Tuesday, January 24 Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Swanton 50, Fayette 36
A 15-6 third quarter advantage allowed the Bulldogs to take command after a tight first half of play. Gunnar Oakes led the Bulldog attack as he dunked and shot his way to 19 points in the win. Randy Slink helped the Swanton cause adding 12 points. Travis Wagner and Tharyn Colegrove paced the Eagles with 11 and 10 points respectively.
Edon 64, Hamilton Indiana 62
In a seesaw battle, the Bombers came away with the non-conference win. After trailing 14-5 at the end of the first quarter, Edon grabbed the half-time lead reeling off 23 second-quarter points for a 28-24 advantage. The Bombers expanded that lead to 46-36 after three quarters but there was no quit in Hamilton. After scoring 36 points over the first three quarters Hamilton exploded for 26 fourth quarter points to fall just short. Braden Miller had a terrific game for Edon pouring in 24 points while Travis Siebenaler added 18 and Austin Kiess finished with 11.
Wauseon 38, Pettisville 32
The Blackbirds led after a quarter 10-9, but the Indians took over the rest of the way in the non-league victory. Mitchell Avina led Pettisville with 14 points and Isaac Reynolds finished with 10 points. There were no stats submitted for the Indians.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Hamilton, IN 33, Edon 28
A 16-6 fourth quarter spurt led Hamilton passed the Bombers in the non-conference matchup. Hannah Kaylor led Edon (1-15, 1-8) with seven points while Eliza Zulch, Samantha Weidmer and Hannah Fogel each contributed with six points.
Stryker 60, Edgerton 33
The Panthers (13-2, 8-0) opened up a 20-8 first quarter advantage and never looked back in the non-conference win over the Bulldogs (2-13, 0-3). Taylor Haines led the attack for Stryker as she turned in a 20-point performance including four two-point goals, three makes from beyond the arc and three more points from the foul line. Haley Doehrmann added 16 and Paige Speelman finished with 15 including 12 points coming in the final quarter. The trio of Ally Cape, Rachel Schroeder and Bree Hug paced Edgerton with six points apiece.
Wauseon 70, Fairview 49
The Indians got into the win column on the season with the impressive win over the Fairview Apaches. Brianna Castellano helped get Wauseon off to the fast start with 14 first-quarter points. She finished as the game’s leading scorer with 22 points. Joining Castellano in double figures were Rylee Campbell with 16 and Karli Penrod and Mya Suarez with 10 points apiece.
Archbold 64, Springfield 58
The Bluestreaks continue to roll as they improved to a perfect 16-0 win the six-point non-league contest. Kamryn Hostetler led with 14 points while Brooke Kohler finished with 11 points and Morgan Miller finished with 10 and also led with six of Archbold’s 24 rebounds.
Hicksville 49, Montpelier 21
The Locomotives (5-10) fell behind by nine points at the break and struggled offensively committing 25 turnovers during the game. The Aces ran away with the win in the second half. Jaelyn Lyons led Montpelier with nine points.
GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Montpelier 24, Hicksville 20
The Locomotives escaped with the four-point non-conference win. Kimme Engels led Montpelier with nine point.
Fairview 25, Wauseon 18
No Game Stats Submitted.
Archbold 49, Springfield 42
No Game Stats Submitted.
Bowling Green 44, Bryan 14
106: J.T. Pickens (BG) over Dakota Minck (B) (Fall 0:33) 113: Alex Diaz (BG) over (B) (For.) 120: August Eschedor (BG) over Joe Pokornik (B) (TF 21-6 4:39) 126: Gabriel Obregon (BG) over Jared Ramey (B) (MD 14-2) 132: Arturo Beltran (BG) over Bryant Horne (B) (Dec 3-0) 138: Gavin Mintey (BG) over Jacob Colbart (B) (Fall 4:31) 145: Logan Garza (BG) over Jacob Fenter (B) (SV-1 8-6) 152: Nicholas Jackson (BG) over Reno Smith (B) (TF 18-3 3:36) 160: Double Forfeit 170: Brandon Kreischer (B) over Donovan Pickett (BG) (Dec 9-4) 182: Maxwell Fausnaugh (BG) over Eion Moor (B) (Fall 3:04) 195: Double Forfeit 220: Carter Hoffman (B) over (BG) (For.) 285: Payne Frank (B) over (BG) (For.) (B) Unsportsmanlike Conduct – Coach -1.00)
Ottawa Glandorf 48, Bryan 30
106: Dakota Minck (B) over (OG) (For.) 113: Gabe Mendez (B) over (OG) (For.) 120: Leon Palomo (OG) over Joe Pokornik (BRYA) (Inj. [time]) 126: Jared Ramey (BRYA) over Isaac Hernandez (OG) (Fall 3:02) 132: Tygan Nelson (OG) over Bryant Horne (B) (Fall 2:36) 138: Jacob Colbart (B) over (OG) (For.) 145: Brent Siefker (OG) over Jacob Fenter (B) (Fall 2:56) 152: Logan Balbaugh (OG) over Reno Smith (B) (Fall 4:23) 160: Grant Goecke (OG) over (B) (For.) 170: Danny Rosales (OG) over Brandon Kreischer (B) (Fall 4:26) 182: Double Forfeit 195: Daniel Beemer (OG) over Eion Moor (B) (Fall 2:56) 220: Lane Brooks (OG) over Carter Hoffman (B) (Fall 1:34) 285: Payne Frank (B) over Ben Johnson (OG) (Fall 1:26)
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Stryker 42, Fayette 33
8th grade – The Panthers lead was built up during the first half of play and especially in the first quarter where they ran out to a 10-3 lead on way to the win. Kaleb Holsopple and Joe Ramon led Stryker with 12 points apiece. The trio of Eli Eberly, Tanner Wagner and Phillip Whiteside led Fayette with eight points each.
Additional Summaries from Monday, January 23
BOYS VARSITY BOWLING
Evergreen 2277, Wauseon 2261
The Vikings (8-4) squeaked by the Indians (8-4) by a slim margin in the league encounter. Evan Conrad led Evergreen with games of 208 and 192 for a 400 series. Right behind Conrad was Devin Butts with games of 218 and 179 for a 397 series. Nicolas Kearney once again was a bright spot for the Indians as the senior rolled games of 238 and 246 for a 484 series. The other Wauseon bowlers struggled some however as the next high series was turned in by Brady Blaylock with a 336.