Thursday, January 5th Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Hilltop 68, North Central 51
After North Central (2-9, 1-4) took an early 17-13 lead into the second quarter, Tim Maneval led the charge scoring 12 of his game high 23 points to led the Cadets (8-1, 5-0) to the BBC win. Quinn Smith eclipsed the 1000-point career total with his 15 points for the Cadets. The third player for Hilltop in double figures was Riley with 12 points. Maneval should join Smith very soon in the 1000-point club as well. Josh Roesener led the Eagles with 13 points behind the strength of three three-point makes. Cody Tomblin finished with 10 points.
Montpelier 73, Edon 52
The Locomotives (7-4, 3-3) broke the game open with a 25-8 advantage in the fourth quarter for the BBC win. Four Montpelier players finished in double figures including Michael Blake with 21 points, Kolden Uribes with 19 points, Colin Rockey with 14 points and Jacob Bailey with 10 points. Brayden Bauer paced the Bombers (1-7, 1-4) with 20 points while Preston Klingler and Braden Miller finished with 10 points apiece.
Fayette 56, Stryker 48
Despite a 24 point fourth quarter by the Panthers, the Eagles held on for the BBC win. Fayette (5-5, 3-2) was led by Clayton Pheils with 15 points, Travis Wagner with 14 points and Trey Keefer with 12 points. Chase Glock led Stryker (3-7, 2-3) with 20 points.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
North Central 49, Hilltop 38
The Eagles broke out to a 13-4 first quarter lead before ending the first half up 30-17 as they never trailed in the BBC game with the Cadets. North Central’s Levi Williams scored nine of his game high 21 points in the second quarter. Jack Bailey added 14 points for the Eagles. Hilltop was led by Christian McKinney with 10 points.
Edon 21, Montpelier 20
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NWOAL QUADRANGULAR @ EVERGREEN
Evergreen 36, Patrick Henry 27
The two teams competed in six matches as eight weight classes saw forfeits. Evergreen winners included Jared Fahrer (106 lbs.) by forfeit, Tony Boger (138 lbs.) by pin, Brian Floyd (152 lbs) by pin, Isaac Yunker (160 lbs) by forfeit, and Trey Malosh (170 lbs) by forfeit.
Swanton 67, Evergreen 5
The Vikings lone win against Swanton came at 113 lbs. where Jared Fahrer won with a 20-5 decision over Zack Schaller. From there it was all Swanton as Trevor Schaller won by decision over Travis Mersing 8-3 at (126 lbs.), Noah Saunders (138 lbs) pinned Tony Boger in 3:01, Chase Moore (145 lbs.) pinned Tom Pollard in :57, Ryan Marvin (152 lbs.) won by decision over Brian Floyd 14-4, Michael Reisinger (160 lbs.) pinned Isaac Yunker in 2:57, Tyler Houston (170 lbs.) pinned Trey Malosh in 1:24, Leahey (182 lbs.) won by forfeit, Crew Oberheim (195 lbs.) won by forfeit, Greg Wilson (220 lbs.) won by forfeit and Tommy Lytle (285 lbs.) pinned Nate Krohn at 2:31.
Swanton 56, Montpelier 15
The Bulldogs took their second win of the night winning nine duals against the Locomotives. Montpelier took the 106 lbs. class where Chris Perkins won by forfeit. Zack Schaller of Swanton was a winner at 113 lbs. with a 15-1 decision over Brayden Custer. Montpelier’s Ashtin Varney won by decision over Tyler Anderson of Swanton 7-4. After that Montpelier win, the Bulldogs ripped off five weight classes. At 126 lbs. Trevor Schaller was a 14-2 winner over Tre Hutchinson 14-2. At 132 lbs. Swanton’s Tyler Gowing pinned Noah Frisby in 1:28. Gage Pachlhofer won by pin over Nathan Hutchinson in 1:51 during the 138 lbs. match. Chase Moore continued the Swanton streak at 145 lbs. with a pin of Thomas Wolfenberger in 3:49. Ryan Marvin kept the win streak alive at 152 lbs. with a pin of Bryer Bentley at 1:09. Montpelier’s Austin Grubb got the Locomotives back in the win column with a 7-2 decision over Tyler Houston at 160 lbs. CJ Roth followed suit at 170 lbs for Montpelier downing Mitchel Reisinger 11-6. Z. Leahey took the forfeit win at 182 lbs. while Swanton’s Crew Oberheim won by decision over Issac Hutchinson in 3:37. During the 220 lbs. and 285 lbs. matches Swanton got a pair of pins. Greg Wilson was a winner in 2:43 over Mason Foote and Tommy Lytle was a 1:02 winner over Jared Armstrong.
Montpelier 60, Patrick Henry 16
The Locomotives came back and picked up a league win in their second encounter. The Locomotives won at 106 lbs. and 113 lbs. with forfeits followed by a double forfeit at 120 lbs. The two teams split wins at 126 lbs. and 132 lbs. Ashtin Varney of Montpelier won with a pin in 2:43 over Corey Hatcher then Patrick Henry’s Max Neiling returned the favor at 132 lbs. with a 1:10 pin over Noah Frisby. The Locomotives added two more wins at 138 lbs. and 145 lbs. Nathan Hutchinson won with a decision over Josafat Hinojosa 19-10 and Thomas Wolfenbarger pinned Patrick Henry’s Derek Combs in 1:17. After Bryer Bentley of Montpelier won by a pin in 1:56 over Bremer at 152 lbs., Montpelier’s Austin Grubb and Jonathan Gray won by forfeit at 160 lbs. and 170 lbs. respectively. The Locomotives took two more wins at 182 lb. and 195 lbs. as CJ Roth was a winner by pin in 5:19 over AJ Healy and Issac Hutchinson won by forfeit for Montpelier. Patrick Henry’s other win came at 220 lbs. where Kent Petersen pinned Mason Foote in 3:25. Jared Armstrong won by forfeit for Montpelier at 285 lbs.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Antwerp 35, Montpelier 13
7th grade – Ariel Page led the Locomotives with six points.
Montpelier 20, Antwerp 19 (OT)
8th grade – Jesse Bumb scored the winning basket in the overtime for the Montpelier win.
Tuesday, January 3rd Scoring Summary additions
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Archbold 21, Pettisville 17
7th grade – After leading 11-8 after three quarters, Pettisville saw the Bluestreaks score 13 fourth quarter points to pull out the victory. Karsen Pursel led the Blackbirds with eight points and Karsyn Hostetler added four points. Hall scored seven points for Archbold and Ziegler added six points.
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Archbold 59, Pettisville 12
7th grade – The Bluestreaks exploded for a 23-0 first quarter run then dominated the rest of the way. C. Alvarado led Archbold with 14 points. Zakkai Kaufman and Josh Basselman scored four points apiece for the Blackbirds.