Prep Roundup: Stone leads BG boys to victory over Houston (12-30-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 30 December 2013 10:10
Lamontá Stone scored 23 points Saturday to help Bowling Green's boys basketball team post an 80-75 win over Houston.
In other boys games, it was: Lake 67, Bryan 64; Perrysburg 68, Toledo Whitmer 54; Springfield 64, Eastwood 54; Arcadia 59, Elmwood 34; Lima Perry 72, North Baltimore 44; and Lakota 61, Emmanuel Christian 58.
In girls games, it was: Lake 42, Fostoria St. Wendelin 38; North Baltimore 52, Vanlue 31; Danbury 51, Lakota 23; and Evergreen 54, Northwood 22.

BGHS 80, Houston 75
In Houston, the Bobcats used a big second quarter to improve to 2-5 overall.
BG held a 20-17 lead after one quarter and expanded it to 42-26 at the half.
The Bobcats led by 20 points with just over five minutes remaining, but held on as the Wildcats (5-3) scored 32 points in the fourth quarter.
Houston rallied within six points with 2:30 left before BG closed out the victory.
The Wildcats started five seniors who were freshmen on the school's Division IV state runnerup team in 2011.
Trey Walker scored 17 points and Trent Hinton had 16 for the Bobcats. BG's Ryan Ludwig had 10 rebounds.

Lake 67, Bryan 64
In Millbury, Connor Bowen scored 35 points to lead Lake (8-0) as the Flyers won their own tournament
The Flyers took the lead with 6:04 left in the fourth quarter and held on to post the win.
In addition to Bowen's 35 points, Jared Rettig scored 12 points for Lake.
Sean Culler scored 17 points for Bryan (3-4).

Springfield 64,
Eastwood 54
In Holland, Manny Durden scored 19 points and Markese Hicks added 12 as Springfield improved to 5-2.
Grant Peters had 15 points for Eastwood (3-4) and Michael Flipse contributed 12.

Arcadia 59, Elmwood 34
In Arcadia, the Indians had three players score in double figures.
Aaron Arnold had 20 points, five rebounds and five assists for the Royals (0-6).

Lakota 61,
Summerfield 58
In Toledo, Colin Timmons and Hunter Chalfin each scored 19 points as Lakota (4-6) won the third-place game in the Emmanuel Christian Tournament.
The Raiders surged to a 34-24 lead at the half and held on after that.

Lima Perry 72,
North Baltimore 44
In Lima, Jacob Frost had 25 points for NB (3-6).

Lake 42,
Fostoria St. Wendelin 38
In Millbury, Jordan Taylor had 13 points and Alexis Hansen added 11 for Lake (5-5).
Lake's Sumer Woodruff had seven rebounds, and Taylor had five steals.

North Baltimore 52,
Vanlue 31
In North Baltimore, Olivia Frost made seven 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 22 points as the Tigers improved to 4-6.
Kiah Powell had 12 points for NB, while Morgan Schoemp had eight rebounds and four assists.

Danbury 51, Lakota 23
In Lakeside, Bree Long-Meyer and Katie Park both had had seven points for Lakota (2-8).
Park also had seven rebounds.

Evergreen 54,
Northwood 22
In Northwood, Alex Rable scored eight points for the Rangers (1-7).

Elmwood finishes second
At Genoa in the North Coast Dual Meets, Elmwood finished second going 8-1. The Royals improved to 14-4 on the season.
Elmwood beat Toledo Whitmer, 36-33; Gibsonburg, 38-18; Hamilton, 27-25; Lakota, 63-9; Elyria Catholic, 54-16; McComb, 66-9; Cleveland Heights, 67-0; and Margaretta, 42-29. Genoa beat Elmwood, 39-34.
Dylan Hall (145) and Jacob Wise (170) were both 9-0 for the Royals, while Luke Hagemeyer (182) was 2-0. Also for Elmwood, Dylan Benschoter (132), Brik Dauterman (138), and Jack Hagemeyer (285) were all 7-2 while Austin Isaacs (182) was 6-1. Kieran Adamski (126), Noah Baker (160), and Zack Baker (220) were all 6-3.
Lakota finished eighth in the 10-team tournament, going 2-7.

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