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Prep Schedule & Updates: 01-29-13

Plenty of prep basketball on the local sports schedule and we’ll have the latest on all of the action for you tonight here at The Courier.
Courier writer Ted Radick will be at Leipsic as the Vikings host Liberty-Benton in a key Blanchard Valley Conference  boys basketball game.
There are also 10 girls basketball games tonight as well.
We’ll have updates and stories later tonight on The Courier’s sports weblog, The Blanchard River Buzz. You can also follow us on Twitter @Courier_Sports.
You’ll get the best  local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Results
Blanchard Valley Conference
Liberty-Benton 46, Leipsic 44
Northern Buckeye Conference
Lake 54, Elmwood 27
Otsego 66, Woodmore 43
Rossford 49, Fostoria Senior 46
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Ottawa Hills 68, Northwood 40
Toledo Christian 65, Cardinal Stritch 55
Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 42, Danbury 37
Other NW Ohio Games
Anthony Wayne 59, Evergreen 45
Clyde 69, Fremont St. Joseph 46
Defiance 58, Napoleon 45
Edon 56, Hamilton, Ind. 49
Galion Senior 56, River Valley 53
Heritage Christian 65, Grand Lakes 63
Jackson Center 55, Marion Local 51
Kenton 62, Bluffton 51
Lima Bath 89, Lima Perry 52
Lima Cent. Cath. 75, Lima Senior 67
Lorain 76, Sandusky Senior 45
Mansfield Christian 67, Marion Catholic 42
Tol. Cent. Catholic 84, Toledo Woodward 43
Toledo Bowsher 85, Oregon Clay 74
Toledo St. John’s 81, Toledo Rogers 74
Versailles 48, Versailles 45
Wapakoneta 60, Sidney 54
Wayne Trace 60, Continental 41
PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Results
North Central Conference
Bucyrus 45, Buckeye Central 27
Colonel Crawford 72, Crestline 21
Ontario 66, Galion Senior 45
Riverdale 56, Lucas 24
Upper Sandusky 59, Wynford 46
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Gibsonburg 40, Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 23
Other NW Ohio Games
Ayersville 54, Fort Jennings 26
Bellevue 64, Castalia Margaretta 35
Bryan 69, Maumee 39
Carey 64, Upper Scioto Valley 46
Coldwater 55, Franklin-Monroe 41
Convoy Crestview 49, Antwerp 36
Delphos St. John’s 43, Lincolnview 28
Eaton 67, St. Henry 39
Edon 45, Hamilton, Ind. 35
Fairbanks 39, Marion Pleasant 37
Fort Recovery 60, Ansonia 29
Fredericktown 42, Clear Fork 31
Holgate 53, Pettisville 52, OT
Hopewell-Loudon 66, Elmwood 51
Kalida 61, Spencerville 38
Mansfield Christian 68, Kingsway Christian School 34
Mansfield St. Peter’s 49, Norwalk St. Paul 45
Miller City 51, Paulding 47
Mohawk 87, Ridgemont 12
Monroeville 62, Sandusky St. Mary’s 55
Montpelier 54, Hicksville 35
New Riegel 46, Arlington 27
Norwalk Senior 47, Sandusky Perkins 44
Norwayne 34, Ashland Mapleton 29
Oak Harbor 46, Genoa 36
Ottawa-Glandorf 49, Napoleon 38
Ottoville 62, Elida 42
Patrick Henry 66, Van Buren 48
Seneca East 65, South Central 52
Shelby 56, Lexington 45
Stryker 60, Liberty Center 28
Tiffin Calvert 60, Old Fort 33
Wauseon 64, Tinora 38
Waynesfield 67, Hardin Northern 24
Western Reserve 47, Willard 35

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Elmwood falls to Hopewell-Loudon
BLOOMDALE — Cassandra Hohman poured in 26 points Tuesday night as Hopewell-Loudon upended previously unbeaten Elmwood 61-56 in nonconference girls basketball action.
Hopewell-Loudon (11-7) led 35-25 at halftime but surrendered a 14-2 run by Elmwood and trailed 29-27 with 4:47 left in the third quarter.
The Chieftains battled back to regain the lead at 47-41 heading into the fourth quarter. The Royals (15-1) cut the deficit to three points twice, but Hopewell-Loudon held on for the victory.
Courtney Burns scored 12 points for the Chieftains while Aleta Daniel collected eight points, nine rebounds, three steals and three assists. Danielle Rohrbach pulled down a team-high 10 boards.
Hopewell-Loudon controlled the boards by a 36-21 margin and held the Royals to just 24 percent shooting (18 of 75) from the floor.
Brittany George led Elmwood (15-1) with 21 points, including six 3-pointers. Kristen Curtis added 15 points and eight rebounds, while Brittany Gross tallied 12 points, nine rebounds, four steals and three assists.

hopewell-loudon (61)
Burns 6-0—12, Daniel 3-1—8, Reinhart 0-0—0, Hossler 0-0—0, Hohman 9-7—26, Trumpler 2-2—6, Brickner 1-1—3, Rohrbach 3-0—6. TOTALS: 24-58 11-19 — 61.
elmwood (56)
Ti. Hillard 0-0—0, Curtis 4-6—15, Swavel 1-0—3, Gross 4-2—12, Emmitt 1-0—2, To. Hillard 1-1—3, Smith 0-0—0, Rosendale 0-0—0, George 7-1—21. TOTALS: 18-75 10-16 — 56.
Hopewell-Loudon   20 15 12 14 — 61
Elmwood   13 12 16 15 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 2-15 (Daniel, Hohman); Elmwood 10-28 (George 6, Gross 2, Swavel, Curtis).
REBOUNDS: Hopewell-Loudon 36, Elmwood 21.
TURNOVERS: Hopewell-Loudon 20, Elmwood 15.

NEW RIEGEL 46
ARLINGTON 27
ARLINGTON — New Riegel raced to an 18-4 lead by the end of the first quarter and the Blue Jackets defeated Arlington 46-27 Tuesday in girls nonconference basketball action.
New Riegel, 15-2 and ranked 12th in the latest Associated Press Division IV poll, got incredible balance from its five scorers.
Taylor Arbogast scored 11 points, while Taylor Kirian and Lauren Ladd each added 10. Kirian snared seven rebounds and Arbogast six for the Blue Jackets, who have won 12 of their last 13 games.
Kara Scherger and Abby Cassidy chipped in eight and seven points, respectively. Scherger added five assists and four steals.
Jordyn Webb led Arlington (13-5) with nine points. The Red Devils were just 2 of 17 shooting from beyond the arc.

new riegel (15-2)
Theis 0-0—0, Bouillon 0-0—0, Zeller 0-0—0, Arbogast 5-0—11, Kirian 4-2—10, Scherger 3-2—8, Ladd 4-2—10, Baynard 0-0—0, Cassidy 3-0—7, Conley 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-41 6-7—46.
arlington (13-5)
Schmehl 0-0—0, McMath 0-0—0, H. Johnson 2-1—6, Webb 4-0—9, Jolliff 0-0—0, O’Rear 1-0—2, Heaster 3-0—6, Mains 0-0—0, Russell 0-0—0, Insley 1-0—2, Dillion 1-0—2, Thibault 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12-44 1-2—27.
New Riegel   18 12 8 8 — 46
Arlington   4 7 10 6 — 27
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 2-4 (Arbogast & Cassidy 1); Arlington 2-17 (Johnson & Webb).
rebounds: New Riegel 28 (Kirian 7, Arbogast & Ladd 6); Arlington 16 (Heaster 5).
turnovers: New Riegel 21, Arlington 20.
junior varsity: Arlington, 43-22.

CAREY 64
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 46
CAREY — After letting Upper Scioto Valley come back from an early deficit, Carey went on a fourth-quarter run for a 64-46 win Tuesday in nonconference girls basketball.
Hannah Tong finished with 19 points, Sydney Wentling 15 and Hannah Draper 13 for Carey (14-3).
The Blue Devils dominated the first quarter, taking an early 16-5 lead. But Upper Scioto Valley (10-7), which got 18 points from Ali Goldsmith, outscored Carey 32-24 over the middle two quarters to get within three points.
Carey then went to work, outscoring the Rays 24-9 down the stretch.
Aspen Rose added 12 points for Upper Scioto Valley (10-7).

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (10-7)
Holbrook 2-0—5, Goldsmith 8-2—18, Carroll 1-0—3, Rose 5-2—12, Mullins 2-2—6, Griesheimer 1-0—2. TOTALS: 19 6-13—46.
CAREY (14-3)
Tong 6-7—19, S. Wentling 3-8—15, M. Wentling 2-1—6, Rymer 3-0—6, Johnson 2-1—5, Draper 5-2—13. TOTALS: 21 19-29—64.
Upper Scioto Valley   5 17 15 9 — 46
Carey   16 12 12 24 — 64
3-Point GOALS: Upper Scioto Valley 2 (Holbrook & Carroll 1); Carey 3 (S. Wentling, M. Wentling & Draper 1).
junior varsity: Carey, 38-18.

PATRICK HENRY 66
VAN BUREN 48
HAMLER — Kelsie Tietje gets a lot of attention for Patrick Henry’s girls basketball team.
On Tuesday night, however, it was Rylee Bower who stole the show as she contributed a double-double in the Patriots 66-48 nonconference victory over Van Buren.
Bower was 10 of 11 shooting from the floor and scored 21 points. She also grabbed 10 rebounds for Patrick Henry (16-1), which is ranked sixth in the latest Associated Press Division IV poll.
Tietje was outstanding in her own right with 19 points and nine rebounds. The Patriots outrebounded the Black Knights 43-30 and forced them into 24 turnovers.
Paige Sudlow led Van Buren (3-14) with 12 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Taylor Gilliland added 11 points for the Black Knights.

van buren (3-14)
Tropf 3-0—8, Endicott 3-0—6, Wymer 1-0—3, Phillips 0-0—0, Flick 0-0—0, Gilliland 4-0—11, Miller 1-0—2, Sudlow 6-0—12, Frampton 3-0—6. TOTALS: 21-62 0-3—48.
patrick henry (16-1)
Bostelman 4-1—9, Meyer 0-1—1, Rosebrock 0-2—2, Nye 0-1—1, Brown 0-0—0, Fintel 1-1—3, Imbrock 0-0—0, Michaelis 1-1—3, Gibson 0-0—0, Hammer 2-2—7, K. Tietje 7-5—19, Bower 10-1—21, Jones 0-0—0, T. Tietje 0-0—0. TOTALS: 25-46 15-35—66.
Van Buren   9 16 4 19 — 48
Patrick Henry   21 10 20 15 — 66
3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 6-21 (Gilliland 3, Tropf 2, Wymer 1).
rebounds: Van Buren 30 (Sudlow 8); Patrick Henry 43 (Bower 10, K. Tietje 9, Bostelman 6).
turnovers: Van Buren 24, Patrick Henry 27.
junior varsity: Patrick Henry, 41-20.

WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN 67
HARDIN NORTHERN 24
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen’s offensive dominance pushed the Tigers past Hardin Northern 67-24 Tuesday in nonconference girls basketball action.
The Tigers (12-6) had five players score in double figures and shot 49 percent (28 of 57) from the field.
Kaylee Patton led the Tigers with 18 points while Rebecca Stevens scored 12.  Kiersten Wilcox, Kindsey Salyer-Watts and Abbie VanHorn had 10 points each.
Kylee Hooker paced Hardin Northern (1-17) with 9 points.

Hardin northern (1-17)
Hooker 3-3—9, Schlatter 2-0—5, Curtis 1-0—3, Delong 1-0—3, Campbell 1-0—2, Watts 1-0—2. TOTALS: 9-48 3-4—24.
waynesfield-goshen (12-6)
Patton 6-5—18, Stevens 6-0—12, Wilcox 5-0—10, VanHorn 4-1—10, Salyer-Watts 4-2—10, Turner 1-0—3, Shephard 1-0—2, Turner 1-0—2. TOTALS: 28-57 3-8—67.
Hardin Northern   5 0 10 9 — 24
Waynesfield-Goshen   20 20 17 10 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 3-21 (Curtis 1, Schlatter 1, Delong 1); Waynesfield-Goshen 3-8 (Patton 1, VanHorn 1, Turner 1).
Rebounds: Hardin Northern 13 (Watts 6); Waynesfield-Goshen 46.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 12, Waynesfield-Goshen 11.
junior varsity: Waynesfield-Goshen, 34-24

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Upper Sandusky closing in on NCC crown
UPPER SANDUSKY — Jorden Born, Taylor Graboski and Allison Snyder combined for 41 points to lead Upper Sandusky to a 59-46 win Tuesday over Wynford, erasing any thoughts the Royals might have had of forcing a tie atop the standings of the North Central Conference Black Division.
The win gives Upper Sandusky (15-3, 10-0 NCC) a two-game lead over Wynford (13-6, 8-2) in the Black Division, with three conference games remaining.
Born finished with 17 points, followed by Graboski and Snyder with 12 points and 11 rebounds each. Savannah Piecha finished with seven steals and six assists before fouling out.

Paige Brady had 19 points for Wynford.

WYNFORD (13-6, 8-2)
Brady 6-6—19, Quinn 2-2—6, Richmond 2-3—7, Schiefer 1-2—5, Harrer 1-0—3, Lilly 2-0—4, DeLong 0-2—2. TOTALS: 14 15-25—46.
UPPER SANDUSKY (15-3, 10-0)
Piecha 2-2—6, Cox 3-2—9, Snyder 3-6—12, Cameron 0-1—1, Born 5-7—17, Johnson 1-0—2, Graboski 5-2—12. TOTALS: 19 20-28—59.
Wynford   12 8 8 18 — 46
Upper Sandusky   13 15 16 15 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Wynford 3 (Schiefer, Harrier & Brady 1); Upper Sandusky 1 (Cox 1).
junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 56-35.

RIVERDALE 56
LUCAS 24
LUCAS — Riverdale’s strong first half propelled the Falcons to a 56-24 victory Tuesday night over Lucas in a North Central Conference girls basketball game.
The Falcons (9-9, 6-4 NCC) enjoyed a 29-14 advantage going into halftime and finished strong with a 27-10 edge in the second half.
Kristen Evans led the Falcons with 14 points. Tiffany Wright contributed 12 points and four rebounds. Ashlynn Walter scored seven points and grabbed a game-high 11 boards.
Jaclyn Sauder led the Cubs (4-12, 2-8) with eight points. Jamie Robinson grabbed a team-high six rebounds.

RIVERDALE (9-9, 6-4)
Farrow 2-2—6, T. Wright 4-3—12, Parish 2-0—4, J. Wright 3-1—8, Evans 5-4—14, Frey 0-4—4, Walter 3-1—7, Manns 0-1—1. TOTALS: 19-42 16-24—56.
LUCAS (4-12, 2-8)
Murphy 0-1—1, Niswander 2-0—4, M. Sauder 0-0-0, J. Robinson 1-1—3, J. Sauder 3-0—8, Keiser 2-0—6, E. Robinson 1-0—2. TOTALS: 9-44 2-6—24.
Riverdale   13 16 9 18 — 56
Lucas   8 6 5 5 — 24
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 2 (T. Wright & J. Wright); Lucas 4 (J. Sauder & Keiser 2).
rebounds: Riverdale 36 (Walter 11); Lucas 13 (J. Robinson 6).
turnovers: Riverdale 19, Lucas 19.

Girls Basketball: Michel reaches 1,000 for Miller City
MILLER CITY — Miller City’s Missy Michel needed just three points Tuesday to reach 1,000 for her career.
She got that and more, finishing with 18 points as the Wildcats hung on for a 51-47 win over Paulding in nonconference girls basketball action.
Michel dispensed with any drama early, scoring her 1,000th point on a free throw with 4:37 left to play in the first quarter. She also led Miller City (3-15) with 10 rebounds. Brandi Gerschutz added 17 points, 12 of which came on four 3-pointers.
Led by Brooke Combs’ 15 points, Paulding (4-12) led by a field goal after the first quarter, but couldn’t sustain that momentum as Miller City went on a 16-7 run to go ahead 28-21 at the half.

PAULDING (4-12)
Edwards 2-0—4, McCullough 2-2—6, Bland 2-0—4, Combs 6-0—15, Pease 3-1—7, Reinhart 2-1—5, Nardon 2-2—6. TOTALS: 19-30 6-12—47.
MILLER CITY (3-15)
Gerschutz 6-1—17, Klear 0-2—2, Simon 2-0—4, Michel 6-6—18, Lammers 1-0-2, Neise 3-2—8. TOTALS: 38-18 11-17—47.
Paulding   14 7 15 11 — 47
Miller City   12 16 13 10 — 51
3-Point GOALS: Paulding 3-5 (Combs 3); Miller City 4-13 (Gerschutz 4).
rebounds: Paulding 14, Miller city 26.
turnovers: Paulding 18, Miller City 21.
junior varsity: Miller City, 37-31.

OTTOVILLE 62
ELIDA 42
ELIDA — Ottoville’s defense dominated the first quarter and its offense dominated the second as the No. 1-ranked Big Green jumped ahead early and cruised to a 62-42 nonleague girls basketball win over Elida.
Six-three senior center Abby Siefker, a Bowling Green State University signee, scored 23 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, had a team-high four assists and blocked two shots.
Rachel Beining scored 14 points and Taylor Mangas added 10 as Ottoville, ranked No. 1 among Ohio’s Division IV schools, improved to 18-0.
The Big Green have won 42 consecutive regular season games.
Ottoville limited Elida to just four points in the first quarter. Ottoville’s offense then fired up in a 25-10 second-quarter burst that gave the Big Breen a 40-14 lead at the half.
Osha Owens led Elida (7-11) with 15 points.

ottoville (18-0)
Siefker 9-5—23, Beining 7-0—14, Mangas 4-0—10, Vorst 2-1—6, Turnwald 1-2—5, Eickholt 1-0—2, Lindeman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 25-59 8-14—62.
elida (7-11)
Owens 5-2—15, Slusher 4-0—8, Kline 3-0—7, McAdams 2-0—4, Lowry 1-0—2, Downton 1-0—2, Smith 1-0—2, Pauff 1-0—2. TOTALS: 18-49 2-3—42.
Ottoville   15 25 11 11 — 62
Elida   5 10 12 16 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 4-16 (Mangas 2, Vorst, Turnwald); Elida 4-17 (Owens 3, Kline).
rebounds: Ottoville 40 (Siefker 16, Beining 7, Mangas 7); Elida 25 (McAdams 7, Downton 6).
turnovers: Ottoville 15, Elida 20.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 49
NAPOLEON 38
OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf’s second quarter advvantage powered the Titans to a 49-38 victory over Napoleon Tuesday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
The Titans (12-6) allowed just two points in the second quarter to expand their lead to 28-14.
The victory was the Titans’ ninth win in their last 10 games and their fourth straight win at home.
Kristen Miller led the Titans with 14 points. Elissa Ellerbrock scored nine points and grabbed a game-high eight rebounds.
Courtney Smith led Napoleon (3-14) with eight points and seven rebounds.

NAPOLEON (3-14)
Lawson 3-0—7, Homan 0-0—0, Smith 4-0—8, Rausch 2-1—5, Sonnenberg 3-0–6, Ferguson 2-2—6, Gerken 2-2—6. TOTALS: 14 4-6—38.
OTTAWA-GLANDORF (12-6)
Maag 1-0—2, D. Ellerbrock 1-0—3, E. Ellerbrock 4-1—9, Miller 5-2—14, Bellman 0-2—2, Basinger 1-0—2, Schroeder 1-0–2, Hempfling 0-0—0, Closson 2-0–4, Koch 0-1—1, Stechshulte 1-1—3. TOTALS: 16 8-15—49.
Napoleon   10 2 13 13 — 38
Ottawa-Glandorf   12 16 8 13 — 49
3-Point GOALS: Napoleon 2 (Lawson & Rausch; Ottawa-Glandorf 3 (Miller 2, D. Ellerbrock)
rebounds: Napoleon 18 (Smith 7); Ottawa-Glandorf 22 (E. Ellerbrock 8).
turnovers: Napoleon 18, Ottawa-Glandorf 17.

KALIDA 61
SPENCERVILLE 38
KALIDA — After a slow start Tuesday, Kalida finally found a rhythm in the second period en route to a 61-38 win over Spencerville in nonconference girls basketball.
A total of 12 players scored for Kalida (11-5), which was led by Jackie Gardner’s 14 points.
With the score tied 10-10 after the first quarter, Kalida went on a 19-8 run for a 29-18 halftime lead and extended that advantage to 45-28 heading into the final period.
Schylar Miller finished with 16 points for Spencerville (2-15).

spencerville (2-15)
S. Miller 7-0—16, Grigsby 4-0—8, Freewalt 2-1—5, Mulholland 1-1—4, Purdy 1-0—3, Propst 1-0—2. TOTALS: 16-48 2-6—38.
kalida (11-5)
Gardner 5-4—14, N. Recker 2-0—4, Holtkamp 2-0—4, K. Recker 1-0—3, Ky. Siebeneck 0-1—1, Smith 3-1—7, Turnwald 3-1—7, Honigfort 2-0—6, Vorst 1-0–2, Osterhage 2-0—4, Kahle 2-2—7, Ka. Siebeneck 0-2—2. TOTALS: 23-55 11-17—61.
Spencerville   10 8 10 10 — 38
Kalida   10 19 16 16 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Spencerville 4-16 (Miller 2, Mulholland & Purdy 1); Kalida 4-14 (Honigfort 2, Kahle & K. Recker 1).
rebounds: Spencerville 25, Kalida 36.
turnovers: Spencerville 25, Kalida 20.
junior varsity: Kalida, 27-19.

AYERSVILLE 54
FORT JENNINGS 26
FORT JENNINGS — Ayersville exploded with a 19-4 advantage in the third quarter to pull away from Fort Jennings 54-26 Tuesday night in nonconference girls basketball action.
The Pilots (10-7) committed 25 turnovers, but made 22 of 30 shots (73 percent) from the field.
Megan Schubert scored 15 points to lead Ayersville, while Emily Cromer added 12.
Macy Schroeder and Gabbi German scored six points apiece for Fort Jennings (7-12), which made only one of 17 3-pointers and shot a frigid 18 percent (9 of 49) from the floor.

ayersville (10-7)
Balley 0-2—2, Cromer 5-1—12, Hammersmith 4-0—8, Schubert 7-1—15, Church 1-0—2, Addington 4-2—11, Moore 1-0—2, Schroeder 0-2—2. TOTALS: 22-30 8-19—54.
fort jennings (7-12)
Calvelage 2-0—4, Schroeder 2-1—6, Clay 1-0—2, Gable 0-1—1, German 2-2—6, Osting 2-1—5, Kehres 0-2—2. TOTALS: 9-49 7-17—26.
Ayersville   8 11 19 16 — 54
Fort Jennings   2 10 4 10 — 26
3-Point GOALS: Ayersville 2-3 (Cromer & Addington); Fort Jennings 1-17 (Schroeder 1).
rebounds: Ayersville 19, Fort Jennings 15.
turnovers: Ayersville 25, Fort Jennings 16.
junior varsity: Ayersville, 42-41.

BOYS  BASKETBALL: Bluffton falls in double OT
BLUFFTON — Kenton converted 11 of 16 free throws in two overtime periods and downed Bluffton Tuesday in a nonconference boys basketball matchup.
Down 35-22 in the fourth quarter the Pirates (7-8) scored 22 points to tie the game 44-44 at the end of regulation.
The two teams then each scored nine points in the first extra period before Kenton finally won it at the line. Bluffton hit just 2 of 9 free throws in the two extra periods.
Grant Sherman led the Wildcats (8-5) with 18 points while Colyn Blackford put up 14 points.
Levi Kistler paced Bluffton with 17 points while Austin Bricker and Michael Donley contributed 11 points apiece.

Kenton (8-5)
Sherman 6-6—18, Blackford 4-4—14, Furbushy 3-3—9, Halsey 2-4—8, Bahr 1-3—6, Downing 1-3—5. TOTALS: 17-24—61.
Bluffton(7-8)
Kistler 7-1—17, Bricker 4-3—11, Donley 3-3—11, N. Stratton 3-0—8, Ault 3-0—6, R. Stratton 1-2—4. TOTALS: 21-9—57.
Kenton 7 15 13 9 9 8 — 61
Bluffton 7 10 5 22 9 4 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Kenton 3 (Lautensdilager 2, Bahr 1); Bluffton 6 (N. Stratton 2, Kistler 2, Donley 2).
turnovers: Kenton 20, Bluffton 22.

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 65
GRAND LAKES CHR. 63
Lewis Larsen scored 26 points on Tuesday when Heritage Christian rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to knock off Grand Lake Christian 65-63 in a nonleague boys basketball contest.
Larsen, a 6-foot-7 sophomore center, also grabbed seven rebounds. Dillon Berry scored 17 points and Ethan Houdeshell had nine for Heritage Christian, which trailed 38-28 at the half but got back into it with a 20-11 surge in the third quarter.
Josiah Long handed out nine assists for the Minutemen (4-8).
Jacob Henry had a team-high 22 points for Grand Lakes Christian (10-10).

grand lakes christian (10-10)
Henry 8-4—22, Burckholter 7-0—18, Howell 4-3—11, Meyer 5-0—10, Powell 1-0—2. TOTALS: 24-62 7-15—63.
heritage christian (4-8)
S. Berry 2-1—5, Schultz 2-0—4, Long 1-2—4, Houdeshell 2-4—9, Larsen 13-0—26, D. Berry 6-3—17. TOTALS: 26-57 10-25—65.
Grand Lakes   19 19 11 14 — 63
Heritage Christian   21 7 20 17 — 65
3-Point GOALS: Grand Lakes 6-18 (Henry 2, Burckholter 4); Heritage 3 (Houdeshell, D. Berry 2).
rebounds: Grand Lakes 31 (Meyer 8); Heritage 26 (Larsen 7).
turnovers: Grand Lakes 11, Heritage 13.

LAKE 54
ELMWOOD 27
MILLBURY — Lake set the tone in the first quarter with a 14-5 advantage as the Flyers defeated Elmwood 54-27 Tuesday night in a Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball game.
The Flyers’ (15-2, 7-2 NBC) defense was on top of their game allowing single-digit scoring in each quarter.
Marcus Pierce led the Fylers with 12 points. Jayce Vancena added 10 points.
Zach Foster was the leading scorer for the Royals (9-6, 4-5) with 10 points.

ELMWOOD (9-6, 4-5)
Robbins 0-2—2, Foster 3-4—10, Baxter 0-1—1, Arnold 2-0—5, Hoiles 1-0—2, Robinson 2-0—4, Chapman 0-0–0. TOTALS: 7 2-7—27.
LAKE (15-2, 7-2)
Witt 1-0—3, Rettig 2-0—5, Swartz 2-1—5, Landis 3-0-7, Bowen 4-4—12, Vancena 3-4—10, Pierce 6-0—12. TOTALS: 18 3-9—54.
Elmwood   5 8 5 9 — 27
Lake   14 6 19 15 — 54
junior varsity: Lake, 52-32.

ROSSFORD 59
FOSTORIA 46
ROSSFORD — Fostoria fell behind early in the first quarter and never could catch up in a 59-46 loss to Rossford in Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball on Tuesday.
Dominique Fuller scored 24 points for Fostoria (2-12, 1-8 NBC). No other Redmen player scored more than five points.
Derek Mack and Nathan Childress scored 12 points apiece and Brian Burks added 10 for Rossford (8-9, 6-4). The Bulldogs converted 23 of 29 free throws and outscored Fostoria 23-9 from the line.

FOSTORIA (2-12, 1-8)
Cook 1-1—3, Fuller 7-5—24, Mahan 1-0—2, Bemis 2-0—4, Mauricio 2-0—4, Martin 1-3–5, Stennett 2-0—4. TOTALS: 21-64 9-17—46.
ROSSFORD (8-9, 6-4)
Miller 2-2—6, Niese 2-2—8, Mack 3-5—12, Savage 1-0—3, Hotz 0-2—2, Aguire 1-2-4, Burks 4-2—10, Childress 2-8—12, Allen 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-51 23-29—59.
Foster   7 13 10 16 — 46
Rossford   13 15 15 16 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 5-16 (Fuller 5); Rossford 4-9 (Niese 2, Mack & Savage 1).
rebounds: Fostoria 19 (Abell 6); Rossford 25 (Childress 8).
turnovers: Fostoria 15, Rossford 14.
junior varsity: Rossford, 47-31.

WAYNE TRACE 61
CONTINENTAL 41
CONTINENTAL — Wayne Trace blew the game open from the start with a 23-8 first quarter lead as the Raiders beat Continental 61-41 in a nonconference boys basketball game Tuesday night.
The game was mostly even for both teams, but the Raiders’ (13-1) first-quarter explosion set the tone.
Dalton Sinn led the Raiders with 16 points. Grady Gudakunst added 13 points and Corbin Linder 11.
Tyler Rue led the Pirates (5-10), who have lost four straight and nine of their last 10, with 17 points and seven rebounds.

WAYNE TRACE (13-1)
Gerber 1-0—2, Gudakunst 2-4—13, Speice 1-1—2, Arend 2-0–4, Linder 4-0—11, Wenzlick 0-2—2, Sinn 6-4—16, McClain 1-2—4, Kortokrax 2-1—5. TOTALS: 20-47 14-26—61.
continental (5-10)
Dockery 1-2—7, Halliwill 2-1—6, Slattman 2-2—6, Rue 8-1—17, Prowant 0-1—1, Bradford 1-0—2, Schmidt 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-44 5-14—41.
Wayne Trace   23 11 15 11 — 61
Continental   8 10 12 11 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Wayne Trace 6 (Linder & Gudakunst 3); Continental 2 (Dockery & Halliwill).
rebounds: Wayne Trace 33, Continental 22.
turnovers: Wayne Trace 13, Continental 15.
junior varsity: Wayne Trace, 33-24.

PREP WRESTLING
COLUMBUS GROVE 42, SPENCERVILLE 36
106 — Double forfeit.
113 — Keysor (CG) pinned King, :23.
120 — Hauenstein (CG) won by forfeit.
126 — E. Schroeder (CG) won by forfeit.
132 — Bockey (Spen) pinned Siefker, :46.
138 — Binkley (Spen) pinned Stechschulte, 1:32.
145 — C. Bellows (Spen) pinned T. Schroeder, 3:46.
152 — An. Burgei (CG) pinned Brown, :43.
160 — Shartzer (CG) pinned Sawmiller, 3:54.
170 — Al. Burgei (CG) won by forfeit.
182 — Selhorst (CG) pinned W. Krouskop, 3:35.
195 — Shumate (Spen) pinned Johnson, 2:43.
220 — L. Krouskop (Spen) pinned Wiswasser, :32.
285 — J. Bellows (Spen) pinned Shaffer, 1:43.

COLUMBUS GROVE 60, LINCOLNVIEW 18
106 — Keysor (CG) pinned Rodriguez, 1:14.
113 — Markward (Linc) won by forfeit.
120 — Hauenstein (CG) pinned Proctor, 1:43.
126 — E. Schroeder (CG) won by forfeit.
132 — Gibson (Linc) dec. Siefker, 8-5, OT.
138 — Stechschulte (CG) pinned McKenzie, 3:38.
145 — T. Schroeder (CG) won by forfeit.
152 — An. Burgei (CG) won by forfeit.
160 — Shartzer (CG) won by forfeit.
170 — Hicks (Linc) pinned Al. Burgei, 4:34.
182 — Benroth (CG) won by forfeit.
195 — Johnson (CG) won by forfeit.
220 — Wiswasser (CG) won by forfeit.
285 — Matthews (Linc) dec. Shaffer, 7-4.
DUAL-MEET RECORDS: Columbus Grove, 13-4.