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Boys basketball roundup: Shelby ends Upper’s streak

SHELBY — Uriah Schwemley and Hunter Hoffman combined for 42 points as Shelby put an end to Upper Sandusky’s 49-game boys basketball regular season win streak with a 68-59 nonconference victory Saturday night.
Upper Sandusky’s last regular-season loss came on Feb. 17, 2015, in an 87-80 overtime setback at home to the Whippets.
Shelby (2-0), which bolted to a 19-8 lead after the first quarter, got 24 points from Schwemley and 18 from Hoffman.
Upper Sandusky’s Jevon Dible led all scorers with 26 points. Evan Young netted 10 points for the Rams (3-1).

UPPER SANDUSKY (3-1)
Malone 0-2–2, H. Scheaffer 0-2–2, Dible 8-6–26, Clifford 2-0–4, Vent 2-0–5, Kurtz 2-0–4, Young 3-2–10, Holly 4-0–8. TOTALS: 21 10-16–59.
SHELBY (2-0)
Hill 1-0–3, Schwemley 9-3–24, Brooks 2-0–4, Hoffman 7-2–28, Stine 2-0–4, Stephens 3-0–6, Brooks 4-1–9. TOTALS: 28 6-8–68.
Upper Sandusky 8 19 16 16 — 59
Shelby 19 19 10 20 — 68
3-Point GOALS: Shelby 6 (Schwemley 3, Hoffman 2, Hill 1); Upper Sandusky 7 (Dible 4, Young 2, Vent 1).
turnovers: Shelby 11, Upper Sandusky 10.

ARLINGTON 57
TEMPLE CHRISTIAN 48
ARLINGTON — Unbeaten Arlington did not win a single quarter by more than three points on Saturday, but the Red Devils edged Lima Temple Christian 57-48 in nonleague boys basketball game.
Ryan Metzger carried Arlington’s offense, hitting 7 of 7 shots from the field for a team-high 14 points. Ivan Berry added 12 points, nine rebounds and three assists and Jacob Russell scored 10 for the Red Devils (3-0).
Brody Bowman led all scorers with 20 points for Temple Christian (2-2). Noah Howell chipped in 11 points.

lima temple christian (2-2)
Bowman 8-0–20, Howell 3-2–11, Clay 2-3–7, Draper 1-3–6, DeLeon 2-0–4. TOTALS: 16-48 8-10 — 48.
arlington (3-0)
Metzger 7-0–14, Berry 6-0–12, Russell 3-3–10, Price 3-0–9, Vermillion 2-0–6, Webb 2-0–6. TOTALS: 23-40 3-5 — 57.
Lima Temple 13 7 12 16 — 48
Arlington 14 10 15 18 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Temple Christian 8-26 (Bowman 4, Howell 3, Draper 1); Arlington 8-19 (Price 3, Webb & Vermillion 2, Russell 1).
rebounds: Temple Christian 19 (Howell 5); Arlington 25 (Berry 9).
turnovers: Temple Christian 7, Arlington 12.

COLONEL CRAWFORD 71
CAREY 56
NORTH ROBINSON — Colonel Crawford sophomore Cameron McCreary dropped in 30 points as the Eagles defeated Carey 71-56 in the Northern 10 Conference boys basketball opener for both teams Saturday.
McCreary’s teammate, Brody Martin, added 17 points as Colonel Crawford improved to 2-1 overall and 1-0 N10.
Cody Luzader drained five 3-pointers in his 24-point effort for the Blue Devils (2-1, 0-1 N10).

CAREY (2-1, 0-1 N10)
Wentling 2-0–4, Bame 4-0–11, Luzader 8-3–24, Stone 5-0–10, Crawford 0-1–1, Summit 1-0–2, Smiley 2-0″‘4. TOTALS: 22-49 4-6–56.
COLONEL CRAWFORD (2-1, 1-0 N10)
Fenner 3-0–6, McCreary 9-10–30, Martin 5-5–17, Feichtner 2-0–6, Bute 1-0–2, Shaum 4-1–9, C. Walker 0-1–1. TOTALS: 24-43 17-22–71.
Carey 16 15 16 9 — 56
Colonel Crawford 20 15 21 15 — 71
3-Point GOALS: Carey 8-21 (Luzader 5, Bame 3); Colonel Crawford 6-12 (McCreary, Martin & Feichtner 2).
rebounds: Carey 29 (Stone 12); Colonel Crawford 26 (Shaum 9).
turnovers: Carey 13, Colonel Crawford 11.
junior varsity: Carey, 41-28.

ARCHBOLD 69
KALIDA 41
ARCHBOLD — Archbold knocked down a dozen 3-pointers en route to topping Kalida 69-41 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday.
The Bluestreaks (2-1) held an 18-9 edge after one quarter and outscored the Wildcats 22-10 to lead 40-19 at halftime.
Archbold’s Kaiden Bedsole drained five 3-pointers for 15 points. Bryce Williams (17 points), Rigo Ramos (14) and Jeron Williams (8) each hit a pair of shots from beyond the arc.
Josh Klausing led the Wildcats (2-1) with nine points while Trevor Lambert scored eight.

KALIDA (2-1)
Klausing 3-0–9, Lambert 2-4–8, Recker 1-2–4, Siefker 1-2–4, Hovest 2-0–5, Laudick 2-1–5, Roebke 3-0–6. TOTALS: 14-36 9-10–41.
ARCHBOLD (2-1)
B. Williams 7-1–17, Miller 1-0–3, J. Williams 2-2–8, Beaverson 1-1–3, Bedsole 5-0–15, Ramos 6-0–14, Zimmerman 2-2–6, Gericke 0-1–1, Wooley 0-2–2. TOTALS: 24-43 9-11–69.
Kalida 9 10 12 10 — 41
Archbold 18 22 12 10 — 69
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 4 (Klausing 3, Hovest 1); Archbold 12 (Bedsole 5, Ramos, B. Williams & J. Williams 2, Miller 1).
rebounds: Kalida 18, Archbold 21.
turnovers: Kalida 12, Archbold 5.
junior varsity: Archbold, 59-16.

MOHAWK 61
BUCKEYE CENTRAL 43
SYCAMORE — Three-pointers and free throws were the recipe for Mohawk in Saturday’s 61-43 Northern 10 Conference boys basketball win over Buckeye Central in the league opener for both teams.
The Warriors, who improved to 1-1 overall, buried 11 of 33 3-pointers and added 14 of 15 free throws.
Kaiden Hammer paced Mohawk with 17 points, all on threes and free throws, and Keith Jenkins chipped in 13 points with same formula as Hammer.
Zach Hayman made five of the team’s seven 2-point field goals and finished with 11 points.
Dalton Sheaffer led all scorers with 21 points for Buckeye Central (0-3).
buckeye central (0-3, 0-1 N10)
Sheaffer 4-11–21, Loy 4-0–9, Wurm 1-4–7, Ackerman 1-0–2, Sanderson 1-0–2, Heefner 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12-28 15-22 — 43.
mohawk (1-1, 1-0 N10)
Hammer 3-8–17, Jenkins 3-4–13, Hayman 5-1–11, Lacey 3-0–9, Tusing 2-0–6, Klopp 2-1–5. TOTALS: 18-47 14-15 — 61.
Buckeye Central 9 12 9 13 — 43
Mohawk 19 12 14 16 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central 4-12 (Sheaffer 2, Loy & Wurm 1); Mohawk 11-33 (Lacey, Jenkins & Hammer 3, Tusing 2).
rebounds: Mohawk 22 (Hammer 6).
turnovers: Mohawk 13.

FORT JENNINGS 74
SPENCERVILLE 52
SPENCERVILLE — Four Fort Jennings players scored at least a dozen points as the Musketeers trounced Spencerville 74-52 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday.
Cole Horstman led all scorers with 21 points, while Luke Trentman, Brandon Wehri and Jeff Hoersten added 14, 13 and 12 points, respectively, for Fort Jennings (2-1).
Drew Armstead (14 points) was the only player to reach double figures for the Bearcats (0-3).

FORT JENNINGS (2-1)
Klausing 0-2–2, Ricker 0-1–1, Hoersten 4-2–12, Finn 3-5–11, Trentman 5-2–14, Horstman 8-5–21, Wehri 4-4–13. TOTALS: 24 21-28–74.
SPENCERVILLE (0-3)
Armstead 5-4–14, Lee 3-0–8, Kline 1-0–3, J. Goecke 1-2–5, K. Goecke 4-0–9, Prichard 1-0–3, Holmes 3-0–6, Dues 2-0–4. TOTALS: 20 6-8–52.
Fort Jennings 18 20 15 21 — 74
Spencerville 17 9 12 14 — 52
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 5 (Trentman & Hoersten 2, Wehri 1); Spencerville 6 (Lee 2, Kline, J. Goecke, K. Goecke & Prichard 1).
turnovers: Fort Jennings 11.

LIMA BATH 67
COLUMBUS GROVE 66
LIMA — Columbus Grove gave Lima Bath all it could handle before dropping a 67-66 nonconference boys basketball game to the Wildcats on Saturday.
The game ended up being a battle between Lima Bath’s Chad Frey and Columbus Grove freshman Blake Reynolds.
Frey led all scorers with 36 points while Reynolds had a hot hand, finishing with 33 points.
Will Clark added 13 points for the Wildcats (2-2).
Columbus Grove (1-3) outscored Bath in the fourth quarter 22-13 to make a game of it.

COLUMBUS GROVE (1-3)
Mason 2-0–6, Reynolds 9-15–33, Flores 1-0–3, Schroeder 0-3–3, Schneider 1-0–3, Birnesser 1-2–4, Malsam 1-0–2, Selby 3-0–7, Johnson 1-3–5. TOTALS: 19 23-31–66.
LIMA BATH (2-2)
Gough 1-1–3, Kinyon 4-1–9, Mohr 0-1–1, Grigsby 0-1–1, Frey 11-10–36, Clark 4-2–13, Carman 2-0–4. TOTALS: 22 16-27–67.
Columbus Grove 13 11 20 22 — 66
Lima Bath 21 11 22 13 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Lima Bath (Frey 4, Clark 3); Columbus Grove 5 (Mason 2, Flores, Schneider & Schumacher 1).

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 58
NORTH BALTIMORE 53
TOLEDO — North Baltimore stormed back from an early 20-point deficit but dropped a 58-53 decision to Toledo Christian in nonconference boys basketball action.
The Eagles (2-1) led 29-9 in the second quarter and saw their lead dwindle to three in the fourth before hanging on for the victory.
Delano Smith scored 18 points and Landon McGill added 13, including four 3-pointers, to lead Toledo Christian.
Tyler Durfey connected on four 3-pointers and tallied a game-high 25 points for the Tigers (1-1), who shot just 31.5 percent (17 of 54) from the floor.
Julian Hagemyer hit three treys en route to 16 points along with a team-high 12 rebounds.

north baltimore (1-1)
Gazarek 2-0–4, Hagemyer 6-1–16, Durfey 6-9–25, Rader 3-1–7, Cotterman 0-1–1. TOTALS: 17-54 12-15 — 53.
TOLEDO CHRISTIAN (2-1)
Wensink 3-2–8, Catchings 1-0″”2, McGill 4-1–13, Smith 5-8–18, Hardy 3-1–7, Gast 1-1″”3, Durden 2-3–7. TOTALS: 19 16-22 — 58.
North Baltimore 8 10 16 19 — 53
Toledo Christian 17 18 7 16 — 58
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 7-24 (Durfey 4, Hagemyer 3); Toledo Christian 4 (McGill 4).
rebounds: North Baltimore 27 (Hagemyer 12).
turnovers: North Baltimore 15, Toledo Christian 13.
junior varsity: Toledo Christian, 81-26.

OTTOVILLE 83
ADA 51
OTTOVILLE — Ottoville exploded for 28 points in the third quarter as the Big Green moved to 4-0 with an 83-51 nonconference boys basketball win over Ada Saturday.
Four Ottoville players reached double figures as Ryan Bendele led the way with 19 points. Josh Thorbahn and Ryan Suever netted 15 points and Nick Moorman added 11.
Phillip Coulson led a balanced Ada scoring attack with 12 points and six rebounds. Ethan Swaney and Connor Frazier added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

ADA (1-2)
E. Swaney 3-2–11, Frazier 5-0-10, Mullins 1-3–5, Hall 1-0″”2, Z. Swaney 3-1–9, Amburgey 1-0–2, Coulson 4-1–12. TOTALS: 18-44 7-12–51.
OTTOVILLE (4-0)
Bendele 6-1–19, Kemper 3-0–6, Suever 4-7–15, Fischer 2-5–9, Moorman 4-2–11, Martin 3-2–7, Thorbahn 6-0–15. TOTALS: 28-50 17-29–83.
Ada 13 13 14 11 — 51
Ottoville 18 18 28 19 — 83
3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 10-18 (Bendele 6, Thorbahn 3, Moorman 1); Ada 8-14 (E. Swaney & Coulson 3, Z. Swaney 2).
rebounds: Ottoville 34; Ada 22 (Coulson 6).
turnovers: Ada 16, Ottoville 14.
junior varsity: Ottoville, 50-47.

LINCOLNVIEW 46
CONTINENTAL 36
CONTINENTAL — Lincolnview parlayed a 24-11 edge in the middle two quarters into a 46-36 nonconference boys basketball win over Continental Saturday.
Chayten Overholt led the Lancers (2-1) with 12 points while Caden Ringwald added 11.
Caleb Olds scored 11 points for the Pirates (0-4).

NEW RIEGEL 53
RIVERDALE 52
NEW RIEGEL — Behind Austin Lescallett’s 22 points, New Riegel edged Riverdale 53-52 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.
Ben Dryfuse (12 points) and Cole Noftz (10 points) also scored in double figures for the Blue Jackets who remained unbeaten at 3-0 overall.
The Falcons (0-4) drained 10 3-pointers, getting four from Alec Loveridge and three from Coby Miller. Both finished with 17 points.

RIVERDALE (0-4)
Miller 7-0–17, Murphy 1-0–3, Morris 4-1–10, Loveridge 6-3–17, Davis 2-0–5. TOTALS: 20 4-9–52.
NEW RIEGEL (3-0)
Dryfuse 6-0–12, Noftz 4-0–10, Lescallett 7-2–22, Hohman 1-1–3, Theis 1-0–2, Smith 1-0–2, Acree 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21 3-9–53.
Riverdale 10 16 15 11 — 52
New Riegel 13 19 11 10 — 53
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 10 (Loveridge 4, Miller 3, Murphy, Morris & Davis 1); New Riegel 6 (Lescallett 4, Noftz 2).

VANLUE 65
MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 59
MONCLOVA — Vanlue conceded 49 points to two Monclova Christian players on Saturday.
But the Wildcats allowed just 10 points to the rest of the roster and Troy Ward proved to be a force inside and out in scoring 24 points and leading Vanlue to its first win of the season 65-59 in nonleague boys basketball action.
Ward hit seven twos, three threes and added a free throw to lead the Wildcats (1-3). Jacob Kloepfer scored 17 and Treg Price narrowly missed a double-double with nine points and a team-high nine rebounds.
Luke Metzger did not go quietly, though, scoring a game-high 32 points for Monclova Christian (2-2). Nick Kaufman chipped in 17 points in the loss.
vanlue (1-3)
Ward 10-1–24, Kloepfer 8-1–17, Price 3-2–9, Bonham 2-2–6, Sunderhaus 2-0–6, Davis 1-0–3. TOTALS: 26-53 6-13 — 65.
monclova christian (2-2)
Metzger 11-5–32, Kaufman 8-1–17, Meyer 2-0–4, Mitchell 1-0–3, Baker 0-1–1. TOTALS: 22-58 7-9 — 59.
Vanlue 18 16 16 15 — 65
Monclova Christian 11 11 14 23 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 7-24 (Ward 3, Sunderhaus 2, Davis & Price 1); Monclova Christian 6-24 (Metzger 5, Mitchell 1).
rebounds: Vanlue 31 (Price 9); Monclova Christian 23.
turnovers: Vanlue 16, Monclova Christian 10.
junior varsity: Vanlue, 29-26.

OAK HARBOR 64
OLD FORT 34
OLD FORT — Old Fort fell behind by 14 points early and opted for the long-ball approach.
That did not work, though, as the Stockaders missed all 30 3-point attempts in Saturday’s 64-34 nonleague boys basketball loss to Oak Harbor.
Old Fort, which fell to 2-1 overall, was led by Mason Salas and Carson Steyer who scored 10 points apiece.
Tate Smith sparked the Rockets (3-1) with a game-high 18 points and Jac Alexander scored 16.
oak harbor (3-1)
Smith 7-4–18, Alexander 7-0–16, Gezo 4-0–10, McAtee 4-0–8, Wilkins 0-3–3, Lacer 1-1–3, Schulte 1-0–2, Lewis 0-2–2, Rutledge 0-2–2. TOTALS: 24-52 12-27 — 64.
old fort (2-1)
Salas 5-0–10, C. Steyer 4-2–10, Smith 2-1–5, Wagner 2-0–4, Miller 1-1–3, Webb 1-0–2. TOTALS: 15-67 4-12 — 34.
Oak Harbor 20 14 18 12 — 64
Old Fort 4 14 6 10 — 34
3-Point GOALS: Oak Harbor 4-10 (Alexander & Gezo 2); Old Fort 0-30.
rebounds: Oak Harbor 40, Old Fort 22.
turnovers: Oak Harbor 19, Old Fort 18.
junior varsity: Old Fort, 50-40.

FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 57
TIFFIN CALVERT 43
FREMONT — Fremont St. Joseph built a 33-13 halftime lead and Tiffin Calvert never recovered as the Crimson Streaks stopped the Senecas 57-43 in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division boys basketball game Friday night.
Chris Morrisette led four Fremont St. Joseph players in double figures with 15 points.
Spencer Harrison and Zach Wonderly added 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Crimson Streaks (2-1, 1-0 SBC). Tad Foster chipped in 10.
Park Hemminger scored 12 points with six assists and two steals for the Senecas (0-1, 0-1).

TIFFIN CALVERT (0-1, 0-1 SBC RIVER)
Dull 2-0–4, Hemminger 4-2–12, Conn 3-0–6, Schetter 1-0–3, Recker 2-1–5, Somodi 3-0–8, Taylor 2-0–4, Seifert 0-1–1. TOTALS: 17 4-5–43.
FREMONT ST. JOSEPH (2-1, 1-0 SBC RIVER)
Wonderly 4-0–11, Filliater 1-0–2, Foster 4-0–10, Moore 3-0–7, Harrison 6-0–12, Morrissette 5-3–15. TOTALS: 23-51 3-9–57.
Tiffin Calvert 6 7 19 11 — 43
Fremont St. Joseph 17 16 15 9 — 567
3-Point GOALS: Fremont St. Joseph 8-12 (Wonderly 3, Foster & Morrissette 2, Moore 1); Tiffin Calvert 5 (Somodi & Hemminger 2, Schetter 1).
rebounds: Fremont St. Joseph 21; Tiffin Calvert 15 (Recker 4).
turnovers: Fremont St. Joseph 17, Tiffin Calvert 16.
junior varsity: Fremont St. Joseph, 36-34.



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