Weekend Roundup


TROY — The Troy bowling team split matches with Sidney Friday at Troy Bowl.

The boys, 6-7 overall and 4-2 in the MVL, lost 2,479-1,910.

Bryce Massingill had games of 198 and 147.

Tyler Stoltz rolled a 153 and 182 and Ethan Blanchard rolled games of 172 and 150.

Logan Smith rolled games of 171 and 150, Ryan Kaiser had a 158 game and Carson Hillman had a 126 game.

Troy had baker games of 147 and 156.

Troy girls, 11-2 overall and 4-2 in the MVL, won 2,118-1,658.

Kayleigh McMullen rolled games of 215 and 209 and Kiandra Smith rolled games of 217 and 161.

Morgan Shilt had games of 144 and 191, Kylie Schiml rolled a 175, Kristin Sedam had a 155, Kaylee Kalmar rolled a 148 and Aiyanna Godwin had a 134.

Troy rolled baker games of 176 and 193.

Tipp girls

rally for win

TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe girls basketball team rallied for a 43-37 win over Greenville Monday night in MVL action.

Tipp improved to 10-8 overall and 9-6 in the MVL.

The Red Devils trailed 25-16 at halftime, but pulled even at 31-31 after three quarters and continued the momentum in the fourth quarter.

East girls

top Eagles

TROY — The Miami East girls basketball team maintained a share of first in the TRC with a 40-35 win over Troy Christian Monday night.

East is 14-5 overall and 11-2 in the TRC.

Troy Christian dropped to 9-9 overall and 7-5 in the TRC.

East will play at Covington Thursday, while Troy Christian will host Northridge Wednesday and play at Bethel on Thursday.

McKayah Musselman had 10 points, 10 rebounds and three steals for East and Camryn Francis added 10 points.

Maryn Gross had nine points and Kayly Fetters had seven points and three steals.

Paxton Hunley had five rebounds and five assists.

Bucc wrestlers

take fifth

LIMA — The Covington wrestling team finished fifth at the Lima Central Catholic Thunderbird Invitational last weekend. Ten Buccaneer wrestlers scored points for the team, with seven wrestlers placing at the highly competitive tournament.

Jericho Quinter (113) placed third with a pin over Lakota’s Lane Thacker in the finals.

Quinter finished 4-1 with a pin and two technical falls.

Michael Hagan (120) also took third with a 4-2 decision over Lucas Schaub. Hagan went 5-1 with four pins overall.

Jensen Wagoner (190) won a tight 2-1 decision over Coldwater’s Caleb Stammen to finish third. Wagoner went 6-1 with three pins during the tournament.

Chase Vanderhorst (126) took fourth after dropping a 6-3 decision to Waynedale’s Caden Schmeltzer. Vanderhorst went 4-2 with two pins and a technical fall.

Connor Sindelir (157) also placed fourth, dropping a 10-6 decision to Reading’s Dickie Engel. Sindelir went 4-2 overall with three pins.

Carson Taylor (106 took fifth place with a 15-0 technical fall victory over Eastwood’s Ian Reynolds. Taylor went 3-2 with two pins. Caleb Miller (150) advanced to the semifinals with three consecutive victories including a pin, before injury-defaulting his final three matches to place sixth overall.

Hayden Barker (215) fell one match short of placing, finished 3-2 with three pins, and dropping matches to wrestlers who placed second and third. Also competing well and winning matches for the Buccs were Jackson Shiverdecker (138, 1 pin) and Aveyen Meek (144, 1 pin).

Bradford girls

take second

BRADFORD — The Bradford girls powerlifting finished second at the Bradford Push and Pull tournament, while the Bradford boys finished third.

Winning for the girls were Isabella Boyer (135, grades 9-10).

Taking second were Shayleigh Swick (115, 11-12), Destiny Clark (175, 9-10), Bella Brewer (175, 11-12), Sarah Beckstedt (195, 11-12) and Remi Harleman (Unlimited, 11-12).

Finishing third were Zoe Brewer (135, 11-12) and Jenna Shellabarger (125, 11-12).

Taking fourth were Mackinzy Hemmelgarn (115, 9-10), Isabella Painter (125, 9-10), Emma Smith (145, 9-10) and Brooke Phillips (Unlimited, 9-10).

Finishing fifth were Addison Miller (115, 9-10), Cheyenne Kenworthy (175, 9-10) and Elizabeth Skinner (195, 9-10).

Winning for the boys were Josh Derstine (125, 11-12), Garrett Trevino (135, 9-10) and Keaton Mead (155, 11-12).

Taking second were Brick Burgett (125, 11-12) and Ben Kitts (145, 11-12).

Finishing third were Patrick Puthott (125, 9-10), Hunter Biddlestoen (125, 11-12), John Troxel (145, 9-10) and Levi Thobe (Unlimited, 9-10).

Taking fourth were Seth Applegate (145, 9-10), Adam Hudleson (185, 9-10), Daniel Smith-Satterwhite (195, 9-10),Keith Gaines (210, 9-10) and Shawn Jones (Unlimited, 11-12).

Finishing fifth were Raiden Wombold (125, 9-10) and Morgan Hudleson (195, 9-10).

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