|Sports Briefs: 02-06-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 06 February 2013 10:31|
Perrysburg girls drop to 10th
COLUMBUS - Perrysburg's girls fell two more places to 10th in this week's Division I high school basketball poll.
The Yellow Jackets, 16-1 overall, received 40 points in media voting. Perrysburg was tied for eighth with 59 points last week.
Perrysburg was fifth two weeks ago before suffering its only loss to Notre Dame.
The poll is on page 11.
Falcon football tickets on sale
Season tickets for the 2013 Bowling Green State University football season go on sale today.
Early bird pricing for season tickets will remain the same as 2012. Bench seats are $75 and chairbacks are $84 until the April 12 spring game with numerous benefits. Fans who purchase their season tickets before April 12 will receive free parking, a VIP field pass for the spring game, an invitation to the season ticket holder party with head coach Dave Clawson in August, utilization of BGSU's ticket exchange program and the opportunity to select two free tickets to an away Mid-American Conference game of choice.
To buy tickets, call 877-BGSU-TICKET or visit BGSUFalcons.com.
Northwood makeup date set
NORTHWOOD - The Old Fort at Northwood girls basketball game has been rescheduled for Feb. 16 with the junior varsity game at 6 p.m.
Elmwood biddy wrestlers win tournament
The Elmwood biddy wrestlers won the Northern Buckeye Conference tournament for the second straight year. The individual placers were:
• First, Cameron Deiter, Corey Loera, Cannon Endicott, Kain Brossia, Mason Oliver and Micah Oliver;
• Second, Zane Hagemeyer, Colton Woodward, Aydan Gheen, Easton Thomas, Mason Crum, Trey Brossia and Mitchell Oliver;
• Third, Gunner Endicott, and Nathan Ziebold; and
• Fourth, AJ Gallegos, Cody Woodward, Luke Barringer, Evan Stacey, Garrett Wright and Jacob Corral.
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