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BASKETBALL: Third-quarter surge lifts Wapak past Elida

February 23, 2012

 

SPENCERVILLE — Wapakoneta Redskins varsity girls basketball coach Rusty Allen figured all his team needed at halftime was a little pep talk.

So he gave them one.

“There were a few choice words, I guess, in the lockerroom,” Allen said.  “I think they understood what needed to be done.”

It seemed to work.

BASKETBALL: Wapak hoping to keep Kenton winless in WBL

February 23, 2012

“Friendly confines” are not exactly words one might use to describe playing at Kenton High School.

And don’t let their winless 0-8 Western Buckeye League record fool you.  

The Wildcats (4-13 overall) aren’t going to be a pushover when the Wapakoneta Redskins visit Friday night for the varsity boys basketball season finale for both teams.

“Kenton is a really dangerous team, despite their record,” Wapak coach Matt Bradley said.  

DIVING: Botkins' Bauer wins state title

February 23, 2012

CANTON — Botkins senior Logan Bauer returned home a state champion Wednesday as he won the state diving championship in finals at Canton.

But it wasn’t easy.

Bauer and Canton Central Catholic diver Alex Gonzalez were neck-and-neck throughout the entire competition. Gonzalez had a slight lead after the first dive, but Bauer recaptured the lead after the second dive and lead through the fourth dive.

Gonzalez again captured the lead after the fifth dive and was a fraction of a point ahead going into the final two dives.

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