Saturday, December 17 Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY SWIM and DIVE
Wauseon 76, Defiance 21
Wauseon 85, Ayersville 5
The Indians start the meet with a second place finish in the 200 Medley Relay as the team of James Hutchison, Lucas Blanchong, Mac Warncke and Seth Hutchison covered the distance in 2:02.48. Nicholas Dilworth added victories in the 200 Freestyle with a time of 1:49.95 and was a winner in the 100 Breaststroke in 1:16.30. Christian Suarez placed in multiple events for the Indians as he finished third in the 50 Freestyle in 26.01 and first in the 100 Freestyle in 57.11. Suarez swam the third leg of the 200 Freestyle relay and along with Mac Warncke, Seth Hutchison and Ryan Scherer won the event in 1:40.34. Scherer also competed in the 400 Freestyle Relay with Kyle Vernot, Lucas Blanchong and Branden Arredondo as the quartet won the event in 3:43.85. Scherer was an earlier winner in the 200 IM in 2:17.34. Austin Schuette swam to a first place finish in the 500 Freestyle in 5:12.32. James Hutchison was a winner in the 100 Backstroke in 1:15.71 while team mate Justin Freestone finished second in 1:24.13. Tony Schweinhagen took top spot in the 1 meter Diving competition with a final score of 173.90.
GIRLS VARSITY SWIM and DIVE
Wauseon 70, Defiance 32
Wauseon 82, Ayersville 7
Marin Martin, Maggie Roelfsema, Daisy Giguere and Kate Precht took a second place finish n the 200 Medley Relay in 2:21.45 to start the meet. Alyssa Russell swam second in the 200 Freestyle in 2:46.48. McKenzie Darnell won her specialty in the 200 IM with a time of 2:24.40 followed by team mate Maggie Roelfsema with a time of 2:57.46. Sydney Darnell and Brooke Schuette finished one-two in the 50 Freestyle. Darnell won the event in 26.15 and Schuette recorded a time of 27.37 for second. After the diving competition, Sydney Darnell added a second win in the 100 Butterfly in 1:01.86. Then it was sister McKenzie Darnell with her second win in the 100 Freestyle in 57.48. Daisy Giguere swam second to Darnell in 1:06.84. Schuette came back in the 500 Freestyle to claim victory in 5:37.72. The team of Alexis Meyer, Brooke Schuette, McKenzie Darnell and Sydney Darnell swam to victory in the 200 Freestyle Relay in 1:48.27. Meyer added a win in the 100 Backstroke as the senior swam the distance in 1:13.61. Megan Carroll and Maggie Roelfsema then finished second and third in the 100 Breaststroke with times of 1:25.29 and 1:25.56 respectively. In the meet’s final event the Darnell sisters teams up with Schuette and Meyer to swim to victory in the 400 Freestyle Relay in 4:01.82. In the Diving competition senior Patience Bachman dove to a first place finish with a point total of 174.85. Kennedy Nation and Megan Carroll finished second and third with totals of 162.60 and 130.30 respectively.
HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING
Wauseon, competing in the Fricker’s Dual Meet Tournament at Defiance College, finished 8-2. The field was deep and competitive at the tournament. The Indians finished 5-0 on the first of the two-day tournament. The Indians lost three wrestlers for day two. One to illness and two to injury that took some wind out of their sails. The Indians were led by Gavin Ritter and Sandro Ramirez who finished the tournament 10-0. Ramirez gained his 100th career victory during the competition. Andrew Bailey finished 9-1 for Wauseon while Mauricio Barajas finished 7-1. Finishing 8-2 for the Indians were Tony Banister, Hunter Yackee, Alex Sosa and Aaron Harris. Jarrett Bischoff finished the tournament 7-3.
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Swanton 63, North Central 47
The Bulldogs exploded for 21 first-quarter points on way to their non-league win over the Eagles. North Central had a hard time stopping the Bulldogs’ Gunnar Oakes as the 6’4” senior led the game with 22 points. Duyane Goings with 12 points and Zach Dziengelewski also scored in double figures for Swanton with 12 and 10 points respectively. Josh Roesener led North Central with 18 points while Cody Tomblin added 11 points.
Archbold 46, Holgate 28
The game’s first half was close as the teams went to their locker rooms with the Bluestreaks holding onto an 18-17 advantage. The adjustments were made, and Archbold won the game behind the strength of a 28-11 second half advantage. Bryce Williams led the Bluestreaks with 18 points in the win.
Wauseon 68, Napoleon 64
In the game of the night in the area, the Indians and Wildcats battled right up to the final buzzer with Wauseon claiming the non-league win. It was a Junior led Indians team prevailing as Brooks Gype and Austin Rotroff combined for 45 points. Gype led with 23 points while Rotroff, still coming back from a knee injury added 22 points.
Bryan 56, Defiance 52
The Bulldogs and Golden Bears were both scoreless in the second quarter as Defiance took a 22-11 lead at the break. After the game ended 45-45 the two team went into overtime that ended with the Golden Bears winning the session 11-7 to grab the non-league victory. The Golden Bears finished with three players in double figures led by Peyton Lamberson with 21 points. Zhane Cupp and Jaden Valderas added 14 points and 13 points respectively.
Fairview 48, Fayette 42
After scoring just 14 points in the first three quarters, the Eagles came to life with 28 fourth-quarter points but it was not enough in the non-conference defeat. Trey Keefer led Fayette with 16 points. 14 of those points came in the final eight minutes. Clayton Pheils added 12 points with four three-point buckets.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Swanton 47, North Central 32
The Bulldogs outscored the Eagles 28-11 during the second and third quarters to claim a non-league victory. Jared Wilson led Swanton with 13 points while Jacob Arnold added 10 points. The Eagles were led by Levi Williams and Jack Bailey who each scored 11 points.
Fairview 27, Fayette 16
The Eagles had a hard time generating offense in the non-conference loss. Nine of their 16 points came in the second quarter as Porter Mcginn scored all of his six points with two three-point shots that led Fayette in scoring.
Pettisville 38, Hilltop 33
The Blackbirds improved to 4-2 with the BBC win over the Cadets. Mitchell Avina had the hot hand for Pettisville finishing with 15 points.
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Stryker 43, North Central 24
8th grade- The Panthers improved to 4-4 and 3-0 in the BBC with the victory. Nine Panthers added their names to the scoring column led by Kaleb Holsopple who led with 10 points. Roman Sutton matched Holsopple’s output of 10 points for then Eagles.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Fairview 65, Fayette 40
A 19-4 fourth quarter in favor of the Apaches was the back breaker for the Eagles in this non-conference clash. Jennaya Hibbard scored almost half of her team’s points leading the Eagles with 18 points.
Defiance 67, Bryan 38
The Lady Golden Bears fell victim to the Lady Bulldogs in this non-league contest. Bryan had two players in double figures led by Kennedy Lamberson with 11 points and Allye Minor with 10 points.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
North Central 29, Stryker 18
7th grade – The Eagles never trailed as they broke out to a 10-2 first quarter lead that proved to be the difference. Madison Brown led North Central with 18 points while Brianna Breier led Stryker with nine points.
North Central 42, Stryker 12
8th grade – The Eagles had seven players in the scoring column as they ran away from the Panthers in the BBC match up. Makayla Meyers led North Central with 13 points. Kinsey Myers was the high point scorer for Styrker with nine points.