Siegel reaches milestone in win


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Fort Loramie’s Jessica Boerger, left, shoots over Jackson Center’s Nicole Fogt in girls basketball at Fort Loramie Thursday.

Fort Loramie’s Jessica Boerger, left, shoots over Jackson Center’s Nicole Fogt in girls basketball at Fort Loramie Thursday.


Staff report

FORT LORAMIE — Fort Loramie remained on course for a share of the County girls basketball championship and head coach Carla Siegel became the winningest girls basketball coach in school history in a 47-26 win over Jackson Center Thursday night.

The Lady Redskins are now 10-1 in the league with one to play, Saturday at Houston. A win would get them no worse than a share of the title.

Siegel, meanwhile, recorded her 340th victory as Fort Loramie head coach, and that’s a new standard at the school.

Jackson Center drops to 7-4 and 13-7.

Loramie trailed after one but outscored the Lady Tigers 15-5 in the second quarter and kept it going in the second half.

Jessica Boerger had 20 for Loramie and Nicole Fogt 10 to lead Jackson. Boerger also had four assists.

Fort Loramie hit 13 for 16 from the free throw line, with Boerger going 4 for 4.

Jackson Center (26) — Reese 1, Meyer 6, Esser 3, Hickey 2, Fogt 10, Clark 4.

Loramie (47) — Gasson 2, Quinter 4, Brandewie 2, Meyer 4, Boerger 20, Hoying 7, H. Frey 8.

Score by quarters:

JC—8 13 17 26

FL—7 22 33 47

Three-pointers: JC 1 (Fogt 1); FL 0.

Records: FL 16-5, JC 13-7.

Reserve score: FL 45, JC 31.

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Knoxville 33, Recovery 30

FORT RECOVERY — New Knoxville handed Fort Recovery a 33-30 upset loss in Midwest Athletic Conference girls play Thursday night.

The loss was only the second for Fort Recovery in league play and drops them into a tie with New Knoxville for runner-up behind league champion Minster.

The Lady Rangers are 6-2 in the league and 13-8 overall.

Knoxville led by three after two quarters and 19-18 after three. In the final period, the Lady Rangers got a big three from Ashlyn Miller and six points from Abby Lageman.

Jenna Schwieterman led Knoxville in scoring with eight.

NK (33) — Schroer 5, Miller 6, Schwieterman 8, Lageman 6, Scott 2, Leffel 6.

FR (30) — Wendel 7, Stone 6, Siefring 1, Will 12, Kaiser 4.

Score by quarters:

NK—7 12 19 3

FR—6 9 18 30

Three-pointers: NK 4 (Schwieterman 2, Schroer, Miller); FR 1 (Will).

Records: NK 13-8, FR 15-4.

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Versailles 36, DSJ 29

VERSAILLES — The Versailles Lady Tigers also played in a low-scoring game, winning 36-29 over Delphos St. John’s in MAC action Thursday.

The win was the sixth in a row for Versailles and gave them a final regular-season record of 16-6 overall and 5-4 in the MAC.

Lauren Monnin had seven in the opening quarter and finished with 13 to lead the Lady Tigers. Two others, Danielle Winner and Camille Watren, had eight apiece.

Delphos (29) — Bacome 3, Lieber 4, Schulte 11, Pohlman 2, Geise 4, Harp 2, Fischbach 3.

Versailles (36) — Watren 8, Langston 2, Ording 3, Shimp 2, D. Winner 8, L. Monnin 13.

Score by quarters:

Delphos — 6 19 23 29

Versailles—9 15 25 36

Three-pointers: Versailles 1 (Ording); Delphos 3 (Schulte 3).

Records: Versailles 16-6, DSJ 13-7.

Fort Loramie’s Jessica Boerger, left, shoots over Jackson Center’s Nicole Fogt in girls basketball at Fort Loramie Thursday.
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