Prep Roundup: BG wrestlers win two matches on Senior Night


Bowling Green wrestling defeated Port Clinton, 61-13, and Bellevue, 40-34, during the Bobcats’ Senior Night celebrations Thursday.

Winning for the Bobcats against PC were Cohen Lewis, Jacob U’Ren, Xavier Scott, Landon Deiter, Daniel Fields, Paul Archer, Dylan Firsdon, Andrew White, Jackson Shafer, Jacob Baumgardner and Dominick Burch.

Winning for the Bobcats against Bellevue were Lewis, Scott, Fields, Firsdon, Connor Frasor, Baumgardner and Burch.

Lake 52, Elmwood 38

BLOOMDALE — Sydney Stanley scored 33 points to lead Lake past Elmwood, 52-38, in the Flyers’ final regular season game.

Stanley finished 12 field goals, including two three-point goals and was 7-for-10 from the line, and by intermission she had scored 15 points in helping Lake to a 27-15 halftime lead, and she added 18 more in the second half.

Lake finishes the season 9-13 overall and 8-6 in the Northern Buckeye Conference. For the Flyers, Elise Staczek scored 14 points and Jessie Materni and Kaydence Eckenrode rounded out the scoring with three and two points, respectively.

Elmwood, which concludes its regular season 8-14 and 8-6, was led by Cara Frank, who had eight points and 10 rebounds. Anna Meyer had eight points, three steals and four assists for the Royals.

Sydnie Piper and Aubrey Johnson scored eight points apiece for Elmwood, Madi Lee scored four points, Selina Deal scored two points, and McKenzie Laird grabbed six rebounds.

Lake opens Division II tournament play on Thursday, taking on Toledo Scott at Clay’s Harry Potter Field House in Oregon.

The winner gets Wauseon on Feb. 18 at at Clay for the right to advance to the district tournament.

Elmwood opens D-III tournament action against Genoa on Thursday at Toledo Christian High School. The winner takes on Evergreen on Feb. 18.

Genoa 45, Rossford 40

GENOA — Rossford came back from a 23-15 halftime deficit to take a 34-31 lead entering the fourth quarter. But the Comets outscored the Bulldogs 14-6 to win, 45-40, in a Northern Buckeye Conference tilt Thursday.

Scarlett Williams scored a game-high 24 points, including two three-point goals and she made 12 two-point field goals and 10 free throws.

Addisyn Moritz led Genoa with 21 points, Molly Coleman scored 11, Emerson Bicket scored six, Gabby Lopez scored four, Keira Combs scored two and Audrey Brower added one point for the Comets.

For the Bulldogs, Haley Hogan scored four points, Nicole Grix and Maddy Kutscher scored three points apiece, and Amelia Castilleja, Mia DeBortoli and Lola Luderman added two points each.

Genoa, which has one regular season game remaining at Pioneer North Central today, is 8-13 overall and 4-10 in the league. Rossford finishes the regular season 4-18 and 1-13.

Rossford will play Otsego on Thursday at Clay’s Harold Potter Gym in Oregon to open the Division II tournament. The winner takes on Toledo Rogers Feb. 18 for the right to advance to the district tournament.

Woodmore 50, Eastwood 28

ELMORE — Macey Bauder scored 18 and Jordan Beam scored 11 to lead Woodmore to a 50-28 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball victory over Eastwood Thursday.

Grace Kingery connected on two three-point goals and scored 10 points to lead Eastwood, Kayla Buehler scored eight, Amelia Ward scored six points and Saylor King added two points.

Woodmore finishes the regular season 19-3 overall and 13-1 in the Northern Buckeye Conference, sharing the league title with Fostoria (20-2, 13-1). Eastwood finishes 9-13 and 7-7.

Eastwood opens the Division III tournament taking on Ottawa Hills Wednesday at Otsego. The winner plays Liberty Center Feb. 18 for the right to advance to district play.

Fostoria 65, Otsego 13

TONTOGANY — Fostoria opened on a 25-3 run and led 46-10 at halftime on their way to a 65-13 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball win over host Otsego Thursday. The Redmen share the league title with Woodmore.

For Fostoria, Jenna Johnson scored 19 and Alycia Middlebrooks and Garyana Overton scored 15 points each.

Sophie Dimick led Otsego with nine points on a trio of three-point goals and Jocelyn Cornell and Samantha Lehr scored two points apiece. The Knights finish the regular season 3-19 overall and 2-12 in the league.

Lyrique Johnson scored eight, Ella Brose and Amijah Poole scored three apiece and Aleena Williams added two points for the Redmen.

Lakota 61, Old Fort 31

KANSAS — Emma Gregg had 20 points and four rebounds, Cassidy Foos had 11 points, six rebounds, and five assists, and Carlie Foos had 14 points, three rebounds and two assists as Lakota girls basketball defeated Old Fort, 61-31, in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division action Thursday.

Riley King scored nine points, Aubrey Vitte scored three points and Kaiya Mompher and Lexi Moon scored two points apiece for the Raiders.

Lakota led by just two, 7-5, but opened a 21-9 lead by halftime and the Raiders scored 40 second half points. Lakota had 11 three-point goals, including four by Gregg and three each from Carlie Foos and King.

Gregg was 6-for-6 from the free throw line as Lakota was 12-for-16 as a team.

State Line Christian 49, Bowling Green Christian 37

TEMPERANCE, Mich. — State Line Christian’s boys basketball team snapped the Bowling Green Christian Academy’s five-game winning streak Thursday night with a 49-37 victory over the Lions.

BGCA dropped to 14-7 on the season, while SLCS, a member of the Michigan Association of Christian Schools, improved to 14-9.

Back in December, the Lions suffered a 26-point road setback to the Patriots, but a much improved defensive effort kept BGCA competitive until the end. BG’s 23 turnovers played a big factor in Thursday’s setback.

SLCS posted a slim 15-13 advantage after the first quarter of play. BGCA led only twice in the contest, the last at 10-9 in the first after junior Will Brose hit his second straight 3-pointer at 2:58 off a dish from junior Caleb Kunstmnn.

Brose’s basket capped a 5-0 mini-run for BGCA. The Patriots scored the first 10 points of the second stanza to put the Lions on their heels, but BG responded with a 6-1 run to close the half and was behind 26-19 at the break.

The Lions fell behind by as many as 12 early in the third period, but cut the gap to 31-26 after a foul shot by Kunstmann at the 3:36 mark.

A 10-0 spurt by SLCS bumped its advantage to 15 before BGCA ended its scoring drought when junior Jaydin Pinkney hit a trey with 56 seconds left in the third off an inbounds pass from Brose.

SCLC took a 41-29 lead into the fourth. The Patriots garnered their biggest lead at 47-29 with 6:06 left before BG used an 8-2 run to close the contest. Junior Hudson Thomas’ basket with 2:01 to play drew BGCA within 11 at 47-36.

Pinkney paced BGCA with 14 points, while Brose and Thomas scored seven each. Junior Brent Boston added three points, while Kunstmann, freshman Trent Thompson, and junior John Fyfe had two apiece.

Brose snagged a team-high 11 rebounds and Pinkney corralled eight, half on the offensive end.

Senior Eli Dyer, who was recognized pre-game for reaching the 1,000-point scoring mark for his career, produced a game-best 22. Sophomore Connor Worley also scored in double digits with 11.

BGCA will conclude the regular season today with a home league game against Grand Lake Christian. Tipoff is set for 2:30 p.m. at the Delores A. Black Gymnasium inside the BG Community Center.

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