|Sports Briefs: 12-19-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 19 December 2013 11:41|
Tickets still available for Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
Over 6,000 tickets for the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl have been sold by Bowling Green. That is over 2,000 more than was sold for the MAC championship game.
Tickets remain on sale by calling 877-BGSU-TICKET, going to bowl center at BGSUFalcons.com. Fans can also visit the ticket office in the Stroh Center during regular business hours.
Tickets are $15 for the general public and $5 for BGSU students and will be sold until noon on Monday. After that point, fans can purchase tickets through the Ford Field Box Office at an increased ticket price.
A total of eight fan buses have been filled for the game. Limited seating is still available for the fan buses at a price of $25 for non-members and $15 for Falcon Club members (these prices do not include a ticket). Full details are available at BGSUFalcons.com.
Otsego-Eastwood makeup set
LUCKEY -The Otsego at Eastwood boys basketball game postponed Tuesday night will be played on Jan. 8.
Owens men post win
ELYRIA - Seven players scored in double figures for the Owens Community College men's basketball team in a 118-79 win over Lorain County CC. Owens is now 12-3.
Owens' leaders were: Bikramjit Gil, 15 points, eight rebounds; Kenny Jones, 15 points, nine rebounds; Antoine Benford, 14 points, eight rebounds; Edmond Early, 14 points, seven assists; Andy Bachman, 13 points, five rebounds, five assists; John Murry, 13 points; Martez Asberry, 10 points; and Shaakir Lindsey, nine assists.
East-West game is Jan. 18
The East-West Shrine game, a college all-star football game, is Jan. 18 in St. Petersburg, Fla.
An incorrect date was published in Wednesday's paper.
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