Loramie comes up short in Classic


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Houston's #32 Sarah Monnier shoots as Bradford's #10 Olivia Hart defends at Houston.

Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Houston's #32 Sarah Monnier shoots as Bradford's #10 Olivia Hart defends at Houston. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Staff report

BERLIN — Fort Loramie competed again in the Classic in the Country Saturday morning, coming away a 43-38 loser to Cincinnati Summit Country Day.

The loss left the Lady Redskins at 9-3 overall with a makeup at Minster tonight. Country Day is 14-1 and the No 3-ranked team in the state in Division 3.

The Lady Redskins gave up 22 points in the opening quarter but only 21 the rest of the way. But it wasn’t quite the answer.

Jessica Boerger had all but 13 of her team’s points, finishing with 25 for the Lady Redskins.

Fort Loramie (38) — Gasson 2, R. Frey 3, Boerger 25, Holthaus 2, Hoying 4, H. Frey 2.

Summit (43) — Gehner 12, Allen 14, Harris 2, Alexander 15.

Score by quarters:

FL—12 18 29 38

SCD—22 25 34 43

Three-pointers: FL 2 (R. Frey, Boerger); SCD 6 (Allen 4, Alexander 2).

Records: FL 9-3, SCD 14-1.

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Russia 52, Miami East 33

RUSSIA — The Russia Raiders rolled to their seventh win in a row Saturday, routing visiting Miami East in non-league action 52-33.

The win puts the Lady Raiders at 10-6 with three difficult games in a row coming up against Anna, Minster and Fort Loramie.

Tiffany Hatcher had 19 points with the aid of three threes, and Maria Herron hit four from long range and finished with 16 for Russia.

Miami East (33) — Miller 2, Thompson 13, Hellyer 6, Haney 5, Brunner 1, M. Kinnison 3, A. Kinnison 2, Howard 2.

Russia (52) — Cordonnier 4, Monnin 2, Hatcher 19, Wilson 6, Heuing 1, Herron 14, Pleiman 2, Sherman 2.

Score by quarters:

ME—8 14 20 33

Russia—12 23 42 52

Three-pointers: Russia 7 (Herron 4, Hatcher 3).

Records: Russia 10-6, ME 7-6.

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Ottoville 44, Minster 27

OTTOVILLE — Minster fell behind 16-4 after one quarter and never recovered in losing 44-27 to Ottoville in non-league action Saturday on the road.

The loss left Minster at 12-3 on the season heading into a makeup game tonight at home against Fort Loramie. Ottoville is now 13-2.

Rosie Westerbeck had 12 for Minster.

Minster (27) — Roetgerman 4, Huelsman 3, Westerbeck 12, Borderding 2, Koge 2, Prenger 4.

Ottoville (44) — Kemper 10, Landin 14, Kramer 2, Mangas 8, Miller 5, Thorbahn 5.

Score by quarters:

Minster—4 15 23 27

Ottoville—16 21 36 44

Three-pointers: Minster 3 (Westerbeck 3, Roetgerman); Ottoville 1 (Kemper).

Records: Minster 12-3, Ottoville 13-2.

Reserve score: Minster 47, Ottoville 33.

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Jackson Center 41, New Knoxville 32

JACKSON CENTER — Jackson Center won its second in a row, knocking off New Knoxville in a battle of two good teams Saturday, 41-32.

The Lady Tigers are now 9-5 and Knoxville 9-6.

Peyton Esser had 13 to lead the Lady Tigers and Kenzie Schroer had 10 for New Knoxville.

NK (32) — Schroer 10, Miller 2, Schwieterman 6, Lageman 4, Scott 2, Leffel 8.

JC (41) — Reese 3, Esser 13, Elchert 6, C. Meyer 7, Fogt 5, Clark 6, Ware 1.

Score by quarters:

NK—7 13 25 32

JC—14 21 27 41

Records: JC 9-6, NK 9-6.

Reserve score: JC 41, NK 33.

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Houston 53, Bradford 31

HOUSTON — Houston rolled to a 53-31 victory over Bradford in non-league girls basketball Saturday.

The Lady Wildcats move to 6-10 with the win.

Sarah Monnier had 14 and Macey Stang 10 for the winners. Jenna Winner added nine.

Bradford (31) — Gill 9, Hart 2, Moore 3, Bates 13, Weldy 4.

Houston (53) — Maier 5, Hensley 5, Timmerman 2, Winner 9, Stang 10, S. Monnin 14, Jarrett 4.

Score by quarters:

Bradford—2 12 19 31

Houston—15 27 42 53

Three-pointers: Bradford 4 (Bates 3, Moore); Houston 1 (Stang).

Records: Houston 6-10, Bradford 5-10.

Reserve score: Houston 26, Bradford 21.

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Lehman 51, Mississinawa 32

UNION CITY — Lehman evened its record on the year at 7-7 with a 51-32 road win over Mississinawa Valley in non-league play.

The Lady Cavs overcame a 10-7 first-quarter deficit to lead 25-18 at the half. They stretched the lead from there.

Kassie Lee led three Lehman players in double figures with 12, Grace Monnin had 11 and Allie Hall had a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds. Hannah Fogt pulled down nine rebounds and Lee eight, and Monnin had six steals.

Lehman (51) — O’Leary 9, Monnin 11, McIver 2, Lee 12, Fogt 5, Hall 10, Rego 2.

MV (32) — Stump 4, Willis 2, K. Hunt 10, Dirkson 2, Stockler 9, S. Hunt 1, Murphy 4.

Score by quarters:

Lehman—7 25 36 51

MV—10 18 26 32

Records: Lehman 7-7, MV 3-12.

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Newton 61, Fairlawn 54

PLEASANT HILL — The Fairlawn Lady Jets dug themselves a 16-8 hole after a quarter and couldn’t quite climb back in in a 61-54 loss to Newton in non-league action Saturday.

The loss left the Lady Jets at 2-13 on the year.

Audrey Francis had 25 points and 12 rebounds for the Lady Jets, and Mollie Roe added 13 points.

Fairlawn (54) — Brautigam 3, Roe 13, Francis 25, Dudgeon 7, Roush 2, Tyler 4.

Newton (61) — McBride 15, Mollette 28, Flanary 2, Carroll 8, Kesler 8.

Score by quarters:

Fairlawn—8 21 38 54

Newton—16 28 42 61

Three-pointers: Fairlawn 3 (Brautigam, Francis, Tyler); Newton 0.

Records: Fairlawn 2-13, Newton 11-4.

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St. Marys 57, Bremen 46

ST. MARYS — New Bremen went on the road Saturday and dropped a 57-46 verdict to St. Marys in non-league play.

Bremen is now 11-5 after its second loss in a row.

Debbie Paul had 13, Paige Jones 11 and Alyse Clune 10 for the Lady Cardinals.

New Bremen (46) — Clune 10, Jones 11, Steineman 1, Paul 13, Homan 3, Brown 4, Bergman 4.

St. Marys (57) — L. Cisco 14, S. Cisco 16, Rable 5, Taylor 9, Angstmann 13.

Score by quarters:

NB—9 21 31 46

SM—9 22 40 57

Three-pointers: NB 5 (Jones 2, Clune 2, Homan); SM 9 (L. Cisco 4, S. Cisco 3, Rable, Angstmann).

Records: NB 11-5, SM 11-4.

Reserve score: SM 37, NB 34.

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Versailles 61, Celina 40

VERSAILLES — Versailles breezed to a 61-40 non-league win over Celina Saturday in action at Versailles.

The Lady Tigers move to 11-6 on the year.

Lauren Monnin had 18 to lead Versailles, 14 of them in the first half. Kami McEldowney had 14 and Danielle Winner added 11.

Celina (40) — Heiby 13, Berry 2, Reineke 5, Dennis 8, McGillivary 5, Stahl 7.

Versailles (61) — McEldowney 14, Watren 9, Blakeley 2, Ording 2, Winner 11, Monnin 18, Marshal 5.

Score by quarters:

Celina—14 26 33 40

Versailles—13 27 44 61

Three-pointers: Celina 4 (Heiby 2, Reineke, McGillivary); Versailles 5 (Watren 3, McEldowney 2).

Records: Versailles 11-6, Celina 7-6.

Houston’s #32 Sarah Monnier shoots as Bradford’s #10 Olivia Hart defends at Houston.

Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/01/web1_SDN011816HoustonGbball1.jpgHouston’s #32 Sarah Monnier shoots as Bradford’s #10 Olivia Hart defends at Houston.

Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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