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Fletcher named AP all-tourney

Published 1:12am Monday, March 25, 2013

COLUMBUS (AP) — Ottawa-Glandorf’s T.J. Metzger had 36 points in the championship game on Saturday and is the outstanding player on the Associated Press Division III all-tournament team.

Metzger tied the all division record for three pointers (nine) and tied the Division III mark for points as the Titans defeated Versailles 67-46. He also had 25 points, including the winning free throw in overtime, in the semifinal win vs. Ironton.

Joining him on the all-tourney team are teammate Matt Kaufman (18 point, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in the championship and title game); Versailles Kyle Ahrens (33 points in two games); Ironton’s Trey Fletcher (27 points and 13 rebounds in a semifinal loss) and Leavittsburg LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge ( 23 points and nine rebounds in a semifinal loss).

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