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Kellie Brodman-Angel

September 22, 2017

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Boys' bball: Pirates overwhelm Waynesfield

Bluffton High School boys' basketball team more than doubled the score on Waynesfield-Goshen on Monday, winning 78 to 37.

Luke Denecker, Bluffton, led all scorers with 25 points.

The box score is attached.

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Cleveland Indian fans can get in on a Q&A

Feb. 7 at Ohio Northern

Robert “Bob” DiBiasio, the Cleveland Indians senior vice president of public affairs, and Jim Rosenhaus, the Indians radio announcer, will conduct a question-and-answer session from 9 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 7, in James F. Dicke Hall on the campus of Ohio Northern University. The event is free and open to the public.

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Koenig hits 25 as BHS stops Pandora-Gilboa

Bluffton defeated Pandora-Gilboa in girls' basketball, 57-34. The Pirates were led by Alivia Koenig's 25 points, and today scored her 100th career 3 pointer. The Rockets were led by Brittney Hovest, with 10 points.

Attached you will find the box score

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BHS girls move to 10-4 overall and 4-0 in NWC

Bluffton stops Paulding 55-42

Averey Rumer was leading scorer for the Bluffton High School girls' basketball team tonight in a win over Paulding.

It was Bluffton 55 to Paulding's 42 and BHS moved to 10-4 overall and 4-0 in Northwest Conference action.

Paulding moves to 4-11 and 3-2 in NWC play.

ATTACHED IS THE BOX SCORE

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Girls' basketball: Pirates defeat Van Buren 65-35

Bluffton High School girls' basketball team nearly doubled the score on Van Buren on Tuesday in a non-conference game.

BHS won 65 to 35, scoring 37 points in the first half.

The box score is attached.

 

 

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Can't want for this wrestler to be on the BHS varsity

 Bluffton's Junior High wrestling team competed at Archbold Invitational this past weekend. 

Eighth grader Jeremy Sturgeon took first place in the 86 pound weight class.  He won all five matches for the day with 4 pins and one tech fall. (Amy Mortimer photo)

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Boys' bball: Pirates too much for Ft. Jennings

Gabe Denecker scores 17; Luke Denecker scores 17

Bluffton High School boys' basketball team defeated Ft. Jennings on Saturday 66-52.

The Pirates were led by Gabe Denecker and Luke Denecker, both with 17 points. The Musketeers were led by Luke Trentman with 16 points.

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Girls' bball: Rumer leads BHS over Waynesfield

Bluffton High School girls' basketball team defeated Waynesfield-Goshen 58-41 on Saturday in non-conference action.

Averey Rumer led the Pirates with 23 points and 11 rebounds, and the Tigers were led by Bailie Barrington with 12 points.

The game box score is attached.

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It's Bluffton over Lincolnview

Luke Denecker lead Pirates with 15 points

Bluffton High School boys' basketball team defeated Lincolnview 51-40 at home on Friday. Luke Denecker led the Pirates with 15 points. The box score is below.

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Bluffton Diamond Sports already thinking about spring training

Registration for Bluffton youth softball and baseball now underway

It’s January but Bluffton Diamond Sports is already dreaming about spring training, according to Brad Dailey.

Registration is underway for spring teams involving:
• baseball teams for: 7-8 year-old boys, Little League (9-10 age), Junior Pony (11-12) Junior High,
• softball teams for: Coaching Pitch (8-10), Tri-County 11-13) and Junior High

A registration form is attached at the bottom of this story or you may go online, CLICK HERE to register.

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