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Briefs

COACH NEEDED: Bellevue High School seeks a boys varsity head tennis coach. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director Brian Schubert at Brian.Schubert@bellevueschools.org. The tennis season begins March 9. Any questions can be directed to Schubert at (419) 484-5078 or at Brian.Schubert@bellevueschools.org.

BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Wynford’s eighth grade upended Seneca East 46-40 in the quarterfinals of the Northern 10 Athletic Conference Tournament. Caden Bumb scored 15 points for the Tigers in the loss, Lucas Hicks added nine and Blake Foos tallied eight.

n Mohawk’s seventh grade beat Ridgedale 49-25 in the N10 Tournament. Hunter Haynes poured in 18 points for the victors, Ben Bogner backed him with nine, Brayden Cleveland scored eight, Connor Flood had four and Kaleb Bish, Hayden Parker, Hunter Husk, Marty Justen and Garrett Rinehart each tallied two.

BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Colonel Crawford beat Seneca East 57-37. Isaac Mason scored eight points for Seneca East, Alex King had seven and Cooper Skeel, Cody Heibertshausen and Wyatt Young each added six.

n Upper Sandusky beat Buckeye Central 56-36.

n Jonah Englehart scored 20 points and Landen Barr had 18 in Old Fort’s 50-43 win against Margaretta.

n Calvert beat Hopewell-Loudon 33-19. Jackson Seislove led the Senecas with nine points and Bob Price scored eight. Dan Lommerse paced the Chieftains with seven points.

n Carey beat Wynford 54-24.

n Clyde beat Genoa 41-37.

n Nathan Geary scored 13 points, Troy Russell tossed in 12 and Bryce Lange had 10 in Mohawk’s 69-49 win against Bucyrus.

n New Riegel topped Danbury, 38-34.

BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Calvert defeated Hopewell-Loudon 32-23. Lee Morgan led the Senecas with 15 points and Nick Palm chipped in six.

n Clyde beat Genoa 30-24.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Brieanna Norville tossed in 10 points and Katelyn Arbogast added seven to lead New Riegel past Arcadia 28-24 Saturday.

n Riverdale turned back Hopewell-Loudon 19-13 in a two-quarter game. Ashley Daniel scored six points for H-L, Allie Milligan had three and Megan Kreais added two.

n New Riegel beat Gibsonburg 29-20 Friday. Brieanna Norville tossed in 14 points for the Blue Jackets and Kylie Stallard added five.