Division III – District Final
Versailles 62, Mariemont 51
Congratulations to the Versailles Tigers boys basketball team on their OHSAA D-III district championship! They will play Springfield Shawnee in the Region 12 regional on 3/10/21 at 8:00 PM at Vandalia-Butler High School.
Division IV – District Final
New Bremen 47, St. Henry 41
Congratulations to the New Bremen Cardinals boys basketball team on their OHSAA Division IV Wapakoneta District championship, they will move on to the OHSAA Division IV Van Wert Region 14 regional and will play Antwerp on March 9th at 8:00 PM.
Congratulations to the St. Henry Redskins boys basketball team on a great season and tournament run.
The high school basketball careers of three very good players in the Midwest Athletic Conference came to an end over the previous week.
In girls basketball, Paige Gaynier ended her high school basketball career with 1,376 total points, which made her the all-time leading scorer in girls basketball at St. John’s High School and put her in 13th place on the Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball all-time scoring list.
In girls basketball, Heidi Rethman ended her high school basketball career with 1,014 total points, which put her in 8th place on the girls basketball all-time scoring list at Marion Local High School and 46th place on the Midwest Athletic Conference girls basketball all-time scoring list.
In boys basketball, Dylan Hughes, from Parkway High School, ended his high school basketball career with 1,215 total points, which put him in 20th place on the Midwest Athletic Conference boys basketball all-time scoring list.
Congratulations to these three Midwest Athletic Conference student-athletes on their accomplishments and best wishes in the future!
A special thank you to Dave Knapke, from Minster, for maintaining and sharing the Midwest Athletic Conference basketball all-time scoring lists.
Congratulations to the Minster Wildcats, Coach McClurg and his assistant coaches on their 2020-2021 Midwest Athletic Conference boys basketball team championship. They finished the conference schedule with a perfect 9-0 record, it is the Wildcats 2nd MAC boys basketball championship, a shared title in the 1974-1975 season and an outright title this season.