Roundup: Ottawa-Glandorf girls, Wapakoneta boys win WBL swimming crowns

The Ottawa-Glandorf girls and Wapakoneta boys secured Western Buckeye League swimming championships Saturday.

O-G’s Marissa Beckett won the 200 IM and teamed up with Olivia Fenbert, Morgan Maag and Taylor Knott to finish first in the 200 freestyle relay.

Shawnee’s Addisyn Newman won the 50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke and was also on the first-place 200 medley relay team along with Morgan Schimmoeller, Ansley Newman, and Kayla Frost. Schimmoeller also won the 200 freestyle.

Kenton’s Riley Hunt (diving), Wapakoneta’s Katie Bauer (100 butterfly), Celina’s Brooklyn Bourne (100 freestyle), Van Wert’s Haley Chiles (500 freestyle) and Elida’s Arleigh Amspoker (100 backstroke) each won an event and Amspoker joined Avery Bowers, Ally Sharp and Vivian Elrod in winning the 400 freestyle relay.

Wapakoneta’s Alex Honigford won the 200 and 500 freestyles and was a member of the first-place 200 freestyle relay team with Gannon Casebolt, Julian Jordan and Owen Becker and 400 freestyle relay team with Aidan Schneider, Luke Wierwille and Casebolt. Becker, Ross Honigford, Schneider and Wierwille were first in 200 medley relay.

Wierwille (50 freestyle) and Becker (100 backstroke) also won individual events.

St. Marys’ Reese Triplett (200 IM) and Dylan Hertenstein (diving), Van Wert’s Jayden Welker (100 butterfly) and Sam Houg (100 freestyle) and Celina’s Jackson Newcomb (100 breaststroke) were among the individual event winners.

Cavalier Invitational

PORTLAND, Ind. — Versailles won the boys and girls team titles.

The Versailles boys finished with 169 points followed by New Bremen (91), Coldwater (89), Marion Local (53.5), Fort Recovery (49) and St. Henry (6.5).

The Versailles girls had 150 points followed by Fort Recovery (94.5), New Bremen (81), Coldwater (67.5), Minster (57), Marion Local (34) and St. Henry (33).

Boys basketball

St. Marys 92, Sidney 64

ST. MARYS — Austin Parks set a St. Marys single game scoring record with 45 points, breaking Dave Williams’ 1965 mark by two. Jace Turner had 24 points and Brayden Sullivan scored 15 also for the Roughriders.

Bath 40, Bryan 37

BATH TOWNSHIP — Cole Craddock had 16 points and Drake Craddock scored 13 for the host Wildcats.

Arlington 71,

Hardin Northern 36

DOLA — Landon Wetherill had eight points and Sean Kuhlman scored seven for Hardin Northern.

Kalida 52, Wayne Trace 51

KALIDA — The hosts outscored Wayne Trace 19-13 in the fourth quarter to earn the victory. Evan Stechschulte had 16 points and Drew Fersch and Ethan Warnecke each scored 10 for Kalida.

Elida 72, Van Buren 44

VAN BUREN — Tori Thomas had 15 points and Zori Island, A’Mari Wash and David Etxkorn each scored 10 for the visiting Bulldogs.

Pandora-Gilboa 58,

Bluffton 56

PANDORA — Aiden Harris had 25 points and Colin Harris scored 14 for P-G. Marek Donaldson (14), Carson Soper (13), Terron Boblitt (13) and Wade Ginther (11) each scored in double digits for Bluffton.

Continental 53,

Columbus Grove 49

CONTINENTAL — Konner Knipp-Williams (18), Rhenn Armey (12) and Mason Rayle (10) each scored in double digits for the host Pirates. Evan Sautter (17), Trenton Barraza (13) and Tadd Koch (10) each reached double digits for Grove in the Putnam County League encounter.

Ada 59, North Baltimore 30

ADA — Carter Conley had 19 points and Spencer Wall scored 16 for the Bulldogs.

Holgate 32, Fort Jennings 28

FORT JENNINGS — Justin Swick had 22 points and Ian Howbert scored seven for the host Musketeers.

Delphos St. John’s 60,

Lincolnview 42

MIDDLE POINT — Nolan Schwinnen had 13 points and Jack Gerker scored nine for DSJ. Austin Bockrath had 14 points and Kreston Tow scored 10 for Lincolnview.

Jackson Center 50, Minster 36

MINSTER — Kole Richard and Cole Albers each had 12 points for the host Wildcats.

New Bremen 56, Ridgemont 30

MT. VICTORY — Aaron Thieman had 21 points and Dylan Bambauer and Evan Eyink each scored six for New Bremen. Colton Bailey led Ridgemont with 13 points.

Cardington-Lincoln 38, Temple Christian 34

LIMA — Dawson Clay had 15 points and Landon Callahan scored 14 for Temple Christian.

Upper Scioto Valley 45, Coldwater 43

MCGUFFEY — Alex Sanders had 19 points and Maddox Underwood scored 12 for USV. Luke Schwieterman had 16 points and Marcel Blasingame scored 12 for Coldwater.

Girls basketball

Columbus Grove 58,

Arlington 16

COLUMBUS GROVE — Lauryn Auchmuty and Abby Stechschulte each had 12 points for Grove.

Hardin Northern 61

Riverside 39,

DOLA — Lainey Thomas (14), Emma Martin (14), Katie Good (14) and Bella Wilson (13) each scored in double digits for Hardin Northern. Annemarie Minter made a last-second shot to give Hardin Northern, which trailed 24-9 after three quarters, a 30-28 JV victory.

Minster 58,

Delphos St. John’s 28

MINSTER — Lilly Barhorst had 14 points and Brooke Clune scored nine for the host Wildcats. Emma Will led DSJ with 16 points.

Leipsic 39, Ottoville 33

OTTOVILLE — Marisa Hermiller had 13 points and Ava Henry scored nine for the visiting Vikings in a Putnam County League encounter. Skylar Turnwald led the Big Green with 14 points.

Kalida 73,

Pandora-Gilboa 14

PANDORA — Camille Hovest (16), Whitney Unverferth (11) and Livia Recker (10) each scored in double digits for the Wildcats. Maddie Rutschilling led P-G with six points.

Continental 44,

Paulding 40

PAULDING — Bryn Tegenkamp (13), Olivia Crossgrove (13) and Macie Cordes (10) each scored in double digits for the visiting Pirates.

Allen East 55, Perry 27

PERRY TOWNSHIP — Rilynn Jones had 18 points and Savana Brooks scored 14 for the Mustangs. Perry’s individual scoring was not reported by deadline.

Vanlue 60,

Waynesfield-Goshen 44

VANLUE — Raegan Hutchison had 17 points and Tatelyn Faraglia scored 10 for W-G.

Wayne Trace 42, Miller City 28

HAVILAND — Jordan Schnipke, Nicolette Inkrott and Grace Pfau each had six points for Miller City.

Ada 45

North Baltimore 33

ADA — Courtney Sumner had 17 points and Olivia Burkhart scored nine for the host Bulldogs.

Bath 38, St. Henry 31

BATH TOWNSHIP — Claire Foust had 14 points and Kiersten Sheridan scored nine for the host Wildkittens.

New Bremen 49,

Celina 25

NEW BREMEN — Marina Nelson had 19 points and Chloe Homan scored 12 for the Cardinals. Kyilla Billingsley had eight points and Amelia Lutz scored seven for the Bulldogs.

Carey 62, Kenton 57

CAREY — Sadie Larrabee had 27p and Olivia Nolting scored 17 for Kenton.


Sally George Invitational

MARION — Ada (45 points) finished 17th and Kenton (42) was 19th behind first-place Ontario (199) in the 24-team field.

Ada’s Clayton McClain (144 pounds) and Kenton’s Anthony Hunt (150) were second and third respectively in their weight classes.

Boys bowling

Shawnee 2,632, Van Wert 2,404

LIMA — Parker Larimore had the high game (252) and two-game series (419) for Shawnee at 20th Century Lanes. Tristan Blackmore and Nevin Pierce tied for the high game (177) and Hayden Davis had the high two-game series (332) for Van Wert.

Girls bowling

Van Wert 2,298, Shawnee 2,258

LIMA — Ryleigh Hanicq had the high game (211) and two-game series (379) for Van Wert at 20th Century Lanes. Olivia Miller had the high game (214) and series (405) for Shawnee.

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