Bath’s Jenna Hollar (11) defends Amanda Boberg of St. John’s during a non-conference game at Robert A. Arnzen Gymnasium on Monday night in Delphos. The Wildkittens thumped the Lady Jays, 64-27. (Times Bulletin/Larry Heiing)
Bath’s Jenna Hollar (11) defends Amanda Boberg of St. John’s during a non-conference game at Robert A. Arnzen Gymnasium on Monday night in Delphos. The Wildkittens thumped the Lady Jays, 64-27. (Times Bulletin/Larry Heiing)

Times Bulletin Staff Report
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DELPHOS — The Bath Wildkittens stayed unbeaten on the girls basketball season with a 64-27 win at Delphos St. John’s on Monday night.
The Wildkittens held St. John’s to a mere three points in each of the first two quarters and opened up a 27-6 halftime advantage. One of the perennial powers in girls hoops, Bath used eight three-point field goals to easily out-pace the Lady Jays.
Delphos had one player in double figures and just five girls reached the scoring column while Bath’s balanced attack featured seven players who scored between six and ten points in the contest.
The Lady Jays fall to 3-5 on the season (2-0 Midwest Athletic Conference) while Bath moves to 8-0 this year.



The junior varsity game was also won by Bath by a final of 23-10.
Bath 64, Delphos St. John’s 27
Score by quarters
St. John’s 3 3 7 14- 27
Bath 14 13 23 14- 64
St. John’s (27) individual scoring
Saine 5, Hays 5, Geise 10, Vorst 4, Pohlman 3
Bath (64) individual scoring
Brandon 10, Van Dyne 9, Smith 8, M. Dackin 8, Manley 7, Herr 6, Hollar 6, Bart 5, Ulmer 3, Perry 2
Three-point field goals: Pohlman (DSJ); Herr (B) (2), Brandon (B), Van Dyne (B), Manley (B), M. Dackin (B), Ulmer (B), Bart (B)