The Wabash boys basketball team led by a point Saturday before going to overtime and falling to Madison Grant 65-60.
The game was tied at 10 after the first stop before Wabash won the second quarter 16-11 to lead 26-21 at the half. Madison Grant would them come back to win the third quarter by four and the fourth by one before out scoring the Apaches 10-5 in the overtime for the 65-60 final.
|Owen Yeadon (Sr)||9||0||2||2||1||0||0||2||3|
|Travis Easthom (Sr)||2||0||1||1||0||0||0||2||0|
|Treavor Floor (Sr)||13||4||3||7||3||3||0||2||1|
|Taylor Vigar (Sr)||8||3||3||6||3||6||0||4||3|
|Luke Mattern (So)||8||1||0||1||0||0||0||0||4|
|Eryk Weber (Jr)||2||0||0||1||1||0||2||1|
|Marcus Jones (Sr)||12||1||5||6||0||0||0||4||4|
|Kaleb Kelshiemer (Jr)||2||2||1||3||2||1||0||2||1|
|Austin Vinopal (So)||4||4||2||6||1||2||1||2||0|
Madison Grant won the junior varsity game 55-39.
|Matt Stein (So)||1||1||2||0||1||0||1||0|
|Blake Gribben (Fr)||2||2||1||3||2||2||0||2||3|
|Levi Robinson (Jr)||2||0||2||2||0||0||1||0||1|
|Austin Wieland (So)||6||0||1||1||2||1||0||8||1|
|Brandon Easterday (Jr)||5||1||0||1||1||0||2||3||3|
|Cal Stone (Jr)||4||1||5||6||2||0||0||1||3|
|Devin Higdon (Fr)||3||0||0||0||0||1||3||0|
|Christian Simpson (So)||3||1||0||1||0||0||0||0||0|
|Kyle Parson (Fr)||0||0||0||0||0||2||1|
|Matt Jones (Jr)||2||0||3||3||2||2||1||3||1|
|Justin Beauchamp (Jr)||12||1||1||2||2||2||0||3||2|
The Wabash Lady Apaches struggled on offense in their TRC opener Saturday at Maconaquah, but used a solid defensive effort and a good job on the boards to pull out a 43-32 win against the Braves.
Wabash won every quarter except the fourth, leading 12-9 after one and 22-12 at the half. The Lady Apaches would extend their lead in the third, winning the quarter 10-7 to lead 32-19 before falling in the fourth 13-11 for the 43-32 final.
|Sabrina Wagner (Jr)||5||3||1||4||0||1||0|
|Jaycee Parrett (Jr)||14||3||2||5||0||2||0|
|Madison Barden (Sr)||2||4||6||1||2||0|
|Bailey Yoakum (So)||9||2||4||6||2||3||0|
|Sydni Mullett (Sr)||3||5||2||7||0||4||1|
|Chelsea Archer (Jr)||0||0||1||0||0|
|Kristin Cromer (Sr)||3||2||1||3||2||3||0|
|Katie McCauley (Sr)||9||4||5||9||1||2||0|
It was that time of year again where Manchester and Oak Hill hooked up for girls and boys action on the same night.
The junior varsity games played at the same time with the two teams splitting. Oak Hill won the boys game while Manchester took the girls.
Manchester won the girls jv game 34-21.
Leading Manchester was Bethany Collett with 12 points. Kennedy Fierstos added 8, Erika Kendall 6, Kiera Stacy 4, Jirni Cripe 2, Rachel Cave 2.
Oak Hill won the junior varsity game.
We don’t have the score or stats for this game yet and will add them when received.
The girls varsity game was played next with Oak Hill jumping out to a 12-0 lead before a free throw from Bailey Sewell ended the run and the scoring for the quarter with the Eagles leading 12-1 and going on to win 53-28.
The Squires would get buckets from Bailey Sewell and Cierra Carter to start the second quarter and cut the Eagle lead to 12-5, but couldn’t get any closer and trailed 20-7 at the half.
Drew Thompson would hit a three and the Squires would get a bucket from Tiffany Johnson in the third, but it was a 19-5 run by Oak Hill that made it 39-12. Cierra Carter and Sydney Day would make it 39-16 before an Eagle bucket ended the quarter.
Drew Thompson would hit a three to start the fourth quarter and got buckets from Tiffany Johnson and Cierra Carter, but it was to much Oak Hill for the night in the 53-28 final.
Leading Manchester was Drew Thompson with 8 points. Cierra Carter added 6, Kennedy Fierstos 4, Tiffany Johnson 4, Bailey Sewell 3, Sydney Day 2, Erika Kendall 1.
The boys game was a classic Manchester/Oak Hill game that wasn’t decided until the last minute with Oak Hill winning 59-48.
Oak Hill jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead before the Squires answered. Chase Fierstos hit a free throw, a three and a deuce before a bucket from Keelan Norwood tied the score. Oak Hill answered with 6 straight before another Fierstos bucket. Oak Hill would get the final score of the quarter and led 15-9.
Braydon Sewell would cut the lead to four to start the second quarter before Oak Hill increased their lead to 20-11. Norwood and David McAtee would then get buckets that started a 9-3 run by that ended with a Fierstos three to make it 23-20. An Oak Hill bucket was answered by Mason Hamby at the buzzer, as the Squires trailed 25-22.
Koehl Fluke and Fierstos hit back to back to start the third quarter and give the Squires a 26-25 lead before the Eagles came storming back with a 12-4 and grabbed a 37-30 lead before two Fierstos free throws ended the quarter with Manchester trailing 37-32.
The first 13 buckets of the fourth quarter was one team scoring with the other answering with the Squires trailing 49-43 with a minute to go. Manchester was forced to foul to play catch up with Oak Hill hitting 10 free throws down the stretch for the final score.
Leading Manchester was Chase Fierstos with 24 points. Braydon Sewell added 9, Koehl Fluke 7, Keelan Norwood 4, Mason Hamby 2, David McAtee 2.Add a Comment
The Manchester boys basketball team got to open their season at home Wednesday, defending home court in a 69-56 win over the Indians.
The squires lit up the scoreboard in the first as they raced out to a 22-8 lead. Chase Fierstos connected five times to lead the Squires in the quarter with 11 points while Koehl Fluke added 6 points. Braydon Sewell and David McAtee each had a bucket.
The Indians would regroup after the first quarter thrashing to win the second quarter 17-15 to cut the Squire halftime lead to 37-25. Manchester went to the long ball with Fierstos and McAtee ech hitting a bomb while Keelan Norwood and Mason Hamby chipped in with buckets.
Manchester came out of the locker room wanting to start the second half the way they did the game and did just that. Koehl Fluke and Keelan Norwood led the way with three buckets each along with a Fierstos three as the Squires out scored the Indians 19-10 to extend their lead to 55-35 with a quarter to go.
Up 20 heading to the fourth the Squires would have to convert free throws as Mississinewa played the foul game to try and catch up. The Indians won the quarter 21-13 as Manchester did just what they needed to, hitting five free throws in the quarter to preserve the 69-56 win.
Chase Fierstos led the Squires with 23 points. Koehl Fluke added 16, Keelan Norwood 10, David McAtee 9, Mason Hamby 6, Braydon Sewell 2, Matthew Pegg 1.
Coach Thompson ” We played well for the first game of the season. We have much to improve on as the season progresses”.
The Manchester junior varsity defeated Mississinewa 52-42.
Devan Rooney led with 13 points. Levi Hicks and Jake Schannep each had 10.Add a Comment
The Wabash boys basketball team traveled down state road 13 Wednesday to open their season at Oak Hill, falling to a very tall and talented Golden Eagles squad 86-53.
The height of Oak Hill gave Wabash trouble right off the bat, using a full court trap with their long arms to build a 10-0 lead. Taylor Vigar would stop the run with a bucket, but the Eagle pressure would increase the lead to 18-4 and led 23-5 after the first stop.
Eryk Weber would get the first bucket of the second quarter and along with Vigar played even with Oak Hill the first half of the quarter. Down 33-14 Wabash would get two straight buckets from Treavor Floor and one from Vigar to slice the deficit to 33-20. Oak Hill would respond with a three and a couple free throws and led 43-23 before Austin Vinopal ended the scoring for the half with a three to make it 43-26.
Oak Hill would score the first 4 points and 10 of the first 12 in the third quarter to increase their lead to 53-28 before the Apaches got buckets from Luke Mattern and Marcus Jones. Down 57-33 the Apaches would get two free throws and a bucket from Vigar to make it 57-37 and trailed 61-38 with a quarter to go.
Treavor Floor would start the fourth quarter with a three point play before the Eagles played the inside out game to build the lead to the final score of 86-53.
Taylor Vigar led Wabash with 16 points. Treavor Floor added 11, Eryk Weber 8, Marcus Jones 5, Austin Vinopal 5, Luke Mattern 4, Austin Hostetler 3, Justin Beauchamp 1.
The Wabash junior varsity fell in overtime 51-46
Leading the Apaches was Justin Beauchamp with 12 points. Matt Jones added 11, Austin Wieland 9, Cal Stone 5, Brandon Easterday 4, Blake Gribben 3, Kyle Parson 2.
Oak Hill won the C team contest 51-23Add a Comment