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Feb. 22 - Varsity - Div. IV Sectional (Tiffin Columbian H.S.) - Arlington 72, Woodmore 46 - Woodmore came in as the #8 seed against the #5 seed Arlington, but despite being the underdog, built as much as a nine point lead (16-7) in the first quarter before settling for a 19-13 edge after one quarter.  The little run at the end of the opening quarter by Arlington set the stage for the rest of the game as Arlington would outscore the Wildcats, 65-33, after Woodmore led 16-7 in the first quarter.  Arlington took their first lead at 23-21 with 2:35 left in the second quarter outscoring the Wildcats 10-2 to open the quarter and would never trail the rest of the way.  Woodmore trailed 28-25 at the break.  Arlington steadily built their lead in the third quarter winning the frame, 18-13, to lead 46-38 after three quarters.  And, Arlington put the game away with a 13-4 run to start the fourth quarter to build a 59-42 edge with 4:32 remaining.  Senior Jack Everett led the Wildcats with 14 points , 10 of those in the first half, and senior Jon Everett added 12 points.  Arlington had a 30-16 edge in field goals and an 8-7 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 10-of-12 at the line, Arlington was 4-of-9.  Arlington advances with a 17-6 record while Woodmore ends the season with a 7-16 mark.

Feb. 17 - Varsity - Eastwood 53, at Woodmore 40.  After trailing early by as many as eight points (14-6) and by 10 points (20-10) after one quarter, Woodmore whittled away at the deficit getting a close as one point on two occasions late in the third quarter (31-30 at the 3:38 mark and 33-32 at the 1:51 mark which was the score at the end of the third quarter).  Eastwood would score eight of the first 10 points of the fourth quarter to build a 41-34 lead with 3:09 remaining.  Woodmore would can a pair of three-point shots around an Eastwood field goal to cut the deficit to three points (43-40) with 2:04 remaining.  At that point, Woodmore would not score another point in the game and Eastwood would score the final 10 points of the contest.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher scored 19 points, 11 in the second half, and senior Jack Everett added eight points.  On senior night for the Wildcats, Eastwood had a 19-15 edge in field goals and a 4-3 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 7-of-8 at the line, Eastwood was 11-of-15.  JV - Eastwood 42, at Woodmore 21.  The Wildcats trailed 18-2 after one quarter and 28-5 at halftime.  Sophomore Brody Ish scored nine points to lead the Wildcats.  Sophomore Mitchell Gillig and Kaiden Orcelletto both scored five points.  Freshman - Eastwood 36, at Woodmore 25.  In a close game all the way, Eastwood won the fourth quarter, 16-7, to earn the victory.  Woodmore led 6-4 after one quarter, 13-12 at halftime, and Eastwood held a small 20-18 edge after three quarters.  Freshman Ryan Maynard led Woodmore with 11 points while freshman Logan Migliori added six points.

Feb. 14 - Varsity - at Old Fort 81, Woodmore 54.  The Wildcats trailed 28-20 after one quarter, 42-29 at halftime, and 60-42 after three quarters.  The Wildcats got as close as 48-36 midway through the third quarter before Old Fort responded by scoring eight straight points to go up by a 56-36 score.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher scored 16 points and junor Luke Morris added 12 points.  Old Fort had a 35-19 edge in field goals and an 8-5 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 11-of-13 at the line, Old Fort was 3-of-4.  JV - at Old Fort 59, Woodmore 41.  Woodmore trailed 11-2 after one quarter, 30-17 at halftime, and 38-22 after three quarters.  Sophomore Kaiden Orcelletto scored 12 points while sophomore Parker Hahn added nine points.

Feb. 13 - Three Woodmore players earned honorable mention All-Northern Buckeye Conference honors in the recent vote of the league coaches.  Senior Jack Everett, junior Luke Morris, and sophomore Brady Thatcher earned league honors.  Everett is averaging 7.8 points per game and 5.0 rebounds per game, which leads the team.  He also leads the team with 64 assists.  Morris leads the team averaging 11.6 points per game and 4.8 rebounds.  Morris is second on the team with 25 three-point field goals.  Thatcher is averaging 11.5 points and 3.0 rebounds.  He leads the team with 29 three-point field goals.  

Feb. 10 - Varsity -Rossford 74, at Woodmore 27. Woodmore got outscored, 41-9, in the middle two quarters and trailed 54-18 after three quarters.  Junior Luke Morris led Woodmore with 13 points.  Rossford had a 28-10 edge in field goals and an 11-6 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 1-of-1 at the line, Rossford was 7-of-8.  JV -Rossford 34, at Woodmore 23.  Woodmore trailed 5-0 after one quarter, 12-7 at halftime, and 26-11 after three quarters. Sophomore Harry LaMunyon led the Wildcats with six points.

Feb. 4 - Varsity - at Woodmore 53, Lakota 30. The Wildcats won the second quarter, 15-1, to build a 26-8 halftime edge and went on to earn the non-league victory.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher scored 20 points, 16 in the first half, and junior Luke Morris scored 15 points.  Woodmore had an 18-11 edge in field goals, and a 6-5 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 11-of-17 from the line, Lakota was 3-of-14.  JV - Lakota 35, at Woodmore 10. Woodmore trailed 11-2 after the first quarter and 25-5 at halftime. Sophomores Brody Ish and Harry LaMunyon each scored three points. Freshman - Lakota 30, at Woodmore 25.  Woodmore trailed 4-2 after one quarter, 13-7 at halftime, and 20-18 after three quarters.  Freshman Brandon Kayser scored nine points and freshman Ryan Maynard added eight points.

Feb. 3 - Varsity - at Woodmore 50, Elmwood 47 (OT) - The Wildcats scored the first five points in overtime then held on for the win.  Elmwood made good on a field goal with 6.3 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime tied at 45.  Woodmore got a field goal and two free throws from senior Jack Everett and one free throw from senior Jon Everett to take a 50-45 lead in overtime.  Elmwood had a last attempt at a three-point field goal to tie the game with only a few seconds left that missed the mark.  Woodmore led 14-11 after one quarter and 27-19 at halftime.  Woodmore took a 34-30 lead to the final quarter.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher scored 16 points, 14 in the first half, for the Wildcats while Jon Everett scored 12 and Jack Everett added nine points.  Elmwood had a 20-18 edge in field goals while Woodmore had a 5-2 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 9-of-15 at the line, Elmwood was 3-of-7. JV - Elmwood 32, at Woodmore 22 - Woodmore won the first quarter, 8-4, but was outscored, 28-14 the rest of the game.  Sophomore Brody Ish scored 11 points to lead the Wildcats.  Freshman - at Woodmore 24, Elmwood 22.  In close game all the way, the Wildcats got eight points from freshman Brandon Kayser and six points from Logan Migliori to earn the victory.

Jan. 31 - Varsity - at Fostoria 65, Woodmore 53.  The Wildcats hung in there for most of the game trailing 16-8 after one quarter and 26-20 at halftime.  The Wildcats started the third quarter by hitting three three-point field goals in the first two minutes to take a 29-28 lead with 6:11 remaining. Fostoria would go on a 9-2 run after that to forge a 37-31 lead with 2:24 left in the quarter.  Woodmore would then close to within 37-36 on a three-point field goal from sophomore Brady Thatcher. But, that would be a close as the Wildcats would get.  Fostoria scored the final seven points of the quarter to lead 44-36 after three quarters.  The Redmen then scored the first five points of the fourth quarter to build a 49-36 lead with 6:40 left in the game.  Woodmore would never cut the deficit to less than 10 points the rest of the way.  Thatcher and junior Luke Morris both scored 17 points as Morris hit four three-pointers and Thatcher two.  Fostoria had a 28-16 edge in field goals, but Woodmore had an 8-2 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 13-of-16 from the line, Fostoria 7-of-14.  JV - at Fostoria 54, Woodmore 14.  The Wildcats were outscored 23-4 in the third quarter to trail 46-12.  Sophomore Mitchell Gillig scored seven points.  Freshman - at Fostoria 46, Woodmore 27.  Woodmore trailed 15-2 after one quarter.  Freshman Camdyn Schwartz led Woodmore with 15 points.

Jan. 27 - Varsity - at Woodmore 44, Otsego 40. In a closely played game all the way, Woodmore led twice by seven points, once in the second (19-12) and once in the third quarters (29-22).  The verdict was decided in the final minute of the game.  Woodmore led 14-10 after one quarter and 24-20 at halftime.  Woodmore took a 37-34 lead to the final stanza.  Otsego tied the game at 38 in the fourth quarter with 4:44 remaining.  After the teams traded baskets to make it 40-all, sophomore Brady Thatcher converted a three-footer in the line with 1:26 left to make it 42-40.  Otsego came down and took the clock all the way down to under 10 seconds when Woodmore junior Luke Morris blocked a field goal attempt by the Knights with 6.3 seconds left and Woodmore collected the loose ball and senior Jack Everett was fouled and converted two free throws with 1.2 seconds left to ice the win.  Thatcher led Woodmore with 18 points, 12 in the first half, while Everett collected 11 points, nine of those in the first half.  Otsego had a 17-15 edge in field goals, but Woodmore had an 8-3 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 6-of-8 at the line, Otsego was 3-of-7. JV - Otsego 43, at Woodmore 17. Woodmore trailed 8-3 after one quarter and 22-6 at halftime.  Sophomore Brody Ish scored 15 points on five three-pointers. Freshman - Otsego 45, at Woodmore 11.  Woodmore trailed 13-3 after one quarter and 22-7 at halftime.  Freshman Brandon Kayser scored six points.

Jan 24 - Varsity - Woodmore 51, at Lake 45.  After the teams were tied at 21 at halftime, Woodmore won the third quarter, 10-5, to take a five-point lead to the final quarter.  Lake scored the first six points of the fourth quarter to take a 32-31 lead with 6:24 left.  The teams then traded baskets on the next five possessions until a three-pointer by senior Liam McCarthy gave Woodmore the edge, 40-36, that would be the difference in the game.  McCarthy's basket came with 4:10 remaining and Lake would only get a close as two points the rest of the way.  With the score 40-38 with 2:55 left, Woodmore would score eight of the next 10 points to forge a 48-40 lead with 28 seconds left.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher scored six of the eight Woodmore points in the run.  Junior Luke Morris led the Wildcats with 17 points, 11 coming in the first half, while Thatcher added 10 points, senior Jon Everett scored nine points and McCarthy scored eight.  Lake actually had an 18-16 edge in field goals, but Woodmore had a 6-4 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 13-of-17 at the line, Lake was 5-of-14.  JV - at Lake 51, Woodmore 24.  Woodmore trailed 12-1 after one quarter and 25-9 at halftime.  Sophomore Brody Ish scored 19 points, which included five three-point field goals.  Freshman - at Lake 39, Woodmore 10. Woodmore trailed 14-7 at halftime and 25-7 after three quarters.  Freshman Caleb Dunn scored eight points.

Jan. 21 - Varsity -  St. Joseph CC 59, at Woodmore 42. Woodmore trailed 22-17 at halftime and were outscored 37-25 in the second half.  Junior Luke Morris scored 17 points and sophomore Brady Thatcher added 12 points.  SJCC had a 23-17 edge in field goals and a 6-5 edge in three-point field goals.  SJCC was 8-of-12 at the line while Woodmore was 2-of-9.  JV - at Woodmore 43, St. Joseph CC 30.  Sophomore Brody Ish led the Wildcats with 23 points hitting five three-point field goals.  Freshman - St. Joseph CC 26, at Woodmore 20.  Woodmore was outscored 18-8 in the second half.  Freshman Ryan Maynard led Woodmore with eight points.

Jan. 20 - Varsity - Genoa 67, at Woodmore 31.  The Wildcats were outscored, 17-5, in the second quarter to trail 32-16 at halftime after trailing only 15-11 after the first quarter.  Woodmore scored the first five points of the third quarter to pull within 32-21, but Genoa would score 14 of the next 17 points in the game to forge a 46-24 lead with 3:01 left in the quarter to put the game away.  Over the final three quarters, Woodmore was outscored, 52-20.  Genoa had a 27-12 edge in field goals with both teams canning four three-point field goals.  Genoa was 9-of-16 the line, Woodmore was 3-of-6. JV - Genoa 37, at Woodmore 15.  Woodmore trailed 22-6 at halftime and 29-12 after three quarters.  Sophomore Brody Ish led the way for Woodmore with nine points. Freshman - Genoa 39, at Woodmore 19.  Woodmore trailed 16-6 after the first quarter, 20-11 at halftime, and 29-16 after three quarters.  Freshman Caleb Dunn scored seven points to lead the Wildcats, freshman Ryan Maynard and Logan Migliori each scored five points.

Jan. 14 - Varsity - at Woodmore 44, Gibsonburg 34. Woodmore led most of the way in this one holding a 13-11 lead after one quarter.  They then won the second quarter, 11-4, to build a 24-15 halftime edge.  Gibsonburg got as close as four points on three occasions in the third quarter, the last time late in the stanza at 28-24.  But, Woodmore would score the last three points to take a 31-24 edge to the final quarter.  Woodmore kept that advantage most of the quarter still leading 38-29 at the 2:29 mark and the teams traded points the rest of the way.  Junior Luke Morris led Woodmore with 16 points, including hitting 7-of-8 at the charity stripe in the fourth quarter.  Senior Preston Sorg hit three three-pointers for nine points in the contest.  Woodmore had a 14-13 edge in field goals, and a 7-5 edge in three-pointers.  The Wildcats were 9-of-12 at the line, Gibsonburg was 3-of-6.  JV - Gibsonburg 43, at Woodmore 32.  In a close game most of the way, Woodmore trailed 9-7 after one quarter, 22-21 at halftime, and 33-27 after three quarters.  Sophomore Kaiden Orcelletto scored 13 points, sophomore Michell Gillig scored six points, and sophomore Brody Ish scored five points.

Jan. 13 - Varsity - at Eastwood 76, Woodmore 72 (2 OT). Woodmore outscored Eastwood, 37-25, in the third and fourth quarters to tie the game at 57 sending it to overtime.  Woodmore won the fourth quarter, 18-10.  Woodmore trailed by 11 points at late as midway through the third quarter and still trailed by nine points early in the fourth quarter, 49-40, before outscoring Eastwood, 17-8, through end of the quarter.  A three-point field goal at the fourth quarter buzzer from senior Jack Everett sent the game to the extra time.  Neither team led by more than three points in the first overtime.  Woodmore tied the game in the first overtime at 65 with 43.9 seconds left on two free throws by junior Luke Morris.  After an Eastwood field goal with 23.9 seconds left, an Everett lay up with 12.3 seconds left sent the game to a second overtime.  After the teams traded field goals early in the second extra period, Eastwood's Brady Weaver hit a field goal and converted a three-point play around a Woodmore turnover to give Eastwood a 75-70 edge with 1:36 left.  Everett converted two free throws with 1:26 left to make it 75-72.  After an Eastwood turnover, Woodmore had a field goal attempt blocked.  But, Eastwood would fail on two free throw attempts with 22.6 seconds left to keep it a three-point game.  With 5.2 seconds left, Woodmore missed a three-point field goal attempt and Weaver hit one free throw with 2.5 seconds left to secure the win.  Weaver scored all eight Eastwood points in the second overtime, 11 points in both overtimes, and 32 in the game.  Everett led Woodmore with 22 points, 20 in the second half and the overtimes.  Morris added 21 points with 17 of his points coming in he second half, including the overtimes.  Woodmore scored 15 points in the overtimes with Everett and Morris scoring 13 of those.  Senior Jon Everett, who scored 12 points in the game, scored the other two points in overtime.  Both teams had 25 field goals, with Woodmore having a 10-6 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 12-of-17 at the line while Eastwood was 20-of-32.  JV - at Eastwood 41, Woodmore 27.  Eastwood steadily pulled away in the game leading 11-5 at halftime and 24-18 after three quarters.  Sophomore Mitchell Gillig scored eight points, sophomore Brody Ish added seven points, and sophomore Colin Mangus scored six points.  Freshman - at Eastwood 29, Woodmore 14.  Woodmore trailed 10-0 after one quarter, 18-4 at halftime, and 28-12 after three quarters.  Freshman Caleb Dunn scored five points, freshman Ryan Maynard added four points, and freshman Jacob Youngless scored three points.

Jan. 7 - Varsity - at Rossford 61, Woodmore 27. The Wildcats played a strong first half, and trailed just 24-17 at halftime.  But, Rossford won the third quarter, 28-5, to build a 52-22 advantage.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher led the Wildcats with 10 points, all coming in the first half,  while senior Jon Everett added seven points.  Rossford had a 23-9 edge in field goals, and had a 6-5 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 4-of-6 from the line while Rossford was 9-of-12.  JV - at Rossford 52, Woodmore 23.  Woodmore trailed 22-7 at halftime and 40-20 after three quarters.  Sophomore Brody Ish led the Wildcats with 14 points.

Jan. 3 - Varsity - Woodmore 56, at Elmwood 45.  After a close first half, Woodmore led 15-14 at halftime, Woodmore won the second half, 41-31, to earn the road Northern Buckeye Conference win.  Woodmore started the final quarter with a 28-24 lead and hit three three-pointers to start the stanza to build a 37-28 lead with 5:33 left.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher hit two of the three-pointers and sophomore Izaiah Wilson connected on the other.  A Thatcher lay up and another Wilson three-pointer pushed the advantage to 42-31 with 3:58 left.  The teams traded points the rest of the way.  Thatcher scored 22 points, 18 in the second half, and junior Luke Morris added 15 points, 11 in the second half.  Wilson chipped in with 10 points.  Woodmore had a 17-15 edge in field goals and an 8-2 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 14-of-24 from the stripe, Elmwood was 13-of-18.  JV - at Elmwood 32, Woodmore 15 (Brody Ish 5 pts., Kaiden Orcelletto 5 pts).  Freshman - at Elmwood 41, Woodmore 17 (Camden Schwartz 7 pts.)

Dec. 29 - Varsity - at Edison 70, Woodmore 47.  Woodmore trailed 12-8 after one quarter, but scored the first eight points of the second quarter to take a 16-12 lead.  From that point, Edison went on a 17-6 run to build a 29-22 lead at halftime.  Edison then scored 15 of the fist 17 points of the third quarter to lead, 44-24 with 3:48 left in the quarter.  Woodmore would get no closer than 16 poitns the rest of the way.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher led Woodmore with 20 points and senior Jon Everett scored 10 points.  Edison had a 27-19 edge in field goals, including a 9-3 edge in three-pointers.  Edison hit all seven of their free throws while Woodmore was 6-of-11 at the stripe.  JV - at Edison 51, Woodmore 32.  Woodmore led 6-5 after one quarter, but were outscored, 28-14, over the middle two quarters to trail 33-20 heading to the fourth quarter.  Sophomore Brody Ish led the Wildcats with 11 points and sophomore Parker Hahn added seven points.

Dec. 16 - Varsity - Fostoria 65, at Woodmore 30. Fostoria led 17-10 after the first quarter and then won the second quarter, 21-10, to build a 38-20 halftime edge.  Woodmore would score just 10 points in the second half.  Junior Luke Morris led Woodmore with 12 points.  Fostoria had a 27-10 edge in field goals and a 7-0 edge in three-point field goals.  Fostoria was 4-of-7 from the stripe, Woodmore was 10-of-20.  JV - Fostoria 40, at Woodmore 30.  Wooodmore was outscored, 12-3, in the third quarter to turn a 17-14 game at halftime into a 29-17 deficit after three quarters.  Woodmore scored 14 points in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough.  Sophomore Brody Ish scored 18 points hitting 4 three-pointers.  Sophomore Mitchell Gillig added six points.  Freshman - Fostoria 51, Woodmore 10.  Woodmore trailed, 28-10 at halftime and didn't score in the second half.  Freshman Brandon Kayser scored five points.

Dec. 13 - Varsity - at Oak Harbor 55, Woodmore 32. Oak Harbor led 11-7 after one quarter and 24-16 at halftime.  Both teams scored 11 points in the third quarter before Oak Harbor won the fourth quarter, 20-5.  Oak Harbor scored the first seven points of the final quarter to take a 42-27 lead with 6:47 left and won going away.  Senior Jack Everett scored 11 points to lead the Wildcats.  Senior Jon Everett added seven points and sophomore Brady Thatcher scored six points.  Oak Harbor had a 21-12 edge in field goals, and a 9-5 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 3-of-3 from the line while Oak Harbor hit all four of their free throws.  JV - at Oak Harbor 45, Woodmore 11.  Woodmore trailed 15-0 after one quarter and 24-5 at halftime.  Sophomore Parker Hahn scored five points while sophomores Kyle Mangus and Kaiden Orcelletto scored three points apiece.

Dec. 9 - Varsity - at Otsego 62, Woodmore 48.  After trailing for most of the first half, Woodmore went on a 13-5 run to start the third quarter to turn a 29-25 disadvantage at halftime into a 38-34 lead with 3:15 left in the quarter.  That would be Woodmore's biggest lead.  From that point, Otsego scored nine of the last 11 points in the quarter to re-gain the lead, 43-40, to end the stanza.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher canned a three-point shot at the 6:19 mark of the fourth quarter to tie the score at 43-all.  At that point, Otsego went on a 17-3 run to take a 60-46 lead with 1:21 left in the game.  Otsego scored 11 of their 17 points in the run at the foul line.  Senior Jack Everett led the Wildcats with 17 points while senior Jon Everett added nine points.  Thatcher scored eight points and senior Liam McCarthy and sophomore Izaiah Wilson each scored six points.  Otsego had a 21-18 edge in field goals as both teams sank six three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 6-of-8 at the charity stripe, Otsego was 14-of-20 at the line.  JV - at Otsego 57, Woodmore 15.  Woodmore trailed 14-4 after one quarter and 34-8 at halftime.  Sophomore Parker Hahn scored four points for the Wildcats.  Freshman - at Otsego 46, Woodmore 11 (Jacob Youngless 6 pts.).

Dec. 7 - Varsity - at Northwood 60, Woodmore 48. The Wildcats trailed 12-8 after one quarter and 29-16 at the half.  After cutting the deficit to 10 (41-31) after three quarters, the Wildcats got as close as eight points twice in the final stanza, the last time at 52-44 with 2:12 remaining.  Northwood would score six of the next eight points to take a 58-46 lead with 1:02 left.  Junior Luke Morris scored 16 points, 12 in the second half, while senior Jack Everett and sophomore Brady Thatcher each scored 10.  Northwood had an 18-16 edge in field goals while Woodmore hit eight three-pointers to six for Northwood.  Woodmore was 11-of-15 at the charity stripe, Northwood was 18-of-28.  JV - at Northwood 65, Woodmore 28.  Woodmore was outscored, 23-2, in the third quarter as Northwood turned a 23-20 halftime edge into a 46-22 advantage after three quarters.  Sophomore Mitchell Gillig led Woodmore with 10 points while sophomore Kyle Mangus added six points. Freshman - at Northwood 31, Woodmore 13 (Brandon Kayser 3 pts., Jacob Youngless 3 pts.).

Dec. 3 - Varsity - Port Clinton 60, at Woodmore 38.  Port Clinton led 18-11 after one quarter and extended their advantage by outscoring Woodmore, 29-15 in the middle two quarters, to take a 47-26 lead to the final stanza.  Senior Jack Everett led the Wildcats with 14 points while sophomore Brady Thatcher scored 13.  Port Clinton had a 23-17 edge in field goals and a 6-2 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 2-of-6 at the charity stripe while Port Clinton converted 8-of 10.   JV - Port Clinton 39, at Woodmore 36.  Port Clinton led 15-8 after one quarter and 19-15 at halftime.  They still led 33-22 after three quarters, but the Wildcats made it interesting at the end winning the final stanza, 14-6.  Sophomore Parker Hahn led Woodmore with 14 points while sophomore Mitchell Gillig added nine points. Freshman - Gibsonburg 61, at Woodmore 15 (Brandon Kayser 6 pts.).

Dec. 2 - Varsity - at Woodmore 66, Lake 57 - After building a 17-14 lead after one quarter, Woodmore outscored Lake, 35-22, in the middle two quarters to take a 52-36 lead to the final stanza.  The final score was as close as Lake got in the fourth quarter.  Junior Luke Morris led the way for the Wildcats with 25 points, 16 in the second half, and sophomore Brady Thatcher added 20 points, 12 in the first half.  Senior Jack Everett scored eight points and senior Jon Everett scored six points.  Woodmore had a 24-20 edge in field goals while Lake hit six three-pointers to five for Woodmore.  The Wildcats were 13-of-19 from the charity stripe and Lake was 11-of-16.  JV - Lake 48, at Woodmore 35.  Lake led 24-13 at halftime and extended the advantage to 38-23 after three quarters.  Sophomore Mitchell Gillig scored 10 points and sophomore Izaiah Wilson added eight points.  Sophomore Parker Hahn scored seven points.  Freshman - Lake 31, at Woodmore 20.  Lake led 15-8 at halftime and 21-12 after three quarters.  Freshman Ryan Maynard and Logan Campbell each scored six points.

Nov. 29 - Varsity - at Genoa 58, Woodmore 36 - After a close first quarter, Genoa led 15-9 at the end of the opening stanza, Woodmore was outscored, 33-16, in the middle two quarters as Genoa built a 48-25 edge.  Junior Luke Morris and senior Jon Everett led the Wildcats with nine points apiece.  Sophomore Brady Thatcher added six points.  Genoa had a 15-8 edge in field goals and an 8-4 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 8-of-15 at the charity stripe while Genoa was 4-of-13.  JV - at Genoa 45, Woodmore 14.  Genoa led 20-7 at halftime and 32-8 after three quarters.  Sophomores Harry LaMunyon and Mitchell Gillig led the Wildcats with five points apiece.  Freshman - at Genoa 49, Woodmore 10.  Genoa led 25-0 after one quarter and 30-5 at halftime.  Freshmen Ryan Maynard and Camdyn Schwartz led Woodmore with four points apiece.

Feb. 26 - Woodmore had one player earn a spot on the Northern Buckeye Conference all-league team as voted upon by the league's coaches.  Senior Aaron Miller was a second-team selection after averaging 9.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 2.3 assists.  He shot 73.2% from the foul line on the season.

Feb. 25 - Varsity (Div. III sectional - Hopewell-Loudon H.S.) - Willard 52, Woodmore 46.  Woodmore led after one quarter (12-6), at halftime (25-20), and after three quarters (34-33), but could not hold on for the upset win.  Woodmore held Willard scoreless for the first 4:45 of the game building a 7-0 advantage that would set the stage for most of the game.  Freshman Brady Thatcher hit a three-pointer at the first quarter buzzer to give the Wildcats the six-point edge.  Willard scored the first four points of the second quarter, and although Woodmore led for the entire quarter, a four-point lead was the biggest until Woodmore ran off five unanswered points late to take a 25-18 lead.  Willard scored the last points of the quarter to trail by five.  Willard started the third quarter scoring eight of the first 10 points to take their first lead at 28-27 with 5:29 left.  Woodmore would respond by scoring the next seven points to take a 34-28 lead with 1:59 left.  Willard would score the last five points of the frame to make it 34-33 after three quarters.  In the final quarter, the game was tied at 36 and 38 before Willard took the lead for, what turned out to be good, on a field goal at the 3:33 mark that made the score 40-38.  After a Woodmore free throw, Willard hit a three-pointer, but Woodmore's Jack Everett converted an old-fashioned three-point play to make it 43-42 with 2:42 left.  Willard hit another three-pointer with 2:24 left to make it 46-42.  Aaron Miller converted a rebound layup with 1:28 left to make it 46-44.  But, Willard would put the game away at the line hitting a pair of free throws with 1:17 left, one free throw with 52.7 seconds left, and two free throws with 40.5 seconds left to make it 51-44.  Two Woodmore free throws with 12.7 seconds left closed the scoring.  Freshman Brady Thatcher scored 19 points, 12 in the first half, while senior Aaron Miller added 15 points.  Junior Jack Everett added eight points.  Willard had a 19-17 edge in field goals while Woodmore had a 5-4 edge in three-point field goals.  Both teams were 8-of-14 at the line.

Feb. 22 - Varsity (Div. III sectional - Hopewell-Loudon H.S.) - Woodmore 61, Van Buren 58 (OT).  Van Buren led 13-12 after one quarter and built a 28-19 advantage at halftime scoring the last nine points of the second quarter.  Woodmore outscored Van Buren, 19-11, in the third quarter on the strength of five three-pointers from senior Duane Perkins who scored 17 of the 19 Woodmore points in the frame.  Woodmore scored 11 of the first 15 points of the third quarter, but never took the lead.  The closest they got was one point (39-38) at the end of the quarter.  In the fourth quarter, which Woodmore won, 11-10, the Wildcats took the lead (45-44) with 1:57 left on a field goal from senior Aaron Miller.  Miller canned two free tosses with 1:30 left to make it 47-44.  Van Buren  converted a field goal with 42.5 seconds left to make it 47-46.  Miller converted two free throws with 42.5 seconds left to make it 49-46.  Van Buren tied the game on a three-pointer with 33 seconds left and Woodmore had three shots at the win in the final eight seconds, but could not convert and the game went to overtime.  Woodmore got the first points of overtime, a Jack Everett field goal with 3:41 left, and Woodmore would never trail again.  Woodmore led 54-52 with 2:15 left when Miller converted two free throws with 51.0 seconds left and senior Bryce Sandwisch hit one free throw with 39.4 seconds left to make it 57-52.  After Van Buren hit a three-pointer with 29.3 seconds left to make it a two-point game, Perkins converted two free throws with 25.4 seconds left and Brady Thatcher iced it with a layup with 8.7 seconds left to make it 61-55.  Perkins finished with 22 points while Miller added 14 points, 10 of those in the fourth quarter and overtime, Thatcher scored 12 points, half of those coming in the first quarter, and Everett added 10 points.  Van Buren had a 24-20 edge in field goals and Woodmore had a 10-9 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 11-of-13 at the line, Van Buren was 1-of-3.  The Wildcats, the #10-seed, advance to play Willard, the #3-seed, in the sectional final.

Feb. 18 - Varsity - Fostoria 63, at Woodmore 44.  Fostoria led 9-6 after one quarter and 27-15 at halftime.  Woodmore made a run in the third quarter outscoring Fostoria, 10-4, to pull within 31-25 with 4:31 left.  Woodmore was still within 33-27 with 2:20 left in the third quarter, when Fostoria would score the next 10 points to take a 43-27 lead early in the fourth quarter and would never look back after that.  Freshman Brady Thatcher led Woodmore with 18 points while senior Bryce Sandwisch added 10 points.  Fostoria had a 27-16 edge in field goals, but Woodmore had a 6-5 edge in three-point field goals.  Woodmore was 6-of-6 from the line, Fostoria was 4-of-8.  JV - Fostoria 71, at Woodmore 41.  Fostoria led 17-7 after one quarter and 41-11 at halftime.  Junior Preston Sorg and freshman Brody Ish both scored nine points to lead the Wildcats.  Freshman - Fostoria 12, at Woodmore 10.  Fostoria led 4-3 after one quarter.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig led Woodmore with four points.

Feb. 15 - Varsity - at Woodmore 41, Edison 36.  In a close game all the way, Woodmore won the fourth quarter, 13-6, to earn the non-league win.  Woodmore led 11-10 after one quarter and Edison led 24-22 at halftime.  Edison took a 30-28 edge to the final stanza.  In the fourth quarter, Woodmore tied it at 30-all with two free throws from Liam McCarthy with 7:13 left.  Senior Aaron Miller would tack on a layup with 6:37 left and freshman Brady Thatcher canned a three-point field goal with 5:52 left to give Woodmore a 35-30 edge.  Edison fought back to 35-34 with 4:00 left, but Woodmore would get a layup from senior Bryce Sandwisch with 1:22 left and a Miller layup with 51.3 seconds left to make it 39-34.  Three points would be a close as Edison would get the rest of the way.  Sandwisch led the way with 13 points while Miller added 12 points.  Woodmore had a 15-14 edge in field goals while Edison had four three-pointers to three for Woodmore.  Woodmore was 8-of-15 at the stripe, Edison was 4-of-6.  JV - Edison 37, at Woodmore 23.  Edison led 9-6 after one quarter and 17-11 at halftime.  Freshman Izaiah Wilson led Woodmore with seven points, while junior Albert Lulgjuraj and freshman Brody Ish both scored six points. Freshman - Edison 15, at Woodmore 11.  Woodmore led 11-7 after one quarter.  Freshman Kyle Mangus scored six points.

Feb. 12 - Varsity - Old Fort 78, at Woodmore 38. Old Fort led 18-11 after one quarter, but Woodmore got as close as they would the whole game scoring nine of the first 15 points of the second quarter to pull within 24-20 at the 5:05 mark.  Old Fort would proceed to score the last 16 points of the second quarter to take a 40-20 halftime edge.  Old Fort won the third quarter, 22-14, to take a 62-34 edge to the final stanza.  Freshman Brady Thatcher led Woodmore with 10 points while senior Aaron Miller added eight points and senior Bryce Sandwisch scored seven points.  Old Fort had a 33-14 edge in field goals while Woodmore had five three-pointers to four for Old Fort.  Woodmore has 5-of-5 at the line, Old Fort was 8-of-10.  JV - Old Fort  65, at Woodmore 11.  Old Fort led 18-2 after one quarter and 48-4 at halftime.  Junior Alex Trevino and freshman Izaiah Wilson each scored four points to lead Woodmore.

Feb. 11 - Varsity - Rossford 74, at Woodmore 46. Rossford built a 22-14 lead after one quarter and led 38-24 at halftime.  Woodmore trailed 54-35 after three quarters.  Freshman Brady Thatcher scored 15 points to lead Woodmore while senior Aaron Miller added nine points.  Rossford had a 29-19 edge in field goals and a 13-8 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 0-for-1 at the stripe, Rossford 3-of-5.  JV - Rossford 41, at Woodmore 30.  Rossford led 9-3 after one quarter and 18-13 at halftime.  Woodmore trailed 28-21 after three quarters.  Junior Preston Sorg scored 12 points to lead Woodmore while freshman Brody Ish added 10 points.  Freshman - Rossford 24, at Woodmore 8. Rossford led 14-2 after the first quarter.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig led Woodmore with four points.

Feb. 7 - Varsity - Elmwood 52, at Woodmore 42.  Elmwood outscored Woodmore, 14-5, over the final 5:13 of the game to open up a one-point contest and earn the win.  In a close game most of the way, Elmwood led 12-10 after one quarter and 24-21 at halftime.  Elmwood then opened up a 34-23 lead with 2:42 left in the third quarter scoring 10 of the first 12 points of the stanza.  But, Woodmore bounced right back scoring the next nine points to close to within 34-32 heading to the fourth quarter.  Woodmore got within one point on two occasions in the final quarter - 36-35 with 5:45 left, and the final time at 38-37 with 5:13 left.  From that point, Elmwood would score the next eight points to take a 46-37 lead with 2:09 remaining.  Woodmore would get as close as 48-42 with 59.5 seconds left the rest of the way.  Senior Aaron Miller led Woodmore with 16 points, half of those in the fourth quarter, and senior Bryce Sandwisch added 12 points, 10 of those in the first half.  Elmwood had a 22-17 edge in field goals, but Woodmore had two of the three made three-pointers in the contest.  Elmwood was 7-of-16 the the stripe, Woodmore was 6-of-9.   JV - Elmwood 50, Woodmore 26.  Elmwood led 14-3 after one quarter and 25-6 at halftime.  Junior Albert Lulgjuraj and freshman Kyle Mangus each scored six points.  Junior Preston Sorg added five points. Freshman - Elmwood 21, Woodmore 11.  Elmwood led 14-3 after one quarter.  Freshmen Parker Hahn, Mitchell Gillig, and Kyle Mangus each scored three points.

Feb. 5 - Varsity - Woodmore 39, at Lakota 32.  The two teams exchanged halves in which they had problems offensively, Woodmore the first half and Lakota the second, as the Wildcats scored the last eight points of the game to earn the victory.  Lakota led 13-5 after one quarter and 23-11 at halftime, but Woodmore would allow just nine total points to Lakota in the second half.  Woodmore won the third quarter, 15-5, to close to within 28-26 entering the final quarter.  A Bryce Sandwisch layup tied the game at 28-all with 6:54 left.  Freshman Brady Thatcher hit a three-pointer with 5:23 left to give Woodmore its first lead, 31-30.  Lakota scored its last points in the game at the 4:04 mark to take a 32-31 lead.  Woodmore would take the lead for good on two Aaron Miller free throws with 2:34 left, and Thatcher would convert a pair of three throws at 1:34 and 54.2 seconds left and he iced the game picking up a loose ball and racing down the court for a layup with 38.6 seconds left.  Woodmore won the fourth quarter, 13-4.  Thatcher led the Wildcats with 13 points while senior Liam McCarthy added eight points and Sandwisch contributed seven markers.  Woodmore had a 14-13 edge in field goals as both teams hit four three-pointers.  Woodmore was 7-of-8 at the stripe, Lakota was 2-of-6.  JV - at Lakota 42, Woodmore 18.  Lakota led 6-0 after one quarter and 22-7 at halftime.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig scored six points and freshman Brody Ish scored four points.

Feb. 1 - Varsity - Genoa 63, at Woodmore 30. Genoa put the game away scoring the last 14 points of the second quarter to make an 11-all tie a 25-11 edge at halftime.  Genoa then scored 10 of the last 12 points in the third quarter to take a 42-20 advantage to the final stanza.  Senior Bryce Sandwisch led Woodmore with 10 points.  Genoa had a 24-9 edge in field goals and a 10-2 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 10-of-14 at the line while Genoa was 5-of-9.  JV - Genoa 46, at Woodmore 12.  Genoa led 13-2 after one quarter, and 25-8 at halftime.  Freshmen Kyle Mangus and Izaiah Wilson led Woodmore with three points apiece.  Freshman - Genoa 20, at Woodmore 7.  Genoa led 8-5 after one quarter of the two-quarter game.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig led Woodmore with five points.

Jan. 29 - Varsity - at Woodmore 51, Otsego 41.  Woodmore jumped out to a 17-5 lead after one quarter, but Otsego chipped away in the second quarter to trail only 25-19.  Woodmore scored the last six points of the third quarter to take a 36-29 lead into the final quarter.  Otsego had pulled even in the game at 27-all with 4:30 left in the third quarter.  Otsego got within two points (36-34) with 6:18 left in the game scoring the first five points of the fourth quarter.  But , Woodmore would score nine of the next 11 points to take a 45-36 lead with 1:07 left , as four different Wildcat players scored during the run.  The teams traded field goals and free throws the rest of the way.  Junior Jack Everett led Woodmore with 17 points while senior Aaron Miller scored 13 points and freshman Brady Thatcher added 11 points.  Woodmore had a 19-16 edge in field goals and a 4-3 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 9-of-12 at the stripe, Otsego was 6-of-10.  JV - Otsego 52, at Woodmore 17.  Otsego led 21-5 after one quarter and 31-5 at halftime.  Junior Preston Sorg led Woodmore with six points. Freshman - Otsego 22, at Woodmore 14.  Otsego led 13-2 after one quarter, in this two-quarter game.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig scored seven points for the Wildcats.  Freshman Parker Hahn added four points.

Jan. 28 - Varsity - at Lake 54, Woodmore 44. The Wildcats trailed all the way but made a late rally that came up just short.  Woodmore trailed 15-6 after one quarter and 30-19 at halftime.  Woodmore trailed by as much as 40-24 late in the third quarter and still trailed 42-27 heading to the final stanza.  Woodmore got within six points on two occasions in the fourth quarter, 45-39 with 3:11 to go, and 50-44 with 58 seconds left, but they could never get any closer.  Woodmore had multiple possessions after closing to six with 3:11 left to tighten the game even more but could not get any points.  Senior Aaron Miller led Woodmore with 20 points while junior Jack Everett added eight points.  Lake had a 19-16 edge in field goals, hitting eight three-pointers to three for Woodmore.  The Wildcats were 9-of-16 from the line while Lake was 8-of-11.  JV - at Lake 58, Woodmore 19.  Lake won the third quarter, 12-2, to extend a 20-10 halftime advantage to 32-12 after three quarters.  Junior Preston Sorg led Woodmore with six points and freshman Mitchell Gillig added four points.  Freshman - at Lake 15, Woodmore 8.  In a two-quarter game, freshmen Parker Hahn and Michelle Gillig both scored three points to lead Woodmore.

Jan. 25 - Varsity - at Eastwood 62, Woodmore 36. The Wildcats made several runs in the first two-and-a-half quarters go keep the game close, but an Eastwood run to close out the third period put the game away.  Woodmore trailed 11-5 after one quarter, but they won the second quarter, 17-16, to trail just 27-22 at halftime.   Woodmore got as close as 27-24 with 7:01 remaining in the third quarter, and still trailed only 31-26 with 5:55 left in the third, before Eastwood would scored six straight points to make it 37-26 with 3:19 left.  After a Woodmore basket made it 37-28, Eastwood would score the final eight points of the quarter to take a 45-28 lead to the final stanza.  Woodmore would manage just eight points in the fourth quarter and 14 total in the second half.  Freshman Brady Thatcher led the Wildcats with 14 points.  Seniors Duane Perkins and Bryce Sandwisch along with junior Liam McCarthy all scored six points.  Eastwood had a 26-12 edge in field goals, but Woodmore hit five three-pointers to three for Eastwood.  Eastwood was 7-of-18 at the foul line while Woodmore converted seven of 10 attempts.  JV - at Eastwood 56, Woodmore 24.  Eastwood led 19-4 after one quarter and 39-14 at halftime.  Junior Preston Sorg led Woodmore with nine points, junior Albert Lulgjuraj added six points.  Freshman - at Eastwood 21, Woodmore 4 (2 quarters).  Freshman Kaiden Orcelletto scored all four Woodmore points.

Jan. 22 - Varsity - at St. Joseph CC 57, Woodmore 31.  Woodmore trailed 13-6 after one quarter, 24-9 at halftime, and 38-18 after three quarters.  Junior Jack Everett led Woodmore with 20 points.  SJCC had a 23-12 advantage in field goals while Woodmore had a 5-3 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 2-of-5 at the stripe, SJCC was 8-of-9. JV - Woodmore 41, at St. Joseph CC 39 (OT).  Junior Preston Sorg scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats while  junior Quentin Trevino and freshman Izaiah Wilson each added eight points.

Jan. 18 - Varsity - at Elmwood 74, Woodmore 41.  The Wildcats played the Royals even in the first and fourth quarters, but lost the middle two quarters, 48-21.  Elmwood held a 13-8 lead after one quarter, and outscored the Wildcats, 20-9, in the second quarter to build a 33-17 halftime edge.  Woodmore lost the third quarter, 28-12, and trailed 61-29 after three quarters.  Senior Aaron Miller led Woodmore with 14 points while senior Duane Perkins added eight points.  Elmwood had a 28-15 edge in field goals and a 6-4 edge in three pointers.  Woodmore was 7-of-8 at the stripe, while Elmwood was 10-of-23.  JV - at Elmwood 51, Woodmore 18.  Freshman Brody Ish scored seven points and freshman Izaiah Wilson added five points.  Freshman - at Elmwood 37, Woodmore 17.  Freshman Izaiah Wilson led the Wildcats with seven points while freshman Mitchell Gillig added four points.

Jan. 14 - Varsity - at Fostoria 58, Woodmore 36.  Fostoria had a working margin of eight to 10 points most of the game until putting the game away by outscoring the Wildcats, 14-2, in the final quarter.  Fostoria led 14-9 after one quarter and 29-20 at halftime.  Woodmore outscored the Redskins, 14-13, to trail 42-34 in the third quarter.  Woodmore had two trips down the court late in the third quarter to cut the deficit to as little as four points and they did not convert.  Fostoria then scored 12 of the first 14 points in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.  Freshman Brady Thatcher scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats and junior Jack Everett scored nine points.  Fostoria had a 24-15 edge in field goals while Woodmore had a 6-5 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore did not attempt a free throw in the game while Fostoria was 5-of-14 at the stripe.  JV - at Fostoria 68, Woodmore 34.  Fostoria built a 34-21 halftime edge and they led 54-32 after three quarters. Freshman Mitchell Gillig scored 11 points while freshman Brody Ish added nine points.  Freshman - at Fostoria 31, Woodmore 24.  Fostoria led 17-6 at halftime and 24-12 after three quarters.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig led Woodmore with 12 points while freshman Izaiah Wilson added seven points.

Jan. 11 - Varsity - at Port Clinton 61, Woodmore 44. Port Clinton won all but the second quarter and the Wildcats had their highest point total of the season.  Port Clinton sprinted out to a 19-6 lead in the first quarter before Woodmore  worked their way back to as close as 19-15 in the second quarter.  Woodmore trailed 19-12 after one quarter and 28-21 at halftime.  Port Clinton scored nine of the first 11 points of the second half to build a 37-23 lead with 4:36 left in the third quarter.  Woodmore never got it under 10 the rest of the way.  Junior Jack Everett scored 11 points to lead Woodmore while senior Aaron Miller added 10 points and freshman Brady Thatcher scored nine points.  Port Clinton had a 22-18 edge in field goals and an 8-4 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 4-of-4 at the line, Port Clinton 9-of-13.  JV - at Port Clinton 52, Woodmore 25.  Port Clinton built a 33-12 halftime edge.  Freshman Izaiah Wilson led the Wildcats with seven points while freshman Brody Ish added six points.

Jan. 8 - Varsity - at Rossford 75, Woodmore 36. Rossford scored 14 straight points in the first quarter to build a 19-5 lead with 2:41 left and cruised to the win.  Woodmore would trail 33-7 midway through the second quarter as Rossford would lead 45-15 at halftime.  Senior Aaron Miller led the Wildcats with 14 points while freshman Brady Thatcher added eight points.  Rossford had a 30-14 edge in field goals and a 7-3 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 5-of-8 at the line while Rossford was 8-of-12.  JV - at Rossford 50, Woodmore 9.  Freshman Brody Ish led the Wildcats with six points.  Freshman - at Rossford 49, Woodmore 22.  Freshman Brody Ish scored 13 points while Izaiah Wilson added six points.

Dec. 17 - Varsity - at Genoa 42, Woodmore 29.  The Wildcats got as close as two points with 4:50 left in the game, but could never get even in losing the Northern Buckeye Conference road game.  Genoa led 10-9 after one quarter, 16-14 at halftime, and 26-20 after three quarters.  In the final stanza, Woodmore scored the first four points to pull within 26-24 with 4:40 remaining.  Genoa would then score the next nine points to build a 35-24 edge with 1:44 left to put the game away.  Junior Jon Everett led Woodmore with 10 points while senior Aaron Miller added nine points.  Genoa had a 15-12 edge in field goals with Woodmore hitting the only three-pointer converted by either team.  Woodmore was 4-of-7 at the stripe while Genoa was 12-of-21.  JV - at Genoa 57, Woodmore 10.  Genoa led 37-7 at halftime.  Freshman Izaiah Wilson led Woodmore with four points, freshman Brody Ish added three points.  Freshman - at Genoa 29, Woodmore 17.  Woodmore led 7-1 after one quarter and 13-11 at halftime, but were outscored, 18-4, in the second half.  Freshman Brody Ish led Woodmore with 16 points.

Dec. 14 - Varsity - Oak Harbor 52, at Woodmore 31. Slow offensive first and third quarters were the downfall for the Wildcats in dropping the non-league game.  Woodmore was outscored 10-2 in the first quarter and 18-10 in the third quarter.  Oak Harbor led  23-11 at halftime and expanded that to 41-21 after three quarters.  Senior Aaron Miller scored 12 points to lead Woodmore while freshman Brady Thatcher added six points.  Oak Harbor had a 20-13 edge in field goals, and a 7-4 edge in three-pointers.  Oak Harbor was 5-of-6 from the line and Woodmore was 1-of-2.   JV - Oak Harbor 52, at Woodmore 18. Woodmore trailed 15-1 after one quarter and 24-6 at halftime.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig scored six points for Woodmore and junior Albert Lulgjuraj added five points.   Freshman - Oak Harbor 34, at Woodmore 19.  Woodmore led 7-4 after one quarter, but were outscored, 13-1, in the second quarter and could never recover.  Freshman Brody Ish scored six points and freshman Kyle Mangus added five points.

Dec. 13 - Varsity - at Otsego 45, Woodmore 39.  A late Woodmore rally got them as close as two points, but they could never draw even in dropping the NBC road game.  Otsego led 10-3 after one quarter and extended their advantage to 24-11 at halftime.  Woodmore allowed only four points in the third quarter to close the gap to 28-20 heading to the fourth quarter.  The two teams traded baskets over the first three minutes of the final quarter as Otsego still held a 32-27 lead with 5:40 remaining.  At that point, Otsego scored eight straight points to take a 40-27 lead with 4:05 left.  Woodmore would come right back to score nine unanswered points to come within 40-36 with 54.6 seconds left.  After Otsego made one free throw, a three-pointer by senior Duane Perkins made it 41-39 with 33.7 seconds left.  But, Otsego would can two free throws with 32.1 seconds left and two more with 15.0 seconds left to put the game away.  Senior Aaron Miller scored all 10 of his points in the second half to lead Woodmore while freshman Brady Thatcher scored seven points.  Perkins and junior Liam McCarthy each had six points.  Woodmore had a 14-12 edge in field goals and a 10-5 edge in three-pointers.  Otsego was 16-of-18 at the stripe while the Wildcats were 1-of-6.  JV - at Otsego 58, Woodmore 15.  Otsego led 28-6 at halftime.  Junior Preston Sorg scored nine points.  Freshman - at Otsego 49, Woodmore 10. Otsego built a 29-2 lead at halftime.  Freshman Izaiah Wilson scored eight points.

Dec. 10 - Varsity - Lake 56, at Woodmore 43.  Woodmore made it a game for most of the contest, but a late Lake run put the game away.  Lake led 14-7 after one quarter and 25-20 at halftime.  Lake then scored the first eight points of the third quarter to take a 33-20 lead with 6:09 left in the quarter.  Woodmore would respond by scoring the next nine points to cut the deficit to 33-29 with less than three minutes left in the quarter.  Lake led 41-35 after three quarters.  Woodmore scored the first points of the fourth quarter on a layup from senior Aaron Miller to trail by four points with 6:24 remaining.  Lake would then run off the next six points to build a 47-37 advantage with 4:07 left.  The two teams took turns trading baskets and after Lake hit a three-pointer with 1:28 left to make it 52-41, the game was never in the balance the rest of the way.  Miller led Woodmore with 13 points , nine in the second half, while junior Jon Everett added 10 points, seven in the second half.  Lake had a 19-14 edge in field goals, a 10-5 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 10-of-14 at the stripe while Lake converted 8-of-11.  JV - Lake 56, at Woodmore 16.  Woodmore trailed 35-9 at halftime.  Freshman Brody Ish led Woodmore with eight points while freshman Mitchell Gillig added four points as did junior Albert Lulgjuaraj. Freshman - Lake 36, at Woodmore 20.  Lake won the second quarter, 18-6, to build a 24-9 halftime edge.  Freshman Brody Ish led the Wildcats with six points and freshman Izaiah Wilson added five points..

Dec. 8 - Varsity - at Woodmore 41, Northwood 38.  Woodmore led the whole game but had to hang on for the victory.  The Wildcats led 12-7 after one quarter and 24-18 at halftime.  Woodmore led by as many as seven points (29-22) in the third quarter before Northwood pulled within one point at 29-28 and again at 33-32, the score at the end of the third quarter.  Woodmore led 35-32 with six minutes left in the game when Northwood tied the scored at 35 on a field goal with 5:30 left.  Nobody scored for more than three minutes until Woodmore went  up two points at the 2:16 mark on a field goal from freshman Brady Thatcher.  Junior Liam McCarthy than canned two free tosses with 27.3 seconds left to give Woodmore a 39-35 lead.  Northwood hit a three-pointer with 7.0 seconds left and fouled Woodmore immediately.  After the Wildcats missed a free throw, Woodmore got the rebound and junior Jack Everett was fouled.  He made both free throws to make it 41-38 with less than a second remaining and a shot from half court by Northwood at the buzzer hit the rim but did not fall.  Everett led Woodmore scoring 12 points while Thatcher scored 10 points.  Senior Aaron Miller added eight points.  Woodmore had a 15-13 edge in field goals and a 5-3 edge in three-pointers.  Woodmore was 6-of-9 at the line, Northwood 9-of-12.  JV - at Woodmore 31, Northwood 30.  Woodmore trailed most of the game before getting late three-pointer from freshman Brody Ish to secure the win.  Northwood led 11-4 after one quarter, 19-13 at halftime, and 25-23 after three quarters.  Junior Albert Lulgjuraj led the way with eight points while Ish and freshman Mitchell Gillig each contributed seven points.  Freshman - Northwood 40, Woodmore 32.  Northwood led 27-16 at halftime and 33-22 after three quarters.  Freshman Kyle Mangus led Woodmore with 12 points while freshman Brody Ish added 11 points.

Dec. 3 - Varsity - Eastwood 61, at Woodmore 23.  The Wildcats trailed 12-5 after one period and 31-11 at halftime.  Senior Aaron Miller led Woodmore with seven points, junior Jack Everett had six points, and freshman Brady Thatcher added five points.   JV - Eastwood 61, at Woodmore 14.  Woodmore trailed 36-5 at halftime.  Freshman Mitchell Gillig scored six points and freshman Brody Ish scored five points.  Freshman - Eastwood 43, at Woodmore 18.  The Wildcats trailed 11-2 after one quarter and 23-12 at halftime and then were outscored 16-3 in the third quarter.  Brody Ish led the way with six points while Mitchell Gillig and Kaiden Orcelletto each added four points.

Nov. 24 - Varsity - at Gibsonburg 59, Woodmore 31.  The Wildcats managed just eight field goals to 25 for Gibsonburg in the non-league loss to start the season.  Gibsonburg scored the first five points of the game and then the two schools played the rest of the quarter even as the Golden Bears led 11-4.  The home team put the game away with a 15-4 run in the second quarter to take a 30-10 lead with 1:57 left.  Woodmore trailed 32-16 at the break.  Gibsonburg started the third quarter on an 11-4 run to build a 43-20 edge with 4:01 left in the quarter.  Woodmore trailed 45-24 after three quarters and were outscored, 14-7, in the fourth quarter.  Woodmore had three three-pointers among its eight field goals while the Golden Bears hit five three-pointers.  Woodmore was 12-of-22 at the stripe, Gibsonburg was 4-of-11. Senior Aaron Miller led the Wildcats with nine points and junior Jon Everett added eight points.  JV - at Gibsonburg 57, Woodmore 19.  Junior Preston Sorg led Woodmore with nine points as the Wildcats trailed 37-9 at halftime.