Basketball - Boys

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Huron/Vermilion

The boys varsity basketball team split in action over the weekend with a tough loss at Huron and a win at Vermilion. The boys were led on Saturday by Dylan O'Dell who scored 18 points, Drew Sneider who scored 16 points, and Patrick Amburgy who chipped in 6 points. The boys return to action this Friday at home against Oak Harbor. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball - Winter Break

The boys varsity basketball dropped three games over winter break to Norwalk St. Paul, Willard, and Port Clinton. The boys were led this past Saturday by Grant Ott, who chipped in 11 points, and Dylan O'Dell, who contributed 7 points against PC. The boys are going to work to shake off their winter break shooting woes, and bounce back this Friday at our SBC rival Huron. More +

JV Boys Basketball vs. Port Clinton

This past weekend the Boys basketball teams hosted the Port Clinton Redskins.  The JV boys were able to use good defense and balanced scoring to defeat the Redskins 35-24.  Clay Byington lead all scores with 13 while Brady Barker had 10.  This improved the JV record to 5-3.  The Chargers have a double weekend ahead on the road against Huron and Vermilion.  Go Chargers! More +

Varsity/JV Boys Basketball vs. Woodmore

The boys varsity basketball team won a close game with Woodmore last night with a score of 66 to 62. The boys were led by Connor Romell, who scored 19 points including a free throw to put us up 4 with time winding down. Grant Ott, chipped in 18 point, Dylan O'Dell scored 9 points, Seth Thompson and Patrick Amburgy both added 7 points apiece. The boys are back in action Saturday at Norwalk St. Paul.

Last night the JV boys basketball team traveled to Woodmore.  Even though it was a tough night shooting the basketball, the boys managed to eke out a win 31-30.  Clay Byington led all scorers with 13 points.  The boys play again this Saturday at St. Paul.
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Varsity Basketball vs. Margaretta/Bellevue

The boys varsity basketball team had two hard fought 1-loss games this weekend. The Chargers lost their first game of the season at Margaretta after a thrilling 11 point rally brought us back to a tied game with less than a minute remaining. Saturday, the boys shook off the tough loss, and played well at home against Bellevue only to come up one point shy of a victory again. In both games, the boys played well and competed until the end. Thank you to the students and faculty that came out to support us this past weekend.  The boys will look to bounce back this Wednesday night at Woodmore and Saturday night at Norwalk St. Paul. More +

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Margaretta

The Freshman boys basketball team got out scored 13-3 in the fourth quarter and lost to Margaretta Friday night by a score of 36-31.  Troy Rutherford led all scorers with 14 while Jack Brown contributed with 11 points, Dominic Dymond pitched in with 4 and Max Hoover scored 2.  The boys next game is against Willard, More +

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Danbury

The Freshman boys basketball team improved their record to 2-0 with a 46-40 victory over Danbury last night.  Max Hoover and Troy Rutherford led the Chargers in scoring with 12 points each, Jack Brown tallied 11 points while Dominic Dymond contributed with 9 points and Kade Garn pitched in with 2.  The boys next game is at Margaretta Friday. More +

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. New London

The Freshman boys basketball team defeated New London Friday night in their home opener by a score of 39-24.  Troy Rutherford led all scorers with 17 points, Jack Brown scored 10 while Dominic Dymond tossed in 8 and Brock Tice contributed with 4 points.  The Freshman boys next game is against Danbury on December 11th at 5:30. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. New London/Danbury

The boys varsity basketball team started out their season this past weekend by defeating New London and Danbury to improve to 2 and 0. The boys were led in scoring by Patrick Ambury, who scored 23 and 19 over the weekend. Dylan O'Dell added 8 and 11 points. Drew Sneider scored 15 points and Connor Romell added 11 points on Saturday. Thank you to all the students who came to support the team over the holiday weekend! More +

JV Boys Basketball vs. New London/Danbury

On opening weekend the JV boys basketball team had a successful run as they played New London and Danbury on Friday and Saturday nights. The Chargers handled the New London Wildcats with ease winning 38-15.  A balanced scoring attack made it difficult to be stopped.  Noah Smith led all scorers with 9 followed by Clay Byington with 8.  On Saturday the Chargers took on a very chaotic Danbury Lakers team but won 56-29. Noah Smith and Cameron Smith led the Chargers with 13 points a piece followed by Troy Rutherford's 10 points.  The Chargers are back in action next Friday on the road against Margaretta! More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Oak Harbor

The boys varsity basketball team lost to Oak Harbor this past Friday on Senior Night. The boys played well, and were led by Seniors Carson Ehrhardt, Larry Kessler, and Caleb Bissell as they did all season. Lincoln Meredith chipped in 3 three pointers, as well. The boys return to action this Wednesday at Willard High School when they take on Lexington in the Sectional Semi-Finals at 8:00 p.m. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Willard/Western Reserve

The boys varsity basketball team lost two tough games this past weekend against Willard and Western. The boys were led in scoring Friday by Carson Ehrhardt and Dylan O'Dell, who scored 12 and 11 points respectively. The boys were led in scoring Saturday night by Larry Kessler, who scored 21 points. The boys are back in action this Friday when we host Oak Harbor for Senior Night. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Port Clinton/South Central

The boys varsity basketball split this weekend with a win at Port Clinton on Friday and a loss Saturday against South Central. The boys were led Friday by Carson Ehrhardt and Larry Kessler, who each scored 16 points, and Lincoln Meredith who scored 11. The boys were led Saturday by Patrick Amburgy's 18 points, and Larry Kessler who scored 17. The boys are back in action tomorrow night when we host SBC rival Huron. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Firelands

The boys varsity basketball team lost this past Saturday to Firelands. The boys were led in scoring by Larry Kessler who had 15 points, and Carson Ehrhardt who chipped in 9 points. The boys return to action this Friday, when they travel to Port Clinton. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Tiffin Calvert

The boys varsity basketball team lost on the road last night to Tiffin Calvert. The boys were led in scoring by Larry Kessler, who scored 17 points and Lincoln Meredith who contributed 8 points. The boys return to action tomorrow night when we host Bellevue. Please come out and support the #AnneStrong spaghetti dinner, and our Chargers tomorrow night! More +

Varsity/Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Vermilion

The boys varsity basketball team lost a tough game at Vermilion over the weekend. The boys were paced by Larry Kessler and Carson Ehrhardt, who scored 14 and 12 points. The boys return to action tomorrow night at Tiffin Calvert and Friday night at home v. Bellevue. 

Friday night the boys basketball teams traveled to Vermilion to take on the Sailors.  The freshman boys played a well hard fought game but came up short in a heart breaker as they lost 31-30.  Noah Smith and Clay Byington each led the Chargers with 8 points each while Brady Barker and Gabe Rang added 6 points each.  The Chargers play tomorrow night on the road at Tiffin Calvert.  Game starts at 4:30.
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Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Margaretta

Freshman Boys Basketball hosted Margaretta on Tuesday.  The Chargers jumped out to a 15-2 lead in the first couple quarters and managed to hold on with a 37-28 victory after being beat by 30 earlier in the year.  Clay Byington lead all scores with 14 points, Jacob Robinson chipped in 7, and Brady Barker added 6.  The team shot 10 for 11 from the free throw line.  The Chargers face Vermilion tonight at Vermilion. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Margaretta

The boys varsity basketball team lost a tough game to conference rivals Margaretta Tuesday. The boys had a balanced scoring attack led by Larry Kessler, Carson Ehrhardt, and Lincoln Meredith. The boys will be back in action this Friday at Vermilion. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Port Clinton/Willard

The boys varsity basketball team defeated Port Clinton last Thursday 73-57. Leading the team in scoring was Larry Kessler, who scored 17, Carson Ehrhardt had 15, Patrick Amburgy had 12, Caleb Bissell had 11, and Dylan O'Dell scored 10 points. The boys lost in action at Willard this past Saturday, and were led again by Larry Kessler, who scored 18 points and Carson Ehrhardt who scored 13 points. The boys return to action this Friday at Oak Harbor. More +

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Port Clinton

Last night the freshman boys basketball team hosted the Port Clinton Redskins in a conference matchup.  The freshman played a solid game and manufactured a 41-25 victory.  Keegan Smith lead the Chargers with 8 points, Clay Byington added 7, Garrett McQuillen tallied 6, Brady Barker, Noah Smith, and Gabe Rang added 4.  The boys are back in action tomorrow at Willard! More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Vermilion/St. Mary's

The boys varsity basketball team lost two hard fought games over the weekend against Vermilion and a well-coached St. Mary's team. The boys were led in scoring by Larry Kessler, who had 13 in both games. Caleb Bissell scored 6 Friday, Patrick Amburgy had 7 Saturday, and Andrew Neate scored 5 Saturday. The boys will be back in action this Saturday v. Norwalk St. Paul. More +

JV Boys Basketball vs. Vermilion/St. Mary's

The JV boys basketball team lost to Vermilion Friday 49-38.  Luke Bissell lead Edison in scoring with 13 points while Andrew Neate scored 8.  Saturday the JV team lost to St Mary's 43-32, Lincoln Meredith was the high scorer for the Chargers with 7.  The boys are back in action Saturday against St Paul. More +

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Vermilion/St. Mary's

On Friday night the freshman basketball team took on Vermilion at home.  After a hard fought first half battle the Chargers were down one at the break.  A scoreless 3rd quarter made the difference in the Chargers being defeated 36-24.  Clay Byington led the Chargers with 9 points. On Saturday night the boys hosted St. Mary's in a non-conference matchup.  The Chargers physicality was the difference maker as they dominated inside the paint and won 35-19.  Keegan Smith lead all scores with 10 points while Clay Byington added 8 and Brady Barker and Noah Smith had 6 each.  The freshman play at home on Wednesday night against Western Reserve starting at 5:30 More +

JV Boys Basketball vs. Margaretta

The boys JV basketball team lost a hard fought battle to Margaretta Friday night by a score of 39-32.  Andrew Neate led the Chargers in scoring with 13 points while Conrad Kluding tossed in 8 tallies.  The boys are back in action Friday at home against Vermilion. More +

JV Boys Basketball vs. Perkins

The boys JV basketball team took the Perkins Pirates into overtime on Tuesday night but came up short by a score of 37-34.  Grant Ott was the game high scorer with 12 points while Lincoln Meredith tossed in 7 points.  Luke Bissell contributed with 6 points while Andrew Neate pitched in with 5.  The boys next game is Friday at Margaretta. More +

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Perkins

The boys varsity basketball team lost a tough game to Perkins last night 44 to 31. The boys were led in scoring by Larry Kessler, who had 10 points, and Seth Thompson, who had 8 points. Carson Ehrhardt and Patrick Amburgy added 7 and 6 points. The boys will play again this Friday night at Margaretta. More +

JV Boys Basketball vs. New London

The Boys JV basketball team won their season opener by defeating New London 42-40.  Luke Bissell led Edison in scoring with 13 points, Grant Ott scored 9 while Andrew Neate tossed in 8 points and Conrad Kluding contributed with 6 points.  The boys next game is at home against Perkins on Tuesday. More +
Varsity 2019-20
 
VARSITY
NUMBER NAME GRADE HT. POSITION
2 Grant Ott 11 6’1 Guard
4 Connor Romell* 12 5’11 Guard
5 Dylan O’Dell* 11 6’1 Guard
10 Seth Thompson* 12 6’2 Forward
11 Lincoln Meredith* 11 5’11 Guard
12 Will Daneker 11 6’3 Forward 
20 Conrad Kluding 11 6’1 Forward
21 Luke Bissell 11 6’0 Guard
22 Drew Sneider 12 6’2 Forward
23 Jalen Kegarise 11 6’2 Forward
24 Patrick Amburgy* 11 6’2 Guard
30 Andrew Neate* 11 6’3 Forward
33 Patrick McManus* 11 6’3 Forward
 *Returning Lettermen
Head Coach: Kyle Hammond
Asst. Coach: Drew Schaeffer
Asst. Coach: Michael Eirons

JUNIOR VARSITY
NUMBER NAME GRADE HT. POSITION
1 Brady Barker 10 5’9 Guard
2 Gabe Barnett 11 5’9 Guard
10 Noah Smith 10 6’0 Guard
12 Hayden Fox 10 6’1 Forward
20 Troy Rutherford 9 6’2 Guard
21 Gabe Rang 10 6’1 Forward 
23 Jalen Kegarise 11 6’3 Forward
24 Clay Byington 10 6’1 Guard 
33 Keegan Smith 10 6’1 Forward
34 Cameron Smith 10 6’0 Forward 

JV Coach: Dan Campana
Asst. Coach: Dustin Sharp

FRESHMAN
NUMBER NAME Gr. HT. POSITION
4 Brock Tice 9 5’7 Guard
14 Jack Brown 9 5’7 Guard
12 Dominic Dymond 9 5’9 Forward
20 Troy Rutherford 9 6’0 Guard
32 Max Hoover 9 5’7 Forward
24 Kade Garn 9 5’8 Guard

Freshman Coach: Mark Frankboner
 
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