ELIDA — Elida Hall of Famer Mianda Watts bounced from Elida player to player giving pre-game high fives after she was inducted into the Elida Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Maybe her passion and enthusiasm rubbed off. Daniel Unruh and Isaac McAdams powered Elida down the stretch to a 48-40 boys basketball victory over Lima Central Catholic at the Elida Fieldhouse. Unruh had only 11 points in Friday’s loss to Wapakoneta. But Unruh bounced back with 24 points with two 3-pointers in Saturday’s win.
But when Elida’s Shyah Wheeler began carving it up, Allen felt he had to change. Wapakoneta went man in the second half and that helped the Redskins pull away with a 47-28 Western Buckeye League girls basketball victory Thursday night against Elida. Wheeler, who has 1,076 career points, finished with 16 points. She had 15 at the half. “Everything is going to run through Shy,” Allen said. “She’s a great player.
ELIDA — Elida was close to pulling away down the stretch. But it never happened. Wapakoneta’s defense clamped down and the Redskins overcame a seven-point deficit in the fourth quarter. Wapakoneta’s Aaron Good led the surge with 20 points to lead the Redskins to a 50-47 boys basketball Western Buckeye League game Friday night at the Elida Fieldhouse. It was the first loss for Elida, which came in ranked No. 3 in the state in Division II. Good scored 11 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter.
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