6-foot-3, Sophomore, Guard
High School: New Knoxville
Vs. Point Park (1/3, W, 90-87)
New Bremen seeking head varsity football coach applicants
New Bremen High School seeks applicants for the vacant head varsity football coaching position. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume and references to New Bremen High School, Attn. Gary Jones, 901 East Monroe Street, New Bremen, Ohio 45869 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The application deadline is January 31, 2012
5-8, Junior, Guard
High School: New Bremen
Season Statistics (Per Game)
KALIDA — The Minster girls basketball team sat in a 2-3 zone and dared Kalida to shoot the ball from the outside on Monday night.
When Kalida ventured to try to crack open the defense, there was a defensive force in the middle to turn the Putnam County Wildcats back.
Minster center Tara Clune swatted away a half dozen shots and scored a game-high 13 points as the Wildcats had a big second half that lifted them to a 41-26 non-conference win.
Anderson Men's Basketball
Year: Freshman â€¨
High School: Minster
â€¨Statistics (Per Game)â€¨
Monday, Jan. 2
Minster (5-2) at Kalida (4-3), 6 p.m.: After winning the Vicki Mauk Holiday Tournament at Elida last week, Minster brings in the new year with a match-up at Kalida. Kayla Wuebker had a breakout 22-point game in the tourney title game against Elida. Minster has won three straight games after starting the season 2-2. Minster beat Kalida 51-27 last season. Kalida is 4-3 on the season with wins over St. Marys, O-G, Antwerp and Fort Jennings and losses to Coldwater, Delphos Jefferson and Columbus Grove.
December 30th, 2011
ROCKFORD — The St. Marys boys basketball team headed into the new year on a high note once again.
The Roughriders evened up their record for the season and won the Chatt Insurance Holiday Tournament at Parkway for the third straight year with a 71-62 victory over the host Panthers on Friday night.
“We’re 4-4 and it’s a good way to finish the end of the year,” St. Marys head coach Dan Hegemier said.
FT. LORAMIE — The New Bremen Cardinals basketball team used their speed and depth to pull away from the Ft. Loramie Redskins in the fourth quarter for a 58-39 victory Friday evening at Ft. Loramie.
“Our conditioning and ability to play a lot of kids put us over the hump in the second quarter tonight,” Cardinals head coach Adam Dougherty said. “Our depth was a big factor in the game tonight.”
PIQUA — Minster football is headed to the state semifinals for the first time since...
TROTWOOD MADISON 34, WAPAKONETA 28
SIDNEY — Two lost fumbles by the Wapakoneta Redskins...
Ohio High School
Cin. La Salle 38, Cin. Mt. Healthy 6