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Published: Saturday, 2/10/2001

Area roundup: VanderSluis scores 30 points as Oak Harbor wins SBC title

SANDUSKY - Nathan VanderSluis scored 30 points as Oak Harbor defeated Perkins 69-49 last night, winning its second consecutive Sandusky Bay Conference title.

Trent Parman added 11 for the Rockets (14-2, 9-1).

Allen Schlessman had 14 and Mike Bixler 14 for Perkins (9-8, 8-5).

ST. JOSEPH 71, CALVERT 68

TIFFIN - Aaron Knight scored 30 points and Scott Rutkowski and Nick Geller each scored 10 for Fremont St. Joseph (11-5, 6-2 MAL).

Marc Baugher led Tiffin Calvert (9-8, 5-3) with 20 points, including five treys. Dan Snyder added 14 points and Andy Ritzler 13.

LIBERTY-BENTON 78, ARCADIA 30

FINDLAY - Brady Hoane scored 27 points and Blake Mealer added 21 as Liberty-Benton improved to 17-0.

PANDORA-GILBOA 69, LEIPSIC 30

PANDORA - Dave Benson scored 13 and Michael Gill added 12 for Pandora-Gilboa.

CORY-RAWSON 60, VANLUE 59

VANLUE - Bryce Beilharz scored 19 for Cory-Rawson.

Jay Yeater scored 23 to pace Vanlue.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 80, WAPAKONETA 52

OTTAWA - Kyle Leatherman and Chris Kuhlman each scored 16 for Ottawa-Glandorf

SANDUSKY ST. MARY 79, MARGARETTA 59

SANDUSKY - Patrick Phillips scored 22, Gary Lawrence 19 and Derrick Mathews 15 for Sandusky St. Mary.

Kevin VanNess had 21 for Margaretta.

DEFIANCE 61, ST. MARYS 43

ST. MARYS - Josh Kipp scored 29, Brock Dodrill had 14, B.J. Esarey 11 and Defiance outscored St. Marys 22-8 in the fourth quarter.

STRYKER 63, PETTISVILLE 54

STRYKER - Craig DeGroff scored 22 points and Zach Haye added 15 for Stryker.

A.J. Genter led Pettisville with 12.

FAIRVIEW 76, ANTWERP 52

SHERWOOD - Brock Bergman had 18 and Ryan Johns 15 for Fairview.

McCOMB 60, ARLINGTON 42

McCOMB - Eric Tracy had 21 and Rusty Aldrich 19 for McComb.

HILLTOP 49, NORTH CENTRAL 47

PIONEER - Mark Gable, a 6-8 senior, scored 29 for Hilltop. Jason Beals led North Central with 17.

AYERSVILLE 59, HICKSVILLE 50

AYERSVILLE - Kirk McKibben scored 22 for Ayersville. Justin Michels and Tyler Turnbull each had 13 for Hicksville.

PORT CLINTON 71, CLYDE 54

CLYDE - Geoff Dartt scored 20, Drew Engler had 14, Ryan Heise 13 and Mitch McLean 10 for Port Clinton.

Bryan Leber led Clyde with 18 points.

EDGERTON 61, HOLGATE 47

EDGERTON - Derek Sito scored 27 points and Heath Baker added 12 for Edgerton.

Charlie Kelly led Holgate with 21 and Tim Kelly added 10.

HURON 62, EDISON 47

HURON - Eric Johnson led Huron with 19 and Tony Eichelberger had 10.

Tom Moyer led Edison with 14.

EDON 68, FAYETTE 66

GORHAM - Mark Smith scored 18 points and Travis Arkwright added 14 as the Bombers snapped a nine-game losing streak.

WAYNE TRACE 76, TINORA 52

Chris Shepherd scored 17 for Wayne Trace.

Jared Bailey had 21 points and 14 rebounds for Tinora.

DUNDEE 47, ERIE MASON 46

DUNDEE - Dan Fugate led Dundee with 17 points.

Nate Cole scored 24 and Shawn Bussell had 16, but the rest of the Eagles scored only six points.

WHITEFORD 87, BRITTON-MACON 84

BRITTON - Andy Gittus scored 24 and Joe Gust and Nate Gust each scored 20 as Whiteford won in double overtime.

Joe Gust forced overtime by hitting a 3-pointer and then hit 6 of 10 foul shots in the extra sessions.

Koray Giegler scored 25, including seven treys, Joe Musielewicz had 19 and Jon Survoss 18 for B-D.

DEERFIELD 68, WHITMORE LAKE 52

DEERFIELD - Bobby Plumer scored 16 points, including 12-of-12 shooting at the foul line where Deerfield went 30 for 39.

Jason Holubik added 15 points and Nick Langmayer had 12.

SMCC 43, RIVERVIEW 36

RIVERVIEW - Erik Lehmann led Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (14-2) with 11 points.

FLAT ROCK 48, JEFFERSON 39

MONROE - Mike Nutter had 12 for Flat Rock and Kyle Cardinal had 13 for Monroe Jefferson.

HUDSON 53, IDA 49

HUDSON - Loren Seldpausch had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Hudson.

Josh Reasoner scored 18 for Ida.

WAYNE 75, MONROE 54

MONROE - Gary Johnson led Wayne with 22 points. Jake Loop had 15 for Monroe.



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