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January 10th, 2013
WAYNESFIELD — The Waynesfield- Goshen girls basketball team likes to get a shot up within the first few seconds of every offensive possession. New Knoxville will pass the ball around for 15 passes before finding an open shot in its methodical half-court sets.
With time on it side, New Knoxville’s patience won out.
BOTKINS — At the end of the third quarter it looked like the New Knoxville Rangers basketball team was going to cruise to an easy victory against the Botkins Trojans, but it turned out to be anything but an easy game as the Rangers had to hold on and hit free throws down the stretch for a 49-42 victory at Botkins.
ST. MARYS — The New Bremen Cardinals have reached the halfway point of the season a team to be reckoned with.
The Cardinals shook off a slow start to win their fourth straight game and move to 8-2 on the season with a 50-40 win at St. Marys to wrap up a double weekend of road wins.
ST. MARYS — Elida’s Dakota Mathias — as good as he is — needed some help from his friends as the Bulldogs missed wide open 3-pointer after 3-pointer in the second quarter and found themselves trailing an underdog St. Marys at the half.
The Elida standout got the needed aide in the second half as the Bulldogs pulled away from the upset-minded Roughriders 63-44 at The Horseshoe on Friday night.
Elida at St. Marys boys basketball photos
FORT RECOVERY — The New Bremen Cardinals scored the game’s first 10 points against Fort Recovery — all 10 of them coming from Carson Manger.
The Cardinals needed every one of those as they had to fend off a big comeback and then outlast the Indians in overtime, 65-61, in a key Midwest Athletic Conference game on Friday night.
ST. HENRY 50, NEW KNOXVILLE 46
NEW KNOXVILLE — Kyle Stahl scored a team-high 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead St. Henry to its first victory at The Barn in eight years with a 50-46 win on Friday night in Midwest Athletic Conference play.
The Redskins won at New Knoxville for the first time since 2005, overcoming New Knoxville senior Jake Allen’s 24-point, seven rebound game. Allen went 3-of-6 from 3-point range.
St. Henry at New Knoxville Boys Basketball Photos
ST. MARYS — Wapakoneta convincingly beat what Redskin head wrestling coach Jason Rostorfer called the best Western Buckeye League foe his team has faced this season, 49-27, on senior night at Memorial High School on Thursday night.
The Redskins scored four straight pins in the upper weight classes midway through the match to take control.
December 29th, 2012
NEW BREMEN – The New Bremen Cardinals matched Fort Loramie's physicality and used a big third quarter to defeat the Redskins, 74-62, on Saturday at New Bremen.
“It was a real physical game,” Cardinals head coach Adam Dougherty said. “I was real pleased with how physical we were."
Carson Manger led the Cardinals in scoring with 24 points, while Luke Schwieterman added 18 points, Ben Homan had 14 points and nine rebounds and Justin Heitkamp had 12 points and eight rebounds.
ST. MARYS — The New Knoxville Rangers entered their game at St. Marys giving up the second most points per game among Midwest Athletic Conference teams.
New Knoxville head coach Kort Fledderjohann thinks that could be changing if Friday night’s defensive effort was any indication.
The Rangers limited one of the area’s best scorers and held a team under 50 points for the second straight game in a 58-49 win over St. Marys at Memorial High School on Friday.