ONU men beat ’Berg
ADA – Deonte Holder had 24 points and Keith Mackie scored 22 for Heidelberg but it wasn’t enough to overcome five Ohio Northern players scoring double figures as the Polar Bears trounced the Student Princes, 96-86, in the King Horn Center.
Heidelberg led midway through the first half, 21-19, on three Mike Petrie free throws. But a 10-0 run by ONU (13-9, 9-6 Ohio Athletic Conference) put the Polar Bears in front for good. Heidelberg, which fell to 5-17 overall with a 1-14 mark in the OAC, trailed by seven at half, 45-38, but could get no closer than five the rest of the way.
Branden Rushton led all scorers with 26 points. Isaiah Roux had 20 points and Jared Horstman tossed in 14. Jordan Martin scored 13 off the bench and Dominique Royal added the cheese with 10 points.
Heidelberg had solid bench scoring with nine points each from Jackson Blue, Mason Willeke and Frank Longhino.
Carey boys drill Arcadia in final home game
CAREY – By halftime Wednesday night, Carey had scored nearly enough points against Arcadia to take off the second half.
But the Blue Devils didn’t do that. They continued to pour it on in a 74-40 rout of the Redskins.
Bryan Power had 20 points and Jared Wentling tossed in 19 for the victors. Zach Boes had 16 points as Carey improved to 16-4 on the season.
Shae Watkins had 17 points for Arcadia (5-13).
The Blue Devils scored 23 in the first quarter and 40 by halftime to lead, 40-25.
Carey forced Arcadia into 33 turnovers.
TC boys roll on against Gibsonburg
After a tough loss Friday at Port Clinton, Columbian earned itself a 2723-2502 victory over the Gibsonburg Golden Bears. Kris Wilson showed strong form for the Tornadoes rolling games of 236 and 227 for the high series of 463.
Gibsonburg’s Jacob Kaiser had the high series of 479, bowling games of 214 and 265.
Columbian (9-3) travels to Rossford (8-4) at 4 p.m. Wednesday to take on the Bulldogs.