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BGHS hockey wins, 25-0 (2-14-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 15 February 2014 00:40

Bowling Green won its eighth straight game Friday, posting a 25-0 win over Ottawa Hills in the first round of the district high school hockey playoffs at Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter.
The game was called after two periods because of the 10-goal mercy rule.
Michael Shilling and Aaron Crawford each had three goals for BG, which received goals from a total of 14 players.
The Bobcats had 74 shots on goal to just one for OH.
BG, ranked ninth in the state, is 18-9-1 overall.
“We’re in a no-win situation in a game like this,” BG coach Dan DeWitt said. “The only good thing is the players who might not have gotten a lot of ice time in some of the last few tight games we’ve played got plenty of ice time.”
The Bobcats play Perrysburg or Maumee in the quarterfinals Tuesday night at 8.

BASKETBALL
BOYS
Rossford 76, Genoa 64
In Genoa, Mack Miller scored 19 points, and Nate Childress added 17 points and 10 rebounds to help Rossford remain in second place in the Northern Buckeye Conference.
The Bulldogs, 13-4 overall, are 10-2 in the NBC. Lake leads the conference at 12-1.
Rossford had two other players in double figures — Ryan Niese chipped in with 16 and Marty Linthicum had 11. Miller also had five assists.
Luke Rightnowar scored 27 points and Casey Gose had 18 for Genoa (8-12, 6-7).

Eastwood 67, Elmwood 43
In Luckey, Eastwood took a  28-1 lead after one quarter to improve to 14-5 overall and 9-3 in the NBC.
Jake Schmeltz led the Eagles with 17 points, while Grant Peters added 15 .
Trevor Solether led Elmwood (6-15, 5-8) with 23 points and Aaron Arnold had 11.

Upper Scioto Valley 72,
North Baltimore 39
In McGuffey, Upper Scioto Valley led 23-6 after the first quarter of a nonleague game. It led 41-11 by halftime.
Jacob Frost led North Baltimore (7-12) with 14 points and Tyler Trumbull added 11.

Emmanuel Christian 40,
Northwood 27
In Northwood, Dustin Sigurdson had 10 points for Northwood, 1-17 overall and 0-13 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.
EC is 5-14, 2-11.

GIRLS
Fostoria St. Wendelin 33,
Lakota 23
In Kansas, Katie Park scored 14 points for Lakota, 4-16 overall and 1-9 in the Midland Athletic League.
St. Wendelin is 6-3 in the MAL.

BOWLING
BOYS
Rossford finishes first
In Napoleon, Rossford won the Division II sectional at River City Bowl-a-Way, totaling 3,945 pins in the event.
Eastwood failed to advance to the district tournament, finishing in seventh at 3,310. In a separate sectional, Lakota also failed to advance.
The Bulldogs recorded the highest regulation set of 2,832 on the strength of the top two individuals in the field.
Mason Robinson, who used a 276 middle game for a 668 series, was the individual medalist. His teammate Brennan Reynolds was second with a final game of 258 for a 652.
The Bulldogs had high games of 223 and 199 in their Baker set for 1,113.
Kyle Waynick led Eastwood with a 213 middle game in his 551 series. He finished 12th individually.
In Port Clinton, Jacob Stewart led Lakota with a 177 game and a 466 set, as the Raiders finished 10th at 2,870.
Rossford and the other district finalists will bowl next Saturday at Westland Lanes, Lima, at 3 p.m.

BGHS 25, OTTAWA HILLS 0
GOALS BY PERIOD
OTTAWA HILLS        0    0    — 0
BGHS        9    16    —25
FIRST PERIOD
(No times listed on the
scoresheet for any of the goals)
Scoring: 1, BG Chambers (Senn, DeWitt). 2, BG Senn (Chambers). 3, BG O’Brien (Cousino, Robinson). 4, BG Costic (Furnas, Crawford). 5, BG DeWitt (Chambers). 6, BG O’Brien (Robinson). 7, BG Shilling (Powers, Jennings), 8, BG Crawford (Furnas, Rich). 9, BG Furnas (unassisted).
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 10, BG DeWitt (Chambers). 11, BG Senn (Mankowski). 12, BG O’Brein (Rogowski). 13, BG Crawford (Rich, Furnas). 14, BG Cousino (Shilling, Powers). 15, BG Crawford (Cousino). 16, BG Rich (Smith, Mayberry). 17, BG Chambers (DeWitt). 18, BG Costic (O’Brien). 19, BG Shilling (unassisted). 20, BG Jennings (Shilling). 21, BG Smith (Senn, DeWitt). 22, BG Robinson (Smith). 23, BG Robinson (Dubasik, Powers). 24, BG Shilling (Rogowski, Cousino). 25, BG O’Brien (Shilling).
SAVES BY PERIOD
Konoff, OH        26    23    —    49
Fausnaugh, BG        1    0    —    1
Goalie statistics (goals against/minutes played): (OH) Konoff 25/30; (BG) Koldan 0/30.
Penalties-Minutes: OH 0-0, BG 0-0.
Power plays: OH 0-0, BG 0-00.

 

BOYS
MAUMEE 55, BGHS 53, OT
MAUMEE
Kontak, 1-2-0—8; Callahan, 4-0—8; Mauro, 1-4—6; Syzmanski, 4-0—8; Utter, 7-4—18; Schriner, 2-0—4; Calopietro, 0-0—0; Harding, 0-1-0—3; Matcham, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-3-8—55.
BGHS
Stone, 7-9—23; Hinton, 2-2-0—10; Gardner, 0-3-1—10; Carsey, 1-0—2; Riggs, 0-0—0; Walker, 1-0—2; Ludwig, 0-1—1; Stewart, 0-1-0—3; Leader, 0-0—0; Markey, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 11-6-13—53.
MAUMEE    12    12    14    8    9    —55
BGHS    7    13    19    7    7    —53
Junior varsity: BG, 56-36.

SOUTHVIEW 63, PERRYSBURG 48
SOUTHVIEW
J. Schaffer, 1-1-1—6; Miller, 0-1-0—3; Kalniz, 0-0—0; Morrison, 2-2—6; Sherman, 0-0—0; Bankston, 1-0—2; Roberts, 7-4—18; Wooddall, 1-1-6—11; Hall, 5-1—11; Eggleston, 2-0—4; Marshall, 1-0—2; Gilmore, 0-0—0; Rice, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 20-3-14—63.
PERRYSBURG
Thomas, 1-0—2; Mesker, 0-0—0; Zimmerman, 0-4—4; Kaczinski, 4-4—12; Moschetti, 5-1—11; Vrzal, 0-0—0; Jordan, 1-0—2; Hafner, 2-1—5; Patterson, 5-2—12; Schrock, 0-0—0; Adams, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-12—48.
SOUTHVIEW    9    17    20    17    —63
PERRYSBURG    12    11    10    15    —48
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 57-50.

EASTWOOD 67, ELMWOOD 43
ELMWOOD
Peter, 1-0—2; Buckingham, 0-2-1—7; Arnold, 3-1-2—11; Solether, 8-7—23. TOTALS: 12-3-10—43.
EASTWOOD
Peters, 6-3—15; Smith, 0-1-0—3; Flipse, 2-2—6;  Bradley, 2-2—6; Schmeltz, 2-2-7—17; Rahe, 3-0—6; Jacoby, 1-1—3; Coffman, 0-1-1–4; Hoodlebrink, 1-1-2—7. TOTALS: 17-5-18—67.
ELMWOOD    1    14    16    12    —43
EASTWOOD    28    14    17    8    —67
Junior varsity: Eastwood, 52-46.

ROSSFORD 76, GENOA 64
ROSSFORD
Miller, 5-3-0—19; Niese, 5-2-0—16; Sinclair, 1-1—3; Davis, 1-0—2; Burks, 2-1—5; Sauter, 0-1-0—3; Linthicum, 5-1—11; Childress, 5-7—17. TOTALS: 24-6-10—76.
GENOA
Kauder, 1-2-0—8; Heninger, 0-1—1; Brennan, 0-1-0—3; Goodrich, 1-0—2; Gose, 4-2-4—18; Brossia, 0-1-0—3; Rightnowar, 7-2-7—27. TOTALS: 13-8-14—64.
ROSSFORD    14    19    22    21    —76
GENOA    13    15    9    27    —64
Junior varsity: Rossford, 55-36.

LAKE 80, OTSEGO 72
LAKE
Jared Rettig, 4-1-0—11; Walters, 2-0—4; C. Witt, 0-3—3; Neal, 3-1-5—14; Bowen, 13-4-10—48; Jacob Rettig, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 22-6-8—80.
OTSEGO
Myers, 9-1-16—27; Horseman, 2-1-0—7; Scherff, 4-2-2—16; Downs, 2-1-1—8; Thomas, 3-2-0—12; Hosely, 1-0—2; Hefflinger, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-7-9—72.
LAKE    21    23    21    15    —80
OTSEGO    20    19    14    19    —72
Junior varsity: Lake, 42-39, OT.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 72,
NORTH BALTIMORE 39
NORTH BALTIMORE
Newcomer, 1-1-0—5; De Los Reyes, 0-1—1; Frost, 1-4-0—14; Watson, 0-2—2; Wright, 0-2—2; Trumbull, 3-5—11; McMahon, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 8-5-8—39.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY
Rosteler, 3-1-0—9; G. Howard, 2-1-0—7; Hurley, 3-1-0—7; Hensicker, 4-2-2—16; Evans, 1-0—2; Compton, 2-0—6; Prater, 5-0—10; Parker, 4-1-2—13; H. Howard, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 23-8-4—72.
NB    6    5    16    12    —39
USV    23    18    21    10    —72
Junior varsity: USV, 48-42, OT.

EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 40,
NORTHWOOD 27
EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN
TOTALS: 11-2-11—40.
NORTHWOOD
Cathers, 2-0—4; Woody, 1-1-0—5; Sigurdson, 2-2-0—10; Sutton, 0-1-1—4; Vickers, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 7-4-1—27.
EC    12    12    7    9    —40
NORTHWOOD    8    5    10    4    —27
Junior varsity: unavailable.

GIRLS
FOSTORIA ST. WENDELIN 33, LAKOTA 23
FOSTORIA ST. WENDELIN
Burns, 2-2—6; McAfee, 4-1—9; Mowery, 1-3—5; Rutter, 3-1-2—11; Williams, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 11-1-8—33.
LAKOTA
Alloway, 2-0—4; B. Long-Meyer, 1-1—3; D. Long-Meyer, 1-0—2; Park, 5-4—14. TOTALS: 9-5—23.
ST. WENDELIN    6    11    10    6    —33    
LAKOTA    4    5    9    5    —23
Junior varsity: no game played.

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