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EDON • HILLTOP • STRYKER • MONTPELIER • PETTISVILLE • NORTH CENTRAL • FAYETTE • WAUSEON

“THE HOMETOWN”

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014

A WEEKLY SPORTS PUBLICATION COURTESY OF "THE VILLAGE REPORTER"

FAIRVIEW & MONTPELIER GO HEAD TO HEAD AT ANNUAL EVENT

HOLIDAY CLASSIC

TESTING ... Dylan Snyder of Montpelier tests the perimeter of the Fairview defense at the Hilltop Holiday Classic.

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Tribe Outlasts Liberty Center In Tough NWOAL Battle Indians Defense Struggles Early Tribe Falls To Defiance
THE HOMETOWN HUDDLE
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER By Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER WAUSEON 1/11/14—A hot shooting start for the Defiance Bulldogs would prove to be too much for the Wauseon Indian’s to overcome, as they would fall to the Defiance Bulldogs 47-39 in non conference action. Defiance would set the tone for their offense early on. The Bulldogs would score 15 points in the first quarter, all of which were off of three pointers as the Indian defense struggled to find a way to slow down the long range shooting of Defiance. The Tribe would do their part on the offensive end of the court in the first quarter, as four different players would score for Wauseon. As the first quarter came to and end, Defiance would hold a slim 15-14 lead. The Bulldogs three point shooting remained hot in the beginning of the second quarter, as they would nail another pair of three point shots early on in the quarter. However, unlike in the first quarter, the Tribe offense would be unable to keep pace in the second, as the Bulldog’s tough defense held the Indians to only four point in the second quarter. The halftime scoreboard read 27-18 in favor of Defiance. Wauseon was able to bounce back offensively in the third period, keeping pace with the Bulldogs, but the Indians were not able to cut in to the Defiance lead at all, as both teams would score ten points in the third, making in 37-28 with one quarter of action remaining. Things would get interesting in the final quarter. After being held to only eight points in the first three quarters, Noah Castle was able to score eight in the final quarter alone to help mount a comeback attempt for the Tribe. Wauseon’s defense would be able to pressure Defiance in to offensive mistakes. With just over three minutes remaining in the contest, the Indians were able to get within only two possessions of the Bulldogs, with Wauseon only trailing by five points. Just as the Indian’s started to get momentum, Defiance decided to slow the game down, and run some clock off, stifling any chance Wauseon had at a comeback, and the Bulldogs would go on to win 47-39. Castle scored 16 points on the night, setting the pace for the Tribe. Jacob Newlove helped the Indian cause with nine, Zac Robinson scored eight, and Corry Byers finished the evening with six. With the loss, Wauseon falls to 9-3 on the season, but remaining undefeated in the NWOAL at 3-0. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com WAUSEON 1/10/2014—On an important night in the NWOAL, Wauseon was able to fend off a late rally by the Tigers of Liberty Center. With their rival Archbold Bluestreaks losing their first league game of the season to the Swanton Bulldogs the same night, the Indians had a chance to take control of the NWOAL boys basketball standings, if they could get past the Tigers. After being behind by as many as 14 points in the third quarter, Liberty Center would come charging back, even taking a lead in the final minutes of the game. The Tribe was able to regain their composure, lead by a 30 point performance by senior Corry Byers, and grab a 5349 win, remaining undefeated in league play. Byers high scoring night started off in the opening quarter, hitting a three to spark the Indians early on. Liberty Center’s size gave the Tribe some trouble, as the Indian’s would only be leading 11-8 as the first quarter was coming to and end, that is until Kris Boysel was able to nab an offensive rebound with less than two seconds left on the clock, and put the ball in to the basket just as the buzzer sounder, giving Wauseon a 13-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter, it would again be Byers leading the way, scoring nine of the Indian’s 11 points in the period. Wauseon’s lead would remain at five going in to halftime, with the Indian’s leading 24-19. Wauseon started off the third quarter hot, jumping out to as large as a 14 point lead midway through the third

Varsity Boys Basketball

CONTINUATION OF BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL ACTION

Hilltop Cadets Host Out Of Conference Foe Hicksville Aces; Falls At Home
WEST UNITY: January 11, 2014 The Hilltop Cadets played host on Saturday January 11 to the Hicksville Aces, falling by the score of 55-38. For the Hilltop Cadets on the night, Freshman Quinn Smith led the way with 13 points on the game, while bringing down 5 rebounds. Tim Maneval dropped in 11 points on the game to go with his 5 steals; Xavier Lowery contributed 6 on the night while Jalen Towers added 4 points and 6 rebounds for the Cadets. Also on the board for Hilltop, Miklo Abner hit a bucket and grabbed 5 rebounds, and Will McKinney rounded out the scoring with 2 points. The loss drops the Cadets to 1-6 on the season and Hilltop remains at 0-2 in the BBC. SCORING BY QUARTER: Hilltop 5 12 8 13 - 38 Hicksville 11 13 14 17 - 55

quarter. Liberty Center would find their groove again though late in the quarter, closing back in on the Indians. After three quarters of action, the Tribe was clinging to a 37-31 lead. The Tigers were not going to let the Indians off easy. After it seemed as if Wauseon was going to come away with an easy victory, Liberty Center found a spark from their 6’7 center Chestnut. The Tribe defense had trouble defending his post presence, and were caught off-guard as the big man launched and drained a three pointer, cutting in to the Indian lead. The Tigers were even able to take a 47-46 lead with 3:30 left in the contest. The Indians were given a technical foul, and it seemed as if the game was slipping away from them, but then Byers started taking over again for the Tribe, scoring 12 points in the final quarter, which also opened up the post game for Noah Castle, who was able to draw a 5th foul against Liberty Center’s Chestnut in the final minutes, causing the 6’7 Tiger to have to sit on the bench for the remainder of the game. Byers and Castle were the only Indian’s to score in the final quarter of action, but that is all the Tribe would need, capturing the win by a score of 53-49. Byers lead all scorers on the night with 30 points, Castle was next with 11, Jacob Newlove scored 7, and Kris Boysel rounded out the scoring for the Tribe with 5 points. With the win, the Indian’s move to 9-2 on the season, and lead the NWOAL with 3 league wins and 0 league losses. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Fairview Apaches Outmuscle Smaller Montpelier Squad In Hilltop Classic Opener
By: Timothy Kays THE VILLAGE REPORTER WEST UNITY ... The Montpelier Locomotives drew the Fairview Apaches in the opening semifinal round of the 2013 Hilltop Holiday Classic in The Bunker on December 27. While neither team has seen much success in the won-lost department this season, the Locos were staring down a distinctive disadvantage from the opening whistle. Montpelier has four players that go six feet and above. On the other hand, the Apaches have two players that are not at least six feet tall, including a pair of paint pounders in Bradley Ebaugh and Daniel Smith that are both 6' 5". With Ebaugh and Smith denying the interior, and the Fairview guards creating turnovers on the perimeter, the Locos fell behind early. On the defensive end, Montpelier had no answer for Smith, who simply shot the ball over anybody that the Locos put in his path. The end result was Smith banging down a game-high 21 to lead the Apaches to a 65-37 win over Montpelier. The Locos got out to a good start on the offense with Alex Matzinger and Jared Shoup combining for ten points in the first period. The Apaches answered with Smith going off for eight, and 6' 1" Joe Macsay putting in 14 of his 19 points in the opening stanza. Fairview had a double-digit lead that they expanded upon all the way to the final buzzer. Shoup, Matzinger and Nate McCord each finished with 8 points for Montpelier. Michael Blake put in 5 points, Parker Houk and Jacob Leung each had 3 points, and Dylan Snyder added a deuce. Montpelier faces Hilltop for the third place spot in the tournament on December 29 at 6:00. SCORING BY QUARTER: Fairview 22 12 16 15 - 65 Montpelier 10 7 8 12 - 37 Timothy Kays can be reached at tim@thevillagereporter.com

Edon Bombers Drop A Heartbreaker At Home To The Evergreen Vikings 35-34
EDON: January 11, 2014 - The Edon Bombers played host to out of conference opponent Evergreen on Saturday night, January 11. The visiting Viking walked away with a narrow one point margin of victory 35-34. For the Edon Bombers on the night, Brock Thiel led the way, hitting for 19 points on the game, while Jacob Brown followed up with 9 points for the Bombers. Also on the scoreboard for Edon, Mike Peeples had a pair of buckets scoring 4, while Wyatt Walkowski and River Wicker each hit a free throw for 1. The loss drops the Bombers to 3-5 on the season and Edon remains at 1-2 in the BBC. SCORING BY QUARTER: Edon 8 10 3 13 - 34 Evergreen 14 4 11 6 - 35

North Central Falls On The Road To NWOAL Power Delta
DELTA: January 11, 2014 - The North Central Eagles took to the road on Saturday evening, January 11 to face NWOAL powerhouse Delta in the Panthers Den, falling 93-51. For the Eagles on the night, Josh Sawyer led the way dropping 19 points on the night in the loss. Clayton Ferguson had 13 for the game, while Dylan Hutchinson scored 6. Also on the scoreboard for North Central, Ethan Douglas contributed 4, while Jordan Bailey added 3 for the game. Brandon Turner, Jordan Reeves and Chase Legacy rounded out the scoring for the Eagles with a bucket each on the night. The loss drops the Eagles to 1-10 on the season and the Eagles remain at 1-2 in the BBC. SCORING BY QUARTER: Delta 26 23 25 17 - 91 North Central 9 16 10 16 - 51

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2 - “The Hometown Huddle” - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

CONTINUATION OF BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL ACTION

Wauseon vs Napoleon Varsity Boys Basketball
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Holgate vs Wauseon Boys Varsity Basketball
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ZACH JOHNSON AND JACOB NEWLOVE OF WAUSEON

KRIS BOYSEL OF WAUSEON

NOAH CASTLE OF WAUSEON

CORRY BYERS OF WAUSEON

North Central vs Pettisville Boys Varsity Basketball
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Varsity Girls Basketball
Pettisville Lady Blackbirds Take Down Hicksville Lady Aces On The Road
HICKSVILLE: January 11, 2014 The Pettisville Lady Blackbirds easily dispatched the Hicksville Lady Aces on the road on Saturday, January 11, prevailing by the score of 64-24. For the Lady Blackbirds on the night, Dana Fricke powered Pettisville’s domination of the Lady Aces, scoring 29 points in the game. Mikayla Avina chipped in 14 for the night while Lauren Hostetler followed up with 10 points. Also on the board for the Lady Blackbirds, Jordyn Pursel and Audra Klopfenstein each had 4, and Mikayla Crouch rouded out the scoring with 2. As a team, the Lady Blackbirds shot 40 percent from the field while going 7 for 10 from the free throw line. The Lady Blackbirds also out-rebounded the Lady Aces 37-22. The victory brings the Pettisville Lady Blackbirds to 10-2 on the season while remaining at 4-1 in the BBC. SCORING BY QUARTER: Pettisville 19 22 13 10 - 64 Hicksville 6 5 7 6 - 24

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JORDAN LEGACY OF NORTH CENTRAL

Wauseon vs Swanton Boys Varsity Basketball
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Lady Indians Capitalize Off Mistakes, Defeat Bulldogs
By Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER WAUSEON 1/11/2014—The Defiance Lady Bulldogs would turn the ball over 27 times, and the Wauseon Lady Indians would capitalize on their opponents mistakes. The Indian’s would pick up their 7th win of the year, defeating Defiance 51-22. The Indians Sariah Yackee started off the contest with a hot hand, scoring seven points in the opening quarter including a three pointer. Her hot shooting helped lead her team to a 10-7 first quarter lead. Wauseon took complete control of the game in the second period, holding Defiance to only six points while scoring 18 points of their own. Sariah Yackee hit another three pointer, and Natalie Koenig contributed nine points of her own to give the Tribe a 28-13 lead at the intermission. The Indian’s continued to have a balanced offensive attack, as nine different players scored in the contest. Their defense also played a huge role in the second half, holding Defiance to only nine points in the half. After three quarters, Wauseon held a sizeable 42-19 win. Defiance would not be able to shrink the Indian lead, as they would be held to only three points in the final quarter of action. The Indians would take the victory 51-22. Natalie Koenig scored 14 points in the contest, leading the way for the Indians. Sariah Yackee also scored double digits with 11. Maddie Richer was next with nine, Sally Frank contributed six, Haley Archibeque scored four, Kylie Archibeque put up three, Hannah Blaylock scored two, and Lindsey Archibeque and Anna Marshall both scored a point. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Bombers Dismantled By Wayne Trace
INTIMIDATING DEFENSE FROM NOAH CASTLE AND ZAC ROBINSON OF WAUSEON

By Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER WAYNE TRACE 1/7/2014—The Edon Lady Bombers varsity squad had a tough night against the Raiders of Wayne Trace, being defeated by a margin of 73-37. Although the final score was not at all close, the Bombers were able to keep within striking distance of the Raiders in the first half. In fact, Wayne Trace would only cling to a 13-12 lead after one quarter of action. The Bombers would again keep things interesting in the second quarter. While the Wayne Trace lead would grow in the second quarter, it would only be a six point halftime deficit for Edon, 2923.

North Central JV Drops NWOAL Power Delta
DELTA: January 11, 2014 - The North Central Eagles JV took to the road on Saturday evening, January 11 to face NWOAL powerhouse Delta in the Panthers Den, taking home the victory 51-50. On the night for the Eagles, Ethan Douglas powered the way leading all scorers with 20 on the game. Jordan Reeves scored 8 in the game, while Josh Roesner chipped in 7. Also on the board for North Central, Jordan Bailey had 6, Kaleb Geiser scored 5 and Faler dropped in 4. Rounding out the scoring for North Central in the win was Adam Knepper with a point in the game. SCORING BY QUARTER: Delta 17 9 12 12 - 50 North Central 7 16 14 14 - 51

The Third quarter is when the Wayne Trace would start to pull away, outscoring the Bombers 26-6 in the period, and expanding their lead to 55-29 at the end of the third quarter. Wayne Trace would not take their foot of the gas in the final period, scoring 18 more points and holding Edon to only eight points, and the Raiders would go on to win by a 36 point margin, 7337. The leading scorer for Edon was Kiess with 12 points. She was followed by Chrisman with ten, Gutting contributed six, Sonneberger scored five, and K. Manahan ended with four. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

JV Eagles Get A Win Against Morenci
FAYETTE 12/28/2013---The Fayette Eagle junior varsity team defeated the Bulldogs of Morenci, defeating the Bulldogs 29-21. Scoring for Fayette was Danial Michael with seven, Justin White with six, Dylan Stannard and Tharyn Colegrove with four a piece, Christopher Jaso and Ryan Gilmore both with three, and Cassen Burkholder finished with two points. SCORING BY QUARTER: Fayette 4 8 7 10 - 29 Morenci 3 5 6 7 - 21

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Hilltop JV Edged Out By Fairview
By Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER The Hilltop Cadets JV team was narrowly defeated as the Fairview Apaches came away with the 32-31 victory. The two teams were tied at nine at the end of the first quarter. The Cadets were able to gain a 20-15 lead by halftime. Fairview would bring the game to within one point by the end of the third quarter, as Hilltop would only would a 26-25 lead. In the final quarter, Hilltop would be narrowly outscored 7-5, but that would be enough to give Fairview the 32-32 win. Roesner scored ten points for the Cadets, which lead the team. Also scoring for Hilltop was Douglass with eight, Zuver putting up six, Reeves scoring five, and Geiser rounding out the team’s scoring with two. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

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Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

“The Hometown Huddle” - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action - 3

CONTINUATION OF GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL ACTION

Fayette Girls Outlast North Central
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER FAYETTE 1/3/2014—An offensive explosion in the third quarter allowed Fayette to pull away late against North Central. Although North Central had three players put up double digit scoring totals, Fayette would grab the win 54-41. Fayette took advantage of free throw opportunities in the first quarter, scoring more points from the charity stripe than North Central would in the entire first quarter combined. Fayette capitalized on five of their six shots from the free throw line. North Central was only able score four points combined in the quarter, and would fall behind Fayette 10-4 after on quarter of action. Second chance points played a key role for Fayette, as they would grab 20 offensive rebounds, compared to only 7 offensive rebounds for North Central. This allowed Fayette to increase their lead in the second period by one, leading 21-14 as the halftime buzzer sounded. The turnover battle also helped to tip the scales in favor the Purple and Gold, as they forced North Central to turn the ball over 20 times in the contest, while only giving up 6 turnovers of their own. Fayette’s offense found its high gear in the third quarter. Taylor Griffiths would lead the way, hitting a trio of three pointers in the quarter, leading the way for her team to score 22 points in the quarter. This would lead to Fayette taking a 43-29 lead after three periods of action. North Central would outscore Fayette in the final quarter 12-11 in the final period, but it would not be enough to mount a comeback and overtake Fayette. The Purple and Gold went on to seal the victory 54-41. Hannah Sickmeyer lead North Central in scoring with 14, followed by Sabrina Pickford and Cady Vandevorde who both put up 11 points, Julia Rhinard was next with three points, and Rachel Oyender rounded out the North Central scoring with two. For Fayette, it was Taylor Griffiths leading the with 23 points on the night. Kaela Seiler was next, scoring ten points, Paige Keefer dropped seven, Katelyn Bates and Jessie Wheeler both had four, and Michaela Bates and Alexis Fruchey finished with three points a piece. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

North Central Tops Edon In Overtime
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER NORTH CENTRAL 1/10/2014—It took an extra period, but the Lady Eagles of North Central were able to take down the Edon Lady Bombers 41-37. The first quarter was a low scoring one for both squads, as a total of only 12 combined points were scored. North Central held a slim 7-5 lead as the first quarter came to a close. The Eagles would extend this lead in the second quarter, but the Bombers would make sure that they did not fall too far behind. At the intermission, the scoreboard read 19-15, with North Central in control. Both team’s defenses stepped up in the third quarter. Edon was able to win the third quarter by a score of 5-2, narrowing the Eagle lead to only one point as the third quarter ended. The Eagle’s held a 21-20 lead. The fourth quarter saw the Bombers again outscore North Central, this time 11-10, which would tie the game up at the end of regulation, and send the contest in to overtime. After battling back to tie the contest, Edon would not be able to capitalize in the extra period, and North Central would pull away, sealing a 41-37 win. Rhinard lead the Eagles in scoring with nine points, Siekmeyer had eight, Hayes put up seven, Vandevorde was next with six, Litzenberg scored five, and Oxender finished with two points. For Edon, Kiess lead the way with 18, Chrisman followed with five, Gutting and Sonneberger had four a piece, Gearhart contributed three, S. Manahan had two, K. Manahan rounded out the scoring for the Bombers with one. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Free Throws Help Fayette To Defeat Hilltop
By Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER WEST UNITY 1/10/2014—In a contest that saw Hilltop lead for 3 quarters of action, but a huge fourth quarter by the Fayette Eagles to come away with a 57-45 victory. It was the Lady Cadets who would take a first quarter lead, going ahead of the Eagles 14-9. Turnovers stifled the Eagles in the contest, giving up 17 free possessions to Hilltop. The Eagle’s rebounding advantage also kept them in the game, grabbing 34 rebounds in the contest. The Cadets would be able to hold on to a narrow 23-22 lead as the two teams headed in to the locker rooms for halftime. The Cadets lead would expand in the third period of play, as Hilltop would outscore Fayette 10-7 in the third quarter to push the score to 32-28 in favor of the Cadets. Hohings would change drastically in the fourth quarter. Field goal shooting percentages for both squads was fairly even, with Fayette shooting 31 percent from the field, and Hilltop only a percentage point behind at 30 percent from the field. The difference in the contest was at the free throw line. Hilltop made 7 of their 14 attempts on the night, while Fayette drained 25 of their 32 attempts, for a team free throw percentage of 78 percent. Fayette would go on to score 29 points in the fourth and final quarter of action, and after trailing by four points at the end of the third quarter, the Eagles suddenly found themselves ahead by 12 points as the contest came to an end. LeAnn Joost lead the Cadets in scoring with ten points, followed by Kailey Creamer with eight points, Emily Armbruster with seven, Kayla Settlemire put six on the board, Destiny Denton was next with five, and Bailey Funkhouser finished with two. For Fayette it was Kaela Seiler leading the way with 21 points. Taylor Griffiths contributed 14, Michaela Bates was able to rack up 12, Paige Keefer scored four, Katelyn Bates had three, Alexis Fruchey scored two, and Jessie Wheeler rounded out the scoring with one. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Stryker Comes Out On Top In Battle Of The Panthers
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER BRYAN 12/28/2013—In a matchup that pitted Panthers vs. Panthers, it was the Lady Panthers of Stryker who came out victorious in the finals of the Girls Basketball Holiday Tournament hosted in Bryan. Stryker’s defense shut down Paulding early on, and would ride that defensive momentum on to a 45-22 win. It didn’t take long for Stryker to take control of the contest. The Blue and White offense started off hot, nailing a triplet of three point shots in the first quarter. Combine that with their defense which held Paulding to only two points in the first quarter, and it makes for a 13-2 first quarter lead for Stryker. Stryker’s lead would shrink in the second quarter, getting outscored by Paulding 10-8, but with the lead that the Stryker had built, this did little to shake Stryker’s confidence though. The

Blue and White held the lead 21-12 at halftime. In the third quarter, Stryker was able to get right back on track in the quarter, increasing their lead by six points, leading 33-18 after three periods. Paulding would be unable draw within striking distance, as Stryker would hold them to only four points in the final quarter of action, while scoring 12 points of their own. This sealed the Stryker win by a score of 45-22, as Stryker would win the Holiday Tournament in Bryan. Connor Sullivan set the scoring pace on the night, scoring 20 points for Stryker. Conner Varner was gather up a double digit scoring total with 18, followed by Christie Huston with five, Audra Rupp finished with 2. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Pettisville Girls Down The Panthers Of Stryker
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER STRYKER 1/10/2014—Despite a 21 point performance from Stryker’s Chirstie Huston, it was the Pettisville Lady Blackbirds who came away victorious over the Lady Panthers of Stryker in Buckeye Border Conference action, downing the Panthers by a score of 5243. The Blackbirds lead 18-12 after one quarter of action. Pettisville’s shooting was superb in the contest, making 18 of their 32 attempts from the field for a 58 percent shooting percentage. Compare that to Stryker who was took 42 shots, but were only able to make 14 of those attempts for a shooting percentage of 33 percent. Stryker narrowed the Blackbird lead to three at the half, outscoring Pettisville 8-5 in the second quarter. At the intermission, the scoreboard read 23-20 in favor of the Blackbirds. The Blackbirds also held a slight edge on the boards, outrebounding the Panthers 25-22. This narrow edge would help Pettisville to expand their lead in the third period of play, outscoring Stryker 15-8 in the third quarter, and pushing their lead 38-28 as the third quarter came to a close. The turnover battle also favored Pettisville, as Stryker turned the ball over 13 times, with Pettisville turning it over 11 times. These extra possessions would lead to the Blackbirds sealing 52-43 victory in the final quarter of action. For Stryker, Christie Huston lead the scoring with 21 points, followed by Conner Sullivan who put up 11, Conner Varner contributed nine, and Ashley Haines rounded out the Panther scoring with two. The Blackbirds were lead with 15 points by Lauren Hostetler, Dana Fricke followed with 14, Audra Klopfenstein was next with nine, Jordyn Pursel banked six, Mikala Avina scored five, and Kate Kauffman finished the contest with three. Stryker is now 6-6 with the loss, and Pettisville moves to 9-3 with the win. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Hilltop Lady Cadets Crash Continental To Take Third At Ayersville Holiday Tourney
AYERSVILLE - The Hilltop Lady Cadets were not going to be denied...not twice in a row, and certainly not at the Ayersville Holiday Tournament consolation game on December 28. The Ladies in Red spotted the Continental Lady Pirates an early five point advantage, then blew up to erase the deficit and go on to a 50-41 win to secure third place at the annual tournament. The Lady Pirates kicked off the game by going on a 13-8 run, but the Lady Buccos went yucko from that point forward. Led by Hannah Bleikamp and her game-high 19 points, the Lady Cadets answered by hitting for 16 points in the second period while Continental had their worst output of the night with 7. The five point disadvantage had become a 24-20 halftime lead for Hilltop, a lead that they would add upon in the third and fourth periods for the win. LeAnn Joost nailed 11 points in the pivot, with Destiny Denton adding 9 points. Kayla Settlemire had 4 points, and Kailey Creamer, Emily Armbruster, Cierra Grant and Bailey Funkhouser each had 2 points. SCORING BY QUARTER: Hilltop 8 16 15 11 - 50 Continental 13 7 13 8 - 41

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QUINN SMITH HILLTOP HIGH SCHOOL
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KASEY DARNELL WAUSEON HIGH SCHOOL
Those of us who relax in the pool cannot understand the level of work put in by Kasey. The effort is hard, the competition harder...but that didn’t stop her from breaking the 200 IM record

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Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Edgerton Top Edon In Finals of Route 49 Classic Edon Lady Bombers Left Behind By
CONTINUATION OF GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL ACTION

Edgerton In Route 49 Classic

By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER

HICKSVILLE - The Edon Lady Bombers’ cold start against Edgerton on December 21 cost them the game, as well as a shot at the Route 49 Classic championship. Edgerton went on an early 15-8 run to establish a margin that the Belles in Bomber Blue were never able to overcome as they fell by a 41-30 score. Hannah Brehm-Gutting led the Lady

Fayette Lady Eagles Dominate Morenci In Interstate Matchup
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER FAYETTE 12/28/2013---The varsity Fayette Lady Eagles had little trouble with the Lady Bulldogs of Morenci, handily defeating them 67-15. From the get go, there was little doubt that the Eagles would go up 15-4 in the first quarter, and would lead 30-8 by halftime. Fayette completely dominated every aspect of the game. The Eagle’s out rebounded Morenci 33-18, and forced the Bulldogs to turn the ball over a whooping total of 27 times. The Eagle defense only allowed the Bulldogs to convert three field goals through all four quarter of the contest. The Fayette offense was also on top of its game, scoring at least 15 points in

HICKSIVILLE 12/21/2013----The Edon Lady Bombers were unable to capture the Route 49 Classic Tournament Championship, as they would fall to Edgerton 41-30. The Bombers would only be able to get three field goals to fall in the first quarter of play. Meanwhile, their opponents would hit seven of their field goal attempts, putSCORING BY QUARTER: ting Edon in a 15-8 hole at the end of the Edgerton 15 10 6 10 - 41 first quarter. Edon 8 9 6 7 - 30 The Bulldog’s lead increased by one point in the second period, as Edgerton would outscore Edon 10-9, giving the Bulldogs an eight point halftime lead, 2517 over the Bombers. Even though the Bombers were able every quarter, and sharing the ball well, to shut down the Bulldog offense coming

Bombers with 7 points in the paint, with Kaitlyn Sonneberger and Baylee Gearhart each netting 6 points and Kaitlin Chrisman 5. Alex Kiess was held to 4 points, and Jordan Matthews had 2.

out of halftime, they would not be able to mount any kind of comeback, because their own offense would struggle as well. Each team would score only six points a piece in the period. As the third came to a close, the Bulldogs held a 31-23 lead. Edon would be unable to shrink the Bulldog lead in the final period of play, and the Bulldogs would go on to capture the Route 49 Championship, defeating Edon in the finals 41-30. Scoring for Edon was lead by Gutting with seven, followed by Sonneberger and Gearhart with six a piece, Chrisman scored five, Kiess contributed four, and Matthews finished with two points. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

Lady Panthers Get Win Over Holiday Tournament Hosts
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER BRYAN 12/28/2013---In semi-final action of the Bryan Girls Basketball Holiday Tournament, the Lady Panthers of Stryker defeated the host Bryan Lady Golden Bears 43-37. The Panthers set the tone early on in the contest, dominating both the defensive and offensive glass, as Stryker would outrebound Bryan 41-24. This rebounding advantage allowed Stryker to grab an early 12-9 first quarter lead. Another key for the Panthers was their free throw shooting, converting nearly 70 percent of their free throw attempts in the contest. As the teams went in to the locker room for the halftime intermission, it would be Stryker who held the lead by a score of 20-17.

Hilltop Girls Bow Out In Semi-Finals Of Ayersville Holiday Tournament
By: Mitchell Peebles THE VILLAGE REPORTER AYERSVILLE 12/27/2013---The Hilltop Lady Cadets played a tightly contested game in the semi-finals of the 2013 Ayersville Holiday Tournament, going up against the hosts of the tournament, the Ayersville Pilots. In the end, Ayersville would grab the victory, defeating the Cadets 48-44. The Pilots took control to start the game, scoring 19 points and holding the Cadets to only seven in the first quarter. The rolls would be reversed in the second period, as the Cadet offense would find its groove. After only scoring seven points in the first quarter, Hilltop would put 16 points on the board in the second. The Cadet defense would also step up, holding the Pilots to only eight in the quarter, and pulling within four points at halftime, trailing by a slim 2723 margin. Ayersville extended their lead to six

racking up 21 assists. The second half was no different than the first, with the Eagle’s leading 4813 after three quarter, and outscoring Morenci 19-2 in the final quarter to seal the convincing 67-15 win. Nine different players scored on THE HOMETOWN HUDDLE the night for Fayette, with Kaela Seiler leading the way with 13 points, Alexis 8TH GRADE Fruchey and Paige Keefer both had 12 with 8 points, while Josh Wolfrum had DECEMBER 5 points, Jessie Wheeler contributed sev3 points and Levi Chappuis 2. en, Taylor Griffiths and Rylee Ruger had Edgerton 36 Edon 29 (OT) five points a piece, and Michaela Bates Pettisville 67 Edon 20 Travis Siebenaler rang up a gameand Katelyn Bates each scored four. Dillon King, Justin Rupp and Noah high 17 points for the Boys in Bomber Fayette moves to 7-1 on the season Rocha led the Blackbirds’ BBC onslaught Blue. with the win. against the Blue Bomber boys. Mitchell Peebles may be reached at Hicksville 48 Stryker 5 publisher@thevillagereporter.com Hilltop 53 North Central 17 Corbyn Heath and Aaron Sidle each Collins and Riley hit on 14 and 11 to put in 2 points for the Panthers, with lead the Cadets. Suboski, Grapengeter, Levi Chappuis adding a free throw. Shilling and Shaffner each had 6 points, and Routhier and Blaisdell each had 2. North Central 29 Waldron, MI 23 Kodi Bentley’s 12 points led the Cody Tomblin had 6 points to lead Eagles’ offense, with Cody Tomblin add- North Central, with Kodi Bentley landing 6 points, Keean Livensparger 5 ing 5, and Keean Livensparger, Evan The Panther lead would expand in points, and Zachary Turner and Evan Munger and Zachary Turner each getthe third quarter, with the Stryker ofting a deuce. Munger 4 points apiece. fense out powering their opponents 14-7 in the period. DECEMBER 7 DECEMBER 7 Although the Golden Bears would out score Stryker 13-9 in the final quarNorth Central 26 Edon 18 Fayette 36 Stryker 13 ter, it would not be enough to take the Cody Tomblin went off for 14 to lead Trevor McClain hit on a game-high lead away from the Panthers, and Stryk13 to lead Fayette. Josh Anderson had North Central, while Keean Livensparger er advancing Stryker to the tournament 6 points, Karrsen Schaffner and Travis had 8 points, and Zachary Turner and finals with a 43-37 victory. Wagner each had 5, Hunter Griffiths 4 Ryan France had 2 apiece. Seibenaler With 15 points on the evening, Chrispoints, Skyler Jones 2 and Christian and Brandt had 10 and 8 points respectie Huston was the Panthers top scoring Renner one. Corbyn Heath led Stryker tively for Edon. performer. Conner Vamer also scored double digits, as she would put down 11 7TH GRADE points. Connor Sullivan followed with eight points, Maddie Uribes scored five, DECEMBER 5 DECEMBER 7 and Audra Rupp and Gabrielle Paxton Pettisville 44 Edon 13 both had two points in the contest. Edgerton 38 Edon 7 Detric Yoder planted a game high 10 Mitchell Peebles may be reached at Jacob Long landed 3 points to pace for Pettisville, with Austin Horning and publisher@thevillagereporter.com the Edon efforts. Payton Moyer each adding 7 points. Kyle Apger struck for 9 points to lead North Central 29 Waldron, MI 18 Edon. Layne Cogswell put in 12 to front DECEMBER 9 North Central. Dalton Joice hoisted 9 points, Andrew Miller 5, Hayden Haas Pettisville 44 Stryker 22 2, and Levi Huffman one point. Payton Moyer had 11 and Austin point after three periods of play, tallying Horning 8 to pace Pettisville. Izayah up 12 points to Hilltop’s ten, putting the Ferguson led Stryker with 7 points. score at 39-33 after three quarters in fa-

Junior High Boys Basketball

vor of the Pilots. The Cadets attempt to pull off a fourth quarter comeback, and hopefully move on to the finals of the Holiday Tournament, but that rally would fall just short, as they were only able to cut the Ayersville lead down to four by the time the final buzzer sounded. The CaTHE HOMETOWN HUDDLE dets would fall 48-44 at the hands of the 8TH GRADE Ayersville Pilots.\ With 16 points, Hannah Bleikamp Hilltop, with J. Roth adding 5. M. Roesch DECEMBER 5 was the leading scoring for the Cadets. and K. Brown had 4 points, B. Miller 3 She was followed by Emily Armbruster points, and A. Fidnier, A. Funkhouser and Stryker 33 Hicksville 28 who contributed 11, LeAnn Joost was Haley Doehrmann led all scorers with S. Weaver 2 points apiece. Caitlin McIntosh next with seven, Destiny Denton and 20 for Stryker. McKenna Louys and had 8 to lead Fayette. Jade Shoemaker Cierra Grant both put up three points Sierrah Whitman each had 4 points, Madi had 6 points, Alexus Ball 3 and Byronna a piece, and Kailey Creamer and Kayla Myers 3 and Kira Petit 2. Bowditch 2. Settlemire rounded out the Hilltop scorPettisville 41 Stryker 18 Bryan 31 Wauseon 20 ing, both tallying up two.

Junior High Girls Basketball

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Scoring for the Lady Indians were Karli Penrod, Myia McLeod, Kennedy Lillich, Rylee Campbell, and Reagan Spadafore. DECEMBER 7 Stryker 43 Fayette 25 Sierrah Whitman hit on a game-high 16 for Stryker, with Haley Doehrmann adding 13. Kira Petit put in 8 points, and McKenna Louys and Madi Myers had 3 points apiece. Caitlin McIntosh led Fayette with 7 points. Grace Eberly, Jade Shoemaker, Arri Molina and Kaitlyn Randall each had 4 points, and Alexus Ball had 2. Pettisville 53 Edon 11 Kamryn Hostetler poured in 22 points to lead Pettisville, with Kyra Behnfeldt adding 12 to lead the Pettisville onslaught. Mason had 6 points to lead Edon. Hilltop 26 North Central 19 The trio of Roth, Roesch and Miller were key for Hilltop, landing 9, 9 and 6 points respectively. Vada Lashaway led North Central with 6 points, with Brittany Cozart and Emma Zenz each getting 4 points, Erin Ryan 3, and Allyson Fenicle 2 points. DECEMBER 9 Hilltop 33 Fayette 19 A. Wyse planted a game high 11 to lead

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Kyra Behnfeldt posted 17 points to lead all scorers, with Kamryn Hostetler adding 11 points, Sami Tilley 8, and Kendi Nofziger 5 for Pettisville. Haley Doehrmann put in 12 to lead Stryker. North Central 27 Edon 14 Edon’s Mason led all scorers with 8 points, but North Central answered with Emma Zenz, Makayla Knapp and Allyson Fenicle each 6 points apiece, Vada Lashaway with 5, and Erin Ryan and Brittany Cozart each with a deuce. Hiller accounted for the remainder of the Lady Bomber scoring with 6 points. DECEMBER 10 Wauseon 34 Stryker 21 Myia McLeod threw down 16 for the Lady Indians, with Karli Penrod adding 7 points, Rylee Campbell 5, Reagan Spadafore 4, and Ally Tefft 2. Haley Doehrmann led Stryker with 13, while Sierrah Whitman and McKenna Louys each had 4. Archbold 47 Fayette 17 Caitlin McIntosh and Alexus Ball each had 6 points for Fayette, with Kaitlyn Randall posting 3 points and Jade Shoemaker 2. Edgerton 17 North Central 12 Makayla Knapp put in 6 to lead North Central, with Emma Zenz adding 4.

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Wrestling Action
Montpelier Locomotive Wrestlers Capture Iron Horse Invitational Crown At Home
MONTPELIER. Head Coach Troy Roth and the Montpelier Locomotives hosted the Iron Horse Invitational wrestling meet on Saturday, December 28. It was a very good outing for the young Loco wrestlers, racking up a team total of 156.5 points. Finishing in second place was the Delta Panthers with 144.5 points, followed by Defiance in third place at 140.5 points on the day. Wauseon’s contingent of wrestlers placed 5th, accumulating 103.5 points. Individually on the day for the host Locomotives, Sean Taylor took home the 132 lb championship and teammate Hunter McKelvey took home the 170 lb crown. For the Wauseon Indians, McKayla Campbell captured the 106 lb weight class while at 145, teammate Brady Neifer stood up with a first place finish as well. Weight Class Results: 106 1st Campbell (Wauseon), 2nd DeGrange (Napoleon), 3rd Rayfield (Delta), 4th Murray (Montpelier 120 1st Hoffman (Delta), 2nd Jiminez (Defiance), 3rd Ramey (Montpelier), 4th DeWire (Ind) 126 1st Miller (Hicksville) 2nd Bischoff (Napoleon), 3rd Day (Montpelier), 4th Smith (Bryan) 132 1st Taylor (Montpelier), 2nd Wandtke (Delta), 3rd Wolfenbarger (Ind), 4th Osmun (Hicksville) 138 1st Barnes (Delta), 2nd Byers (Montpelier), 3rd Sweeny (Napoleon), 4th Halferty (Montpelier) 145 1st Neifer (Wauseon) 2nd Barajas (Defiance), 3rd Smith (Napoleon), 4th Strubberg (Montpelier) 152 1st Clark (Antwerp), 2nd Gies (Toledo Christian), 3rd Roberson (Defiance), 4th Reynolds (Napoleon) 160 1st Gonzalas (Defiance), 2nd Herold (Bryan), 3rd Gauden (Montpelier), 4th Burkhendt (Toledo Christian) 170 1st McKelvey (Montpelier), 2nd Wilcoxon (Wauseon), 3rd Botek (Defiance), 4th France (Ind) 182 1st Baldridge (Napoleon), 2nd Villareal (Defiance), 3rd Tovar (Wauseon), 4th Witcher (Delta) 220 1st Wolford (Delta), 2nd Laker (Antwerp), 3rd Cook (Montpelier), 4th Wolpert (Delta) 285 1st Troupe (Defiance), 2nd Mosier (Hicksville), 3rd Jones (Wauseon) 4th Bute (Antwerp) Team Results: Montpelier 156.5, Delta 144.5, Defiance 140.5, Napoleon 111, Wauseon 103.5, Antwerp 66, Hicksville 59, Toledo Christian 39.5, Bryan 38.

THE HOMETOWN HUDDLE

1/11/2014—The Wauseon wrestling took part in the PIT tournament, and here are the results for the Indians.

Wauseon Grapplers Take Part In PIT Tournament

CONTINUATION OF JR. HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL ACTION
7TH GRADE
DECEMBER 5 Hicksville 21 Stryker 8 Emma Grime posted 4 points for Stryker, with Breanna Doriot and Anna Stuckey each getting 2. DECEMBER 7 Fayette 35 Stryker 18 Fayette’s Kaitlyn Randall poured in 17 to lead all scorers, with Alexis Suarez adding 8 points, Arianna Ramos 6, and Rhys Ruger and Dakota Blosser 2 points apiece. Emma Grime led Stryker with 8 points, while Brittney Haines had 6, Katelyn Tingle 3 points, and Anna Stuckey one point. North Central 27 Hilltop 3 Addison Elder led all scorers with 11 for the Lady Eagles, with Madyson Bonnie getting 8 points and Sidney McKarns 6. Siegel popped for 8 to lead the Lady Cadets. Pettisville 41 Edon 8 Anya Kauffman and Morgan Leppelmeier went off for 12 and 11 points respectively to lead Pettisville, while Livensparger, Runyan and Gallehue each had 2 points for Edon. DECEMBER 9 Fayette 51 Hilltop 6 Kaitlyn Randall led all scorers with 14 for the Lady Eagles. Mataya Rufenacht had 10 points, Tressa Taylor 8, Alexis Suarez 7, and Rhys Ruger, Kendra Ellis and Arianna Ramos 4 points apiece. M. Siegel was responsible for the entirety of the Hilltop scoring. Pettisville 33 Stryker 21 Morgan Leppelmeier went off for 19 points to front the Ladybirds, with Anya Kauffman getting 7 points, Jasmine Bogosian 4, and Elizabeth Beck 3. Emma Grime threw in 9 for Stryker, with Anna Stuckey getting 6 points, and Breanna Doriot, Katelyn Tingley and Erica Brier 2 points apiece. North Central 22 Edon 10 Addison Elser led all scorers with 10 points for the Lady Eagles, with Sydney McCarns getting 6 points and Madison Bonney 4. R. Kokinis had 4 points to lead the Lady Bombers. DECEMBER 10 Stryker 25 Wauseon 24 Emma Grime had a trio of treys and 13 total points to lead the Lady Panthers, with Brittney Haines getting 7 points, Anna Stuckey 4 and Breanna Doriot one. L. sauber threw in 14 for the Tribe, with J. Myers and M. Trejo each bagging 4 points, and A. Koenig 2. Archbold 48 Fayette 24 Alexis Suarez led the Lady Eagles with 8 points, while Kaitlyn Randall threw in 6, and Mataya Rufenacht and Tressa Taylor each had 5. Edgerton 27 North Central 21 Madison Bonney threw down 9 points for the Lady Eagles, with Payton taylor and Sidney McCarns each adding 4.

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onds. (152 lbs.) Lorenzo LeValley of Oregon Clay pinned Dylan Nicely of Wauseon High School in 1 minute and 12 seconds. (152 lbs.) Dylan Nicely of Wauseon High School beat K. Shepard of Northview 18-2 (Technical Fall). (152 lbs.) Brody henning of Oak Harbor pinned Dylan Nicely of Wauseon High School in 1 minute and 56 seconds. (160 lbs.) Tre Campbell of Wauseon High School pinned DJ Schumacher of Northview in 1 minute and 32 seconds. (160 lbs.) Tre Campbell of Wauseon High School beat X. Wasco of North Royalton 7-1 (Decision). (160 lbs.) Tre Campbell of Wauseon High School beat C.j matheny of Fostoria 0-0 (Decision). (160 lbs.) Tyler Fahrer of Delta pinned Tre Campbell of Wauseon High School in 2 minutes and 34 seconds. (170 lbs.) Aaron Schuette of Wauseon High School pinned Serapio Medina of Napoleon in 1 minute. (170 lbs.) Aaron Schuette of Wauseon High School pinned Eric Fullwider of Fremont St. Joe in 1 minute. (170 lbs.) Aaron Schuette of Wauseon High School beat Mark barrow of New Philadelphia 0-2 (Decision). (170 lbs.) Aaron Schuette of Wauseon High School pinned Davd Glenn of Otsego in 2 minutes and 45 seconds. (182 lbs.) Eli Osborne of Defiance beat Alec Vonier of Wauseon High School 10-8 (Decision). (182 lbs.) Alec Vonier of Wauseon High School pinned Kevin Witt of Clay in 50 seconds. (182 lbs.) Alec Vonier of Wauseon High School pinned Zach zuhlsddorf of Otsego in 3 minutes and 13 seconds. (182 lbs.) Ryan Patchin of Delta pinned Alec Vonier of Wauseon High School in 4 minutes and 51 seconds. (182 lbs.) Alec Vonier of Wauseon High School beat Ian blackwood of Napoleon 0-5 (Decision). (195 lbs.) Tony Banister of Wauseon High School beat Zach leatherman of Napoleon 6-0 (Decision). (195 lbs.) Tony Banister of Wauseon High School beat Tony adkins of Svsm 4-1 (Decision). (195 lbs.) Kadin Llewellyn of Perrysburg beat Tony Banister of Wauseon High School 4-0 (Decision). (195 lbs.) Xavier barrow of New Philadelphia pinned Tony Banister of Wauseon High School in 3 minutes and 17 seconds. (195 lbs.) Tony adkins of Svsm beat Tony Banister of Wauseon High School 5-0 (Decision). Coach Mike Ritter on the team’s performance: “As a team we finished 3rd overall, with 9 total placers. Derek Schuette was 8th. Our 6th place finishers include Gage Campbell, and Cameron Slattman. Alec Vonier finished 5th. Andrew Bailey and Tony Banister both finished 4th. Tre Campbell was 2nd, while Wade Hodges and Aaron Schuette finished 1st. As a team, we started off kind of slow, but we finished the tournament well. Going into the final round, we were in 3rd as a team and had a bit of setback when we went 1-5 in the 3rd -8th place matches. We fell to 4th and then crowned 2 champs to lock in 3rd place. Wedge Hodges became a 2 time champ at the tournament and also collected his 100th career varsity win in the finals. Aaron Schuette finishes his POT career as a 3 time champ.

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