Boys basketball: Lima Senior defeats Ottawa-Glandorf

OTTAWA — Lima Senior’s boys basketball team jumped out to a 19-14 lead over Ottawa-Glandorf after the first quarter and held on for a 53-47 nonconference win Saturday.
The Spartans (5-6) had three players score in double figures, with Jay Thomas’ 16 points leading the way. Brady Allen added 14, including four 3-pointers, and Rico Stafford had 11.
Noah Bramlage scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Ottawa-Glandorf (7-6). Tyler Zender also had eight rebounds to go with his eight points.
The Titans shot 16 of 52 (31 percent) from the floor, including 5 of 26 (19 percent) from 3-point range.

lima senior (5-6)
Flowers 3-0–6, Gunn 0-2–2, Allen 5-0–14, Jackson 1-1–4, Stafford 5-1–11, Thomas 5-5–16. TOTALS: 19 9–53.
ottawa-glandorf (7-6)
A. Schroeder 2-0–5, Unterbrink 2-0–6, Trampe-Kindt 2-0–5, Kuhlman 2-1–5, Zender 3-2–8, Bramlage 5-7–18. TOTALS: 16-52 10-16–47.
Lima Senior 19 10 9 15 — 53
Ottawa-Glandorf 14 14 8 11 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Lima Senior 6 (Allen 4, Jackson & Thomas 1); Ottawa-Glandorf 5 (Unterbrink 2, A. Schroeder, Trampe-Kindt & Bramlage 1).
rebounds: Lima Senior 26; Ottawa-Glandorf 33 (Bramlage & Zender 8).
turnovers: Lima Senior 9, Ottawa-Glandorf 11.
junior varsity: Ottawa-Glandorf, 72-41.
RIVERDALE 48
BUCYRUS 44
MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale’s boys basketball team picked up a big win Saturday night as the Falcons stopped Bucyrus 48-44 in overtime in a North Central Conference game.
Tyson Frey led a balanced Riverdale attack with 17 points. Chad Pever and Jimmy Fox added 11 points each for the Falcons, who improved to 5-7 overall and 2-5 in the NCC.
Greg Patrick led Bucyrus (8-5, 4-3 NCC) with 11 points.

BUCYRUS (8-5, 4-3)
Snouffer 4-0–8, King 0-0–0, Murtiff 3-0–8, Hedges 3-0–6, Plumley 0-0–0, Williams 1-1–3, Patrick 3-4–11, Dagher 3-2–8. TOTALS: 17-41 7-14–44.
RIVERDALE (5-7, 2-5)
Eickle 0-0–0, Pever 4-1–11, Holderman 0-0–0, Snider 0-0–0, Fox 2-9 2-3–11, Frey 5-6–17, Loveridge 4-0–8, Piickett 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-48 9-16–48.
Bucyrus 9 11 9 15 — 44
Riverdale 4 13 13 18 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Bucyrus 3-11 (Murtiff 2, Patrick); Riverdale 4-15 (Pever 2, Fox, Frey).
REBOUNDS: Bucyrus 27 (Wiliams 7); Riverdale 26 (Loveridge 8).
TURNOVERS: Bucyrus 14, Riverdale 9.

UPPER SANDUSKY 69
CRESTLINE 63
UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky’s Seth Frey scored five of his game-high 26 points in overtime as the Rams defeated Crestline 69-63 in a North Central Conference boys basketball game Saturday.
The Rams (7-6, 4-3 NCC) outscored Crestline 19-8 in the fourth quarter to force overtime, and that momentum carried over as Upper Sandusky scored six points and held Crestline scoreless.
Wes Vent added 19 points, including 11 of 14 (79 percent) from the free-throw line, for the Rams. Upper Sandusky shot 26 of 42 (62 percent) compared to Crestline’s 6 of 17 (35 percent).
Blake Hunger scored 20 points to lead Crestline (3-8, 1-6 NCC).

crestline (3-8, 1-6 NCC)
Codi Cooke 1-0–2, Trent 6-1–15, Coffman 3-1–8, Biglin 2-1–5, Hurst 4-3–13, Hunger 9-0–20, Chase Cook 0-0–0, Music 0-0–0, Albright 0-0–0, Miller 0-0–0. TOTALS: 25 6-17–63.
upper sandusky (7-6, 4-3 NCC)
Clifford 0-1–1, Roeder 3-3–9, Vent 4-11–19, Collins 1-1–3, Frey 9-7–26, Mittermaier 1-2–4, Myers 3-1–7, Miller 0-0–0 Watkins 0-0–0. TOTALS: 21 26-42–69.
Crestline 17 19 19 8 0 — 63
Upper Sandusky 11 14 19 19 6 — 69
3-Point GOALS: Crestline 7 (Trent, Hurst & Hunger 2, Coffman 1); Upper Sandusky 1 (Frey 1).
turnovers: Crestline 23, Upper Sandusky 16.
junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 77-40.
SANDUSKY 76
FOSTORIA 43
SANDUSKY — Sandusky’s Jayrese Williams dumped in 20 points as the Blue Streaks ran out to a 38-14 halftime lead and coasted past Fostoria 76-43 in nonleague boys basketball action Saturday night.
Deontre Palma chipped in 12 points, Michael Delk added 11 and Bryan Williams finished with 10 for the Blue Streaks (2-10), who outrebounded Fostoria 38-29..
Fostoria (2-10) got eight points each from Kobey Bemis and Ricky Medina.

FOSTORIA (2-10)
Stennett 0-5–5, Bemis 3-1–8, Brown 1-0–2, Medina 3-2–8, Renz 1-0–3, Matz 0-1–1, Stone 0-2–2, Martin 2-2–6, Mauricio 1-1–3, Cousin 0-5–5. TOTALS: 13 15-25 — 43.
SANDUSKY (2-10)
Delk 4-2–11, G. Brown 4-1–9, J. Williams 6-6–20, B. Williams 4-2–10, Hopkins 3-1–7, Palma 5-2–12, J. Brown 0-2–2, Bonner 1-0–2, Ehrnsberger 1-1–3. TOTALS: 28 17-27 — 76.
Fostoria 7 7 16 13 — 43
Sandusky 16 22 20 14 — 72
3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 2-5 (Renz & Bemis); Sandusky 3-7 (J. Williams 2, Delk).
rebounds: Fostoria 29 (Martin 8); Sandusky 38.
turnovers: Fostoria 21; Sandusky 13.
junior varsity: Sandusky, 62-48.
GIBSONBURG 67
ELMWOOD 41
BLOOMDALE — Gibsonburg built a 37-18 halftime lead thanks to superb shooting and coasted to a 67-41 nonleague boys basketball victory against Elmwood Saturday night.
The Golden Bears (9-2) hit 71.8 percent (28 of 39) from the floor, including a scorching 75 percent (9 of 12) from 3-point distance.
Andrew Cantrell nailed seven treys for Gibsonburg on his way to a game-high 23 points, and Jordan Kreglow added 18 points.
Elmwood (1-11) was considerably colder from the field, making 42.9 percent (15 of 35) with a 25 percent (4 of 16) mark from beyond the arc.
Philip Buckingham paced the Royals with 14 points and Trevor Solether chipped in 10.

GIBSONBURG (9-2)
Kreglow 8-0–18, Copley 2-0–4, T. Ernsthausen 4-1–9, B. Ernsthausen 3-1–7, McGough 1-0–2, Cantrell 8-0–23, Burmeister 1-0–2, Jahria 1-0–2. TOTALS: 28-39 2-5 — 67.
ELMWOOD (1-11)
Peter 2-1–6, Lentz 0-0–0, Childress 2-2–6, Baxter 0-0–0, Buckingham 6-0–14, Arnold 2-0–5, Solether 3-4–10. TOTALS: 15-35 7-8 — 41.
Gibsonburg 18 19 14 16 — 67
Elmwood 10 8 17 6 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Gibsonburg 9-12 (Cantrell 7, Kreglow 2); Elmwood 4-16 (Buckingham 2, Peter & Arnold).
KALIDA 61
COLUMBUS GROVE 55
KALIDA — Devin Kortokrax was 3-for-3 from beyond the arc and poured in 23 points to push Kalida past Columbus Grove 61-55 in Putnam County League boys basketball action Saturday night.
The Wildcats (9-4, 3-0 PCL) were 50 percent (18 of 36) from the field and hit 71.4 percent (20 of 28) from the free-throw line.
The Bulldogs shot 47 percent (24 of 51) from the field, but made just 33.3 percent (3 of 9) of their free-throw attempts.
Randy Zeller added 18 points and Adam Langhals netted 10 for Kalida.
Columbus Grove (7-4, 3-1) was led by Will Vorhees’ game-high 27 points, while Jace Darbyshire chipped in 10.

COLUMBUS GROVE (7-4, 3-1 PCL)
Vorhees 13-0–27, Darbyshire 3-2–10, Diller 3-0–6, Brubaker 2-1–5, Warnecke 1-0–2, Jones 1-0–2, Stechschulte 0-0″”0, Clement 1-0–3, Neu 0-0–0. TOTALS: 24-51 3-9 — 55.
KALIDA (9-4, 3-0 PCL)
Kortokrax 6-8–23, Zeller 5-8–18, A. Langhals 3-2–10, Gerdeman 2-2–6, Miller 2-0–4, L. Langhals 0-0–0, Swift 0-0–0. TOTALS: 18-36 20-28 — 61.
Columbus Grove 12 10 12 21 — 55
Kalida 18 10 11 22 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 4-19 (Darbyshire 2, Vorhees & Clement); Kalida 5-12 (Kortokrax 3, A. Langhals 2).
junior varsity: Kalida, 30-24.
ARCHBOLD 43
CONTINENTAL 33
ARCHBOLD — Tyson Schnitkey netted 15 points and Luke Fisher added 14 as Archbold dropped Continental 43-33 in a nonconference boys basketball matchup Saturday night.
The Bluestreaks (10-3) held a 19-12 halftime advantage before the Pirates were able to rally and make the score 24-22 entering the fourth quarter.
A 19-11 Archbold advantage in the final frame sealed Continental’s fate on a night when the Pirates made 36 percent (8 of 22) of their shots.
Gabe Williams and Wade Stauffer each finished with nine points to pace the Pirates (4-9).

CONTINENTAL (4-9)
Swager 0-0–0, G. Williams 3-3–9, Schwarzman 1-3–5, Baker 1-3–5, Troyer 1-0–2, Mansfield 1-0–3, Stauffer 1-6–9, Bracken 0-0–0, J. Williams 0-0–0. TOTALS: 8-22 15-22 — 33.
ARCHBOLD (10-3)
Grosjean 2-0–4, Rupp 1-0–2, Bernath 0-0–0, E. Wyse 0-0–0, Goering 2-4″”8, Radabaugh 0-0–0, Fisher 4-6–14, Schnitkey 5-2–15, C. Wyse 0-0–0. TOTALS: 14-35 12-15 — 43.
Continental 6 6 10 11 — 33
Archbold 8 11 5 19 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Continental 2 (Mansfield & Stauffer); Archbold 3 (Schnitkey 3).
rebounds: Continental 21; Archbold 13.
turnovers: Continental 23; Archbold 16.
junior varsity: Archbold, 60-14.
ADA 68
NEW KNOXVILLE 60
ADA — Brayden Sautter scored 18 points and Austin Dumbaugh netted 17 as Ada’s boys basketball team knocked off New Knoxville 68-60 in a nonconference game Saturday.
The Bulldogs (3-7) had a 20-9 advantage at the free-throw line and were able to hold on after gaining a 26-20 first-half lead.
Blake Willeke and Spencer Archer also scored in double figures for Ada with 10 each.
Jalen Fullenkamp had a game-high 23 points for New Knoxville (6-8), and Andrew Arnett added 15 points.

new knoxville (6-8)
Arnett 7-1–15, Kuntz 2-0–4, Lageman 2-2–6, Howe 2-0–5, Topp 1-0–3, B. Kuck 0-1–1, Fullenkamp 9-4–23, E. Kuck 1-1–3. TOTALS: 24 9–60.
ada (3-7)
Sautter 7-3–18, Willeke 4-2–10, Bass 1-3–5, McBride 2-4–8, Dumbaugh 5-6–17, Archer 4-2–10, Ansley 0-0–0, Lehsten 0-0–0. TOTALS: 23 20–68.
New Knoxville 7 13 20 20 — 60
Ada 12 14 20 22 — 68
3-Point GOALS: New Knoxville 3 (Howe, Topp & Fullenkamp 1); Ada 2 (Sautter & Dumbaugh 1).
junior varsity: Ada, 38-34.
MILLER CITY 51
LIMA TEMPLE CHR. 33
LIMA — Miller City’s boys basketball team outscored Lima Temple Christian 14-0 in the second quarter and cruised to a 51-33 nonconference win Saturday.
Ten players scored for the Wildcats (8-5), with Cory Heuerman leading the way with nine points.
Michael Breaston had a game-high 17 points, including three 3-pointers, for Lima Temple Christian (4-9).

miller city (8-5)
Heuerman 4-0–9, Gerten 3-0–7, A. Niese 1-4–7, J. Lammers 3-0–6, M. Lammers 3-0–6, M. Niese 2-1–5, Drummelsmith 2-0–4, M. Kuhlman 1-0–3, T. Niese 1-0–2, J. Kuhlman 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21 5–51.
lima temple christian (4-9)
Breaston 4-6–17, Bowman 3-0–7, Rex 1-4–6, Hutchison 0-3–3. TOTALS: 8 13–33.
Miller City 14 14 16 7 — 51
Lima Temple Christian 8 0 13 12 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Miller City 4 (Heuerman, Gerten, Niese & M. Kuhlman 1); Lima Temple Christian 4 (Breaston 3, Bowman 1).

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