Prep Roundup: Steiner scores 29, Dalton wins for sixth time in seven games

Tuesday, Jan. 24


Dalton 71, Northwestern 45

Jack Steiner had a big night, scoring a game-high 29 points to lead Dalton to another WCAL win. Braylon Wenger had another big night as well, scoring 21.

The Bulldogs have won six of their last seven games after a 2-5 start, improving to 7-2 in conference play.

Dalton: Jack Steiner 29 points, Braylon Wenger 21, Ethan Stutz 8

Northwestern: Brett Alberts 21 points, Anthony Welch 11, Owen Ferriman 8

Mansfield Senior 68, West Holmes 58

West Holmes: Zander Shultz 18 points, Zevin Proper 10, Mason Wolfe 10

Norwayne 72, Wellington 38

Norwayne: Justin Rupp 24, Ethan Hann 15, Braden West 12, Trey Bayless 10


Smithville 34, Orrville 17

Smithville: Naomi Keib 8 points, 6 rebounds; Audrey Sidle 8 points; Cammi Wickens 7 points; Madi Singer 5 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals


Wooster 2,652, Mansfield Senior 2,510

Wooster: Isaac Ebie 234-234, Gavin Ennis 233-222, Sam Fleming 268-181, Dawson Gaynor 216-190, Jared Legg 222

Triway 2,841, Louisville 2,326

Triway: Brandon Rich 236-231, Aeron Meshew 235-207, Owen Fiesler 224-181, Chad Harper 190-209


Wooster 1,988, Mansfield Senior 1,678

Wooster: Abbie Leiendecker 200-164, Abby Coleman 217-129, Chloe Bennett 162-151

Triway 2,614, Louisville 1,834

Triway: Emma Yoder 232-212, Addy Meshew 226-186, Danielle Densmore 168-192, Lindsay Miller 170-187, Kennedy Finley 144-172

Monday, Jan. 23


Triway 134.85, Wadsworth 127.8

Triway won its second straight NEGC title with a win over Wadsworth, with contributions coming from all over.

"We had some really good returning gymnasts this year," Triway coach Angie Mullen said. "They put in a lot of work to upscale their routines and develop new skills. They are really just a hardworking group of girls; they strive to be perfectionists and they don't stop until their routines are acceptable to them.

"... This is a truly amazing group of young ladies, they work hard, they are so sweet, they root for each other and are just good girls. It couldn't happen to a better group and it's pretty exciting."

Addi Hudson, Alyse Stutz and Ana Neuman led the way for the Titans, each finishing in the top three of at least one event.

"It's really amazing," Mullen said. "I mean last year, we didn't even think it was an option to win the league, but with every meet we won, we just finally decided, 'hey, this is just what we are going to do.' This year, we went into it with a mentality that we wanted to go back-to-back and made that our goal."

Triway: all-around - Addi Hudson (1st, 35.0), Alyse Stutz (34.5); vault - Addi Hudson (1st, 9.2), Alyse Stutz (2nd, 9.0); bars - Addi Hudson (1st, 8.7), Alyse Stutz (2nd, 8.25), Ana Neuman (3rd, 8.15); beam - Alyse Stutz (2nd, 8.55); floor - Addi Hudson (1st, 9.0), Ana Neuman (3rd, 8.85)


Central Christian 34, Kingsway 23

Central Christian: Fry 13 points, Kozel-Steiner 10

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