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Boys Basketball Roundup: Hayman powers Mohawk past Carey

CAREY — Zach Hayman tossed in 24 points and Mohawk rode a big edge in the middle quarters to knock off rival Carey 59-55 in a Northern 10 boys basketball game.
Mohawk improved to 2-2 overall and 2-1 in the N10 while Carey, who was coming off a big 71-70 win over defending conference champ Upper Sandusky Friday night, dropped to 3-2 and 1-2.
Ryan Lacey added 11 points for the Warriors, who turned around a 13-8 first-quarter deficit by outscoring the Blue Devils 31-21 in the second and third frames combined.
Cody Luzader connected for seven 3-point goals on his way to scoring 22 points and Hayden Stone added nine for Carey.

MOHAWK (2-2, 2-1 N10)
Jenkins 1-0–3, Hammer 1-2–5, Tusing 1-1–4, Shellhouse 1-0–2, Hayman 9-5–24, Leeth 2-2–6, Lacey 4-0–11, Klopp 1-2–4. TOTALS: 20-45 12-20–59.
CAREY (3-2, 1-2 N10)
Wentling 1-1–3, Bame 1-4–6, Luzader 7-1–22, Stone 4-1–9, Crawford 2-0–5, Summit 1-2–5, Dasher 1-0–3, Littlejohn 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-42 9-20–55.
Carey 13 12 9 21 — 55
Mohawk 8 18 13 20 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Carey 10-16 (Luzader 7, Crawford, Summit & Dasher); Mohawk 7-18 (Lacey 3, Jenkins, Hammer & Hayman).
rebounds: Mohawk 27, Carey 26.
turnovers: Mohawk 13, Carey 13.
junior varsity: Carey, 55-39.

UPPER SANDUSKY 106
RIDGEDALE 51
UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky’s boys basketball team got back on track after Friday’s loss to rival Carey in a big way as the Rams ripped Ridgedale 106-51 in Northern 10 play.
Six Upper Sandusky players scored in double figures with Andrew Kurtz leading the way with 16 points. Mason Vent netted 15 points, Levi Malone and Harrison Sheaffer scored 11 and Brett Montgomery and Trevor Clifford both chipped in 10 for the Rams (4-2 overall, 1-1 N10).
Adam Beard scored 16 points and Michael Burns netted 11 for the Rockets (1-4, 0-3).

UPPER SANDUSKY (4-2, 1-1 N10)
Malone 4-0–11, H. Sheaffer 3-2–11, Stover 0-1–1, Dible 2-2–7, Montgomery 3-2–10, Clifford 5-0–10, Ramos 1-0–2, Vent 5-5–15, Kurtz 6-2–16, Sowers 1-0–2, Young 3-3–9, Holly 3-0–6, B. Sheaffer 3-0–6. TOTALS: 39 17-24–106.
RIDGEDALE (1-4, 0-3 N10)
Cl. Lust 1-0–2, Mattix 1-0–2, Mapes 1-0–2, Leach 3-0–7, Beard 5-1–16, Co. Lust 1-1–3, Park 0-0–0, Nutter 0-0–0, Price 3-0–8, Burns 4-0–11, Lofton 0-0–0. TOTALS: 19 2-7–51.
Upper Sandusky 27 33 26 20 — 106
Ridgedale 21 9 10 11 — 51
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 11 (Malone & H. Sheaffer 3, Kurtz & Montgomery 2, Dible); Ridgedale 11 (Beard 5, Burns 3, Price 2, Leach).
LIMA PERRY 69
ADA 43
ADA — Ada kept things close early but Lima Perry was eventually able to pull away for a 69-43 nonconference win over the Bulldogs.
In fact, Ada (2-3) led 17-16 after the first quarter but was outscored 17-4 in the second quarter as the Commodores (3-3) took the lead for good.
Jamal Whiteside popped in a game-high 25 points and Chaz Jackson added 11.
Connor Frazier led Ada with 16 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double. Teammate Ethan Swaney added nine points.

LIMA PERRY (3-3)
Cannon 2-2–6, Jackson 5-0–11, Dray 3-0–7, Hoersten 1-3–5, Whiteside 10-5–25, Priddy 3-2–9, White 1-2–4, Cooper 1-0–2. TOTALS: 26-58 14-19–69.
ADA (2-3)
Hollinger 1-0–3, Mullins 3-0–7, E. Swaney 2-4–9, Frazier 7-2–16, Amburgey 1-0–2, Coulson 2-0–5, Hull 0-1–1. TOTALS: 16-45 8-12–43.
Lima Perry 16 17 18 18 — 69
Ada 17 4 11 11 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Lima Perry 3-13 (Jackson, Dray & Priddy); Ada 4-16 (Hollinger, Mullins, E. Swaney & Coulson).
rebounds: Ada 31 (Frazier 12): Lima Perry 30.
turnovers: Ada 21, Lima Perry 7
junior varsity: Ada, 52-48.
PANDORA-GILBOA 67
DELPHOS JEFFERSON 42
PANDORA — Drew Johnson’s 21 points led a trio of double-figure scorers for Pandora-Gilboa as the Rockets remained perfect and trounced Delphos Jefferson 67-42 in nonleague action.
Jared Breece scored 14 and added three steals for unbeaten P-G (5-0) and Cooper McCullough scored 13 with a team-high four assists. Eli Phillips led with six rebounds.
Brenen Auer paced the Wildcats (2-3) with 10 points.
delphos jefferson (2-3)
Auer 4-1–10, Bratton 4-0–8, Mericle 2-0–6, Tyson 1-2–5, Rode 2-1–5, Hahen 1-2–4, Lucas 1-0–3, Grossman 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15-34 7-15 — 42.
pandora-gilboa (5-0)
Johnson 9-1–21, Breece 6-2–14, McCullough 5-0–13, Phillips 3-0–6, Murphy 2-0–5, A. Schwab 1-1–3, Hoffman 0-2–2, Larcom 1-0–2, C. Schwab 0-1–1. TOTALS: 27-43 7-11 — 67.
Delphos Jefferson 8 11 10 13 — 42
Pandora-Gilboa 18 19 13 17 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Delphos Jefferson 5-12 (Mericle 2, Auer, Tyson & Lucas 1); Pandora-Gilboa 6-14 (McCullough 3, Johnson 2, Murphy 1).
rebounds: Delphos Jefferson 17 (Rode 7); Pandora-Gilboa 21 (Phillips 6).
turnovers: Delphos Jefferson 13, Pandora-Gilboa 7.
junior varsity: Pandora-Gilboa, 34-26.
NORTH BALTIMORE 70
HARDIN NORTHERN 33
DOLA — North Baltimore held Hardin Northern to just five first-half points and had its own offense rolling in a 70-33 nonleague win.
The Tigers (3-1) built early momentum and outscored the Polar Bears 25-2 in the first quarter before posting a 16-3 second period.
Owen Wetherill paced Hardin Northern (0-5) with 11 points and Brady Cramer scored 10. Daylin Pees led with six rebounds.
hardin northern (0-5)
Wetherill 4-2–11, Cramer 4-0–10, Joliff 2-0–4, Wilmoth 1-0–3, Pees 1-0–3, Cooper 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-40 2-12 — 33.
North Baltimore 25 16 21 8 — 70
Hardin Northern 2 3 13 15 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 5-9 (Cramer 2, Wilmoth, Wetherill & Pees 1).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 19 (Pees 6).
turnovers: Hardin Northern 30.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 48-41.
LIMA TEMPLE 76
CORY-RAWSON 66
LIMA — Cory-Rawson’s Eric Ritter went off for 38 points and five 3-pointers but the Hornets fell 76-66 to Lima Temple Christian in nonleague action.
Lima Temple Christian’s Noah Howell put in 30 points of his own with six 3-pointers and his teammate Brody Bowman added 22 points as the Pioneers, who shot 12 of 21 from 3-point range, improved to 3-3 overall.
Kyle Schultz had eight points and five assists for the Hornets (3-3).
CORY-RAWSON (2-3)
Roth 2-3–7, Ritter 9-5–38, Zuercher 1-0–3, Schultz 2-2–8, Houck 1-0–3, Stauffer 3-0–7. TOTALS: 23-47 10-12–66.
LIMA TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (3-3)
Howell 8-8–30, Draper 4-2–13, Bowman 5-9–22, Clay 3-1–7, DeLeon 2-0–4. TOTALS: 22-40 20-31–76.
Cory-Rawson 20 16 12 18 — 66
Lima Temple Christian 17 22 21 16 — 76
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 10-22 (Ritter 5, Schultz 2, Stauffer, Houck & Zuercher); Lima Temple Christian 12-21 (Howell 6, Draper & Bowman 3).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 17 (Ritter 5); Lima Temple Christan 18.
turnovers: Cory-Rawson 8; Lima Temple Christian 6.
junior varsity: Cory-Rawson, 30-28.
WOODMORE 61
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 56
ELMORE — Woodmore’s Mitchell Miller scored 21 points as the Wildcats used a 34-25 second-half advantage to knock off unbeaten Hopewell-Loudon 61-56 in a nonleague game.
Hayden Heidebrinka and Aaron Sandrock both scored 10 points for Woodmore (4-1).
Jordyn Jury (15 points, seven assists), Jake Simonis (12 points) and Luke Bolte (11 points) scored in double figures for the Chieftains (5-1).

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (5-1)
Jury 7-0–15, Simonis 4-1–12, Bolte 5-1–11, Grieser 4-0–9, Coffman 2-0–5, Rumschlag 1-0–2, Hoover 1-0–2. TOTALS: 24-55 2-7 — 56.
WOODMORE (4-1)
Miller 7-4–21, Heidebrink 5-0–10, Sandrock 1-8–10, Burner 4-0–9, Paul 2-1–5, Mierzejewski 2-0–5, Barbee 0-1–1. TOTALS: 21-56 14-22 — 61.
Hopewell-Loudon 11 20 10 15 — 56
Woodmore 16 11 17 17 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 6-17 (Simonis 3, Grieser, Coffman & Jury 1); Woodmore 5-15 (Miller 3, Mierzejewski & Burner 1).
rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 32 (Coffman 7); Woodmore 30 (Burner 6).
turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 13, Woodmore 8.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 49-47.
TIFFIN CALVERT 46
ARCADIA 42
ARCADIA — Park Hemminger recorded game-highs of 20 points and eight rebounds as Tiffin Calvert used a big third quarter to take the lead and held off an Arcadia rally for a 46-42 nonleague win on Saturday.
Connor Kennedy added 10 points and seven boards for Tiffin Calvert (2-1), which used a 27-6 third quarter to take a 38-19 lead.
Cole Coppus had 11 points and Levi Squire had 10 for Arcadia (0-5).

TIFFIN CALVERT (2-1)
Hemminger 7-5–20, Kennedy 3-4–10, Somodi 2-0–5, Recker 2-0–4, Conn 1-2–4, Seifert 1-0–3. TOTALS: 16-39 11-19 — 46.
ARCADIA (0-5)
Coppus 3-2–11, Squire 4-0–10, Palmer 2-2–6, Rader 2-1–6, Brubaker 0-5–5, Stoner 1-0–2, Simon 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-57 10-16 — 42.
Tiffin Calvert 3 8 27 8 — 46
Arcadia 4 9 6 23 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Tiffin Calvert 3-8 (Hemminger, Somodi & Seifert 1); Arcadia 6-20 (Coppus 3, Squire 2, Rader 1).
rebounds: Tiffin Calvert 25 (Hemminger 8); Arcadia 21.
turnovers: Tiffin Calvert 16, Arcadia 14.
junior varsity: Arcadia, 31-24.
MARGARETTA 79
OLD FORT 74
CASTALIA — Old Fort outscored Margaretta by 18 in the second half on Saturday.
But a slow first half proved too much to overcome as the Stockaders were edged 79-74 in nonleague action.
Jacob Webb buried four 3s and finished with a game-best 28 points with five assists to lead Old Fort’s (3-2) 53-point second half. Weston Miller scored 13 and Zach Kohlenberg chipped in 12.
Bailey Kimberlin’s 26 points led the Polar Bears (3-3), Nick Leibacher scored 17 and Dylan Morris added 14 points, including a perfect 8 of 8 from the foul line.
old fort (3-2)
Webb 10-4–28, A. Steyer 5-2–13, Kohlenberg 5-1–12, Miller 4-0–9, Wagner 2-0–4, DeWese 2-0–4, Smith 1-0–2, C. Steyer 1-0–2. TOTALS: 30-59 7-15 — 74.
margaretta (3-3)
Kimberlin 12-0–26, Leibacher 5-5–17, Morris 3-8–14, Hedden 3-1–9, Raifsnider 1-4–6, Lane 2-0–4, Thomas 1-1–3. TOTALS: 27-52 19-28 — 79.
Old Fort 11 10 22 31 — 74
Margaretta 23 21 14 21 — 79
3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 7-22 (Webb 4, Kohlenberg, Miller & A. Steyer 1); Margaretta 6-18 (Kimberlin, Leibacher & Hedden 2).
rebounds: Old Fort 23 (A. Steyer 6); Margaretta 34.
turnovers: Old Fort 19, Margaretta 22.
junior varsity: Margaretta, 65-38.
MILLER CITY 57
LEIPSIC 50
LEIPSIC — Miller City’s Mitch Gable scored a game-high 17 points and had two teammates also reach double figures as the Wildcats edged Leipsic 57-50 in Putnam County League boys basketball action.
Noah Otto added 14 points (five rebounds) and Tyler Schroeder (seven rebounds) put in 13 points as Miller City improved to 3-2 overall, 1-0 in the PCL.
Tyler Hiegel backed the Vikings (1-4, 0-1) with 13 points while Cole Rieman and Tyler Gillespie each had 10 points.

MILLER CITY (3-2, 1-0 PCL)
Lammers 3-1–9, Gable 6-3–17, Fillinger 1-0–2, Kuhlman 1-0″”2, Schoeder 6-1–13, Otto 5-0–14. TOTALS: 22-46 5-12–57.
LEIPSIC (1-4, 0-1 PCL)
Rieman 3-2–10, Niese 2-0–5, Gillespie 4-1–10, Hiegel 4-4–13, Gerdeman 1-0–2, Erickson 0-1–1, Schroeder 2-1–5, Magnas 2-0–4. TOTALS: 18-48 9-13–50.
Miller City 22 13 12 10 — 57
Leipsic 18 10 12 10 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Miller City 8-17 (Otto 4, Gable & Lammers 2); Leipsic 5-16 (Rieman 2, Niese, Gillespie & Hiegel).
rebounds: Miller City 18 (Schroeder 7); Leipsic 17.
turnovers: Miller City 3, Leipsic 9.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 59
VAN BUREN 50
McGUFFEY — Wayne Lowery led three Upper Scioto Valley players in double figures scoring with 25 points as the Rams beat Van Buren 59-50 in nonleague boys basketball action Saturday.
Brady Hipsher (10 of 12 free throws) and Quinn Sanders added 12 and 11 points, respectively, for Upper Scioto Valley (3-1). The Rams made 20 of 27 free throws, while Van Buren (3-2) was 14 of 20.
Matthew Ayers had 25 points for the Black Knights, while Matt Iliff chipped in 10.

VAN BUREN (3-2)
Ayers 8-7–25, Iliff 3-4–10, Steveson 3-1–7, Ohlrich 2-1–5, Beitzel 1-1–3. TOTALS: 17 14-20 — 50.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (3-1)
Lowery 9-4–25, Hipsher 1-10–12, Sanders 5-1–11, Daniels 2-3–7, Thompson 0-2–2, Rohrs 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-36 20-27 — 59.
Van Buren 8 12 11 19 — 50
Upper Scioto Valley 11 15 13 20 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 2 (Ayers 2); Upper Scioto Valley 3-8 (Lowery).
KENTON 74
RIVERDALE 43
KENTON — Riverdale outscored Kenton by two points across the middle two quarters. But the Falcons scored a combined three points in the other two quarters in losing 74-43.
Riverdale, which fell to 0-6 overall, did not score in the first quarter and ended the game with just three fourth-quarter points for a 36-3 deficit in the two quarters.
The Falcons were led by Logan Frey’s 14 points on 7 of 9 shooting.
Landon Rush scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Wildcats (5-1) and Jaron Sharp chipped in 16 points.
riverdale (0-6)
Frey 7-0-14, Loveridge 3-2–8, Miller 2-0–5, Walter 2-1–5, Morris 2-0–4, Davis 1-0–3, Vent 0-2–2, Murphy 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-35 5-12 — 43.
kenton (5-1)
Rush 8-5–21, Sharp 6-2–16, Eversole 3-1–7, Sherman 1-4–7, Ellis 3-0–7, Pulfer 2-2–6, Cornell 2-1–5, Cook 1-0–2, Lawrence 0-1–1. TOTALS: 27-48 16-23 — 74.
Riverdale 0 18 22 3 — 43
Kenton 20 16 22 16 — 74
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 2-6 (Miller & Davis 1); Kenton 4-10 (Sharp 2, Ellis & Sherman 1).
rebounds: Riverdale 15 (Loveridge 5); Kenton 26 (Eversole & Sharp 7).
turnovers: Riverdale 22, Kenton 15.
junior varsity: Kenton, 40-39.
BLUFFTON 61
MCCOMB 55
MCCOMB — Bluffton held off a hot-shooting McComb team from downtown and picked up a 61-55 nonleague boys basketball victory Saturday.
Kaleb Jefferson tallied a game-high 19 points to lead the Pirates (2-2) who had three other players score in double figures. Dakota Bricker added 15 points for Bluffton, Mason Soper had 12 and Cole Fruchey put in 11 more.
McComb (1-3), which shot 10 of 19 from beyond the arc, was paced by Justin Wasson’s 17 points.
Tanner Schroeder and Jacob Rider each buried three 3-balls en route to 11 points apiece, respectively.

BLUFFTON (2-2)
Jefferson 7-4–18, Bricker 5-5–15, Soper 5-2–12, Fruchey 3-4–11, Piercefield 1-2–4, Ault 0-1–1. TOTALS: 21-39 18-27–61.
MCCOMB (1-3)
J. Wasson 6-3–17, Sherick 3-4–12, Schroeder 4-0-11, Rider 3-2–11, K. Wasson 1-0–2, Dillon 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-53 9-12–55.
Bluffton 19 12 9 21 — 61
McComb 11 13 5 26 — 55
3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 1-8 (Fruchey 1); McComb 10-19 (Rider & Schroeder 3, Sherick & J. Wasson 2).
rebounds: Bluffton 22; McComb 18.
turnovers: Bluffton 7, McComb 4.
OTTOVILLE 54
SPENCERVILLE 39
OTTOVILLE — Unbeaten Ottoville shook off a 11-5 first-quarter deficit by outscoring winless Spencerville 43-21 over the next two quarters to produce a 54-39 nonleague boys basketball win Saturday.
Logan Kemper led all scorers with 17 points and blocked three shots for the Big Green (6-0) while Nick Moorman added 11 points and four assists.
Ben Dues backed the Bearcats (0-5) with 14 points.

SPENCERVILLE (0-5)
Armstead 1-2–4, J. Goecke 3-0–7, K. Goecke 1-3–5, Prichard 1-3–6, Holmes 1-0–2, Murray 0-1–1, Dues 6-2–14. TOTALS: 13-30 11-15–39.
OTTOVILLE (6-0)
Bendele 2-3–7, Kemper 7-3–17, Suever 1-2–4, Leis 0-2–2, Fisher 1-1–3, Moorman 2-6–11, Martin 1-0–2, Thorbahn 3-0–8. TOTALS: .
Spencerville 11 11 10 7 — 39
Ottoville 5 20 23 6 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Spencerville 2-10 (J. Goecke & Prichard); Ottoville 3-18 (Thorbahn 2, Moorman 1).
rebounds: Spencerville 14 (Dues 7); Ottoville 18 (Kemper & Suever 5).
turnovers: Spencerville 9, Ottoville 8.
COLUMBUS GROVE 60
ARLINGTON 31
COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove outscored Arlington 18-4 in the first quarter and 23-6 in the fourth en route to a 60-31 nonleague boys basketball win on Saturday.
Logan Malsam (12 points) and Blake Reynolds (11) scored in double figures for Columbus Grove (2-4). Ten Bulldogs players scored.
Ivan Berry had 13 points to lead Arlington (3-2).

ARLINGTON (3-2)
Berry 4-5–13, Vermillion 3-0–7, Russell 3-1–7, Price 1-0–3, Metzger 0-1–1. TOTALS: 11 7-16 — 31.
COLUMBUS GROVE (2-4)
Malsam 4-1–12, Reynolds 4-3–11, Birnesser 4-0–9, Johnson 4-0–8, Schroeder 2-0–4, Selby 1-2–4, Mason 1-0–3, Flores 1-0–3, Schneider 1-1–3, Nemire 1-1–3. TOTALS: 23 8-11 — 60.
Arlington 4 15 6 6 — 31
Columbus Grove 18 15 4 23 — 60
3-Point GOALS: Arlington 2 (Vermillion & Price); Columbus Grove 6 (Malsam 3, Mason, Flores & Birnesser).



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