12/28 Boys Basketball Scores

boys_basketball_150McDonald’s Holiday Tournament
Arlington 51 Bluffton 40
Allen East 54 Cory-Rawson 33

Chatt Insurance Holiday Tournament @ Parkway
Delphos Jefferson 64 Finneytown 52

Jackson Center 65 Columbus Grove 53
Lincolnview 56 Ottoville 36
New Knoxville 63 Spencerville 45
Crestview 50 Wayne Trace 48

12/28 Swimming & Diving Results

swimming_150Holiday Invitational – Lima YMCA
Boys
1. Celina 346.5, 2. Versailles 271.5, 3. Ottawa-Glandorf 262, 4. Shawnee 252.5, 5. Van Wert 202, 6. Ada 147, 7. Bath 136, 8. St. Marys 131, 9. Minster 90.5, 10. Coldwater 79, 11. LCC 74, 12. Lima Senior 71, 13. Kenton 39, 14. Fort Recovery 37, 15. New Bremen 14, 16. Marion Local 9, 17. Elida 6

Girls
1. Versailles 440, 2. Ottawa-Glandorf 342, 3. Shawnee 207, 4. Minster 196, 5. Celina 182, 6. Kenton 150, 7. Bath 146, 8. LCC 138, 9. Van Wert 103, 10. New Bremen 84, 11. St. Marys 81, 12. Lima Senior 40, 13. Ada 26, 14. Marion Local 18, 15. Coldwater 15, 16. Elida 2

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12/28 Wrestling Results

wrestling_1502013 Lima Central Catholic Holiday Invitational
1. Coldwater 274.0, 2. Paulding 226.0, 3. Wayne Trace 219.5, 4. Carey 213.0, 5. Fostoria 211.5, 6. North Union 185.0, 7. Spencerville 170.0, 8. Williamsburg 164.5, 9. Delphos Jefferson 142.0, 10. Ottawa-Glandorf 140.5, 11. Northeastern 132.0, 12. Patrick Henry 127.0, 13. Greenville 109.0, 14. Lehman Catholic 108.5, 15. Bluffton 95.0, 16. Lima Senior 70.0, 17. Kenton 69.0, 18. LCC 62.0
Complete Results

Marion Harding Classic (33 teams)
31. Allen East 24.5

Tippecanoe Holiday Invitational (17 teams)
6. Ada

Crestview’s Cam Etzler committed to play basketball at Anderson University.

crestview_150Crestview’s Cam Etzler will continue his education and play basketball for NCAA Division III Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana.  Cam is currently a senior at Crestview High School and a returning 2-year letter winner for the 2013-14 edition of Crestview boys’ basketball.  As a junior, Cam averaged 9.8 points per game, 4.1 assists per game, 4.2 steals/deflections a game, and took 13 defensive charges.  He has been a solid contributor to Crestview’s success in both basketball and baseball during his high school career.

Bluffton announces new football coach.

bluffton09The Bluffton Athletic Administration is pleased to announce Kyle Cutnaw as the new head varsity football coach. Coach Cutnaw has extensive experience both playing and coaching football. He played football at and graduated from Bluffton University.  Kyle was the Head Football Coach at Edgerton High School, before moving on as a wide receivers coach/JV offensive coordinator at Otterbein College.  Following his service at Otterbein, Coach Cutnaw worked as the Offensive Coordinator and strength and conditioning coach at Kenyon College, for 3 seasons.  Coach Cutnaw returned to coaching high school football at Upper Sandusky in 2011, and last season Kyle volunteered as an assistant football coach for the Pirates.  Presently Kyle also serves as our Health and Physical Education teacher.

By |2013-12-17T00:46:27+00:00December 17th, 2013|Bluffton, Football, News|0 Comments