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Prep Schedule & Updates: 12-10-13

There is a little bit of everything on the local sports schedule tonight and we’ll have the latest on all of the action for your tonight here at The Courier.
There are four boys basketball games on the schedule tonight. The biggest game will take place in Fremont as Findlay High School and Fremont Ross square off in the Purple Pit in a battle of Three Rivers Athletic Conference unbeaten. Courier writer Dave Hanneman will cover the game which will be broadcast online at 1330 AM WFIN and streamed live on WFIN.com.
Our sister paper, the Review Times will have coverage of tonight’s game between Fostoria and Mohawk.
Ten girls basketball games are slated around the area as Elmwood-Fostoria and Upper Sandusky-Riverdale highlight tonight’s schedule.
There is also prep wrestling, swimming and bowling as well.
For scores and updates after the games check out The Courier’s sports weblog, The Blanchard River Buzz or follow us on Twitter @Courier_Sports.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Results
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Findlay 56, Fremont Ross 44
Tol. Cent. Catholic 70, Lima Senior 61
Toledo St. Francis 52, Oregon Clay 47
Toledo St. John’s 83, Toledo Whitmer 30
Midland Athletic League
Lakota 105, Bettsville 24
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Cardinal Stritch 65, Gibsonburg 62
Ottawa Hills 67, Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 30
Toledo Christian 55, Danbury 44
Other NW Ohio Games
Ashland Senior 59, Sandusky Senior 42
Carey 68, Upper Scioto Valley 57
Dublin Scioto 66, Marion Harding 65
Fostoria Senior 68, Mohawk 45
Galion Senior 66, Galion Northmor 46
Heritage Christian 67, Grand Lakes 57
Kalida 54, Pandora-Gilboa 35
Maumee Valley Country Day 67, Northwood 15
Mount Vernon 67, Clear Fork 45
Ontario 57, Wooster Senior 53
West Liberty-Salem 44, Riverside 40

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Results
Midland Athletic League
New Riegel 60, Lakota 23
Northern Buckeye Conference
Elmwood 54, Fostoria Senior 40
Genoa 57, Lake 43
Otsego 77, Eastwood 32
Woodmore 57, Rossford 39
North Central Conference
Buckeye Central 45, Colonel Crawford 36
Galion Senior 67, Crestline 35
Riverdale 56, Upper Sandusky 34
Wynford 52, Bucyrus 41
Northern Lakes League
Anthony Wayne 48, Sylvania Northview 39
Bowling Green 70, Springfield 54
Perrysburg 42, Napoleon 30
Sylvania Southview 52, Maumee 21
Other NW Ohio Games
Allen East 62, Wapakoneta 60
Ashland Crestview 66, Kidron Central Christian 38
Bellevue 64, Oak Harbor 42
Defiance 35, Tinora 34
Archbold 52, Ayersville 42
Columbus Grove 58, Patrick Henry 36
Delta 62, Hilltop 52
Edon at Montpelier
Fairbanks 59, Riverside 42
Fairview 57, Continental 56
Fayette 56, Edgerton 42
Hopewell-Loudon 58, Van Buren 55
Leipsic 49, Fort Jennings 45
Liberty-Benton 61, Lima Shawnee 45
Lima Bath 56, Anna 52
Lincolnview 67, Lima Perry 51
Mansfield St. Peter’s 50, Plymouth 23
Marion Local 55, Russia 37
North Baltimore 48, Hardin Northern 40
North Central 32, Antwerp 28
Norwalk St. Paul 40, Sandusky Perkins 36
Old Fort 65, Vanlue 30
Port Clinton 45, Norwalk Senior 44
South Central 76, Lucas 42
Stryker 60, Hicksville 18
Van Wert 63, Spencerville 50
Versailles 39, Celina 18
Wayne Trace 48, Paulding 37
Willard 67, Milan Edison 47
Montpelier 45, Edon 40
Loudonville 45, Norwayne 38
Marysville 65, Kenton 59
Monroeville 47, Fremont St. Joseph 37
Sidney Lehman at Dayton Stivers
Tiffin Calvert 61, Sandusky St. Mary’s 38

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

NORTH BALTIMORE 48
HARDIN NORTHERN 40
NORTH BALTIMORE — Kiah Powell scored 20 points and North Baltimore outscored Hardin Northern 18-2 in the second quarter Tuesday night en route to a 48-40 nonconference girls basketball victory over the Polar Bears.
The Polar Bears (1-6) led 9-4 after one period before the Tigers (2-4) used their second-quarter blitz to grab the momentum.
Olivia Frost had nine rebounds and Powell seven to lead North Baltimore with Lacey Trumbull and Reagen Fleckner each recording three steals. Trumbull also had four steals.
Hardin Northern got 16 points from Kylee Hooker with Holly Wilson addign 10.

hardin northern (1-6)
Campbell 0-0—0, Curtis 0-0—0, S. Schlatter 0-0—0, M. Wilson 2-2—6, Watts 4-0—8, Madison 0-0—0, Roth 0-0—0, H. Wilson 4-1—10, Cook 0-0—0, K. Schlatter 0-0—0, Hooker 6-2—16. TOTALS: 16-54 5-14—40.
north baltimore (2-4)
Davis 1-0—2, Schloemp 3-2—8, Fleckner 0-4—4, Grilliot 0-0—0, Trumbull 1-0—2, Powell 8-4—20, Ray 0-0—0, Frost 3-0–6, Peters 2-0—4, Boyer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-46 0-4—48.
Hardin Northern 9 2 15 14 — 40
North Baltimore 4 18 8 18 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 3-7 (Hooker 2, H. Wilson); North Baltimore 0-4.
rebounds: North Baltimore 28 (Frost 9, Powell 7).
turnovers: Hardin Northern 17, North Baltimore 26.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 27-19.

RIVERDALE 56
UPPER SANDUSKY 34
UPPER SANDUSKY — Riverdale got double-figure scoring from Sydney Holderman and Jordyn Wright and the Falcons blitzed Upper Sandusky in the middle two quarters Tuesday night en route to a 56-34 North Central Conference girls basketball victory.
Riverdale, which improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in NCC play, hit 9 of 20 shots from 3-point range and took advantage of 22 Upper Sandusky turnovers. The Falcons outscored the Rams 19-8 and 21-10 in the second and third quarters, respectively.
Holderman finished with a game-high 19 points and Wright added 17. Bre Parish finished with seven rebounds and Wright had four steals and seven assists.
Taylor Graboski had a double-double for the Rams (2-3, 1-1), scoring 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Riverdale held a 34-22 rebounding margin and had just nine turnovers.

riverdale (4-1, 2-0 NCC)
Farrow 1-1—3, Holderman 7-0—19, Parish 3-0—6, J. Wright 6-2—17, Frey 3-0—7, Walter 2-0—4, Taylor 0-0—0. TOTALS: 22-57 3-8—56.
UPPER SANDUSKY (2-3, 1-1 NCC)
Holly 3-0—6, Smith 3-0—6, Johnson 1-0—2, Stover 1-1—4, Graboski 5-1—11, Calvin 1-1—5. TOTALS: 16-46 1-3—34.
Riverdale 14 19 21 2 — 56
Upper Sandusky 10 8 10 6 — 34
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 9-20; Upper Sandusky 1-3 (Stover).
rebounds: Riverdale 34 (Parish 7); Upper Sandusky 22 (Graboski 10).
turnovers: Riverdale 9, Upper Sandusky 22.
junior varsity: Riverdale, 69-19.

LIBERTY-BENTON 61
LIMA SHAWNEE 45
LIMA — Liberty-Benton’s inside-outside duo of Lauren Kotey and Rachel Myers nearly outscored Lima Shawnee themselves as the Eagles won 61-45 Tuesday in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Kotey had 23 points and 12 rebounds as L-B (4-1) dominated the glass 32-16. Myers added 19 points, seven assists and four steals.
Rachel Evans scored 13 points for Lima Shawnee (1-4).

Liberty-Benton (4-1)
Kotey 11-1—23, Myers 4-10—19, Lyon 1-1—3, Hiegel 2-1—5, DeVincentis 2-0—5, Reynolds 3-0—6. TOTALS: 23-48 13-18—61.
Lima Shawnee (1-4)
Magee 1-0—2, Dahlke 2-0–4, Magee 1-0—2, Quillen 1-0—2, Baird 2-3—9, Hughes 2-0—4, Evans 5-0—13, Marlowe 1-0—2, Herschler 3-1—7. TOTALS: 17-41 4-6—45.
Liberty-Benton 13 16 21 11 — 61
Lima Shawnee 13 4 12 16 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 2-14 (Myers, DeVincentis); Lima Shawnee 5-12 (Evans 3, Baird 2).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 32 (Kotey 12), Lima Shawnee 16.
turnovers: Liberty-Benton 9.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 51-34.

NEW RIEGEL 60
LAKOTA 23
NEW RIEGEL — Lauren Ladd scored all 16 of her points in the opening two periods Tuesday night and New Riegel forced Lakota into 39 turnovers in the Blue Jackets’ lopsided 60-23 Midland Athletic League girls basketball victory.
Unbeaten New Riegel (6-0, 2-0 MAL), behind Ladd, built a 39-10 halftime lead and got nine points from Kara Scherger in a 14-point third quarter as Lakota was held to single-digit scoring in each quarter.
The Blue Jackets drained 3 of 4 three-pointers as well.
Scherger finished with 16 points and Taylor Kirian had 11. Hailey Theis and Ladd each grabbed eight rebounds, Kirian, Scherger and Leah Bouillon recorded four steals apiece and Morgan Noftz had four assists.
Morgan Gangwer’s seven points led Lakota (1-5, 0-2).
Katie Park had six points with Destiny Long-Meyer grabbing a team-best eight rebounds to lead the Raiders.

LAKOTA (1-5, 0-2 MAL)
Reese 1-0—2, Mowry 1-0—2, B. Long-Meyer 1-0—2, Park 2-2—6, Alloway 1-0—2, D. Long-Meyer 1-0—2, Gangwer 3-0—7. TOTALS: 10-35 2-4—23.
new riegel (6-0, 2-0 mal)
Bouillon 1-1—3, Zoeller 1-0—3, Arbogast 2-1—5, Kirian 5-1—11, Scherger 7-1—16, Ladd 8-0—16, Theis 1-0—3, Noftz 1-0—2, Reinhart 0-1—1. TOTALS: 26-67 5-12—60.
Old Fort 3 7 6 7 — 23
New Riegel 18 21 14 7 — 60
3-Point GOALS: Lakota 1-7 (Gangwer); New Riegel 3-4 (Zoeller, Scherger, Theis).
rebounds: Lakota 25 (D. Long-Meyer 8); New Riegel 35 (Theis & Ladd 8).
turnovers: Lakota 39, New Riegel 20.
junior varsity: New Riegel, 47-5.

OLD FORT 65
VANLUE 30
OLD FORT — Vanlue struggled on the offensive end and Old Fort made it pay Tuesday night as the Stockaders stayed unbeaten with a 65-30 nonconference girls basketball win over the Wildcats.
Haley Bonham scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for a double-double, but it wasn’t nearly enough as Vanlue (1-4) was just 13 of 42 from the field and only 4 of 20 from the foul line.
Samantha Miller netted 15 points and Shelby Bilger and Samantha Hartsel both popped in 10 points for Old Fort (6-0).

VANLUE (1-4)
C. Gerschutz 1-0—2, H. Gerschutz 0-1–1, Clymer 1-0-2, Bonham 7-3—17, Kromer 4-0—8. TOTALS: 13-42 4-20—30.
OLD FORT (6-0)
Adelsperger 2-3—7, S. Miller 6-1—15, Bilger 5-0—10, Ward 2-0—4, P. Miller 3-0—7, Hartsel 5-0-10, Bell 2-4—8, Magers 2-0—4. TOTALS: 27 8-17—65.
Vanlue 8 13 5 4 — 30
Old Fort 16 20 12 17 — 65
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 0-3; Old Fort 3 (S. Miller 2, P. Miller).
rebounds: Vanlue 30 (Bonham 11).
turnovers: Vanlue 30.
junior varsity: Old Fort, 31-15.

COLUMBUS GROVE 58
PATRICK HENRY 36
COLUMBUS GROVE — Sammi Stechschulte led four Bulldogs in double figures with 16 points Tuesday as Columbus Grove downed Patrick Henry 58-36 in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Julia Wynn had a double-double for Grove (3-3) with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Sydney McCluer scored 11 points and Lynea Diller added 10.
Alyson Prigge and Bailey Brown led Patrick Henry (0-6) with nine points each.

patrick henry (0-6)
Bostelman 3-2—8, Nye 1-0—2, Brown 2-4—9, Wagner 1-1—4, Prigge 3-0—9, Rosebrook 2-0—4. TOTALS: 12-58 7-13—36.
Columbus Grove (3-3)
McCluer 4-0—11, Clement 2-0—5, Stechschulte 6-3—16, Schumacher 0-0—0, Wynn 5-0—10, Yinger 2-0—4, Diller 5-0—10, Wurth 1-0—2. TOTALS: 25-50 3-6—58.
Patrick Henry 10 10 10 6 — 36
Columbus Grove 8 16 20 14 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 5-16 (Prigge 3, Wagner, Brown); Columbus Grove 5-12 (McCluer 3, Clement, Stechschulte).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 21, Columbus Grove 34 (Wynn 10).
turnovers: Patrick Henry 19, Columbus Grove 10.
junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 46-33.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 58
VAN BUREN 55
BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon trailed 44-37 after three quarters Tuesday, and came roaring back to defeat Van Buren 58-55 in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Brook Arbogast led the Chieftains (2-2) with 25 points and 12 rebounds. Courtney Burns added 13 points and Aleta Daniel 10.
Nichole Miller had 21 points for Van Buren (1-3). Paige Sudlow added 14 points and six rebounds.

van bUren (1-3)
Wise 2-1—5, Miller 8-5—21, Wymer 1-0—2, Lasley 1-1—4, Hassan 2-3—9, Sudlow 6-2—14. TOTALS: 20-53 12-22—55.
Hopewell-Loudon (2-2)
Burns 5-2—13, Daniel 5-0—10, Leiter 3-0—6, Arbogast 10-5—25, Brickner 1-2—4. TOTALS: 24-49 9-17—58.
Van Buren 19 10 15 11 — 55
Hopewell-Loudon 13 9 15 21 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 3-13 (Hassan 2, Lasley); Hopewell-Loudon 1-5 (Burns).
rebounds: Van Buren 18 (Sudlow 6), Hopewell-Loudon 32 (Arbogast 12).
turnovers: Van Buren 26, Hopewell-Loudon 27.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 29-25.

FAIRVIEW 57
CONTINENTAL 56
SHERWOOD — A fourth-quarter rally fell just short and Continental’s girls basketball team suffered its first loss Tuesday 57-56 to Fairview.
The Pirates (4-1) trailed Fairview 44-39 after three quarter and came up one point short.
Paige Kindilien had 21 points and 11 rebounds for Continental, Erica Fitzwater scored 13 points and Paige Ordway had 12.
Sara Carder scored 21 points for Fairview (2-3).

junior varsity: Fairview, 27-19.

LEIPSIC 49
FORT JENNINGS 45
FORT JENNINGS — Leipsic defeated Fort Jennings 49-45 Tuesday in a Putnam County League girls basketball game.
No other information on the game was reported.
BOYS BASKETBALL
CAREY 68
USV 57
CAREY — Bryan Powers scored a game-high 28 points Tuesday as Carey raced past Upper Scioto Valley 68-57 in a nonconference boys basketball game.
Jared Wentling had a double-double for the Blue Devils (2-2) with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Carey shot 21 of 38 (55 percent) from inside the arc.
Austin Howard paced USV (1-1) with 16 points.

Upper Scioto Valley (1-1)
Stephens 1-0—2, Rostorfer 2-4–9, Howard 4-2—16, Hurley 1-0—3, Hunsicker 4-5—13, Evans 1-0—2, Prater 2-5—9, Parker 1-1—3. TOTALS: 18-53 15-22—57.
Carey (2-2)
Powers 7-13–28, LaRoche 1-1—3, L. Wentling 2-0—5, J. Wentling 8-3—19, Distel 0-3—3, Rymer 2-0—4, Griffin 3-0—6. TOTALS: 23-45 20-33—68.
Upper Scioto Valley 9 10 16 18 — 57
Carey 15 12 19 20 — 68
3-Point GOALS: Upper Scioto Valley 6-28 (Howard 4, Rostorfer, Hurley); Carey 2-7 (Powers, L. Wentling).
rebounds: Upper Scioto Valley 28, Carey 35 (J. Wentling 12).
turnovers: Upper Scioto Valley 13, Carey 18.
junior varsity: Carey, 48-35.

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 67
GRAND LAKE CHRIST. 57
Three players combined for 47 points Tuesday night as Heritage Christian shot down Grand Lake Christian School 67-57 in a nonconference boys basketball game.
The Minutemen (1-1) trailed 31-23 at halftime before outscoring Grand Lake 23-6 in the third period to take control.
Heritage converted 23 of 50 2-point field goals, had only seven turnovers and held a 44-36 rebounding margin.
Lewis Larsen logged a double-double for Heritage by scoring 14 points and grabbing a game-high 19 rebounds.
Dillon Berry had a team-leading 19 points with 10 rebounds. Andrew VanDenBerghe added 14 points and led Heritage with three steals and six assists.
Christopher Humbert paced Grand Lake (2-3) with 22 points. John Powell scored 20 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for a double-double and Nick Burckholter had 11 points to go along with 15 assists.

grand lake christian (2-3)
Steva 2-0—4, Burckholter 3-5—11, Humbert 11-0—22, Powell 8-4—20. TOTALS: 24-58 9-18—57.
heritage christian (1-1)
Berry 6-4—19, VanDenBerge 5-2–14, Larsen 7-0—14, M. Beal 3-0—6, W. Oestrich 4-0—8, Long 3-0—6. TOTALS: 28-68 6-11—67.
Grand Lake Christian 18 13 6 20 — 57
Heritage Christian 14 9 23 22 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Grand Lake Christian 0-4; Heritage Christian 5-18 (Berry 3, VanDenBerghe 2).
rebounds: Grand Lake Christian 36 (Powell 13); Heritage Christian 44 (Larsen 19, Berry 10).
turnovers: Grand Lake Christian 15, Heritage Christian 7.

KALIDA 54
PANDORA-GILBOA 35
PANDORA — Four players scored in double figures and Kalida outscored Pandora-Gilboa 21-7 in the third quarter Tuesday night to post a 54-35 boys basketball victory in the opening Putnam County League game for each team.
Kalida (3-1 overall, 1-0 PCL) led 23-19 at halftime before Adam Langhals and Kortokrax combined for 13 points to vault the Wildcats into a 44-26 advantage after three periods.
Langhals finished with 13 points, while Kortokrax had 12 and Randy Zeller and Joe Gerdeman added 10 each.
Pandora-Gilboa (1-2, 1-0) got 11 points each from Jared Tousley and Colin Fenstermaker. Tousley also had six rebounds.

kalida (3-0, 1-0 pcl)
A. Langhals 5-0—13, L. Langhals 2-0—4, Kortokrax 4-3—12, Zeller 4-2—10, Roebke 1-0—3, Miller 1-0—2, Gerdeman 4-2—10. TOTALS: 21 7-12—54.
pandora-gilboa (1-2, 0-1 pcl)
Rieman 1-0—2, Schmenk 1-1—3, Schneck 0-1—1, Hovest 2-0—5, Osborn 1-0—2, Tousley 5-0—11, Fenstermaker 5-1—11. TOTALS: 15-47 3-13—35.
Kalida 13 10 21 10 — 54
Pandora-Gilboa 9 10 7 9 — 35
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 5 (A. Langhals 3, Kortokrax, Roebke); Pandora-Gilboa 2-10 (Hovest & Tousley).
junior varsity: Kalida, 51-13.

PREP BOWLING: Fostoria, New Riegel beat Tiffin Columbian
Breanna Butler recorded a two-game 336 series Tuesday as Fostoria High School’s girls claimed a 2-1 win over Tiffin Columbian.
Lakota beat Columbian 3-0 and New Riegel was a 2-1 winner over Columbian.
In boys matches, Columbian posted 3-0 win over Fostoria, New Riegel and Lakota.
Butler’s series for FHS included games of 176 and 160. Shelby Lamb was next at 294 (138-156), followed by Paige Nelson at 289 (130-159), Alex Hersch at 278 (133-145) and Yesenia Ramirez at 234 (114-120).
Alison Strausbaugh paced Lakota with a 387 series (217-172). Following were Alaina Bickford (162-161—323), Laura Reiter (118-134—252), Aubrey Bickford (139-105—244) and Raven Graham (97-68—165).
Mikayla Theis’ 336 series (170-166) led New Riegel. Amanda Weinandy was next at 309 (140-169), followed by Kierra Morton (150-151—301), ShaiAnn Morton (163-104—267) and Ruthann Schreiner (133-105—238).
Austin Craddolph led Fostoria’s boys with a 349 series (158-191), followed by Brandon Connin (187-124—311), Trey Yates (159-126—285), Dalton Cook (127-136—263) and Michael Collins (111-96—207).
Jarrett Mullholand paced New Riegel with a 325 series that included games of 178 and 147. Aaron Reinhart was next at 301 (144-157), followed by Mitchell Bumb (158-124—282), Jared Coleman (143-121—264) and Aaron Schalk (106-131—237).
Jacob Stewart’s 294 series (151-143) led Lakota, followed by Nathan Bowen (103-161—264), Cody Steiner (127-105—232), Jalan Batey (109-117—226) and Corey Damschroder (73-102—175).

Prep Wrestling
ST. MARYS 59, OTTAWA-GLANDORF 21
106 — Palomo (O-G) won by forfeit.
113 — Hower (SM) tech. fall Balbaugh, 21-4.
120 — Nedderman (SM) pinned Basinger, 1:09.
126 — Quellhorst (SM) pinned Brown, 1:28.
132 — Reier (SM) won by forfeit
138 — Hensley (SM) pinned Williams, 1:27.
145 — Zhmack (SM) won by forfeit
152 — J. Vogel (SM) pinned Recker, 3:39.
160 — Heitkamp (SM) pinned Santiago, 1:45.
170 — Je. Gibson (O-G) pinned A. Vogel, 4:51.
182 — Lemmerman (SM) pinned Meyer, 1:16.
195 — Ebbeskotte (O-G) dec. Cramer, 5-4.
220 — Kerns (SM) pinned Rieman, :45.
285 — J. Gibson (O-G) pinned Carlon, :51.
ELMWOOD 35, EASTWOOD 25
106 — Bierly (East) pinned Shoemaker, 4:23.
113 — Double forfeit.
120 — Fry (East) won by forfeit,
126 — Brown (East) dec. Adamski, 10-8.
132 — Burket (East) dec. Benschoter, 11-6.
138 — Dauterman (Elm) tech. fall Drown, 16-0.
145 — Caris (East) dec. Hall, 8-1.
152 — Davidson (East) maj. dec. Grossman, 16-2.
160 — N. Baker (Elm) dec. Glaze, 6-4.
170 — Wise (Elm) pinned Meece, 1:29.
182 — L. Hagemyer (Elm) pinned Ernsthausen, 1:23.
195 — Isaacs (Elm) dec. Zientek, 10-8.
220 — Z. Baker (Elm) pinned Tudor, 1:53.
285 — J. Hagemyer (Elm) won by default.
ELMWOOD 52, LAKE 24
106 — Garcia (Lake) pinned Shoemaker, 1:37
113 — Keisker (Lake) won by forfeit.
120 — Haygood (Lake) won by forfeit.
126 — Church (Lake) dec. Adamski, 7-3.
132 — Benschoter (Elm) pinned Putman, :51.
138 — Dauterman (Elm) tech. fall Necalado, 16-1.
145 — Hall (Elm) pinned Floyd, :32.
152 — Grossman (Elm) pinned Regins, 2:53.
160 — Baker (Elm) tech. fall Taylor, 16-1.
170 — Wise (Elm) pinned Plummer, 3:20.
182 — L. Hagemeyer (Elm) pinned Cluckey, 1:28.
195 — Hall (Lake) dec. Isaacs, 6-5.
220 — Baker (Elm) pinned Pack, 1:43.
285 — J. Hagemeyer (Elm) won by forfeit.
WOODMORE 45, fOSTORIA 24
106 — Amstutz (W) won by forfeit
113 — Schnitker (W) maj. dec. Struble 10-2
120 — Ulinski (W) pinned Bilodya, :39
126 — Leonard (F) tech fall Cowell, 20-5
132 — Smith (F) pinned Brach, 3:59
138 — Brown (W) dec. Hossler, 4-1
145 — Valscher (W) maj. dec. Gooding, 15-4
152 — Green (F) maj. dec. Beachler, 16-4
160 — Rozzi (W) maj. dec. Galvan, 14-1
170 — Matheny (F) dec. Gaghen, 6-4
182 — Thompson (F) pinned Wilt, 3:27
195 — Linke (W) pinned Scott, 3:17
220 — Flores (W) won by forfeit
285 — Alvear (W) won by forfeit
GENOA 47, FOSTORIA 35
106 — Morrison won by forfeit
113 — Demilio (G) tech fall Struble, 18-3
120 — Widmer (G) def. Bilodya
126 — Leonard (F) pinned Neumann, 2:32
132 — Smith (F) tech fall Bates, 18-0
145 — Reeder (G) pinned Gooding, 1:00
152 — Green pinned Meng, 1:11
160 — Galvan (F) won by forfeit
170 — Matheny (F) pinned Roginski, 2:36
182 — Baird (G) pinned Thompson, 5:27
195 — Scott (F) pinned Stuck, 4:50
220 — Nino (G) won by forfeit
285 — Buckner (G) won by forfeit