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Miller City bounces Musketeers in PCL boys

MILLER CITY — Miller City’s boys basketballers handed invading Fort Jennings a 58-40 Putnam County League loss Friday inside Leopold Gymnasium.

Heuerman led the victorious Wildcats with 18 points (3 bombs) and Niese added 13.

Junior Connor Wallenhorst led the Musketeers with 14.

Fort Jennings visits Perry tonight.

FORT JENNINGS (40)

2-pt. 3-pt. FT Pts.

Connor Wallenhorst 6-0-2-14, Nick Von Sossan 1-1-0-5, Nate German 1-1-0-5, Mark Metzger 1-0-3-5, Josh Wittler 0-2-0-6, Drew Grone 0-0-0-0, Logan Sickels 1-0-0-2, Austin Kehres 0-1-0-3, Alex Berelsman 0-0-0-0, Aaron Neidert 0-0-0-0, Tyler Ricker 0-0-0-0. Totals 10/28-5/20-5/11-40.

MILLER CITY (58)

2-pt. 3-pt. FT Pts.

Heuerman 4-3-1-18, Niese 4-1-2-13, Lammers 4-0-0-8, Lammers 1-2-0-8, Drummelsmith 2-0-0-4, No. 35 1-0-0-2. Totals 16/37-7/17-5/15-58.

Score By Quarters:

Fort Jennings 6 15 5 14 - 40

Miller City 18 12 10 18 - 58

Rebounds: Fort Jennings 21 - 3 offensive (Wittler 5), Miller City 25 - 12 offensive (Drummelsmith 8).

Turnovers: Fort Jennings 8, Miller City 6.

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Bearcats knock off Ada

SPENCERVILLE — Spencerville’s boys cagers handled Ada 60-47 in a Northwest Conference tussle Friday night at the “Walk-In Closet” of Spencerville High School.

The Bulldogs won the junior varsity contest 45-44.

Spencerville is off until Dec. 28 when they host New Knoxville.

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Jefferson 8th-graders split 2, 7th-graders lose 2

Jefferson’s seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball teams recently played Fort Jennings and Crestview.

Against the Musketeers, the seventh-graders fell 45-17, with Hunter Haehn leading with 10 points. In the eighth-grade contest, Fort Jennings won 44-23. Leading scorers for Jefferson were Brennan Auer with eight, Coiron Shananhan with six and Trey Gossman five.

Versus the Knights, the Crestview seventh grade won 55-10. Haehn led the Wildcats with nine.

In the eighth grade, the Wildcats won 36-31 behind Gossman and Auer with 12 each and Alex Rode nine.

Next action for the seventh grade (0-3) and eighth-graders (2-2) is Jan. 6 home against Wayne Trace.

 

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