Pandora-Gilboa gets past Perry


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Perry’s Tyanah Gordon drives to the basket against Pandora-Gilboa’s Taelor Miller, left, and Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.

Perry’s Tyanah Gordon drives to the basket against Pandora-Gilboa’s Taelor Miller, left, and Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.


Richard Parrish| The Lima News

Perry’s Bryce James puts up a shot against Pandora-Gilboa during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.

Perry’s Bryce James puts up a shot against Pandora-Gilboa during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.


Richard Parrish| The Lima News

Perry’s Lexenna Lee shoots against Pandora-Gilboa’s Lacie Fenstermaker during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.


Richard Parrish| The Lima News

Perry’s Rhema Pernell shoots against Pandora-Gilboa’s Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.


Richard Parrish| The Lima News

High School

Girls Basketball

Pandora-Gilboa 48, Perry 43

PERRY TOWNSHIP — Pandora-Gilboa’s Lacie Fenstermaker scored 23 points. For Perry, Mary Hoersten scored 11 points and Bryce James added nine points.

Lima Central Catholic 52, Allen East 46

HARROD — Lima Central Catholic’s Kiegh Macklin scored scored 21 points and Olivia Stolly added 15 points. For Allen East, Savanna Brooks scored 15 points and Kennedy Truex chipped in 12 points.

New Bremen 63, Lincolnview 52

MIDDLE POINT — New Bremen’s Chloe Bornhorst and Mia Hirshfield each scored 16 points. For Lincolnview, Kendall Bollenbacher scored 22 points and Zadira King added 12 points.

Bath 43, Paulding 32

Bath’s Ava Craddock scored 20 points and Claire Foust added 18 points.

Jackson Center 44, Waynesfield-Goshen 29

JACKSON CENTER — Waynesfield-Goshen’s Taylor Spencer scored 13 points

College

Stroud named Heisman finalist

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson, Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett and Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud were announced Monday as the finalists for the Heisman Trophy.

The Heisman will be presented Saturday in New York, returning to its usual routine and date after it was forced to delay and go virtual last year due to the pandemic.

After a 2021 season in which a Heisman front-runner took a while to emerge and the race seemed wide-open into November, Young closed strong to become the favorite.

The sophomore broke the Southeastern Conference championship game record with 421 yards passing in a victory against Georgia’s vaunted defense on Saturday. For the season, Young has thrown for 4,322 yards, 43 touchdowns and just four interceptions while guiding the Crimson Tide to the top-seed in the College Football Playoff.

Young could become Alabama’s fourth Heisman winner, second consecutive, but first quarterback.

Last year Tide receiver DeVonta Smith won the Heisman. Smith and broke a streak of four straight quarterbacks to win the Heisman. Since 2000, 17 quarterbacks have won the Heisman Trophy.

Hutchinson would be the first defensive player to win the Heisman since Michigan’s Charles Woodson in 1997.

The last Michigan player to be a Heisman finalists also played defense, though not exclusively. Defensive back Jabrill Peppers also played some offense and returned kicks when he finished fifth in the voting in 2016.

Hutchinson has 14 sacks, helping No. 2 Michigan earn its first playoff appearance and end an eight-game losing streak to rival Ohio State.

Pickett returned to Pitt for a fifth season in 2021, taking advantage of the NCAA’s eligibility give-back for playing through the pandemic in 2020, and had a record-breaking year. Pickett passed for 4,319 yards with 42 touchdowns to eclipse school marks and led the 13th-ranked Panthers to their first Atlantic Coast Conference title.

Stroud completed 71% of his passes for 3,862 yards, 38 touchdowns and five interceptions as the seventh-ranked Buckeyes finished 10-2 in his first season as a starter.

Perry’s Tyanah Gordon drives to the basket against Pandora-Gilboa’s Taelor Miller, left, and Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/12/web1_Perry-vs-PG-001.jpgPerry’s Tyanah Gordon drives to the basket against Pandora-Gilboa’s Taelor Miller, left, and Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium. Richard Parrish| The Lima News
Perry’s Bryce James puts up a shot against Pandora-Gilboa during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/12/web1_Perry-vs-PG-006.jpgPerry’s Bryce James puts up a shot against Pandora-Gilboa during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium. Richard Parrish| The Lima News
Perry’s Lexenna Lee shoots against Pandora-Gilboa’s Lacie Fenstermaker during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/12/web1_Perry-vs-PG-002.jpgPerry’s Lexenna Lee shoots against Pandora-Gilboa’s Lacie Fenstermaker during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium. Richard Parrish| The Lima News
Perry’s Rhema Pernell shoots against Pandora-Gilboa’s Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/12/web1_Perry-vs-PG-004.jpgPerry’s Rhema Pernell shoots against Pandora-Gilboa’s Maddie Rutschilling during Monday’s game at the Leonard V. Volbert gymnasium. Richard Parrish| The Lima News

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