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(updated: 11:46 p.m.) Perrysburg boys down AW, 53-41, in sectional matchup (2-28-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by THOMAS SCHMELTZ/Sentinel Sports Writer   
Friday, 28 February 2014 23:24
Perrysburg's Nate Patterson (43) is congratulated by teammate Trevor Hafner (right) near a head coach Dave Boyce (right) after being sidelined to rest in the final seconds of a sectional game against Anthony Wayne. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
TONTOGANY — There are no secrets between teams when they meet as often as Perrysburg and Anthony Wayne have throughout the years.
The familiar foes know each others ins and outs and recent scores show it.  PHOTO GALLERY
The two met for the third time this season Friday night in a Division I sectional final, and the Yellow Jackets claimed the season series with a 53-41 win at Otsego High School.
The Northern Lakes League rivals have faced off nine times in the last three years. Including Friday night’s game, the average margin of victory for each team this season was just five points per game.
Perrysburg led 42-38 with 5:26 to play before the ’Jackets scored 11 of the game’s final 14 points.
“When you face a team for the third time, it doesn’t come down to X’s and O’s, it comes down to who has more heart and who wants it more,” said Perrysburg center Nate Patterson.
Last Updated on Saturday, 01 March 2014 09:22
(updated 10:30 p.m.) Rogers runs past Flyers, 94-74 (2-28-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JACK CARLE, Sentinel Sports Editor   
Friday, 28 February 2014 22:04
Rogers' Alejandro Williams (left) guards Lake's Jared Rettig as he handles the ball during their Division II Sectional match Friday night at Clay High School. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
OREGON  — Lake won 21 games this season by pushing the ball in transition at every opportunity.
Friday night in the Division II sectional final at Oregon Clay, the Flyers found themselves battling a Toledo Rogers team which also likes to run, is athletic, and has a 6-foot-9, and a 6-7 inside presence.
Rogers, which advanced to the state championship game in Division I last season, jumped ahead early and never let Lake get untracked on the way to a 94-74 win.  PHOTO GALLERY
‘‘When you want to run with us, it’s OK,’’ Rogers head coach Earl Morris said. ‘‘We can play half-court, too, but we are more effective when we are out and running.’’
Morris said he was not surprised Lake didn’t try to slow things down.
‘‘That’s the way they have been playing all year,’’ Morris said. ‘‘You don’t change for one game.’’
Last Updated on Saturday, 01 March 2014 09:25
4 Perrysburg wrestlers win at state PDF Print E-mail
Written by JOE SZYMCZAK, Sentinel Sports Writer   
Friday, 28 February 2014 10:07
COLUMBUS - Four of Perrysburg's eight wrestlers are still alive in the championship round and the team is in sixth place after Thursday's action in the Division I state tournament at the Schottenstein Center.
J.P. Newton (152) advanced with a win over Noah Edwards of Twinsburg, 12-4. Newton took an early lead at the end of the first period with a takedown and a near fall. He kept command on his feet in the final two periods to secure the win.
At 182, Rocco Caywood took a 9-2 lead over Nate Hall of Lewis Center Olentangy in the first period, using two sets of takedowns and nearfalls. He scored a takedown in the second period and coasted to an 11-3 win.
Kadin Llewellyn (195) won a close one over Gerald Thornberry of Moeller. Llewellyn's early takedown in the first period held up for a 3-1 win.
Cale Bonner had a squeaker at 285. After a scoreless first period, Bonner escaped early in the second period to take a 1-0 lead over Seth Maylor of Massillon Perry. Bonner rode out the third period for the 1- 0 win.
All four are in the quarterfinals.
Three Yellow Jacket wrestlers are still alive in the consolation quarterfinals.
Prep Roundup: 2-28-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune   
Friday, 28 February 2014 10:38
Junior high results
Perrysburg beat Napoleon, 37-17. Nadeen Jemaa scored 12 points for the Yellow Jackets, now 9-1 overall and 6-1 in the Northern Lakes League
Napoleon handed Perrysburg its first loss of the season, 34-29. Ashlynn Brown scored eight points and Kristina DeMarco added seven for the Yellow Jackets.
Anthony Wayne beat Bowing Green, 34-27. Holly Roe, Alexis Kisor, and Cailyn Overhulse each scored eight points for the Bobcats.
(updated: 10:58 p.m.) BGHS girls battle, fall to Toledo Rogers (2-27-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JORDAN CRAVENS/Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 27 February 2014 23:11
BG's Kendal Glandorff (12) gets tangled up with Rogers' Keasja Peace (right) for the ball. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
PERRYSBURG — Bowling Green’s girls basketball team battled to the final possession, but came up just short in a 71-68 Division II district semifinal loss to a talented, athletic Toledo Rogers team at Perrysburg High School.
After trailing for nearly the entire game, the Bobcats battled to within one point in the fourth quarter. Bowling Green had a chance to tie the game with 23 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, but was unable to execute the offensive set and turned the ball over. PHOTO GALLERY
“It’s a shame we didn’t win, but I am so proud of these kids,” BG coach Jeff Nichols said. “They are one of the most athletic teams we have seen this year and they have several Division I commits, but they had to play 32 minutes tonight.”
BG was led by senior point guard Hanna Williford who finished with 26 points. Tyanna Smith, who had to sit out much of the third quarter due to foul trouble, finished with 20 points and eight rebounds, including 16 first-half points. Smith made 10 free throws in a row through the first three quarters. Kendal Glandorff had 11 points and two blocked shots.
A Reagan Morman jumper from the wing with 1:56 remaining in the fourth quarter cut the lead to 66-64. Later, a Williford steal and layup made it 69-68 with 50 seconds remaining.
BG fouled to extend the game and Rogers’ Akienreh Johnson hit two free throws to make it 71-68. Johnson had 21 points for Rogers (21-4) and Sasha Dailey added 17. Both have made commitments to Division I schools.
“You can look back and we can look at a couple of calls here and there, a free throw here, a turnover there,” Nichols said. “You can’t ask for anything more from these kids than they gave.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 09:16
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