O-G downs Kalida
Sunday, December 22, 2013 3:47 AM
KALIDA - Ottawa-Glandorf bounced back from a disappointing loss Friday night to defeat Kalida 47-40 in non-league action.The Titans had a slim 23-22 lead on the Wildcats at halftime before taking a three point lead to the fourth quarter. In the final quarter, O-G held Kalida without a point for seven and a half minutes as they outscored Kalida 7-3 for the win.
Noah Bramlage had 14 points to lead O-G, while Matias Trampe-Kindt had 13 points. Alex Schroeder had 12 points for O-G as he scored five of the Titans seven points in the final eight minutes.
Devin Kortokrax had 16 points for the Wildcats.
Columbus Grove 61
Patrick Henry 38
COLUMBUS GROVE - Columbus Grove finished strong Saturday night to defeat Patrick Henry 61-38 in non-league action.
The Bulldogs had a 32-24 lead entering the fourth quarter before outscoring the Patriots 29-14 in the fourth quarter.
Will Vorhees led the Bulldogs (4-1) with 24 points and Jace Darbyshire had 20 points. Logan Diller had seven rebounds for Grove and Darbyshire had six steals.
Wayne Trace 54
Miller City 47
HAVILAND - Wayne Trace built a first half lead on their way to 54-47 non-league win over Miller City.
The Raiders grabbed a 15-7 first quarter lead and were up 30-16 at halftime with a 15-9 second quarter scoring run.
Ethan Linder had 16 points for the Raiders (2-0) and Corbin Linder had 15 points.
Adam Niese and Adam Drummelsmith both had 15 points for the Wildcats (4-2). Niese pulled down seven rebounds for Miller City and Drummelsmith had six rebounds.
Ft. Jennings 52
LIMA - Lima perry jumped out to a quick lead, then held off a Fort Jennings comeback for a 53-52 win.
The Commodores had a 23-11 lead after the opening quarter, but saw the Musketeers outscore them over the next three quarters for the win.
Connor Wallenhorst led the Musketeers with a game high 26 points and he had eight rebounds. Nick Von Sossan finished with 11 points.
LEIPSIC - Leipsic jumped out to an early lead in defeating Hopewell-Loudon Saturday night 62-51.
The Vikings grabbed a 25-11 first quarter lead and were up 37-21 at halftime.
Zach Kuhlman led the Vikings with a game high 27 points and gavin Cupp had 10 points. Neil Haselman had 10 points and six rebounds.
Ryan Lommerse had 14 points for Hopewell-Loudon.