Elizabeth Beck snapped Pettisville out of a sluggish offensive snap with back-to-back treys to start the second quarter, which helped the Blackbirds down Fayette 45-21 in a Buckeye Border Conference girls basketball tilt Monday. With the score 6-3 after the opening quarter, Beck began the second frame with back-t0-back treys on Pettisville’s first two possessions. It prompted a timeout from Fayette.
Wauseon worked on getting outrebounded the first time against Patrick Henry, but this time trouble shooting the basketball hurt the Lady Indians as they opened Northwest Ohio Athletic League play with a 60-38 loss at home to the Patriots Friday night. “We got outrebounded by 24 the first time we played them, and I thought we did a better job that way,” Wauseon coach Ashley Oyer said of the game. “Defensively, most of their shots were in the paint. We are outmatched in the post.
DEFIANCE – Tinora’s pace of play had something to do with it, but Wauseon’s defense was suffocating in a scoreless period for the Rams as the Indians took the championship game of the Vision Chrysler Holiday Classic over Tinora 40-19 Thursday night at Defiance College. “Coming into the game, we knew it was going to be a possession game,” Wauseon coach Chad Burt said of the game. “Every possession matters and they are very well coached.
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Selecting a term
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