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DELPHOS — A 9-2 run in the final three minutes of the third quarter was what put the Delphos St. John’s Bluejays over the top as they defeated the New Bremen Cardinals Lady basketball team 38-30 Thursday evening in a MAC contest played at Delphos.
“We stayed with them,” Cardinals head coach Randy Eckert said. “We just had a few mental mistakes that cost us a few points. Our shot selection wasn’t the greatest at the end, but we have to shoot more and try to score.”
MINSTER — Minster dominated the second quarter in a 62-44 victory over Versailles in a Midwest Athletic Conference match-up on Thursday night.
“I think it was a team effort,” said Minster head coach Nann Stechschulte. “We tried to take away their strengths.”
Tara Clune led the Wildcats, who had 10 different players score, with 18 points.
Stacy Timmerman, Capital
COLUMBUS — Stacy Timmerman, a Capital junior and New Bremen grad, scored 15 points and had five rebounds and an assist in the Crusaders’ 66-57 loss to Mount Union on Saturday. Capital slipped to 13-6, 8-4 in the OAC. Timmerman averages 9.6 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per game.
Erika Thornsberry, Lipscomb
NEW KNOXVILLE — New Knoxville head coach Kort Fledderjohann can’t remember seeing his team run its offense any more smoothly this season than it did for large patches of Tuesday night’s game against Marion Local.
The Rangers pulled away from Marion Local in the second half for a 46-28 Midwest Athletic Conference win in a make-up game at The Barn, as New Knoxville scored the first 10 points of the second half and held Marion Local to only eight second-half points.
Tuesday, Jan. 31
Marion Local at New Knoxville
Lima Sr. at LCC
Ben Logan at USV
Celina at Lima Sr.
Elida at Ottoville
LCC at Van Wert
DSJ at Lincolnview
Kalida at Spencerville
GREENVILLE — St. Marys had the lead at the end of the first three quarters of Monday night’s game at Greenville, only to a watch its work be undone in the fourth quarter.
Greenville outscored the St. Marys girls basketball team 13-2 in the fourth quarter and rallied past the Roughriders, 42-34, on Monday night.
Kelsey Tester paced Greenville with 18 points on eight baskets and two free throws. Tara Guillozet added 11 points.
Originally scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 10, the game was postponed
DEFIANCE — St. Marys’ Madison Taylor’s diving title and Jared Deubler’s record-setting performance in the boys’ 100-yard backstroke event headlined the Roughrider boys and girls swim teams competition at the Western Buckeye League Championships at the Defiance YMCA on Thursday and Saturday.
Taylor , a Memorial High School freshman, won convincingly with a 308.45 score on Thursday — 20 points clear of a trio of Celina divers who finished second, third and fourth. Celina’s Dethora Hasenjager finished second.
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