THURSDAY, JANUARY 12 Scoring Summary
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Archbold 63, Swanton 39
The Bluestreaks opened NWOAL play with a bang against the Bulldogs. After a 10-point halftime lead, Archbold won the third period 21-8 to run away from Swanton. Three Streaks finished in double figures as Eli Miller led with 13 points, and Bryce Williams and Rigy Ramos added 11 points apiece. Gunnar Oakes was held to eight points to lead Swanton.
Bryan 40, Evergreen 37
All the game’s points were scored in the first three quarters as the two NWOAL teams fought and clawed to a 0-0 deadlock during fourth quarter action. The Golden Bears (8-4, 1-0) were led in scoring by Peyton Lamberson with 18 points while Jaden Valderas added 12 points. Evergreen’s individual stats were not available.
Montpelier 67, Stryker 62 (OT)
After a 59-59 ending sent the game into overtime, the Locomotives won the overtime session 8-3 for their eighth win of the season. It was the Michael Blake and Kolden Uribes show as Blake led the attack with 25 points and Uribes added 23. The Panthers (4-8, 3-4) had three players in double figures led by Colton Benson with 20 including nine points from beyond the arc. Chase Glock finished with 14 and Luke Holsopple added 12.
Hilltop 66, Edon 45
The Cadets (10-1, 7-0) stormed out to a 26-4 first quarter lead enroute to their seventh straight BBC win. Hilltop’s version of the three headed monster led the charge as Ryan Brooker led with 18 points, Quinn Smith added 15 and Tim Maneval finished with 14. Edon (1-9, 1-6) was paced by Braden Miller’s 18 points.
Pettisville 40, Fayette 39
The Blackbirds (7-4, 5-2) got off to a slow start as the Eagles held a 24-12 advantage at the intermission. But Pettisville turned the tables in the second half outscoring Fayette 28-15 to squeak out the BBC win. Graeme Jacoby led the Blackbirds with 11 points while Gabe Beck added nine. The Eagles (5-7, 3-4) finished with seven players in the score column led by Clayton Pheils with 13. Nine of Pheils points came from three-point range.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Stryker 31, Montpelier 27
Logan Boetz and Daniel Fether were the backbone of the Panther offense in the BBC win over the Locomotives. Fether led the charge with 15 including two three pointers and Boetz added 10 points with two makes from beyond the arc. Blake Bumb led Montpelier with seven points.
BOYS VARSITY SWIM and DIVE
Wauseon 122, Bryan 119, Springfield 56
The Indians squeaked by Bryan with the three-point win. The Golden Bears capture wins in the 200 Medley relay with the team of Jonathon Roberts, Damon Beltz, Justin Doty and Logan King with a time of 1:56.99. Will Jackson swam to victory in the 50 Freestyle in 24.18. Bryan won the 200 Freestyle Relay with the team of Will Jackson, Joey Kimble, Logan King and Jeremy Durdel in 1:44,54 and Damon Beltz was the winner in the 100 Breaststroke in 1:12.92. Wauseon winners included: Nicholas Dilworth in the 200 Freestyle in 1:52.92 and the 100 Backstroke in 58.13; Ryan Scherer in the 200 IM in 2:12.55; Tony Schweinhagen in diving with 214.90 points; Mac Warncke 100 Butterfly 1:01.82; Branden Arredondo in the 100 Freestyle 53.92; Ryan Schuette in the 500 Freestyle in 5:12.90.
GIRLS SWIM and DIVE
Bryan 59, Wauseon 42
In the girls meet Bryan finished first in the following races: 200 Medley Relay with the foursome of Ashley Koenn, Audrey Zimmerman, Sophie Smith, Meggie Voigt; Meggie Voigt in the 50 Freestyle in 25.27; Tay Peters, diving, 190.90 points; Ashleigh Franks in the 100 Freestyle in 54.71; 200 Freestyle relay with the team of Izzy Rigg, Hannah Wynne, Meggie Voigt, Ashleigh Franks in 1:42.35; Izzy Rigg in the 100 Backstroke in 1:09.29. The Indians were paced by the following winners: Brooke Schuette in the 200 Freestyle in 2:04.31 and the 500 Freestyle in 5:32.78; Sydney Darnell in the 200 IM in 2:17.39 and in the 100 Butterfly in 1:00.61; Megan Carroll in the 100 Breaststroke in 1:22.03; 400 Freestyle Relay with the team of Sydney Darnell, Alexys Carteaux, Brooke Schuette and McKenzie Darnell in 3:50.95.
Wauseon 52, Delta 17
The Indians wrestled to victory in 10 of the 14 weight classes to gain the NWOAL victory over the Panthers. Gavin Ritter and Makayla Campbell both won by forfeit at 106 and 113. Led by Jarrett Bischoff win by decision over CJ Leffler at 132 and wins by Hunter Yackee (138), Sandro Martinez (145), Xavier Torres (152), Andrew Bailey (160), Trent Davis (170) the Indians completed a sweep of six straight wins. Dylan Rogers grabbed a win for Delta at 182 lbs. over Aaron Harris and Jaccob Wolford got Delta’s final win at 220 with a 7-4 decision over Sammy Sosa. Alex Sosa won at 285 for Wauseon with a forfeit.
Liberty Center 66, Evergreen 10
The Vikings struggled against the Tigers with only two weight class victories during the NWOAL action. Jared Fahrer won with a pin at 3:06 at the 106 lbs. class and Isaac Yunker was a 13-1 winner over his opponent at 160 lbs.
Wauseon 72, Evergreen 0
The Indians wrestled their way to the shutout win over the Vikings. Gavin Ritter got the win at 106 with a 11-4 decision over Jared Fahrer. At 126 N. Ray got a win for Wauseon with a pin over Travis Mersing at 3:17. At 152 Xavier Torres won by decision over Brian Floyd 10-5. Andrew Bailey and Trent Davis won at 160 and 170 as Bailey pinned Isaac Yunker in :57 and Davis pinned Trey Malosh in :27. In the only other match, 285 lber Alex Sosa pinned Nate Krohn in :48. The Indians won all the other brackets by forfeit
Delta 43, Liberty Center 34
The Panthers got in the win column using four straight wins at 120, 126, 132 and 138. Then they won three of the last five matches for the win. Cole Mattin won at 120 with a pin in 1:44, Drew Mattin won by pin at 2:18 at 126, CJ Leffler won at 132 with a 12-4 decision and Colin Hoffman was a 13-2 winner at 138. Tristen Saeger at 152 won by pin in :44. Dylan Rogers and Dalton Richard both won by pins at 182 and 195 in 1:15 and :41 respectively. Jaccob Wolford won his second match of the night at 285 with a pin in 2:37.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL
North Central 39, Delta 38
7th grade – Scorers for the Eagles included Zack Hayes 24, Sammy Wheeler six, Colton Hicks five and Tucker Beres four. Ryan Pfund played a phenomenal roll in the Eagles victory this evening.
Delta 44, North Central 27
8th grade – Scorers for Eagles included Roman Sutton 12, Ben Turner 10, Jack Zenz four, Luke Zuver one.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL
Pettisville 24, Stryker 10
7th grade – The Blackbirds were led by Addison Moyer with 13 points. Scoring for Stryker included Jennifer Deitz with six points and Haylee Fulk with four points.
Pettisville 30, Stryker 16
8th grade – Kearsten Zuver led Pettisville with 13 points in the win. Also scoring for Pettisville was Elise Hartzler with eight points, Ellie Wixom with six points, Grace Schnitkey with two points and Mayzie Clark with one point. Caitlyn Lyons led the Panthers with 10 points while Kinsey Myers added three points, Trinitie Woolace finished with three points and Olivia Whitlock added one point.