Three Rockets honored by N10

Three Rockets honored by N10

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Mo Britton lofts a shot toward the bucket during Ridgedale’s game against visiting Upper Sandusky this season.

Mo Britton lofts a shot toward the bucket during Ridgedale’s game against visiting Upper Sandusky this season.

Three Ridgedale Rockets were honored this week as members of the 2014-15 All Northern 10 Conference basketball teams.

Junior Mo Britton was the top Ridgedale honoree as he was named to the boys second team.

Britton averaged 14.4 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 steals a game for the Rockets, who finished 8-17 overall as a Division IV Central District semifinalist.

Ridgedale’s boys were 5-13 in conference play for seventh place.

Ridgedale senior Jacob Cannon was tabbed for a spot on the boys honorable-mention squad.

Cannon averaged 9.9 points and 8.1 rebounds a contest.

Ridgedale sophomore Megan Mulvaine was chosen as an honorable mention on the girls team.

Mulvaine averaged 9.9 points and 5.7 rebounds a game this winter for Ridgedale, which was 4-19 overall.

The Lady Rockets fashioned a 3-15 conference record for ninth place.

Senior Todd Entenmann of Colonel Crawford was picked as the boys player of the year. He averaged 20.7 points and 5.6 rebounds per game.

His coach, David Sheldon, was the league’s boys coach of the year. Sheldon guided the Eagles to the N10 title with a 17-1 record, and his squad was 23-2 overall.

Joining Entenmann on the boys first team were Colonel Crawford senior Dylan Gulley (12.2 ppg., 6 assists, 3.5 steals a game); Carey seniors Jared Wentling (22.8 ppg., 8.3 rebounds) and Zach Boes (14.2 ppg., 6.9 rebs.); senior Austin Wurm (18.5 ppg., 5.5 rebs.) and junior Grant Loy (14 ppg., 7.1 rebs.) of Buckeye Central; and Upper Sandusky sophomore Wes Vent (15.2 ppg., 7.6 rebs.).

Carey junior Sydney Wentling was the girls player of the year and a first-teamer. Wentling accounted for 18.7 points, 5.6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3.5 steals per contest.

Lady Blue Devils coach Phil Vaughn was the girls coach of the year. Vaughn piloted Carey to the N10 crown with a spotless 18-0 record, and his club was 21-2 in all games.

The other girls first-teamers were Wynford senior Ellie Richmond (14.7 ppg.); Carey junior Shelby Kin (18.5 ppg., 8.8 rebs.); junior Seina Adachi (22.6 ppg., 5.5 steals) of Seneca East; Junior Kelci Simms (12.4 ppg., 9.6 rebs.) of Bucyrus; and freshmen Jenna Karl (14.8 ppg., 7 rebs., 5.2 assists) of Bucyrus and Abigail Fogle (17.4 ppg.) from Upper Sandusky.

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ALL NORTHERN 10 TEAMS

To see a complete list of the All Northern 10 Conference basketball teams, turn to the scoreboard section on page 2B.

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