Tiger boys get road win at Bascom

North Baltimore Boys Basketball picked up a coveted BVC road win last night, hanging on to beat Hopewell – Loudon in Bascom.

North Baltimore Boys Basketball picked up a coveted BVC road win last night, hanging on to beat Hopewell – Loudon in Bascom.

The Tigers built a halftime lead of 25 – 20, and then hung on in the third quarter, battling the Chieftans (4-7, 3-4 BVC)  for control of the game, still holding the 5 point lead. But in the 4th H – L fought back themselves back into the game, but fell a basket short, 46 – 44.

North Baltimore at 6-6, 3-3 BVC was let by NB’s 6′ 7″ junior, Chad Wright, who blocked 10 shots and hit for 17 points and 6 rebounds.

Sean Watson had 4 points, 4 steals and 7 assists; Levi Newcomer hit for 8 points; Lane Bishop had 7 points; Derek McMahon hit for 5 points inside, Noah Brian hit a 3, Jacob Pelton scored 2 points.

JV Boys:

Hopewell-Loudon picked up the win  48 – 26. Scoring for NB:

Julian Hagemyer – 7, Adam Flores – 5, Hunter Fleck – 4, Brody Naugle – 4, Noah Cotterman – 2, Chase Naugle – 2, Austin Ogg – 2

JV Record: 6-6 Overall, 3-3 BVC

photos by Ferg

Upcoming Boys HS Games:

Tue 1/27/15 @ Lakota

Fri 1/30/15 Home vs Pandora-Gilboa

Sat 1/31/15 @ Upper Scioto Valley

Lady Tigers battle Riverdale

Riverdale was too much for us in latter part of the 3rd quarter and 4th quarter. We had got the game within 7 points and then Riverdale just went into “go” mode and put it on us.

by Coach Burris
Riverdale was too much for us in latter part of the 3rd quarter and 4th quarter. We had got the game within 7 points and then Riverdale just went into “go” mode and put it on us.
Scoring for NB:
Davis 2-1–5,
Fleckner 0-2–2,
Boyer 2-2–7,
Trumbull 1-2–4,
Powell 3-1–7,
Rister 1-0–2,
Frost 5-3–16.
REBOUNDS: North Baltimore 31; Riverdale 23.
TURNOVERS: North Baltimore 14, Riverdale 11.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Riverdale, 45-31.

Freshman Basketball battles Findlay

The North Baltimore High School Boys Freshman team hosted the Findlay Freshman in The Jungle.

The North Baltimore High School Boys Freshman team hosted the Findlay Freshman in The Jungle.

The Tigers came up short in the contest by a score of 43 – 42.

photos and score reported by Ferg

 

BVC Girl’s B-Ball Stats and Standings – for Jan. 11

The posting of the Stats and Standings for Blanchard Valley Conference Girl’s Basketball through January 11, 2015.

The posting of the Stats and Standings for Blanchard Valley Conference Girl’s Basketball through January 11, 2015.

Liberty-Benton currently leads the league at 5 – 0. With Arlington at 4 – 0.

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BVC Boy’s Basketball Stats and Standings – Week 4 – Jan. 10

Here are the Blanchard Valley Conference Boy’s Basketball Stats and Standings for the 4th Week, January 10, 2015.

McComb and Liberty Benton currently are in 1st Place with 4 – 0 records in the league.

Here are the Blanchard Valley Conference Boy’s Basketball Stats and Standings for the 4th Week, January 10, 2015.

McComb and Liberty Benton currently are in 1st Place with 4 – 0 records in the league.

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Tiger hoops sweeps Ridgemont – Boys Dominate

The North Baltimore Tiger Boy’s hosted Ridgemont on Saturday, getting off to a slow and sluggish start, tied 10 – 10 at the end of the first quarter of play.

The North Baltimore Tiger Boy’s hosted Ridgemont on Saturday, getting off to a slow and sluggish start, tied 10 – 10 at the end of the first quarter of play.

In the 2nd period, NB stepped it up a notch, outscoring the Golden Gophers 16 – 10, taking a 26 – 20 lead into halftime. In the 3rd the Tigers opened the lead a little further  48 – 37 and put the game away in the 4th, taking the non-conference win 71 – 48.

NB was led by Chad Wright with a double-double scoring 22 points and pulling down 15 rebounds. The Tigers other big man, Derek McMahon also contributed a double-double scoring 12 and grabbing 11 rebounds.

Lane Bishop hit for double figures with 11 points. Noah Brian hit three treys scoring 9; Sean Watson hit 6 points; Jacob Pelton scored 4 points; Levi Newcomer added 3, with Brody Naugle and Tyler Snyder scoring 2 each.

Ridgemont was let by T. Stover with 18 points.

NB is now 3 – 6 overall and 1 – 3 in the BVC.

NB picked up the Junior Varsity win 40 -17.

 

McComb bests NB Boys in BVC play

The North Baltimore Tiger Boys basketball team took the short ride over to McComb for some BVC basketball with the Panthers.

The North Baltimore Tiger Boys basketball team took the short ride over to McComb for some BVC basketball with the Panthers.

NB got off to a slow start, falling behind 15 – 8, but made a strong comeback in the 2nd quarter to cut the lead to just one point, 26 – 25.

But in the 3rd quarter, McComb, one of the BVC leaders at  (6-1, 4-0), put it to the Tigers, outscoring NB 15 – 5 to take control of the game. NB tried to make a game of it in the final stanza, but could not overcome the 11 point deficit falling 58 – 51.

For the Tigers Noah Brian and Derek McMahon each scored 14 points with Lane Bishop adding 10 points. Chad Wright hit for 7, Levi Newcomer and Sean Watson scored 3 points each.

McMahon led NB in rebounding with 9. Newcomer had 2 steals and Watson had 3 assists.

NB falls to 2-6 overall and 1 – 3 in BVC play.

For McComb Blake Glaser hit for 16 points with 9 rebounds. Clay Grubb scored 14 points, with and 4 steals. Trey Hanes added 10 points for the Panthers.

photos by Ferg
BBB McComb 4
Lane Bishop splits the defenders and lays it in
BBB McComb 3
Chad Wright flushes one!
BBB McComb 2
Noah Brian starts the game with the hot hand
BBB McComb 1
Cheerleader Morgan Wright
BBB McComb JV 1
Tyler Bumpus saves the ball from going out of bounds
BBB McComb JV 2
Jet Ornpaeng takes a shot

Upcoming Boys HS Games:

Sat 1/10/15 Home vs Ridgemont (JV tips off at 6:00 – Varsity to follow)

Fri 1/16/15 Home vs Hardin Northern (JV tips off at 6:00 – Varsity to follow)

Lady Tiger B-ball beats MVCDS

The North Baltimore High School Girls Basketball team hosted Maumee Valley Country Day School in a non-league contest in The Jungle.

The North Baltimore High School Girls Basketball team hosted Maumee Valley Country Day School in a non-league contest in The Jungle.
NB wasted no time in gaining control of the game, moving out to a 35 – 20 lead at halftime and cruised home from there, picking up the 78 – 29 win.
Stats for NB were:
Lindsay Davis- 12 points
Cassidy Hiser- 4 points
Raegan Fleckner- 5 points, 4 steals, 4 assists
Taylor Grilliot- 2 Points
Bailey Boyer- 12 Points
Makayla Light- 2 points
Lacey Trumbull- 8 points, 4 steals, 4 assists
Kiah Powell- 12 Points
Emma Rister- 2 points
Caitlin Cook- 6 Points
Olivia Frost- 12 points, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks
Kennedie Jackson scored 16 points to lead MVCD
Score by quarters:
NB- 19-16-21-22
MVCD- 8-12-6-3
Rebounds:
NB- 34
MVCD- 19
Turnovers:
NB-19
MVCD- 40
photos by Ferg
GBB MVCDS 3
Raegan Fleckner nails a 3
GBB MVCDS 2
Bailey Boyer drives it in
GBB MVCDS 1
Lindsay Davis pulls up and pops a shot

Tiger Boys comeback fall short to Holgate in The Jungle

Holgate comes to North Baltimore High School, The Jungle, for some non-league hoops, holding off a Tiger comeback and picking up a one point win.

Holgate comes to North Baltimore High School, The Jungle, for some non-league hoops, holding off a Tiger comeback and picking up a one point win.

NB dug themselves a pretty good hole for three quarters, down 30 – 22 in an ugly shooting contest. But in the 4th the boys tried to get back into the game, outscoring Holgate 18 – 11, but fell short 41 – 40.

Chad Wright led the Tigers with a double – double, scoring 12 and grabbing 10 rebounds. Sean Watson scored 8 with 3 assists, Derek McMahan hit for 6 points, with Levi Newcomer and Noah Brian (3 steals) scoring 5 each. Lane Bishop managed 3 points and Chris Richmond 1 point.

Holgate was led by Jake Grim and Austin Bucholtz with 9 points each.

North Baltimore falls to 2 – 5 on the year.

photos by Ferg

Holgate also won the Junior Varsity game 48 – 35.