PERRY TOWNSHIP — Bath outscored Perry 29-23 in the second half. for a 54-48 boys high school basketball victory Tuesday night. Carter Parlapiano had 20 points and Jonah Wauben scored nine for the Wildcats (7-8). Will Knight had 15 points and Bubby Knight scored 10 for the host Commodores (12-3).
Lima Senior 69, Clay 51
OREGON — Lima Senior improved to 9-1 on the season with the victory against Three Rivers Athletic Conference foe Clay.
Khalil Luster (15), Anthony Mosely (12) and Jareon Mayo (11) each scored in double digits for Lima Senior.
LCC 74, Wapakoneta 71 (OT)
WAPAKONETA — Lima Central Catholic outscored the hosts 18-12 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.
Rossy Moore (20), Evan Unruh (18) and DeMarr Foster (15) for LCC. Noah Ambos (22), Kaden Siefring (20) and Garret Siefring (13) were double digit scorers for Wapak.
Bluffton 79, McComb 55
BLUFFTON — The host Pirates built a 20-12 first quarter lead that grew to 43-23 at halftime.
Trey Boblitt (21), Nic Essinger (16) and Trenton Donley (14) each scored in double digits for Bluffton (6-8).
Wayne Trace 54,
CONTINENTAL — Mitchell Coleman had 19 points and Gavin Huff scored nine for the host Pirates (6-10).
Fort Jennings 34
AYERSVILLE — Nick Trentman had 13 points and Evan Hoersten scored 11 for the visiting Musketeers (3-9).
PANDORA — After trailing 19-17 at halftime, P-G outscored W-G 15-10 in the third period and 19-7 in the final period.
Lacie Fenstermaker had 21 points and Makayla Kinsinger scored 12 for the host Rockets (2-13). Rylie Barrington had 10 points and Taylor Spencer scored 10 for Waynesfield-Goshen (5-11).
Spencerville 39, Kalida 37
Emma Leis had 15 points and Lilyan Goecke scored nine for Spencerville, which outscored the Wildcats 17-8 in the fourth quarter. Grace Klausing had 21 ponts and Brooke Vennekotter scored eight for Kalida.
Ada 55, Upper Scioto Valley 34
ADA — Courtney Sumner (22), Miranda Wills (12) and Kirsten Poling (10) each scored in double digits for the Bulldogs (2-12). Kennedy Hall had eight points and Patiance Cole scored seven for USV (1-14).
Lincolnview 62, Delphos St. John’s 47
DELPHOS — Makayla Jackman (18), Zadria King (16) and Kendall Bollenbacher (10) each scored in double digits for the visiting Lancers (6-11). Melanie Koenig had 18 points and Paige Gaynier scored 13 for DSJ (7-6).
New Bremen 53, Coldwater 48
NEW BREMEN — Kaylee Freund had 18 points and madison Cordonnier scored eight for the host Cardinals (8-8, 4-2 Midwest Athletic Conference). Riley Rismiller had 22 points and Annelise Harlamert scored 11 for the Cavaliers (6-8, 2-3 MAC).
North Baltimore 51, Hardin Northern 27
NORTH BALTIMORE — Maddie Grappy had nine points and Eris McCoy and Bella Wilson each scored six for Hardin Northern (4-10).
Wayne Trace 42, St. Henry 28
ST. HENRY — Miranda Siefring had seven points and Lydia Werling scored six for the 1-12 hosts.
Minster 55, St. Marys 44
ST. MARYS — Ella Mescher had 11 points and Ivy Wolf scored 10 for the visiting Wildcats (15-1). Kendall Dieringer (16), Laney Menker (11) and Noey Ruane (10) each scored in double digits for the Roughriders (13-4).
Celina 2,577, Defiance 2,399
CELINA — Kaleb Fishbaugh had the high game (216) and two-game series (417) for Celina at Plaza Lanes.
Celina 2,377, Defiance 1.759
CELINA — Audree Gray had the high game (195) and Madison Harden had the high two-game series (364) for Celina at Plaza Lanes.
Schmidt sets mark
at strongman event
Steve Schmidt, owner of Savage Barbell Gym in Columbus Grove, reclaimed his title of World’s Best Block presser during Saturday’s Mammoth Strength Challenge V in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Schmidt held the title for four years with the weight of 355. On Saturday, Schmidt, along with two others, went for a 360.4 pound lift. Each received three turns to get the lift complete with Schmidt being the only one of the three to succeed. He then went on to raise the world record weight to 370.6 pounds.
Gage Hovest of Pandora, a three-time teen national champion, competing in open class for the first time, had a 600 pound deadlift. He currently holds the teen world record for block press.
Columbus Grove’s Josi Payne, competing in her first strongman event, placed third overall in the women’s novice class.
Track & field
LCC varsity coach
LIMA — Lima Central Catholic High School has hired Mykale Rogers as the school’s varsity coach.
Rogers, a 2014 LCC graduate, has recently served as an assistant football coach at the school, which he will continue. Rogers was won six state championships, including three straight in the long jump from 2012-2014, and was a member of the 2014 Division III track and field state championship team.
LCC is seeking qualified candidates to assist with the high school and junior high track programs. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director John Schnieders at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.