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Boys Basketball Roundup: Carey snaps Upper Sandusky’s N10 streak

KENT TARBOX / for The Courier
Carey’s Brayden Wentling, left, and Upper Sandusky’s Jevon Dible go for a loose ball during Friday’s Northern 10 Conference boys basketball game. Carey snapped Upper Sandusky’s 34-game N10 win streak with a 71-70 win.

CAREY — Upper Sandusky’s Jevon Dible’s 3-point field goal try at the buzzer missed the mark as Carey knocked off the Rams 71-70 in a Northern 10 Conference boys basketball game Friday night before a packed Carey gymnasium.
Carey’s win snapped Upper Sandusky’s 34-game Northern 10 Conference win streak. It was also the Blue Devils’ first win over the Rams since their 67-59 victory on Dec. 13, 2014.
Griffin Summit led three Carey (3-1, 1-1) players in double figures with 18 points. Hayden Stone scored 14 points with a game-high 13 rebounds, while Brayden Wentling added 11 points.
Dible led all scorers with 35 points, including five 3-pointers. Mason Vent scored 17 points with a team-high eight boards for the Rams (3-2, 1-1).

UPPER SANDUSKY (3-2, 1-1 N10)
Malone 1-0–3, H. Sheaffer 0-0–0, Dible 10-10–35, Clifford 0-0–0, Vent 7-1–17, Kurtz 1-0–2, Young 3-0–6, Holly 3-1–7. TOTALS: 25-52 12-16–70.
CAREY (3-1, 1-1)
Wentling 5-0–11, Bame 3-0–9, Dasher 1-0–2, Smiley 0-0–0, Stone 7-0–14, Luzader 2-4–9, Crawford 3-0–8, Summit 7-4–18. TOTALS: 28-47 8-15–71.
Upper Sandusky 10 21 24 15 — 70
Carey 18 16 20 17 — 71
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 8-18 (Dible 5, Vent 2, Malone); Carey 7-16 (Bame 3, Crawford 2, Luzader & Wentling).
rebounds: Upper Sandusky 27 (Vent 8); Carey 29 (Stone 13).
turnovers: Upper Sandusky 10, Carey 18.
junior varsity: Carey, 53-44.
ADA 40
ALLEN EAST 32
ADA — Connor Frazier had a double-double Friday night as Ada recorded its first Northwest Conference boys basketball game in two years, stopping Allen East 40-32.
The streak ended 665 days of frustration for the Bulldogs.
Ada, now 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the NWC, established its intent early on, outscoring the Mustangs 15-5 in the first quarter.
Frazier, a junior, scored 13 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Cade Mullins paced the Bulldogs in scoring with 14 points and led in steals with three.
Brady Harris scored 13 points and Devin Reed 12 to lead Allen East. Reed was credited with 14 steals as well.
The night started for Ada when the junior varsity team posted a 48-46 win.

allen east (3-2, 0-1 nwc)
Crumrine 1-0–3, Clum 1-2–4, Harris 4-2″”13, Reed 6-0–12. TOTALS: 12-36 4-11–32.
ada (2-2, 1-0 nwc)
Mullins 5-0–14, E. Swaney 2-0–5, Z. Swaney 1-0–2, Frazier 6-1–13, Coulson 3-0–6. TOTALS: 17-54 1-7–40.
Allen East 5 7 7 13 — 32
Ada 15 7 10 8 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Allen East 4 (Harris 3, Crumrine 1); Ada 5-21 (Mullins 4, E. Swaney 1).
rebounds: Allen East 17 (Whitley 5); Ada 39 (Frazier 15).
turnovers: Allen East 14, Ada 17.
junior varsity: Ada, 48-46.
KALIDA 48
HOLGATE 21
KALIDA — Kalida had a dominating performance Friday night, overpowering Holgate from the get-go and rolling to an easy 48-21 nonconference victory.
Winless Holgate (0-4) shot a poor 21 percent from the field, was outrebounded 26-11 and held scoreless in the first quarter. The Tigers were then held to single-digit scoring in the each of the final three periods.
Kalida (3-2) shot 45 percent from the floor (18 of 40), but hit just 3 of 12 treys and 9 of 21 free throws.
Trevor Lambert was Kalida’s lone double-figure scorer with 11 points and he had a team-leading seven rebounds. Owen Recker added nine points and Grant Laudick eight.
Holgate got eight points from Cody Sonnenberg.

holgate (0-4)
Sonnenberg 3-0–8, Waisner 0-3–3, Briseno 0-2–2, Like 1-0–2, Casillas 1-0–2, Snyder 1-0–2, Wenner 1-0–2. TOTALS: 7-32 5-7–21.
kalida (3-2)
Lambert 4-2–11, Recker 3-3–9, Laudick 3-2–8, Klausing 2-0–5, Hovest 2-1–5, Moore 2-0–5, Roebke 2-0–4, Siekfer 0-1–1. TOTALS: 18-40 9-21–48.
Holgate 0 9 6 6 — 21
Kalida 9 16 11 12 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Holgate 2-10 (Sonnenberg 2); Kalida 3-12 (Lambert, Klausing & Moore 1).
rebounds: Holgate 11; Kalida 26 (Lambert 7, Laudick 5).
turnovers: Holgate 16, Kalida 11.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 73
HARDIN NORTHERN 21
MOUNT VICTORY — Upper Scioto Valley scored at least 20 points in each of the first three quarters and blitzed Hardin Northern 73-21 in the Northwest Central Conference opener for both teams.
Quinn Sanders led the Rams (2-1, 1-0 NWCC) with 18 points and eight rebounds, while Dylan Thompson scored 11 with nine rebounds and eight steals. Wyatt Daniels, Brady Hipsher and Wayne Lowery each scored 10 for USV.
Owen Wetherill paced the Polar Bears (0-4, 0-2) with five points and Daylin Pees scored four.

hardin northern (0-4, 0-2 NWCC)
Wetherill 2-0–5, Pees 2-0–4, Good 1-1–3, Cramer 1-0–2, Wilmoth 0-2–2, Jolliff 1-0–2. TOTALS: 8 3-4–21.
upper scioto valley (2-1, 1-0 NWCC)
Sanders 8-0–18, Thompson 5-0–11, Daniels 4-0–10, Hipsher 4-2–10, Lowery 5-0–10, Rohrs 3-0–6, Oglesbee 2-0–4, Lamb 1-0–2, Overs 1-0–2. TOTALS: 33-67 2-5–73.
Hardin Northern 5 6 5 5 — 21
Upper Scioto Valley 22 21 20 10 — 73
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 2 (Wilson & Wetherill); Upper Scioto Valley 5-14 (Daniels & Sanders 2, Thompson).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 18; Upper Scioto Valley 37 (Thompson 9).
turnovers: Upper Scioto Valley 8.
CONVOY CRESTVIEW 43
BLUFFTON 25
CONVOY — Convoy Crestview held Bluffton scoreless in the first quarter and built a 12-point halftime lead before beating the Pirates 43-25 in Northwest Conference action.
Kalen Etzler led all scorers with 17 points for Crestview (2-2, 1-1 NWC) and Javin Etzler scored five with team-highs of nine rebounds and four assists.
Dakota Bricker’s 12 points led Bluffton (1-2, 0-1) and Kaleb Jefferson scored seven with a team-high seven rebounds.
bluffton (1-2, 0-1 NWC)
Bricker 5-0–12, Jefferson 1-5–7, Soper 2-0–4, Piercefield 1-0–2. TOTALS: 9-40 5-10 — 25.
convoy crestview (2-2, 1-1 NWC)
K. Etzler 6-2–17, Vining 3-0–9, J. Etzler 2-0–5, Stout 2-0–4, Kline 1-0–2, Sheets 1-0–2, Schumm 1-0–2, Gibson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 17-52 2-3 — 43.
Bluffton 0 7 11 7 — 25
Convoy Crestview 8 11 21 3 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 2-15 (Bricker 2); Convoy Crestview 7-18 (K. Etzler & Vining 3, J. Etzler 1).
rebounds: Bluffton 29 (Jefferson 7); Convoy Crestview 31 (J. Etzler 9).
turnovers: Bluffton 14, Convoy Crestview 8.
junior varsity: Convoy Crestview, 50-32.
PAULDING 53
COLUMBUS GROVE 50
PAULDING — It came down to third quarter scoring Friday night in the Northwest Conference boys basketball opener for Paulding and Columbus Grove.
In a nip-and-tuck affair, Blake Reynolds had eight of his 24 points for Grove in the third quarter. But Logan Bradford’s eight points and five from teammate Carson Shull provided a five-point cushion that Paulding rode to a 53-50 victory.
Reynolds, who sank 8 of 10 free-throws, was the lone double-figure scorer for the winless Bulldogs (0-4 oveall).
Paulding (2-3) had three players — Marcus Miller, Fletcher Cook and Bradford — score 13 points each.

columbus grove (0-4, 0-1 nwc)
Barrientes 1-0–2, Reynolds 8-8–24, Flores 2-0–6, Schroeder 2-0–4, Schneider 1-2″”4, Birnesser 2-0–5, Malsam 1-1–3, Johnson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18 11-13–50.
paulding (2-3, 1-0 nwc)
Shull 2-2–8, M. Miller 5-2–13, J. Miller 2-1–6, Cook 5-0–13, Bradford 6-1–13. TOTALS: 20 6-9–53.
Columbus Grove 15 14 9 12 — 50
Paulding 16 14 14 9 — 53
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 3 (Flores 2, Birnesser 1); Paulding 7 (Cook 3, Shull 2, M. Miller & J. Miller 1).
rebounds: Columbus Grove 39, Paulding 27.
turnovers: Columbus Grove 9, Paulding 12.
junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 61-51.
OTTOVILLE 65
FORT JENNINGS 57
OTTOVILLE — A 15-7 second quarter edge for Ottoville proved to be crucial as the Big Green knocked off Fort Jennings 65-57 in a Putnam County League game.
That 15-7 edge was the difference as the Big Green (5-0 overall, 1-0 PCL) and Musketeers (2-2, 0-1) were even in the other three quarters combined.
Logan Kemper led four Ottoville players in double figures with 22 points and six rebounds. Nick Moorman netted 14 points with four steals and two assists and Zane Martin and Ryan Suever both chipped in 11 points for the Big Green.
Brandon Wehri, Cole Horstman and Ian Finn led a balanced Fort Jennings scoring attack with 12 points each. Luke Trentman added 11 points.

FORT JENNINGS (2-2, 0-1 PCL)
Klausing 1-0–3, Ricker 0-2–2, Hoersten 2-0–5, Kazee 0-0–0, Finn 5-1–12, Trentman 4-1–11, Horstman 2-8–12, Wehri 3-5–12. TOTALS: 17-43 17-21–57.
OTTOVILLE (5-0, 1-0 PCL)
Bendele 0-0–0, Kemper 8-4–22, Suever 4-3–11, Leis 0-0–0, Fisher 0-0–0, Moorman 4-5–14, Martin 5-0–11, Thorbahn 3-0–7. TOTALS: 24-58 12-15–65.
Fort Jennings 14 7 18 18 — 57
Ottoville 17 15 18 15 — 65
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 6-18 (Trentman 2, Wehri, Finn, Hoersten & Klausing); Ottoville 5-18 (Kemper 2, Moorman, Martin & Thorbahn).
rebounds: Ottoville 23 (Kemper 6, Thorbahn 5); Fort Jennings 17 (Hoersten 5).
turnovers: Ottoville 7, Fort Jennings 4.
MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 61
HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 54
Heritage Christian had no answer for Monclova Christian’s Luke Metzger Friday night.
The 5-foot-10 junior guard drained five 3-pointers, 11 shots from 2-point range and added nine free throws in a 46-point performance that netted Monclova a 61-54 boys basketball victory over Heritage.
Monclova (4-3) built an 11-0 lead in the first quarter and extended that margin to as much as 17 in the fourth before Heritage won the final period 21-11.
Matthew Bame led Heritage (2-5) with 24 points, while Marcus Larsen had his second straight double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Larsen also had three steals with Bame and Andrew Ridenour recording six steals apiece.

monclova christian (4-3)
Ledyard 2-0–4, Meyer 1-0–2, Kaufman 3-0–6, Metzger 16-9–46, Mitchell 1-1–3. TOTALS: 23-53 10-13–61.
heritage christian (2-5)
Ridenour 3-0–6, Larsen 8-3–19, Bame 9-5–24, Grimm 2-0–5. TOTALS: 22-38 8-14–54.
Moncloca Christian 24 17 9 11 — 61
Heritage Christian 13 14 6 21 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Monclova Christian 5-12 (Metzger 5); Heritage Christian 2-9 (Bame & Grimm 1).
rebounds: Monclova Christian 32 (Ledyard 8); Heritage Christian 27 (Larsen 11).
turnovers: Monclova Christian 9, Heritage Christian 21.
TIFFIN CALVERT 53
LAKOTA 41
TIFFIN — Lakota scored a mere four points in the first and third quarters Friday night, falling 53-41 to Tiffin Calvert in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division boys basketball game.
The loss leaves Lakota 1-4 overall and 0-2 in the SBC, while Calvert climbed to 1-1 on the season and in the SBC.
Calvert got 14 points and six rebounds from Connor Kennedy with Park Hemminger adding 12 points (9 at the free throw line) and four assists. Josh Recker had six steals.
Tyler Gabel’s 17 points paced Lakota, wile Tyler Wehrle had 10.

lakota (1-4, 0-2 sbc)
Miller 1-0–2, Wehrle 3-4–10, Schaser 2-3–8, Gabel 7-2–17, White 0-1–1, Walter 1-0–3. TOTALS: 14 10-17–41.
tiffin calvert (1-1, 1-1 sbc)
Dull 2-0–5, Cooper 1-0–2, Kennedy 5-4–14, Hemminger 1-9–12, Schetter 2-0–5, Recker 4-1–9, Somodi 1-1–3, Taylor 0-1–1, Seifert 1-0–2. TOTALS: 17 16-24–53.
Lakota 4 15 4 18 — 41
Tiffin Calvert 17 9 18 9 — 53
3-Point GOALS: Lakota 3 (Schaser, Gabel & Walter 1); Tiffin Calvert 3 (Dull, Hemminger & Schetter).
rebounds: Lakota 21; Tiffin Calvert 18 (Kennedy 6).
turnovers: Lakota 17, Tiffin Calvert 19.
junior varsity: Tiffin Calvert, 51-20.



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