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West sweeps girls D8 games

ELIDA – The 40th annual District 8 All-Star games took place Monday night at Elida with the West squad winning both contests. In the Division 1-2-3 outing the West outscored their Eastern counterparts 72-69 while the Division 4 game saw the West roll to a 64-30 victory.

Tied at 69-69 with seconds left to play in the game Ottawa Glandorf’s Dani Ellerbrock, who will play her college basketball at Mt. Vernon Nazarene University connected on a free throw to give the West a one point advantage before picking the pocket of Bath’s Brittany Ulmer and connecting on a layup for the games final score.

Future Bowling Green Falcon Rion Thompson (Lima Senior) led the east in scoring as she tallied 17 points in the game while teammate Heather Heiby of Celina joined her in double figures with 15, hitting on five three pointers in the loss.

Nicolette Devincentis (Liberty Benton) was the games leading scorer with 18 points in her final contest before traveling to Indiana for her collegiate ball at St. Josephs. Maddi Stiles (Wapak/Heidelberg) tallied four three pointers and finished with 15 points while Ellerbrock chipped in with 10.

Scoring:
D 1-2-3 West (72):
Sara Smarkel (Findlay) 9
Marissa Wintrow (Findlay) 2
Kendra Siefring (Fort Recovery) 7
Nicolette Devincentis (Liberty Benton) 18
Dani Ellerbrock (OG) 10
Erika Angstman (St. Marys) 6
Riley Culver (Wapak) 5
Maddi Stiles (Wapak) 15

Playing but not scoring: Lindi Cisco (St. Marys)
Unable to attend: Lynea Diller (Columbus Grove)

D 1-2-3 East (69):
Brittany Ulmer (Bath) 5
Haley McGillvary (Celina) 5
Kelly Stahl (Celina) 4
Heather Heiby (Celina) 15
Denise Schwieterman (Coldwater) 4
Brooklyn Miller (Defiance) 4
Bailey Kuhn (Elida) 6
Essence Cowan (Lima Senior) 9
Rion Thompson (Lima Senior) 17

The Division 4 game featured the West squad led early by the hot shooting of Alyse Clune (New Bremen) and three pointers from five different players. With the East unable to score early on they found themselves behind at the halftime break 26-17. Marion Local’s Emily Mescher gave her West squad plenty of opportunities for extra chances in the half as she pulled down rebound after rebound.

LeAnn Huelsman of Minster and Clune combined to hit four threes in the second half and lead a defensive effort that held their counterparts to just 13 points in the second half en route to the 64-30 victory.

Huelsman and Clune led the way in the contest with 12 points apiece while Natalie Snider of Lima Central Catholic tossed in 8 points to lead her East squad.

Scoring:

D4 West:

Emily Bauer (Crestview) 3
Lexie Hayes (Delphos St. Johns) 3
Kylie Jettinghoff (Ft. Jennings) 7
Emily Mescher (Marion Local) 5
LeAnn Huelsman (Minster) 12
Hannah Schmitmeyer (Minster) 6
Alyse Clune (New Bremen) 12
Debbie Paul (New Bremen) 8
Rachel Leffel (New Knoxville) 5
Nicole Kramer (Ottoville) 3

D4 East (30):

Sydney Faine (Ada) 5
Rachel Wildman (Ada) 2
Brittany Kahle (Kalida) 5
Kylie Osterhage (Kalida) 4
Allison Recker (Kalida) 2
Natalie Snider (LCC) 8
Cassie Niese (Miller City) 4

Playing but not scoring: Micheala Curtis (Hardin Northern), Sara McFadden (Ridgemont), Chloe Kromer (Vanlue)

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4 in double figures propels OG to 6th straight win

LIMA, OH – Ottawa Glandorf’s starters accounted for 69 of their season high 76 points Saturday afternoon as they knocked off Lima Senior 76-63.

Kylie White, Lexi Schroeder and Kadie Hempfling each reached double figures in the first half of the contest and helped the Titans jump out to a 42 point first half at Lima Senior High School.

Spartans Senior Essence Cowan came into the day looking for 11 points to hit the 1,000 point mark for her career but did not accomplish the feat until connecting on a third quarter layup for her 12th marker on the day.

Ottawa Glandorf utilized 14 Spartan turnovers and turned almost every one of them into layups or scores from inside the arc where they finished the matchup 31 of 50 in the win.

Future Bowling Green State University Falcon Rion Thompson was the games high scorer with 31 points but was unable to help her team cut the visitors advantage to less than double digits in the second half of the programs 13th all-time meeting.

OG’s fourth player in double figures was Senior point guard Dani Ellerbrock who in addition to shutting down the Lima guards tossed in a dozen points including four on back to back steals and scores in the final period.

With the win the Titans pick up their 13th win of the season and sixth in a row. In the next week Ottawa Glandorf will play three contests, all at home against Anthony Wayne on Tuesday, Defiance on Thursday and Bryan on Saturday. Kadie Hempfling finished the game with a team high 22 points while White chipped in 19 points to go along with 14 rebounds while Lexi Schroeder pumped in 14.

Lima Senior sees their record fall to 7-5 on the season and will have a TRAC battle on their hands Tuesday night when St. Ursula Academy vists the bean.

Scoring:

OG (76):

Devon Warnecke 5
Dani Ellerbrock 12
Erin Kaufman 2
Mackenzie Meyer 2
Kylie White 19
Lexi Schroeder 14
Kadie Hempfling 22

FG: 33/57
3PT: 2/7
FT: 8/18
TO: 13

Lima Senior (63):
Camille McLellan 2
Taja Oglesbee 6
Rion Thompson 31
Essence Cowan 12
Kierre James 8
Talor Washington 2
Amesha Reed 2

FG: 25/48
3PT: 4/15
FT: 9/16
TO: 14

JV: OG 35-26

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