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'Jacket wrestlers qualify entire team for district (2-18-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 10:10
Perrysburg's entire wrestling team advanced to the district tournament.
In all, 40 wrestlers from Wood County school advanced to the districts.

At Mansfield, Perrysburg had 10 champions and all 14 wrestlers advanced.
The Yellow Jackets finished with 315 points, 132 points in from of Ashland.
Perrysburg's champions were: Khyron Vidales (106), Mario Guillen (113), Moises Guillen (120), Josh Herhold (132), J.P. Newton (152), Dan Waltermyer (160), Rocco Caywood (182), Kadin Llewellyn (195), Mark Delas (220), and Cale Bonner (285).
Brock Jones (126), Matt Waltermeyer (145) were second, while Chase Newton (170) was third, and Leo Romp (138) was fourth.
The district is this weekend at Cleveland State.

At the Stroh Center, Rossford's Jacob Bulage (126), and Bowling Green's T.J. Jacobs (220) were both second.
Jacobs lost 2-1 in the championship round to Perkins' Kordell Chaney.
The district is this weekend at the Stroh Center.
3 county swimmers qualify for state (2-18-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:22
CLEVELAND - Three swimmers from county high schools have advanced to the state swimming meet.
Bowling Green's Emmy Sehmann and Trae Gulgin, and Eastwood's Alyssa Decker qualified from the district meets at Cleveland State.
In Division I, Sehmann won the 100 freestyle (51.64) and was second in the 200 freestyle (1:50.73). She is seeded sixth in the state meet in both events.
In Division II, Gulgin was third in the 100 backstroke (53.93) and is seeded 10th.
Also in Division II, Decker was second on the 100 butterfly (59.23) and is seeded 14th, and finished third in the 200 individual medley (2:14.11) and is seeded 22nd.
The state meet is in Canton with the swimming events starting Thursday.
(updated: 4:53 p.m.) Perrysburg girls fall to Notre Dame in battle of state-ranked teams (2-15-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by THOMAS SCHMELTZ/Sentinel Sports Writer   
Saturday, 15 February 2014 16:57
PERRYSBURG — After trailing by just two at halftime, Perrysburg’s girls basketball team had a chance for a statement win over Notre Dame Saturday afternoon.
But the Eagles used their strength, size and length to hold the Yellow Jackets to just 13 second-half points as Perrysburg fell, 50-35, in a battle of Division I state-ranked teams.
Sixth-ranked Perrysburg is 18-3 overall, while Notre Dame, ranked seventh, improved to 18-3.
The ’Jackets battled through nine first-half turnovers to go into the break down 24-22. But scarce baskets were even harder to come by in the second half. Perrysburg shot just 5-of-25 from the floor in the final 16 minutes as it was out-scored 26-13.
It was just the third time this season that Perrysburg was held to less than 40 points.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 February 2014 06:51
Boys basketball standings (2-18-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 09:21
Team (Overall)    W    L
Perrysburg (18-3)    10    3
Springfield (13-5)    9    3
Southview (14-5)    9    4
Anthony Wayne (11-7)    8    5
Napoleon (9-12)    6    7
Northview (6-13)    4    9
Maumee (4-15)    3    9
Bowling Green (4-17)    2    11
Saturday's Games
Perrysburg 56, Ottawa-Glandorf 53
Anthony Wayne 71, Whitmer 58
Archbold 52, Napoleon 48
Today's Games
Springfield at Maumee
St. Francis at Northview
BGHS hockey wins, 25-0 (2-14-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 15 February 2014 00:40

Bowling Green won its eighth straight game Friday, posting a 25-0 win over Ottawa Hills in the first round of the district high school hockey playoffs at Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter.
The game was called after two periods because of the 10-goal mercy rule.
Michael Shilling and Aaron Crawford each had three goals for BG, which received goals from a total of 14 players.
The Bobcats had 74 shots on goal to just one for OH.
BG, ranked ninth in the state, is 18-9-1 overall.
“We’re in a no-win situation in a game like this,” BG coach Dan DeWitt said. “The only good thing is the players who might not have gotten a lot of ice time in some of the last few tight games we’ve played got plenty of ice time.”
The Bobcats play Perrysburg or Maumee in the quarterfinals Tuesday night at 8.

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 February 2014 00:44
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