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OG remains unbeaten with win over St. Marys

OTTAWA, OH – A strong team performance from multiple players and a career high 15 points from Ashley Schroeder helped keep the OG Titans unbeaten Thursday night as they handed visiting St. Marys their third straight loss on the season.

With their 71-35 win over the visiting Roughriders the Titans notched their eighth straight win in the series which represents the most by either school in their 44 meetings.

Kadie Hempfling, the reigning two-time WBL Player of the Year had a big night for the Titans as she pushed across eight of her 14 points in the first period to help her team take a 12-0 lead midway through the opening stanza. On the evening the future Bowling Green State University Falcon would tally 11 rebounds and hand out 7 assists in the victory for OGHS.

St. Marys first points of the ballgame came with 3:11 left in the first quarter from the hands of sophomore Ally Will who was able to connect from behind the arc to pull the Riders within 12-3 of the hosts. Sydney Cisco added a basket late in the period for St. Marys as well but found her squad trailing OG 18-5 when the opening eight minutes fell off the scoreboard.

Senior Makenna Mele had a strong second quarter for the Roughriders as she snagged a handful of rebounds on the offensive end and was able to get Hempfling sent to the bench with a pair of fouls for Ottawa Glandorf by getting herself to the free throw line. Mele finished the first half by hitting 3 of 4 from the line in addition to adding a pair of two-point baskets for 7 of her 9 markers on the evening.

Ottawa Glandorf surged out to a 35-18 lead at the end of the first half behind a trio of players in Kelsey Erford, Brianna Schimmoeller, and Kasey Ellerbrock who all connected with a three pointer. Junior post and first year starter Paige Sutter chipped in for the Titans offense on the boards and with all eight of her points in the opening two quarters to help OG build their advantage as well.

Despite being held to just seven points on the evening by a hounding OG defense that forced 25 Rider turnovers, Sydney Cisco connected on a three pointer in the third period and tossed in five of her points to help keep the St. Marys offense moving.

Before being injured in the middle of the games penultimate stanza it was Rider senior Madi Howell who paired a set of rebounds with points to help keep her team within striking distance of OG. Just as they had done in the opening half, the Titans turned to the three ball in the third period to up their advantage when Ashley Schroeder and Mackenzie Meyer connected to make it a 53-29 OG score after three periods.

Off of a pair of outlets from Hempfling in the opening moments of the final stanza Schroeder struck for two of her three baskets in the final period to help break her previous career high of 14 points set most recently in the Titans last game against Elida a week ago.

Eleven players found themselves in the scorebook for OG, led by Schroeder with 15. The 71 points scored by the Titans are the most by either team in the series since a 2015 meeting when OG defeated the Riders 76-46.

St. Marys (3-4, 0-2) was led by Makenna Mele who tallied 9 points on the evening to go with a handful of rebounds. The Roughriders are off until next Thursday night, December 21st when they welcome Sidney to town for a non-league battle.

OG has now won 15 straight home games and are 35-2 in the last three years at the Supreme Court. The Titans will be back in action on Saturday afternoon when they welcome Arlington to town for a 1:30pm varsity start that can be heard live on WZOQ Radio.


OG (71):
Ashley Schroeder 15
Kelsey Erford 5
Erin Kaufman 2
Mackenzie Meyer 7
Brianna Schimmoeller 9
Kasey Ellerbrock 6
Jayla Balbaugh 2
Peyton Warnecke 1
Kadie Hempfling 14
Paige Sutter 8
Mylee Utrup 2

FT: 5/8
3PT: 6 (Ellerbrock 2, Schroeder, Erford, Schimmoeller, Meyer)
TO: 14

St. Marys (35):
Carly Caywood 2
Ally Will 7
Clare Caywood 2
Sydney Cisco 7
Makenna Mele 9
Lauren Cisco 2
Madi Howell 6

FT: 3/10
3PT: 2 (Will, S. Cisco)
TO: 25

JV: Ottawa Glandorf 50-20


Riders stave off Rangers

NEW KNOXVILLE, OH – The old adage of free throws win games was never more evident than it was at New Knoxville Thursday night when with just 5.9 seconds remaining, St. Marys senior Sydney Cisco connected on two from the line to give her team a 53-51 road victory in non-league action.

The charity tosses capped off a huge night for Cisco as it represented the last two of her game high 27 markers. Overall on the evening every point Cisco would be responsible for would come from either the free throw line where she finished 11 of 12, or from behind the arc where she hit on 5 of the 6 St. Marys three point goals.

The first nearly three minutes of the contest featured no score from either side. New Knoxville’s Tayler Doty gave the Rangers their first and only lead at 1-0 with 5:02 remaining in the opening quarter until midway through the third period when she connected on one of her to free throw attempts.

Foul trouble would find itself as a big key to the outcome of the contest and began to manifest itself when St. Marys senior Makenna Mele picked up her second foul in the first half and was forced to become a spectator until the beginning of the third stanza.

5’10 senior Madi Howell, playing with four guards for Riders coach Jon Burke and in place of Mele paced her teams inside game with a solid first half as she scored 8 of her 14 points in that time to help give St. Marys a 14-12 lead after the first quarter and a 24-20 halftime advantage.

New Knoxville sophomore Megan Jurosic put the Rangers on top of St. Marys at 31-30 with 3:16 to go for the first time since the first quarter connected on one of her two charity tosses. Not to be outmatched however, the Roughriders stormed back in to the lead at the 1:51 mark remaining in the stanza when Cisco hit on two of two from the line for her only points in the quarter to make it a 34-33 ballgame.

In the fourth quarter with the game beginning to grind down through the final handful of minutes each team would lose key players as the Rangers would be forced to part with Jurosic and junior sharpshooter Erin Scott. St. Marys post duo of Mele and Howell were both casualties of the number of fouls called as well as they were sent to the bench in the final minutes as well.

Following a basket by New Knoxville to tie the contest at 51-51 and a turnover by the Roughriders, Sydney Cisco stole a pass and then was fouled to set up the games winning charity tosses. New Knoxville ended with the basketball and one last opportunity out of the ensuing timeout but were unable to connect from deep for the win and saw their record fall to 1-2 on the season while St. Marys improved to 2-1 on the year with the victory. As a team the Roughriders helped their own cause in the win as they went 21/28 from the line.

Sydney Cisco led all scorers with 27 points and was joined in double figures for St. Marys by Madi Howell who tossed in 14. The Rangers ended the night with 3 in double figures led by Jurosic’s 17 points while teammates Tayler Doty and Morgan Leffel each ended the contest with 10.


St. Marys (53):
Ally Will 2
Sydney Cisco 27
Makenna Mele 4
Lauren Cisco 3
Jill Schmitmeyer 3
Madi Howell 14

FG: 13/41
FT: 21/28
3s: 6/12 (S. Cisco 5, L. Cisco)

New Knoxville (51):
Tasia Lauth 6
Tayler Doty 10
Morgan Leffel 10
Erin Scott 8
Megan Jurosic 17

FG: 19/42
FT: 10/16
3s: 2/8 (E. Scott 2)

JV: 19-12 New Knoxville (2 quarters)


Titans and Wildcats secure District births

LEIPSIC, OH – While Ottawa Glandorf dominated in the early game the Bath Wildcats survived a battle in the late game at Leipsic High School Saturday night as both earned a matchup against one another next week in the District Semifinals.

Ten players scored for top ranked OG (23-0) as they moved within one game of the school record for consecutive wins with a 66-30 triumph over Shawnee.

5’9 senior Kylie White scored six of her game high 24 markers in the first quarter and moved her career total to 988 points in an effort to become just the third Titan to achieve the 1,000 point plateau. White also finished the contest with a double double before leaving to a standing ovation from her teams fans by snagging 10 rebounds.

Leading 13-6 after the first stanza the Titans forced the Indians into 16 turnovers in the opening two quarters and extended their lead out to 34-15 at the break behind 11 from White, 7 from Lexi Schroeder, and a second three pointer in the game from Sophomore Erin Kaufman.

Shawnee who sees their season finish at 7-16 was able to utilize a handful of OG miscues in the third quarter and turn them into points on their own offensive end as Alissa Stahler and DeAsia Smith combined to score nine of the 11 Indian points in the period.

Six of the ten players who scored for OG in the game did so in the fourth quarter. Four Titans (Devon Warnecke, Mackenzie Meyer, Brianna Schimmoeller, Kasey Ellerbrock) connected on a three pointer in the last eight minutes and helped the WBL Champions finish off a 66-30 victory and the rights to cut down the nets when the buzzer sounded.

Courtney Bockrath (7), Schimmoeller (5), and Ellerbrock (3) all posted career highs on the evening for the Titans who would force 35 turnovers on the evening en route to the victory.


OG (66):
Ashley Schroeder 2
Devon Warnecke 3
Erin Kaufman 6
Mackenzie Meyer 3
Lexi Schroeder 9
Kylie White 24
Courtney Bockrath 7
Kadie Hempfling 4
Brianna Schimmoeller 5
Kasey Ellerbrock 3

TO: 10
3PT: 7 (Kaufman 2, Warnecke, Meyer, L. Schroeder, Schimmoeller, Ellerbrock)
FT: 9/12

Shawnee (30):
Grace O’Connor 3
Dionna Lewis 6
Alissa Stahler 8
DeAsia Smith 7
Norah Painter 1
Kinsey Heistan 2
Ijah Austin 2

TO: 35
3PT: 1 (O’Connor)
FT: 6/13

The late game at Leipsic started slow offensively for both teams in the first quarter and was a slug fest for the final three. St. Marys (14-10) was unable to put a stop to a late Bath rally as the Wildcats (16-7) move on with a 48-38 victory.

Bath’s Bailey Dackin scored the first quarters only marker from the field to give the Wildcats a 2-1 advantage after the Roughriders reached the board first on a Makenna Mele free throw. Heidi Craddock hit 1/2 from the line late in the opening eight minutes and put the Wildcats on top 3-1 at the first quarter stoppage.

Just seconds into the second stanza St. Marys Junior Sydney Cisco connected on a pair of free throws to give the Riders a short lived 4-3 advantage.

With the ballgame resembling something more along the lines of a track meet in the middle of the quarter a moment of history was made as St. Marys leading scorer Shania Taylor became the 8th member of the schools 1,000 point club and the second Roughrider this season (Derek Jay vs Leipsic) to score their 1,000th career point at Leipsic High School when she hit a runner to push her team back ahead of Bath.

Trailing 18-13 after a furious first half finish for their opponents, the Wildcats blitzed by the Riders in the third stanza as they outscored them by a 19-7 margin led by six markers from Lindsay Singhaus and with six players scoring overall.

Free throws were the story of the fourth quarter as Bath was able to stave off a late Roughrider run by hitting on 10/12 from the charity stripe and earn a date in the District Semifinals with a 48-38 victory.

Thursday night the Wildcats will take on Ottawa Glandorf in the early game from Paulding High School while the late contest will feature another regular season rematch between Wapak and Defiance with the winners of each game meeting on Saturday night at 7pm in the same venue.


Bath (48):
Jaidyn Hale 6
Lindsay Singhaus 8
Bailey Dackin 13
Heidi Craddock 6
Kaleigh Ketchum 7
Elysabette Andrews 6
Haley Garland 2

St. Marys (38):
Makayla Koch 3
Sydney Cisco 7
Makenna Mele 5
Quincy Rable 5
Shania Taylor 13
Lauren Cisco 4


OG opens league play with road win

ST MARYS, OH – Behind a strong team defensive performance and a pair of big offensive performances the OG Titans opened the Western Buckeye League portion of their schedule Thursday on the road in St. Marys with a 57-46 victory.

All-Ohio selections Kadie Hempfling and Kylie White combined to score 36 of the Titans 57 points and snagged 18 total rebounds to help secure Coach Troy Yant’s fifth victory in five meetings with the Roughriders.

Makayla Koch connected on a pair of first quarter free throws for St. Marys and a deep three pointer and a pair of buckets from inside the paint during the first half but was held scoreless the rest of the way and hassled into a handful of turnovers across the rest of the contest.

White and Hempfling each tossed in a three point field goal in the first half and teamed up for all but a dozen of their teams 33 first half points and helped the visitors to a 33-22 halftime advantage.

Despite a fast moving half that saw the two WBL squads attempt just nine free throws, the second half would grind to a much slower pace as Ottawa Glandorf found themselves 7/12 from the line while their counterparts would go 6/12 in the same 16 minute span.

Sydney Cisco continued her streak of hitting shots from extreme distances during the game as she found herself able to connect on a pair in the first half and one late in the game to lead her team in points scored with 14 on the evening.

Seniors Shania Taylor and Quincy Rable were held scoreless in the first half by the Titans defense that switched back and forth between a 2-3 and a 1-3-1 at times to stymie the outside shooting the Riders have utilized successfully in their first four games, but finished with 3 and 10 respectively in the defeat.

Ottawa Glandorf and St. Marys both scored 24 points in the second half as each received contributions from six players during the course of the four quarters.

While the Roughriders (4-0, 0-1) were dealt their first defeat of the season they will get an opportunity to even their WBL record next Thursday night as they take on Van Wert. Before taking on the Cougars the Riders will take on Delphos St. Johns in a non-conference affair on Tuesday night.

OG (5-0, 1-0) was led in scoring by Hempfling’s 19 points (also grabbed a game high 12 rebounds) and will travel to Lima on Thursday night as they continue their run towards a second consecutive league championship when they take on the Wildkittens.


St. Marys (46):
Makayla Koch 9
Sydney Cisco 14
Makenna Mele 8
Jill Schmitmeyer 2
Quincy Rable 10
Shania Taylor

TO: 20
FT: 11/19

OG (57):
Devon Warnecke 5
Carri Johnson 6
Erin Kaufman 4
Lexi Schroeder 6
Kylie White 17
Kadie Hempfling 19

TO: 17
FT: 8/15

JV: Ottawa Glandorf 42-31


Riders bounce Cougars

SPENCERVILLE, OH – St. Marys combined staunch defense with timely shooting Tuesday night as they advanced themselves into the Sectional Finals on Saturday night with a 48-27 win against Van Wert.

Despite a 9-9 deadlock at the end of the first quarter the Roughriders were able to force the Cougars into a multitude of turnovers and just six points while scoring 37 points the rest of the way for the victory that will earn them an 8:00pm tilt with Wapakoneta in the Sectional Finals at Spencerville for the right to move into district play.

Shania Taylor and Erika Angstman each led the way for St. Marys on the evening as the duo tossed in 13 points apiece. Joining the duo in double figures was 5’3 Sophomore sharpshooter Sydney Cisco who connected on two of the three shots for her team from deep and finished with 11 points in the game.

Van Wert was led in scoring by Ella Butler and Abby Jackson with 7 points each.

St. Marys improves their record to 14-9 on the season and will match up with a Redskins squad that was the last to defeat them, 60-48 just a week ago.

The youthful Cougars see their 2015-16 season come to a halt at 0-22 as they were defeated by St. Marys for the second time this season.


St Marys (48):

Sydney Cisco 11
Makenna Mele 3
Jill Schmitmeyer 2
Quincy Rable 6
Shania Taylor 13
Erika Angstman 13

2PT: 15/35
3PT: 3/16 (S. Cisco 2, Angstman)
FT: 9/19
REB: 30
TO: 14

Van Wert (27):

Cassidy Meyers 3
Ally Jackson 2
Ella Butler 7
Abby Jackson 7
Morgan Magowan 4
Reagan Priest 4

2PT: 9/33
3PT: 1/11 (C. Meyers)
FT: 6/12
REB: 26
TO: 24


Riders outshoot Redskins

St. Marys used hot shooting and scores from seven different players Monday night as they downed St. Henry in a non-conference tilt 67-56 to earn their 12th win of the season.

Despite the fact it was Senior Night at the Horseshoe it was a pair of Juniors in Quincy Rable and Shania Taylor who did a lot of the damage for the Roughriders (12-6) as the duo combined to score 34 points in the contest. Rable would finish the game with a season high 19 points and 6 rebounds while Taylor pulled down 8 rebounds to go with her 15 markers.

In the first the Riders got off to a big start as Taylor and Rable each tossed in a pair of baskets while Sydney and Lindi Cisco connected on a three pointer apiece and helped St. Marys jump out to a 19-12 lead after the opening eight minutes of play.

Despite having seven players find their way onto the scoreboard in the first half, the Redskins (4-14) were only able to total 20 points in the first half and find themselves trailing by 15 heading into the break. Seconds before the buzzer sounded the Roughriders etched the last two points of the half on an inbound pass from midcourt and the hands of Makayla Koch that was tossed in by Quincy Rable.

The second half of play began with both squads connecting on a handful of shots from beyond the arc that allowed St. Henry to trim the home teams lead to 14 at the end of the quarter by virtue of a 10-3 run.

Alexis Ontrop and Ellie Stammen combined for five of the Redskins three pointers in the second half but the duo were unable to get themselves and their squad any closer than nine points before the Riders got a pair of threes from Erika Angstman in the final period to push the advantage back to double digits and secure the win.

With three league games remaining the Roughriders find themselves in a four way logjam at 4-2 in the Western Buckeye League and behind leaders Ottawa Glandorf (6-0) heading into their final 3 conference tilts against Wapak, Defiance, and Thursday night against Celina.

St. Henry is 0-6 in MAC play and will look for their first league win of the year Thursday night as they take on New Bremen.


St. Marys (67):

Lindi Cisco 3
Makayla Koch 6
Sydney Cisco 12
Makenna Mele 1
Quincy Rable 19
Shania Taylor 15
Erika Angstman 11

FG: 21/43
3PT: 8/16
FT: 11/13

St. Henry (56):

Ellie Stammen 12
Kendra Rose 5
Alexis Ontrop 15
Alyssa Siefring 7
Britney Siefring 2
Jacey King 10
Nikki Keller 2
Danielle Lange 3

FG: 22/53
3PT: 8/23
FT: 4/7
TO: 11


Sidney comeback downs Riders

ST. MARYS, OH – Despite not getting the lead until under a minute remaining in the contest, a three point play by Sidney Senior Sylvia Hudson gave the Yellowjackets a 46-43 non-conference win Monday night on the road.

Lindi Cisco, Quincy Rable, Sydney Cisco and Erika Angstman combined for 11 points for St. Marys in the first quarter but they were able to get the Sidney duo of Hudson and 6’2 Junior Celena Taborn in foul trouble and were able to keep the duo, who combine for 21 rebounds a game from getting their team second shot opportunities.

With St. Marys leading 11-6 after the first period the Roughriders were able to keep up the defensive pressure as they forced Sidney turnovers and turned them just as quickly into points on the fast break. Carrie Nuss connected on a pair of three pointers for the visitors to cut the St. Marys lead to 22-18 at the halftime break.

Showing why she was an Honorable Mention selection as part of last seasons Division 1 All-Ohio team, Hudson took the contest over in the third quarter as she accounted for 11 of her game high 21 points. With Hudson leading their offensive attack, the Yellowjackets added a three pointer from Jada Rowland and a marker from Taborn to find themselves down just a point 35-34 heading into the final stanza.

Rable, who had scored 11 of her team high 15 points coming into the fourth quarter added a pair of steals to go along with her four points in the final period for St. Marys, but the Roughriders were unable to connect on any more than just two shots from Shania Taylor and Angstman and found themselves on the wrong end of the final margin.

In the games final minutes the Yellowjackets points once again came from the duo of Taborn and Hudson who scored every point for the team in the second half with the exception of the one make by Rowland in the third quarter.

After having just tied the contest up Sidney got the games final score of the game on an and one conversion by Hudson on the fifth and final foul of the game as Angstman, who attempted to slide in front and keep her from getting sent her to the line. St. Marys was unable to get off a shot in the final seconds as the Yellowjackets dribbled out the clock for the 46-43 win.

Sidney with the win improves their record to 6-0 on the season and will next begin GWOC play on Thursday as they travel to Springfield to take on the Wildcats.

St. Marys drops to 4-3 on the season and will resume Western Buckeye League play on Thursday as they play host to Shawnee.


Sidney (45):

Carrie Nuss 9
Jada Rowland 5
Sylvia Hudson 21
Celena Taborn 11

FG: 12/32
3PT: 4/17
FT: 7/13
TO: 7

St. Marys (43):
Lindi Cisco 5
Sydney Cisco 10
Quincy Rable 15
Shania Taylor 6
Erika Angstman 9

FG: 13/29
3PT: 4/16
FT: 5/13
TO: 7

St. Marys won the JV contest 48-27 behind 21 points from Makenna Mele


OG begins WBL play with win over St Marys

OTTAWA, OH – The OG Titans used a 10-0 run to begin their contest Thursday night against visiting St. Marys and applied the pressure for the final three quarters as they downed the Roughriders 57-42 in the WBL opener for both schools.

Behind a pair of threes from Freshman Erin Kaufman and Sophomore Kadie Hempfling the Titans led after the first period by a 17-4 margin and were able to push that advantage out to 28-13 at the break as Junior Kylie White added five second quarter markers.

St. Marys was able to cut into the OG lead in the third period as they used a pair of triples themselves from Lindi Cisco and one from the two-time WBL Volleyball player of the year Erika Angstman that beat the buzzer from just inside of half court to trim their deficit to 18 at 43-25 heading to the fourth stanza.

With Hempfling battling foul trouble and on the bench the Roughriders went to Angstman early and often in the final period as she would account for 7 of her game high 15 points and connect on all three of her free throws in the final 8:00. OG would be outscored 15-14 in the fourth but still came away with a 15 point win thanks to 15 Rider turnovers.

For their part the Titans were balanced on the evening with seven Titans recording points on the night including a team high 14 from White. Erin Kaufman’s 12 points put her just one shy of her career high of 13 points, a total she scored in just her second game of the season against Tinora.

Ottawa Glandorf (5-0, 1-0 WBL) will be off until next Thursday December 10th when defending WBL Champion Bath comes to town for a showdown that could very well determine who finishes as this seasons conference winner. The aforementioned matchup can be heard live as it happens on www.wzoqradio.com beginning at 7:15pm.

The Roughriders (2-2, 0-1 WBL) are off until Tuesday December 8th when they travel down Route 66 to take on Delphos St. Johns before returning home to resume WBL play against Van Wert on Thursday night.

St. Marys won the JV contest 37-25 led by 15 from Clare Caywood and 13 from Makenna Mele.


OG (57):
Kylie White 14
Erin Kaufman 12
Kadie Hempfling 11
McKenzie Meyer 8
Dani Ellerbrock 6
Lexi Schroeder 4
Devon Warnecke 2

FT: 4/8

St. Marys (42):

Erika Angstman 15
Quincy Rable 14
Shania Taylor 5
Lindi Cisco 5
Sydney Cisco 2


Titans utilize balance in defeat over Roughriders

Ottawa Glandorf got scores from 11 of the 13 players they used in their WBL win Thursday night 64-21 at St. Marys.

Turnovers into points was a common theme for the Titans on the night as they turned a handful of St. Marys first quarter turnovers directly into points and led 11-0 three minutes into the contest. St. Marys would get on the scoreboard at the 5:02 mark when senior Skylar Liming’s layup gave the Roughriders their only points of the first quarter.

St. Marys would score the first points of the second quarter just :48 seconds in when Lindi Cisco split a pair of free throws, but were kept off the scoreboard until OG added six more points to push their advantage to 26-4 midway through the second quarter. Danielle Schroeder was one of the stars on the offensive end for the Titans in the second quarter as she scored 9 of her 11 points in the period. Elissa Ellerbrock turned a pair of steals into 4 of her 6 points in the second stanza as well for the Titans as they led 38-8 at the break.

Things wouldn’t get much better for St. Marys unfortunately in the second half as they would turn the ball over 19 times and be outscored in the games penultimate quarter 13-7 to trail 51-15 heading into the final 8:00. One bright spot for the Roughriders in the quarter however was the shooting from beyond the arc of freshman Sydney Cisco who canned a pair of three pointers on back to back possessions to cut her teams deficit to 30 at the time at 44-14.

With leading scorer Shania Taylor missing due to an injury she suffered against Wapakoneta last week and Erika Angstman being held to just 4 points in the game, the Roughriders only scores from the field would come from 5’9 freshman Makenna Mele. Mele dropped in a bucket and a trio of shots from the charity stripe to score 5 of her teams 6 points in the last quarter.

All but one of the 13 points for the Titans in the last quarter was scored by a member of their freshman class (senior Anna Bellman went 1/2 from the free throw line) as Carri Johnson, Mackenzie Meyer, Kadie Hempfling, and Sydney Heitmeyer combined to score four shots from the field and go 4/8 from the line to wrap up the 64-21 win.

Kadie Hempfling led all scorers in the game with 14, including one of the Titans 4 three pointers.

OG finishes their regular season at 20-2, 8-1 in Western Buckeye League play, and winners of their last 14 games. The Titans will be off until Saturday, February 28th at 6:15pm as they will travel to Wapak to take on either Elmwood or Parkway for a Sectional Championship.

St. Marys finishes their regular season with 9 losses in their last 10 games and with a record of 9-13 overall, 3-6 in WBL play. The Roughriders will travel to Spencerville on Tuesday, Feb 24th as they will take on league foe Shawnee at 8pm. Earlier this season the Roughriders defeated the Indians at Shawnee 53-44.


OG (64):

Carri Johnson 4
Dani Ellerbrock 3
Elissa Ellerbrock 11
Mackenzie Meyer 2
Anna Bellman 2
Erin Basinger 2
Danielle Schroeder 11
Kylie White 6
Lexi Schroeder 7
Kadie Hempfling 14
Sydney Heitmeyer 2

FT: 12/20
3: 4 (D. Ellerbrock, D. Schroeder, L. Schroeder, Hempfling)
TO: 17

St. Marys (21):

Lindi Cisco 3
Sydney Cisco 6
Skylar Liming 3
Erika Angstman 4
Makenna Mele 5

FT: 7/16
3: 2 (S. Cisco 2)
TO: 29

JV: St. Marys 41-23
* OG JV finishes season at 7-15 overall, 3-6 WBL