Tuesday, December 20 Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Stryker 55, North Central 40
The Panthers began their accent during second quarter action that saw them outscore the Eagles 26-19 as the half ended. They continued to control the momentum during second half action to pick up the BBC win. Chase Glock led Stryker with 19 points while Kristian Grapengeter added 12 points. The Eagles leader and only double figure scorer was Josh Roesener with 16 points.
Montpelier 60, Fayette 46
The Locomotives erupted for 23 first quarter points to help themselves to the win over Fayette in a BBC contest. The two teams played even after the first quarter, but the Eagles could never cut into the 13 point first quarter deficit. Kolton Uribes led Montpelier with 21 points while Michael Blake added 16 points. Clayton Phiels and Travis Wagner had 18 and 11 points to lead the Eagles.
Bryan 59, Fairview 43
A 17-7 run padded the Golden Bears lead in the fourth quarter as they earned the non-league win. Evan Smith led Bryan with 19 points as Zhane Cupp and Peyton Lamberson added 16 and 12 points respectively.
Hicksville 90, Edon 47
The Aces proved to hold all the cards in the non-conference contest with the Flyers. While Hicksville had five players in double figures, Edon had one as Braden Miller finished with 19 points.
Hilltop 51, Pettisville 41
After falling behind 14-8 after one quarter, the Cadets managed to tie the game 20-20 to end the first half as the momentum began to move in their favor. As the second half steamed up, so did the Cadets. After an even 12-11 third quarter, Hilltop outscored Pettisville 19-10 down the stretch to earn the BBC win. Quinn Smith hit seven two-point shots and seven from the line to lead in scoring with 21 points. Riley added 13 in support. Jaret Rychner and Justin Rupp had 10 points apiece for the Blackbirds. Hilltop improved to 5-1 overall and 4-0 in the BBC, while Pettisville is now 4-2 and 3-2 in BBC action.
BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Stryker 39, North Central 32
The Panthers held on to their eight-point difference throughout most of the game. Stryker finished with two players in double figures as Daniel Fether led with 13 points and Logan Boetz contributed with 11 points. Jack Bailey was the top scorer for the Eagles with 17 points and Levi Williams added 10 points.
Fayette 21, Montpelier 20
One fourth quarter basket was the difference in this one as the Eagles edged by the Locomotives. After Fayette took an early 8-0 lead to end the first, it was a war from that point on. Tanner Lemley led Fayette with seven points. Collin Houk scored two three point shots for the Locomotives to lead his team with six points.