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Prep Roundup: Otsego boys win (12-20-12) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 21 December 2012 01:03

Four Otsego players scored in double figures as the Knights downed Fostoria, 73-37 in a Northern Buckeye Conference boys game Thursday.
In Northern Lakes League boys games it was: Northview 56, Bowling Green 55; and Perrysburg 59, Maumee 46.
In girls games it was: Rossford 35, Evergreen 34; Hopewell-Loudon 60, Lakota 30; Danbury 40, Northwood 35 in overtime; Elmwood 55, Gibsonburg 33; Seneca East 57, North Baltimore 53; and Tiffin Columbian 59, Eastwood 50.


BOYS
Otsego 73, Fostoria 37
In Fostoria, John Thomas (22 points, 10 rebounds) and Ryan Smoyer (14 points, 11 rebounds) each recorded a double-double as Otsego improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in the NBC.
AC Limes added 16 points for the Knights and Jerome Griffin scored 10. Max Miller contributed six assists.
Adonis Cousin scored 13 points for Fostoria, 0-5, 0-3.

GIRLS
Rossford 35, Evergreen 34
In Rossford, Alaina Mitchell scored off an offensive rebound with eight seconds remaining to lift the Bulldogs past Evergreen in a non-league game.
Mitchell finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds and Courtney Morris scored 14 points for Rossford, now 6-2 overall.
Haili Mossing led Evergreen with 19 points.

Elmwood 55, Gibsonburg 33
In Gibsonburg, Elmwood pulled away in the second half on the way to its nonleague win over Gibsonburg. The Royals are 6-0 overall and Gibsonburg is 4-5.
Kristen Curtis and Brittany Gross each scored 11 points for Elmwood and Tori Hillard added 10. Gross and Curtis each had three steals, Gross had four assists and Tiffany Hillard led the Royals with seven rebounds.

Tiffin Columbian 59, Eastwood 50
In Tiffin, Diana Bushman scored 18 points for Eastwood, who fell to 1-6 after a nonleague loss to Tiffin Columbian.
Presley Weaver added 11 points for the Eagles, who were out-scored 15-6 in the second quarter after holding a 13-12 lead after the first.
Jocelyn Cole scored 23 points, which included seven 3-pointers, for TC (3-5).

Hopewell-Loudon 60, Lakota 30
In Bascom, Hopewell-Loudon held a 20-3 lead after eight minutes on the way to the Midland Athletic League win.
Stephanie Miller scored 11 points for the Raiders, now 1-8 overall, 0-4 in the MAL, and Aly Hovis had eight points and 13 rebounds.
Hopewell-Loudon is 4-3, 2-2.

Seneca East 57, North Baltimore 53
In Attica, Seneca East out-scored North Baltimore, 23-12 in the fourth quarter to secure the MAL win.
Ashton Daniel scored 21 points for Seneca East, 6-2 overall and 3-1 in the MAL.
Ricci Emahiser scored 19 points and had 10 rebounds for NB, 3-5, 1-2. Megan Wright added 10 points, six assists and six steals for the Tigers.

Danbury 40, Northwood 35 OT
In Northwood, Danbury out-scored the Rangers, 6-1 in overtime.
Alyssa Almandinger led Danbury with 11 points, including five in the overtime.
Megan Roach scored 17 points for the Rangers.
Danbury is 4-3 overall and Northwood is 0-6.

WRESTLING
Elmwood goes 2-0
Elmwood is now 7-15 overall after defeating McComb, 40-21, and Arcadia, 45-10.

Napoleon 55, Bowling Green 22
In a Northern Lakes League match, Napoleon won 10 weight classes on the way to the win over Bowling Green.

BOWLING
BOYS
BG tops AW
On Thursday at Timber Lanes in Maumee, Bowling Green (2-0) defeated Anthony Wayne 2,582-2,377 in a Northern Lakes League match. The Bobcats blew open a very close match in the three Baker games with a 673 series. The five team members combined for games of 187, 259 and 227.
Brian LeGalley led the team in the regulation games with his 248 and 220 for 468 total. Justin Overhulse added games of 221 and 213 for 434. Chase Ferguson added a 202. The Bobcats led the Generals 1,909-1,857 after the first two games.

GIRLS
Bobcats win opener
On Thursday at Timber Lanes in Maumee, Bowling Green beat Anthony Wayne 2,306-1,729 in its first NLL match of the season.
Alisha Noon paced the Bobcats with games of 225 and 173 for 398; with Kelsey Parker close behind rolling a 200 game and 394 total. Eclipse Stockwell recorded a 199 for 358; and Gabriella Calderon shot 204, 351. The team had a high game of 208 in the Baker games for a 511 series.

Junior varsity results
BOWLING
Anthony Wayne beat Bowling Green (1-1), 2,153-1,864. Lucas Jenne led BG with 182 for 349.

Junior High results
SEVENTH GRADE
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Elmwood beat Otsego, 22-18 in overtime. Hannah Snyder and Kelly McBride each scored six points for Otsego.
EIGHTH GRADE
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Otsego defeated Elmwood 36-22. Victoria Wilson led Otsego in scoring.

 

BOYS
BOWLING GREEN 55, NORTHVIEW 56
BOWLING GREEN
Stone, 1-2—4; Donaldson, 0-0—0; Herringshaw, 1-2-0—8; E. Gardner, 0-1—1; M. Gardner, 1-3-0—11; Brown, 12-2—26; Dill, 2-1—5. TOTALS: 17-5-6—55.
NORTHVIEW
Czerniakowski, 2-1-3—10; Downing, 3-0—6; Hartnett, 4-8—16; Villolovos, 1-0—2; Bernsdorff, 0-1-3—6; Valentine, 2-0—4; Bartlett, 0-1-0—3; West, 1-1-0—5; Wendt, 1-0—2; Nowicki, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-4-14—56.
BGHS    20    5    14    16—55        
NORTHVIEW    9    8    20    19—56
Junior varsity: Northview, 50-49.

PERRYSBURG 59, MAUMEE 46
PERRYSBURG
Byrd, 1-1-1—6; Q. Thomas, 0-0—0; Kaczinski, 3-1-0—9; Moschetti, 2-4-2—18; Schimmoeller, 2-0—4; H. Thomas, 3-0—6; Edwards, 5-2-0—16. TOTALS: 16-8-3—59.
MAUMEE
King, 4-1-1—12; McGovern, 3-2—8; Wanamaker, 3-2-0—12; Kline, 2-0—4; Cliff, 1-0—2; Kamer, 4-0—8. TOTALS: 17-3-3—46.
PERRYSBURG    16    12    9    22    —59
MAUMEE    12    4    15    15    —46
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 52-39.

OTSEGO 73, FOSTORIA 37
OTSEGO
Rodgers, 0-1—1; Miller, 0-0—0; Myers, 0-2-1—7; Downs, 0-1—1; Griffin, 5-0—10; Williams, 1-0—2; Smoyer, 1-4-0—14; Thomas, 7-8—22; Limes, 6-4—16. TOTALS: 20-6-15—73.
FOSTORIA
Cook, 0-2—2; V. Cousin, 1-0—2; Fuller, 2-2—6; Sferro, 0-0—0; A. Cousin, 2-3-0—13; Bemis, 2-0—4; Abell, 1-0—2; Stennett, 4-0—8. TOTALS: 12-3-4—37.
OTSEGO    14    22    18    19    —73
FOSTORIA    7    11    9    10    —37
Junior varsity: Otsego, 35-30.

GIRLS
ROSSFORD 35, EVERGREEN 34
EVERGREEN
Mossing, 6-7—19; Truckor, 3-1-0—9; Noe, 1-0—2; Marvin, 1-0—2; Siefker, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-1-7—34.
ROSSFORD
Hotz, 2-0—4; Morris, 6-2—14; Swope, 2-0—4; Mitchell, 6-1—13. TOTALS 16-3—35.
EVERGREEN    8    8    6    12    —34
ROSSFORD    8    6    10    11    —35
Junior varsity: Evergreen, 34-22.

ELMWOOD 55, GIBSONBURG 33
Elmwood
Tiffany Hillard, 2-1—5; Curtis, 3-1-2—11; Swavel, 0-3—3; Gross, 5-1—11; Emmitt, 2-1-0—7; Tori Hillard, 3-4—10; George, 2-4—8. TOTALS: 17-2-15—55.
GIBSONBURG
Pezalas, 2-3—7; Fork, 0-1-2—5; Alvarado, 3-2—8; Shammo, 0-1-0—3; Rahe, 1-1—3; Baxter, 1-1—3; Holcomb, 1-2—4. TOTALS: 8-2-11—33.
ELMWOOD    13    10    20    12    —55
GIBSONBURG    7    5    13    8    —33
Junior varsity: Elmwood, 45-28.

TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 59, EASTWOOD 50
EASTWOOD
Helm, 0-0—0; Skibicki, 0-2—2; Albright, 0-0—0; Bushman, 4-2-4—18; Boice, 0-3-0—9; Hayward, 0-0—0; Jennings, 0-0—0; Dippman, 1-0—2; K. Weaver, 1-6—8; P. Weaver, 4-3—11. TOTALS: 10-5-15—50.
COLUMBIAN
Baker, 0-0—0; Ward, 1-0—2; Moore, 1-1—3; Cole, 1-7-0—23; Province, 3-2-3—15; Zimmerman, 2-0—4; Miller, 4-0—8; Smith, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 14-9-4—54.
EASTWOOD    13    6    15    16    —50
COLUMBIAN    12    15    19    13    —59
Junior varsity: not reported.

DANBURY 40, NORTHWOOD 35 OT
DANBURY
Kennedy, 2-0—4; Stephens, 1-0—2; Rhodes, 0-1-1—4; Larelle, 0-1—1; K. Almandinger, 1-1—3; A. Almandinger, 0-3-2—11; Wright, 3-2—8; Kukay, 3-1—7. TOTALS: 10-4-8—40.
NORTHWOOD
Cruz, 2-4—8; Bowers, 1-0—2; Buvzko, 0-2—2; Roach, 5-2-1—17; Kelly Sawmiller, 3-0—6. TOTALS; 11-2-7—35.
DANBURY13    4    7    10    6    —40
NORTHWOOD 6    11    6    11    1    —35
Junior varsity: not reported.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 60, LAKOTA 30
LAKOTA
Feick, 0-1-2—5; Park, 1-1—3; Miller, 2-2-1—11; Gangwer, 0-3—3; Hovis, 2-4—8. TOTALS: 5-3-11—30.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON
individuals not reported.
LAKOTA    3    10    7    10    —30
H-L    20    15    17    8    —60
Junior varsity: not reported.

SENECA EAST 57, NORTH BALTIMORE 53
NORTH BALTIMORE
Stewart, 2-2—6; Schloemp, 0-1—1; Fleckner, 1-1-0—5; Bertz, 3-0—6; Wright, 4-2—10; Frost, 2-2—6; Emahiser, 7-5—19; 19-1-12—53.
SENECA EAST
Sprenger, 2-4—8; Enders, 0-3—3; Brookes, 3-1—7; Depinet, 0-1-1—4; Daniel, 2-5-2—21; Hahler, 1-4—6; Adachi, 2-4—8. TOTALS: 10-6-19—57.
NB    12    16    13    12    —53
SE    7    16    11    23    —57
Junior varsity: NB, 27-25.

ELMWOOD 40, McCOMB 21
106 — double forfeit; 113 — double forfeit; 120 — double forfeit; 126 — Corral (E) p. Gonzales, 5:03; 132 — Sammett (M) p. Adamski, 2:23; 138 — Schultz (E) won by forfeit; 145 — Young (E) won by forfeit; 152 — Hathaway (E) m.d.. Eaken, 12-3; 160 — Wilson (M) won by forfeit; 170 — Harris (M) d. Dyar, 11-4; 182 — Suydem (M) p. Ramsey, 3:23; 195 — Harris (E) p. Altaro, 0:58; 220 — Laware (E) p. Cataline, 0:54; 285 — Hagemyer (E) won by forfeit.
ELMWOOD 45, ARCADIA 10
106 — double forfeit; 113 — double forfeit; 120 — double forfeit; 126 — T. Bowman (A) m.d. Corral, 11-0; 132 — Adamski (E) d. Sedler, 6-3; 138 — Schultz (E) won by forfeit; 145 — Bame (A) p. Young, 3:23; 152 — Hathaway (E) won by forfeit; 160 — double forfeit; 170 — Dyar (E) won by forfeit; 182 — Ramsey (E) won by forfeit; 195 — Harris (E) won by forfeit; 220 — Laware (E) won by forfeit; 285 — Baker (E) p. Johnson, 2:15.
NAPOLEON 55, BOWLING GREEN 22
106 — Miller (N) won by forfeit; 113 — Beard (N) p. D. Duron, 2:24; 120 — Pedraza (N) m.d. T. Duron, 15-5; 126 — McDowell (N) won by forfeit; 132 — Keller (BG) p. Brackman, 3:27; 138 — Smith (N) d. Rava, 11-8; 145 — Mahlman (N) p. Matheny, 5:41; 152 — O’Brien (BG) p. Medina, 1:41; 160 — T, Pettit (N) p. Goris, 1:21; 170 — Blackwood (N) p. Alex Gutierrez, 5:54; 182 — A. Pettit (N) p. Taulker, 1:49; 195 — Funchion (N) p. Anthony Gutierrez, 3:38; 22— Jacobs (BG) m.d. A. Pettit, 17-7; 285 — Allen (BG) p. Gerken, 2:45.

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