Scoring Summary – Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Tuesday, January 17 Scoring Summaries


The Wauseon boys’ and girls’ teams gained two more meet wins against Anthony Wayne and Bowling Green in their latest tri meet. The boys defeated Anthony Wayne 94-2 and downed the Bobcats 73-25. The girls defeated Anthony Wayne 64-38 and defeated Bowling Green 61-41. Winners for Wauseon in the boys meet included: Ryan Scherer in the 200 IM with a time of 2:13.25 and in the 100 Freestyle in 52.61; Branden Arrendondo in the 50 Freestyle in 24.01; Tony Schweinhagen in diving with a point total of 207.25; Austin Schuette in the 500 Freestyle with a time of 5:06.58; the team of James Hutchison, Arrendondo, Schuette and Scherer in the 400 Freestyle Relay in 3:41.06. In the girls meet winning for the Swimming Indians were: Sydney Darnell in the 200 IM with a time of 2:17.59 and in the 100 Butterfly with a time of 1:00.87; McKenzie Darnell in the 100 Freestyle in 56.68; Brooke Schuette in the 500 Freestyle in 5:24.25; The team of M. Darnell, Alexys Carteaux, Schuette and S. Darnell in the 200 Freestyle Relay with a time of 1:44.60; The team of M. Darnell, Carteaux, Schuette and S. Darnell in the 400 Freestyle Relay with a time of 3:52.80.


Genoa 69, Bryan 6

106: Corey Welsh (GEAR) over Dakota Minck (BRYA) (Fall 1:28) 113: Oscar Sanchez (GEAR) over (BRYA) (For.) 120: Dylan D`Emilio (GEAR) over (BRYA) (For.) 126: Julian Sanchez (GEAR) over Jared Ramey (BRYA) (Fall 0:59) 132: Dusty Morgillo (GEAR) over Jacob Colbart (BRYA) (Fall 1:00) 138: Jacob Stewart (GEAR) over Isaiah Hale (BRYA) (Fall 2:54) 145: Trey Neumann (GEAR) over Jacob Fenter (BRYA) (Dec 7-2) 152: Seth Moore (GEAR) over Reno Smith (BRYA) (Fall 1:22) 160: James Limongi (GEAR) over (BRYA) (For.) 170: Antonio Quezada (GEAR) over (BRYA) (For.) 182: Xavier Beach (GEAR) over Brandon Kreischer (BRYA) (Fall 2:46) 195: Brian Martin (GEAR) over Eion Moor (BRYA) (SV-1 4-2) 220: Justin Harding (BRYA) over Gabe Scott (GEAR) (Fall 2:51) 285: Noah Koch (GEAR) over Jamin Santiago (BRYA) (Dec 4-1)

Port Clinton 39, Bryan 30

106: Caleb Burch (POCL) over Dakota Minck (BRYA) (Fall 0:19) 113: Amos Honeycutt (POCL) over (BRYA) (For.) 120: Double Forfeit 126: Joe Pokornik (BRYA) over (POCL) (For.) 132: Jacob Colbart (BRYA) over Joe Palmer (POCL) (Fall 0:57) 138: Mason Elson (POCL) over Corbin Marr (BRYA) (Fall 1:23) 145: Gage Floro (POCL) over Gavin Frank (BRYA) (Fall 1:22) 152: Jacob Fenter (BRYA) over (POCL) (For.) 160: Reno Smith (BRYA) over (POCL) (For.) 170: Double Forfeit 182: Brandon Kreischer (BRYA) over (POCL) (For.) 195: Carson Smith (POCL) over Eion Moor (BRYA) (Fall 2:28) 220: Russell Demarco (POCL) over Justin Harding (BRYA) (Fall 0:41) 285: Luciano Alvarez (POCL) over Jamin Santiago (BRYA) (Dec 5-3)


Ayersville 50, Edon 28
The half time score was 36-18 as both teams struggled offensively in the second half in the non-conference loss for the Bombers. Edon was led by Hannah Fogel with eight points and Hannah Kaylor added seven points.

Liberty Center 48, Montpelier 27
Rebekah Carr led the Locomotives (4-9, 2-5) with 11 points in the loss. Marley Eich led Montpelier in rebounds with nine. The turnover bug bit Montpelier hard as they committed 30 during the contest.

Archbold 64, Stryker 34
The Bluestreaks remained unbeaten in 14 games sending the Panther reeling to only their second loss of the season in the non-league match up. A 39-16 advantage by the Streaks in the second half led them to the lopsided win. Three Archbold players finished in double figures including Kierstyn Repp with 14, and Morgan Miller along with Alyssa Ziegler finishing with 11 points apiece. Taylor Haines led Stryker (12-2, 8-0) with 15 points including three makes from three-point land.

Fairview 47, Hilltop 25
The Cadets fell behind early with just 8 first half points in the non-conference loss to the Apaches. Felicity Jackson and Arianna Brown led Hilltop (5-10, 5-3) with six points apiece.

Hicksville 67, Fayette 27
Fayette finished with four players in the scoring column. The leader for the Eagles was Mataya Rufenacht who made good on four three-point shots in the second quarter and finished with 16 points. Rhys Ruger followed with six points, Jennaya Hibbard with three points and Kaitlyn Brubaker with two points.


Ayersville 26, Edon 12
No game statistics submitted.

Liberty Center 29, Montpelier 23
Kimme Engels and Tory Steffes scored six points apiece for the Locomotives.


Fayette 30, Pettisville 19
After scoring just seven first half points, The Eagles stepped on the gas for 23 second half points to prevail. Mitchell Avina led Pettisville (3-4, 3-4) with 10 points.


Pettisville 22, Stryker 8
8th grade – The Blackbirds improved to 4-10 on the season with the run-away win over the Panthers. Pettisville jumped out to a 10-3 first quarter lead and 14-4 at the half as they dominated on the offensive end throughout. Leading Pettisville was Xavia Borden with eight points, Kenzi Rivera with four, Grace Schnitkey and Ellie Wixom with three points apiece and Kearsten Zuver and Elise Hartzler with two points each. Kinsey Myers led Stryker with six points and Trinitie Woolace added two points.

Pettisville 27, Stryker 6
7th grade – The Panthers scored in just two of the four quarters as the Blackbirds rolled to their 12th win in 14 games. Karsen Pursel led Pettisville with 12 points and Addison Moyer added nine. Brianna Breier led Stryker with all six of her team’s points.

Pettisville 25, North Central 22 (game played Monday, January 16)
8th grade – In this seesaw battle, the Blackbirds gained their third win of the year. After three quarters Pettisville held a 22-14 lead. North Central made a run by outscoring the Blackbirds 8-3 in the final quarter but fell just short. Leading Pettisville was Ellis Wixom with nine points, Kenzi Rivera with six, Elise Hartzler with five, Xavia Borden with three and Kearsten Zuver with two. Meyers led North Cnetral with eight and Hollstein added six.

Pettisville 31, North Central 22 (game played Monday, January 16)
7th grade – The Blackbirds used a 17-12 second half advantage to lead them to their 11th win of the season. Pettisville was led by Karsen Pursel with 16 points and Karsyn Hostetler added seven. M. Brown was the leading scorer for North Central with 10 points and Balser added five.

North Central 36, Montpelier 18
7th grade – North Central’s Madison Brown poured in 22 points to lead the Eagles. Lauren Balser added six points in support. Ariel Page led Montpelier with eight.

Montpelier 30, North Central 18
8th grade – Montpelier had 13 points from Ali Repp to lead the Locomotives to the win. North Central was led by Maizie Zimmerman and Jazmine Hendricks with four points apiece.


North Central 41, Montpelier 14
7th grade – Tucker Beres poured in 21 points for the Eagles to guide them to the BBC win. Colin Patten added seven, Zack Hayes and Colton Hicks scored six points apiece and Sammy Wheeler and Ryan Pfund each scored two points. Scott Hillard led Montpelier with five points.

Montpelier 36, North Central 21
8th grade – Thomas Jay led the Locomotives to the victory with 20 points. Ben Turner paced North Central with 10 points, Roman Sutton finished with six, Jack Zenz and Travis Schmunk had two point apiece and Luke Zuver added one points.

Pettisville 28, Stryker 17
7th grade – After taking a 21-7 lead into the locker room at half, The Blackbirds held on for their fourth win of the season. Bryce Beltz led Pettisville with 12 points and Quinn Wyse added five points. B. Campbell led Stryker with five points.

Pettisville 25, Stryker 18
8th grade – After an 8-8 deadlock at the half, the Blackbirds went on to win the second half 17-10 to grab the BBC victory. Pettisville was led Isaac St. John with eight points. Max Leppelmeier and Brayden Barnett with five apiece, Josh Horning with three and Tommy McWatters and Jake King with two points apiece were the Blackbirds’ other scorers. Kaleb Holsopple led Stryker with six points while Brandon Bowers, Payton Woolace and Amos Sloan added four points apiece.

North Central 49, Pettisville 31 (Game played Monday, January 16)
7th grade – Leading scorers for North Central were Tucker Beres with 20 points, Colton Hicks 11, Mason Sanford nine, Colin Patten five and Sammy Wheeler four. Pettisville was led by Zakkai Kaufmann with 12 points and Gideon Myers with six points.

Pettisville 41, North Central 21
8th grade – Roman Sutton with 13 points, Ben Turner four, Jack Zenz two and Luke Zuver two led North Central.

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