Baldwin Wallace sneaks past Heidelberg men

PHOTO BY MARCUS MARASIGAN/HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY Heidelberg’s Tamal Watkins watches a 3-point attempt against the defense of Baldwin Wallace’s Luke Schaefer Wednesday in Tiffin. Also pictured is Heidelberg’s Prince Benson.

Despite outscoring Baldwin Wallace 31-19 in the second half, Heidelberg lost, 61-60, in the Ohio Athletic Conference opener for the Student Princes.

Dylan Woods got The ‘Berg within three with 43 seconds left with a layup. HU (1-5, 0-1) got the ball back, but was called for a travel. Baldwin Wallace missed the front-end of a 1-and-1, giving the Student Princes another chance to tie.

Baldwin Wallace took away any looks at a 3-pointer, so Tamal Watkins put in a layup as time expired.

Watkins led the Princes with 19 points, while Woods added 13 and Josh Dixon finished with 10. Prince Benson had eight rebounds and three blocks.

Upper Sandusky rolls past Tigers, moves to 2-1

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky made as many baskets as Galion had points Wednesday in an 81-35 non-league win.

The Rams got out to a 19-6 advantage after the first stop and added to the lead with a 24-9 second quarter.

The Rams improved to 2-1.

Mason Vent led the winners with 21 points, while Evan Young chipped in 16 points and Cameron McCreary tallied 12 points.

The Rams defense forced 21 Galion turnovers.

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Raiders late

KANSAS — Despite holding a 52-49 lead with 49 seconds remaining, Lakota fell to Arcadia 54-52 in non-league play Wednesday.

Josh Matz nailed a 3-pointer to give the Raiders a 50-49 advantage with 1:37 left and then Ethan Klotz made it 52-49.

Arcadia made a 3 and then after a Lakota turnover, the Redskins scored again for the 54-52 lead. Matz’s shot at the buzzer was no good.

Lakota (0-1) started well with an 18-11 lead after the first stop, but it was outscored 32-15 over the next two quarters.