Troike leads SWgirls to victory

NORTHWOOD — Sophomore Kamryn Troike recorded a double-double of 16 points and 11 rebounds and added two steals and two blocked shots Tuesday night to lead St. Wendelin to a 43-21 nonconference victory over Northwood.
The Mohawks, who improved to 7-4, shut out the Rangers in the second quarter while building a 20-5 halftime lead and used a 14-4 third-quarter advantage to push the margin to 34-9 entering the final period.
St. Wendelin won the rebounding battle 27-15 and recorded 16 steals as a team.
The Rangers (1-10) were 8 of 37 (22 percent) from the floor and committed 24 turnovers.
Allie Rutter finished with nine points, five steals and two assists for the Mohawks, while Edy Mowrey added seven points, four steals and two assists and Hailee Burns nabbed three steals.

ST. WENDELIN (43)
Troike 7-2–16, Rutter 3-1–9, Mowrey 3-1–7, McAfee 1-3–6, Burns 2-1–5, Krout 0-0–0, Reineck 0-0–0, Weidner 0-0–0, Frohnen 0-0–0, Sukapiboon 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-44 8-17 — 43.
NORTHWOOD (21)
Matney 3-0–6, Cruz 1-2–4, Roach 2-0–4, Wojcinski 1-1–3, Rable 1-0–2, Carillo 0-2–2, Sawmiller 0-0–0, Artino 0-0–0, Laviolette 0-0–0, Zapata 0-0–0. TOTALS: 8-37 5-5 — 21.
St. Wendelin 12 8 14 9 — 43
Northwood 5 0 4 12 — 21
3-Point GOALS: St. Wendelin 3-13 (Rutter 2, McAfee); Northwood 0-4.
rebounds: St. Wendelin 27 (Troike 11); Northwood 15 (Sawmiller 3).
turnovers: St. Wendelin 16; Northwood 24.

NEW RIEGEL 53
MOHAWK 43
SYCAMORE — Kara Scherger racked up 22 points and five steals as New Riegel held off Mohawk 53-43 Tuesday night in Midland Athletic League play.
Scherger scored at least four points in each quarter and Taylor Arbogast scored all of her 14 points in the first half to help the Blue Jackets improve to 12-1 overall and 5-1 in MAL play.
New Riegel led 27-14 at halftime but its advantage stood at just four points entering the fourth quarter.
Lauren Ladd scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Blue Jackets, while Taylor Kiran collected seven rebounds and Hailey Theis dished out four assists.
Kasey Adelsperger led Mohawk with 14 points and Julie Adelsperger added 13 points. Clara Adelperger led the Warriors on the boards with five.
Mohawk won the junior varsity game 32-29. Shelby Mathias led New Riegel with 11 points.
New Riegel (53)
Arbogast 6-2–14, Kirian 1-0–2, Scherger 7-6–22, Ladd 4-2–10, Noftz 0-5–5, Theis 0-0–0, Zoeller 0-0–0. TOTALS: 18-43 15-20–53.
Mohawk (43)
K. Adelsperger 6-2–14, J. Adelsperger 5-0–13, C. Adelsperger 3-0–8, Cleveland 1-1–3, Weinandy 3-0–6. TOTALS: 18-42 3-7–43.
New Riegel 12 15 12 14 — 53
Mohawk 11 3 21 8 — 43
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 2-6 (Scherger 2); Mohawk 4-14 (J. Adelsperger 3, C. Adelsperger).
REBOUNDS: New Riegel 23 (Kiran 7); Mohawk 16 (C. Adelsperger 5).
TURNOVERS: New Riegel 16; Mohawk 25.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Mohawk, 32-29.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 63
GIBSONBURG 45
GIBSONBURG — Hope Brickner’s 17 points led a balanced scoring attack in Hopewell-Loudon’s 63-45 nonconference win over Gibsonburg Tuesday night.
Courtney Burns added 15 points and seven rebounds while Aleta Daniel tallied 14 points, six rebounds and five assists as the Lady Chieftains improved to 7-4.
The Chieftains forced 28 turnovers from the Golden Bears (4-6) while committing only 14 of their own.
Brittney Holcomb led Gibsonburg with 14 points and seven rebounds.
Brooke Arbogast had nine rebounds and seven points for H-L.
Hopewell-Loudon (63)
Burns 6-3–15, Daniel 6-0–14, Brickner 7-3–17, Arbogast 3-1–7, Siegel 1-2–4, Bouillon 0-0–0, Park 0-3–3, Leiter 1-1–3, Searles 0-0–0. TOTALS: 24-66 13-22–63.
Gibsonburg (45)
Pearles 0-3–3, Fork 4-0–9, Alvarado 2-0–6, Shammo 3-0–6, Roberts 0-2–2, Widmer 0-1–1, Mancha 2-0–4, Holcomb 6-0–2. TOTALS: 17-49 8-12–45.
Hopewell-Loudon 16 15 23 9 — 63
Gibsonburg 9 16 16 4 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 2-13 (Daniel 2); Gibsonburg 3-9 (Alvarado 2, Fork).
REBOUNDS: Hopewell-Loudon 40 (Arbogast 9); Gibsonburg (Holcomb 7, Roberts).
TURNOVERS: Hopewell-Loudon 14; Gibsonburg 28.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Gibsonburg, 36-29.

ELMWOOD 51
OLD FORT 43
OLD FORT — Kristen Curtis and Samantha Ervin each scored 17 points to lead Elmwood past Old Fort 51-43 on Tuesday in nonconference action.
The Royals (8-4) trailed by two points entering the fourth quarter but outscored the Stockaders 17-7 in the final eight minutes.
Elmwood finished at 48 percent (15 of 31) from the field and cashed in on 21 of 26 free throw attempts.
Tiffany Hillard added eight points and six rebounds for Elmwood, and Courtney Emmitt nabbed four steals.
Peyton Miller led Old Fort with nine points.
Elmwood (51)
Sears 3-1–7, Hillard 2-4–8, Curtis 4-9–17, Veryser 1-0–2, Ervin 5-7–17, Emmitt 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-33 21-26 — 51.
Old Fort (43)
Adelsperger 1-2–4, S. Miller 2-0–6, Bilger 1-3–5, P. Miller 2-3–9, Hartsel 3-1–7, Bell 1-3–5, Magers 3-0–6, Davidson 0-1–1. TOTALS: 13-41 13-22 — 43.
Elmwood 5 9 20 17 — 51
Old Fort 9 10 17 7 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 0-2; Old Fort 4-7 (S. Miller 2, P. Miller).
REBOUNDS: Elmwood 24 (Ervin 8); Old Fort 17 (Magers 6).
TURNOVERS: Elmwood 18; Old Fort 13.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Old Fort, 40-31.

VANLUE 47
MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 27
VANLUE — Haley Bonham dropped in 13 points to go with eight rebounds and seven assists Tuesday night as Vanlue blasted Monclova Christian 47-27 in nonleague action.
The Wildcats (4-10) doubled up the Thunder 12-6 in the first quarter and raised their advantage to 21-9 at halftime.
Vanlue outrebounded Monclova Christian 38-17.
Chloe Kromer added 13 points and Kate Clymer finished with nine points and four steals for the Wildcats.
Rachel Keiser’s 14 points led the Thunder (5-4). Kenzie Simon notched 12 points, eight steals and two assists.

MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN (27)
Keiser 4-6–14, Simon 4-3–12, Bersinger 0-1–1. TOTALS: 8-10 — 27.
VANLUE (47)
C. Gerschutz 0-0–0, H. Gerschutz 1-0–2, Clymer 4-1–9, Bonham 6-1–13, Kloepfer 2-2–6, Kromer 5-3–13, Kin 0-0–0, Hartman 1-0–2, Roof 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-56 7-15 — 47.
Monclova Christian 6 3 8 10 — 27
Vanlue 12 9 13 13 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Monclova Christian 1 (Simon); Vanlue 0-4.
rebounds: Monclova Christian 17 (Bersinger 7); Vanlue 38 (Bonham 8).
turnovers: Monclova Christian 13; Vanlue 15.

Boys basketball
OAK HARBOR 54
LAKOTA 26
KANSAS — Oak Harbor scored just four points in the first quarter but soon found form to score at least 16 points in each of the quarters to knock off Lakota 54-26 Tuesday night in nonconference play.
The Rockets connected on eight of their nine field goal attempts in the second quarter en route to shooting 51 percent (22 of 43) for the game.
Ben Cochran led the Rockets with 12 points.
Colin Timmons had team highs with 12 points and eight rebounds for Lakota. Dakota Bowling had three assists, three rebounds and two steals.
Oak Harbor (54)
Weirich 1-0–2, Sievert 1-0–2, Cochran 5-0–12, Wood 3-0–7,Rathbun 1-0–3, Shay 2-0–5, Johnson 3-2–8, Haar 3-3–9, Sarahman 2-0–4, Harvey 1-0–2. TOTALS: 22-43 5-8–54.
Lakota (26)
Timmons 6-0–12, Kirkpatrick 2-2–6, Chalfin 0-2–2, King 2-0–4, Below 1-0–2 Mason 0-0–0, Riddle 0-0–0, Bowling 0-0–0, Crowe 0-0–0. TOTALS: 11-38 4-8–26.
Oak Harbor 4 16 18 16 — 54
Lakota 6 4 6 10 — 26
3-Point GOALS: Oak Harbor 5 (Cochran, Wood, Rathbun, Shay); Lakota 0.
REBOUNDS: Oak Harbor 35 (Sarahman 6); Lakota 20 (Timmons 8).
TURNOVERS: Oak Harbor 15; Lakota 16.

EASTWOOD 68
ELMWOOD 41
BLOOMDALE — Elmwood fell behind 35-14 at halftime and couldn’t dig itself out of the hole before falling 68-41 to Eastwood Tuesday night in Northern Buckeye Conference play.
Zach Jacoby led all scorers with 16 points for Eastwood, which shot 50 percent both from the field (26 of 52) and from the foul line (15 of 30).
Jordan Faykosh chipped in 14 points for the Eagles, while Grant Peters added 12 points.
Aaron Arnold led the Royals with 13 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Tayte Lentz put in 11 points as Elmwood converted on just 14 of 45 field goal attempts (31 percent).
Eastwood (68)
Peters 5-2–12, Smith 1-2–4, Bradley 2-0–4, Schmeltz 3-1–8, Jacoby 6-4–16, Coffman 0-3–3, Flipse 1-0–2, Faykosh 6-2–14, Hoodlebrink 2-1–5. TOTALS: 26-52 15-30–68.
Elmwood (41)
Lentz 4-1–11, Childress 2-2–6, Baxter 1-1–3, Buckinham 1-0–2, Arnold 4-4–13, Solether. TOTALS: 14-45 10-14–41.
Eastwood 14 21 18 15 — 68
Elmwood 8 6 21 6 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Eastwood 1-8 (Schmeltz); Elmwood 3-15 (Lentz 2, Arnold).
REBOUNDS: Eastwood 22; Elmwood 19 (Arnold 7).
TURNOVERS: Eastwood 10; Elmwood 18.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Eastwood, 45-31.

Wrestling
EASTWOOD ROLLS
OVER FOSTORIA
PEMBERVILLE — Luke Leonard, Lance Smith and Austin Struble gained Fostoria High School’s only victories Tuesday night in a 67-16 Northern Buckeye Conference loss to Eastwood.
Leonard and Smith won their matches by technical fall at 132 and 138 pounds, respectively. Struble won by forfeit at 113.
eastwood 67, fostoria 16
106 — Bierley (E) won by forfeit
113 — Struble (F) won by forfeit
120 — Brown (E) pinned Vitt, :36
126 — Radabaugh (E) maj. dec. Tey, 14-2
132 — Leonard (F) tech fall Burket, 19-4
138 — Smith (F) tech fall Drown, 17-0
145 — Sutton (E) dec. Hossler, 10-4
152 — Caris (E) pinned Galvan, 5:03
160 — Davidson (E) pinned Matheny, 2:07
170 — Glaze (E) won by forfeit
182 — Ernsthausen (E) won by forfeit
195 — Zientek (E) won by forfeit
220 — Tudor (E) won by forfeit
285 — Shultz (E) won by forfeit

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