Archive - 2011 - Sports Article
St. Marys 2681, New Bremen 2298
Wednesday, Dec. 28
Minster vs. Miller City at Elida, 6
St. Marys vs. New Bremen
(at Fort Recovery)
St. Marys at Marion Harding Invite
Jr. High Boys Basketball
Minster at Russia Tourney
Ada 56, New Knoxville 47
ADA — A big third quarter lifted the Bulldogs past the New Knoxville boys basketball team.
Ada outscored the Rangers 19-10 in the third quarter to lead 42-31 after three quarters and held off the Rangers.
Konner Baker scored 22 points to lead Ada. The Bulldogs improved to 6-1 on the season.
Lucas Leffel also scored 22 points to pace New Knoxville, which slipped to 3-2 on the season. Leffel drained four 3-pointers to lead the Rangers.
St. Marys 41, Piqua 26
Photo Gallery of the Piqua at St. Marys Game (Link):
ST. MARYS — The Roughrider girls basketball team outscored Piqua 25-5 in the second half and the Riders pulled away for a come-from-behind 41-26 win.
Points Per Game
Pts. Per Game
Travis Bertram, Wapak
Garet Fledderjohann, St. Marys
Tuesday, Dec. 27
Boys Varsity Basketballâ€¨
Shawnee at Ottovilleâ€¨
Perry at Bathâ€¨
Elida at Lima Seniorâ€¨
St. Henry at Kalidaâ€¨
New Knoxville at Ada
Girls Varsity Basketballâ€¨
Piqua at St. Marysâ€¨
Fort Loramie at New Bremenâ€¨
Marion Local at Wapakoneta
â€¨Coldwater at Celina
â€¨Spencerville at Del. St. John’s
â€¨Fort Recovery at Del. Jeff.â€¨
St. Marys at New Bremen Photo Gallery (Link):
NEW BREMEN — The New Bremen Cardinals put together a winning 10-deep effort against the St. Marys Roughriders.
New Bremen put nine players in the scorebook and went on a 9-0 spurt late in the third quarter to take control of a 65-58 win against St. Marys.
SPENCERVILLE — Derek Goecke’s short jump shot with three seconds left in double overtime proved to be the game winner, as the Bearcats defeated the Minster Wildcats, 55-53, on Friday night.
“We went late to our ball screen action,” Spencerville head coach Kevin Sensabaugh said. “It worked for us because they had trouble defending the ball screen late and we felt we had a little advantage. We asked Eli (Bowers) where he wanted to catch the ball and him and Derek (Goecke) had a two-man game on the weak side and they executed and scored.”
MINSTER 64, SIDNEY LEHMAN 51
MINSTER—Minster head coach Mike Lee said it best after his...
NEW BREMEN — A three minute stretch midway through the third quarter allowed the Versailles...
ST. MARYS — St. Henry’s first half was a messy affair, full of fouls on defense...