Roundup: Shawnee remains unbeaten in girls basketball

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SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The host Indians improved to 15-0 overall and 5-0 in the Western Buckeye League with a 64-50 girls high school basketball victory Thursday night against Wapakoneta (7-8, 1-4 WBL).

Grace Freiberger had 19 points and seven assists, Zoe Best had 17 points and six rebounds and Hailee Conrad and Cecelia Worsham scored 10 and nine respectively. Wapak’s individual scoring was not reported by deadline.

Pandora-Gilboa 58,

Vanlue 29

PANDORA — P-G’s Lacie Fenstermaker had 24 points to surpass 1,000 for her career, six rebounds, three assists, six steals and four blocks and teammate Taelor Miller scored 16.

Delphos Jefferson 57,

Ada 27

DELPHOS — Aly Lindeman had 17 points and Lyv Lindeman scored 14 as Jefferson improved to 14-1 overall and 4-0 in the Northwest Conference. Courtney Sumner had 13 points and Olivia Burkhart scored nine for Ada (4-11, 0-4 NWC).

Elgin 41,

Hardin Northern 30

DOLA — Emma Martin had 11 points and Katie Good scored six for Hardin Northern (2-11, 0-3 Northwest Central Conference).

Columbus Grove 53,

Lincolnview 37

MIDDLE POINT — Kenzie King had 14 points and Lauryn Auchmuty scored 13 for Grove (10-4, 4-1 NWC). Zadria King had 10 points and Makayla Jackman and Kendall Bollenbacher each scored eight for Lincolnview (5-9, 1-3 NWC).

New Knoxville 36,

Minster 23

MINSTER — Avery Henschen and Ellie Gabel each had 14 points for the visiting Rangers (13-1, 5-0 Midwest Athletic Conference). Kaycie Albers had 10 points and Lilly Bornhorst scored six for the Wildcats (9-5, 4-1 MAC).

Delphos St. John’s 43,

Parkway 41

ROCKFORD — Abby Kerner had 18 points and Emma Will scored 14 for DSJ (2-13, 1-4 MAC). Allison Hughes had 18 points and Adria Miller scored nine for Parkway (9-3, 3-2 MAC).

Perry 47,

Upper Scioto Valley 37

MCGUFFEY — Mary Hoersten and Mi’auni Hall each had 12 points for Perry (2-11, 2-1 NWCC). Kennedy Hall had 10 points and Shaylyn Lawrence and Patiance Cole each scored eight for USV (0-13, 0-2 NWCC).

New Bremen 52,

Coldwater 47

COLDWATER — Kaylee Freund had 25 points and Lily Lennartz and Chloe Bornhorst scored eight each for the visiting Cardinals (8-5, 4-1 MAC). Riley Rismiller had 12 points and Emma May scored 11 for the Cavaliers (8-7, 2-3 MAC).

Leipsic 41, Bluffton 39

LEIPSIC — Kyrsten Martinez had 13 points and Whitney Langhals scored 11 for the host Vikings (9-4, 2-3 NWC). Kylie Monday had 13 points and Riley Eachus 11

Waynesfield-Goshen 52, Ridgemont 50

WAYNESFIELD — Raegan Hutchinson had 20 points and Taylor Spencer scored 16 for W-G (4-10, 3-0 NWCC). Brooke Nelson had 17 points and Callie Cromer scored 12 for Ridgemont (2-10, 0-2 NWCC).

Boys bowling

Wapakoneta 2,560,

Shawnee 2,306

WAPAKONETA — Lance Deffenbaugh tied Eli Van Meter for the high game (188) and had the high two-game series (375) for Wapak at Astro Lanes. Myles Aldrich had the high game (213) and series (402) for Shawnee. Teammate Cruz Hunter had 201 game.

Girls bowling

Shawnee 2,303,

Wapakoneta 2,280

WAPAKONETA — Olivia Miller had the high game (178) and Lynden Bassitt had the two-game series (339) for Shawnee. Rylie Jeanneret had the high game (186) and series (360) for Wapak.


Wapakoneta 52, Shawnee 18

WAPAKONETA — Wapakoneta’s Gavin Hall (132), Andrew Mosler (165) and Cael Rostorfer (285) recorded pins.

Wapak’s Jayden Rampulla (190) had a major decision victory and teammates Nate Buell (150) and Jace Knous (175) won by decision.

Shawnee’s Kayne Brown (126) and Preston Coppler (215) won by decision.

Defiance 52, Kenton 6

DEFIANCE — Kenton’s Anthony Hunt recorded a pin at 138 pounds.

Boys swimming

South Adams 24, Coldwater 10

BERNE, Ind. — Coldwater’s Carson Doenges posted a win in the 50 yard freestyle.

Girls swimming

Coldwater 89, South Adams 68

BERNE, Ind. — Coldwater won nine of 12 events, posting wins in all three relays, Brianne Burrows in diving, Carlee Goodwin in the 200 individual medley, Rachel Wenning in the 50 yard freestyle, Carlee Goodwin in the 100 butterfly, Izzy Byer in the 100 freestyle and Heidi Bruns in the 100 breaststroke.

NWCC opening

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