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Prep Roundup: Eastwood boys beat Elmwood (1-4-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 05 January 2013 02:40

Jake Schmeltz scored 18 points and Grant Peters added 10 to lead Eastwood’s boys basketball team to a 55-41 win to over Elmwood in a Northern Buckeye Conference game.
In other boys games, it was: Rossford 100, Genoa 62; Otsego 65, Lake 57; Perrysburg 63, Northview 41; Anthony Wayne 58, Bowling Green 52; Lakota 55, Hopewell-Loudon 53; and Seneca East 69, North Baltimore 35.
In girls games, it was: Bowling Green 66, Anthony Wayne 51; Perrysburg 53, Northview, 49, 2OT; and Cardinal Stritch 51, Northwood 33.


BOYS BASKETBALL
Eastwood 55, Elmwood 41
In Luckey, Eastwood out-scored Elmwood in each of the first three quarters en route to a 40-27 lead.
Eastwood made 21-of-36 free throws, while Elmwood was 11-of-24.
Zach Foster scored 20 points and Aaron Arnold had 10 for Elmwood.
Both teams are 2-2 in the NBC. Elmwood is 5-3 overall, while Eastwood is 2-8.

Rossford 100, Genoa 62
In Genoa, Derek Mack scored 17 points, and Neil Savage and Mack Enderbury both added 16 to help Rossford improve to 5-6 overall and 3-1 in the NBC.
Also for Rossford, Brian Burks had 14 and Mack Miller added 10.
Casey Gose and Luke Rightnowar both had 15 points for Genoa (1-5, 0-4).

Lakota 55, Hopewell-Loudon 53
In Kansas, Lakota made 22-of-34 free throws to win for the first time in Midland Athletic League.
Lakota rallied to take a 42-37 lead after three quarters after Hopewell took a 27-24 lead at the half.
Colin Timmons had 13 points for Lakota, while Darris McGown added 11. The Raiders are 3-7, 1-3.
Hopewell (6-4, 2-2) was just 5-of-14 from the line.

Seneca East 69,
North Baltimore 35
In North Baltimore, Ethan Caudill scored 15 points as Seneca East raised its record to 6-3 overall and 2-2 in the MAL.
Jacob Frost had 11 points for NB (1-9. 1-3).

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Cardinal Stritch 51,
Northwood 33
In Oregon, Stritch won to improve to 5-6 overall and 3-3 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.
Northwood is 0-9, 0-5.

HOCKEY
St. Francis 3, BGHS 2, OT
In Sylvania, Mike White scored 2:53 into overtime to give St. Francis the win in a Northwest Hockey Conference Red Division game at Tam-O-Shanter.
BG had tied the game on Phillip Rich’s power-play goal with 1:55 left in regulation.
Rich had both goals for BG, which held a 40-25 edge in shots.
BG is 10-7-1 overall and 1-4 in the NHC. St. Francis is 1-3 in the NHC.

GIRLS BOWLING
BG dominate Maumee
At Maumee on Thursday, Bowling Green nearly doubled Maumee’s pinfall winning handily, 2,367-1,271.
BG is 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Northern Lakes League.
Alisha Noon was high for BG with a 213 game and 412 total, while Kelsey Parker rolled a 225 for a 403 total.

BOYS BOWLING
BG beats Maumee
At Maumee on Thursday, Bowling Green defeated Maumee 2,497-2,260 to remain undefeated at 4-0. 3-0 in Northern Lakes League.
Alex Noble led BG with a 225 game and 427 total. Chase Ferguson added 212 for 406. Justin Overhulse rolled a 217 game.

Junior varsity results
BOWLING
Bowling Green defeated Maumee, 1,994-1,914.
Evan Kirian led BG with a 213 game and 405 total.

BOYS
ANTHONY WAYNE 58, BGHS 52
BGHS
Stone, 2-5—9; Herringshaw, 1-4-0—14; E. Gardner, 0-2-1—7; Brown, 3-1-7—16; Dill, 3-0—6; Donaldson, 0-0—0; M. Gardner, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 8-7-14—52.
ANTHONY WAYNE
Fox, 1-2-0—8; Debo, 0-3-2—11; Omofoma, 3-1—7; Reid, 2-0—4; Donnal, 3-8—14; Baker, 0-1-4—7; Johnson, 3-1—7; Murphy, 0-0—0. 12-6-16—58.
BGHS    5    18    14    15    —52
AW    18    12    16    12    —58

PERRYSBURG 63, NORTHVIEW 41
PERRYSBURG
Mesker, 1-0—2; Byrd, 4-1-0—11; Q. Thomas, 0-0—0; Kaczinski, 1-1—3; Freeman, 0-0—0; Moschetti, 5-1-6—19; Vrzal, 0-0—0; Schimmoeller, 0-0—0; H. Thomas, 0-0—0; Edwards, 5-2-2—18; Patterson, 5-0—10; Cajka, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-4-9—63.
NORTHVIEW
Czerniakowski, 4-1-2—13; Downing, 2-0—4; Hartnett, 3-1-2—11; Villolovos, 0-0—0; Bernsdorff, 0-0—0; Valentine, 0-1-0—3; Bartlett, 0-0—0; West, 1-0—2; Wendt, 0-0—0; Nowicki, 4-0—8. TOTALS: 14-3-4—41.
PERRYSBURG    6    19    20    18    —63    
NORTHVIEW    6    14    8    13    —41

OTSEGO 65, LAKE 57
OTSEGO
Rodgers, 2-0—4; Griffin, 5-1-3—16; Smoyer, 1-2-3—11; Thomas, 3-1-4—13; Limes 8-5—21. TOTALS, 19-4-15—65.
LAKE
Rettig, 1-5-0—17; Swartz, 0-0—0; Landis, 1-2-0—8; Bowen, 3-4—10; Vancena, 6-4—16; Pierce, 0-0—0; Walters, 0-0—0; Witt, 0-2-0—6; TOTALS, 11-9-8—57.
OTSEGO    9    19    20    17    —65    
LAKE    19    10    18    10    —57
Junior varsity: Otsego, 39-34.

EASTWOOD 55, ELMWOOD 41
ELMWOOD
Haines, 0-2—2; Foster, 6-1-5—20; Chapman, 1-1-0—5; Baxter, 1-0—2; Arnold, 3-4—10; Kerr, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-2-11—41.
EASTWOOD
Peters, 2-6—10; Sweeney, 2-0—4; Flipse, 1-0—2; Bradley, 1-1—3; Schmeltz, 4-10—18; Rahe, 1-0—2; Bockbrader, 1-0—2; Faykosh, 1-1—3; Bess, 1-2—4; Leuck, 0-1—1; Hoodlebrink, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 17-21—55.
ELMWOOD    5    17    5    14    —41    
EASTWOOD    9    19    12    14    —55
Junior varsity: Eastwood, 45-18.

ROSSFORD 100, GENOA 62
ROSSFORD
Miller, 1-1-5—10; Niese, 1-6—8; Mack, 7-3—17; Savage, 5-6—16; Hotz, 1-0—2; Aguirre, 1-2—4; Burks, 6-2—14; Enderbury, 8-0—16; Linthicum, 2-3—7; Childress, 2-2—6. TOTALS: 34-1-29—100.
GENOA
Kander, 1-3-2—13; Schimming, 2-2-2—12; Gose, 1-4-1—15; Rightnowar, 2-2-5—15; Adams, 1-0—2; Brennen, 1-0—2; Goodrich, 1-0—2; Caraway, 0-1—1. TOTALS: 9-11-11—62.
ROSSFORD    29    24    24    23    —100    
GENOA    9    16    11    26    —62
Junior varsity: Unavailable.

LAKOTA 55, HOPEWELL-LOUDON 53
HOPEWELL-LOUDON
W. Hill, 2-0—4; Sendelbach, 3-3—9; B. Hill, 1-0—2; Gregg, 1-4-0—14; Imes, 11-2—24.TOTALs; 18-4-5—53.
LAKOTA
Timmons, 4-5—13; McGown, 3-1-2—11; Sprow, 1-0—2; Kirkpatrick, 2-5—9; Brewer, 1-5—7; Ray, 2-5—9. TOTALS: 15-1-22—55.
HOPEWELL    9    18    10    16    —53    
LAKOTA    10    14    18    13    —55
Junior varsity: Unavailable.

SENECA EAST 69, NORTH BALTIMORE 35
SENECA EAST
Caudill, 0-5-1—16; Boldosser, 2-0—4; Phillips, 3-0—6; Hall, 0-2-1—7; Bordner, 6-0—12; Daniel, 0-1-0—3; Hahler, 8-0—16; Bent, 0-1—1; Barles, 1-0—2; Saylors, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 21-8-3—69.
NORTH BALTIMORE
Frost, 1-2-3—11; Newcomer, 0-4—4; Boyer, 0-1-0—3; Solly, 1-3—5; Bishop, 0-1—1; Trumbull, 3-3—9; McMahon, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 6-3-14—35.
SENECA EAST    16    20    17    16    —69    
NB    2    12    11    10    —35
Junior varsity: Unavailable.

GIRLS
BGHS 66, ANTHONY WAYNE 51
BGHS
Glandorff, 3-3-10—25; Smith, 0-0—0; Dill, 2-2—6; Williford, 4-2—10; C. Morlock, 2-3-2—15; S. Morlock, 3-0—6; Morman, 0-4—4. TOTALS: 14-6-20—66.
ANTHONY WAYNE
McKay, 1-1-0—5; Bonivel, 3-1—7; Bedard, 1-1-0—5; Kreig, 0-2-2—8; Zankl, 5-1—11; Venglarcik, 2-2—6; Hood, 1-1—3; Cardinal, 0-1-0—3; Mitchell, 0-0—0; Allen, 0-1-0—3. TOTALS: 13-6-7—51.
BGHS    2    17    21    26    —66    
AW    12    11    15    13    —51
Junior varsity: AW, 38-19.

PERRYSBURG 53, NORTHVIEW 49, 2OT
PERRYSBURG
Sattler, 2-1-5—12; Whitacre, 0-0—0; Williams, 1-4—6; Dunphy, 0-2-0—6; Perry, 0-0—0; DeLong, 1-5—7; Baer, 7-2—16; Brown, 0-6—6. TOTALS: 11-3-22—53.
NORTHVIEW
Fries, 0-2—2; Duwve, 0-0—0; Riggs, 0-1-0—3; Keil, 1-0—2; Yurjevic, 2-0—4; McCoy, 5-3-4—23; M. Cole, 0-1—1; Jessing, 6-2—14. TOTALS: 14-4-9—49.
PERRYSBURG    9    12    7    13    5    7    —53
NORTHVIEW    4    14    11    12    5    3    —49
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 38-28.

ST. FRANCIS 3, BGHS 2, OT
GOALS BY PERIOD
BGHS    0    0    2    0    —2
ST. FRANCIS    1    0    1    1    —3
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1, SF Opblinger (White, Kwapich) 11:13.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: None.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 2, BG Rich (Emans, Kurki) 7:40. 3, SF Kwapich (Bloom) 11:34 (sh). 4, BG Rich (Emans) 13:05.
OVERTIME
Scoring: 5, SF White (Dillon, Kwapich) 2:53.
SAVES BY PERIOD
Fausnaugh, BG    9    4    7    2    —22
Phipps, SF    10    8    6    4    —28
Goalie statistics (goals against/minutes played): (BG) Fausnaugh 3/47:53; (SF) Phipps 2/47:53.
Penalties-Minutes: BG 7-22, SF 4-8.
Power plays: BG 1-6, SF 0-4.

 

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