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Prep Roundup: Rossford boys win (12-20-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas Schmeltz/Sentinel Sports Writer   
Saturday, 21 December 2013 00:16

Rossford’s boys scored 29 points in the second quarter on the way to a 68-50 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Fostoria.
Rossford’s bus broke down on the way to the game, but the Bulldogs still prevailed.
In other boys games, it was: Eastwood 87, Genoa 46; Otsego 47, Woodmore 36; Lake 76, Elmwood 38; Tiffin Calvert 45, North Baltimore, 40; and Swanton 60, Northwood 20.
In girls games, it was: Bowling Green 52, Napoleon 44; and Perrysburg 46, Anthony Wayne 40.


BASKETBALL
BOYS
Rossford 68, Fostoria 50
In Fostoria, Derek Mack scored 14 points, Mack Miller had 13, and Brian Burks contributed with 12 to pace the Bulldogs, 5-2 overall and 4-0 in the NBC.
Rossford is tied with Lake for first place in the conference.
Fostoria is 1-5, 0-3.

Otsego 47, Woodmore 36
In Tontogany, Jalen Myers had 22 points and nine rebounds, and Schyler Scherff had 10 points and eight rebounds as Otsego improved to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the NBC.
Otsego took a 26-10 at the half to drop Woodmore to 1-5, 1-3.

Eastwood 84, Genoa 46
In Luckey, Eastwood scored more than 20 points in three different quarters on the way to the NBC win.
Jake Schmeltz led the Eagles with 24 points, Grant Peters scored 16, and Zach Jacoby added 14.
Eastwood and Genoa are 2-3 overall and 1-2 in the NBC.

Carey 73, Lakota 36
In Kansas, Bryan Powers and Jared Wentling each scored 21 points as Carey improved to 3-0 in the Midland Athletic League.
Lakota received 15 points from Josh Kirkpatrick and 10 from Dakota Bowling. The Raiders are 2-4 overall and 1-2 in the MAL.

Tiffin Calvert 45,
North Baltimore 40
In North Baltimore, Tiffin Calvert held on to post a five-point win over the hosts in an MAL game.
Lane Bishop led the Tigers with 11 points, and Jacob Frost had 10 points and six rebounds.
NB is 2-4 overall and 1-2 in the MAL.

Swanton 60, Northwood 29
In Northwood, Swanton had three players score in double figures to post the nonleague win.
Northwood is 0-5.
GIRLS
BGHS 52, Napoleon 44
Tyanna Smith led three BG players in double figures to help the Bobcats erase a 24-22 halftime deficit.
Kendal Glandorff added 11 points and Hanna Williford had 10 for BG, 5-4 overall and 3-4 in the Northern Lakes League.
Brittany Homan had 13 points and Steph Kruse had 12 for Napoleon (2-6, 1-6).

HOCKEY
BGHS 3, Hudson 1
In Shaker Heights, Keegan O’Brien scored twice and Grant DeWitt added one goal and one assist as BG advanced to the semifinals of the Thornton Park Invitational.
The Bobcats scored twice in the first period and once in the third period for a 3-0 lead before Hudson scored with just 21 seconds left in the game.
Tanner Fausnaugh had 29 saves for BG, which held a 38-30 edge in shots.
The Bobcats, 6-3 overall, face Mentor (4-6) Saturday night at 6:30.
The championship and consolation games are Sunday.

BOWLING
BOYS
BG beats Springfield
Bowling Green was a 2,689-1,853 winner Thursday over Springfield in a Northern Lakes League match.
Chase Ferguson had games of 246 and 206 for a 452 total for BG, while Jacob Spangenberg had games of 214 and 213 for a 427 total, and Brian LeGalley had games of 202 and 200 for a 402 total.
BG’s Lucas Jenne had a 215 game.

Eastwood
remains undefeated
At Tri-County Lanes in Woodville, Eastwood improved to 5-0 overall and in the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference with a 2,863-2,777 win over Woodmore.
Eastwood’s Matt White had a 243 game and a 439 total, and Kyle Waynick had a 247 game and a 411 total.

GIRLS
BG defeats Springfield
Bowling Green was a 2,457-1,593 winner over Springfield in a NLL match.
BG’s Alisha Nook had games of 278 and 213 for a 491 total.

Eastwood posts win
At Tri-County Lanes in Woodville, Eastwood improved to 4-1 overall and in the NOBC with a 2,331-1,943 win over Woodmore.
Eastwood’s Kat Przybylski had a 224 game and a 4-05 total.

GIRLS
BGHS 52, NAPOLEON 44
NAPOLEON
Homan, 2-3-0—13; Smith, 3-3—9; Sonnenberg, 3-0—6; Kruse, 5-2—12; Ferguson, 1-0—2; Chamberlain, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-3-5—44.
BGHS
Maas, 1-0—2; Glandorff, 2-1-4—11; Smith, 6-2—14; Dill, 3-3—9; Williford, 5-0—10; Morman, 2-2—6. TOTALS: 19-1-11—52.
NAPOLEON    7    17    6    14    —44
BGHS    8    14    11    19    —52
Junior varsity: Napoleon, 44-34.

PERRYSBURG 46, ANTHONY WAYNE 40
PERRYSBURG
Sattler, 1-0—2; Hunter, 1-3—5; Moore, 0-0—0; Witt, 0-0—0; DeLong, 1-4-0—14; S. Baer, 5-5—15; Piezer, 1-1—3; Brown, 1-5—7. TOTALS: 10-4-14—46.
ANTHONY WAYNE
Bahr, 0-0—0; Allen, 3-2—8; Bonivel, 5-2—12; Bedard, 2-2-0—10; Burdo, 0-0—0; Krieg, 0-1—1; Mitchell, 0-0—0; Hood, 0-1—1; Zankl, 2-4—8. TOTALS: 12-2-10—40.
PERRYSBURG    15    4    13    14    —46
AW    10    11    9    10    —40
Junior varsity: AW, 38-33.

BOYS
Lake 76, Elmwood 38
ELMWOOD
Robbins, 1-1—3; Childress, 1-0—2; Baxter, 0-0—0; Arnold, 4-0—8; Jones, 0-1-0—3; Aufdencamp, 1-1—3; Lentz, 0-2-1—7; Buckingham, 0-0­—0; Solether, 4-2—10; Palmer, 0-0—0; Camden, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-3-5–38.
LAKE
Jared Rettig, 4-2-3—17; Walters, 5-3—13; Cody Witt, 2-1-1—8; Neal, 4-1-3—14; Bowen, 4-1-1—12; Jacob Rettig, 0-1-0—3; Day, 1-0—2; Aaron Witt, 2-3—7; Duncan, 0-0—0; Permar, 0-0—0; Williams, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 22-6-14—76.
ELMWOOD    13    10    5    10—38
LAKE    31    18    16    11—76
Junior varsity: Lake, 51-36.

EASTWOOD 87, Genoa 46
GENOA
Kauden, 1-1-7—12; Henninger, 1-5—7; Brennan, 1-0—2; Goodrich, 2-0—4; Gose, 2-0—4; Aumiller, 1-0—2; Rightnowar, 2-7—11; Adams, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 12-1-19—46.
EASTWOOD
Peters, 7-2—16; Smith, 2-5—9; Flipse, 0-2—2; Bradley, 4-0—8; Schmeltz, 11-2—24; Reyes, 1-0—2; Jacoby, 6-2—14; Coffman, 1-1—3; Faykosh, 3-0—6; Hoodlebrink, 1-1—3. TOTALS: 36-15—87.
GENOA    11    12    9    14    —46
EASTWOOD    18    26    21    22    —87
Junior varsity: Eastwood, 62-49.

ROSSFORD 68, FOSTORIA 50
ROSSFORD
Miller, 3-2-1-0—13; Niese, 1-1-0—5; Mack, 3-1-5—14; Sinclair, 4-0—8; Fuerst, 1-1—3; Davis, 1-0—2; Stowers, 1-2—4; Burks, 5-2—12; Sauter, 0-0—0; Linthicum, 0-1—1; Childress, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 22-4-12—68.
FOSTORIA
Kaleb Bemis, 2-0—4; Kobey Bemis, 3-0—6; Brown, 0-1-0—3; Cannon, 1-0—2; Mauricio, 0-2—2; Renz, 0-1—1; Metz, 1-1—3; Abell, 4-0—8; Stennett, 1-3—5; Medina, 1-1—3; Stone, 1-1—3; Mahan, 1-2-0—8. Team, 1-0—2.TOTALS: 16-3-9—50.
ROSSFORD    16    29    16    7    —68
FOSTORIA    9    12    10    19    —50
Junior varsity: Rossford, 58-37.

OTSEGO 47, WOODMORE 36
WOODMORE
Avers, 0-1-2—5; Torbahn, 3-0—6; Speaker, 0-1-0—3; Weis, 1-0—2; Lewandowski, 1-1-0—5; Mullin, 5-0—10; Greulich, 1-1-0—5. TOTALS: 11-4-2—36.
OTSEGO
Myers, 7-1-5—22; Horseman, 3-0—6; Scherff, 3-4—10; Hosley, 0-2-1—7; Downs, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 14-3-10—47.
WOODMORE    9    8    12    7    —36
OTSEGO    16    10    10    11    —47
Junior varsity: Otsego, 32-18.

CAREY 73, LAKOTA 36
CAREY
Powers, 4-3-4—21; LaRoche, 3-1-4—13; L. Wentling, 1-0—2; J. Wentling, 8-1-2—21; Distel, 0-1-1—4; Rymer, 1-3—5; Smallwood, 2-0—4; Logsdon, 0-1-0—3. 19-7-14—73.
LAKOTA
Timmons, 1-1—3; Kirkpatrick, 5-5—15; Chalfin, 0-3—3; Monroe, 0-1—1; Below, 1-0—2; Crowe, 1-0—2; Bowling, 2-1-3—10. TOTALS: 10-1-13—36.
CAREY    14    22    20    17    —73
LAKOTA    11    9    10    6 —36
Junior varsity: Unavailable.

TIFFIN CALVERT 45,
NORTH BALTIMORE 40
TIFFIN CALVERT
Bennett, 4-1-6—17; Ritzler, 2-3—7; Bell, 4-1-4—15; Perry, 2-0—4; Team, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 13-2-13—45.
NORTH BALTIMORE
Newcomer, 0-1-1—4; Frost, 5-0—10; Watson, 1-1-2—7; Wright, 3-0—6; Bishop, 2-7—11; Trumbull, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 13-2-10—40.
CALVERT    10    7    15    13    —45
NB    12    2    16    10    —40
Junior varsity: Tiffin Calvert, 36-31.

SWANTON 60, NORTHWOOD 20
SWANTON
Ringle, 4-1-1—12; McComb, 3-1—7; Oures, 1-1-2—7; Bloom, 1-3-0—11; Z. Sanderson, 0-1-0—3; JD Sanderson, 0-2—2; Niedewinski, 3-1-1—10; Bryant, 2-0—4; Arnold, 1-0—2; Cernis, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 15-7-9—60.
NORTHWOOD
Cathers, 1-0—2; Sutton, 1-0—2; J. Vickers, 1-1-0—5; Johnson, 2-2—6; Bonette, 2-1—5. TOTALS: 7-1-3—20.
SWANTON    14    15    14    17    —60
NORTHWOOD    7    2    4    7    —20
Junior varsity: Swanton, 35-17.

 

BGHS 3, HUDSON 1
GOALS BY PERIOD
BGHS    2    0    1    —3
HUDSON    0    0    1    —1
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1, BG O’Brien (DeWitt) 3:33. 2, BG DeWitt (Senn) 7:29.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: None.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3, BG O’Brien (Smith) 4:35 (pp). 4, HU Giaimo (Gaffney, Lori) 14:39.
SAVES BY PERIOD
Fausnaugh, BG    6    17    6    —29    
Ganley, HU    14    11    10    —35
Goalie statistics (goals against/minutes played): (BG) Fausnaugh 1/45; (H) Ganley 3/45.
Penalties-Minutes: BG 5-10, HU 6-12.
Power plays: BG 1-6, HU 1-5.

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