HARDIN NORTHERN’S EWAN MARTIN, middle, drives and lays in a basket between Cory-Rawson’s Carson Houck, left, and Tommy Stauffer during Saturday’s game at Cory-Rawson. (Photo by Michael Burwell)

VAN WERT — Arlington’s Jaret Vermillion reached 1,000 career points on the nose with his

Vermillion

23-point effort as the Red Devils beat Lincolnview 76-63 in a nonleague boys basketball game on Saturday.

Vermillion hit five 3-pointers in his milestone night and also tallied four rebounds and two assists. Zavier Thornton added 15 points for Arlington (17-4).

Creed Jessee’s 28 points and nine rebounds led the Lancers (10-11).

ARLINGTON (17-4)

Vermillion 8-2–23, Thornton 4-5–15, Gast 4-3–11, Speyer 4-0–8, Lafferty 3-0–8, Webb 3-1–8, Frysinger 1-0–2, Comstock 0-1–1. TOTALS: 27-55 12-17 — 76.

LINCOLNVIEW (10-11)

Jessee 9-9–28, Overholt 6-3–15, Bowersock 4-0–8, Cavinder 2-0–4, Leeth 1-1–3, Hatfield 0-3–3, Price 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23-55 16-22 — 63.

Arlington 25 13 18 20 — 76

Lincolnview 14 19 16 14 — 63

3-Point GOALS: Arlington 10-23 (Vermillion 5, Thornton & Lafferty 2, Webb); Lincolnview 1-15 (Jessee).

rebounds: Arlington 37 (Speyer 10); Lincolnview 23 (Jessee 9).

turnovers: Arlington 16; Lincolnview 10.

junior varsity: Lincolnview, 56-35.

UPPER SANDUSKY 88

MOHAWK 54

SYCAMORE — Upper Sandusky’s Mason Vent scored a game-high 24 points and Evan Young added 18 as the Rams bested Mohawk 88-54 to clinch at least a share of the Northern 10 Conference boys basketball conference title on Saturday.

Vent scored all of his points after the first quarter, including 13 in the third, while Young poured in 16 points in the first frame as the Rams (19-1, 14-0 N10) built a 24-16 lead. Upper Sandusky can clinch its fourth outright N10 title in five seasons with a win at Carey tonight.

Brock Brause’s five 3-pointers and 19 points led the Warriors (13-8, 9-6).

UPPER SANDUSKY (19-1, 14-0 N10)

Thiel 4-1–9, McCreary 3-2–9, Montgomery 4-0–10, Vent 10-0–24, Young 7-1–18, Beamer 4-0–8, Carey 4-2–10. TOTALS: 36 6-8 — 88.

MOHAWK (13-8, 9-6 N10)

Hayman 1-1–3, Tusing 3-3–9, Snyder 1-0–2, Brause 7-0–19, Hess 4-4–13, Hannam 1-0″”2, Lange 2-0–4, Russell 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20 8-12 — 54.

Upper Sand. 24 19 30 15 — 88

Mohawk 16 11 11 16 — 54

3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 10 (Vent 4, Young 3, Montgomery 2, McCreary); Mohawk 6 (Brause 5, Hess).

turnovers: Upper Sandusky 14.

junior varsity: Mohawk, 61-60.

HARDIN NORTH. 60

CORY-RAWSON 42

RAWSON — Owen Wetherill buried five 3-pointers and led three Hardin Northern players in double figures scoring with 19 points as the Polar Bears beat Cory-Rawson 60-42 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday.

Nevin Robson added 14 points and eight rebounds, and Ewan Martin had a double-double of 12 points and 10 boards for the Polar Bears (10-12). Hardin Northern used a 42-21 advantage in the middle quarters to take control.

Carson Houck scored a game-high 20 points to lead Cory-Rawson (7-13). Brandon Zuercher added 11 points.

HARDIN NORTHERN (10-12)

Wetherill 7-0–19, Robson 5-3–14, Martin 6-0–12, Conley 0-4–4, Wilson 2-4–9, Good 0-2–2. TOTALS: 20-38 13-16 — 60.

CORY-RAWSON (7-13)

White 1-0–2, Skulina 1-0–2, Houck 8-1–20, Zuercher 3-4–11, Stauffer 2-1–5, Misamore 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-40 6-10 — 42.

Hardin North. 8 24 18 10 — 60

Cory-Rawson 10 13 8 11 — 42

3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 7-17 (Wetherill 5, Robson & Wilson); Cory-Rawson 4-12 (Houck 3, Zuercher).

rebounds: Hardin Northern 25 (Martin 10); Cory-Rawson 14 (Stauffer 6).

turnovers: Hardin Northern 10, Cory-Rawson 9.

junior varsity: Cory-Rawson, 34-26.

VANLUE 71

RIDGEMONT 64

VANLUE — Vanlue’s Joey Bonham and Xavier Temple went for 22 and 21 points, respectively, and three steals each as the Wildcats topped Ridgemont 71-64 for a nonleague boys basketball victory on Saturday.

Bonham (four assists) added 10 rebounds to complete the double-double while Temple notched five assists and three steals for Vanlue (9-12).

Mason Stuck’s 22 points led the Golden Gophers (14-7).

RIDGEMONT (14-7)

Streets 6-4–18, Reppart 2-3–7, Stuck 8-2–22, Newland 6-5–17. TOTALS: 22 14-20 — 64.

VANLUE (9-12)

Jaren Kloepfer 2-0–5, Temple 10-1–21, Wellman 1-0–3, Jared Kloepfer 3-3–9, Bonham 6-10–22, Jad. Kloepfer 2-0–5, Saltzman 0-1–1, Je. Kloepfer 2-0–5 . TOTALS: 26-64 15-22 — 71.

Ridgemont 11 15 22 16 — 64

Vanlue 20 25 13 13 — 71

3-Point GOALS: Ridgemont 6 (Stuck 4, Streets 2); Vanlue 4-14 (Jaren Kloepfer, Wellman, Jaden Kloepfer & Je. Kloepfer).

rebounds: Ridgemont 23 (Newland 7); Vanlue 28 (Bonham 10).

turnovers: Vanlue 13.

junior varsity: Vanlue, 30-15.

CAREY 64

RIDGEDALE 39

MORRAL — Carey’s Hayden Stone poured in 27 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in leading the Blue Devils to a 64-39 win over Ridgedale in Saturday’s Northern 10 Conference boys basketball matchup.

Ian Yeater added 18 points and Cade Crawford had nine. Carey led 15-7, 29-16 and 45-26 at the quarter breaks in upping its record to 11-9 overall and 8-6 in the N10.

Clayton Luster had 13 points and Michael Burns scored 12 for Ridgedale (7-14, 4-11 N10).

CAREY (11-9, 8-6 N10)

Nash 1-0–2, Conti 1-2–4, Stone 12-3–27, Hoepf 1-0–3, Crawford 4-1–9, Yeater 8-1–18, Frederick 0-1–1. TOTALS: 27-59 8-14–64.

RIDGEDALE (7-14, 4-11 N10)

Lust 4-4–13, Gordan 0-3–3, Stephans 0-1–1, Lester 2-0–5, Burns 6-0–12, Bland 2-0–5. TOTALS: 14-41 8-10–39.

Carey 15 14 16 19 — 64

Ridgedale 7 9 10 13 — 39

3-Point GOALS: Carey 2-15 (Hoepf, Yeater); Ridgedale 3-16 (Lust, Lester, Bland).

REBOUNDS: Carey 31 (Stone 14); Ridgedale 23.

TURNOVERS: Carey 9; Ridgedale 18.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Carey, 63-23.

LIBERTY-BENTON 51

PATRICK HENRY 30

Liberty-Benton limited Patrick Henry to one basket in the first quarter, led 25-10 at the half and rolled to a 51-30 nonleague boys basketball win over the Patriots on Saturday.

Ben Spiess scored 15 points, Josh Reindel added eight and Mehkei Jenkins had seven assists and four steals for L-B (14-7).

Gavin Jackson scored 11 points and Clayton Feehan had nine for Patrick Henry (2-19)

PATRICK HENRY (2-19)

Jackson 4-2–11, Feehan 2-4–9, Seedorf 1-0–2, Crossland 0-1–1, Rosengarten 0-3–3, Rosebrook 0-1–1, Deluca 1-0–2, Williams 0-1–1. TOTALS: 8-30 12-19–30.

LIBERTY-BENTON (14-7)

Reindel 3-1–8, Spiess 5-2–15, Rath 2-2–6, Abbott 1-2–4, Erdeljac 1-0–2, Boyd 1-2–5, Dillon 2-0–5, Doolittle 2-0–4, Garlock 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-39 9-12–51.

Patrick Henry 3 7 9 11 — 30

Liberty-Benton 10 15 13 13 — 51

3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 2-4 (Jackson, Feehan); Liberty-Benton 6-13 (Spiess 3, Reindel, Boyd, Dillon).

REBOUNDS: Patrick Henry 25 (Seedorf 7); Liberty-Benton 18 (Rath 4).

TURNOVERS: Patrick Henry 20; Liberty-Benton 10.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Liberty-Benton, 55-21.

HOPEWELL-LOUD. 44

RIVERDALE 34

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Ried and Jordyn Jury each scored nine points as Hopewell-Loudon topped Riverdale 44-34 in a nonleague boys basketball game on Saturday.

Jordyn Jury also added seven rebounds while Kyle Rumschlag had five points and seven rebounds as the Chieftains (16-5) led 26-10 at halftime.

Coby Miller’s 17 points and five steals led the Falcons (15-7).

HOPEWELL-LOUD. (16-5)

R. Jury 4-0–9, Reinhard 2-2–6, Milligan 2-2–8, Coffman 2-1–5, J. Jury 3-2–9, Rumschlag 2-0–5, Oswalt 0-2–2. TOTALS: 15-37 9-15 — 44.

RIVERDALE (15-7)

Morris 0-1–1, D. Frey 0-1–1, Kuenzli 1-0–2, Miller 4-6–17, Price 2-0–5, Holland 0-1–1, Davis 3-0–7. TOTALS: 10-39 9-12 — 34.

Hopewell-Loud. 14 12 7 11 — 44

Riverdale 8 2 11 13 — 34

3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 5-20 (Milligan 2, J. Jury, R. Jury & Rumschlag); Riverdale 5-19 (Miller 3, Price & Davis).

rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 26 (J. Jury 7); Riverdale 22 (Morris, Miller & L. Frey 5).

turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 17; Riverdale 12.

TIFFIN CALVERT 57

ARCADIA 42

ARCADIA — Arcadia kept it close through three quarters, but Tiffin Calvert pulled away in the final period for a 57-42 win over the Redskins in nonleague boys basketball action on Saturday.

Nick Seifert pumped in 20 points and Nolan Beeker added 13 to head up a red-hot Tiffin Calvert attack. The Senecas (16-5) made 59 percent of their 2-point attempts (23 of 39) and outrebounded the Redskins 27-11.

Dom Guillen scored 12 points for Arcadia (9-12), Hayden Rader added nine and Josh Cassell chipped in with eight.

tiffIn calvert (16-5)

Spaun 4-1–9, Nielson 1-2–5, Shultz 4-0–8, Ronski 1-0–2, Beeker 6-1–13, Seifert 8-4–20. TOTALS: 24-43 8-13–57.

ARCADIA (9-12)

Rader 4-1–9, Stoner 2-0–5, Boes 1-2–5, Cassell 3-1–8, Peace 0-1–1, Cohee 1-0–2, Guillen 4-0–12. TOTALS: 15-34 5-7–42.

Tiffin Calvert 14 18 12 13 — 57

Arcadia 11 15 10 6 — 42

3-Point GOALS: Tiffin Calvert 1-4 (Nielson); Arcadia 7-19 (Guillen 4, Stoner, Boes, Cassell).

REBOUNDS: Tiffin Calvert 27 (Beeker 8); Arcadia 11 (Cohee 3).

TURNOVERS: Tiffin Calvert 6; Arcadia 10.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Tiffin Calvert, 48-21.

BLUFFTON 57

KENTON 55

KENTON — Bluffton built enough of a lead through three quarters and converted enough free throws in the fourth to edge Kenton 57-55 on Saturday in a nonleague boys basketball game.

Mason Soper led Bluffton with 15 points, Jared Piercefield had 13 and Levi Hohenbrink chipped in with 10. The Pirates (17-4) converted 11 of 17 free throws in the fourth quarter and 13 of 21 overall.

Only four players scored for Kenton (11-10), but the Wildcats nearly had all four in double figures. Trey Jeffries fired in 18 points, Jayden Cornell 17, Reed Cook 11 and Bryce Ellis nine.

BLUFFTON (17-4)

Deardorff 2-0–6, Schriner 2-0–4, Garmatter 0-3–3, Soper 5-4–15, Piercefield 4-4–13, Essinger 2-0–4, Hohenbrink 3-2–10, Kinn 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19 13-21 — 57.

KENTON (11-10)

Cornell 7-2–17, Ellis 4-0–9, Jeffries 6-2–18, Reed 4-2–11. TOTALS: 21 6-10 — 55.

Bluffton 10 14 13 20 — 57

Kenton 5 16 12 22 — 55

3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 6 (Deardorff 2, Hohenbrink 2, Soper, Piercefield); Kenton 7 (Jeffries 4, Cornell, Ellis, Reed).

ADA 89

LIMA TEMPLE 50

LIMA — Ada’s boys basketball team scored at least 20 points in each quarter Saturday as the Bulldogs beat Lima Temple Christian 89-50 in nonleague action.

Brandon Hull’s 27 points led Ada (9-12), while Phil Coulson added 16 points. Ty Miller also reached double figures with 12 points.

Josh Engle’s 24 points, including five 3-pointers, led the Pioneers (0-21).

ADA (9-12)

Swaney 2-1–5, Ennis 2-1–5, C. Murphy 3-0–6, Coulson 7-0–16, Hull 11-5–27, Cook 1-0–3, Wall 0-1–1, Conley 3-0–6, Rayl 3-0–6, E. Murphy 1-0–2, Miller 6-0–12. TOTALS: 39-67 8-9 — 89.

LIMA TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (0-21)

D. Engle 0-1–1, J. Engle 7-5–24, Callahan 2-0–6, Patrick 6-6–19. TOTALS: 15-42 12-17 — 50.

Ada 4 15 15 16 — 50

Lima Temple 24 21 24 20 — 89

3-Point GOALS: Ada 3-18 (Coulson 2, Cook); Lima Temple Christian 8-15 (J. Engle 5, Callahan 2, Patrick).

rebounds: Ada 48 (Rayl 10); Lima Temple Christian 16.

turnovers: Ada 9, Lima Temple Christian 15.

FORT JENNINGS 61

PANDORA-GILBOA 56

FORT JENNINGS — Fort Jennings outscored Pandora-Gilboa 42-30 in the second half to earn a 61-56 Putnam County League boys basketball win on Saturday.

Ryan Johnson hit five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 25 points for the Rockets, who fell to 8-11 overall, 2-4 PCL.

Evan Hoersten had 15 points and Nick Trentman added 14 for the Musketeers (3-18, 1-5).

PANDORA-GILBOA (8-11, 2-4 PCL)

Macke 4-1–11, Johnson 8-4–25, Krohn 0-2–2, Steiner 1-3–6, Miller 1-0″”2, W. Huffman 2-0–5, Norton 1-0–3, Biery 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18 10-14 — 56.

FORT JENNINGS (3-18, 1-5 PCL)

Trentman 5-4–14, Kazee 4-1–10, Horstman 1-1–4, Hoersten 6-3–15, Liebrecht 2-0–4, Grote 4-1–9, Schulte 2-0–5. TOTALS: 24 10-15 — 61.

Pandora-Gilb. 12 14 14 16 — 56

Fort Jennings 10 9 23 19 — 61

3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 10 (Johnson 5, Macke 2, Steiner, E. Huffman & Norton); Fort Jennings 3 (Kazee, Horstman & Schulte).

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