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Friday's Boys Basketball Round-Up

December 13, 2014

WAYNESFIELD — New Knoxville’s Jalen Fullenkamp scored 29 points while Andrew Arnett  and Nick Topp each added 15 points in the Rangers’ 92-56 runaway victory on Friday night.

New Knoxville scored 20 or more points in all four quarters and had four in double-figures as Adam Howe scored 11 points.

New Knoxville moves to 1-1 on the season. New Knoxville hadn’t reached the 90-point plateau since a 90-61 win over Pandora-Gilboa back in 2010.

The Rangers host Anna on Saturday night at 6:30 p.m.

Friday's Boys Basketball Scoreboard

December 13, 2014

Friday, Dec. 12
Boys Basketball
WBL

Celina 73, Bowsher 48
Defiance 57, Paulding 28
Spencerville 68, Elida 52
Shawnee 66, Allen East 48
St. Henry 55, St. Marys 39
Van Wert 56, Ottoville 45
Piqua 66, Wapakoneta 58

MAC
Versailles 56, New Bremen 50
St. Henry 55, St. Marys 39
Del. St. John’s 56, Crestview 49
Del. Jefferson 51. Fort Recovery 44
New Knoxville 92, Way.-Goshen 56

NWC

Rangers meet drive goal

December 12, 2014

NEW KNOXVILLE — New Knoxville sophomore Olivia Rollins didn’t hesitate when asked why she chose to donate blood for the first time.

“I thought it was probably a good thing to do,” Rollins said. “(I’m) just trying to help out.”

Friday Boys Basketball Schedule

December 12, 2014

Friday, Dec. 12

Boys Basketball

Western Buckeye League
Piqua at Wapak
St. Marys at St. Henry
Toledo Bowsher at Celina
Defiance at Paulding
Elida at Spencerville
Kenton at Coldwater
Allen East at Shawnee
Van Wert at Ottoville
 

Thursday Girls Basketball Round-Up

December 12, 2014

NEW KNOXVILLE — It was a frustrating night for two of New Knoxville’s top scorers heading into the fourth quarter.

New Knoxville sophomore point guard Kenzie Schroer had only five points going into the fourth quarter of Thursday evening’s game against the Minster Wildcats. Meg Reineke missed some shots in the lane against Minster’s tough defense.

St. Marys man faces involuntary manslaughter, aggravated arson charge

December 12, 2014

ST. MARYS — A St. Marys man will face felony charges of aggravated arson and involuntary manslaughter after police say a community tip led to his questioning and arrest in connection with a duplex fire Sunday in Sidney that killed one man and transported 12 others to the hospital.

Survivors of the fire and family attended the press conference Thursday as police announced the details of the arrest of Derek Eilerman by Sidney Police.

December 11th

St. Marys Schools win cash for technology

December 11, 2014

ST. MARYS—When St. Marys Intermediate School Principal Lisa Elson walked into her school’s gym in front of hundreds of students and staff members, she couldn’t take the smile off of her face.

That’s because she was about to announce that St. Marys Intermediate School was the grand prize winner of the Compass Learning Classroom Refresh contest, a national contest that had at least 120 entrants.

St. Marys man arrested in arson case

December 11, 2014

ST. MARYS — A St. Marys man has been arrested in connection with a fatal house fire which occurred in Sidney shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday, where arriving firefighters found a large two-story duplex home with heavy flames and smoke showing from the first and second floors.

December 8th

SMPD investigates pharmacy theft

December 8, 2014

ST. MARYS — Local Schwieterman's Pharmacy on Spring Street was broken into around midnight Sunday night and officers are seeking help to apprehend the perpetrators.

According to a press release from Chief Mark Ernst, St. Marys Police Dept. officers responded to the burglary alarm at the buildings location at 1052 E. Spring St. within three minutes of the alarm to find unknown suspects had forced entry into the business, stole an undetermined amount of drugs and fled in that small window before officers arrived.

December 5th

Minster Stuns Kirtland 46-42 for D6 State Championship

December 6, 2014

COLUMBUS — Everything had to go perfectly for Minster in the game’s final two minutes in order to pull off the greatest escape of a playoff run full of them.

Everything did.

Going from despair to elation in a matter four minutes and 18 seconds, Minster football earned its first state title in a quarter century in dramatic fashion against the state’s top-ranked team on Friday night at Ohio Stadium.

 

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