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Published: Friday, 2/23/2007

Elmwood gets by Eastwood

BLOOMDALE - Dustin Reynolds had 13 points and nine rebounds to pace Elmwood to a 50-46 basketball victory over Eastwood last night.

Cory Stewart also scored 13 points and Ryan Rothenbuhler had 11 for the Royals.

Chad Fairbanks led Eastwood with 13 points and 10 boards.

WOODMORE 52, LAKE 45

ELMORE - Corey Witker scored 13 points, Aaron Haar added 12 and Austin Dean had 11 for Woodmore. Adam Ashman led Lake with 13.

EVERGREEN 62,

BLISSFIELD 42

METAMORA - Balance paid off for Evergreen (13-6) as Corey Truckor scored 14, Nick Weissenberger 12, Andrew Pinkelman 11 and Chad Mossing 10.

Colby Lievens led Blissfield with 12.

The Vikings hit seven 3-pointers to none for the Royals.

PATRICK HENRY 59,

VAN BUREN 47

VAN BUREN - Patrick Henry hit 16 of 23 free throws to Van Buren's 4 of 7.

Jared Badenhop led the Patriots with 16 points and seven rebounds, Zach Botjer added 15 points and Kyle Brubaker had 12.

Matt Phillips had 19 points and seven boards for Van Buren.

ARCHBOLD 63,

EDGERTON 33

EDGERTON - Gene Goering scored 21 points, Josh Wyse added 16 points and the Streaks pulled away with a 38-18 advantage after halftime.

AYERSVILLE 76,

LIBERTY CENTER 28

AYERSVILLE - Austin Fritz scored 12 points, Jason Nicely had 11 and Ayersville (16-2) romped. Jordan Burdue led Liberty Center (2-18) with 17.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 58,

ARCADIA 48

ASSOCIATED PRESS

ARCADIA - Tyler Brown poured in 34 points to pace Hopewell-Loudon. A.J. Holman led Arcadia with 17.

This band of pirates has been together for a long time.

Sandusky Perkins won a school-record 19th straight game with a 70-47 win over Clyde.

One of the big reasons was familiarity.

Seniors Kyle Hallock, Devin Matthews, John Schaefer, Danny Doster, Justin Caudill, Drew Sullivan, Josh Lowe and Alex Wasylik played on the same eighth grade team at Meadowlawn Middle School. That year, they were 18-0 and won the Sandusky Bay Conference title.

This year, the Pirates (19-0, 13-0) led the way to the school's seventh SBC championship at the school.



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