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Prep Roundup: Lake boys beat Rossford in OT (01-11-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 11 January 2014 02:05
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Lake’s Jared Rettig (3) drives to the basket between Rossford’s Derek Mack (10) and Cota Sinclair. (Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Lake, ranked No. 9 in Division II, needed overtime Friday to beat Rossford, 67-65 in Northern Buckeye Conference play.
In other boys games, it was: Southview 45, Perrysburg 42; Maumee 72, Bowling Green 63; Otsego 49, Fostoria 34; Eastwood 59, Woodmore 32; Genoa 69, Elmwood 52; Fremont St. Joseph 57, North Baltimore 43; Danbury 47, Northwood 19; and Fostoria St. Wendelin 46, Lakota 43.
In girls games, it was: Perrysburg 31, Southview 28; Bowling Green 62, Maumee 31.

BASKETBALL
BOYS
Lake 67, Rossford 65, OT
In Rossford, Lake trailed 50-44 after three quarters, but rallied to force overtime.
In the extra session, Jacob Rettig made a free throw with 25 seconds left to give the Flyers, 10-0 overall and 5-0 in the NBC, a two-point lead.
Rossford could not convert from the line at the end of overtime.
Jared Rettig led Lake with 24 points and Connor Bowen added 18. The Flyers made 11 3-pointers in the game, but were 2-of-5 from the free-throw line.
Derek Mack had 18 points to pace Rossford, 7-4, 4-1. Mack Miller added 11 points while Cota Sinclair and Brian Burks each scored 10 points. Sinclair had a game-high six rebounds.
The Bulldogs were 11-of-16 from the free-throw line.

Eastwood 59, Woodmore 32
In Elmore, Eastwood jumped ahead 23-6 after eight minutes on the way to the NBC victory.
Jake Schmeltz led the Eagles with 17 points and Grant Peters added 10.
Eastwood is 5-4 overall and 2-2 in the NBC while Woodmore is 1-9, 1-4.

Genoa 69, Elmwood 52
In Genoa, the Comets exploded for 25 points in the third quarter in an NBC win.
Four Comets scored in double figures led by Noah Goodrich’s 17 points.
Jarrett Childress scored 16 points and Tayte Lentz added 14 for the Royals.
Elmwood is 1-7 overall and 0-4 in the NBC, while Genoa is 4-4, 3-2.

Otsego 49, Fostoria 34
In Tontogany, Jalen Myers scored 12 points and had eight rebounds as Otsego rolled past Fostoria.
Otsego is 5-4 overall and 3-1 in the NBC, while Fostoria is 2-7, 0-4.

Fremont St. Joseph 57,
North Baltimore 45
In Fremont, St. Joseph pulled away in the fourth quarter to post a Midland Athletic League win.
Hunter Harrison had 15 points and 12 rebounds for St. Joseph, 5-5 overall and 3-1 in the MAL.
Jacob Frost scored 13 points for NB, 5-7, 1-3.

Danbury 47, Northwood 19
In Northwood, Danbury broke open a close game, out-scoring Northwood, 19-2 in the third quarter, in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference game.
Danbury is 1-4 in the TAAC while Northwood is 0-8, 0-5.

HOCKEY
St. John’s 3, BGHS 2
In Sylvania, Xander Homer scored to break a 2-2 tie with 12:46 remaining and give second-ranked St. John’s a win in a Northwest Hockey Conference Red Division game at Tam-O-Shanter.
BG twice held a one-goal lead, but St. John’s tied the game each time, the second coming on Ian Rapp’s second goal of the game with 3:54 left in the second period.
Adam Furnas and Phillip Rich scored for BG, and Tanner Fausnaugh made 25 saves. St. John’s held a 28-15 edge in shots.
St. John’ is 12-2-2 overall and 4-0-1 in the NHC. BG is 10-6-1, 1-2.

WRESTLING
Otsego wins tourney
In Tiffin, Otsego finished with 146 1/2 points to edge Mansfield Madison by six points and win the Tiffin Classic Holiday Tournament.
The results for the 16-team event were not reported until Thursday.
Otsego’s placers were: first, Trenton Solo (132), and Austin Glosser (138); second, Buddy Limes (126); fourth, Riley Tercha (152), Jordan Hendrix (160), and Zach Zuhlsdorf (182); and sixth, David Glenn (170), and Dillon Farley (220).

BOWLING
BOYS
Rossford wins
Rossford beat Gibsonburg, 2,659-2,382.
Brennan Reynolds bowled a 405 series and a 214 game while Stephen Hernandez bowled a 204 and Karl Hermes had a 200 for the Bulldogs.
Rossford is 8-2 overall and 6-2 in league play.

GIRLS
Rossford wins
Rossford beat Gibsonburg, 2,238-1,943.
Taylor Moore led Rossford with a 354 series, including a 180.
Rossford is 4-6 overall and 4-4 in the league.

BOYS
MAUMEE 72, BOWLING GREEN 63
BGHS
Stone, 10-3—23; Walker, 3-0—6; Hinton, 0-3-1—10; Gardner, 2-1—5; Carsey, 1-0—2; Markey, 1-3-1—12; Ludwig, 1-1—3; Stewart, 0-0—0; Leader, 1-0—2; Riggs, 0-0—0; Donaldson, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-6-7—63.
MAUMEE
Kontak, 1-4-6—20; Callahan, 4-3-0—17; Mauro, 1-1-7—12; Szymanski, 1-0—2; Utter, 5-0—10; Harding, 0-0—0; Matcham, 2-5—9; Calopietro, 0-0—0; Saini, 0-0—0; Hampton-Bey, 0-0—0; Team 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-8-18—72.
BGHS    5    17    20    21    —63
MAUMEE    16    21    13    22    —72

SOUTHVIEW 45, PerrYSburG 42
PERRYSBURG
Thomas, 2-2-0—10; Mesker, 1-2—4; Zimmerman, 0-0—0; Kaczinski, 1-5—7; Moschetti, 4-4—12; Vrzal, 0-0—0; Jordan, 0-0—0; Hafner, 0-0—0; Patterson, 4-1—9; Schrock, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12-2-12—42.
SOUTHVIEW
J. Schaffer, 1-2—4; Miller, 0-0—0; Morrison, 5-2-5—21; Bankston, 0-2—2; Roberts, 0-5—5; Wooddall, 0-0—0; Pinckney, 0-0—0; Hall, 3-1—7; Eggleston, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 12-2-15—45.
PERRYSBURG    17    11    8    6    —42
SOUTHVIEW    10    9    11    15    —45

LAKE 67, ROSSFORD 65, OT
LAKE
Jared Rettig, 7-3-1—24; Walters, 2-0—4; C. Witt, 2-2—6; Jacob Rettig, 0-2-1—7; Neal 3-2—8; Bowen, 6-2-0—18. TOTALS: 16-11-2—67.
ROSSFORD
Miller, 1-3-0—11; Niese, 1-2-0—8; Mack, 7-1-1—18; Sinclair, 3-4—10; Davis, 1-0—2; Burks, 3-4—10; Childress, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 18-6-11—65.
LAKE    11    16    17    15    8    —67
ROSSFORD    
15    16    19    9    6    —65
Junior varsity: not available.

EASTWOOD 59, WOODMORE 32
EASTWOOD
Peters, 4-2—10; Smith, 0-2—2; Flipse, 1-1-1—6; Bradley, 3-1—7; Schmeltz, 3-3-2—17; Reyes, 0-1—1; Rahe, 1-1—3; Coffman, 0-4—4; Faykosh, 2-0—4; Hoodlebrink, 0-1-2—5. TOTALS: 14-5-16—59.
WOODMORE
Matwiejczyk, 2-0—4; Schiavone, 0-2—2; Thorbahn, 3-0—6; Speaker, 1-1—3; Fisher, 1-2—4; Weis, 01-0—3; Lewansowski, 1-0—2; Gephardt, 1-0—2; Mullin, 2-0—4; Greulich, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 11-1-7—32.
EASTWOOD    23    11    4    21    —59
WOODMORE    6    2    14    10    —32
Junior varsity: Eastwood, 44-38.

GENOA 69, ELMWOOD 54
ELMWOOD
Robbins, 0-0—0; Lentz, 4-2-0—14; Aufdencamp, 0-0—0; Childress, 7-2—16; Baxter, 1-6—8; Buckingham, 0-2—2; Arnold, 1-1—3; Jones, 0-0—0; Solether, 3-3—9. TOTALS: 16-2-14—52.
GENOA
Kauder, 0-0—0; Henninger, 1-2-4—12; Brennan, 1-1-0—5; Goodrich, 6-1-2—17; Gose, 1-4-0—14; Brossia, 0-1-0—3; Rightnowar, 1-2-8—16; Adams, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 10-11-16—69.
ELMWOOD    16    10    10    16—54
GENOA    15    15    25    14    —69
Junior varsity: Elmwood, 59-34 (Austin Lynch had 13 points for Elmwood and Andy Curtis added 10).

oTSEgo 49, FOSTORIA 34
FOstORIA
Kaleb Bemis, 0-1—1; Kobey Bemis, 1-0—2; Brown, 0-2-3—9; Medina, 1-0—2; Matz, 1-0—2; Marurico, 0-2-0—6; Martin, 2-1—5; Abell, 2-1—5; Stenett, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 7--4-8—34
OTSEGO
Moser, 0-1-2—5; Myers, 1-3-1—12; Horseman, 3-0—6; Scherff, 2-0—4; Hosley, 1-1-0—5; Downs, 3-3—9; Hefflinger, 1-0—2; Thomas, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 14-5-6—49.
FOSTORIA    6    9    9    10    —34
OTSEGO    17    15    6    11    —49
Junior varsity: Otsego, 42-38.

NOrth BALTIMORE 45,
FREMONT ST. JOSeph 57
NOrth BALTIMORE
Newcomer, 0-1-2—5; Nichols, 2-0—4; Frost, 4-1-2—13; Watson. 4-0—8; Wright, 3-0—6; Bishop, 1-2—4; Trumbull, 2-1—5. TOTALS: 16-2-7—45.
FREMONT ST. JOSEPH
Michael, 4-3—11; Linke, 3-1—7; Kerr, 2-3—7; Yeckley, 1-0—2; Veleba, 3-1—7; Williams, 3-2—8; Harrison, 6-3—15. TOTALS: 21-13—57.
NB    12    5    11    17    —45
ST. JOSEPH    13    12    9    23    —57
Junior varsity: NB, 42-28.

DANBURY 47, NORTHWOOD 19
DANBURY
Complete box not available. TOTALS: 15-2-11—47.
NORTHWOOD
Cathers, 2-0—4; Woody, 1-0—2; Slater, 0-4—4; Price, 0-2—2; Bonnette, 2-1—3; Nino, 0-1-1—4. TOTALS: 5-1-8—19.
DANBURY    10    6    19    12    —47
NORTHWOOD    6    4    2    7    —19
Junior varsity: not available.

GIRLS
BGHS 62, MAUMEE 31
BGHS
Maas, 0-1-0—3; Smith, 4-0—8; Dill, 4-4—12; Williford, 8-0—16; Morman, 6-2—14; Glandorff, 3-0—6; Bowers, 1-1—3; Szabo, 0-0—0; Powers, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 26-1-7—62.
MAUMEE
Stichler, 0-2—2; Harries, 6-4—16; Kachenmeister, 1-0—2; Krewson, 0-0—0; Schultz, 0-0—0; Bergquist, 2-0—4; Tullis, 2-0—4; Jefferson, 0-1—1; Green 0-0—0; White, 1-0—2; Calopietro, 0-0—0; TOTALS: 12-7—31
BGHS    22    17    16    7    —62
MAUMEE    8    10    5    8    —31
Junior varsity: BG 42-39.

perrySBURG 31, SOUTHVIEW 28
PERRYSBURG
Sattler, 1-0—2; Hunter, 1-0—2; Moore, 1-0—2; Witt, 0-0—0; DeLong, 0-3—3; S. Baer, 6-2—14; Piezer, 1-0—2; Brown, 2-2—6. TOTALS: 12-7—31.
SOUTHVIEW
Huntsman, 0-1-0—3; Pappas, 1-0—2; Horwitz, 0-0—0; Stanley, 2-2-0—10; Moody, 0-0—0; Westphal, 2-3—7; Klepzig, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 8-3-3—28.
PERRYSBURG    5    4    12    10    —31
SOUTHVIEW    7    7    6    8    —28
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 26-13.

ST. JOHN’S 3, BGHS 2
GOALS BY PERIOD
BGHS    1    1    0    —2
ST. JOHN’S    0    2    1    —3
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1, BG Furnas (Rich) 5:59.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2, SJ Rapp (Hamilton, Baumgartner) 5:32 (pp). 3, BG Rich (Furnas) 7:44 (pp). 4, SJ  Rapp (Hauenstein) 11:06.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 5, SJ Homer (Schultz, Verbosky) 2:14.
SAVES BY PERIOD
Fausnaugh, BG    8    8    9    —25    
Barrett, SJ    1    9    3    —13
Goalie statistics (goals against/minutes played): (BG) Fausnaugh 3/45; (SJ) Barrett 2/45.
Penalties-Minutes: BG 4-8, SJ 2-4.
Power plays: BG 1-2, SJ 1-4.
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