Wednesday, December 28 Scoring Summary
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Ottawa Glandorf 68, Archbold 60
The Streaks entered the final quarter down 46-45, but the Titans won the final period 22-15 to escape the Thunderdome with the victory. There were 15 three-point shots made during the contest. Archbold was led by Bryce Williams’ 18 points that included three baskets from beyond the arc. All of Kaiden Bedsole’s 12 points came from three-point range.
Bryan 50, Lima Bath 40
The Golden Bears put the game away with an 18-12 fourth quarter for the non-league win. Three players finished in double figures for the winners as Jaden Valderas, Peyton Lamberson and Zhane Cupp had 14, 13 and 12 points respectively.
Rossford 68, Swanton 52
No game stats were submitted.
Vision Chrysler Holiday Classic
Wauseon 38, Tinora 26
The Indians battled to the low scoring win to capture the tournament championship. No game stats were submitted.
Paulding 71, North Central 50
In the consolation final Paulding used a 26 point second quarter to put the game away. North Central was led by Keean Livensparger with 11 points, while Cody Tomblin and Josh Roesener added 10 point apiece.
Stryker 53, Delta 21
Stryker put the game away with a 31-10 domination of the second half in the non-conference win. Stryker had three players in double figures led by Colton Benson with 17 points, Israel Agular with 11 and Chase Glock finished with 10 points. Peyton Phillips led Delta with eight points.
Wauseon 72, North Central 23
In a first round game, the Indians dominated throughout the contest as 11 players finished in the scoring column. After taking a 30-3 first quarter lead, Wauseon substituted throughout the remainder of the game. Brooks Gype led Wauseon with 11 points while Carter Bzovi finished with 10 points. Nick Henry and Josh Roesener paced the Eagles with six points apiece.
Tinora 32, North Central 19
In the junior varsity portion of the tournament, Tinora won the consolation contest. The Eagles were led by Hayden Haas and Noah Loveberry with four points apiece.
Wauseon 35, North Central 19
The Indians also defeated North Central during the junior varsity tournament. Wauseon used a 9-0 second quarter run to help themselves to the win. Sean Brock led Wauseon with eight points, all coming during first quarter action. The Eagles were led by Alex Lehsten with six points.
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
Stryker 34, Delta 19
Delta got off to a slow start falling behind 7-0 during the first quarter. Stryker dominated second half action by a 20-9 count to finish with the win. Daniel Fether and Tristin Sampson paced Stryker with 11 points apiece. Delta got six points from Ashton O’Brien.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Pettisville 43, Evergreen 39
The Blackbirds improved to 8-2 in the non-conference battle wit the Vikings. Evergreen opened up a 17-10 first quarter advantage, but Pettisville fought back to tie the game at 21-21 as the first half came to an end. The two teams battled to a 13-13 third quarter before the Blackbirds stole the game with a 9-5 fourth period for the win. Morgan Leppelmeier and sister Alexa Leppelmeier led Pettisville with 16 and 10 points respectively. Despite the loss, the Vikings had three players in double figures as Hannah Herr led with 15 points and Alyssa Noe along with Abi Borojevich added 10 points apiece for Evergreen.
Delta 53, Toledo Bowsher 20
The Panthers broke out to a 16-5 first quarter advantage on way to their lopsided win. Maddie Mattimore had the hot hand for Delta finishing with 22 points. Mary Miller finished in double figures as well with 12 points.
Archbold 53, Perrysburg 44
The Streaks stayed perfect in 10 games with the nine-point victory. A 17-7 first quarter advantage held up throughout the game as Archbold maintained the upper hand the whole way. Kierstyn Repp connected for 20 points, including four three-point shots to lead her team. Andi Peterson also helped the cause finishing with 17 points for Archbold.
Patrick Henry 67, Wauseon 56
The Indians were eliminated from championship contention in the Northwest Signal Holiday Tournament with the 11-point loss to NWOAL opponent Patrick Henry. Despite the loss, Wauseon had three players in double figures led by a solid 22-points performance by Brianna Casellano. Karli Penrod finished with 12 points and Rylee Campbell added 10 points.