Boys Basketball Roundup: The Powers that be

CAREY – Carey was locked in a tussle with Seneca East. The teams were tied at 34 at halftime, but thanks to the play of Bryan Powers, the Blue Devils were able to edge out the Tigers 62-57.

Powers scored a game-high 27 points, while Jared Wentling added 15 points and seven rebounds.

Carey (10-3, 5-1 Midland Athletic League) won the game despite being out-rebounded 39-20.

Ethan Caudill led Seneca East (8-4, 3-3) with 16 points. Nate Phillips and Ben Hahler each added 13.

Reinhart’s average plenty for NR

NEW RIEGEL – Brandyn Reinhart came into Thursday the Midland Athletic League’s leading scorer and did not nothing to damage his standing against visiting North Baltimore. Reinhart matched his season average with 23 points, while also pulling down 11 rebounds in the Blue Jackets’ 74-44 victory.

Reinhart was backed by Jake Dryfuse with 18 points, Korey Williams who knocked down three 3-pointers and 12 points, and Josh Burns with 10.

Jacob Schalk dished out eight assists as New Riegel improves to 13-1, 6-0 Midland Athletic League.

H-L too four-midable for Mohawks

BASCOM – Four Hopewell-Loudon players scored at least 11 points Thursday, helping the Chieftains overpower Midland Athletic League foe St. Wendelin 60-44.

Ryan Lommerse led the way with 16 points, three steals and three assists for H-L (7-7, 3-3).

Adam Black backed him with 13 points and seven rebounds, Brock Hill had 12 points and six boards and Alec Gregg tossed in 11 points.

The Mohawks (4-8, 1-5) got 12 points from Donovan Scudder and 11 points and nine boards from Zach Miller. Gabe Walters also hauled in nine rebounds and Brady Rutter dished six assists.

Sessler-led Streaks cruise

FREMONT – Jordan Sessler popped in 22 points and three teammates also scored in double figures Thursday as Fremont St. Joe stormed past Mohawk 92-72 in Midland Athletic League play.

Connor Dudley chipped in 16 points for the Crimson Streaks, and Zack Yeckley and Ryan Williams both netted 10.

Drew Loose’s 21 points and eight rebounds keyed the Warriors.

Mitch Parker turned in 15. Grant Ekleberry scored 15 points and Darby Walton turned in 14 points and nine boards.