High School Sports
(updated: 11:54 p.m.) Friday night's state-wide scores (2-14-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Associated Press   
Friday, 14 February 2014 23:57
Friday’s Scores
Boys Basketball
Akr. Buchtel 91, Akr. North 64
Akr. Ellet 65, Akr. Garfield 45
Akr. Kenmore 66, Akr. East 57
Akr. Manchester 56, Can. Timken 54
Alliance 84, Carrollton 48
Andover Pymatuning Valley 78, Vienna Mathews 67
Anna 42, Ft. Loramie 41
Arlington 75, Dola Hardin Northern 26
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 February 2014 00:54
(updated: 11:49 p.m.) Bowen's 48 points help Lake hold off Otsego, 80-72 (2-4-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By JACK CARLE Sentinel Sports Editor   
Friday, 14 February 2014 23:16
Otsego's Jalen Myers (3) guards Lake's Connor Bowen as he handle the ball during their game Friday night. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
TONTOGANY — Connor Bowen scored 48 points to set the Lake single-game scoring record Friday, and the Flyers needed every one of his points in their game against Otsego.
The Knights pushed the eighth-ranked Flyers to the final minute, before Lake prevailed 80-72.
‘‘Otsego played their tails off tonight. They attacked the basket hard,’’ Lake head coach Ryan Bowen said. ‘‘I knew this would be tough, especially after our game Tuesday (a 75-69 win over Rossford).
‘‘Hats off to Jim (Bostdorff, Otsego head coach) for having them ready, but bigger hats off to my boys to come put and withstand their best shot, and I can’t be prouder of them right now.
Lake improved to 12-1 in the Northern Buckeye Conference and secured at least a tie for the league title. Rossford is second at 10-2 after beating Genoa, 76-64.
Otsego came into the game with a defensive plan to stop Bowen from driving the ball and then finding open teammates for 3-pointers.
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 February 2014 09:10
(updated: 11:09 p.m.) Southview boys beat Perrysburg again (2-14-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas Schmeltz Sentinel Sports Staff   
Friday, 14 February 2014 22:57
Perrysburg's Matt Kaczinski (right) shoots against Southview's Nate Hall (33) during their game Friday night. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
PERRYSBURG — For the first time this season, Perrysburg’s boys basketball team put together back-to-back lackluster performances.
And for the first time, the Yellow Jackets lost to the same opponent for a second time.
Sixth-ranked Perrysburg, coming off of a disappointing loss to Anthony Wayne on Tuesday, struggled in almost every phase, falling to Southview, 63-48 Friday night.
“They out-played us in virtually every aspect of the game,” Perrysburg coach Dave Boyce said. “They got control of the game in the first half, partly with their defense and their pressure, and partly with our lack of handling the ball well and passing the ball well.
“We had two tough games this week and we just didn’t capitalize on them,” Boyce added.
With an outstanding defensive effort, the Cougars shut down any sort of offense Perrysburg tried to muster.
Nate Patterson and Matt Kaczinski led Perrysburg with 12 points each, while Nick Moschetti was held to 11.
The ’Jackets finished 0-for-10 from 3-point territory.
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 February 2014 09:19
(update: 11:03 p.m.) Maumee beats BGHS boys in OT (2-14-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JORDAN CRAVENS Sentinel Staff Writer   
Friday, 14 February 2014 23:09
BG's Cam Carsey grabs a rebound over Maumee's Joey Szymanski (33) during the first half. (Photo: J.D. Poooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Bowling Green’s boys basketball team rallied from a 24-20 halftime deficit to force overtime, but came up short in a 55-53 loss to Maumee.
The Panthers scored the final three points of overtime to earn the win.
“It’s always tough to lose a game, but then when you lose a game in overtime and on Senior Night, we just wanted to send our seniors out on the right note,” said BG coach Mark Malinowski.
“The reason we hung in the game is because the guys played with a lot of heart and they gave it all they had,” he added.  e
With 31 seconds remaining in overtime, BG led 53-52. But Maumee gained back the lead for good at 54-53 when senior Cam Carsey was called for his fifth foul of the game on a basket by Brian Utter.
“From our perspective, it looked like a charge,” Malinowski said. “If that call would have went the other way, with the senior taking the charge, we would have been up one. It was a big call, but you can’t blame a game on a referee.”
BG held a narrow 39-38 lead heading into the fourth quarter after finally seeing some of its shots fall on offense. The Bobcats scored 19 points in the third quarter.
With 14 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Maumee took a 46-44 lead on two made free throws.
Cue, Aidan Markey.
After not seeing the court all game, Markey came in with less than three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 February 2014 09:15
Prep Roundup: Big second half sparks Bobcat girls PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune   
Friday, 14 February 2014 10:19
Big second half sparks Bobcat girls

Bowling Green's girls put together a 25-point second half to defeat Napoleon, 42-39.
In other girls games it was: Perrysburg 50, Anthony Wayne 20; Elmwood 59, Rossford 45; Eastwood 48, Fostoria 45; Genoa 60, Otsego 30; Ottawa Hills 55, Northwood 23; and Tiffin Calvert 61, Lakota 17.

BGHS 42, Napoleon 39
In Napoleon, Hanna Williford led BG with 15 points in an Northern Lakes League win. Livvy Dill  scored 10.
BG is 11-11 and 5-9. Napoleon is 5-15, 2-13.

Eastwood 48, Fostoria 45
In Fostoria, Mackenzie Albright scored 18 points and Reagan Boice scored 13 leading Eastwood to a Northern Buckeye Conference victory.
Emily Hayward added 10 points for the Eagles (3-17, 2-12).
Fostoria is 1-19, 0-13.

Genoa 60, Otsego 30
In Genoa, Morgan Smoyer scored 10 points for Otsego (10-12, 7-7) in its NBC loss.
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