Roundup: Lima Senior defeats Clay in girls hoops


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OREGON — Amiyah Colemen had 20 points and Anya James scored 13 and finished with eight rebounds for Lima Senior (1-12, 1-6 Three Rivers Athletic Conference) in a 47-31 girls high school basketball victory Thursday night against Clay (1-11, 1-7 TRAC). Teammate Tillie Nelson contributed 17 rebounds.

New Knoxville 56,

Delphos St. John’s 23

NEW KNOXVILLE — Haley Fledderjohann had 19 points and Avery Henschen scored 14 for the Rangers (15-1, 6-0 Midwest Athletic Conference). Emma Will had 16 points for DSJ (2-15, 1-4 MAC).

Hardin Northern 43,

Upper Scioto Valley 27

MCGUFFEY — Bella Wilson (17), Emma Martin (12) and Katie Good (10) each scored in double digits and Lola Duncan had nine rebounds for the Polar Bears (3-12, 1-3 NWCC). Nevaeh Lowery had nine points for USV (0-16, 0-3 NWCC).

Bluffton 60,

Lincolnview 50

BLUFFTON — Kylie Monday (19), Riley Eachus (13), Sami Scoles (10) and Ayla Grandey (10) each scored double digits for the Pirates (13-4, 3-2 Northwest Conference). Addysen Stevens had 12 points and Zadria King scored 11 for the Lancers (5-11, 1-4 NWC).

New Bremen 47,

Parkway 34

NEW BREMEN — Lily Lennartz had 14 points and Kaylee Freund scored nine for the host Cardinals (10-5, 5-1 MAC). Gabrielle Stober had 19 points and Allison Hughes scored eight for the Panthers (9-5, 3-3 MAC).

Perry 39,

Ridgemont 29

PERRY TOWNSHIP — Mi’auni Hall and Tyanah Gordon each had 10 points for the host Commodores (4-11, 3-1 NWCC). Brooke Nelson had 15 points and Callie Cromer scored nine for Golden Gophers (3-12, 0-3 NWCC).

Ottawa-Glandorf 53,

Van Wert 40

VAN WERT — Erin Kaufman had 24 points and Katie Kaufman scored 10 for O-G (11-4, 6-0 WBL). Sofi Houg had 17 points and Kyra Welch scored 10 for the Cougars (9-6, 3-3 WBL).

Wapakoneta 46,

Kenton 36

WAPAKONETA — Addy Allen had 12 points and Nikane Ambos scored eight for the host Redskins (8-9, 2-4 Western Buckeye League). Ali Harpel and Macee Heckathorn each had seven points for Kenton (5-10, 0-6 WBL).

Columbus Grove 61,

Spencerville 27

COLUMBUS GROVE — Jaylen Sautter had 23 points and Lauryn Auchmuty scored 14 for Grove. Heidi Keller had nine points and Lilyan Goecke scored five for the Bearcats.

Arlington 50, Pandora-Gilboa 38

ARLINGTON — Lacie Fenstermaker had 21 points for P-G (7-8, 2-4 Blanchard Valley Conference).

Bath 40, Celina 21

BATH TOWNSHIP — Ava Craddock had 12 points and Elena Oliver scored 11 for the Wildkittens (11-4, 4-2 WBL). Kate Braun and Payton Bertke each had six points for the Bulldogs (3-11, 1-5 WBL).

Ottoville 66, Fort Jennings 29

OTTOVILLE — Carly Thorbahn had 19 points and Isabelle Furley scored 13 for the Big Green (8-9, 4-2 Putnam County League). Maggie Pothast had 14 points and Abby Koester scored five for the Musketeers (2-13, 0-4 PCL).

Waynesfield-Goshen 38, Calvary Christian 26

WAYNESFIELD — Taylor Spencer had 10 poitns and Chloe Baumgardner scored eight for W-G.

Wrestling

St. Marys 80, Shawnee 0

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Tyler Hisey (120), Trevor Hisey (126), Bronson Hertenstein (132), Quincy Tracy (138), Isaac Torsell (144), Garrett Donovan (165), Carter Sharpe (215) and Braden Saeler (285) all recorded pins.

Jace Schaefer (190) won with a technical fall and Keegan Sharpe (150) won by decision.

Boys bowling

Coldwater 2,973,

Celina 2,727

COLDWATER — Austin Burden had the high game (264) and Hayden Beougher had the high two-game series (401) for Coldwater at Pla-Mor Lanes. Britt Hole had the high game (223) and series (430) for Celina.

Wapakoneta 2,694,

Kenton 2,529

KENTON — Devin Hastings had the high game (204) and two-game series (377) for Kenton.

Girls bowling

Coldwater 2,661,

Celina 2,273

COLDWATER — Jasmine Schulze had the high game (237) and two-game series (414) for Coldwater at Pla-Mor Lanes. Ashtyn Huber tied for Emma Whistler for the high game (176) and had the high series (345) for Celina.

Lima City Schools

Hall inductions

LIMA — The next inductions into the Lima City Schools Athletic Hall of Fame will be held Feb. 19 with tickets to the event on sale online at limaspartannation.org/tickets. The last day to purchase tickets is Feb. 2.

The Lima City Schools Athletic Hall of Fame honors teams, athletes, coaches and contributors from Lima Senior High School, Central High School and South High School. A Legacy Award is also presented.

This will be the fourth class to be inducted, with a new class coming every year. The Athletic Office accepted nominations this summer and a selection committee recently made its decision.

Here are members of the new induction class:

Athletes: Ricky George, Robert Harris, Lisa D. Morris Horton, Dana Houston, Gary LaRue, Andre Reed, Kathleen Taylor, Carlton Thomas and Will Thomas

Coaches: Roger Doty and Ralph Bennett

Teams: 1961 Lima Senior baseball, 1962 Lima Senior baseball and 1982 Lima Senior boys basketball

Contributors: Jerry Jones, Sam and Mike Caprella and the Fisher family

Legacy: The Daniel family

Inductees will first be recognized during halftime of the Friday, Feb. 18, home basketball game. Tipoff of the varsity game is at 7:30 p.m.

The Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held Saturday, Feb. 19, at the UNOH Event Center, 1450 N. Cable Road. A meet and greet with inductees will begin at 5 p.m., with dinner starting at 6 p.m. The program will begin at 7 p.m.

Tickets for the event are $40 and can be purchased online at limaspartannation.org/tickets. A table of eight can be reserved for $320, and a table of 12 for $480.

Tickets are only available online and the last day to purchase tickets is Feb. 2.

For further information call 419-996-3050.

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Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.

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