Boys Basketball Roundup: Perrys lead Old Fort’s romp over Bettsville

OLD FORT – One Perry brother outscored Bettsville and the other nearly did so Friday as unbeaten Old Fort cruised to an 88-13 Midland Athletic League win.

Dalton Perry led the onslaught with 22 points, while Hunter Perry had 12 points, six steals and five assists.

A.J. Phillimore and Matt Hill each added eight points for the Stockaders (10-0, 4-0 MAL), who led 38-4 at the first stop. Hill also grabbed five rebounds.

Tommy Kipps scored six points for the Bobcats (0-9, 0-4).

Raiders line up first MAL win

KANSAS – Hopewell-Loudon had the top two scorers and held a 36-17 advantage on the boards, allowing just one offensive rebound, but Lakota used a big edge at the line Friday to claim a 55-53 Midland Athletic League win.

Colin Timmons paced Lakota (3-7, 1-3 MAL) with 13 points, six rebounds and four steals.

Darris McGown scored 11 points, and Josh Kirkpatrick and Nate Ray each chipped in nine.

But the real push to the Raiders’ first league win came at the line, where they went 22 of 34.

Hopewell-Loudon (6-4, 2-2) ended a paltry 5 of 14 on foul shots.

Tyler Imes scored 24 points for the Chieftains, Alex Gregg netted 14 and Garret Sendelbach tossed in nine.

Imes also snared 11 boards, and Gregg had four steals and four assists.

Foul shots key for Rams

UPPER SANDUSKY – Trent Howard and Cody Collins keyed Upper Sandusky at the foul line in the second half Friday as the Rams powered past Galion 65-52 in North Central Conference action.

Howard’s 16 points topped the Rams, with his 9-for-12 effort there in the second half fueling Upper Sandusky. He finished 10 for 13 on foul shots.

Collins ended with 11 points, turning in an 8-for-9 showing on free throws in the second half. He also grabbed six rebounds.

The Rams (4-4, 3-1 NCC) finished 26 for 38 at the line overall.

Meanwhile, Joe Reile popped in 21 points and Stuart Young tallied eight points and seven boards.

Loose, Walton fuel Mohawk

SYCAMORE – Drew Loose and Darby Walton both produced double-doubles Friday as Mohawk outlasted Midland Athletic League foe St. Wendelin 68-60.

Loose’s 19 points and 11 rebounds paced the Warriors (3-3, 2-2 MAL), and Walton turned in 17 points and 12 boards.

Grant Ekleberry scored another 16 points and Mitch Parker netted eight.

Gabe Walters scored 14 points for the Mohawks (3-6, 1-3), and Nick Schumaker and Zach Miller each had 12.

Walter also hauled in nine rebounds, Brady Rutter dished seven assists and Schumaker had five assists.