PG tops DSJ in boys basketball | Jobi Cool

DELPHOS – Pandora-Gilboa rallied from a 21-16 halftime deficit to win 51-49 boys highschool basketball Saturday towards Delphos St. John’s.

Aiden Harris (11), Derek Maag (10) and Jake Maag (10) every scored in double figures for PG. Cameron Elwer scored 19 factors and Landen Grothaus scored 12 for DSJ.

Carey 47, Bluffton 43

BLUFFTON – Landen Worchester scored 10 factors and Wade Ginther and Terron Boblitt every had 9 for the host Pirates.

Van Wert 68, Bryan 44

VAN WERT — Aidan Pratt had 19 factors and Garrett Gunther 10 for the host Cougars.

62 Columbus Grove,

Kalida 45

COLUMBUS GROVE — Evan Sautter had 10 factors and Zach Reynolds had eight factors for Grove. Evan Stechschulte scored 23 factors and Ethan Warnecke and Jaden Smith every had 10 factors for Kalida.

Spencerville 66, Arlington 44

SPENCERVILLE – Caden Orr (17), Josh Henline (14), Dylan Smith (11) and Carter Sudhoff (10) every scored in double figures for the host Bearcats (12-1).

Ada 67, Hardin Northern 49

DOLA – Carter Conley had 27 factors and Spencer Wall had 17 for Ada. Zeb Wilson had 20 factors and Sean Kuhlman had 10 for Hardin Northern.


Name of the Lions

WAPAKONETA — Wapakoneta gained the boys and mixed titles.

Wapak’s boys had 263 factors whereas Shawnee (205) completed second. The Redskins had a complete of 431, with Ottawa-Glandorf (399.5) ending second.

The Wapakoneta 200 medley relay group of Owen Becker, Ross Honigford, Aidan Schneider and Luke Wierwille, the 200 freestyle relay group of Gannon Casebolt, Julian Jordan, Becker and Alex Honigford and the 400 freestyle relay group of Casebolt, Wierw Wachauf and Alex. Honigford completed first.

Alex Honigford additionally gained the 200 IM and 100 freestyle and Wierwille and Ross Honigford have been first within the 100 breaststroke and 50 freestyle.

Van Wert’s Sam Houg (200 freestyle) and (100 butterfly) in 54.64, Celina’s Jackson Newcomb (500 freestyle) and Bluffton’s Riley Verb (100 backstroke) have been additionally particular person winners.

Within the women competitors, Ottawa-Glandorf (256.5) was first and Bluffton (192) was second.

Shawneen’s Morgan Schimmoeller, Ansley Newman, Addisyn Newman and Kayla Frost gained the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle relay.

Celina’s Brooklyn Bourne (100 and 200 freestyle) and Botkins’ Bella Bucio (100 backstroke and 500 freestyle) every had double wins.

Addis’ Newman (100 breaststroke), Ottawa-Glandorf’s Marissa Beckett (200 IM) and Taylor Knott (100 butterfly) and Bluffton’s Jenna Downey (50 freestyle) every gained a person occasion.

Wapakoneta’s Adyson Krouse, Kya Sutton, Lucia Ferreira Rodriguez and Callie Sutton gained the 400 freestyle relay.


Invitation to the Sielski memorial

COLDWATER — St. Marys fell 43-24 to Liberty Middle within the No. 1 recreation. Van Wert was fifth, Coldwater was seventh and Columbus Grove was ninth.

Regional opponents who went undefeated have been included

Coldwater’s Sam Obringer and Shane Ontrop, St. Marys’ Tate Hisey, Michael Crites, Keegan Sharpe and Jace Shaefer and Van Wert’s Keaton Sudduth.

Boys bowling

Wapakoneta 2,572,

Shawnee 2,270

LIMA — Lance Deffenbaugh had a game-high (218) and two-game streak (364) for Wapakoneta at twentieth Century Lanes. Teammate Eli Van Meter had a 363 sequence. Matthew Owen had a excessive recreation (222) and streak (389) for Shawnee.

Chilly water 2,999,

Fort Restoration 2,681

FORT RECOVERY – Brandon Hammons had a recreation excessive (256) and two recreation streak (440) for Coldwater.

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,408,

Lima Senior 2,276

Cooper Twining (187), Antoine Cowan (161) and Yahir Brito-Diaz (161) had excessive video games for Lima Senior. OG’s particular person outcomes weren’t reported by deadline.

Ladies bowling

Lima Senior 2 178,

Ottawa Glandorf 2,039

Tatum Twining had a recreation excessive (248) and two recreation streak (437) for Lima Senior. Teammate Lexi Werling performed 170 video games. OG’s particular person scores weren’t introduced by deadline.


Males’s basketball

Ohio Northern 61,

Muskingham 50

ADA – Ohio Northern gained the Ohio Athletic Convention recreation on the King Horn Sports activities Middle.

The Polar Bears enhance to 7-8 total and 3-5 within the OAC, whereas the Combating Muskies fall to 1-14 (1-7 OAC).

CJ Napier led ONU with 24 factors. Mason Studer scored a career-high 11 factors.

Ladies’s basketball

Ohio Northern 65,

Muskingum 47

ADA – Brynn Serbin, Ottoville graduate Kasey Knippe and Layla Dials all scored in double figures to guide 18th-ranked Ohio Northern to a victory on the ONU Sports activities Middle.

The Polar Bears improved to 14-1 total and 8-0 within the OAC, whereas the Muskies fall to 4-11 (1-7 OAC).

Serbini had 14 factors to guide ONU. Dials got here off the bench and scored 12 factors, and Knippen had 10.



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