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Prep Roundup: Lake boys basketball sets scoring record in 118-56 win over Genoa (12-7-12) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 December 2012 01:02
Tyler Landis, Connor Bowen and Lake’s boys had a record-setting night in a 118-56 Northern Buckeye Conference victory over Genoa.
The 118 points were a Lake record, Landis’ 40 points were a school record and Bowen’s 12 assists were a school record.
The Flyers’ previous record for points was 99 set during the 1970s, and the previous record for individual points in a game was 39.
The previous record for assists was not available, but Bowen broke his own record.
In other boys games, it was: Elmwood 58, Fostoria 34; Rossford 65, Woodmore 56; Otsego 55, Eastwood 44; Ottawa Hills 63, Northwood 19; Old Fort 100, North Baltimore 42; and New Riegel 74, Lakota 45.
In a girls game, it was: Perrysburg 60, Bowling Green 50.

BOYS
Lake 118, Genoa 56
In Millbury, Landis was 17-of-21 from the field, hitting 17-of-20 2-pointers and missing his only 3-point attempt in the NBC game.
Landis is a 5-foot-11 senior forward.
The Flyers were 49-of-76 from the field as a team. Lake made 46-of-70 2-pointers, 3-of-6 3-pointers and 17-of-25 free throws.
Bowen added 20 points as Lake improved to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the NBC.
Also for the Flyers, Cody Witt scored 18 points, and Jared Rettig and Todd Walters both chipped in with 11.
Genoa was playing its season-opener.

Elmwood 58, Fostoria 34
In Jerry City, Elmwood shot 22-of-40 from the field and made 11-of-12 free throws to improve to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the NBC.
Elmwood’s Zach Foster scored a game-high 25 points, while Aaron Arnold added 12 points and seven rebounds.
Fostoria is 0-2, 0-1.

Rossford 65, Woodmore 56
In Elmore, Mack Miller scored 20 points, and Derek Mack added 19 points and seven rebounds as Rossford won its NBC opener.
The Bulldogs pulled away in the third quarter, expanding a 28-26 halftime lead to 45-34.
Hector Aquirre had 11 rebounds for Rossford is 1-1 overall. Woodmore fell to 0-3.

Ottawa Hills 63, Northwood 19
In Ottawa Hills, Tyler Williams had 10 points for Northwood in a Toledo Area Athletic Conference game.
Northwood is 0-2 overall and 0-1 in the TAAC. The game was OH’s opener.

New Riegel 74, Lakota 45
In New Riegel, Colin Timmons and Kody Brewer each scored 10 points for Lakota, 2-1 overall and 0-1 in the Midland Athletic League.
New Riegel is 3-0, 1-0.

Old Fort 100, North Baltimore 42
In Old Fort, the Stockaders improved to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in the MAL.
Brock Boyer had nine points for NB (0-3, 0-1).

WRESTLING
Rossford posts 1-3 record
In Holland, Rossford had a 1-2 record on the first day of the Springfield Duals.
Rossford posted a 42-18 win over McComb, but lost to Southview (51-17), Delta (51-24) and Sandusky (70-9).
The individual results were not available.

BOYS
OTSEGO 55, EASTWOOD 44
EASTWOOD
Sweeney, 1-0—2; Flipse, 1-0—2; Bradley, 2-1—5; Schmeltz, 2-5-4—23; Dierker, 0-0—0; Rahe, 2-2—6; Bockbrader, 1-0—2; Faykosh, 0-0—0; Bess, 0-1-1—4. TOTALS: 9-6-8—44.
OTSEGO
Rodgers, 0-2—2; Miller, 0-0—0; Myers, 0-1-0—3; Downs, 0-1—1; Griffin, 4-2—10; Williams, 0-0—0; Smoyer, 1-1-1—6; Thomas, 6-4—16; Limes, 5-7—17. TOTALS: 16-2-17—55.
EASTWOOD    10    12    11    11    —44
OTSEGO    16    12    14    13    —55
Junior varsity: Otsego, 50-40.

LAKE 118, GENOA 56
GENOA
Kander, 3-2-1—13; Schimming, 1-1-0—5; Young, 3-2—8; Rightnowar, 1-1-0—5; Adams, 2-9—13; Brennan, 1-0—2; Goodrich, 1-0—2; Carway, 2-4—8. TOTALS: 14-4-16—56.
LAKE
Witt, 3-3-3—18; Rettig, 5-1—11; Landis, 17-6—40; Brittenham, 3-2—8; Bowen, 8-4—20; Walters, 5-1—11; Pierce, 4-0—8; Lutz, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 46-3-17—118.
GENOA    9    10    11    26    —  56
LAKE    34    28    34    22    —118
Junior varsity: Genoa, 56-54.

ELMWOOD 58, FOSTORIA 34
FOSTORIA
Cook, 1-0—2; Ticey, 0-1-2—5; A. Cousin, 3-1-2—11; Sferro, 0-1—1; Fuller, 3-6—12; Bemis, 1-1—3. TOTALS: 8-2-12—34.
ELMWOOD
Haines, 2-0—4; Foster, 7-2-5—25; Mobus, 3-0—6; Arnold, 4-4—12; Hoiles, 0-1-0—3; Robinson, 3-2—8. TOTALS: 19-3-11—58.
FOSTORIA    14    8    0    12    —34
ELMWOOD    20    15    15    8    —58
Junior varsity: Fostoria, 41-32.

ROSSFORD 65, WOODMORE 56
ROSSFORD
Miller, 5-2-4—20; Niese, 2-1—5; Mack, 2-2-9—19; Savage, 0-1—1; Aguirre, 1-2—4; Burks, 2-2—6; Lithicum, 1-0—2; Childress, 4-0—8. TOTALS: 17-4-19—65.
WOODMORE
Flick, 1-2-0—8; Lewandowski, 2-1-0—7; Thorbahn, 1-0—2; Speaker, 1-1-0—5; Bowen, 6-9—21; Sprinski, 0-1—1; Haar, 2-3—7; Greulich, 2-1—5. TOTALS: 15-4-14—56.
ROSSFORD    15    13    17    20    —65
WOODMORE    13    13    8    22    —56
Junior varsity: Not available.

NEW RIEGEL 74, LAKOTA 45
LAKOTA
Timmons, 3-1-1—10; McGown, 1-1-0—5; Sprow, 1-1—3; Kirkpatrick, 0-1—1; Brewer, 1-2-2—10; Ray, 2-2—6; Monroe, 1-0—2; Below, 3-2—8. TOTALS: 12-4-9—45.
NEW RIEGEL
Hohman, 1-3—5; Nye, 1-1—3; Williams, 4-2-2—16; Burns, 6-2—14; Reinhart, 7-4—18; Wank, 4-2—10; Dryfuse, 3-2—8. TOTALS: 22-2-16—74.
LAKOTA    12    6    14    13    —45
NEW RIEGEL    18    22    13    21    —74
Junior varsity: New Riegel, 47-20.

OLD FORT 100, NORTH BALTIMORE 42
NORTH BALTIMORE
Nichols, 0-1-0—3; Frost, 2-2—6; Newcomer, 1-0—2; Watson, 1-1-3—8; Finkenbiner, 2-2—6; Boyer, 1-1-4—9; Trumbull, 3-2—8. TOTALS: 10-3-13—42.
OLD FORT
Scoring not available.
NB    4    17    7    14    — 42
OLD FORT    30    17    40    13    —100
Junior varsity: Old Fort, 41-30.

OTTAWA HLLS 63, NORTHWOOD 19
NORTHWOOD
Zieroff, 0-2-0—6; Williams, 5-0—10; Hoffman, 0-1-0—3. TOTALS: 5-3-0—19
OTTAWA HILLS
Pappas, 0-2—2; Beans, 5-1-2—15; Silverman, 1-1-0—5; Hylant, 1-0—2; Stevens, 1-0—2; King, 2-0—4; Overmeyer, 1-0—2; Janowicz, 10-3—23; Coil, 4-0—8. TOTALs: 25-2-7—63.
NORTHWOOD    9    2    3    5    —19
OH    11    23    8    21    —63
Junior varsity: Ottawa Hills, 52-20.

GIRLS
PERRYSBURG 60, BGHS 50
PERRYSBURG
Sattler, 1-1-3—8; Williams, 4-2—10; Perry, 7-0—14; DeLong, 2-0—4; Baer, 7-0—14; Brown, 5-0—10; Dunphy, 0-0—0; Whitacre, 0-0—0; Schumaker, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 26-1-5—60.
BGHS
Glandorff, 1-2—4; Dill, 2-7—11; Williford, 8-0—16; Morman, 1-1—5; C. Morlock, 4-0—8; Smith, 3-0—6; S. Morlock, 0-0—0; Pisarski, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-1-9—50.
PERRYSBURG    12    16    15    17    —60
BGHS    10    10    15    15    —50
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 49-19.
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