DEFIANCE — Bowling Green boys swimmers defeated Elida, 111-30, and host Defiance, 98-29 while the Bobcat girls downed Elida, 96-61, and Defiance, 106-45, on Tuesday.
The BG boys 200 medley relay, seniors Aaron Mejeritski and Alex Alvarez-Munoz, junior Alex Xu and sophomore Carlin Sargent won in 1:56.42, defeating second place Elida (2:22.53). It was the first of four first place finishes for Xu.
BG boys finished one-two in the 200 intermediate medley with Xu taking the top honors in 2:15.08 and junior Dillon O’Connell finishing second in 2:27.28.
Xu’s third win came in the 100 butterfly, finishing in 57.94 to defeat second place Defiance senior Logan Hartman (58.22).
BG junior Aiden Hildebrand won the 100 freestyle, closing out in 57.05 seconds to defeat second place Defiance senior Karson Hoffman (1:00.97).
Sargent won the 100 backstroke, closing out in 1:08.29 and O’Connell finished second in 1:11.04.
The BG boys 200 freestyle relay, Hildebrand, O’Connell, junior Kieran Percival and freshman Jeremiah Kaba won in 1:58.17 to defeat second place Elida (2:06.23).
Percival and Kaba finished one-two in the 100 breaststroke, finishing in 1:25.54 and 1:29.07.
The BG 400 freestyle relay team, Hildebrand, Alvarez-Munoz, Xu, and Kaba won in 4:12.63. A second BG 400 freestyle relay team, Mejiritski, O’Connell, Sargent, and Percival finished a close second in 4:17.92.
BG sophomore Lawson Rowes won the 50 freestyle, finishing in 30.03 to defeat second place Elida senior Max Tieu (35.54).
In the girls meet, the BG 200-yard medley relay team of senior Maddy Desmond, juniors Maggie Layne and Ella Billiot, and sophomore Kennedy Keefe won in 2:06.91, defeating second place Elida (2:08.02).
BG junior Ela Ostrowski won the 200 freestyle, finishing in 2:15.6 to defeat second place Elida freshman Vivian Elrod (2:17.91).
Layne won the 200 intermediate medley, finishing in 2:31.22 as Billiot finished second in 2:37.62. Billiot won the 100 breaststroke (1:19.34) to defeat Defiance sophomore Jordyn Busch (1:24.52).
BG girls also finished one-two in the 100 butterfly with freshman Pressli Krupp taking top honors in 1:19.63 and senior Riley Radar taking runner-up honors in 1:22.91.
Desmond won the 100 freestyle, closing out in 58.7 seconds to beat second place Elida senior Avery Bowers (59.22). Desmond also won the 100 backstroke, finishing in 1:03.05 to defeat Elida sophomore Arleigh Amspoker (1:05.48).
The Bobcats finished one-two in the 500 freestyle with Layne beating everyone with a time of 6:00.52 and freshman Melanie Long placing as runner-up in 6:15.13.
In the 50 freestyle, BG took the top four spots, led by senior Hannah Mathey (29.57), Krupp (31.08), Rader (31.83) and Sargent (32.81), out of 13 competitors.
BG sophomore Kennedy Keefe won the 100 freestyle, finishing in 1:06.75. BG freshman Bea Blair (1:08.67) was second and senior Kalie Biliot (1:11.27) was third.
Eastwood 55, Fostoria 49
PEMBERVILLE — Case Boos scored 16 points, Noah Smith scored 13, and Andrew Badenhop scored 10 to lead Eastwood to a 55-49 Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball win Tuesday over Fostoria.
Eastwood improves to 6-4 overall and 3-2 in the NBC while Fostoria falls to 2-5 and 1-3.
The Eagles led the entire game, grabbing a 12-6 first quarter lead, but the Redmen stayed within striking distance. The Eagles led 31-22 at the half and 46-39 at the end of three quarters.
Tristan Schuerman scored five points, Andre Lewis and Brady Weaver scored four apiece and Caleb Souder added three points for the Eagles, which had six three-point goals, including three by Smith.
Jordan Ferguson scored a game-high 21 to lead Fostoria and Machi Johnson scored 17, including two three-point goals., 1211
Kristian Carter-Stokes scored seven points and Ryan O’Neal and Jayceon Tucker added two points each for the Redmen.
Woodmore 56, Elmwood 45
BLOOMDALE — Woodmore scored 28 fourth quarter points on their way to defeating Elmwood, 56-45, in Northern Buckeye Conference action Tuesday.
Elmwood’s Kade Lentz scored a game-high 24 points and had six rebounds and four steals, but it was not enough. Hayden Wickard had 11 points and seven rebounds for the Royals.
Brady Thatcher led the Wildcats with 22 points, including three 3-point goals, Luke Morris scored 15, Izaiah Wilson scored 10, and Jon Everett, Jack Everett and Liam McCarthy scored three points each.
For the Royals, Allen Sterling scored four points, Zach May scored three, Will Harrison scored two points and Landry Seedorf added one point.
Woodmore improves to 2-7 overall and 2-3 in the league while Elmwood falls to 1-6 and 0-3.
Lakota 51, Old Fort 32
OLD FORT—Cassidy Foos had 22 points, four steals and five rebounds in leading Lakota to a 51-32 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division victory over Old Fort Tuesday.
Emma Gregg had 13 points, seven steals and four assists and Carlie Foos had 12 points, four assists, and five steals for the Raiders.
Gregg and Carlie Foos hit first quarter three-point shots as the Raiders opened a 14-6 first quarter lead and never looked back. Cassidy Foos scored six points in the opening stanza.
Aubrey Vitte scored three points and Riley King added two points for the Raiders, which improve to 8-2 overall and 5-1 in the conference. Old Fort drops to 5-5 and 3-3.
For Old Fort, Mackenzie Fortney scored a team-high 14 points, including 6-for-6 at the free throw line.
Addy Gillmor scored eight points, Ryen Smith and Alexis Ward scored three points apiece, and Kennedy Guth and Trinity Quaintance added two points each.