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BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Fayette 44, Delta 23 – The Panthers only scored two points in the initial quarter and one point in the third quarter as the Eagles gathered up the non-conference win. Joel Smith hit two-3s and led Fayette with 14 points.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Pettisville 39, Patrick Henry 36 – After being outscored 21-12 in the first half, the Blackbirds heated up and won the second half 27-15 for the win. Morgan Leppelmeier led Pettisville with 22 points including seven 2s and eight makes at the foul line. Pettisville improves to 12-7 for the season.
Edon 61, Fairview 51 – Kaitlyn Sonneberger connected for 25 points including 11-2s and 3 0f 4 at the foul line to guide the Bombers to the win. Edon led 32-17 at the break thanks in large part to Sonneberger’s 13 second-quarter points. Breanna Davis helped the Edon cause as well with 11 points.
Swanton 43, Hilltop 34 – (No game stats received)
Edgerton 41, North Central 27 – (No game stats received)
Stryker 49, Antwerp 36 – The Panthers had three players in double figures. Haley Doehrmann led the assault with 13 points followed by 10 apiece from Paige Speelmam and Taylor Haines. Stryker used a strong third quarter as they outscored Antwerp 14-7 over the eight minutes to help themselves to the win.
Evergreen 71, Adrian (MI) 21 – (No game stats received)
Montpelier 52, Tinora 47 – The Locomotives took a 36-22 lead at the break then held off a second half rally to grab their 11th win of the season. Hannah Blake added to her school record point total connecting for 14 points. Mckenna Quaderer added nine and Maddie Richmond finished with eight.
Bryan 57, Van Wert 33 – (No game stats received)
GIRLS J.V. BASKETBALL
Pettisville 40, Patrick Henry 34 – The Blackbirds improved to 14-5 on the season with their non-conference win. Pettisville used a 17-7 fourth quarter advantage to propel them to the win. Brandi Schnitkey led the Blackbirds with 10 points.
Evergreen 41, Adrian (MI) 15 – (No game stats received)
BOYS SWIM & DIVE
Wauseon 131, Ayersville 35 – 200 Yard Medley Relay: 1st Wauseon (Kyle Vernot, Caleb Blanchong, Mac Warncke, Christian Suarez 2:01.73; 200 Yard Freestyle: 1st Nicholas Dilworth, Wauseon, 1:52.42; 200 Yard IM: 1st Mac Warncke, Wauseon, 2:35.98; 50 Yard Freestyle: 1st Ryan Scherer, Wauseon, 24.60; Dive: 1st Tony Schweinhagen, Wauseon, 195.23; 100 Yard Butterfly: 1st Mac Warncke, Wauseon, 1:05.97; 100 Yard Freestyle: 1st Nicholas Dilworth, Wauseon, 52.29; 500 Yard Freestyle: 1st Austin Schuette, Wauseon, 5:11.20; 200 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1st Wauseon (Aaron Beck, Mac Warncke, Seth Hutchison, Austin Schuette) 1:42.72; 100 Yard Backstroke: 1st Justin Wank, Ayersville, 1:15.07; 100 Yard Breaststroke: 1st Caleb Blanchong, Wauseon, 1:15.89; 400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1st Wauseon, (Aaron Beck, Zach Fink, Lukas Dominque, Austin Schuette) 4:00.06.
GIRLS SWIM & DIVE
Wauseon 133, Ayersville 31 – 200 Yard Medley Relay: 1st Wauseon,2:05.51; 200 Yard Freestyle: 1st Kasey Darnell, Wauseon, 2:05.86; 200 Yard IM: 1st Sydney Darnell, Wauseon, 2:17.58; 50 Yard Freestyle: 1st McKenzie Darnell, Wauseon, 25.85; Dive: 1st Patience Bachman, Wauseon, 179.40; 100 Yard Butterfly: 1st Sydney Darnell, Wauseon, 1:01.94; 100 Yard Freestyle: 1st McKenzie Darnell, Wauseon, 56.27; 500 Yard Freestyle: 1st Kasey Darnell, Wauseon, 5:32.20; 200 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1st Wauseon (Brianna Coger, Kate Precht, Alexys Carteaux, Audrey Thacker) 1:59.19; 100 Yard Backstroke: 1st Mikayla Russell, Wauseon, 1:24.82; 100 Yard Breaststroke: 1st Sydney Baynes, Wauseon, 1:29.03; 400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1st Wauseon, (Brianna Coger, Audrey Thacker, Amanda Stutzman, Kasey Darnell) 4:40.79.
JH BOYS BASKETBALL
Wauseon 41, Delta 10 (8th grade) – (No game stats received)
Wauseon 43, Montpelier 14 (7th grade) – Connar Penrod poured in 25 of the team’s points as the young Indians advanced to the semi-final round in the league tournament. Also contributing with points were Tyson Britsch, Jacob Hageman, Isaac Wilson, Ayden Cheney, Easton Delgado and Hunter Nofziger. The Indians improved their record to 14-2.
Stryker 35, Fayette 23 (7th grade) – The Panthers jumped out to an 18-6 lead after one half and went on to advance to the final round of the BBC tournament. Spencer Clingaman led Stryker with 13 points and Kaleb Holsopple added 12 points. Phillip Whiteside led the Eagles with 11.
Stryker 33, Tinora 23 – The game was close over the first two quarters with Styrker holding a one-point lead at the half. The Panthers then put the game away with a 13-2 advantage in the third quarter. Noah Huffman and Sean Shindledecker led the Panthers with nine point apiece.