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(updated: 10:56 p.m.) Perrysburg boys top Napoleon (02-04-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by THOMAS SCHMELTZ/Sentinel Sports Writer   
Tuesday, 04 February 2014 22:19
PERRYSBURG — On paper Perrysburg’s boys basketball team looks far superior to Napoleon.
Not only by size, but also when simply comparing records.
But Napoleon has done anything but lay down to the Yellow Jackets this season — and the same held true Tuesday night.
It took a late fourth-quarter push, but Perrysburg, ranked seventh in Division I, picked up a 61-51 win over the Wildcats in a Northern Lakes League makeup game.
Perrysburg is 16-1 overall and 9-1 in the NLL, while Napoleon is 7-9, 4-6.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 February 2014 23:56
Prep Roundup: Perrysburg girls cruise past Start (02-04-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Tuesday, 04 February 2014 10:26
Perrysburg's girls basketball team, ranked seventh in Division I, cruised to a 66-40 nonleague win over Toledo Start, Monday night.
In other girls games it was: Springfield 51, Bowling Green 43; Genoa 73, Eastwood 43; Lake 63, Woodmore 40; Elmwood 58, Gibsonburg 34; Toledo Woodward 50, Otsego 44; and Old Fort 49, Northwood 42.

Perrysburg 66, Start 40
In Toledo, Sarah Baer scored 20 points as Perrysburg improved to 15-2 overall.
Allex Brown added 15 points.
Perrysburg, which had eight different players score, held a 39-16 halftime lead.
Otsego wrestlers finish second PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 February 2014 10:17
JERRY CITY - Genoa won the Northern Buckeye Conference tournament and overall wrestling titles Saturday.
In the tournament, Genoa finished with 161 points while Otsego finished second with 1381‚Ñ2. Rossford was fifth with 941‚Ñ2 points, Elmwood was sixth with 93, Lake was seventh with 74, and Eastwood was eighth with 54.
"We were not at full strength with Buddy (Limes) being out, but Genoa really wrestled well," Otsego coach Joe Gerwin said. "Our guys did well. We had five in the finals and three took the championship. We placed 10 guys overall. This is a preview for the sectionals and it will be close with Genoa again."
BG boys finish first in bowling tourney (02-04-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Tuesday, 04 February 2014 10:25
PORT CLINTON - On Saturday, the Bowling Green boys won the Redskin Bowling Tournament.
The boys qualified second and defeated Sandusky 2-1 in the championship match. The Bobcat girls qualified first, but lost to Marion Harding, 2-0 in the championship match.
Rossford finished fourth in both the boys and girls divisions, while the Eastwood girls were fifth and the Eagles' boys team was ninth.
The tournament featured the teams rolling three traditional games followed by five Baker games.
The top four teams from each of two squads returned to bowl a round-robin set of Baker games to determine the top two teams.
The qualifying totals were dropped and only that round's scores were used to select the top two teams for the finals. Winning a match awarded the team 30 bonus pins. In the Baker format, all five team members take turns bowling one frame at a time to combine their talents for one team score.
Sandusky totaled 1,524 for those eight games, while the Bobcats were second at 1,504. In the championship best-of-3 match, the Bobcats lost the first game 169-154, but rebounded to top Sandusky 168-155 and 158-149.
Yellow Jacket wrestlers claim 4th straight title PDF Print E-mail
Written by JOE SZYMCZAK, Sentinel Sports Writer   
Monday, 03 February 2014 10:11
HOLLAND - Saturday the Perrysburg wrestlers were almost perfect.
The Yellow Jacket put all but one wrestler in the finals of the Northern Lakes League tournament. Mark Delas, a defending champion, didn't compete, because he is suffering from an injury and the weight class was left void.
Perrysburg eclipsed the record it set last year of nine individual titles with 11 this year, dropping just two matches in the finals. The Yellow Jackets finished with 273 1/2 points in winning their fourth straight NLL championship.
"I wish we would have had 13," said coach Sam Cotterman about his team's individual champions. ''So it's going to be frustrating, but they both lost close matches.
''I'm going to have to look at those two that wanted it and know how bad they wanted it and how hard they worked. There are bigger prizes ahead so they have plenty to work for."
The standout performer was Perrysburg's J.P. Newton (152). He became one of six wrestlers in the 52-year history of the league to win four NLL titles.
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