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Big Green shut out Rams

TOLEDO, OH – Ottoville’s bats notched 10 hits on the day at 5/3 Park in Toledo but it was the pitching that shined the brightest on the big stage as Josh Thorbahn and Zane Martin combined to keep the Upper Sandusky hitters to just a pair of hits in a 6-0 non-league victory.

In the first all-time meeting with Ottoville and just the fifth against a team from Putnam County the Rams picked up a base runner in the first inning as the second hitter in shortstop Diago Cazares singled off Thorbahn and was followed by Ben Sheaffer who was hit by a pitch. Upper Sandusky was unable to put a run on the scoreboard in the inning however as Jevon Dible and Keaton Cunningham were retired by the Big Green hurler to end the frame.

Ottoville’s first inning saw their opportunity to score end with a bases loaded groundout from Nick Moorman but their second time with a runner on every base produced a run in their next at bat on RBI singles by Zane Martin and Andy Schimmoeller to give their team a 2-0 advantage after two complete.

The only runners for Upper Sandusky to reach in the next few innings came on a walk to Cazares in the third, an error that allowed Parker Frombaugh to reach, a double by Brett Bianchi in the fifth, and an error that put Jevon Dible on base in the sixth. All were part of a six left on base day for the Rams.

Offensively the Big Green had their best inning in the fourth of the contest as they plated two more runs on a trio of singles by Schimmoeller, Clayton Schnipke, and Zane Martin. Schimmoeller and Schnipke would come in to score before the inning came to a conclusion to make it a 4-0 Ottoville lead into the fifth.

Jack Langhals single and an RBI single for Schimmoeller who finished the day 3-4 with the bat brought in a run in the fifth before a double and a run from Martin on a Thorbahn ground out gave the game its final markers at 6-0.

Following six strong innings in which he struck out eight batters, Thorbahn was replaced on the mound by the Bluffton University recruit Martin who proceeded to end the ballgame by striking out all three batters he faced to end the contest and secure his teams victory at the home of the Toledo Mudhens.

Ottoville improves to 5-3 on the year and will be in action on Monday at rival Fort Jennings at 5pm while Upper Sandusky sees their record slip to 7-7 and will take on a Bucyrus team on Monday they beat 15-4 just a trio of days ago on the road.

WP: Josh Thorbahn (2-2)
LP: Jevon Dible (0-4)
Time of game: 1:54

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Pirates down Musketeers in extra innings

BLUFFTON, OH – Bluffton coupled together a pair of walks with a key single Wednesday night as they defeated Fort Jennings in an eight inning non-league contest 4-3.

With the contest tied at 3-3 in the bottom of the eighth inning the Pirates Dakota Bricker became Ft. Jennings hurler Brandon Wehri’s 10th strikeout of the game to open the frame. Teammates Brice Rayle and Aaron Belcher were walked to put a pair of runners on. Rayle who earned his walk on five pitches wouldn’t stay on first base long as he stole two of his teams nine bases on the night to station himself at third base with just one out.

Following a Braeden Edwards line out to left it was Cayden Rayle who slapped a ball to mid left field to drive in the final marker of the contest and give his team the victory, their third of the season.

Fort Jennings jumped on Pirate starter Kaden Reneker in the top of the opening inning of the ballgame for a pair of runs on RBI singles by Brandon Wehri and Kyle Norbeck before seeing three of their teammates end the inning as strikeout victims to end the frame.

For his part on the mound through the first time through the lineup, Wehri was both sharp and struggled at different times as he struck out three Bluffton hitters, walked a pair and gave up his first hit to DH Brayton Businger but still found himself in the lead 2-0 heading to the bottom of the third.

Singles from Brady Romick and Dakota Bricker gave the home squad a pair of base runners while the same amount of stolen bases and RBI hits from Rayle and Belcher knocked in the runs to send the game tied at 2 into the fourth inning of play.

The other two runs in the game came thanks to a walk and a pair of sacrifice bunts for Fort Jennings in the 6th following a 3-2 lead for Bluffton on a single/pair of stolen bases by Reneker who was knocked in on an RBI ground out by Bricker.

Brandon Wehri (0-3) took the loss for Ft Jennings (5-6, 0-2) as he surrendered 4 runs on 6 hits while striking out 10 while walking four and handing out one intentional pass in 7.2 innings of work. In the contest the Musketeer senior also picked up career hit 101 which ties him for the school record with 2015 graduate Mark Metzger.

The Musketeers will return to PCL play on Thursday at Pandora Gilboa as they search for their first conference win of the season.

Bluffton improves their record to 3-5 on the year and will travel to take on NWC foe Spencerville on Thursday in an attempt to even their league record at 2-2.

Dakota Bricker (1-1) earned the win on the mound in relief of starter Kaden Reneker (5.2 IP, 3 runs, 5 hits, 6 strikeouts, 4 walks) as he finished the game with 2.1 innings of work while giving up just 2 hits and nabbing a pair of strikeouts.

Bluffton picked up 6 hits on the day by six different players while their opponents ended with 5 hits by the same amount of players.

*Stats compiled with help of Gamechanger app*

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Titans win in extras

GLANDORF, OH – It took the Ottawa Glandorf Titans an extra frame but they were able to pick up their second Western Buckeye League win of the season with a 4-3 triumph over Bath.

OG hurler Chase Schrieber was tagged for three first inning runs by Bath but settled down over the course of the next seven innings of work where he would surrender just three hits and a pair of bases on balls. Twelve straight hitters from the second through the fifth would be retired by Schrieber.

Bath’s starting pitcher Hunter Iiames suffered the same fate as his opposing pitcher in the contest until the final frame on the afternoon where he was hit for three runs in an inning before settling down to retire 18 straight Titan batters.

Trailing 3-0 in the bottom half of the second inning the home team went to work with the bats as leadoff hitter BJ Fortman reached on an error and moved over on an Iiames balk before being knocked in on a one out single by Michael Bowers. Bowers himself was quickly able to cross home plate as teammate Ethan White reached on a triple before himself being brought in to tie the ballgame at 3-3 on a Logan Miller double.

While pitching was dominating on both sides of the diamond, defensive gems were also in high fashion in Glandorf. Bath DH Cole Parlapiano was robbed of a single on a ball into short right field by Ottawa second baseman Fortman to keep his pitchers string of consecutive outs intact. After Iiamed and Boedicker both reached via singles, the greatest threat for the visitors to retake the lead came on Boedicker’s hit but ended quickly the top of the fifth frame when the trio of Ethan White, Owen Hiegel and catcher Logan Miller combined for a 7-6-2 putout at the plate on a laser throw from Hiegel in the outfield grass.

Bath’s last best chance to push across the go ahead run in the ballgame came in the top of inning seven when the bases were loaded following a single by Parlapiano and a pair of walks to Iiamed and Boedicker. Jeremiah Bolon grounded out for the third time in the contest to Michael Bowers at third base and sent the game tied ultimately into extra innings after a 1-2-3 inning by the Titans in the bottom of the last regulation frame.

The bottom of the 8th inning began with a 6-3 ground out by Miller. Evan Balash reached a full count against Iiames and was ultimately walked before he was sent to third on a single by Owen Hiegel. Right fielder Grant Fuerst who approached his final at bat at 0-3 on the day ripped a fastball back up the middle to score Fuerst and give OG their first win against Bath since the 2015 tournament meeting between the two schools.

Ottawa Glandorf (7-2, 2-1) will be in action weather permitting on Saturday at home in Glandorf with a double header against Wauseon while the Wildcats (4-6, 1-2) will take on a red hot St. Henry squad on Monday evening that has scored 35 runs in their last two contests.

In defeat Hunter Iiames tossed 7.1 innings and surrendered 4 runs (3 earned) on 5 hits while striking out 4 and walking just a single Titan hitter on 90 pitches. Schrieber hurled 8 innings on the day and ended with 109 pitches on his resume while surrendering 3 runs (3 earned) along with 6 strikeouts and a pair of free passes.

Bath outhit their opponents 8-5 in the game and were led by the duo of Iiames and Isaiah Bolon who each notched two hits. Five players for OG (Hiegel, Fuerst, Bowers, White, Miller) finished with hits.

WP: Chase Schrieber
LP: Hunter Iiames
Time: 1:41

*Stats compiled with help of Gamechanger*

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Bulldogs outslug Rockets in PCL battle

COLUMBUS GROVE, OH – Columbus Grove struck first and last in Tuesday night’s Putnam County League matchup with rival Pandora Gilboa as they defeated the Rockets at home 16-6 in a 5 inning contest.

PG nabbed the first two baserunners of the contest in their half of the opening stanza but came up empty on the scoreboard when Ryan Lee was forced out at third and Isaac Stahl was thrown out at the same base to end the top half of the first inning with the Rockets scoreless.

Columbus Grove wasted no time putting up runs in their first at bat as the Bulldogs would account for a five spot and bat around in their opening at bat. Just a pair of hits came across for the home team but a trio of walks and a hit by pitch from PG hurler Ryan Lee helped his opponents to a 5-0 advantage after the first six outs of the game.

In their second time at the plate the Rockets blasted off against Grove starter Kurt Griffith and utilized a trio of singles, a pair of walks and a sacrifice fly by Austin Decker to centerfield to tie the ballgame with a 5 run inning of their own.

Three runs on three hits in the third inning put Columbus Grove ahead for good as Dane Schroeder and Alex Schnieder both singled before catcher Brady Hauenstein was hit by a pitch for the second time in as any at bats before two of the three were knocked in by Tayt Birnesser to push ahead ultimately at 8-5 when the inning ended.

For the second time in the contest the Bulldogs batted around, this time coming in the bottom of the fourth inning. After seeing Hauenstein hit by a pitch for the third consecutive trip at the plate, Columbus Grove would send 12 batters to the plate and scratch across 7 runs on 4 hits to go ahead 15-5 after four innings.

Needing to get at least one run to keep from being run ruled the Rockets saw their catcher Josh Shartell reach on an error and quickly be moved to second base on a Kurt Griffith balk. Moments after right fielder Zeb George was hit by a pitch in the helmet and pinch run, PG would get Shartell on the scoreboard for their sixth run and keep the game going into the bottom of the fifth when shortstop turned relief pitcher Brennen Moorman singled him in.

With the bases loaded and just one out in the bottom of the inning it was the Bulldogs Dane Schroeder who provided the final hit of the ballgame as he singled into left center to bring home Brady Rudasill and provide the final score of 16-6 in the contest.

Kurt Griffith improved to 2-1 on the season on the mound for the Bulldogs who improve to 4-3 overall and 1-2 in Putnam County League play. Griffith threw 74 pitches on the day and gave up 6 runs on 6 hits while striking out and walking a pair in the win. Columbus Grove will be back in action on Wednesday as they take on Miller City in PCL action starting at 5pm.

Pandora Gilboa’s Ryan Lee sees his record fall to 0-1 on the year as he tossed 66 pitches over 2 innings of work, giving up 8 runs on 4 hits while walking 5 and striking out just one batter. The Rockets are in action against Vanlue in Blanchard Valley Conference play on Wednesday at home at 5pm.

Top Performers:

Ryan Lee (PG) 2-3
Alex Schneider (Grove) 3-4

*Stats compiled with help of Gamechanger*

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Kalida wins battle of Wildcats

MILLER CITY, OH – A pair of runs in the fifth inning decided Monday night’s Putnam County League battle of the Wildcats as visiting Kalida came away with a 2-0 victory against Miller City.

Through 90 all-time meetings the two programs have each now won 45 games against the other.

A terrific pitchers duel between Miller City hurler Noah Otto and Kalida right hander Owen Recker was scoreless heading into the games fifth inning.

With a pair of outs coming via strikeouts of Gabe Hovest and Josh Klausing to open the top half of the frame Kalida sent their first baserunner of the inning in the form of Matt Kehres who reached on a Miller City error. Josh Recker drove in the games first scroe as the next hitter by doubling in Kehres before ultimately being driven in himself by teammate Zach Von der Embse own RBI double.

Kalida would rally once more in the top of the seventh inning as the trio of Josh Recker, Luke Erhart, and Von der Embse each singled to load the bases but would find themselves unable to add any insurance runs as teammates Kevin Hamburg and Owen Recker were sat down by a strikeout and a flyout by reliever Mark Kuhlman to keep the game at 2-0 heading to the last half inning of play.

Miller City’s last go round in the contest came against Kalida reliever Josh Klausing and saw only a two out single from catcher Cole Niese before Mark Kuhlman was the games final out on a slow roller back to the pitchers mound to secure the victory.

Early in the games opening frame the Miller City Wildcats placed three runners on the basepaths via a single from Niese and a pair of walks but saw their chance at pulling ahead thwarted by a pair of strikeouts by Kalida’s Recker.

On the evening Recker, a Kent State commit would finish with 15 strikeouts and allow just a pair of hits in his six innings of work. Recker ended the game by tossing 106 pitches but did walk four Miller City hitters in earning his first win of the season on the mound.

Josh Klausing finished with the save for Kalida (3-1) as he threw 17 pitches, struck out a pair and gave up just one hit.

Noah Otto (0-1) took the loss for Miller City (0-3) as he surrendered both of the games tallies along with a pair of hits in 5 innings of work in which he tossed 80 pitches.

Kalida moves to 2-0 in Putnam County League play while Miller City drops to 0-1. Kalida will be in action next on Friday at Patrick Henry while Miller City will look for their first PCL win on Wednesday as they play host to Ottoville at 5pm in a game that can be heard live on WZOQ Radio .

Box Score:

Kalida (2):

Zach Von der Embse 2/4, 1 RBI
Kevin Hamburg 0/4, 2K
Owen Recker 0/4
Trevor Lambert 0/2, 1 BB
Gabe Hovest 1/3, 1K
Josh Klausing 0/3, 2K
Matt Kehres 0/3, 1R, 1K
Josh Recker 2/3, 1 RBI, 1R
Luke Erhart 1/1, 2 HBP

Pitching
Owen Recker (W, 1-0) 6.0 IP, 106 pitches, 2 hits, 15 strikeouts, 4 walks
Josh Klausing (SV, 1) 1.0 IP, 17 pitches, 1 hit, 2 strikeouts

Miller City (0):

Cole Niese 2/4, 1K
Mark Kuhlman 0/4, 1K
Jeremy DuMuth 0/2, 1K, 1BB
Tyler Schroeder 1/2, 1K, 1BB
Drew Johnston 0/2, 2K, 1BB
Noah Otto 0/3, 3K
Chase Kuhlman 0/3, 3K
Eli Ellerbock 0/3, 3K
Jacob Koenig 0/2, 2K, 1BB

Pitching
Noah Otto (L, 0-1) 5.0 IP, 80 pitches, 2 hits, 2 runs (2 ER), 4 strikeouts, 1 walk
Mark Kuhlman 2.0 IP, 25 pitches, 4 hits, 2 strikeouts

*Stats compiled with use of Gamechanger*

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District 8 Boys All-Star Game results

ELIDA, OH – Tuesday night the boys 2017-18 basketball season wrapped up in Elida as the District 8 All-Star games took place with the sides splitting the two contests.

Game 1: D1-2-3
East 114
West 94

East

Isaac McAdams (Elida) 13
Chad Frey (Bath) 20
Austin May (L. Benton) 6
Jacob Logsdon (Findlay) 22
BJ Miller (Lima Sr) 5
Will Poling (L. Benton) 14
Skyler Smith (Elida) 5
Daniel Unruh (Elida) 18
Mark Janowski (LCC) 6
Donte Johnson (Elida) 5

3PT: 22 (Logsdon 7, Frey 6, Unruh 4, Poling 2, McAdams, Johnson, Smith)

West

Alex Rode (D. Jeff) 9
Austin Wilker (St. M) 2
Derek Albers (Coldwater) 10
Jacoby Kelly (VW) 16
Bryce Schroeder (OG) 13
Jake Dible (OG) 6
Harrison Gough (Bath) 11
Jace Copeland (Wapak) 5
Jay Kaufman (OG) 14
Tyler Bratton (D. Jeff) 8

3PT: 10 (Kelly 3, Schroeder 3, Kaufman 2, Copeland, Rode)

Game 2: D4
West 94
East 85

West

Tyler Mescher (Marion Local) 9
Logan Kemper (Ottoville) 10
Cole Horstman (Ft Jennings) 15
Mark Kuhlman (Miller City) 10
Derek Stout (Crestview) 14
Richard Cocuzza (DSJ) 7
Tyler Schlarman (St Henry) 5
Caden Ringwald (Lincolnview) 8
Nathan Tinnerman (N. Knoxville) 15

Playing but not scoring: Brandon Wehri (Ft Jennings)

3PT: 15 (Tinnerman 3, Ringwald 2, Kemper 2, Kuhlman 2, Stout 2, Mescher, Schlarman, Cocuzza, Horstman)

East

Noah Howell (Temple Christian) 8
Jacob Rider (McComb) 2
Drew Johnson (PG) 14
Logan Schroeder (Grove) 8
Eli Phillips (PG) 14
Levi Squire (Arcadia) 6
Ethan Swaney (Ada) 4
Eric Ritter (Cory Rawson) 13
Logan Dray (Perry) 17

Playing but not scoring: Caleb Price (Arlington)

3PT: 19 (Dray 5, Johnson 4, Ritter 3, Howell 2, Schroeder 2, Squire 2, Phillips)

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Nubians end Titans season

COLUMBUS, OH – Columbus Africentric outscored Ottawa Glandorf 27-16 in the second half of Thursday night’s Division 3 state semifinals and clinched their spot in the finals against Versailles 50-37 at Ohio State University’s Schottenstein Center.

Ottawa Glandorf opened the game on a 5-0 run in the first minute and a half on a free throw by Erin Kaufman and layups by junior classmates Paige Sutter and Ashley Schroeder. Africentric’s first points of the ballgame came on their third possession as Jordan Horston connected on her first jump shot to make it a 5-2 Titan advantage. Horston’s last jump shot of the first quarter with 15 seconds left in the period pulled the OG lead to 13-11 heading to a stoppage.

In the games middle periods the Nubians held their Western Buckeye League counterparts to just 12 markers and outscored them 21-12 to lead heading into the last eight minutes of play 32-25.

A 12-0 run by Africentric and a span of nearly six minutes without a score spanning from the late third period to the middle of the fourth saw the Titans deficit fall from 7 to 19 with 2:27 left.

Throughout the course of the game OG’s all-time leading scorer Kadie Hempfling found herself saddled with fouls and on the Titans bench and saw the Nubians go on sustained runs. Hempfling ended the night with 7 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals but was forced into 7 turnovers and 4 fouls by Africentric.

Erin Kaufman who ended the Titans scoreless run with one of just three of her teams three pointers at the 2:13 mark to pull within 44-30. Kaufman ended the game as the OG leader in scoring on the floor at the Schott for the second time in three years as she tossed in a team high 14.

Africentric was led by Horston who finished with 18 as one of her teams three players in double figures and was joined by Arianna Smith (13 points), and Nyam Thornton (10). For the game the Nubians outscored OG in the paint 28-16 led by the aforementioned trio.

In the Saturday afternoon finals the Nubians would go on to defeat Versailles for their 6th State Championship 53-47.

Ottawa Glandorf’s fourth straight trip to Columbus ended with a 25-3 record. The Titans senior class of Carri Johnson, Kadie Hempfling, and Mackenzie Meyer ended their brilliant careers with a pair of final fours and runner up trophies and a 104-10 record which is the best in school history.

Box Score:

Africentric (50):

Nyam Thornton 10
Tearra Cook 3
Maliyah Johnson 4
Jordan Horston 18
Arianna Smith 13
Kazhmere Smith-Hopgood 2

FG: 20/50
3PT: 2/9 (Thornton)
FT: 8/11
REB: 40
TO: 20

Ottawa Glandorf (37):

Ashley Schroeder 6
Paige Sutter 2
Erin Kaufman 14
Kadie Hempfling 7
Kelsey Erford 3
Brianna Schimmoeller 2
Kasey Ellerbrock 3

FG: 11/45
3PT: 3/16
FT: 12/22
REB: 30
TO: 20

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Wildcats claim 3rd title

COLUMBUS, OH – Saturday afternoon inside the Schottenstein Center the Minster Wildcats finished the Division 4 State Championship game with a 63-48 victory over Ottoville to hoist their third gold trophy.

Janae Hoying put the Wildcats even at 29-29 with a three pointer, a steal, and a basket with 4:46 remaining in the third period. Hoying, the 5’4 freshman who her coach remarked “she’s not a freshman anymore” throughout the weekend was one of two first year players (Ivy Wolf) that Mike Wiss and fans could not stop raving about as the duo combined for 30 markers on the biggest stage of the year.

With 6:49 remaining in the final quarter the Ottoville Big Green lost the services of their two-time first team All-Ohio senior Bridget Landin when she hit the floor hard and was held out of the remaining minutes as a precaution.

Over the course of the same time frame the Wildcats were able to change their strategy on the defensive end into double teams and forced a handful of Ottoville turnovers that resulted directly in made baskets and free throws on the other end of the floor.

Ottoville missed their last 7 shots and ended 1/10 overall and without a point for 4:45 as the game wound down while Minster scored the Ohio State University nets to the tune of a 16-0 run to close out the contest.

A lead that was as large in the game as 10 for Ottoville in the first quarter that helped propel the Big Green to a 14-9 first quarter advantage and 24-20 at the half turned the rest of the way as Minster won the scoring battle in the second half 43-24. In the fourth period the Wildcats outscored Ottoville 24-8.

Earlier in the season the two teams played in a classic contest at Minster that was won by the Wildcats 55-54.

While their season comes to an end at 27-3 the Big Green finish the year tied with the most wins in a single season in Putnam County history. Ottoville was led in the ballgame in scoring by the senior duo of Amber Miller, University of Findlay bound Bridget Landin and junior Kasey Knippen who all ended with 13 points.

Minster and coach Mike Wiss who finish the year at 25-3 and with the schools third state title were led by Xavier bound junior Courtney Prenger with 17 points that included a dominant stretch of the fourth quarter where she scored 8 points in the paint.

Box Score:

Minster (63):

Alli Fischer 2
Ivy Wolf 15
Taylor Kogge 10
Courtney Prenger 17
Demaris Wolf 2
Janae Hoying 15

FG: 21/44
3PT: 2/12 (I. Wolf, J. Hoying)
FT: 19/24
REB: 25 (11 O/14 D)
TO: 8

Ottoville (48):

CJ Kemper 9
Bridget Landin 13
Amber Miller 13
Kasey Knippen 13

FG: 18/39
3PT: 3/7 (Kemper, Miller, Knippen)
FT: 9/11
REB: 22 (8 O/14 D)
TO: 17

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Ottoville moves on to state finals

COLUMBUS, OH – Buckeye Central started fast Thursday afternoon but it was the Big Green who finished often and late as they dispatched the Buckettes 44-25 and clinched a spot in Saturday morning’s Division 4 Finals.

Trailing 5-0 in the games early moments the Big Green utilized a 10-0 run punctuated by a pair of fast break buckets by Brynlee Hanneman to take the advantage and never looked back as they used their stifling defense to propel them into a State Finals rematch with the Minster Wildcats on Saturday.

Bridget Landin led the Ottoville offense as she poured in 21 points and added 11 rebounds to her total. The future Findlay Oiler dominated the game in spurts on the perimeter and down low in the paint as she was able to utilize her 6’0 frame and mobility to set up not only baskets for herself but also teammates. On Monday afternoon Landin became just the second Ottoville player ever (Karla Wenzlick) to be named to the All-Ohio 1st team in two different seasons.

Of the games 32 minutes the Big Green would find themselves trailing for just 3:36 early on and playing from in front for nearly 28 minutes.

Despite the fact that a normal part of the Ottoville scoring arsenal is the three pointer, the Big Green hit on just one from outside, a triple from Kasey Knippen in the second quarter to push the lead to 8 at 17-9.

Buckeye Central standout Jenna Karl, the Co-Northwest District player of the year with Ottoville’s Landin was held to just 4 first half points but thanks to a strong third quarter of 8 and a deep three pointer in the games closing minutes she would finish at her average of 15 points per contest in the defeat. Karl was shaded on the day by the strong defensive effort from Haley Hoersten.

Four players scored in the game for Buckeye Central while 7 dented the scorebook for Ottoville.

Ottoville finished the game 19/44 from the field and outscored their opponents 36-10 in the paint while also picking up 20 points off turnovers and 17 on second chance attempts.

Buckeye Central (26-2) suffers their first loss in 20 games while Ottoville improves to 27-2 which ties the school record for wins set by the 2013 squad.

Saturday at 10:45am the Big Green will take on the Minster Wildcats in a rematch of a game won by Minster in January.

Box Score:

Ottoville (44):

CJ Kemper 6
Brynlee Hanneman 4
Bridget Landin 21
Haley Hoersten 2
Quinley Schlagbaum 2
Amber Miller 2
Kasey Knippen 7

FG: 19/44
3PT: 1/7 (Knippen)
FT: 5/8
REB: 27 (14 offensive/13 defensive)
TO: 7

Buckeye Central (25):

Jenna Karl 15
Taylor Ratliff 3
Courtney Pifher 3
Lexi Evak 4

FG: 10/27
3PT: 2/6 (Karl, Ratliff)
FT: 3/6
REB: 17 (5 offensive/12 defensive)
TO: 17

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