|Sports Briefs: 11-21-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 21 November 2013 11:05|
Varsity only for Elmwood girls on Saturday
JERRY CITY - Elmwood's girls basketball game Saturday with Fostoria St. Wendelin is varsity only starting at 7 p.m.
Elmwood baseball camp planned
JERRY CITY - The Elmwood baseball program will host a baseball skills camp and wiffleball league Dec. 26-28 for boys in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Registration forms are available in the Elmwood school office or on the middle school website, http://www.elmwood.k12.oh.us/District/Middle/mindex.htm.
Owens women's soccer in playoff
MELBOURNE, Fla. - The Owens Community College women's soccer team is still alive in the National Junior College Athletic Association Divison I national tournament.
Today, Owens, Butler CC, and Darton State College are playing, and the format of each game will be two, 10-minute sudden death periods followed by a penalty kick round if necessary.
Butler had the bye and Owens plays Darton with the winner playing Butler. The winner advances to the national semifinals.
Express men's basketball wins
DEARBORN, Mich. - Andy Bachman scored a career-high 23 points to lead the Owens Community College men's basketball team to an 82-69 win over Henry Ford CC Wednesday.
Bachman also had a team-high eight rebounds and added two steals. Also for Owens, Edmond Early scored 13 points, and John Murry scored 12 points and had four assists and four rebounds.
Owens is 5-2.
BG Rifle Team loses
The Bowling Green Rifle Team was a 1,410-1,380 loser to Oak Harbor.
BG's scores were: Dan Altman, 294; Bob Schwiebert, 281; Don Link, 273, and Kira Miller, Mike Sayen, 271. Jerry Milnor, Norbert Norden, Richard Dittman and Kris Link also fired for BG.
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