|Sports Briefs: 01-15-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 15 January 2014 10:48|
Falcon women ranked 34th in USA Today poll
Bowling Green was 34th with eight points in this week's USA Today women's college basketball poll.
The Falcons were 39th with six points last week. BG is 13-2 overall and 3-0 in the Mid-American Conference.
Turski to play for Falcons
Katilyn Turski who attended Owens Community College, has transferred to Bowling Green State University to play softball.
Turski had a strong freshman season for the Express. She will be a mid-season transfer for the Falcons.
The right-handed pitcher was 20-10 in 31 starts for the Express in 2012-13. She led the Express in innings pitched (197), wins (20), and strikeouts (111). Turski also pitched 22 complete games for the Express.
Turski garnered the All-Ohio Community College Athletic Conference pitcher of the year award as a freshman, and was named to the Region XII District G all-tournament team.
BG's Lievendag earns MAC honor
CLEVELAND - Bowling Green State University gymnast Amanda Lievendag has been named the Mid-American Conference's specialist of the week.
Competing against No. 12 Oregon State and No. 19 Ohio State, Lievendag tied her personal best score on the uneven bars with a meet-best score of 9.875. She also posted a 9.775 on vault, tying for fifth place among all competitors.
It's the second time in her Falcon career she has earned the MAC specialist of the week honor.
Perrysburg girls ranked 12th
COLUMBUS - Perrysburg fell one place to 12th in this week's Division I girls high school basketball poll.
The Yellow Jackets had 19 points in the media voting, compared to 27 last week.
Perrysburg is 11-1 overall and 9-0 in the Northern Lakes League.
The poll is elsehwere on this page.
Gorski, Rossford named to academic All-Ohio team
COLUMBUS - Otsego's Cole Gorski and Rossford were named to the academic All-Ohio high school football team selected by the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association.
Gorski was one of 106 players honored. The players had to be seniors, nominated by their coaches, have a grade-point average of at least 3.6, and be named first-team all-county, all-league or all-district.
Rossford was one of 72 teams honored. The teams were selected based on the combined gpa of its top 22 players who have earned a varsity letter.
Lake-Northwood boys game rescheduled
The Lake at Northwood boys basketball game has been rescheduled for Feb. 22.
The freshmen game starts at 11 a.m., followed by the junior varsity and varsity games.
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