Loramie wins


Lady Redskins dominate in win over Sidney

x



Hattie Meyer of Fort Loramie goes in for a shot in front of Sidney’s Carrie Nuss in girls basketball action at Fort Loramie Tuesday.

Hattie Meyer of Fort Loramie goes in for a shot in front of Sidney’s Carrie Nuss in girls basketball action at Fort Loramie Tuesday.


Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News

Sidney’s Hayley Powers is double-teamed by Fort Loramie’s Hattie Meyer (32) and Kaitlyn Luebke in action at Loramie Tuesday.


Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News

Staff report

FORT LORAMIE — Fort Loramie led from start to finish in routing the Sidney Lady Jackets in non-league girls action Monday night, 56-33.

The loss left Sidney at 13-7 on the year going into a game tonight at Vandalia.

Fort Loramie is 14-6 and hosts Russia Thursday.

Loramie forced the Lady Jackets into a lot of turnovers in the early going and it quickly got out of hand. Loramie led 21-10 after a quarter and 34-16 at the half.

Sidney’s Celena Taborn had 24 for the Lady Jackets to increase her season total to 539, just 48 points shy of the single-season record. And she now has 1,503 for her career, with the school record standing at 1,556.

Reyan Frey led Loramie with 10.

“Credit Loramie’s defense,” said Sidney coach Megan Mummey. “They kept our guards from getting the ball inside to Celena. Celena did her part but we have to have other girls score. She can’t do it alone.”

Sidney (33) — Nuss 2, Kindle 5, Powers 2, Taborn 24.

Fort Loramie (56) — Frey 10, Luebke 6, Barga 2, S. Stang 7, Ratermann 9, Meyer 6. Raterman 6, Holthaus 6, Gephart 4.

Score by quarters:

Sidney`10`16`20`33

Loramie`21`34`39`56

Three-pointers: Sidney 1 (Kindle); Loramie 3 (Frey 2, Ratermann).

Records: Sidney 13-7, Loramie 14-6.

Reserve score: Loramie 50, Sidney 12.

——

Anna 54, Knoxville 45

ANNA — Anna finally got back on track after losing five in a row, beating New Knoxville in non-league action Tuesday at Anna, 54-45.

Anna goes to 9-11 on the season with a game at Fairlawn Thursday.

The Lady Rangers are now 8-12 with Minster invading on Thursday.

Anna had to overcome a slow start, falling behind 18-13 after one quarter. But the Lady Rockets clamped down defensively after that, holding Knoxville to just 27 points the rest of the way.

Still, the Lady Rockets trailed by two after three quarters but outscored the Lady Rangers 18-7 in the final period.

Macey Huelskamp had 11 points and eight rebounds and Breah Kuck 10 points for Anna.

Kenzie Schroer had 15 and Jenna Schwieterman 12 for New Knoxville.

NK (45) — M. Jurosic 2, Scott 2, Schwieterman 12, Miller 5, Schroear 15, Doty 9.

Anna (54) — Spicer 8, Aufderhaar 2, Gaydosh 2, Rowland 6, Freytag 2, Huelskamp 11, Kuck 10, Scully 5, Kauffman 8.

Score by quarters:

NK`18`26`38`45

Anna`13`26`36`54

Three-pointers: Anna 4 (Kuck 2, Scully, Rowland); NK 4 (Schroer 2, Doty, Miller).

Records: Anna 9-11, NK 8-12.

——

Versailles 54, T-V 38

VERSAILLES — Versailles dominated in a late-season battle of highly-ranked girls basketball teams Monday night in a non-league meeting with Tri-Village.

Versailles, 16-3, ranked eighth in the state last week in Division 3, hosted Tri-Village, 19-0, and ranked second in the state last week in D-4. And the Lady Tigers won in convincing fashion, handing the Lady Patriots their first loss of the season 54-38.

Versailles now closes the season with two road tests, at St. Henry in conference play Thursday and at Jackson Center Saturday.

Kami Ording’s third three of the first half one had given Versailles a 12-9 lead early in the second quarter. After Peyton Bietry scored for Tri-Village to make it 12-11, junior guard Kami McEldowney accelerated to the basket on three straight possessions. She was fouled on the first and made one of two free throws, them made two straight layups to give Versailles a 17-11 lead.

With four seconds to go in the half and Versailles leading 22-20, 6-foot-1 freshman Lindsey Winner caught an inbounds pass and just beat the buzzer.

The Lady Tigers never looked back in the second half, opening a 39-24 led after three quarters and staying in control.

McEldowney led Versailles with 13 points. Ording joined Lindsey Winner in double figures with 10, while Danielle Winner and Elizabeth Ording each grabbed seven rebounds.

Versailles was 17 of 52 from the floor for 33 percent and 16 of 30 from the line for 53 percent. Tri-Village was 13 of 41 from the floor for 32 percent and seven of 11 from the line for 64 percent.

Tri-Village (38) — Miller 3, Printz 3, Porter 6, Downing 9, Mann 8, Morris 1, Bietry 5, Siler 3.

Versailles (54) — Blakeley 4, Ording 10, Schmitmeyer 3, Watren 2, McEldowney 13, Winner 3, Ording 7, Peters 2, Winner 10

Score by quarters:

Tri-Village`9`20`24`38

Versailles`9 `24`39`54

Three-pointers: Tri-Village 5 Downing 3, Miller, Siler); Versailles 4 (Ording 3, Blakeley).

Records: Tri-Village 19-1, Versailles 17-3.

——

Botkins 66, Lima Perry 15

BOTKINS — The Botkins Lady Trojans led 20-3 after the first quarter and never let up in pounding visiting Lima Perry 66-15 in non-league girls action.

The win was the third in a row for the Lady Trojans and puts them 1t 15-6 with Waynesfield-Goshen coming to the Botkins gym on Thursday.

Sarah Bergman poured in 10 first-quarter points to stake the Lady Trojans to an insurmountable lead. She went on to finish with 20 points and five steals and was 4-for-4 from the line. Jenna Pitts added 16 points as both single-handedly outscored Perry.

Janell Greve and Casey Woodall both had eight rebounds, Paige Lane dished out four assists, and Pitts added three assists.

Botkins hit 53 percent from the field on 27 for 51.

Lima Perry (15) — Barfield 3, Johnson 5, Healey 1, Cowan 2, Crockett 4.

Botkins (66) — Pitts 16, Jones 5, T. Greve 2, Oakley 2, Altherr 5, J. Greve 6, Woodall 6, Homan 4.

Score by quarters:

Perry`3`10`14`15

Botkins`20`35`52`66

Three-pointers: Botkins 2 (Pitts, Jones); Perry 1 (Barfield).

Records: Botkins 15-6, Perry 3-17.

——

Houston 49, Mississinawa 43

UNION CITY — The Houston Lady Wildcats had to rally back from eight points down in the third quarter, but pulled it off in a 49-43 victory over Mississinawa Valley in girls non-league action Monday.

The Lady Wildcats go to 8-13 overall this season and are at league champion Jackson Center Thursday.

Houston trailed 25-23 at the half, and was still down by seven at 37-30 after three quarters. But Kara Maier and Sarah Monnier led the fourth-quarter rally that produced a victory. Maier had six of her 10 points in the final period and Monnier half of her 16 points.

“We were down as much as eight in the third quarter but we forced some turnovers to get back in the game,” said Houston coach Brad Allen. “And we had a really productive fourth quarter from Sarah and Kara.”

Houston (49) — Maier 10, Ely 6, S. Monnier 16, J. Monnier 5, Jarrett 3, New 9.

Mississinawa (43) — Johnson 3, Stump 19, S. Hunt 6, Willis 3, K. Hunt 8, Lavy 4.

Score by quarters:

Houston`15`23`30`49

MV`12`25`37`43

Three-pointers: MV 6 (Stump 5, Johnson); Houston 3 (Maier, S. Monnier, New).

Records: Houston 8-13, MV 1-20.

——

Riverside 34, Triad 29

DEGRAFF —Riverside got a big game from Marissa Davis and rallied from a four-point halftime deficit to defeat visiting Triad in non-league girls basketball action Monday, 34-29.

The Lady Pirates go to 4-16 on the season heading into a a home game against Jackson Center next Tuesday.

Davis finished with 12 points and pulled down 18 rebounds for a double-double. She also had four steals and three assists.

Center Kalin Kreglow added 10 points for the Lady Pirates.

Triad (29) — Ferguson 11, Hughes 4, Cawley 5, Thomas 4, Bailey 2, Sheets 3.

Riverside (34) — Smith 5, Davis 12, Gilrs 5, Stillings 2, Kreglow 10.

Score by quarters

Triad`6`12`23`29

Riverside`4`10`27`34

Three-pointers: Triad 1 (Ferguson); Riverside 1 (Giles)

Records: Riverside 4-16, Triad 3-13.

Hattie Meyer of Fort Loramie goes in for a shot in front of Sidney’s Carrie Nuss in girls basketball action at Fort Loramie Tuesday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_3-ft-shs.jpgHattie Meyer of Fort Loramie goes in for a shot in front of Sidney’s Carrie Nuss in girls basketball action at Fort Loramie Tuesday. Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News

Sidney’s Hayley Powers is double-teamed by Fort Loramie’s Hattie Meyer (32) and Kaitlyn Luebke in action at Loramie Tuesday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_1-FT-SHS.jpgSidney’s Hayley Powers is double-teamed by Fort Loramie’s Hattie Meyer (32) and Kaitlyn Luebke in action at Loramie Tuesday. Todd B. Acker | Sidney Daily News
Lady Redskins dominate in win over Sidney

x