In a battle of the conference blue-bloods, it was Marion Local's size and shooting (Jayden Mescher, above) that took down rival Coldwater, earning coach Kurt Goettemoeller a chance for back-to-back crowns, and a top billing in this weekend's tourney drawing.
Marion Local and Lindsey Koenig (above) saw a 10-point first quarter lead dissolve, then defended, went bucket-for-bucket, and took care of business at the foul line to beat once-beaten Parkway. Read more in Friday's Press Pros.
Led by freshman Cameron Elwer's 26 points, Delphos St. John extended a halftime lead to double digits in the second half to win on the road, over Versailles. Read about the game in Saturday's Press Pros.
Their defense was good enough, long enough, to allow the offense to catch on...and Marion Local's Tate Hess, Luke Pohlman, and Jack Knapke (above) proved to be big when it counted Friday to help the Flyers stay unbeaten in the MAC. Read about the game in Saturday's Press Pros.
What you don't see that often in high school basketball...Projected as a battle of the 'big men', St. Marys' Austin Parks (above, left) proved his billing as a prized Big Ten recruit - while Marion Local's Jack Knapke provided an impressive challenge in Thursday's 46-35 St. Marys win. Read about the game in Friday's Press Pros.