Created on Friday, 08 February 2013 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
Lakers finish regular season undefeated
Indian Lake’s eighth-grade boys basketball team completed an undefeated regular season by defeating Springfield Shawnee 52-38 on Thursday.
The Lakers finished with a perfect 15-0 record.
Alex Jacobs powered Indian Lake with 13 points, 13 rebounds and six steals. Tyler Reprogle had nine points and four rebounds, while Nate Kaffenbarger and Dylan Albright each had eight points.
Riverside earns spot in NWCC finals
Riverside’s seventh-grade boys basketball team defeated Lima Perry 45-32 in the semifinals of the Northwest Central Conference tournament Thursday.
The Pirates play in the championship game at 11:15 a.m. Saturday at Lima Temple Christian against Upper Scioto Valley.
Caleb Stevens led Riverside with 16 points, Trey Lane had 13 points and Gavin Stallard added 12 points.
Tigers advance to OHC title game
West Liberty-Salem’s eighth-grade boys basketball team advanced to the Ohio Heritage Conference championship game after defeating Triad 32-31 on Thursday.
The Tigers are now 14-3 overall and play in the title game on Saturday.
Kannon Stillings led WL-Salem in scoring with 16 points, while Brandon Wolfe added eight points.
Indian Lake falls to Tippecanoe
Indian Lake’s eighth-grade girls basketball team recently fell to Tippecanoe 40-15 in the Central Buckeye Conference tournament semifinals.
The Lakers end their season with a 9-8 record.
Sammi Miller led Indian Lake with nine points and three steals, while Morgan Evilsizor had six points and nine rebounds.
Raiders exit CBC tournament
Benjamin Logan’s seventh- and eighth-grade girls basketball teams both fell in the Central Buckeye Conference tournament Thursday.
Urbana eliminated the Raiders’ eighth-grade team 33-31, while Tecumseh defeated the seventh-grade Raiders 43-40.
Ben Logan’s eighth-grade team finishes the season with a 12-5 record and the seventh-grade squad ends with a 15-3 mark.
Darian Rockhold led the Raiders’ eighth-grade team with 12 points, Hayley Boysel had 11 points and Coreen Crosby had seven points.
For the seventh-grade team, Mackenize McManus had 11 points, Nikki Current had 10 points and Jazi McKeen had eight points.