NTC TOURNAMENT: Fearday hits 1,000 point milestone in win over CHBC; Altamont, Dieterich cruise to wins

Jan. 25—ALTAMONT — St. Anthony defeated CHBC in the fourth game of the NTC Tournament, 76-32.

The Bulldogs led 25-9 at the end of the first, 46-14 at halftime and 68-32 after the third. St. Anthony outscored the Bobcats 8-0 in the fourth.

Brock Fearday and Ryan Schmidt each led St. Anthony with 17 points each. Fearday scored points 1,000 and 1,001 of his career with 5:01 left in the first quarter after kissing a shot off the glass. He posed for pictures after the game with signs honoring his accomplishment.

Collin Westendorf had 16 points. Max Koenig had five. Henry Brent and Nick Ruholl each had four. Will Fearday, Brady Hatton and Maddox Wideman each had three and Sam Link and Aiden Lauritzen each had two.

Clayton Wojcik led CHBC with 16 points. AJ Radloff had eight. Gage Lorton had five and August Cosart had three.


Below are the results of the rest of the games from Tuesday and Wednesday.


St. Elmo/Brownstown 73, Louisville (North Clay) 62

SEB defeated North Clay in the fifth game of the NTC Tournament, 73-62.

The Eagles led 17-8 after the first quarter, 36-28 at halftime and 52-41 at the end of the third. Both teams scored 21 points in the fourth frame.

Adam Atwood led SEB with 23 points. Collin Maxey had 21. Cade Schaub had 17. Josiah Maxey had 10 and Brody Mason had two.

Cody Zimdars led the Cardinals with 20 points. Carder Walden had 13. Gavin Hosselton had 11. Ethan Kuenstler had 10. Jesse Weidner had four and Lucas Griffey and Mason Byers each had two.


Dieterich 62, Farina (South Central) 20

Dieterich defeated South Central in the third game of the NTC Tournament, 62-20.

The Movin Maroons led 23-5 after the first quarter, 36-10 at halftime and 55-12 after the third. The Cougars outscored Dieterich 8-7 in the fourth.

Landen Keck led the Movin Maroons with 20 points. Lucas Westendorf had 13. Caleb Gephart had nine. Brock Niemerg had five. John Holste had four. Tanner Will had three and Blake Niemerg, Andrew Hall, Jaxon Funneman and Luke Wente each had two.

Jacob Smith and Callaway Smith each had seven for South Central. Westin Neilson had four and Seth Bergmann had two.

Altamont 71, Stewardson-Strasburg/Windsor 44

Altamont defeated WSS in the second game of the NTC Tournament, 71-44.

The Indians led 17-4 after the first quarter, 35-17 at halftime and 57-35 at the end of the third. Altamont outscored the Hatchets 14-9 in the fourth.

Kaidyn Miller led the Indians with 17 points. Aden McManaway and Dillan Elam each had 13. Eli Miller had 11. Kade Milleville had seven and Alec Jahraus and Kaden Davis each had five.

Jackson Gurgel led WSS with 15 points. Nathaniel Gracey had 11. Connor Manhart had seven. Aiden Sayers had four. Brody Hendrickson had three and Rylan Rincker and Seth Rincker each had two.

Beecher City/Cowden-Herrick 53, Neoga 49

CHBC defeated Neoga in the first game of the NTC Tournament, 53-49.

The Bobcats led 14-11 after the first quarter, 33-25 at halftime and 41-33 at the end of the third. The Indians outscored CHBC 16-12 in the fourth.

Wojcik led the Bobcats with 29 points. Lorton had 10. Carson Evans had seven. Kaidyn Calame had six and Radloff had one.

Trey Sheehan led Neoga with 22 points. James Bullock had 17. Gavin Ray had eight and Carter Young had two.

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