Prep roundup: Bobcats finish unbeaten at Holly Daze


Bowling Green hockey defeated New Albany, 3-1, at Bowling Green State University’s Slater Family Ice Arena Thursday to finish the Holly Daze Tournament unbeaten at 3-0-1.

However, the Bobcats finished second in the eight-team event, placing behind champion Cincinnati Moeller based on points.

BG and Moeller tied 2-2, but Moeller won two of three periods, which helped their cause. Moeller scored a goal in each of the first two periods, while BG scored both of its goals in the third period.

Moeller also finished 3-0-1, defeating Perrysburg, 1-0, Findlay, 3-0, and Anthony Wayne, 6-2.

BG, 11-6-3 overall, got a shorthanded goal from Ethan Helvoigt in the second period in the win over New Albany.

Rhett Winger scored in the third period assisted by Cash Wisniewski and Colby Joseph added the third goal for the Bobcats.

Perrysburg finished the Holly Daze 2-2 and is now 9-7-1 overall after falling to Dublin Jerome, 2-1, Thursday at The Cube in Findlay.

Cody Schneider scored the Yellow Jackets’ lone goal and Sam Yonker finished the tournament with a 1.00 goals against average.

Bellevue 56, Eastwood 32

BELLEVUE — Bellevue led visiting Eastwood by just four, 21-17, at halftime, but the Redmen opened a 40-26 lead entering the fourth quarter and defeated the Eagles, 56-32.

Bellevue improves to 6-2 while Eastwood falls to 5-4. Bellevue had just six turnovers to Eastwood’s 18. For Bellevue, Tyler Ray scored a team-high 13 points.

Noah Smith led the Eagles with 10 points, Case Boos scored seven, Kadyn Donnell and Andre Lewis contributed four points each, Andrew Badenhop scored three and Tristan Schuerman and Daquan Oliver added two points each.

Stringfellow grabs 10 rebounds

CHICAGO — Lourdes University womens basketball closed out the 2022 calendar year and non-conference play on Thursday evening, dropping a 73-52 decision to Roosevelt inside the Goodman Center in Chicago, Ill.

“We battled a talented and experienced Roosevelt team,” Lourdes coach Tandy Bradford said. “We will grow from this game and be ready to get back into WHAC play and compete.”

Perrysburg graduate Macie Stringfellow pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds for the Gray Wolves.

After Roosevelt (6-6) scored the game’s first five points, Lourdes responded with a 14-2 run to build a seven-point advantage, 14-7, with 1:33 to play in the opening period.

The Gray Wolves maintained a five-point edge into the second quarter. With Lourdes leading 18-15, the Lakers used a 10-1 spurt to pull in front for good on the way to a 28-23 lead at the break.

Ten straight points by Roosevelt in the early stages of the third quarter pushed the hosts lead to 18. Lourdes would climb back to within 13 late in the stanza, only to see Roosevelt end the quarter with back-to-back three-pointers. The Lakers would maintain an advantage between 16 and 23 points throughout the final quarter.

Emma Pedroza (Napoleon) led Lourdes with nine points while Zaria Bridgewater (Detroit Henry Ford Academy) added eight more. The Gray Wolves would shoot just 31.7% from the floor on the evening.

Kencia Levasseur led five Lakers in double figures with 17 points while Amelia McNutt added 15 more.

Lourdes (6-10) returns to Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference play on Jan. 7 as the Gray Wolves entertain Rochester (Mich.). Tip-off is set for 1 p.m. inside the Russell J. Ebeid Recreation Center.

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