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Published: Sunday, 2/16/2014 - Updated: 5 months ago

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

Reid's 20 lead Anthony Wayne

Moschetti powers Perrysburg; Coil gives spark to Green Bears

BLADE STAFF

Anthony Wayne 71, Whitmer 58

Jake Reid scored 20 to pace Anthony Wayne (11-7) to a road win Saturday night in boys basketball.

Matt Fox and Jamar Allen each added 13, while Collin Conrad had 10 for the Generals (11-7).

Whitmer (8-12) had 16 points from Sam Hickey. Montrece Collins scored 11 and Jon Ashe had 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Perrysburg 56, Ottawa-Glandorf 53

Nick Moschetti’s 28 points powered the Yellow Jackets to victory at home.

Noah Bramlage’s 21 points paced Ottawa-Glandorf (12-9).

Emmanuel Christian 53, First Baptist Christian 31

Adam Regnier, Damon Jackson, and Phillip Parmelee each scored nine points to lead Emmanuel Christian.

Matt Plog led First Baptist with 10 points.

Delta 70, Evergreen 43

METAMORA — Ethan Edwards poured in 20 points to lead the Panthers. Bailey Monroe added 12 points for Delta (8-11).

Logan Pinkelman scored 16 to lead Evergreen (11-7), and Kyle Brighton scored 11.

Port Clinton 72, Fostoria 52

FOSTORIA — Nathan Stubblefield scored 23 points to lead the Redskins.

Carter Rumball added 12 points for Port Clinton, while Stefan Daniels and Tytan Rumball provided 10 each.

Kagen Brown’s 11 points paced Fostoria.

Woodmore 50, Hopewell-Loudon 43

ELMORE — Erich Greulich scored 14 points, and Grant Weis added 11 to lead the Wildcats (5-16).

Ryan Lommerse had a 19 points, while Garret Sendelmach put in 16 for Hopewell-Loudon (12-9).

Maumee Valley 56, Edon 38

Marcus Knabbs scored 15 points as Maumee Valley cruised.

Thad Woodard added 11 for the Hawks (14-6), and Rashad Woodley had 10.

Kaden Sapp paced Edon (7-12) with 12 and Jacob Brown scored 11.

Ottawa Hills 49, Swanton 26

R.J. Coil poured in a game-high 21 points to lead the Green Bears to victory over the Bulldogs.

Geoff Beans chipped in 13 points for Ottawa Hills.

Robbie Gilsdorf paced Swanton with 12 points.

Liberty-Benton 88, Patrick Henry 31

John Darnall poured in a game-high 21 points to lead the Eagles to a win over the Patriots.

Nathan Craft added 17 points and Ryan Geise finished with 12 for Liberty-Benton.



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