FORT RECOVERY — Cale Rammel and Clay Schmitz each hit four 3-pointers.

Two other players joined them in double figures.

Four players scored 11 or more points Saturday, carrying the Fort Recovery High School boys basketball team to a 73-39 victory against the Mississinawa Valley Blackhawks at Fort Site Fieldhouse.

It was a season-high point total and the largest margin of victory this year for the Indians (9-8).

Fort Recovery jumped out to a 23-4 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back. The advantage grew to 39-16 at halftime and was up to 33 points (56-23) heading into the fourth.

Rammel, who made three of his 3-pointers in the final two quarters, led all players with 33 points. Schmitz added 13 points, and Owen Jutte chipped in 12 points. Brian Bihn joined them in double figures with 11 points.

Fort Recovery’s junior varsity team also won, 44-25. Troy Homan led the Tribe (9-8) with 12 points, and Caleb Evers added nine points.



Tumblers 8th

RUSSIAVILLE — Jay County’s gymnastics team took eighth out of 14 teams Saturday at the Western Invitational.

The Patriots totaled 79.125 points. No other team scores were provided.

Kenzie Ring, a senior, took fifth overall on the floor exercise with her score of 8.7. She totaled 7.95 on balance beam for sixth, had 7.3 on uneven bars and 8.15 on vault for an all-around total of 32.1.

Macy Miller had her best score of 8.25 on vault. She added 6.275 on bars and 6.25 on beam.

Makinsey Murphy earned 8.15 on vault and 4.8 on beam, while Lilly Rogers scored 6.85 on floor and Karci Hopkins had 7.8 on vault.