SYLVANIA — On Friday, Perrysburg hockey defeated Anthony Wayne, 7-1, and on Saturday, the Yellow Jackets defeated Findlay, 4-2.
Both were Northwest Hockey Conference Red Division matches played at Tam-O-Shanter. Perrysburg improves to 16-13-1 overall and is in fourth place out of seven teams in the Red Division with a 5-6 record.
Cody Schneider had the game-winning goal and Sam Yonker was the winning goaltender in both Perrysburg wins.
Against AW (9-19-1, 0-8), Schneider had a three-goal hat trick and Caden Seiple and Tyler Schaetzke had one goal and one assist each.
Trey Haney had two assists, Nick Callen and Alex Wilhelm scored one goal apiece, and Sam Bortz and Ryan Butler dished out one assist each for the Yellow Jackets.
In the win over Findlay, Schneider had two goals and two assists, Butler had a goal and an assist, MacKeane Hanley had two assists, Seiple scored one goal and Haney had an assist.
Kellen Wetz and Mason Greenewall scored for Findlay, with assists by Matt Pinski, Chris Eickholt and Kaleb Haubert. The Trojans are 15-12-1 and 3-6-1.
Lake 13, Sylvania Southview 4
SYLVANIA — Lake forward Ashton Graham had eight points on two goals and four assists as the Lake club team defeated Southview, 13-4, Friday in a Northwest Hockey Conference White Division game at Tam-O-Shanter.
Lake, 14-4-1 overall, has clinched the White Division championship with a 7-0 record.
Lake forward James Bickley had seven points on two goals and three assists, and forward Bailey Coe had seven points and a three goal hat trick with one assist.
Forward Boden Stoller had two goals and one assist, forward Clay Soltis scored twice, forward Mason Jardine had a goal and an assist, defenseman Alexa Urbanyi had two assists, and forward Toby Ruch added an assist for Lake.
Two of Lake’s scores were on the power play, and one was a shorthanded goal. The winning goaltender was Ian Schwab.
For the Cougars, defenseman Sam Rogenski scored twice, forward Noah Gromes and Max Helfman had one goal apiece, and forward Dan Delucio had an assist.
Perrysburg 42, Sandusky Perkins 36
PERRYSBURG — Kallie Thames scored 16 points and Hayley Griggs scored 10 to lead Perrysburg to a 42-36 non-league girls basketball victory over visiting Perkins Saturday.
Perrysburg opened a 15-6 first quarter lead and were up 24-12 at halftime, but then had to hold off a second half rally by the Pirates, who closed to within two possessions by game’s end.
Megan Gibbs scored six, Wrigley Takats scored four, and Chloe Kilbride and Ayla Turk scored three points each for the Yellow Jackets.
Perrysburg had six three-point goals, including two each by Griggs and Thames, and the Jackets got just four free throw attempts, making two. Perrysburg had 18 turnovers to the Pirates’ 16.
Kendall Zeiher led Perkins with 16 points, including four three-point goals over the middle two quarters.
Cameron Kaufman scored 10, Maggie Farley and Camryn VanVierah scored four apiece, and Haylie Brunner added two points for the Pirates, which did not get a single free throw attempt.
Tinora 45, Elmwood 40
BLOOMDALE — Elmwood trailed by one point, 33-32, entering the final quarter, but Tinora outscored the Royals 12-8 over the final eight minutes to win a non-league girls basketball game, 45-40, Saturday.
Liv Mueller scored 17 and Karli Okuley scored 14 to lead the Rams. Nova Okuley scored six, Emily Harr and Julia Durfey scored three apiece and Addison Lee added two points for Tinora. Karli Okuley scored all 12 of Tinora’s points in the final stanza.
Aubrey Johnson led Elmwood with 16 points, Kate Keiffer had seven points and four rebounds, McKenzie Laird scored six points, and Sydnie Piper scored five points.
Cara Frank had four points and nine rebounds, Anna Meyer had two points, four steals and two assists, and Riley Daniels dished out two assists for the Royals, which falls to 8-12.
Lakota 54, New Riegel 33
NEW REIGEL — Emma Gregg had 14 points and eight steals, Carlie Foos had 14 points, six assists and eight rebounds and Cassidy Foos had eight points and seven steals as the Lakota girls basketball team defeated New Riegel, 54-33, in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division clash Saturday.
The Raiders were up 24-5 by halftime and cruised from that point on. Katie Drefuse and Candace Bouillon led New Riegel with nine points apiece and Ella Wank added seven points.
Kaiya Mompher scored six points, Aubrey Vitte scored five, Lexi Moon scored three, and Zoie Widman and Riley King added two points each to round out the Raiders’ scoring.
For New Reigel, Cate Reinhart scored five points, Katelyn Arbogast scored two points and Alayna Schalk added one point.
Raiders falls short at district duals
ROSSFORD — At George Wolfe Field House Saturday, the Lakota wrestling fell short of reaching the Division III state duals meet, losing to Liberty Center, 43-33, in the district semifinals. The Tigers went on to advance to state, defeating Tinora, 38-30.
Lakota won six matches against the Tigers, including four by fall. Sophomore Lane Thacker (126) pinned freshman Thaddeus Wyrembeck in 3:59 and junior Cody Biddle (144) pinned sophomore Colton Szczepanski in 1:55.
Lakota sophomore Braxton Quaintance pinned senior Tanner Kline in 1:40 and Lakota senor Jon Rosas pinned Clayton Seel in 3:27.
Lakota senior Ethan Bomer won a 12-8 decision over senior Kaden Bergstedt, and Lakota junior Isaac King won by forfeit.
Lakota did defeat Ayersville, 54-30, in a district consolation final match. Lakota recorded two pins and won seven matches by forfeit.
Lakota junior Cody Paul (150) pinned freshman Levi McConnell in 14 seconds and Quaintance pinned sophomore Wydell McCoy in 47 seconds.
Lakota winners by forfeit were freshman Mason Eben (106), sophomore Rylin Wonderly (113), freshman Jack Revna (120), Thacker (126), freshman Braden Giltz (132), Bomer (138), and Biddle (144).