Friday, January 13 Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
North Central 88, Waldren 26
11 Eagles finished with points in this lopsided non conference win. The first quarter ended with North Central in control 15-5. By the end of the first half the knock out punch had come as the two teams went to the locker rooms with the Eagles flying high 43-20. North Central finished with three players in double figures led by Josh Roesener with 15 points. Joining Roesener were Steven Williams and Cody Tomblin with 12 points apiece.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY
North Central 62, Waldren (M() 8
The Eagles soared in the non conference demolition. Nine players found themselves in the scoring column led by Jack Bailey’s 12 points. Walden could muster just one basket in each quarter.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Hilltop 35, Edon 34
The statistics were as even as the score indicated in the BBC match up. Felicity Jackson and Aubrey Wyse paced the Cadets (5-9, 5-3) with 13 and 12 points respectively. Eliza Zulch led the Bombers (1-12, 1-7) with 10 points.
Stryker 42, Montpelier 15
Stryker (12-1, 8-0) opened up a 13-4 lead after the first quarter of play enroute to their 12th win of the season and eighth straight in BBC play. Taylor Haines guided the Panthers with 12 points as seven other Stryker team mates made the scoring column. The Locomotives paid the price as they struggled offensively in the first half scoring just nine points. Mckenna Quaderer led the Locomotives (4-8, 2-5) with eight points.
Pettisville 40, Fayette 27
Pettisville improved to 11-2 and 7-1 in league play with the win over Fayette. The Blackbirds had a comfortable 27-12 lead at the break as Fayette remained winless falling to 0-14. Alexa Leppelmeier led Pettisville with 13 points while Kaitlyn Brubaker had seven to lead Fayette.
Delta 49, Wauseon 46 (2OT)
After the regulation ended in a 38-38 the NWOAL game was sent into overtime. The two teams battled to a second tie at the end of the first overtime. During the second overtime, one basket by Delta’s Maddie Mattimore proved to be the game winner. Mattimore finished with 16 points matching team mate Abby Freeman’s output with 16 points. Wauseon, though battling fell to their 11th straight loss. Brianna Castellano led the Indians with 16 points and Rylee Campbell added 10 points.
Archbold 58, Swanton 48
The Bluestreaks remained unbeaten in 13 games with the 10-point NWOAL victory. A 19-8 run during second quarter action helped the Archbold to the win. Three Streaks scored in double figures led by Morgan Miller’s 16 points. Kamryn Hostetler added 15 and Kierstyn Repp finished with 11 points. Swanton (8-5, 1-1) was led by Sidney Taylor’s 15 points and Cydney Christensen with 12.
GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Edon 40, Hilltop 18
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Stryker 27, Montpelier 16
Kalista Blevins poured in 18 of her team’s 27 points as the Panthers were winners in the BBC match up. Trinity Nichols led Montpelier with seven points.
Delta 36, Wauseon 32
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BOYS VARSITY BOWLING
Bryan 2724, Wauseon 2069
Tycen Ogden was on the mark as the Golden Bears’ bowler rolled games of 241 and 242 to lead his team to the big NWOAL win over the Indians. Ogden’s 483 two-game series was accompanied by Cory Hemenway’s 431 series and Griffin Dean’s 424 series. Wauseon was led by Nicolas Kearney who rolled a series of 423 including games of 207 and 216. Chance Buehrer finished in second for Wauseon with a 371 series including games of 169 and 202.
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