|Sports Briefs: 04-29-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 29 April 2014 08:54|
11th Frame moves to Sentinel website only
The Sentinel-Tribune's weekly bowling column, the 11th Frame, will continue to be posted online every Tuesday at www.sent-trib.com.
The column will no longer appear in the print edition of the Sentinel.
Baer, Myers, Moschetti, compete in all-star games
COLUMBUS - Sarah Baer, from Perrysburg High School, scored 14 points and had eight rebounds for the North team in the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Division I-II girls Sunday. The North won 95-48.
Rachel Myers, from Liberty-Benton High School, scored 10 points for the North in the Division III-IV game. The North won 89-62.
Both Baer and Myers have signed to play basketball at Bowling Green State University.
Nick Moschetti, from Perrysburg High School, played for the North team in the Division I-II boys game. He scored four points as the South posted a 102-100 victory.
The games were played at Ohio Dominican University.
Owens golf wins fourth straight
CLEVELAND - The Owens Community College men's golf team won its fourth straight tournament in the Lakeland Invitational at Quail Hollow Country Club on Monday.
The Express shot 300 as a team and finished five strokes ahead of runnerup Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
Owens' scores were: Brandon Hoelzer, 74; Kirby Manown and Philippe Weppernig, 75 each; and Harrison Long 76.
Mud Hens blank Braves
TOLEDO - Three Toledo pitchers combined on a nine-hit shutout as the Mud Hens beat Gwinnett, 8-0 Monday. Toledo is 10-15 in the International League West.
Tyler Collins had three hits for the Mud Hens while Ezequiel Carrera and Hernan Perez each had two hits.
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