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NEW BREMEN 64, FORT RECOVERY 55
COLDWATER — The New Bremen Cardinals survived a rough second quarter and made their free throws down the stretch to advance in the Division IV sectional tournament with a 64-55 victory over the Fort Recovery Indians at Coldwater. The Cardinals (13-8) will advance to the sectional championship on Friday at 8:00 against the Ada Bulldogs. Carson Manger led the Cardinals with 21 points and nine rebounds and Nolan Fox had 14 points.


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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

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.

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.

MAC has three at state championship games

December 4, 2014

As the Midwest Athletic Conference tries to add three more state football titles to its respective trophy cases this weekend, here’s a look at their staggering accomplishments:

GOETTEMOELLER AND WILKER

Game at Horseshoe adds excitement for MAC teams

December 4, 2014

For all the pressure that comes with playoff football, Minster head coach Geron Stokes said his team has embraced the atmosphere. Now they’ll get to soak it in one more week in the famed Horseshoe.

“We’re just flying around and having fun,” Stokes said.

While Minster’s opponent Kirtland is making its fourth straight appearance in the state championship game, the move in venue to Ohio Stadium adds to the excitement of Friday’s Division VI state championship game.

Minster faces the stacked-I of Kirtland

December 4, 2014

The Kirtland Hornets aren’t into tricks, gimmicks or complication. Two tight ends, a pair of fullbacks, a running back dotting the I-formation and the crunching of shoulder pads.

“Our motto is we’re going to do what we do,” Kirtland head coach Tiger LaVerde said on Monday. “We always say we’re going to learn these five plays and run them better than anybody in the state.”

Those five plays have been enough to make the Hornets into one of Ohio’s best programs.

Minster headed to D6 State Title Game

November 29, 2014

WAPAKONETA —It was only fitting that the game ended with a kick after the major role special teams played in Friday night’s state semifinal contest.

Minster watched, pleaded, prayed as Tinora kicker Josh Camp’s 27-yard field goal attempt in the final seconds of Friday night’s Division VI state semifinal football game drifted wide left. The miss assured the Wildcats of a 14-13 win over previously-unbeaten Tinora and locked in a berth in the state championship game next Friday at the Horseshoe.

Friday's State Semifinal Football Scores

November 29, 2014

PREP FOOTBALL
State Semifinal
Division II

Cin. La Salle 48, Lewis Center Olentangy 13

Macedonia Nordonia 52, Mayfield 14

Division III

Athens 34, Akr. SVSM 31

Tol. Cent. Cath. 17, Trotwood-Madison 14

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