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Jr. High Sport Report

1/25/2021

Lady Tiger Basketball

On Saturday, the 7th grade Lady Tigers traveled to Coldwater to take on the Cavs. The Tigers won 41-12. Katey Litten led the way with 18 points. Also scoring for the Tigers was Jena Heitkamp with 6 points, Sarah Dirksen and Lauren Prenger with 4 points each, Andrea Graves with 3 points, and Eden Barga Grace Borchers and Maddison Yagle with 2 points each.

 

On Saturday, the 8th grade Lady Tigers defeated Coldwater by a score of 41-22. Taylor Wagner led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 18 points, followed by Grace Osborne with 12 points. Additional scoring included Karlie Litten with 6 points, Kendall Meyer and Sarah Stammen with 2 points each, and Molly Phelan with 1 point.


On Saturday, the 7th grade Lady Tigers lost to St. Henry 48-22. Leading the way for the team was Katey Litten with 11 points. Also adding to the scoring was Jena Heitkamp with 8 points, Sarah Dirksen with 2 points, and Shawna Schmitmeyer with 1 point.

 

8th grade Lady Tigers were defeated by St. Henry by a score of 33-29. The Lady Tigers were led in scoring by Sarah Stammen with 8 points, followed by Taylor Wagner with 7 points. Additional scoring included Grace Osborne and Madison Ware with 4 points each and Karlie Litten and Molly Phelan with 3 points each. 

The 7th grade Lady Tigers lost to Russia last night by a score of 28-19. Jena Heitkamp and Sarah Dirksen led the scorers with 6 points each. Lauren Prenger added 5 points, and Katey Litten had 2 points.

 The 8th grade Lady Tigers improved their record to 9-4 last night by defeating Russia 25-16. Taylor Wagner led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 11 points. Additional scoring included Grace Osborne with 5 points, Madison Ware with 4 points, Molly Phelan with 3 points, and Sarah Stammen with 2 points. 


On Tuesday, 1/5, the Lady Tigers faced off against Marion Local. The team won by a score of 29-21. Katey Litten led the way with 19 points. Also scoring for the Tigers was Jena Heitkamp with 6 points, Elli Stammen with 2 points, and Lauren Prenger with 2 points. 


On Tuesday, January 5th, the 8th grade Lady Tigers were defeated by Marion Local by a score of 35-32. Taylor Wagner led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 20 points. Additional scoring included Madison Ware with 8 points and Grace Osborne with 4 points.

On Monday, 12/28, the 7th grade girls played faced off against Anna. The Lady Tigers lost 10-28. Brooke Bergman led the team in scoring with 4 points. Elli Stammen, Lauren Prenger, and Jena Heitkamp had 2 points each. 


On Monday, December 28th, the 8th grade Lady Tigers were defeated by Anna by a score of 33-32. Grace Osborne led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 14 points. Additional scoring included Sarah Stammen and Taylor Wagner with 5 points each, Madison Ware with 4 points, and Karlie Litten and Molly Phelan with 2 points each. 

On Tuesday, 12/22, The Lady Tigers faced off against Arcanum. The Lady Tigers were victorious by a score of 29-13. Katey Litten led the way with 12 points. Lauren Prenger, Brooke Bergman, and Sarah Dirksen scored 4 each. Elli Stammen and Madison Yagle scored 2 each. Ruthie Smith added 1 

On Tuesday, December 22nd, the 8th grade Lady Tigers defeated Arcanum 50-11. Grace Osborne led a balanced scoring attack with 19 points, followed by Sarah Stammen with 13 points. Additional scoring included Taylor Wagner with 7 points, Madison Ware with 5 points, and Kendall Meyer, Molly Phelan, and Karlie Litten with 2 points each.  

The 7th grade Lady Tigers faced off against Miami East on Thursday. The Lady Tigers won 26-25. Katey Litten led the way in scoring with 20 points. Lauren Prenger added 5 points, including 2 key free throws at the end of the game. Sarah Dirksen also hit a free throw late in the game to round out the scoring with 1 point.

 

On Thursday, December 17th, the 8th grade Lady Tigers defeated Miami East 41-38. Grace Osborne led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 19 points. Additional scoring included Taylor Wagner with 16 points and Sarah Stammen with 6 points. 

On Tuesday,  the 7th grade Lady Tigers lost against Parkway. Katey Litten, Ruthie Smith, and Lauren Prenger had 3 points each. Sarah Dirksen scored 2 as well.

The 8th grade Lady Tigers improved their record to 6-2 with a 62-8 victory over New Knoxville on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers were led in scoring by Taylor Wagner with 21 points. Additional scoring included Grace Osborne with 12 points, Sarah Stammen with 10 points, Madison Ware with 8 points, Karlie Litten with 7 points, and Molly Phelan and Brooke Bergman with 2 points each.

On Saturday, December 12th, the 8th grade Lady Tigers defeated Covington 42-34. Taylor Wagner led the Lady Tigers in scoring with 21 points. Additional scoring included Grace Osborne with 8 points, Sarah Stammen with 7 points, Karlie Litten with 4 points, and Madison Ware with 2 points. 

The 7th grade Lady Tigers traveled to Covington on Saturday. The Tigers were victorious over the Buccs by a score of 32-20. The team was led in scoring by Katey Litten with 13 points. Also scoring for the Tigers was Lauren Prenger and Jena Heitkamp with 6 each. Sarah Dirksen added 4 and Ruthie Smith added 3.

Boys Basketball

The Eighth grade boys basketball team lost 51 to 38 loss to Russia over the weekend. Scoring: Jace Watren- 15, James Schmitmeyer- 11, Tyler Barga- 4, Chase Monnin- 3, Ross Francis- 2, Landry Knore- 2, Ben Subler- 1. 

 

Additionally, they lost 51-17 to Coldwater. Scoring for the Tigers: James Schmitmeyer- 6, Jace Watren- 5, Cam Magoto- 2, Chase Monnin- 2, & Landry Knore- 2

 

Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Russia 47-37. Scoring for the Tigers Carson Bergman-3, Drake Ahrens-10, Zach Ward-9, Ethan Wilker-8, Tony Moorman-7, Eli Keiser-3, Cole Williams-3, Jack Borchers -1, & Camden Ahrens - 3. 

 

They also beat Coldwater 30-19.

Scoring for the Tigers were: Carson Bergman-4, Drake Ahrens-5, Ethan Wilker-13, Marcus Briscoe-2, & Jack Borchers-6. This is an 11 game win streak. 


The Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat St Henry last night 34-28. The Tigers are now 10-2, and on a 9 game win streak. Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-4 Drake Ahrens-5 Zach Ward-3 Camden Ahrens-3 Ethan Wilker-8 Tony Moorman-2 Cole Williams-4 Marcus Briscoe-2 Jack Borchers-3

 

The Eighth Grade boys basketball team dropped to 6 and 6 on the season with a 43 to 37 loss at St. Henry last night.  Scoring for the Tigers: Jace Watren- 15, Ross Francis- 8, James Schmitmeyer- 7, Landry Knore- 3, Chase Monnin- 2, Cam Magoto- 2


On 1-12-21 the Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Covington 59-26. The tigers crush Covington in the first half 41-11. Tigers also went on a 25-2 run in the 2nd quarter. Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-2 Brayden Wagner-3 Ian Bergman-4 Drake Ahrens-9 Zach Ward-4 Camden Ahrens-2 Ethan Wilker-12 Tony Moorman-6 Eli Keiser-2 Cole Williams-11 Marcus Briscoe-2 Jack Borchers-2 

The Eighth Grade Boys' Basketball team improved to 6 and 5 with a 50 to 40 victory over Covington on Tuesday.  Scoring for the Tigers: Jace Watren - 25, James Schmitmeyer- 9, Cam Magoto- 6, Ross Francis- 5, Leland Bolin- 2, Chase Monnin- 2, Garrett Thompson- 1 
 
On 12-29-20 the Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Miami East 37-14. The tigers had a tough time scoring vs East’s 1-3-1 zone but in the second half finally figured it out. Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-2 Drake Ahrens-11 Zach Ward-3 Camden Ahrens-2 Ethan Wilker-7 Eli Keiser-2 Cole Williams-4 Marcus Briscoe-6. 

   On 1-2-21 the Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Fort Loramie 53-13. The tigers defense got better every quarter and the tigers have scored over 50 points 4 times this year. Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-9 Drake Ahrens-14 Zach Ward-3 Ethan Wilker-4 Tony Moorman-2 Eli Keiser-3 Cole Williams-5 Owen Mendenhall-3 Marcus Briscoe-6 Jack Borchers-4 


    On 1-4-21 the Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Tri-Village 33-31 in overtime. The tigers just out beat Tri-Village with defense and showing more toughness then the other team. The tigers are now 8-2. Scoring for the tigers: Drake Ahrens-10 Zach Ward-4 Camden Ahrens-1 Ethan Wilker-4 Tony Moorman-2 Eli Keiser-4 Cole Williams-4 Marcus Briscoe-2 Jack Borchers-2 


On 12-15-20 the Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat New Knoxville 55-7. The tigers played lights out defense. They didn’t give up a point in the second and third quarter. Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-10 Brayden Wagner-3 Drake Ahrens-8 Camden Ahrens-6 Max Myers-2 Ethan Wilker-12 Tony Moorman-2 Eli Keiser-2 Cole Williams-9 Marcus Briscoe-1 

 

The Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Arcanum 50-43. The tigers were down In the first half but ran a great full court press in the second half and the Trojans couldn’t handle it. Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-4 Drake Ahrens-7 Camden Ahrens-5 Max Myers-1 Ethan Wilker-16 Cole Williams-4 Marcus Briscoe-9 Jack Borchers-4. 

 

The Versailles 7th grade boys basketball team beat Anna 51-39. The tigers got hot from 3 making 6 through out the game.  Scoring for the tigers: Carson Bergman-2 Brayden Wagner-3 Drake Ahrens-5 Zach Ward-9 Camden Ahrens-8 Ethan Wilker-12 Tony Moorman-3 Eli Keiser-2 Jack Borchers-7 

 

The Eighth Grade Boys Basketball team dropped their record to 3 and 4 on the season with a 55 to 39 loss to Anna on Monday. The Tigers battled back from a 12 point halftime deficit to cut the lead to 6 in the third but couldn't get enough stops to overcome the Rockets.  Scoring for the Tigers: Jace Watren- 22, Chase Monnin- 8, Ross Francis- 5, James Schmitmeyer- 4


The Eighth grade boys basketball team upped their record to 2 and 3 on the season with a 44 to 28 victory over New Knoxville on Tuesday.  Scoring for the Tigers: Jace Watren- 24, Landry Knore- 7, Cam Magoto- 6, Leland Bolin- 2, James Schmitmeyer-2, Chase Monnin- 2, Ross Francis- 1


Wrestling

On Saturday, January 23rd, the Versailles Tiger wrestlers won the 2nd Annual Versailles dual meet tournament.  Twelve teams participated in the dual meet tournament and the format was pool style.  The young Tigers dominated their pool by beating Northridge 78-9, Waynesville 79-18 and Eaton 57-31.  This left Versailles, Wapak, and Indian Lake left to battle it out for the tournament championship.  Versailles wrestled a very strong Indian Lake team who had exchanged wins with Versailles in a couple of meetings earlier this year.  The Tigers once again went toe to toe with Indian Lake beating them with tie breaker criteria by a final score of 46-45.  In the final dual of the afternoon, the task even got taller for the matmen considering they faced a Wapak team who had wiped the floor with them 64-24 the week prior.  In a true test of character, the Tigers would not be denied.  With several close matches and lots of lead changes, the dual meet ended up being a roller coaster ride.  A big overtime victory by Seth Shafer, set the crowd roaring and secured a Tigers victory with the final score of 41-40.  Wrestlers going undefeated on the day were: Sam Deland, Trey Huber, Seth Shafer, Brandt Patton & Quentin Grillot.


Last night, the JH wrestlers hosted Greenville.  The Tigers were able to dominate the dual meet by a final score of 73-16.  Recording wins for Versailles were: Sam Deland, Trey Huber, Seth Shafer, Evan Weaver, Blake Schmitmeyer, Cade Bergman, Emmit Demange, Brandt Patton, Quentin Grillot, Blake Henry, Logan Nerderman, Dalton Johns and Andrew Wuebker.  In exhibition action, the Tigers were able to win 4 of 6 matches.  Recording wins were: Caleb Bubeck, Colten Spradlin, Dan Rethman and Luke Kaiser.


On Saturday, the Versailles JH wrestlers hosted a quad meet versus Ben Logan, Troy and Wapak.  A quad consists of four teams wrestling one another in dual meet format.  The Tigers started off the day by defeating Ben Logan by a score of 67-22.  The second meet of the morning was against Troy, who the Tigers defeated by a score of 66-25.  In the final match of the day, the Tigers fell to a strong Wapak team by a score of 64-24.  Going 3-0 on the day were: Sam Deland, Trey Huber, and Andrew Wuebker.  The Tigers will host Greenville on Tuesday at 6:30 PM


On Saturday, January 9th, the Versailles JH wrestlers finished 2nd place out of 8 teams at the Wapak invitational. The Tigers had a total of 15 individual placers.  

Placing 1st for the Tigers were Trey Huber and Quentin Grillot.  

Cade Bergman finished the day with a record of 3-1 which secured a 2nd place finish.  

Placing 3rd for the Tigers were Blake Schmitmeyer and Emmit Demange.  

Securing 4th place finishes were: Sam Deland, Seth Shafer, Dale Petitjean, Hunter Williams and Andrew Wuebker.  

Evan Weaver & Brandt Patton secured 5th place finishes.  

Finishing 6th place for the Tigers were: Gavinn Simmons, Blake Henry and Logan Nerderman.


On Tuesday January 5th, the Versailles JH wrestlers hosted Brookville.  In an exciting dual meet the Tigers prevailed due to tie breaker criteria favoring them.  The meet ended with a score of 42-42, but since the Tigers had more pins than Brookville, per tiebreaker rules, Versailles was deemed the winner.  Winning matches for the Tigers were: Trey Huber, Sam Deland, Cade Bergman, Emmit Demange, Quentin Grillot, Blake Henry, Logan Nerderman and Hunter Williams.  Picking up wins in exhibition action were: Keegan Yagel, Dan Rethman, Dale Petijean, Evan Weaver, Logan Nerderman, Andrew Wuebker and Luke Kaiser.  

On Tuesday, the Versailles JH wrestlers defeated Miam East by a score of 63-18.  Recording wins for the Tigers were:Sam Deland, Trey Huber, Evan Weaver, Gavinn Simmons, Cade Bergman, Emmit Demange, Dale Petijean, Blake Henry, Logan Nerderman, Dalton Johns and Keenin Francis.  In exhibition action Keegan Yagle and Blake Schmitmeyer recorded wins. 

Over the weekend, Junior High Wrestlers traveled to the St. Marys Invitational. The Tigers went 4-1 on the day.  Going undefeated from an individual standpoint were: Sam Deland, Trey Huber, Quentin Grillot, Luke Kaiser, and Dale Petijean.  The Tigers will travel to Miami East today and then to Vandalia Butler on Saturday

On Tuesday, Versailles JH wrestlers dominated Covington by a score of 63-18.  Recording wins for the Tigers were: Trey Huber, Sam Deland, Gavinn Simmons, Cade Bergman, Emmit Demange, Daniel Rethman, Brandt Patton, Quentin Grillot, Blake Henry, Logan Nerderman, Dalton Johns, Andrew Wuebker, Dale Petijean and Luke Kaiser.

On Friday December 4th, the Versailles JH wrestlers hosted Troy, Greenville and Indian Lake in a quad style meet.  In the first dual meet of the night, Versailles was able to beat Troy by a score of 60-33.  

 Next, the Tigers wrestled Indian Lake which was the most exciting dual meet of the night.  Being down 36-40 late in the meet, Andrew Wuebker came up with a huge pin to give the Tigers a 42-40 point advantage.  Indian Lake then received a forfeit at the 245 lbs weight class to put them back on top 42-46.  The dual came down to Sam Deland, who pinned his opponent to secure a 48-46 team victory.

The Tigers then closed out the night with a domination victory over Greenville, defeating them 80-6.  The Tigers next challenge will come on Tuesday December 8th at home vs. Covington.

















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