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Prep Roundup: Eastwood boys beat Woodmore for 12th win (02-12-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:20
Eastwood's boys basketball team improved to 12-5 overall Tuesday in a 73-45 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Woodmore.
Jake Schmeltz and Zach Jacoby scored 18 points each to lead the Eagles.
In other boys games it was: Lake 75, Rossford 69; Anthony Wayne 50, Perrysburg 49; Napoleon 52, Bowling Green 50; Elmwood 75, Genoa 68; Otsego 51, Fostoria 42; Danbury 50, Northwood 40; and Carey 77, North Baltimore 45.
In girls games it was: Genoa 49, Otsego, 34; Oak Harbor 58, Lakota 24; and Northwood 47, Emmanuel Christian 23.

Eastwood 73,
Woodmore 45
In Luckey, Grant Peters added 12 points in the NBC win.
Eastwood is 8-3 in the conference.
(updated 11:25 p.m.) State-wide prep scores (1-11-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By The Associated Press   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 23:37
Tuesday’s Scores
By The Associated Press
Boys Basketball
Akr. Coventry 77, Hartville Lake Center Christian 48
Akr. Ellet 65, Akr. North 58
Akr. Hoban 37, Gates Mills Gilmour 33
Akr. Manchester 60, Atwater Waterloo 51
Akr. Springfield 65, Doylestown Chippewa 54
Amanda-Clearcreek 58, Lancaster Fairfield Union 40
Arcanum 66, Milton-Union 62, OT
Athens 65, Albany Alexander 39
Austintown Fitch 61, Alliance Marlington 40
Avon 55, N. Olmsted 47
Avon Lake 45, Grafton Midview 42
Beachwood 45, Cuyahoga Hts. 43
Beaver Eastern 49, Ironton St. Joseph 36
Bedford 72, Warren Harding 59
Bellbrook 58, Brookville 56
Bellevue 56, Sandusky 55
Berlin Hiland 93, E. Can. 57
Bloom-Carroll 55, Circleville Logan Elm 31
Bloomdale Elmwood 75, Genoa Area 68
Brooklyn 67, Oberlin 61
Buffalo, W.Va. 76, Willow Wood Symmes Valley 68
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 00:25
(updated 11 p.m.) AW slips past Perrysburg, 50-49 (2-11-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By JORDAN CRAVENS, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 23:07

PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg’s boys basketball team had opportunities to seal its Northern Lakes League championship fate on Tuesday, but the Yellow Jackets failed to capitalize in a 50-49 loss to Anthony Wayne.
Perrysburg, ranked sixth in the latest Division I state poll, dropped to 10-2 in the NLL and 17-2 overall. Four teams —  Perrysburg, Springfield, Southview and Anthony Wayne, all remain in the hunt for the league title with two games remaining in league play.
“Both teams had chances tonight to take control of the game and neither team really did,” said Perrysburg coach Dave Boyce.
“I think the difference in the game was with the 50-50 plays,” Boyce continued. “We didn’t capitalize on deflections and loose balls and they got a bunch of offensive rebounds.”
With 2:24 remaining, it seemed Perrysburg had grabbed the momentum for good with a 3-pointer by Matt Mesker putting the ‘Jackets up 47-45. Nick Moschetti pushed the lead to 49-45 with two free throws with a minute remaining.
But a Matt Fox 3-pointer, his fifth of the game, followed by a Hunter Johnson layup with 19 seconds remaining, gave AW a 50-49 lead, while delivering a crushing blow to Perrysburg.
The ‘Jackets had a chance to score on a layup and a second shot off an offensive rebound, but neither shot would fall.
Nate Patterson paced Perrysburg with 16 points. Moschetti added 13 and Matt Kaczinski had 10.
(more later)

Fox, 0-5-4—19;  Breymaier, 0-0—0; Reid, 9-3—21; Mruzek, 0-1-0—3; Yunker, 0-0—0; Conrad, 0-0—0; Allen, 1-1—3; Johnson, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-6-8—50.
Thomas, 0-0—0; Mesker, 0-1-0—3; Kaczinski, 2-6—10; Moschetti, 4-1-2—13; Patterson, 7-2—16; Hafner, 0-1-2—5; Zimmerman, 0-0—0; Adams, 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14-3-12—49.
AW    6    13    17    14    —50
PERRYSBURG    10    14    12    13    —49
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 55-50, OT

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 23:59
(updated: 11:47 p.m.) Lake holds off Rossford, 75-69 (02-11-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By THOMAS SCHMELTZ, Sentinel Sports Writer   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 23:32
Lake's Todd Walters (10) guides the ball towards the basket as Rossford's Brian Burks (31) and Cota Sinclair (12) reach to defend. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
MILLBURY — Lake and Rossford — the biggest Northern Buckeye Conference game to date came down to the wire as expected.
Both teams had one conference loss, and both were vying to sit atop the standings alone.  PHOTO GALLERY
It lived up to every expectation imaginable.
Lake let a 25-point second-half lead dwindle to three, but the Flyers, led by Connor Bowen, out-lasted the Bulldogs 75-69 in an NBC thriller Tuesday night.
“When you tell the kids you’re up 25, then shots don’t start to fall,” Lake coach Ryan Bowen said. “(Rossford) starts making some big shots and before you know it you’re in a game. But at least our kids stayed consistent and battled and got ourselves a pretty tough win.
“I told our coaches, ‘Our kids won the first half, our coaches had to win the second half,’” coach Bowen said. “And we almost blew it for them because we did some pretty dumb things in the second half.”
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:33
(updated 11:05 p.m.) Napoleon boys edge BG, 52-50 (2-11-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JACK CARLE, Sentinel Sports Editor   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 22:20
Bowling Green's Trey Walker (21) shoots against Napoleon's Anson Lankenau (left) and Brett Lauf (right) during their game Tuesday night. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Bowling Green had two chances for potential game-winning shots in the final 10 seconds on 3-pointers Tuesday, but neither shot would fall allowing Napoleon to escape with a 52-50 Northern Lakes League victory.
BG’s final chance was a three-quarter court heave by LaMonta´ Stone, that hit the backboard just to the right of the rim as the buzzer sounded.
Just seconds before Stone’s miss, Aidan Markey missed a 3-pointer from the right wing.
BG head coach Mark Malinowski was hoping one of the threes would fall for the Bobcats, who dropped a 41-40 decision at Napoleon on Jan. 11 when Blake Dunbar hit a 3-pointer as time expired.
‘‘We could never just get quite over the hump ... We didn’t do the little things,’’ Malinowski said.
Rebounding was BG’s biggest problem. Napoleon held a 42-24 rebounding edge and the Wildcats had 14 offensive rebounds to just two for the Bobcats.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:37
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