Scoring Summary – Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Tuesday, January 3 Scoring Summaries:

BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Bryan 57, Stryker 29

The Golden Bears put the game away early with a 17-4 first quarter advantage on way to their non-league win. Colt Arthur and Evan Smith led Bryan with 18 and 13 points respectively. Stryker spread their scoring out over nine players led by Isreal Aguilar with seven points.

Swanton 47, Toledo Christian 43

Despite three players in double figures and six three-pointers, Swanton found a way to top Toledo Christian in a tough non-league game.  Gunnar Oakes led the Bulldogs with 18 points and Duyane Goings added 13 points. Seven of Oakes’ points came in the fourth quarter.

North Central 62, Hamilton (IN) 55  (OT)

The Eagles dominated the extra session 12-5 to pull out the close non-conference game. Josh Roesener paced North Central with 21 points on six twos, two threes and three of four from the line.

Archbold 66, Napoleon 47

The Blue Streaks led throughout this non-league game as they improved to 6-2. Archbold used double figure scoring by three players and 18 of 20 from the foul line to help them to the win. Eli Miller led with 20 points, and Rigo Ramos along with Caleb Wooley added 10 points apiece.

Edgerton 59, Montpelier 48

Dustin Miller and Carter Kenecht combined for 48 of the Bulldogs points to lift them past the Locomotives.  Miller led with 27 points on eight twos and 11 points from the line while Kenecht also finished with 16 points from the field and added five free throws. Montpelier was paced by 12 points from Kolden Uribes while Colin Rockey added 11 and Jacob Bailey finished with 10 points.

Hilltop 76, Maumee Valley Country Day 69

After falling behind 18-13 after the first quarter, the Cadets went on a 21-6 run in the second to end the half with a 34-24 advantage. Though Hilltop was outscored in the second half by three points, the second quarter run held up to lead them to the win. Quinn Smith, with the help of 11 free throw makes, led the Cadets with 27 points. Three other players, Ryan Brooker, Time Maneval and Tyler Suboski also scored in double digits with 15, 13 and 11 points respectively.

BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL

Bryan 48, Stryker 23

The Golden Bears used a 26-5 second half run to shoot their way to a non-league win. Conner Lemons paced Bryan with a game high 15 points. Logan Boetz and Daniel Fether led Stryker with eight points apiece.

Archbold 49, Napoleon 28 – No game stats submitted.

Montpelier 26, Edgerton 20 – No game stats submitted.

North Central 39, Hamilton (In.) 35

The Eagles claimed the four-point win over their visitors from the west.  North Central’s BIG two, Jack Bailey and Levi Williams had matching 12 point performances in the win.

GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Fairview 55, Edon 29

The Apaches used a 31-11 advantage during second half action to down the Bombers in the non-conference contest. Hannah Kaylor led Edon with nine points finishing 3 of 10 from the field and three of three at the foul line.

Ayresville 52, Fayette 49 (OT)

The Eagles dropped an overtime heartbreaker to the Pilots in a non-conference game. Jennaya Hibbard led Fayette with 17 points while Alexus Ball contributed with 12 points.

Pettisville 52, Wauseon 46 (OT)

The Blackbirds held off the non-conference challenge by the Indians to come from behind and win in overtime. After tying the game at the end of regulation, Pettisville used a 6-0 overtime run for the win. Morgan Leppelmeier led Pettisville with 24 points while her sister Alexa Leppelmeier finished with 15 points. Brianna Castellano connected for 13 points to lead the Indians.

GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL

Fairview 36, Edon 22 – No game stats submitted.

BOYS VARSITY SWIM and DIVE

Wauseon 123, Sylvania Northview 56, Archbold 3

The Indians got off to a fast start taking first and third in the 200 Medley Relay. The winning team was composed of Nicholas Dilworth, Lukas Dominque, Mac Warncke and Branden Arredondo. The quartet swam the race in 1:54.24. The team of Kyle Vernot, Lucas Blanchong, Christian Suarez and Seth Hutchison finished third in 2:04.61. Dilworth then came back and took first in the 200 Free Style in 1:52.57 and Ryan Scherer took second in 2:02.23. Arredondo and Kyle Zirkle placed second and third in the 200 IM in 2:23.43 and 2:37.94 respectively. Austin Schuette and Warncke were first and second in the 50 Free Style in times of 24.67 and 25.23. Tony Schweinhagen scored 229.35 points to capture first place in the diving competition. As the swimming got back underway, the Indians took second, third and fourth in the 100 Butterfly as Schuette swam the distance in 1:03.19 followed by Arrendondo in 1:03.68 and Suarez in 1:10.56. In the 100 Freestyle Dominque won the race in 56.23 and team mate Seth Hutchison was second in 56.42. In the 500 Free Style Wauseon took the top three spots led by Dilworth who swam the distance in 4:57.92. Scherer and Vernot followed with times of 5:26.01 and 5:49.47. In the 200 Freestyle Relay the team of Warncke, Dominque, Seth Hutchison and Schuette won the event in 1:40.79. Wauseon’s “B” team swam second in 1:51.59 comprised of the team of Suarez, Zirkle, Zach Fink and Cam Sauber.  Vernot and James Hutchison were second and third in the 100 Backstroke with times of 1:12.68 and 1:13.38. Blanchong and Dominque finished one-two in the 100 Breaststroke with times of 1:15.23 and 1:18.09. In the final event, Wauseon took first and second in the 400 Freestyle Relay. Winning the event was the foursome of Fink, Suarez, Arrendondo and Dilworth in 3:42.51 and the team of Vernot, Seth Hutchison, Scherer and Schuette were runners up in 3:43.17.

GIRLS VARSITY SWIM and DIVE

Sylvania Northview 95, Wauseon 88

The Indians swam second in the 200 Medley Relay with a 2:22.40. Competing in the event were Alyssa Russell, Maggie Roelfsema, Daisy Giguere and Megan Carroll. Wauseon took second, third and fourth in the 200 Freestyle as Alexys Carteaux swam 2:12.48, Kate Precht 2:18.50 and Alyssa Russell 2:47.29. In the 200 IM Brooke Schuette swam to the win in 2:31.58 while Roelfsema was third in 2:57.69. McKenzie Darnell sprinted to a win in the 50 Freestyle in 25.87. Patience Bachman was in fourth position in the diving competition with a point total of 182.15. Sydney Darnell and Carteaux finished first and second in the 100 Butterfly. Darnell won the event in 1:00.69 and Carteaux swam the event in 1:07.12. Schuette swam to a second place finish in the 100 Freestyle in 58.53. McKenzie Darnell won the 500 Freestyle in 5:26.08 while Marin Martin was fourth in 6:32.95. The Indians were first and third in the 200 Freestyle Relay. The foursome of Giguere, Schuette, M. Darnell and S. Darnell won the event in 1:48.75 while Carteaux, Roelfsema, Carroll and Miller were third in 2:00.26. Sydney Darnell was a winner in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:05.61. A pair of freshmen, Carroll and Roelfsema were second and third in the 100 Breaststroke. Carroll swam the distance in 1:24.73 while Roelfsema followed in 1:26.62. Wauseon took the victory in the 400 Freestyle Relay in 3:59.34. The quartet was made up of Carteaux, Schuette and McKenzie and Sydney Darnell.

GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL

Edon 31, Stryker 16

7th grade – After finishing the first half with a 12-12 deadlock, Edon outscored Stryker 19-4 in the second half to run away with the win. Ally Kaylor led the winners with 14 points while Haylee Fulk led Stryker with seven points.

Edon 32, Stryker 14

8th grade – Edon had two players in double figures to guide them to the 18-point win.  Hickman and Kissinger had 15 and 10 points respectively. Kinsey Myers led Stryker with 12 points.

Archbold 22, Pettisville 18

8th grade – The Blue Streaks led the entire game opening up a 9-2 lead after the first quarter on way to the non-league victory. Peterson led Archbold with six points. Pettisville had six points from Kenzi Rivera and Kearsten Zuver to led the Blackbirds.

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