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VAN WERT – All Tuesday night (Jan. 8) sport’s results; announcements from the area is listed below.  -----  GIRL’S BASKETBALL: Lincolnview 46, Antwerp 29  ANTWERP – The Lincolnview Lancers traveled to Antwerp Tuesday night and defeated one of the top teams in the GMC by a 46-29 count in girl’s varsity basketball action. Lincolnview combined an opportunistic offense with a stingy defensive effort to collect the non-league win. The Lady Lancers trailed only momentarily in the contest, as Antwerp charged out to an 11-8 first quarter advantage. That’s when the Lady Lancers increased their defensive pressure, forcing the Lady Archers into a number of turnovers (32 total), while also holding the hosts to a mere two points in the second quarter. Lincolnview led 18-13 at the break by winning the second stanza 10-2. The Lady Lancers carried their new-found momentum into the second half, as Lincolnview sealed the deal with a 15-8 outburst. Overall, the Lady Lancers out-pointed the Lady Archers by a 25-10 count in the middle two quarters combined to take control of the contest. Lincolnview then held off any and all Antwerp comeback attempts, winning the final eight minutes of action by a 13-8 count. The Honigford twins demonstrated perfection Tuesday night, as Kylie Honigford was perfect from the field, hitting on six of six attempts for a game-high 13 points, while teammate Katie Honigford supported her sister with 10 markers, including four of four from the charity stripe. Lauren Evans also chipped in with nine points for the Lady Lancers’ cause. Bryn Schlatter and Jen Womack tallied 10 and eight points, respectively to lead the Lady Archers. Lincolnview improves to 8-3 on the season with the win, while Antwerp falls to 7-6 overall. (Stats by KEVIN WANNEMACKER – area stats manager) Lincolnview 46, Antwerp 29 Score by Quarters:Lincolnview        8          10         15         13         =          46Antwerp            11         2          8          8          =          29 Lincolnview                    2pt        3pt        FT        R          A          S          PtsKatie Honigford              3-7        0-3        4-4        3          3          8          10Kylie Honigford              6-6                    1-6        5          2          7          13Stacy Giessler                                                                                       0Lauren Evans                 3-4        1-3        0-2                    4          2          9Laura Longstreth            3-5                    0-1        2                                  6Kela Fries                                                                                             0Morgan Miller                 3-6                                3                      1          6Brittany Katalenas         0-3                    2-2        4          1          2          2 Totals                           18-31    1-5        7-15      18         10         20         46  Antwerp                        2pt        3pt        FT        R          A          S          PtsAmanda Riebersal          1-1        0-1                    1          1          3          2Jen Womack                 3-4        0-1        2-4        2          2          2          8Toni Winslow                                         0-1        1                                  0Darcie Reinhart              1-1                                                                    2Megan Koppenhofer       1-3        0-3                    2          1                      2Bryn Schlatter               4-8                    2-5        12         3          4          10Kole Schlatter                0-4                    3-6        5                      2          3Mickae Schlatter            1-4                                4                      2          2 Totals                           11-25    0-5        7-16      28         7          13         29  Turnovers – Lincolnview 22, Antwerp 32 Junior Varsity – Antwerp 25, Lincolnview 23   ------    Tinora 43  Kalida 34 KALIDA – The Kalida Lady Wildcats fell Tuesday night to the visiting Tinora Lady Rams by a 43-34 count in girl’s varsity basketball action. Tinora went 6-6 from the charity stripe in the final two minutes of the contest to collect the “W”. Tinora led 33-32 with three minutes left in the game and 37-34 with just one minute left, but Kalida could get no closer. The Lady Rams’ perfection at the line down the stretch, coupled with Kalida’s inability to score in their last three possessions down the floor, enabled Tinora to escape with the victory. Kristina Shawley lifted Tinora to 10-2 overall with 10 points off the bench.  Stacy Reindel recorded 10 points and 7 rebounds for the Lady ‘Cats, who fall to 6-7 overall with the setback.  Tinora: Damon 1-1-0-5, Eberle 0-2-4-10, Roberts 0-2-2, Shawley 3-4-10, Weber 1-1-0-5, Strausbaugh  3-2-8, Timmons 1-1-3; Team 9-4-13-43 Kalida: Heitmeyer 0-2-2, Miller 1-0-2, Frey 1-0-2, Hamburg 1-2-4, Horstman 3-0-6, Verhoff 1-1-3, Kaufman 1-1-0-5, Reindel 2-6-10; Team 10-1-11-34 Score by quarters: Tinora 9-17-7-10  43Kalida  12-8-9-5  34 3 point goals – Tinora- Damon, Eberle 2, Weber; Kalida- Kaufman Turnovers – Tinora 12,  Kalida 10 Rebounds – Tinora 26, Kalida 21 FT% - Tinora 13-16,  Kalida 11-12 Records – Tinora 10-2;   Kalida  6-7 JV Score – Kalida 23-22     ----- Ottoville 52 Pandora-Gilboa 30    OTTOVILLE – The up and coming Pandora-Gilboa Lady Rockets girl’s basketball program has come a long way this season, boasting only one loss overall while entering their contest Tuesday night with PCL co-leader Ottoville undefeated in the conference.  Unfortunately for all Lady Rocket fans, the girls from P-G found out just how far they need to go yet, as Ottoville won big, 52-30. Gina Beining led the Big Green with 16 points, while teammate Krystal Markward added 12 markers. Megan Gerdeman and Jessica Lehman led the Lady Rockets with eight points each, as Ottoville jumped to a 17-6 lead in the first quarter, holding the Rockets to just three field goals. Megan Gerdeman and Jessica Lehman led the Rockets with 8 points apiece. Ottoville won every quarter (17-6; 11-9; 10-6; and 14-9) to collect the easy win.PANDORA-GILBOA Taylor Hermiller 4, Jessica Lehman 8, Johnna Freeze 4, Stephanie Reiker 6, Megan Gerdeman 8. Totals: 13 1-2 30. OTTOVILLE Brittney Pohlman 4, Chelsea Ditto 6, Tricia Honigford 2, Kristal Markward 12, Janelle Becker 2, Jill Hohlbein 4, Tasha Kaufman 2, Gina Beining 16, Britt Beining 4. Totals: 18 10-17 52. Score by quarters: Pandora-Gilboa 6 9 6 9– 30 Ottoville          17 11 10 14– 52  3-point goals: Pandora- Lehman; Ottoville- Markward 2.  -----Fort Jennings 50, Elida 48    ELIDA – For only the second time this season, Fort Jennings found some offense, as the Lady Musketeers shocked non-conference foe Elida by a 50-48 count in girl’s varsity basketball action. Leah Kimmett scored a team-high 15 points in leading Fort Jennings, while teammates Katie VonLehmden tallied 13 points and Amanda Hortsman added 11 points. Chelsea Mathias recorded a total of four 3-pointers in the losing effort for the Lady Bulldogs, as she led all scorers with 16 points. Jennings led 10-8 after the first stop and 23-19 at the break. Elida’s attempted comeback fell just two points shy, as the Lady Bulldogs out-pointed the Jennings’ girls by a 29-27 count in the second half.FORT JENNINGS Katie VonLehmden 13, Kayla Knippen 4, Jessica Ladd 4, Amanda Horstman 11, Stacie Chandler 2, Leah Kimmet 15, Lauren Norbeck 1. Totals: 18 11-17 50. ELIDA Chelsea Mathias 16, Lindsay Peters 2, Chelsey Simpson 9, Shalamar Howell 8, Sierra Lohr 8, Heather Jacobs 5. Totals: 11 11-22 48. Score by quarters: Fort Jennings 10 13 14 13– 50 Elida             8 11 17 12– 48  3-point goals: Fort Jennings-Horstman; Elida- Mathias 4, Simpson.  JV score: Elida 44, Ft. Jennings 6. ------------        McComb 60, Miller City 54    McCOMB – The Miller City Lady Wildcats were upended by McComb’s Lady Panthers Tuesday night by a 60-54 count in girl’s varsity basketball action. A cold night from the floor doomed the Lady ‘Cats, as Miller City could only muster a 27 percent field goal shooting average in the contest. Stacey Schroeder led Miller City (3-10) with 12 points and six rebounds, while teammates Marci Wenzinger recorded 10 points and Ashley Schroeder chipped in with nine points and seven rebounds. Another downfall for the Lady Wildcats on the night was their defensive ineptness, as McComb registered three players in the double-digit scoring column. Morgan Brown (15 points), Sam Kaple (15 points), and Samantha Bryan (14 points), all led McComb in the scoring ledger. McComb jumped out to an 11-6 first quarter advantage, which proved to be the difference in the contest. Miller City trailed the rest of the contest, as McComb held off all comeback attempts. The Lady Panthers led 26-22 at the break and 46-40 after three periods of play. Both teams tallied fourteen fourth quarter points.MILLER CITY Marci Wenzinger 10, Lindsay Pester 3, Carrie Griggs 6, Jessica Scnipke 8, Ashley Kohls 6, Stacey Schroeder 12, Ashley Schroeder 9. Totals: 16 17-21 54. McCOMB Blaire Wells 6, Morgan Brown 15, Shelby Wilson 2, Sam Kaple 15, Samantha Bryan 14, Erin Wells 8. Totals: 22 12-18 60. Score by quarters:  Miller City 6 16 18 14– 54 McComb 11 15 20 14– 60  3-point goals: Wells 2 ; Wenzinger 2, Pester, Scnipke 2.  Records: Miller City 3-10 ; McComb 5-8.  JV score: Miller City 30-17 .   -----    Ottawa-Glandorf 37 Liberty Center 35    LIBERTY CENTER – The Ottawa-Glandorf Lady Titans traveled to Liberty Center Tuesday night and came home with a slim, 37-35 win. Brittany Kiracofe led the Lady Titans with a team-high nine points. The Lady Titans trailed much of the contest, falling behind 8-7 after one stop and 19-16 at the break. Liberty Center held a four-point lead going into the fourth quarter, before Ottawa-Glandorf ended the contest on a 7-3 run. Brooke Kaufman and Allison Schroeder tallied eight and seven points, respectively for the O-G cause also. OTTAWA-GLANDORF Brittany Kiracofe 9, Jenna Ellerbrock 3, Allison Scroeder 7, Danielle Hershberger 2, Dana Kaufman 6, Madalyn Shalter 2, Brooke Kaufman 8. Totals: 14 5-15 37. LIBERTY CENTER Totals: 13 4-8 35. Score by quarters:  Ottawa-Glandorf 7 9 14 7– 37 Liberty Center    8 11 13 3– 35  3-point goals: Schroeder 2, D. Kaufman 2.    -----   Celina 46 Parkway 26  ROCKFORD – The Celina Lady Bulldogs proved too much for the Lady Panthers of Parkway to handle, as the locals fell to the visitors from the WBL by a 46-26 count in girl’s varsity basketball action. Celina jumped out to a commanding 13-4 first quarter advantage, and then after only out-pointing Parkway 13-10 in the middle two quarters combined, sealed the deal with a 20-12 game-ending tear. No other stats have been submitted at this time.Score by quarters:  Celina 13 5 8 20– 46 Parkway 4 2 8 12– 26  ---------------------      WRESTLING:  Paulding / Fairview / Hicksville Tri-Match  PAULDING – The Paulding Panthers won a wrestling tri-match by out-pointing Fairview 53-12 and Hicksville 60-18. All the individual results are listed below.  -----   Paulding 53 – Faiview 12  103 – double void  112 – double void  119 – Tyler Thomas (P) pin 1:02 over Austin Westrich (F)  125 – Tyler Rohrs (P) pin 2:38 over Frankie Roehig (F)  130 – Dustin Carnahan (P) pin 1:28 over Ryan Jacob (F)  135 – Jared Deatrick (P) pin 3:05 over Logan Jones (F)  140 – Alfonso Rocha (P) tech fall 17-2 over Joe Meyer (F)  145 – Kevin Mumma (P) decision 12-6 over Greg Meyer (F)  152 – Brian Porter (P) pin 3:27 over Cody Davis (F)  160 – Joe Moreno (P) decision 11-7 over Luke Nicely (F)  171 – Cody Kelley (F) pin 3:53 over Brandon Schang (P)  189 – Rodney Baxter (P) pin 1:10 over Dakota Batt (F)  215 – Thomas Shrider (P) pin 3:54 over Jason Keil (F)  285 – Chris Riblet (F) pin 3:59 over Nick Hanenkratt (P)   -----    Paulding 60 – Hicksville 18  103 – Davis Reid (H) win by forfeit  112 – double void  119 – Tyler Thomas (P) pin 1:23 over Joey Adams (H)  125 – Tyler Rohrs (P) pin 3:39 over Paul Pierce (H)  130 – Dustin Carnahan (P) pin 1:04 over Chad Gecowetts (H)  135 – Chris Rohrs (P) pin 1:26 over Adam Miller (H)  140 – Kevin Mumma (P) win by forfeit  145 – Wes Schooley (H) pin 2:44 over Brian Porter (P)  152 – Nick Flint (P) win by forfeit  160 – Joe Moreno (P) win by forfeit  171 - Brandon Schang (P) win by forfeit  189 – Rodney Baxter (P) win by forfeit  215 – Thomas Shrider (P) win by forfeit  285 – Ben Flegal (H) pin 1:57 over Nick Hanenkratt (P)   -----   Fairview 42 – Hicksville 30  103 – Davis Reid (H) win by forfeit  112 – double void  119 – Joe Adams (H) pin 3:18 over Austin Westrick (F)  125 – Paul Pierce (H) pin 1:18 over Frankie Roehig (F)  130 – Ryan Jacob (F) pin 0:22 over Chad Gecowetts (H)    135 – Adam Miller (H) pin 1:57 over Logan Jones (F)  140 – Joe Meyer (F) win by forfeit  145 – Wes Schooley (H) decision 13-10 over Greg Meyer (F)  152 – Cody Davis (F) win by forfeit  160 – Luke Nicely (F) win by forfeit  171 – Cody Kelley (F) win by forfeit  189 – Dakota Batt (F) win by forfeit  215 – Jason Keil (F) win by forfeit  285 – Ben Flegal (H) decision 9-5 over Chris Riblet (F)     -----------------    ANNOUNCMENTS:   Crestview seeking coach  CONVOY--Crestview High School is currently accepting applications for the position of varsity assistant track coach with an emphasis in the throwing events of shot and discus.  Please contact Dave Bowen, Crestview Athletic Administrator, at 419-749-9100 or bowen.dave@crestviewknights.com if interested.  ----------------    Lima Warriors fund-raiser:  Mark Your Calendars for the 2008 Lima (Warriors) Poker ChampionshipFebruary 22 - 24, 2008Attention Poker Players, Hone your skills and get ready for the biggest charity poker tournament in Ohio. Last year's championship was named the biggest and best tournament by OhioCardPlayers.com and paid out over $45,000 in prize money with 1st place taking home $12,000. The 2008 Lima Poker Championship is anticipated to be even bigger and will max out at 600 players. Location:  Allen County Fairgrounds, Lima, Ohio $100 Buy-In, (1) $50 Re-buy and (1) $50 Add-on. There will be a $10,000 starting chip count.  All-Payouts will be awarded to the Top 10 percent. Main Event champion will also receive a championship bracelet.  All proceeds benefit the Lima Warriors Amateur Football Club, Inc. a (501(c)3) non-profit organization.  Do you have the skills to knock off defending Lima Poker Champion, Melvin Cannon from Lima, Ohio? There's only one way to find out. To pre-register or for additional information and full event schedule visit us at:www.limapokerchampionship.comor call Tournament Director Doug Mauch at 419-230-7820.



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