Boys Basketball Roundup: Rams charge past Tigers
ATTICA – Seneca East kept it close for the first half but Upper Sandusky took charge in the final two periods to win, 56-38.
Joe Reile led the Rams (9-8) with 15 points while Trent Howard and Stuart Young each had 10.
Ben Hahler registered a double-double for Seneca East (9-7), tallying 19 points and 12 rebounds.
Upper Sandusky had a big edge on turnovers, committing seven while Seneca East had 24.
Imes, Lommerse pace H-L
ARCADIA – Arcadia only had four players score and had a strong fourth quarter rally, but it wasn’t enough as Hopewell-Loudon cruised to a 58-48 victory.
Hopewell-Loudon led by 20 at the half, but a 26-point fourth quarter from Arcadia tightened the gap.
Both Andrew Lommerse and Tyler Imes had double-doubles for Hopewell-Loudon.
Lommerse piled in 17 points and 14 rebounds while Imes had 14 points and 13 rebounds for Hopewell-Loudon (9-8).
Casey Mock’s 19 points led Arcadia.
Second half struggles doom Warriors
BUCYRUS – Mohawk got off to a solid 20-10 first quarter lead but an abysmal two points in the third quarter gave Bucyrus the edge it needed to pull off a 56-42 victory.
Mohawk led 27-25 at the half.
Drew Loose’s 17 points paced the Warriors (6-10) while Darby Walton grabbed eight boards.
The Warriors shot an overall 18 for 56 from the field in the loss, including a dry 2 for 22 from behind the 3-point line.
Michael Purcell’s 17 points led Bucyrus (4-14).