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February 18th, 2015
MARION LOCAL 67, NEW BREMEN 58
NEW BREMEN — Division IV’s eighth-ranked Flyers built a 22-point lead while swatting a dozen New Bremen shot attempts and then staved off a spirited Cardinal rally in the fourth quarter to earn a 67-58 win in Midwest Athletic Conference play. New Bremen senior Manger scored a game-high 24 points
Marion Local's Luke Knapke had a double-double with 16 points double-digit rebounds. Ryan Bruns added 13 points and Cole Griesdorn had 12 points.
WAPAKONETA 65, ST. MARYS 35
St. Marys' Shania Taylor finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds but left with an injury. Carly Buzzard had 12 points for Wapakoenta.
FORT RECOVERY 53, NEW KNOXVILLE 40
The loss drops New Knoxville from atop the MAC standings with one game to go. Three players for Fort Recovery scored in double figures. Siefring led the Indians with 14 points and Jocelyn Kaiser and Grace Thien each scored 11 points. Meg Reineke led New Knoxville with 12 points and Kenzie Schroer had 10 points.
MINSTER — Minster girls basketball coach Nann Stechschulte the 500-win milestone on Thursday night in Minster’s 54-42 victory over Coldwater.
Stechschulte improved her coaching mark to 500-239. She is 416-186 in 26 seasons at Minster. She went 84-53 with a state appearance at Oak Hills High School before taking the job at Minster.
Stechschulte is just one of 19 girls basketball coaches in Ohio to reach the 500-win plateau.
Tuesday, Feb. 10
Bath at Marion Local
Celina at Crestview
Elida at Parkway
Kenton at River Valley
Bryan at Van Wert
Coldwater at Wapakoneta
Spencerville at New Bremen
New Knoxville at Houston
How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the Associated Press polls, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):
Lima Central Catholic 68, St. Marys 43
Sophomore forward Madison Stolly scored 27 points and Lima Central Catholic scored 26 points in the third quarter. Sydney Cisco led the Roughriders (9-11) with nine points. Shania Taylor scored eight points. Lindi Cisco and Quincy Rable each had seven points.
Sat., April 25
Allen East at Bath
Fort Loramie Invitational
Track and Field
WAPAKONETA — The St. Marys boys and girls track teams...
St. Marys at Bath
Wapakoneta at Celina
O-G at Defiance
Elida at Van...