High School Sports
Saturday night's state prep basketball scores (3-8-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Associated Press   
Saturday, 08 March 2014 22:41
Division I
Cin. Moeller 55, Fairborn 43
Cle. E. Tech 79, Mentor 63
Cle. St. Ignatius 67, Berea-Midpark 64
Cols. Northland 64, Westerville Cent. 53
Cols. Upper Arlington 55, Gahanna Lincoln 49
Dublin Coffman 61, Newark 50
Huber Hts. Wayne 49, Fairfield 45
Lakewood St. Edward 74, Brunswick 62
Mansfield Sr. 43, Perrysburg 29
Massillon Jackson 74, Can. Timken 49
Middletown 54, Wilmington 53
Pickerington Cent. 58, Zanesville 42
(updated: 10:31 p.m.) Perrysburg boys fall in district final (3-8-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by THOMAS SCHMELTZ/Sentinel Sports Writer   
Saturday, 08 March 2014 22:15
Perrysburg's Quinn Thomas (right) and Mansfield Senior's Naradain James dive for the ball. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Naturally, the fate of Perrysburg’s boys basketball season came down to how many shots it made Saturday night.
The Yellow Jackets and Mansfield Senior were nearly identical in every statistical category in a Division I district final — except in field goals made.
Perrysburg struggled in every way imaginable offensively, resulting in a season-ending 43-29 loss to the Tygers at the Stroh Center. PHOTO GALLERY
The ’Jackets (21-4) were just 10-of-44 (22.7 percent) from the floor and 9-of-16 (56.3 percent) from the free-throw line.
Last Updated on Monday, 10 March 2014 14:29
(updated 10:45 p.m.) Colonel Crawford's boys top Eastwood, 42-36 (3-6-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JORDAN CRAVENS, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 06 March 2014 23:09
Eastwood's Michael Flipse (right) shoots against Colonel Crawford's Nate Klingenberger during their Division III District Semi-Final game Thursday night at Ashland University. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
ASHLAND — Colonel Crawford went straight for Eastwood’s Achilles’ heel on Thursday — limiting the Eagles’ leading scorer, Jake Schmeltz, to just five points in a 42-36 Division III district semifinal win. PHOTO GALLERY
“They did a great job on him. He had to work for every shot he had,” said Eastwood coach Matt Routson.
Schmeltz had the first three points of the game, and then was held to just one field goal the remainder of the contest.
“It’s a tough loss, but I am so proud of what we accomplished,” Routson said.
“We played our hearts out. We talked about making the most of every opportunity, and I felt like we did that. We left everything out on the court.
“A couple of shots didn’t fall for us, and that was the difference.”
Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 09:20
Prep Roundup: Spangenberg 38th at state bowling tourney (3-8-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Saturday, 08 March 2014 02:02
Jacob Spangenberg, a Bowling Green High School bowler, shot games of 197, 170 and 193 for a 560 series in the Division I state bowling finals in Columbus Friday.
He finished 38th.
On March 1, also in Columbus, Hannah Cook from Eastwood, finished in a tie for 33rd place in the Division II state finals.
She rolled games of 158, 161 and 192 for a 511 series.

Junior high results
Bowling Green beat McCord, 36-14 in the Northern Lakes League tournament. Angelina Mendieta led BG with 14 points, and Callie Scheier scored 12.
(updated: 10:23 p.m.) Perrysburg's boys hold on to beat Findlay (3-6-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by THOMAS SCHMELTZ/Sentinel Sports Writer   
Thursday, 06 March 2014 22:26
Perrysburg's Matt Mesker (middle) moves the ball away from Findlay's Austin Gutting (right) near teammate Quinn Thomas (10). (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
TONTOGANY — Perrysburg’s boys basketball team has become fond of taking control of tournament games in high-pressure situations.
The Yellow Jackets seized another opportunity to do just that in Thursday night’s 41-38 Division I district semifinal win over Findlay at Otsego High School.
Trailing 38-37 with 1:45 to play, Perrysburg forward Matt Kaczinski hit a jumper from the left elbow putting the ’Jackets up 39-38. Just 27 seconds later guard Matt Mesker jumped the passing lane at midcourt, resulting in a steal and a contested layup, giving Perrysburg its three-point cushion. It was Mesker’s only basket of the game. PHOTO GALLERY
“We said in the second half we had to keep getting pressure on them but not foul, and sooner or later we had to come up with something,” Perrysburg coach Dave Boyce said. “Mesker’s play was absolutely huge and he made a tough shot.”
“I don’t even know what I was thinking, it was just instincts,” Mesker said. “I saw the ball in the air and then I saw that (Austin) Gutting was going for it so I thought I had to take a chance and go for the steal.”
Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 09:23
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