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Lima Central Catholic’s Olivia Stolly shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.

Lima Central Catholic’s Olivia Stolly shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Lima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy shoots against Coldwater’s Emma May during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.

Lima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy shoots against Coldwater’s Emma May during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Lima Central Catholic’s Kiegh Macklin shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

High School

Girls Basketball

Coldwater 44, Lima Central Catholic 41

Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller scored 18 points and Claire Steinke added 11. Lima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy scored 15 points.

Riverdale 67, Hardin Northern 19

DOLA — Hardin Northern’s Emma Martin had 7 points. Riverdale’s Lanie Howell had 18 points and Reagan McKinniss added 14 points.

Boys basketball

Lima Senior lunches

The Spartan Basketball Lunches with Coach Quincey Simpson will begin at noon Friday at The Met in downtown Lima.

The lunches will be held each Friday at the same time and place throughout the basketball season. It is a time for supporters to hear from Coach Simpson and to ask him questions.

For additional information, contact the Athletic Office at 419-996-3050.

College

OSU 79, Seton Hall 76

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Meechie Johnson Jr. made a game-winning 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds left and Ohio State beat No. 21 Seton Hall 79-76 on Monday night in the Fort Myers Tip-Off.

Seton Hall guard Jamir Harris stole it and raced for a fast-break layup to tie it at 76 with 15.9 seconds left. Ohio State elected not to call a timeout and Johnson made his team’s 11th 3-pointer — from NBA range.

Seton Hall got it to Tyrese Samuel for a decent look at the buzzer but it bounced hard off the backboard.

E.J. Liddell led Ohio State (4-1) with 28 points, making all 10 of his free throws and shooting 8 of 17 from the floor. Justin Ahrens scored 11 of his 17 points in the first half and Kyle Young had 12 points and eight rebounds. Johnson was 2 of 5 from the field for eight points.

Liddell started a 19-4 run with five straight points as Ohio State built a 38-28 first-half lead. Liddell finished the half with 16 points, matching Seton Hall’s star Jared Rhoden.

Rhoden finished with a career-high 29 points for Seton Hall (3-1), which was coming off a 67-65 win over No. 4 Michigan. Bryce Aiken added 16 points and Ike Obiagu had three blocks.

After calling a timeout with 50 seconds left, trailing 76-74, Seton Hall turned it over for just the eighth time when Rhoden’s foot touched the midcourt line. Liddell had a good look at a 3-pointer at the other end, but it was short and he grabbed his own rebound before turning it over.

Football

USV product honored

ADA — Eight Ohio Northern student/athletes were named All-Ohio Athletic Conference in football for 2021 in voting conducted by the league’s 10 head coaches.

Seniors Brody Hahn (Louisville) and Austin Eick (Rossford) were named First Team All-OAC, seniors Brock Martin (Attica/Seneca East), Jared Ritenour (Rockford, Ill./Lake Center), Chase Rose (Kenton/Upper Scioto Valley) and junior Josh Bever (Ashland) were Second team All-Conference picks and senior Jarrett Sitton (Paulding) and junior Nichal Johnson (College Park, Ga./Northgate) received Honorable Mention All-OAC honors.

This year’s All-OAC squad returned to the standard First and Second Team selection format after the 2020 team was not divided up between First and Second Teams due to the COVID-19 shortened season.

Rose is now a three-time All-Conference honoree at receiver after being named Second Team as a junior in 2019 and All-OAC in 2020.

This season, he caught 43 passes for 817 yards and 10 touchdowns.

In his 38-game career, he ranks seventh all-time in ONU history with 114 receptions and is seventh with 2,058 yards to go with 23 scores.

The Polar Bears posted a 4-6 record and finished seventh in the OAC this season under 18th-year head coach Dean Paul.

Lima Central Catholic’s Olivia Stolly shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/11/web1_LCC-vs-Coldwater-002-1.jpgLima Central Catholic’s Olivia Stolly shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Lima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy shoots against Coldwater’s Emma May during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/11/web1_LCC-vs-Coldwater-003-1.jpgLima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy shoots against Coldwater’s Emma May during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Lima Central Catholic’s Kiegh Macklin shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/11/web1_LCC-vs-Coldwater-001-1.jpgLima Central Catholic’s Kiegh Macklin shoots against Coldwater’s Riley Rismiller during Monday’s game at Msgr. Edward C. Herr Gymnasium. Richard Parrish | The Lima News

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