HU men fall in overtime
A stickback by Dylan Dupler with 41 seconds left in overtime put the Crusaders ahead, 74-73, and then the defense did the rest as Capital fended off Heidelberg, 76-73.
Down three points, Heidelberg’s Dylan Woods attempted a potential game-tying trey just before the buzzer, but it missed.
Capital improved to 12-10, 8-7 in the Ohio Athletic Conference. Heidelberg (10-12, 8-7) had its three-game winning streak snapped.
Tyler Schreck led all scorers with 20 points, adding five assists and six rebounds for Capital. Reed Bradfield had 15 points, while Trey Meister scored 13.
For Heidelberg, Martone Cole had a team-best 18 points, while Tamal Watkins added 16. Emmanuel Perdue scored 16 for HU, while Clyde graduate Seth Hohman had eight points and nine boards.
Capital women upend HU
BEXLEY — Capital built up a considerable lead, outscoring Heidelberg in each of the two quarters and leading 44-30 at the break.
In the second half, the Crusaders completely put the game on ice, outscoring the Student Princes 38-15 and turning in a dominating 82-45 victory in Bexley.
Capital held an 18-5 advantage in the fourth quarter, and iimproved to 12-10, 7-8 in the Ohio Athletic Conference.
Heidelberg fell to 8-14, 4-11.
Capital’s Elli Wachtman finished with 18 points and eight rebounds.
Heidelberg’s Brittanie Ulmer and Old Fort graduate Alli Adelsperger each had eight points to lead the Student Princes. Willard graduate Maddy Crawford had six points and seven rebounds.