Thursday, December 22 Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Evergreen 47, Stryker 36
The Vikings won the non-league game as they led from the opening tip. Evergreen held a 24-18 advantage at the break on way to the win. The balanced scoring for the Vikings included 11 points from Chandler Lumbrezer, Mason Loeffler with nine, Brighton had eight and the duo of Bryce Hudik and Phoenix VanOstrand each had six. The Panthers were led by the game’s top scorer Chase Glock with 13 points while Hayden Clingaman added nine.
Ottawa Hills 42, Swanton 41
The Bulldogs’ home opener was spoiled with a one-point loss to Ottawa Hills. Holding a five-point advantage heading into the final eight minutes, Ottawa Hills outscored Swanton 15-9 in the final quarter to squeak out the win. Gunnar Oakes led the Bulldogs with 17 points while Duyane Goings, Nick Koback, Randy Slink and Zach Dziengelewski all contributed with six points apiece.
Ottawa Glandorf 68, Bryan 59
The Titans exploded for 42 first-half points as they held off a second half run by the Golden Bears for the win. Jaden Vaderas and Zhane Cupp led Bryan with 21 and 18 points respectively.
Wauseon 54, Sylvania Southview 41
The Indians took control of the contest with a 20-12 third quarter as they were victorious in the non-league contest. Carter Bzovi scored all of his 22 points in the first three quarters to pace Wauseon. Austin Rotroff, rounding back into form, dominated close to the basket with 17 points including two dunks.
Fairview 60, North Central 41
After falling behind 29-13 at the break, the Eagles were unable to make up the difference down the stretch in the non-conference defeat. Nick Henry led North Central with 10 points while Cody Tomblin added nine.
Fayette 42, Morenci (MI) 31
The Eagles got an early Christmas present with the 11 points win over their visitors from the north. Clayton Pheils led all scorers with 19 points.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Evergreen 49, Stryker 29
The Vikings finished with three players in double figures as they dominated in the non-league contest. Nick Beemer and Jack Etue finished with 11 points apiece and Derek Poore added 10 points. Logan Boetz led Stryker with 10 points.
Fayette 39, Morenci (MI) 27
After jumping out to an 18-5 first quarter score, Fayette dominated in the first contest of the evening as they were 11 points better than Morenci. Noah Brinegar led all scorers with 19 points for the Eagles.
Fairview 42, North Central 25
Fairview’s 10-0 run in the second quarter led them to the non-conference win. Jack Bailey scored six of his ten points in the third period to lead the Eagles in the scoring column.
BOYS FRESHMEN BASKETBALL
Fairview 35, North Central 34
Despite a 14-5 fourth quarter, the Eagles dropped a heartbreaker in the non-conference game. Landon Patten led North Central with 14 points while Zayde VanAuken finished with nine points.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Antwerp 52, Edon 43
The Bombers lost ground in the third quarter after sticking with Antwerp with a 33-31 deficit at the half. Antwerp’s 19-12 advantage during second half play was the difference. Shayln Mason and Hannah Fogel led the Bombers with 12 and 11 points respectively.
Hamilton (IN) 36, Montpelier 33
Hanna Bumb scored all of her team high 12 points in the fourth quarter, but it was too little too late as the Locomotives dropped the non-conference contest. Mckenna Quaderer added seven points.
Archbold 58, Pettisville 38
The Bluestreaks improved to 9-0 with the 20-point win during the non-league contest. Archbold had three players finish in double figures as Morgan Miller led the way with 12 points while Kamryn Hostetler and Andi Peterson had 10 points apiece. The games high scorer represented the Blackbirds as Morgan Leppelmeier poured in 19 points.
GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Archbold 42, Pettisville 21
No games stats were submitted.
Bryan 45, Patrick Henry 28
106: Dakota Minck (B) over (PH) (For.) 113: Gabe Mendez (B) over (PH) (For.) 120: Double Forfeit 126: Jacob Colbart (B) over Corey Hatcher (PH) (Fall 5:05) 132: Brock Gerken (PH) over
Bryant Horne (B) (Fall 3:11) 138: Derek Combs (PH) over Isaiah Hale (B) (Fall 1:57) 145: Jacob Fenter (B) over Josafat Hinojosa (PH) (TB-1 5-4) 152: Corbin Marr (B) over (PH) (For.) 160:
Kaleb Bremer (PH) over (B) (For.) 170: Andrew Allen (B) over (PH) (For.) 182: Brandon Kreischer (B) over Kaleb Bremer (PH) (Fall 6:45) 195: Will Marrow (PH) over Eion Moor (B) (MD 11-3)
220: Kent Petersen (PH) over Carter Hoffman (B) (Fall 1:01) 285: Jamin Santiago (B) over (PH) (For.)
Evergreen 39, Bryan 27
106: Jared Fahrer (E) over Dakota Minck (B) (Fall 1:25) 113: Gabe Mendez (B) over (E) (For.) 120: Double Forfeit 126: Travis Mersing (E) over Jacob Colbart (B) (TF 16-0 2:00) 132: Bryant Horne (B) over (EVER) (For.) 138: Tony Boger (E) over Isaiah Hale (B) (Fall 2:21) 145: Jacob Fenter (B) over Corey Patterson (E) (Dec 8-4) 152: Sergio Reyna (E) over Corbin Marr (B) (Fall 1:29) 160: Double Forfeit 170: Isaac Yunker (E) over Andrew Allen (B) (Fall 5:13) 182: Trey Malosh (E) over Brandon Kreischer (B) (MD 12-4) 195: Connor Ford (B) over (E) (For.) 220: Carter Hoffman (B) over (EVER) (For.) 285: Nate Krohn (E) over Payne Frank (B) (Fall 2:00)
BOY VARSITY SWIM and DIVE
Wauseon 117, Napoleon 65
From the first horn, the Indians swam away from the Wildcats for the win. The first event, the 200 Medley Relay saw Wauseon’s foursome of Nicholas Dilworth, Ryan Scherer, Mac Warncke and Branden Arredondo finish first in 1:51.82. Dilworth grabbed a win in the next event, the 200 Freestyle, swimming the distance in 1:53.15. Dilworth’s team mate Austin Schuette was second in 1:56.91. Scherer followed up his leg of the relay win with a victory in the 200 IM in 2:13.54. Arredondo got his second win in the 50 Freestyle winning the sprint in 24.62. Diving was next and saw Tony Schweinhagen finishing sandwiched between two Napoleon divers in second place with a point total of 182.05. As the swimming continued, Mac Warncke and Cam Sauber finished second and third in the 100 Butterfly with times of 1:04.49 and 1:16.95 respectively. Arredondo got his third win in the 100 Freestyle swimming a 54.06 and team mate Seth Hutchison was third in 57.73. Schuette won his specialty, the 500 freestyle in 5:10.48 outdistancing the second place time by 14 seconds. In the 200 Freestyle Relay the team of Christian Suarez, Warncke, Hutchison and Schuette won the event in 1:40.60. Dilworth was back in the water to capture the 100 Backstroke in 58.62. James Hutchison swam third in 1:14.71. In the 100 Breaststroke Scherer and Lucas Blanchong finished took the top two spots in 1:09.57 and 1:15.89. In the final event, the 400 Freestyle Relay Wauseon’s A and B teams finished first and second. The team of Kyle Vernot, Lukas Dominque. Schuette and Dilworth swam the distance in 3:42.90, while the B team of Kyle Zirkle. Seth Hutchison. Scherer and Arrendondo were second in 3:42.99.
GIRLS VARSITY SWIM and DIVE
Napoleon 108, Wauseon 77
The Indians fell behind during the first event, the 200 IM Relay, as they finished third with the team of sophomore Alyssa Russell, and freshmen Maggie Roelfsema, Daisy Giguere and Keyarra Gorsuch. The young quartet swam the race in 2:29.13. McKenzie Darnell and Brooke Schuette swam to a second and third place finish in the 200 Freestyle. Darnell finished in 2:03.72 while Schuette swam the distance in 2:07.31. Sydney Darnell got Wauseon’s first win in the 200 IM with a time of 2:18.01 and Alexys Carteaux was third in 2:31.85. Kate Precht and Giguere were fourth and fifth in the 50 Freestyle. The two sprinters finished in 28.69 and 30.09. Wauseon took three out of the top four spots in the diving portion of the meet. Patience Bachman grabbed the win with a point total of 184.30. Two freshmen, Kennedy Nation and Megan Carroll were third and fourth with point totals of 153.00 and 137.75. Sydney Darnell captured her second win in the 100 Butterfly with a time of 1:01.78. McKenzie Darnell and Carteaux finished first and third in the 100 Freestyle with times of 57.47 and 59.90. Schuette held off her competition in the 500 Freestyle and touched the wall first in 5:24.40. Wauseon got their second straight win in with a first in the 200 Freestyle Relay with a time of 1:45.28. Swimming for the Indians included: Carteaux, Schuette, McKenzie Darnell and Sydney Darnell. The Indians took the fourth and fifth spots in the 100 Backstroke as Marin Miller and Alyssa Russell swam the event in 1:24.25 and 1:32.38 respectively. Grabbing fourth and fifth spots in the 100 Breaststroke were Roelfsema and Carroll with times of 1:23.85 and 1:26.03. The Indians won the final event, the 400 Freestyle Relay in 3:51.94. Carteaux, Schuette, Sydney and McKenzie Darnell made up the victorious foursome.
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Evergreen 45, North Central 42
7th grade – Tucker Beres and Colin Patten led the way for the Eagles with 12 points apiece. Mason Sanford added eight points while Sammy Wheeler and Colton Hicks contributed with six and four points respectively.
North Central 33, Evergreen 20
8th grade – Roman Sutton was the top scorer for the Eagles connecting for 17 points. Ben Turner finished with nine points, Luke Zuver five points and Jack Zenz with two points.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Tinora 32, Stryker 12
7th grade – Tinora outscored the Panthers 16-4 in the second half to run away with the victory. Six Stryker players finished in the scoring column led by Brianna Breier’s three points. Four players, Bailey Short, Haylee Fulk, Mallori Blevins and Jennifer Deltz had two points each and Victoria Bost added a foul shot for one point.
Tinora 27, Stryker 17
8th grade – Though the Panthers came back to win the second half, the 16-5 deficit during the first half was too deep a hole for Stryker to crawl out of in the 10-point loss. Kinsey Myers led Stryker with 10 points.
Additional summary from Tuesday, December 20
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Fairview 46, North Central 18
The Apaches jumped out to a 22-12 half time lead then put the game away outscoring the Eagles in the second half 24-6. North Central’s top point getter was McKayla Hayes with seven points.
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