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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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Bearcats win 3rd straight

NEW KNOXVILLE, OH – Gary Schrolucke and Dakota Prichard combined for 21 of Spencerville’s 31 points in the second half, and the Bearcats grabbed 10 offensive rebounds in the final two periods as the visitors defeated New Knoxville 54-42 in non-conference action at the Barn Friday night.

Each squad opened the first quarter with a pair of turnovers and shots from inside the arc but were unable to get into an effective flow of their offense early on as the opposing defense consistently found themselves in key position to keep the score in single digits. With only seconds left in the first quarter the Rangers nabbed an 11-10 advantage at the first quarter break as they sank a three pointer just before the buzzer.

Dakota Prichard’s seven second quarter points helped fuel a 12-7 second quarter that gave Spencerville a 22-18 halftime lead, but the Bearcat defense helped keep New Knoxville’s leading scorer Nick Topp to just one make from the field in the period and held the 6’1 Senior to 8 in the opening two quarters while not allowing him to create many open opportunities as well for his teammates.

Four players scored for the Bearcats in the second half as they again outscored their opponents in a quarter 12-7 and took their largest lead of the game into the final period leading by 9 at 34-25.

Missed free throws would become a story for Spencerville in the third and into the fourth quarter as the visitors finished just 7/15 on the evening but hit enough shots from the perimeter that they were able to keep the score near or in double digits until the clock struck all zeroes.

Nick Topp accounted for 10 of his team high 21 points in the final eight minutes but was unable to keep Prichard at bay for the Bearcats as he also tossed in 10 points. Schrolucke’s three pointer and basket provided 5 of his 13 markers in the ballgame and helped Spencerville to wrap up a 54-42 victory.

New Knoxville (2-3) has not beaten the Bearcats at home since they were victorious over Spencerville by a 60-38 score on December 30th, 2008. The Rangers will be off until next Friday, December 30th when they travel to St. Marys to take on the Roughriders.

Spencerville sees their record move to 5-1 on the season and will have a week off for the Christmas break as well before they travel to take on the Kalida Wildcats on Friday night.

Box Score:

Spencerville (54)
Daniel Corso 3
Gary Schrolucke 13
Jacob Propst 2
Brady Nolan 5
Dakota Prichard 24
Bailey Croft 6
Griffen Croft 1

FG: 21/42
3PT: 5/17 (Schrolucke 2, Prichard 2, Nolan)
FT: 7/15
REB: 29 (10 Offensive – Prichard 8)
TO: 13

New Knoxville (42):
Nick Topp 21
Ben Lammers 3
Jonah Lageman 6
Nathan Tinnerman 6
Nick Thobe 4
Nathan Merges 2

3PT: 6/16 (Topp 4, Lammers, Tinnerman)
FT: 4/7
REB: 18 (4 Offensive – Tinnerman 8)
TO: 14

JV: Spencerville 32-19

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St Henry, Minster earn sectional crowns

COLDWATER, OH – Minster and St. Henry earned sectional championships and a date against one another Friday night on the court at Coldwater High School. St. Henry downed New Knoxville for the second time this season, 66-50 while Minster earned a 62-43 victory against Ada in the nightcap contest.

St. Henry forward Evan Lefeld connected on a trio of first quarter three pointers while teammates Mitch Schwieterman and Mitchel Stammen each added one of their own to push the Redskins to a 23-18 advantage at the end of the opening stanza.

Defensively the Redskins were able to turn up their pressure in the second quarter as they held the Rangers to just five points, a triple from Logan Leffel and a pair of free throws to lead at the break 38-23.

Jesse Niekamp’s big third quarter propelled his team to a 14 point lead after three as he connected on eight of his 20 points in the period.

New Knoxville scored 14 points in the final eight minutes of the contest, their most since their 18 in the opening quarter led by Nathan Tinnerman with 6 points but were unable to cut into the Redskin lead and fell to their conference foes in the end 66-50.

The Rangers (9-15) were led in scoring by Logan Leffel who tossed in a 21 markers while the Redskins (17-6) were led by Mitchel Stammen and his 23 points.

Scoring:

St. Henry (66):
Evan Lefeld 15
Paul Stammen 2
Mitch Schwieterman 5
Mitchel Stammen 23
Ryan Bruening 1
Jesse Niekamp 20

FG: 22/43
3PT: 7/18
FT: 15/20
TO: 5

New Knoxville (50):
Logan Leffel 20
Nick Topp 5
Jonah Lageman 4
Nathan Tinnerman 12
Sam Stone 1
Zach Neuman 6

FG: 15/36
3PT: 5/11
FT: 15/20
TO: 17

Brayden Sautter had a big first quarter for Ada but balanced scoring from four Minster scorers helped the Wildcats jump out to 15-12 lead they would never relinquish.

Ten players for Minster found themselves able to dent the scorebook the rest of the way as the Wildcats, who shot 20/48 from the field were able to get the win and advance to the district semifinals.

Four Wildcats notched double figures led by Bryce Schmiesing’s 13 points as Minster upped their season record to 13-9. Ada ends their season with a record of 14-10 and were led in scoring by All-NWC selection Blake Willeke who poured in 14 on the evening.

With the win the Wildcats will take on St Henry on Tuesday night at 8pm in Wapak.

Scoring:

Minster (62):

Brett Hoelscher 1
Bryce Schmiesing 13
Josh Nixon 10
Jacob Stechschulte 10
Peter Falk
Aaron Ernst 2
Conner Tumbusch 5
Jared Thobe 6
Jared Huelsman 4
Andrew Broering 1

FG: 20/48
3PT: 5/15
FT: 15/26
REB: 30
TO: 11

Ada (43):

Jackson Secor 10
Brayden Sautter 11
Blake Willeke 14
Jordan Bailey 5
Owen Conley 3

FG: 15/48
3PT: 4/18
FT: 9/14
TO: 11

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30 point effort from Mescher fuels Flyer win

NEW KNOXVILLE – A career high 30 point scoring effort from Sophomore Tyler Mescher helped push his Marion Local Flyers past the New Knoxville Rangers and to 2-0 in Midwest Athletic Conference play by a 61-52 margin Friday night.

Mescher started slow with just two points in the first quarter and was relegated to the bench for a stretch after picking up a pair of fouls, but rebounded in the second quarter as he tossed in eight points and saw his Flyers take a 28-20 advantage into the halftime break.

Not to be outdone however New Knoxville’s Logan Leffel began to heat up himself as he accounted for eight first half points himself. While the two players came about their points in drastically different ways, both poured them in by the bunches in the third and fourth quarters as Leffel scored 21 and Mescher 22 before the game came to a conclusion.

Leffel’s second half included a trio of triples from long distance that helped to cut his teams deficit to just a single point late in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for the Rangers they would not be able to find a compliment to the 6’0 senior on the night and fell to the Flyers as they capitalized on 12 New Knoxville turnovers and connected from the free throw line en route to the win.

Marion Local finished the contest shooting just 12/27 from the charity stripe and 2/19 from beyond the arc, but they outrebounded the Rangers 33-26 with many of those coming in the form of offensive rebounds and stickbacks for their second half points.

Derek Albers added 11 points for Marion Local in the win while Nathan Tinnerman scored 13 for his team who dropped their first game of the season at home against three wins.

The Flyers (5-4, 2-0) will travel to Van Wert to take on the Cougars while the Rangers (3-7, 0-2) will be at home on Saturday night as they play host to the Jackson Center Tigers in a non-league affair.

Scoring:

Marion Local (61):

Derek Albers 11
Nathan Bruns 5
Cole Griesdorn 7
Ryan Thobe 4
Kyle Homan 2
Tyler Mescher 30

FG: 23/48
3PT: 2/19 (Albers 2)
FT: 12/27
REB: 33
TO: 13

New Knoxville (52):
Logan Leffel 29
Nick Topp 6
Nathan Tinnerman 13
Sam Stone 2
Zach Neuman 2

FG: 19/48
3PT: 3/10 (leffel 3)
FT: 11/14
REB: 26
TO: 12

JV: Marion Local 55-18

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