Panther cagers win eighth straight

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The winning streak stretched to eight games for Fairbanks’ boys hoop squad on Tuesday.
The Panthers upped their record to 8-1 with a 62-31 triumph at Madison Plains.
The Golden Eagles were limited to just two points during the first eight minutes of action.
Fairbanks (which will host Greenon on Friday) took a 20-2 lead into the ensuing period and held a 30-17 margin at halftime.
Plains’ offensive struggles returned during the third quarter with only two points put on the board.
As such, the Panthers coasted into the fourth quarter with a 48-19 lead.
Tyler Beem and Mason Smith led FHS with 10 points apiece.
Fairbanks
Beem 4-1-10, Smith 5-0-10, Hackathorne 4-0-9, Murray 3-0-9, Miller 3-0-8, Standley 3-0-7, Nicol 2-0-4, Green 1-1-3, Galsterer 1-0-2, Brackenridge 0-0-0, Luke 0-0-0, Good 0-0-0, Herbst 0-0-0, Calder 0-0-0. Totals 26-2-62.
Three-point goals: Murray 3, Miller 2, Beem 1, Hackathorne 1, Standley 1.
Madison Plains
Gammell 2-3-8, Johnson 3-0-8, Holbrook 4-0-8, C. Ernst 1-0-3, Stires 1-0-2, Wright 1-0-2, R. Ernst 0-0-0, Cunningham 0-0-0. Totals 12-3-31.

Three-point goals: Johnson 2, Gammell 1, C. Ernst 1.

Pioneers roll to victory
Jonathan Alder’s boys claimed a 60-26 victory against Indian Lake and ran their record to 7-3 on the season.
The Pioneers (who will host London on Friday) held a 15-5 advantage by the end of the opening set and then limited the Lakers to eight markers over the second and third quarters.
Alder took a 26-9 spread at the turn and a 47-13 advantage into the final eight minutes of action.
Jackson Izzard led JA with 17 points, while Jackie Santa-Emma and Daniel Heinig each scored 10.
Jonathan Alder
Izzard 7-0-17, Santa-Emma 4-1-10, Heinig 5-0-10, Stevens 3-0-7, Koenig 2-2-6, Walker 3-0-6, Gower 1-0-2, Heimlich 1-0-2. Totals 26-3-60.
Three-point goals: Izzard 3, Santa-Emma 1, Stevens 1.
Indian Lake
Parker 2-0-5, Reichert 1-3-5, Jackson 2-0-4, Jacobs 1-0-3, Barnes 1-0-3, Fulkerson 1-0-3, Ramsey 1-0-2, Murphy 0-1-1. Totals 9-4-26.

Three-point goals: Parker 1, Jacobs 1, Barnes 1, Fulkerson 1.

Monarchs fall
Westerville North jumped out to a 24-13 lead in the first quarter and went on to beat Marysville’s boys, 66-60.
MHS (5-5) fought back during the second period and pulled to within 38-32 at the turn.
Phillip Hughes led Marysville with six points during that quarter.
Bodie Eberhart and Garrett Taylor each tallied six points during the third stanza as MHS narrowed the gap to 52-49.
Eberhart led the Monarchs, who will play at Hilliard Davidson on Friday, with 18 points.
Taylor scored 13, while Jack Christian and Hughes respectively tallied 11 and 10.
Westerville North
Keene 9-4-22, R. Perkins 6-2-14, Alston 5-1-11, C. Perkins 3-2-9, Lawrence 2-0-6, Rajroummale 2-0-4, Edwards 0-0-0. Totals 27-9-66.
Three-point goals: Lawrence 2, C. Perkins 1.
Marysville
Eberhart 8-0-18, Taylor 6-1-13, Christian 3-2-11, Hughes 5-0-10, Duke 4-0-8, Mills 0-0-0, Schaeffer 0-0-0, Brown 0-0-0, Siefring 0-0-0. Totals 26-3-60.

Three-point goals: Christian 3, Eberhart 2.

Cardinals fall
Triad’s boys dropped a 73-57 verdict to Greeneview during an Ohio Heritage Conference game.
In doing so, the Cardinals fell to 0-12 on the season.
Triad trailed, 36-28, at halftime and 52-41 by the end of the third stanza.
Jacob Simonelli was the lone Cardinal in double figures with 12 points.
Triad will return to action on Friday by hosting Southeastern.
Greeneview
Allen 7-2-21, Caudill 5-3-14, Wilson 5-0-10, Nix 3-0-7, Roseman 3-0-6, Tamplin 2-0-5, Lehutay 1-2-4, Butts 0-3-3, Dabney 1-0-3, Witt 0-0-0, Bone 0-0-0. Totals 27-10-73.
Three-point goals: Allen 5, Caudill 1, Nix 1, Tamplin 1, Dabney 1.
Triad
Simonelli 6-0-12, Oyer 3-3-9, Nott 3-0-8, Campbell 3-1-7, Lease 3-0-6, Bundy 2-0-6, O’Neal 2-1-5, Bails 1-2-4, Overholser 0-0-0, Carson 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0, Walls 0-0-0. Totals 23-7-57.
Three-point goals: Nott 2, Bundy 2.



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