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2/28 OHSAA Boys Basketball Sectionals

OHSAADivision III St. Marys Sectional Championship
St. Henry 51 Van Wert 37

Division IV Coldwater Sectional Championships
Spencerville 52 New Bremen 45
Marion Local 27 Fort Recovery 23

Division IV Van Wert Sectional Championship
Delphos St. John’s 52 Ottoville 41

By |2014-02-28T22:51:30-05:00February 28th, 2014|Basketball Boys, Delphos St. John's Blue Jays, Fort Recovery Indians, Marion Local Flyers, New Bremen Cardinals, Scores, St. Henry Redskins|Comments Off on 2/28 OHSAA Boys Basketball Sectionals

2/25 OHSAA Boys Basketball Sectionals

OHSAADivision III St. Marys Sectional Semifinal
Allen East 34 Parkway 33

Division III Bellbrook Sectional Championship
Versailles 50 Tri-County North 38

Division IV Coldwater Sectional Semifinals
Marion Local 58 Minster 51
New Bremen 49 New Knoxville 45

By |2014-02-26T00:24:01-05:00February 25th, 2014|Basketball Boys, Marion Local Flyers, Minster Wildcats, New Bremen Cardinals, New Knoxville Rangers, Parkway Panthers, Scores, Versailles Tigers|Comments Off on 2/25 OHSAA Boys Basketball Sectionals

2013-14 Midwest Athletic Conference Boys Basketball All-Conference Teams

boys_basketball_150MAC Player of the Year: Elijah Kahlig, Fort Recovery
MAC Coach of the Year: Kurt Goettemoeller, Marion Local

First Team
Elijah Kahlig – Fort Recovery – 6’2″ – Senior
Ryan Mikesell – St. Henry – 6’6″ – Junior
Damien Richard – Versailles – 6’4″ – Senior
Carson Manger – New Bremen – 6’3″ – Junior
Luke Knapke – Marion Local – 6’10” – Junior
Andrew Arnett – New Knoxville – 5’11” – Junior
Adam Bertke – Marion Local – 6’6″ – Senior
Andy Grothouse – Delphos St. John’s – 6’1″ – Junior
Brandon Wolters – Coldwater – 6’5″ – Senior
Ben Homan – New Bremen – 6’6″ – Senior
Ben Dilworth – Fort Recovery – 6’0″ – Senior
Ryan Koester – Delphos St. John’s – 6’2″ – Senior

Second Team
Ryan Bruns – Marion Local – 6’7″ – Junior
Jalen Fullenkamp – New Knoxville – 6’0″ – Junior
Brody Hoying – Coldwater – 5’10” – Junior
Brandon Hoying – Minster – 5’10” – Senior
Tyler Schwieterman – St. Henry – 5’11” – Senior
Brant Barna – Parkway – 6’5″ – Senior
Evan Phlipot – Versailles – 6’5″ – Senior
Mitch Stammen – St. Henry – 5’10” – Sophomore
Alex Kaiser – Fort Recovery – 6’1″ – Senior
Matthew Trushaw – Minster – 6’4″ – Junior
Dustin Rethman – Marion Local – 6’0′ – Junior
Eric Clark – Delphos St. John’s – 5’10” – Senior

Honorable Mention
Derek Thobe – Coldwater – 6’2″ – Junior
Kyle Schroer – Fort Recovery – 5’9” – Sophomore
Cole Griesdorn – Marion Local – 6’0” – Sophomore
Nolan Fox – New Bremen – 6’5″ – Junior
Brent Goettemoeller – New Bremen – 6’5” – Senior
Ryan Lageman – New Knoxville – 6’0″ – Senior
Tanner Bates – Parkway – 5’10” – Junior
Matt Heindel – Parkway – 6’1″ – Senior
Jason Jacobs – St. Henry – 6’2” – Senior
Evan Prenger – St. Henry – 6’0″ – Junior
Evan Hays – Delphos St. John’s – 5’10” – Junior
Tyler Conley – Delphos St. John’s – 6’5” – Junior
Ryan Knapke – Versailles – 6’5” – Senior

By |2014-02-24T21:21:16-05:00February 24th, 2014|Basketball Boys, Coldwater Cavaliers, Delphos St. John's Blue Jays, Fort Recovery Indians, MAC, Marion Local Flyers, Minster Wildcats, New Bremen Cardinals, New Knoxville Rangers, News, Parkway Panthers, Scores, St. Henry Redskins, Versailles Tigers|Comments Off on 2013-14 Midwest Athletic Conference Boys Basketball All-Conference Teams

2/22 OHSAA Girls Basketball Sectionals

OHSAADivision III Wapakoneta Sectional Championship
LCC 69 Parkway 39

Division IV Van Wert Sectional Championship
Crestview 45 Delphos St. John’s 29

Division IV Coldwater Sectional Championships
New Knoxville 47 Fort Recovery 32
Minster 52 Marion Local 51

By |2014-02-22T22:00:18-05:00February 22nd, 2014|Basketball Girls, Delphos St. John's Blue Jays, Fort Recovery Indians, Marion Local Flyers, Minster Wildcats, New Knoxville Rangers, Parkway Panthers, Scores|Comments Off on 2/22 OHSAA Girls Basketball Sectionals

2/22 OHSAA Wrestling Districts

OHSAADivision III District Tournament at Troy
6. Coldwater 69, 9. Versailles 63, 22. Delphos St. John’s 29
State Qualifiers:
(Four from each weight class will advance to the State Tournament at The Ohio State University)
113: 4. Jay Uhlenhake, Coldwater
126: 2. Matt Mangen, Versailles; 3. Spencer Seibert, Coldwater
170: 4. Wes Buettner, Delphos St. John’s
195: 2. Kyle Dieringer, Versailles
220: 3. Justin Post, Coldwater
Complete Results

By |2014-02-23T23:40:08-05:00February 22nd, 2014|Coldwater Cavaliers, Delphos St. John's Blue Jays, Scores, Versailles Tigers, Wrestling|Comments Off on 2/22 OHSAA Wrestling Districts

2/22 OHSAA Bowling Districts

OHSAABoys
Division II Lima District
1. Coldwater 4081, 8. St. Henry 3606
(Top 3 Teams and Individuals on non-qualifying team qualify for the State Tournament)
Team Results | Individual Results

Division II Beavercreek District
1. Versailles 4264
(Top 4 Teams and Individuals on non-qualifying team qualify for the State Tournament)
Team Results | Individual Results

Girls
Division II Lima District
1. Coldwater 3680, 8. Parkway 3008
(Top 4 Teams and Individuals on non-qualifying team qualify for the State Tournament)
Team Results | Individual Results

Division II Beavercreek District
5. Versailles 3764
(Top 4 Teams and Individuals on non-qualifying team qualify for the State Tournament)
Team Results | Individual Results

By |2014-03-02T23:11:52-05:00February 22nd, 2014|Bowling, Coldwater Cavaliers, Parkway Panthers, Scores, St. Henry Redskins, Versailles Tigers|Comments Off on 2/22 OHSAA Bowling Districts

2/21 MAC Boys Basketball Scores

boys_basketball_150St. Henry 50 Coldwater 32
Marion Local 74 Fort Recovery 59
Delphos St. John’s 50 Parkway 34
Minster 60 New Knoxville 49

2014 OHSAA State Swimming & Diving Meet

OHSAADivision II Swimming & Diving State Tournament at C.T. Branin Natatorium, Canton
Boys
10. Versailles 71, 34. Coldwater 14
Boys Swimming ResultsBoys Diving Results
1 mtr Diving: 5. Caleb Keck, Coldwater
50 Yard Freestyle: 23. Andrew Kramer, Versailles
100 Yard Butterfly: 1. Mitchell Stover, Versailles (State Champion)
200 Yard Freestyle Relay: 7. Versailles (Mitchell Stover/Michael Marshal/Cole Albers/Andrew Kramer)
100 Yard Backstroke: 6. Mitchell Stover, Versailles
400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 10. Versailles (Mitchell Stover/Michael Marshal/Cole Albers/Andrew Kramer)

Girls
13. Versailles 63, 43. Minster 3
Girls Swimming Results
200 Yard Medley Relay: 8. Versailles (Hannah Marshal/Amber Seibert/Ashlyn Cordonnier/Lexi Fliehman), 24. Minster (Kara Kitzmiller/Nikki Borgerding/Cassie Jutte/Julia Slonkosky)
200 Yard IM: 23. Nikki Borgerding, Minster
50 Yard Freestyle: 16. Lexi Fliehman, Versailles
200 Yard Freestyle Relay: 8. Versailles (Amber Seibert/Abbey Marshal/Ashlyn Cordonnier/Lexi Fliehman)
100 Yard Backstroke: 15. Hannah Marshal, Versailles
100 Yard Breaststroke: 11. Amber Seibert, Versailles; 14. Nikki Borgerding, Minster
400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 12. Versailles (Lexi Fliehman/Hannah Marshal/Ashlyn Cordonnier/Amber Seibert)

 

By |2014-02-23T20:53:33-05:00February 21st, 2014|Coldwater Cavaliers, Minster Wildcats, Scores, Swimming Boys, Swimming Girls, Versailles Tigers|Comments Off on 2014 OHSAA State Swimming & Diving Meet

MAC Boys Basketball Game of the Week – Fort Recovery at Marion Local

boys_basketball_150This week’s ‘Game of the Week’ will be considered the ‘Game of the Year’ in terms of impact on the final Midwest Athletic Conference standings.  The Fort Recovery Indians and Marion Local Flyers have both weathered tough conference slates all season long and after each suffering one loss in MAC play, everything will come to a head on Friday night in Maria Stein as the winner will be crowned as this season’s MAC champion on the boys’ side.  “Any time you have a chance to win an MAC championship, I would call that a good season,” Fort Recovery head coach Brian Patch explained.  “If you can win it when you have the chance the season becomes great, but unfortunately for us we lost to a very hot St Henry team and with it went the opportunity to win a share at our place in front of our crowd.  We still have a chance at winning it outright – now it’s just all or nothing.”

The Flyers enter Friday night’s battle at 16-4 overall and are riding a three-game wave following their setback to Spencerville on February 8.  The Flyers are led offensively by Luke Knapke, who averages a little more than 13 points and seven rebounds per game.  Adam Bertke has been grabbing 7.5 rebounds per contest, while also leading the team defensively with at least two steals each time he takes the floor.  “The obvious thing that stands out is Marion Local’s size,” Patch pointed out.  “When you can start 6-10, 6-7, 6-6, at the high school level and have Division I-type of athletes that is impressive.  Then you throw in the shooters they have on the floor, it becomes very difficult to guard.  We understand the task is a big one, but it is one that we have to accept and try to overcome the odds if we want to win a championship.”

The Indians look to not only capture the outright league title at Marion Local this weekend, but also look to get things heading back in the right direction after suffering setbacks in three of their last four games, including their first conference loss last weekend to St. Henry.  Elijah Kahlig continues to pace the Indians in the scoring department as he has all season with more than 21 points per game.  The senior standout is also one of the tops in the league in rebounding and leads the MAC with more than 45 three-pointers this season.  “Every coach’s first concern is finding a way to slow down Elijah Kahlig, plus they play so well together that we need to find a way to limit their easy baskets,” Marion Local head coach Kurt Goettemoeller pointed out.  “We will also have to handle full-court and half-court pressure well in order to come away with the win.”

A triumph for the Flyers will clinch their first outright conference title since 2001, while the Indians are looking to get back to the top of the league alone for the first time since 2011.  “We knew going into last week that we controlled our own destiny, but we were really focused on upcoming opponents Coldwater and Parkway,” Goettemoeller explained.  “An outright title would be a little sweeter, but we were just focused on controlling the things we could control.  The only major difference in Fort Recovery’s loss last week is that they missed some open looks they normally make. The game was much closer than the score indicated – St. Henry spread the floor on them, but that’s not what we’re suited for.  We have an opportunity to win a championship Friday and we will use everything in our arsenal to win the game.”

By Robb Hemmelgarn

By |2014-02-20T23:29:52-05:00February 20th, 2014|Basketball Boys, Fort Recovery Indians, MAC, Marion Local Flyers, Scores|Comments Off on MAC Boys Basketball Game of the Week – Fort Recovery at Marion Local

2/18 OHSAA Girls Basketball Sectionals

OHSAADivision III Tippecanoe Sectional Semifinal
Versailles 84 Preble Shawnee 34

Division IV Van Wert Sectional Semifinal
Delphos St. John’s 47 Lincolnview 36

Division IV Coldwater Sectional Semifinal
Fort Recovery 51 St. Henry 46

By |2014-02-18T23:51:01-05:00February 18th, 2014|Basketball Girls, Delphos St. John's Blue Jays, Fort Recovery Indians, Scores, St. Henry Redskins, Versailles Tigers|Comments Off on 2/18 OHSAA Girls Basketball Sectionals

2013-2014 Midwest Athletic Conference Girls Basketball All–Conference Teams

girls_basketball_150MAC Player of the Year: Haley Horstman, New Knoxville
MAC Coach of the Year: Jacki Stonebraker, Versailles

First Team
Haley Horstman – New Knoxville – 5’7″ – Senior
Brooke Winner – Marion Local – 5’10” – Senior
Tori Lennartz – Fort Recovery – 5’10” – Junior
Allie Thobe – Marion Local – 5’6″ – Junior
Christa Puthoff – Versailles – 6’2″ – Junior
Sarah Kanney – Coldwater – 5’7″ – Junior
Paige Lehman – New Knoxville – 5’10” – Senior
Kayla Richard – Minster – 5’6″ – Senior
Katie Heckman – Versailles – 6’0″ – Senior
Ally Mikesell – St. Henry – 5’8″ – Senior
Claire Fischer – Minster – 5’7″ – Senior
Logan Arnold – Minster – 5’8″ – Junior

Second Team
Cami Hellwarth – Parkway – 5’10” – Senior
Rosie Westerbeck – New Bremen – 5’8″ – Freshman
Meg Reineke – New Knoxville – 5’10” – Junior
Lauren Bruns – Versailles – 6’1″ – Junior
Sydney Fischbach – Delphos St. John’s – 5’11” – Sophomore
Sierra Fent – Parkway – 5’11” – Senior
Lauren Leugers – Coldwater – 5’9″ – Junior
Kara Jutte – Fort Recovery – 5’6″ – Junior
Brooke Pothast – Versailles – 5’7″ – Senior
Emily Mescher – Marion Local – 6’0″ – Sophomore
Cadence Jacobs – Marion Local – 5’11” – Junior
Taylor Koesters – St. Henry – 5’6″ – Senior
Emily Harman – Versailles – 5’8″ – Senior

Honorable Mention
Joelle Hemmelgarn – Coldwater – 5’7” – Senior
Denise Schwieterman – Coldwater – 6’2″ – Sophomore
Caley Schoenherr – Fort Recovery – 5’4” – Junior
Kendra Siefring – Fort Recovery – 6’1″ – Sophomore
Lexi Wilker – Marion Local – 5’4” – Junior
Alexis Wuebker – Minster – 5’8” – Junior
Debbie Paul – New Bremen – 5’8″ – Sophomore
Kalyn Schoer – New Knoxville – 5’4” – Junior
Raegen Bransteter – Parkway – 5’7″ – Senior
Olivia Stahl – St. Henry – 5’10” – Junior
Jessica Geise – Delphos St. John’s – 5’9″ – Freshman
Rachel Kremer – Versailles – 5’7” – Senior

By |2014-02-18T16:38:07-05:00February 17th, 2014|Basketball Girls, Coldwater Cavaliers, Delphos St. John's Blue Jays, Fort Recovery Indians, MAC, Marion Local Flyers, Minster Wildcats, New Bremen Cardinals, New Knoxville Rangers, Parkway Panthers, Scores, St. Henry Redskins, Versailles Tigers|Comments Off on 2013-2014 Midwest Athletic Conference Girls Basketball All–Conference Teams

2/15 Boys Basketball Scores

boys_basketball_150Coldwater 42 Wapakoneta 37
Greenville 54 Versailles 53
Bath 64 Delphos St. John’s 57
Shawnee 75 Fort Recovery 54
Marion Local 59 Russia 57
Minster 54 Troy 52
Crestview 69 New Knoxville 61
Parkway 58 Lincolnview 44
Spencerville 63 New Bremen 50