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Panthers rally in final quarter to beat Apaches

Kylie Standfest scored 20 points Tuesday and combined with Joselyn Martinez to rally the Eastbrook girls’ basketball team past Wabash 48-45 with their 3-point shooting.

Standfest and Martinez combined to hit 9-of-18 from behind the 3-point arc and they rallied the Panthers who trailed 33-31 entering the fourth quarter. Martinez and Sarah Foulk each finished with 12 points, and Zoie Ratliff led with seven assists.

Eastbrook (9-8) had jumped in front 14-9 after one quarter but trailed 20-19 at halftime.

“We shot the ball extremely well in the second half and had big ‘3s’ from Kylie and Josie,” Panthers coach Jeff Liddick said. “We found a way to win instead of a way to lose and that’s big for us.”

Eastbrook hosts Oak Hill at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Girls basketball

Taylor 66, Madison-Grant

The Argylls (3-14) dropped their seventh straight game Tuesday evening to visiting Taylor (10-7).


Giants drop meet to Bluffton

Bluffton pulled out a 248-99 victory over the Marion boys’ and girls’ swim teams Tuesday evening.

Jonathan Reynolds won two individual events, the 200-yard individual medley and 100 breaststroke, and teamed with Tyler Morgan, Zach Stephens and Joseph Powell to win the 200 medley relay.

Gabriella Vermilion in 1-meter diving was the only Giant to win a girls’ event.

Jonathan Reynolds 200 individual medley 100 breaststroke

200 medley Tylor Morgan Jonathan Reynolds Zach Stephens Joseph Powell 

Girls swimming

Oak Hill 110, Huntington North 73

The Golden Eagles had five individual winners Monday night and pulled out a victory over the Vikings.

Hayleigh Elliott led a 1-2-3 sweep of the 1-meter diving by scoring 208.055 points, followed by Lexi Ozmun and Sarah Wing. The Eagles also had firsts from Lily Miller in the 200-yard freestyle; Lizzie Wood in the 100 freestyle; Ashtin McDivitt in the 500 freestyle, and Kinsey Price in the 100 breaststroke.

Oak Hill’s 200 freestyle relay of Judy Wood, Mallory Cheek, Lizzie Wood and Khloe Price also placed first.

Boys swimming

Oak Hill 125, Huntington North 50

Landon White was a double winner Monday and the Eagles had a 1-2-3 sweep in 1-meter diving to get past the Vikings.

White swam to firsts in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 breaststroke. Caiden Lake captured diving with 353.05 points while Braden Wagner took second and Owen Brookshire third.

Other Oak Hill winners were Arik Gamble in the 200 freestyle and Samuel Boyer in 500 freestyle.

Oak Hill swept the three relay events: Macallister Cheek, Blake Lefavour, Dallas Poor and Jack Erickson won the 200 medley; Cheek, Lefavour, Jack Thompson and White won the 200 freestyle, and Griffin Overmyer, Tyson Hamilton, Gamble and Celeb Rex captured the 400 freestyle.