Saturday, January 7 Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Pettisville 48, North Central 41
Scoring just 11 first half points cost the Eagles the BBC contest. Pettisville (6-4, 4-2) took a 20-11 lead into the break, then nearly matched a hot shooting North Central team in the second half by a 30-28 count to hold on for the win. Pettisville was led by Gabe Beck with 11 points while Detric Yoder and Dillon King added nine point apiece. Josh Roesener led North Central (2-10, 1-5) with 13 and Cody Tomblin added seven points.
Stryker 54, Edon 45
The Panthers (4-7, 3-3) used a 16-5 third quarter advantage to run past Edon (1-8, 1-5) in the BBC battle. The Panthers had two players in double figures as Luke Holsopple topped the scoring column with 16 points and and Kristian Grapengeter added 10 points. Braden Miller was Edon’s and the game’s leading scorer finishing with 22 points.
Otsego 53, Swanton 52
This game was close throughout as the Bulldogs clung to a 28-26 half-time lead but The Bulldogs ran to 28-26 first half lead but the Knights came back to lead after three 39-36. In the fourth and final quarter, despite 10 Gunnar Oakes points, Otsego threw the heartbreaking loss at the Bulldogs (3-7, 0-0). Swanton’s Gunnar Oakes stormed the baskets for 28 points including 12 second quarter points. Duyane Goings also finished in double figures with 11 points.
Ayersville 75, Montpelier 63
49 first-half points by the Pilots was too much for Montpelier to overcome in the non-conference contest. Despite the loss, Kolden Uribes and Michael Blake were up to their old tricks as Uribes finished as the game’s leading scorer with 24 points including three makes beyond the arc. Blake added 16 points. The Locomotives moved to 7-3 on the season.
Hilltop 58, Fayette 42
Tim Maneval continues to close in on the 1000-point barrier with a 29-point performance in the BBC win over Fayette. Maneval exploded with six shots from beyond the arc in the win. Ryan Brooker and Quinn Smith and 13 and 11 points respectively to join Maneval in double figures as Hilltop improved to 9-1 and 6-0. Fayette (5-6, 3-3) led through three quarters but fell flat in the final quarter as they were outscored 21-3. Travis Wagner led the Eagles with 12 point all coming from three-point land.
Bryan 60, Tinora 33
The Golden Bears broke out to a 14-4 first quarter lead as they rolled to the non-league win over the Rams. Bryan () got the typical production from their three-headed monster as they were led by Jaden Valderas with 12 and 11 apiece from Peyton Lamberson and Colt Arthur. The Golden Bears improved to 7-4 on the season.
Wauseon 58, Anthony Wayne 33
The Indians improved to 8-1 on the season with the lopsided non-league win. 10 Indians finished in the scoring column led by their big man Austin Rotroff with 13 points. Brooks Gype added 12 points and Carter Bzovi finished with 10. The Indians open up NWOAL play Thursday as they will be traveling to Delta to take on the Panthers.
Archbold 53, Fairview 39
27 of the Bluestreaks points came from three-point land in their lopsided non-league win over the Apaches. Rigo Ramos led the charge with 14 points including two three point bombs. All of Kaiden Bedsole’s points came from beyond the arc as he finished with 12 points and Bryce Williams made one three-pointer and finished with 11 points. The Streaks improve to 7-2 and will open NWOAL play Thursday night hosting the Swanton Bulldogs.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Pettisville 23, North Central 19
The Blackbirds, behind the strength of four three-pointers pulled out the four-point BBC victory. Noah Rocha hit three of those tres for his team high nine-point finish. North Central was led by Levi Williams’ seven points.
Stryker 43, Edon 35
The difference in this game was at the foul line where Stryker won the battle hitting on 19-26 free throws compared to the Bombers who hit on 12-26 free throws. Tatum Schaffter led the Edon and the game with 23 points with 10 of his points at the charity stripe. Logan Boetz led the winners with 16 points. 14 of his points also came at the foul line.
BOYS FRESHMEN BASKETBALL
North Central 31, Pettisville 23
A 12-0 third quarter run ignited an Eagles victory in the BBC match up. Three players led North Central with seven points apiece including Zayde VanAuken, Alex Lehsten and Manny Cruz. The Blackbirds high scorer, Issac Reynolds, scored six of his eight points in the final period on two three-point makes.
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL
Delta 50, Ottawa Hills 33
The Panther defense held Ottawa Hills to two second quarter points on way to their 17-point non-league win. Abby Freeman and Maddie Mattimore were on point as Delta’s top scorers during the game as Freeman led with 16 and Mattimore added 15 points in the win.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL
Montpelier 23, Stryker 15
7th grade – The Locomotives led 17-11 at the half then held on for the win. Page from Montpelier was the game’s leading scorer with 12 points. Haylee Fulk led Stryker with four points.
Pettisville 19, Fayette 14
7th grade – The Blackbirds improved to 7-2 and 6-0 in the BBC. Pettisville used a 14-7 advantage in the second half to help them to their seventh win. Addison Moyer led Pettisville with 7 points while Karsen Pursel added six points. Leininger led Fayette with seven points.
Fayette 44, Pettisville 20
8th grade – The Eagles were paced by Fruchey’s 17 points and Robinson’s 14 points as they outscored the Blackbirds 23-7 in the second half of action. Elise Hartzler led Pettisville with eight points and Ellie Wixom with six point.
The Wauseon Indians finished first at the 24-team Perrysburg Invitational Tournament. The following are the names of the Wauseon wrestlers and their place finishes at the tournament: 106 lbs: Gavin Ritter 4th place (4-2 record); 113 lbs: McKayla Campbell 7th place (3-2 record); 120 lbs: Alex Slattman 2nd place (3-1 record); 132 lbs: Maurico Barajas CHAMPION (4-0 record); 152 lbs: Xavier Torres 3rd place (6-1 record); 160 lbs: Andrew Bailey 2nd place (3-1 record); 170 lbs: Trent Davis 7th place (3-2 record); 182 lbs: Aaron Harris 4th place (2-2 record); 195 lbs: Tony Banister 2nd place (3-1 record); 285 lbs: Alex Sosa 6th place (3-3 record).
North Central 31, Pettisville 23
The Blackbirds held a 14-9 advantage at the half, but a 12-0 run by the Eagles in the third quarter helped them grab the BBC win. Isaac Reynolds led Pettisville with eight points.
VARSITY BOYS and GIRLS SWIM and DIVE
Wauseon and Bryan competed at the 7th annual Subway Invitational in Oak Harbor on January 7. In the girls meet, the Indians scored 202 points finishing second in the 15 team field. Bryan was 13th with 13 total points.
200 Freestyle: McKenzie Darnell 2:01.83; 200 Freestyle: Nicholas Dilworth 1:48.40; 200 IM: 3.) Ryan Scherer 2:12.56; 50 Freestyle: Brenden Arredondo: 7.) 24.13; 1 Meter Diving: 3.) Patience Bachman 351.95; 7.) Megan Carroll 271.25,: 11.) Audry Lane 233.50; 1 Meter Diving: 2.) Tony Schweinhagen 292.05; 100 Butterfly: 3.) Sydney Darnell 1:01.53; 100 Freestyle: 2.) McKenzie Darnell 56.63; 6.) Alexys Carteaux 1:00.87; 100 Freestyle: 8.) Branden Arredondo 52.96; 12.) Lucas Rupp (archbold) 56.93; 500 Freestyle: Brooke Schuette 5:28.58; Kate Precht 5.) 5:56.46.
500 Freestyle: Nicholas Dilworth 4:56.17; 2.) Austin Schuette 5:00.46; 7.) Lukas Dominque 5:26.29; 10.) Kyle Vernot 5:39.16; 200 Freestyle Relay: (Alexys Carteaux, Brooke Schuette, Sydney Darnell, McKenzie Darnell) 1:45.91; 200 Freestyle Relay: 3.) (Branden Arredondo, Austin Schuette, Nicholas Dilworth, Ryan Scherer) 1:35.48; 100 Breaststroke: 4.) Ryan Scherer 1:08.29.
400 Freestyle Relay: 2.) (Branden Arredondo, Austin Schuette, Ryan Scherer, Nicholas Dilworth) 3:26.98; 400 Freestyle Relay 2.) (Alexys Carteaux, Brooke Schuette, McKenzie Darnell, Sydney Darnell) 3:50.23.
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