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Prep Roundup: Perrysburg boys improve to 5-0 (12-23-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Monday, 23 December 2013 09:31
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Eastwood's Jake Schmeltz celebrates after making the game winning shot in overtime during the varsity game against Liberty-Benton Saturday night. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Perrysburg's boys remained undefeated with a 70-36 win over Sandusky Perkins Saturday night, while the Yellow Jacket girls dropped their first game, 41-34 at Solon.
In other boys games, it was: Eastwood 64, Liberty-Benton 63 in overtime; Otsego 39, Cardinal Stritch 38; Lakota 46, Vanlue 27; Defiance 43, Rossford 37; and North Baltimore 58, Northwood 31.
In other girls games, it was: Arcadia 70, Elmwood 65; Central Catholic 49, Lake 37; North Baltimore 39, Northwood 29; and Anthony Wayne 70, Otsego 36.

BASKETBALL
BOYS
Perrysburg 70,
Sandusky Perkins 36
In Sandusky, Perrysburg held Perkins to 16 second-half points en route to a nonleague win.
Nick Moschetti led Perrysburg (5-0 overall) with 18 points, while Nate Patteson added 14.

Eastwood 64, Liberty-Benton 63, OT
In Luckey, Jake Schmeltz's free throw with no time left gave Eastwood a nonleague win.
Schmeltz was fouled on a shot as overtime ended. He missed the first three throw, but made the second for the win.
Eastwood trailed 32-17 at the half and closed to within 43-37 after three periods.
Schmeltz scored a game-high 24 points for Eastwood (3-3), while Grant Peters added 17 points and Jordan Faykosh scored 12.

Otsego 39,
Cardinal Stritch 38
In Tontogany, Jalen Myers' 3-point basket with 10 seconds remaining gave Otsego a nonconference win.
The basket capped a comeback that saw the Knights rally from a 35-29 deficit in the fourth quarter.
Myers scored a game-high 19 points for Otsego, 4-2 overall.
Austin Adams led Stritch (2-2) with 13 points.

Defiance 43, Rossford 37
In Defiance, the hosts held a 15-6 advantage after the first quarter and Rossford could not recover in the nonleague game.
Derek Mack scored 15 points and Natwe Childress had 10 rebounds for Rossford, now 5-3 overall.

North Baltimore 58,
Northwood 31
In North Baltimore, three players scored in double figures as the Tigers posted a nonleague win.
Lane Bishop scored 14 points, while Chad Wright and Jacob Frost each added 12 for NB, which improved to 3-4 overall.
Jay Johnson led Northwood (0-5) with 11 points.

Lakota 46, Vanlue 27
In Vanlue, Colin Timmons scored 14 points to lead the Raiders (3-4) in a nonleague win.
Josh Kirkpatrick added 10 points for Lakota.

GIRLS
Solon 41, Perrysburg 34
In Solon, the Comets scored the game's final seven points to pull away from a 34-34 tie with three minutes left.
Sarah Baer scored 13 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for Perrysburg (8-1), while Allex Brown added 13 points 10 rebounds.

Arcadia 70, Elmwood 65
In Arcadia, Courtey Cramer scored 32 points as the Redskins rallied from a 36-61 halftime deficit in a nonleague game.
Kristen Curtis had 22 points and 11 rebounds for Elmwood (5-4), while Marissa Swavel chipped in with 18 points and Sam Ervin scored 12.
Arcadia is 6-1 overall.

Central Catholic 49, Lake 37
In Millbury, Central Catholic held a 19-10 advantage in the third quarter to take control in a nonleague win.
Alexis Hansen led Lake (4-5) with 11 points.

Anthony Wayne 70,
Otsego 36
In Whitehouse, Otsego trailed 36-13 at halftime in the nonleague game.
Abby Hesselschwardt led the Knights (5-4) with 17 points, while Morgan Smoyer added 11 points and 10 rebounds.

North Baltimore 39,
Northwood 29
In Northwood, Olivia Frost scored 11 points to lead North Baltimore for a nonleague win.
Allison Roach led Northwood with nine points.
NB is 3-6 overall, while Northwood is 1-6.

HOCKEY
BGHS loses in
championship game
In Shaker Heights, Tom Robenalt scored 8:17 into overtime Sunday to give Rocky River a 3-2 win over Bowling Green in the championship game of the Thornton Park Invitational.
Jeremy Chambers and Phillip Rich scored for BG, and Tanner Fausnaugh made 22 saves.
Rich's power-play goal with 6:07 remaining sent the game into overtime.
On Saturday, BG was an 8-0 semifinal winner over Mentor.
Jeremy Chambers had three goals for BG. Keegan O'Brien, Connor Senn, Aaron Crawford, Rich and Michael Shilling had the other BG goals.
Fausnaugh and Michael Koldan combined for 10 saves.
Last Updated on Monday, 23 December 2013 10:30
 

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