Prep roundup: Mason Oliver, Case Boos first team All-Ohio

File. Elmwood’s Mason Oliver runs the football past Genoa’s defense Friday night.

Elmwood has eight players mentioned on the Division V All-Ohio teams announced by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association.

Mason Oliver, a 5-foot-10, 200-pound senior, is a first team All-Ohio running back, 6-4, 200-pound senior quarterback Hayden Wickard is a second team quarterback and 6-1, 165-senior Mason Mossbarger is a second team wide receiver.

Cannon Endicott, a 6-2, 175-pound senior, is a third team linebacker and 6-1, 235-pound junior offensive lineman Jimmy Palmer, 6-0, 245-pound senior defensive lineman, 5-8, 180-pound senior linebacker Adam Meyer, and 6-1, 185-pound junior defensive back Micah Oliver are honorable mention.

Eastwood has five selections, headed up by 5-10, 157-pound senior quarterback Case Boos, who is a first team running back.

Jordan Pickerel, a 5-9, 191-pound senior offensive lineman, is second team, and 6-1, 181-pound senior Dalton Hesselbart is a third team defensive lineman.

Jaleel Rayford, a 6-0, 200-pound senior defensive lineman and Bryce Hesselbart, a 5-9, 187-pound senior linebacker, are honorable mention.

Otsego 6-0, 170-pound junior Devin Farley is a second team All-Ohio defensive back.

Rossford 6-0, 205-pound senior quarterback Alex Williams and 6-5, 185-pound senior wide receiver Jake Morrison are third team All-Ohio in Division IV.

Bobcats fifth at Jim Derr Memorial

NORTHWOOD — The Bowling Green wrestling team placed fifth out of 22 teams at thier season opening tournament, Northwood’s Jim Derr Memorial.

Bobcats Cohen Lewis and Dominick Burch were champions of their respective weight divisions.

BG wrestler Xavier Scottt was runner up, Colton Keefe was fourth, Landon Deiter was fifth, and Paul Archer, Jacob U’Ren, and Daniel Fields were sixth.

Also winning matches for BG were Jack Diegel, Noah Quintero, Andrew White, AJ Miller, and Jacob Baumgardner.

Perrysburg 78, Clay 42

PERRYSBURG — Matt Watkins scored 23 points and Austin Shultz scored 19 as Perrysburg boys basketball defeated Clay, 78-42, in non-league action Tuesday.

Perrysburg improves to 3-1 while Clay drops to 1-3.

Perrysburg opened up a 27-12 first quarter lead and relied on 12 three-point goals, including five by Shultz and two by Watkins, in taking down the Eagles.

Gavin Fenneken scored nine points, Matt Hubbard scored seven, Zack Pamer scored six points, and Joe Dynda and Avery Hunt added five points each, and Matt McEwen added four points for Perrysburg.

For the Eagles, Luke Measel scored 10 points, Lucas Jeremy scored seven, Evin Baker scored six and Collin Berryman scored five points.

Jayden Williams and Mason Heintschel scored four points apiece, and Dominic Pegish, Ben Roberts and Aaron Miller added two points each for Clay.

North Baltimore 53, Toledo Horizon Science 15

NORTH BALTIMORE — Jose Parades had a double-double 20 points and 16 rebounds in leading North Baltimore to a 53-15 victory over Horizon Science Tuesday.

The Tigers (1-3) built a 35-7 halftime lead and ultimately got eight different players into the scoring column.

Brody Walter scored 10 points and had four steals and Owen Clark had eight points and four assists for the Tigers.

Wyatt Baltz and Cam Stefan scored four points apiece and Victor Parades scored three points for NB.

The Tigers had 43 rebounds, just 10 turnovers, and were 25-for-52 (48%) from the field.

Lake 59, Rossford 14

ROSSFORD—Elise Staczek scored 20 points, including 16 in the first half, as Lake routed Rossford, 59-14, in Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball Tuesday.

The Flyers opened a 23-4 first quarter lead and never looked back, improving to 2-4 overall and 2-1 in the NBC. Rossford is 1-4 and 0-2.

Elena Longoria scored nine points, Mary Enright scored seven, Jessie Materni and Penelope Garcia scored six apiece, Lauren Tobias scored five, Kyleigh Christ scored four, and Keydence Eckenrode added two points for the Flyers.

The Flyers had six three-point goals, including two each from Longoria and Garcia, had just 10 turnovers, and went 7-for-11 from the free throw line.

For Rossford, Scarlett Williams scored five points, Emily McConcha scored four points, Madison Kulscher scored three points, and Jadyn Durfey added two points.

Fostoria 59, Elmwood 21

FOSTORIA — Fostoria continued its winning ways in girls basketball, downing Elmwood, 59-21, in a Northern Buckeye Conference game Tuesday.

Fostoria improves to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the NBC while Elmwood falls to 2-5 and 2-1.

For the Redmen, Garyana Overton scored 15 and Lyrique Johnson and Alycia Middlebrooks scored 13 points apiece. Jenna Johnson added seven points.

Aubrey Johnson scored six points for Elmwood, McKenzie Laird had five points, and Cara Frank had four points, eight rebounds and two assists.

Anna Meyer and Kate Keiffer both had three points and two assists apiece and Allyie Reynolds did not score but had two steals.

The Royals were 4-of-15 from inside the arc, 2-for-17 from outside, had 17 rebounds and 24 turnovers.

BG bowlers start 0-2

In boys bowling, Bowling Green lost to Rossford, 2,164-2,131, at Interstate Lanes on Nov. 22 and to Springfield, 2,370-2,121 at Al-Mar Lanes on Dec. 5.

BG bowler Miguel Lorenzen had the high game of 231 and an average of 192 and Lucas Lilly is averaging a team high 199.

Jerrad Main is averaging 178, Cyrus HIghham is averaging 148 and Aiden Peper is averaging 144 for the Bobcats.

The BG girls lost to Rossford, 1,462-1,289 and to Springfield, 1,852-1,172.

BG bowler Haley Roberts has the high game of 160 and high average of 128, Ali Murphy is averaging 113, followed by Maya Beagle (97), Addison Nickey (91), Delani Jarvi (89), and Samantha Sisco (72).