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Prep Schedule & Updates: 01-03-13

There’s plenty of prep and college basketball on this first Thursday of the new year and we’ll have all of the action from around the region for you today here at The Courier.
The University of Findlay men and women’s teams are back in action with Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference games at Saginaw Valley State.
Courier writer Brian Lester will have the latest on tonight’s games.
There’s also a full slate of high school girls basketball.
Findlay visits Oregon Clay in Three Rivers Athletic Conference play while everyone in the Blanchard Valley Conference is in action tonight as well.
For updates on all of the action later tonight, check out The Courier’s sports weblog, The Blanchard River Buzz.

SCHEDULE
Thursday’s Events
College Athletics
MEN’S BASKETBALL – Findlay 64, Saginaw Valley State 56
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – Findlay 70, Saginaw Valley State 61

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Thursday’s Results
Green Meadows Conference
Antwerp 45, Hicksville 37
Edgerton 50, Ayersville 32
Fairview 67, Wayne Trace 63
Holgate 48, Tinora 38
Buckeye Border Conference
Fayette 49, North Central 42
Pettisville 60, Hilltop 34
Stryker 47, Edon 46
Other NW Ohio Games
Delta 57, Ottawa Hills 47

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Blanchard Valley Conference
Arcadia 67, Van Buren 41
Arlington 68, Hardin Northern 15
Leipsic 58, Pandora-Gilboa 48
Liberty-Benton 62, Vanlue 24
McComb 82, Cory-Rawson 40
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Findlay 58, Oregon Clay 32
Toledo St. Ursula 43, Fremont Ross 39
Tol. Cent. Catholic 46, Toledo Whitmer 34
Toledo Notre Dame 51, Lima Senior 41
Midland Athletic League
Carey 66, Hopewell-Loudon 37
Mohawk 45, New Riegel 33
North Baltimore 46, Fremont St. Joseph 43
St. Wendelin 54, Lakota 16
Tiffin Calvert 60, Old Fort 26
Northern Buckeye Conference
Eastwood 44, Fostoria Senior 33
Elmwood 53, Rossford 36
Lake 40, Woodmore 33
Otsego 48, Genoa 45
Northern Ohio League
Bellevue 62, Sandusky Senior 37
Firelands Conference
Ashland Mapleton 59, South Central 51
Monroeville 45, New London 37
Norwalk St. Paul 47, Ashland Crestview 36
Western Reserve 87, Plymouth 39
Midwest Athletic Conference
Coldwater 45, Delphos St. John’s 41
Fort Recovery 48, New Bremen 34
Minster 52, Marion Local 49, OT
New Knoxville 54, St. Henry 33
Versailles 63, Parkway 32
Putnam County League
Ottoville 51, Kalida 27
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Mansfield Madison 55, Lexington 49
Orrville 69, Clear Fork 38
West Holmes 57, Mansfield Senior 34
Wooster Senior 50, Ashland Senior 48
Other NW Ohio Games
Botkins 57, Spencerville 43
Bucyrus 49, Tiffin Columbian 32
Clyde 52, Lorain Admiral King 29
Evergreen 52, Toledo Christian 42
Fairbanks 60, Upper Scioto Valley 46, OT
Lima Perry 60, Marion Catholic 41
Mansfield St. Peter’s 74, Mansfield Christian 23
Marysville 57, Kenton 46
Norwalk Senior 48, Huron 32
Riverside 70, Ridgemont 26
Van Wert 47, Lincolnview 45
Wynford 50, Willard 43

GIRLS BASKETBALL
ARCADIA 67
VAN BUREN 41
VAN BUREN — Miranda Palmer scored the 1,000th point of her high school career Thursday night as she powered the Redskins to a 67-41 victory against Van Buren in a Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball game.
Palmer reached her 1,000th point by hitting a 3-point shot from half court to the end the first quarter. Palmer, who averages 19 points and 5 steals per game, scored a game-high 27 points and seven steals.
Aside from Palmer’s career night, Molly Glick also had 10 points and a team-high eight rebounds for the Redskins (7-3, 3-1 BVC).
Kristen Tropf for the Knights (3-7, 2-2) had 14 points including a game-high four 3-pointers.

ARCADIA (7-3, 3-1)
Fox 2-1—5, Palmer 11-3—27, Kirian 1-0—2, Bell 1-1—3, Glick 4-0—10, Cramer 2-2—7, Pina 0-0—0, Dauterman 2-0, Coward 2-0—4, Mock 2-1—5. TOTALS: 27-55 8-10—67.
VAN BUREN (3-7, 2-2)
Flick 0-1—1, Tropf 4-0—14, Endicott 4-0—8, Wymer 1-0—3, Phillip 1-0—3, Wise 1-1—3, Miller 0-0—0, Sudlow 2-4—8, Frampton 0-0—0, Arbaugh 0-0—0, Gillard 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-53 6-14—41.
Arcadia   7 6 10 18 — 41
Van Buren   23 15 12 17 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Arcadia 5 (Palmer & Glick 2, Cramer); Van Buren 5 (Tropf 4, Wymer).
rebounds: Arcadia 29 (Glick 8); Van Buren 23(Sudlow 5).
turnovers: Arcadia 10, Van Buren 18.
junior varsity: Van Buren, 35-30.

LIBERTY-BENTON 62
VANLUE 24
Liberty-Benton raced out to a 22-4 lead in the first quarter on its way to Thursday’s 62-24 Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball win over Vanlue.
Rachel Myers did a little bit of everything for the Eagles (6-3 overall, 3-1 BVC) with 20 points with six assists and five steals. Katie Simon added 19 points and five rebounds.
Logan Frey netted eight points and Haley Bonham grabbed six rebounds for the Wildcats (4-7, 0-4).

Vanlue (4-7, 0-4)
Cornette 2-0—4, Gerschutz 0-0—0, Frey 3-2—8, Russ 0-0—0, Bonham 1-1—3, Thomas 1-1—3, Gerschutz 0-0—0, Clymer 2-0—6, J. Kloepfer 0-0—0, T. Kloepfer 0-0—0, Kramer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 11-42 4-13—24.
Liberty-Benton (6-3, 3-1)
Stuck 1-0—2, Trevino 1-0—2, Kotey 2-0—4, Myers 5-7—20, Devincentis 0-1—1, Weaver 2-2—6, Simon 7-0—19, Lishawa 2-0—4, Reynolds 2-0—4. TOTALS: 22-49 10-11—62.
Liberty-Benton   22 15 13 12 — 62
Vanlue   4 6 6 6 — 24
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 8-23 (Simon 5, Myers 3); Vanlue 2-13 (Clymer 2).
rebounds: Vanlue 27 (Simon 5); Vanlue 19 (Bonham 6).
turnovers: Vanlue 21, Liberty-Benton 5.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 41-13.

ARLINGTON 68
HARDIN NORTHERN 15
DOLA — Jordyn Webb led a trio of Arlington players in double figures with 19 points in Thursday’s 68-15 Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball win over Hardin Northern.
Haley Dillon, who was also the leading scorer in the junior varsity game with 12 points, added 16 points and Dani Heaster scored 14 as Arlington (8-2 overall, 3-1 BVC) built a 66-15 lead through three quarters before outscoring the Polar Bears just 2-0 in the fourth frame.
Kylee Hooker netted three points for the Polar Bears (1-10, 0-4).

Arlington (8-2, 3-1)
Webb 8-0—19, Jolliff 2-0—4, O’Rear 1-0—2, Heaster 4-6—14, Mains 1-0—3, Russell 0-2—2, Insley 3-0—6, Dillon 6-4—16, Thibaut 1-0—2. TOTALS: 26-61 12-14—68.
Hardin Northern (1-10, 0-4)
Campbell 0-1—1, Curtis 0-0—0, S. Schlatter 0-0—0, Watts 1-0—2, Delong 2-1—6, Madison 1-0—2, Roth 0-0—0, Ferkins 0-1—1, K. Schlatter 0-0—0, Hooker 1-0—3. TOTALS: 5-47 3-8—15.
Arlington   25 21 20 2 — 68
Hardin Northern   2 5 8 0 — 15
3-Point GOALS: Arlington 4-13 (Webb 3, Mains); Hardin Northern 2-13 (Delong, Hooker).
rebounds: Arlington 44, Hardin Northern 21.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 19, Arlington 11.
junior varsity: Arlington, 43-14.

CAREY 66
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 37
BASCOM — Sydney Wentling scored 17 points to lead Carey over Hopewell-Loudon 66-37 Thursday night in Midland Athletic League play.
Wentling made five 3-pointers as the Blue Devils shot 51 percent (24 of 47) from the floor and improved their record to 9-1 overall and 4-1 in the MAL.

Carey’s Sydney Wentling goes behind the back while working her way up court against Hopewell-Loudon defender Aleta Daniel. Wentling scored 17 points in the Blue Devils’ 66-37 win.

Hannah Tong and Ali Rymer added nine points apiece for Carey as it outrebounded the Chieftains 38-18.
Cassandra Hohman led the Lady Chieftains (5-5, 2-3 MAL) with 16 points and three steals while Marissa Reinhart recorded three assists and Hope Brickner pulled down four rebounds.

carey (9-1, 4-1)
Kin 1-0—2, Tong 3-3—9, S. Wentling 6-0—17, Hall 0-0—0, Hoepf 2-0—5, Allison 0-1—1, Rymer 2-5—9, Johnson 3-0—6, M. Wentling 1-0—2, G. Wentling 3-0—6, Newell 1-1—3, Worst 0-0—0, Draper 2-1—6. TOTALS: 24-47 11-22—66.
hopewell-loudon (5-5, 2-3)
Burns 2-2—7, Bouillon 0-0—0, Reinhart 0-0—0, Daniel 1-0—2, Park 0-0—0, Siegel 0-0—0, Hohman 6-4—16, Trumpler 1-4—6, Brickner 0-0—0, Coleman 0-0—0, Rohrbach 2-2—6. TOTALS: 12-33 12-14—37.
Carey   19 25 10 12 — 66
Hopewell-Loudon   7 7 10 15 — 37
3-Point GOALS: Carey 7-15 (S. Wentling 5, Hoepf, Draper); Hopewell-Loudon 1-4 (Burns).
REBOUNDS: Carey 38; Hopewell-Loudon 18 (Brickner 4).
TURNOVERS: Carey 14, Hopewell-Loudon 22.

ELMWOOD 53
ROSSFORD 36
BLOOMDALE — Rossford led at halftime but it was all Elmwood in the second half as the Royals stayed unbeaten with a 53-36 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball win over the Bulldogs on Thursday.
Elmwood (9-0 overall, 4-0 NBC) trailed 26-25 at the brack. The Royals came out of the lockerroom smoking though outscoring Rossford (6-4, 4-1) 17-3 in the third quarter to take control.
Brittany George tossed in 14 points and Brittany Gross added 12 points with five steals and three assists to lead the Royals.
Kristen Curtis also grabbed nine rebounds as the Royals finished with a huge 31-13 edge on the boards.
Alaina Mitchell scored 14 points and Julie Hotz chipped in 13 for Rossford.

Rossford (6-4, 4-1)
Hotz 5-3—13, Morris 2-0—4, Jackson 1-2—4, Parisi 0-1—1, Mitchell 6-2—14. TOTALS: 14-29 8-12—36.
ELMWOOD (9-0, 4-0)
Ti. Hillard 0-5—5, Curtis 0-4—4, Swavel 3-2—9, Gross 4-4—12, Emmitt 1-2—4, To. Hillard 0-3—3, George 6-0—14, Ervin 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-42 20-28—53.
Rossford   14 12 3 7 — 36
Elmwood   14 11 17 11 — 53
3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 3-5 (George 2, Swavel); Rossford 0-1.
rebounds: Elmwood 31 (Curtis 9); Rossford 13.
turnovers: Rossford 19, Elmwood 12.
junior varsity: Elmwood, 42-32.

MCCOMB 82
CORY-RAWSON 40
MCCOMB — McComb had six players score at least nine points and the Panthers used an outstanding shooting night to clobber Cory-Rawson 82-40 Thursday in girls Blanchard Valley Conference action.
McComb (9-1, 4-0 BVC), which has won six games in a row and seven consecutive at home, shot 31 of 57 from the field. The Panthers were 9 of 18 from beyond the arc.
Spearheading the McComb offensive attack were Kristen Buck (17 points), Emily Clymer (15), Brenna Dee (13) and Jenna Huffman (12).
Briana Herr added nine points and eight rebounds.
Brenna Dee, who currently leads the BVC in assists, nearly secured a triple-double as she added nine helpers and seven rebounds for the Panthers, who beat the Hornets for the seventh straight time in BVC play.
Megan Ritter led Cory-Rawson (5-8, 0-4) with 12 points and five rebounds. The Hornets have now lost 11 consecutive conference contests.

cory-rawson (5-8, 0-4)
Scott 3-2—9, Erford 2-0—4, Ritter 4-2—12, Tuttle 4-1—10, C. Burkholder 1-0—2, Hulihan 1-1—3. TOTALS: 11-31 4-14 6-10—40.
mccomb (9-1, 4-0)
Reed 3-0—7, Herr 3-3—9, Dee 4-2—13, Huffman 6-0—12, Beverly 3-0—9, Clymer 6-2—15, Buck 6-4—17. TOTALS: 22-39 9-18 11-11—82.
Cory-Rawson   8 10 7 15 — 40
McComb   25 19 22 16 — 82
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 4-14 (Ritter 2, Scott & Tuttle 1); McComb 9-18 (Beverly & Dee 3, Reed, Clymer & Buck 1).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 18 (Ritter 5); McComb 28 (Herr 8, Dee 7).
turnovers: Cory-Rawson 13, McComb 10.
junior varsity: McComb, 45-6.

OTTOVILLE 51
KALIDA 27
KALIDA — A 29-13 first half score set the tone for Ottoville as they cruised to a 51-27 victory to remain undefeated against Kalida in a Putman County League girls basketball game Thursday night.
The win by the Big Green (10-0, 2-0 PCL) was their 34th consecutive win and their 21st consecutive win in PCL games.
Rachel Turnwald was the leading scorer for the Big Green with 14 points. She was also assisted by Abby Seifker, who will be playing for Bowling Green State University next season, with 10 points.
Nicole Recker was the leading scorer for the Wildcats (6-3, 2-1) with eight points. Jackie Gardner also had six points.

ottoville (10-0, 2-0)
R. Turnwald 5-2—14, Vorst 4-2—11, Siefker 4-2—10 Mangas 3-0—7, Beining 2-3—7, Von Sossan 1-0—2, Kaufman 0-0—0, Landwehr 0-0—0, Lindeman 0-0—0, Eickholt 0-0—0, Sarka 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-37 9-11—51.
kalida (6-3, 2-1)
Gardner 2-0—6, N. Recker 2-2—8, Holtkamp 1-2—4, Reindel 0-0—0, K. Recker 1-0—3, Siebeneck 0-0—0, Smith 1-0—2, E. Turnwald 0-0—0, Honigfort 0-0—0, Hoffman 0-0—0, Vorst 0-0—0, Osterhage 0-0—0, Kahle 0-2—2. TOTALS: 8-33 6-9—27.
Ottoville   14 15 13 9 — 51
Kalida   4 9 7 7 — 27
3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 4 (Turnwald 2, Vorst & Mangas); Kalida 5 (Gardner & N. Recker 2, K. Recker).
rebounds: Ottoville 22, Kalida 15.
turnovers: Ottoville 22, Kalida 25.
junior varsity: Ottoville, 25-14.

ST. WENDELIN 54
LAKOTA 16
FOSTORIA — Fostoria St. Wendelin jumped out to a quick 30-6 lead by halftime and the Mohawks drilled Lakota 54-16 Thursday in Midland Athletic girls basketball play.
Sami Birkmire was 5 of 5 shooting from the field and 2 of 2 from the free throw line as she led St. Wendelin (6-5, 2-3) with 12 points.
Colleen Fondessy and Kamryn Troike each contributed 10 points apiece.
Stephanie Miller led Lakota (1-10, 0-5) with seven points. Katy Park snared 10 rebounds for the Raiders.

lakota (1-10, 0-5)
Talbert 0-0—0, Hovis 0-0—0, Miller 3-0—7, Feick 1-1—3, Walter 1-0—3, Mowry 2-0—4, Park 0-0—0, Alloway 0-0—0, Gangwer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 7-42 1-3—16.
st. wendelin (6-5, 2-3)
B. Hay 0-0—0, Emerine 0-0—0, Williams 1-0—2, Saalman 1-0—3, Fondessy 4-2—10, Birkmire 5-2—12, McAfee 1-0—2, M. Hay 1-0—2, Leiter 1-0—2, E. Mowrey 0-0—0, Rutter 2-1—5, Troike 5-0—10, A. Mowrey 1-3—5. TOTALS: 22-53 8-12—54.
Lakota   4 2 6 4 — 16
St. Wendelin   17 13 9 15 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Lakota 1-9 (Miller 1); St. Wendelin 2-9 (Williams & Saalman 1).
rebounds: Lakota 25 (Park 10); St. Wendelin 30 (Troike 5).
turnovers: Lakota 26, St. Wendelin 11.
junior varsity: St. Wendelin, 28-26.

MCCOMB 82
CORY-RAWSON 40
MCCOMB — McComb had six players score at least nine points and the Panthers used an outstanding shooting night to clobber Cory-Rawson 82-40 Thursday in girls BVC action.
McComb (9-1, 4-0 BVC), which has won six games in a row and seven consecutive at home, hit 31 of 57 shots from the field. The Panthers were 9 of 18 from beyond the arc.
Spearheading the McComb offensive attack were Kristen Buck (17 points), Emily Clymer (15), Brenna Dee (13) and Jenna Huffman (12).
Briana Herr added nine points and eight rebounds.
Dee, who currently leads the BVC in assists, nearly secured a triple-double as she added nine assists and seven rebounds for the Panthers, who beat the Hornets for the seventh straight time in BVC play.
Megan Ritter led Cory-Rawson (5-8, 0-4) with 12 points and five rebounds. The Hornets have now lost 11 consecutive conference contests.

cory-rawson (5-8, 0-4)
Scott 3-2—9, Erford 2-0—4, Ritter 4-2—12, Tuttle 4-1—10, C. Burkholder 1-0—2, Hulihan 1-1—3. TOTALS: 15-45 6-10—40.
mccomb (9-1, 4-0)
Reed 3-0—7, Herr 3-3—9, Dee 4-2—13, Huffman 6-0—12, Beverly 3-0—9, Clymer 6-2—15, Buck 6-4—17. TOTALS: 31-57 11-11—82.
Cory-Rawson   8 10 7 15 — 40
McComb   25 19 22 16 — 82
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 4-14 (Ritter 2, Scott & Tuttle 1); McComb 9-18 (Beverly & Dee 3, Reed, Clymer & Buck 1).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 18 (Ritter 5); McComb 28 (Herr 8, Dee 7).
turnovers: Cory-Rawson 13, McComb 10.
junior varsity: McComb, 45-6.

MOHAWK 45
NEW RIEGEL 33
NEW RIEGEL — Mohawk made three 3-pointers and 5 of 8 free throws in the fourth quarter as the Warriors pulled away from New Riegel 45-33 Thursday in Midland Athletic League girls basketball action.
Mohawk’s win set up mass chaos atop the MAL. Tiffin Calvert is now the lone unbeaten team (6-3, 4-0 MAL). New Riegel (10-2, 4-1), Carey (9-1, 4-1) and Seneca East (7-3, 3-1) each have one league loss.
The game was deadlocked 17-17 at halftime and the Warriors led just 29-25 by the end of the third quarter before they dominated the final period.
Kasey Adelsperger led Mohawk (8-3, 3-2)  with 16 points, while Ashley Parker, who hit two fourth quarter treys, finished with 11. Sarah Parker had seven rebounds for the Warriors.
New Riegel, which made just 7 of 40 shots during the final three quarters, was led by Kara Scherger’s seven points. Lauren Ladd chipped in with six points and 14 rebounds.

mohawk (8-3, 3-2)
Trusty 2-2—8, S. Runion 2-3—8, K. Adelsperger 7-2—16, A. Parker 3-2—11, J. Adelsperger 0-0—0, C. Adelsperger 0-0—0, S. Parker 1-0—2, L. Runion 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15-39 9-16—45.
new riegel (10-2, 4-1)
Arbogast 3-0—6, Kirian 3-0—6, Scherger 3-0—7, Ladd 2-2—6, Baynard 1-0—2, Cassidy 2-0—5, Noftz 0-1—1. TOTALS: 14-46 3-4—33.
Mohawk   8 9 12 16 — 45
New Riegel   10 7 8 8 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 6-17 (A. Parker 3, Trusty 2, Runion 1); New Riegel 2-10 (Scherger & Cassidy 1).
rebounds: Mohawk 17 (S. Parker 7); New Riegel 25 (Ladd 14).
turnovers: Mohawk 21, New Riegel 18.
junior varsity: Mohawk, 32-25.