lima Central Catholic.

Shawnee 60,

Fort Jennings 14

Grace Freiberger had 17 points and four steals, Zoe Best had 12 points and four rebounds, Ania Pearson had nine points and Cecelia Worsham scored seven for Shawnee.

Lincolnview 53,

Continental 10

MIDDLE POINT — Kendall Bollenbacher had 16 points and Zadria King scored 12 for the Lancers. Jensen Armey and Bryn Tegenkamp had five points each for the Pirates.

Vanlue 42,

Upper Scioto Valley 36

VANLUE — Kennedy Hall had 11 points and Amelia Hurley scored eight for USV.

Van Wert 39,

Ottoville 33

OTTOVILLE — Carlee Young and Kyra Welch had 10 points each for the visiting Cougars. Carly Thorbahn had 10 points and Elise Kramer scored eight for the Big Green.

Indian Lake 51,

Waynesfield-Goshen 29

LEWISTOWN — Taylor Spencer had 12 points for W-G.

Crestview 41, Fort Recovery 33

CONVOY — Cali Gregory had 21 points and Laci McCoy scored eight for Crestview. Mara Pearson had 14 points and Whitley Rammel scored 10 for Fort Recovery.

Parkway 47, Lehman Catholic 29

ROCKFORD — Gabrielle Stober had 22 points and Emiree Knittle scored 12 for Parkway.

Boys bowling

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COLUMBUS — Celina reached the championship where it fell 178—161 to Westerville Central. Britt Hole led Celina during qualifying with a high game of 225 and 585 two-game series.

Coldwater 2,935,

Fort Loramie 2,501

MINSTER — Keaton Bruns had the high game (247) and two-game series (448) for Coldwater.

Girls bowling

Coldwater 2,462,

Fort Loramie 2,107

MINSTER — Jasmine Schulze had the high game (206) and two-game series (378) for Coldwater.


Women’s basketball

Ohio Northern 75,

Lycoming 50

HUNTINGDON, Pa. — After building a 21-8 lead at the end of the first quarter, Ohio Northern cruised to a victory against Lycoming (Pa.) at the Juniata Classic at Memorial Gymnasium.

The Polar Bears (3-0) got 14 points and seven rebounds from Shawnee graduate Alissa Stahler and 12 points and three rebounds from Kate Iliff.

Brynn Serbin tallied a game-high four steals.

Lawrence Tech 56, UNOH 43

LIMA — Ronja Orpo had eight points and Mar Marata Crespo scored seven for the University of Northwestern Ohio (1-5, 0-3 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference).

Men’s basketball

Ohio Northern 78,

Medaille 70

BUFFALO, N.Y. — C.J. Napier had 18 points, seven rebounds and four assists, Wapakoneta graduate Adam Scott scored 17, Brandon Waugh had 12 points and four assists and Bryce Nolbertowicz scored 11 for the Polar Bears (4-1) against their opponent from New York state in the Buffalo State Coles Classic.

UNOH 71,

Lawrence Tech 69

LIMA — LCC grad Biggz Johnson (25), Ottawa-Glandorf grad Ben Westrick (19), Zach Montes (12) and Cedric Delancy Jr. (10) each scored in double digits for UNOH (2-6, 1-2 WHAC). Johnson and Montes also had seven rebounds each.

Miami-Hamilton 56,

Bluffton 41

BLUFFTON — Miguel Ringer had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Jameel Cosby contributed 13 points and 10 rebounds for the host Beavers.


ADA — Ohio Northern senior Melina Woods, an Ada graduate, and freshman Taylor Baxterwere named Honorable Mention All-America and First Team All-Region 7 for 2021 by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

ONU head coach Katie Kuhn was also named the Region 7 Coach of the Year.

By Staff Reports

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