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Prep Schedule & Updates: 02-05-13

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Results
Midland Athletic League
Lakota 71, St. Wendelin 50
Toledo City League
Toledo Rogers 80, Toledo Bowsher 63
Toledo Start 76, Toledo Woodward 51
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Cardinal Stritch 65, Toledo Emmanuel Baptist 44
Northwood 74, Danbury 33
Ottawa Hills 42, Maumee Valley Country Day 26
Toledo Christian 90, Gibsonburg 71
Other NW Ohio Games
Anthony Wayne 50, Toledo Whitmer 41
Bluffton 64, Riverdale 50
Columbus Grove 53, Pandora-Gilboa 25
Genoa 77, Oak Harbor 73
Heritage Christian 49, Lima Christian Academy 46
Lima Temple Christian 51, Lincolnview 50
Marion Catholic 64, Gilead Christian 40
Miller City 72, Lima Perry 55
Monclova Christian 74, Bettsville 53
Mount Gilead 76, Wynford 52
Ottoville 29, Fort Jennings 28
Paulding 70, Hicksville 49
Plymouth 71, Seneca East 67
Ridgemont 89, Crestline 81
Shelby 71, Galion Senior 56
South Charleston Southeastern 49, Fairbanks 37
Tiffin Columbian 75, Fostoria Senior 56
Tol. Cent. Catholic 55, Sylvania Southview 40
Upper Sandusky 63, Mohawk 32
Upper Scioto Valley 59, Carey 54
PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Results
Northern Buckeye Conference
Eastwood 54, Fostoria Senior 48
Lake 56, Woodmore 52
Otsego 55, Genoa 50
Rossford 52, Elmwood 47
Other NW Ohio Games
Ashland Crestview 66, Bucyrus 58
Bellevue 62, Sandusky Perkins 60
Berlin Hiland 41, West Holmes 36
Bowling Green 57, Bryan 38
Celina 60, Convoy Crestview 42
Clear Fork 49, Lucas 27
Coldwater 57, Wapakoneta 47
Colonel Crawford at River Valley
Continental 50, Wayne Trace 36
Edon 53, Fairview 33
Elida 63, Parkway 55
Fremont Ross 51, Sandusky Senior 36
Fremont St. Joseph 57, Sandusky St. Mary’s 42
Hilltop 49, Swanton 44
Hopewell-Loudon 56, Cory-Rawson 48
Kalida 33, Holgate 31
Kenton 56, Bluffton 45
Liberty-Benton 63, Miller City 35
Lima Bath 66, Marion Local 62
Lima Perry 62, Hardin Northern 28
Mansfield Madison 57, Mansfield St. Peter’s 51
Marion Harding 36, Lexington 34
Milan Edison 46, Norwalk St. Paul 45
Montpelier 47, Tinora 45
New Bremen 60, Spencerville 52
New Knoxville 57, Houston 35
Northeastern 67, Riverside 43
Oak Harbor 52, Tiffin Columbian 29
Ontario 65, Norwalk Senior 41
Stryker 46, Antwerp 36
Willard 71, New London 17

BOYS BASKETBALL: Vorhees keys Grove
PANDORA — Will Vorhees dropped 20 points as Columbus Grove beat Pandora-Gilboa Tuesday 53-25 in Putnam County League boys basketball action.
Collin Grothaus and Derek Rieman both contributed nine points for the Bulldogs (12-6, 5-1), who held the Rockets to single-digit scoring over the first three quarters of play.
Abe Basinger scored seven points for the Rockets (4-14, 2-6).

Columbus grove (12-6, 5-1)
Vorhees 4-11—20, Grothaus 4-1—9, Rieman 4-1—9, Darbyshire 1-4—6, Shafer 2-0—4, Tussing 1-0—3, Hoffman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 14-37 18-22—53.
Pandora-gilboa (4-14, 2-6)
Basinger 2-2—7, Fenstermaker 2-2—6, Tousley 2-0—4, Triplehorn 1-0—3, Schneck 1-0—3, Wauters  1-0—2. TOTALS: 8-46 4-9—25.
Columbus Grove  7 17 17 12  53
Pandora-Gilboa  3 6 5 11  25
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 2-8 (Vorhees 1, Tussing 1); Pandora-Gilboa 3-16 (Schneck 1, Basinger 1, Triplehorn 1).
rebounds: Columbus Grove 22; Pandora-Gilboa 16 (Schneck 3).
turnovers: Columbus Grove 7, Pandora-Gilboa 12.
junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 52-14.

OTTOVILLE                       29
FORT JENNINGS               28
OTTOVILLE — Ottoville snapped its four-game losing skid Tuesday night as the Big Green defeated Fort Jennings 29-28 in a Putnam County League boys basketball game.
Down by one entering the fourth quarter, the Big Green (7-11, 2-3 PCL) finished on an 11-9 run to hand the Musketeers (4-15, 1-4) their fourth straight loss.
Tyler Roby led the Big Green with nine points. Luke Schimmoeller added eight points.
Nick Von Sossan and Kurt Warnkecke each scored eight points for the Musketeers.

FORT JENNINGS (4-15, 1-4)
Von Sossan 3-0—8, Wallenhorst 2-0—5, Wittler 1-0—2, Kehres 1-0—2, Warnecke 4-0—8, Kohli 1-1—3. TOTALS: 12 1-3—28.
OTTOVILLE (7-11, 2-3)
D. Schimmoeller 2-0—4, R. Honigford 2-0—4, Roby 3-0—9, A. Honigford 1-0—2, Landin 1-0—2, L. Schimmoeller 3-2—8. TOTALS: 12 2-4—29.
Fort Jenninngs  8 4 7 9 — 28
Ottoville  2 7 9 11 — 29
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 3 (Von Sossan 2, Wallenhorst); Ottoville 3 (Roby).
junior varsity: Ottoville, 20-18.

UPPER SANDUSKY          63
MOHAWK                            32
UPPER SANDUSKY — Trent Howard paced Upper Sandusky to a strong start Tuesday with seven points in the first as the Rams built a 13-4 lead and Upper pulled away for a 63-32 win over Mohawk in a nonleague boys basketball game.
Joe Reille (13 points) and Stuart Young (12) were also in double figures for the Rams (10-8). Carson Mittermaier had a game-high nine rebounds and Cody Collins grabbed eight. Drew Loose led Mohawk (6-11) with 13 points.

Mohawk (6-11)
Boyd 0-2—2, Parker 2-0—4, Godincz 0-1—1, Loose 6-1—13, Walton 3-0—6, Ekleberry 3-0—6. TOTALS: 14-51 4-12 — 32.
Upper sandusky (10-8)
Reile 4-3—13, Clifford 1-2—4, Gilliland 0-0—0, Howard 6-7—20, Miller 0-0—0, Collins 1-0—2, Frey 1-3—5, Young 4-4—12, Mittermaier 1-1—3, Myers 1-2—4. TOTALS: 19-54 22-30 — 63.
Mohawk  4 10 11 7 — 32
Upper Sandusky  13 19 8 23 — 63
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 0-9; Upper Sandusky 3-10 (Reile 2, Howard).
rebounds: Mohawk 25 (Krupp 5); Upper Sandusky 38 (Mittermaier 9).
turnovers: Mohawk 15, Upper Sandusky 9.
junior varsity: Mohawk, 45-43.

BLUFFTON                         64
RIVERDALE                       50
BLUFFTON — Levi Kistler and Michael Donley combined for 27 points as Bluffton defeated Riverdale 64-50 Tuesday in a nonconference boys basketball matchup.
Bluffton (8-9) got a game-high 16 points from Kistler and 11 points from Donley. Jordan Skilliter contributed 11 points.
Lee Holderman led Riverdale (3-13) with 13 points while Adam Fox 11 and Chad Pever 10.

Riverdale (3-13,)
Holderman 3-6—13, A. Fox 4-4—11, Pever 3-2—10, J. Fox 4-0—9, Farrow 2-0—4. TOTALS: 16-12—50.
bluffton (8-9,)
Kistler 7-2—16, Donley 5-0—11, Skilliter 4-3—11, Bricker 4-1, N. Stratton 4-0—8, Phillips 1-0—3, R. Stratton 0-2—2, Evans 1-0—2, Ault 1-0—2. TOTALS: 27-8—64.
Riverdale   6 8 16 20 — 50
Bluffton   12 14 22 16 — 64
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 6 (Pever 2, A Fox 2, Holderman 1, J. Fox 1); Bluffton 2 (Phillips 1, Donley 1).
turnovers: Bluffton 6.

MILLER CITY 72
LIMA PERRY 55
MILLER CITY — Austin Lammers’ double-double was one of many highlights for Miller City Tuesday night as the Wildcats defeated Lima Perry 72-55 in a nonconference boys basketball game.
It is the Wildcats’ (14-4) ninth victory in the last 10 games as Lammers scored 12 points while grabbing a game-high 13 rebounds.
Four players scored in double figures for the Wildcats, including Ross Kaufman’s game-high 20 points. Adam Niese added 14 points and Russell Niese 11 points, including a team-high three 3-pointers.
Jared Poling scored a team-high 15 points for the Commodores (6-11). Bruce Hodges added 11 points and eight rebounds.

LIMA PERRY (6-11)
Sanders 3-0—6, Luster 1-0—2, J. Poling 4-3—15, Hodges 4-3—11, Smith 2-0—5, Callahan 4-0—8, Johnson 3-1—8. TOTALS: 21-56 7-14—55.
MILLER CITY (14-4)
R. Niese 4-0—11, Heuerman 0-3—3, Drummelsmith 1-0—3, A. Niese 5-3—14, Kaufman 7-6—20, Lammers 3-5—12, Vennekotter 4-1—9. TOTALS: .
Lima Perry   11 11 18 15 — 55
Miller City   18 16 17 22 — 72
3-Point GOALS: Lima Perry 6 (J. Poling 4, Smith & Johnson); Miller City 6 (R. Niese 3, Drummelsmith, A. Niese & Lammers).
rebounds: Lima Perry 29 (Hodges 8); Miller City 37 (Lammers 13).
turnovers: Lima Perry 12, Miller City 11.
junior varsity: Miller City, 54-28.

LAKOTA 71
ST. WENDELIN 50
FOSTORIA — Kody Brewer and Colin Timmons combined to score as many points as St. Wendelin and Lakota stomped St. Wendelin 71-50 Tuesday night in boys nonleague action.
Brewer had an especially stellar evening with 30 points on 10 of 19 shooting from the field and 6 of 7 from the free throw line. He also claimed a team-high nine rebounds.
Timmons did most of his damage from the free throw line as he went 11 of 14 from the stripe. He scored 20 points and snared seven boards.
Zack Miller, Nick Schumaker and Gabe Walters each scored 13 points for St. Wendelin.
Schumaker brought in nine rebounds and Nick Root had four assists.

lakota (5-12, 3-6)
Timmons 4-11—20, McGown 2-2—6, Sprow 3-0—6, Kirkpatrick 0-2—2, Brewer 10-6—30, Ray 1-0—2, Below 2-1—5. TOTALS: 22-42 22-30—71.
st. wendelin (6-11, 2-7)
Root 1-0—2, Rutter 2-0—6, Schumaker 6-1—13, Miller 5-3—13, Bello 1-0—2, Scudder 0-1—1, Walters 6-1—13. TOTALS: 21-64 6-10—50.
Lakota   20 10 18 23 — 71
St. Wendelin   10 11 16 13 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Lakota 5-13 (Brewer 4, Timmons 1); St. Wendelin 2-14 (Rutter 2).
rebounds: Lakota 31 (Brewer 9, Timmons 7); St. Wendelin 29 (Schumaker 9, Walters 6).
turnovers: Lakota 22, St. Wendelin 18.

TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 75
FOSTORIA 56
FOSTORIA — Trailing 18-16 after one quarter, Tiffin Columbian counted on excellent overall balance to catch, overtake and roll past Fostoria 75-56 in boys nonleague basketball action on Tuesday.
Derek Dryfuse and Cody Daniel, a pair of 6-foot-5 sophomores, combined for 26 points and Tiffin Columbian almost had six double-digit scorers in rallying for the win.
Dryfuse tossed in 15 points, Josh Flint 14 and Bryce Lonsway 13. Daniel scored 11 points, Conner Conley 10 and Donovan Walker nine as the Tornadoes (6-9) turned the tables by outscoring Fostoria (2-15) 41-17 over the second and third quarters.
Dominique Fuller scored a game-high 19 points and Adonis Cousin added 14 for Fostoria.

tiffin columbian (6-9)
Demith 0-2—2, Lonsway 5-1—13, Flint 5-1—14, Conley 2-4—10, Walker 4-0—9, Lynch 0-1—1, Warner 0-0—0, Dryfuse 6-3—15, Daniel 2-7—11. TOTALS: 24 19-29—75.
fostoria (2-15)
V. Cousin 0-0—0, Fuller 4-6—19, Sferro 0-0—0, Cannon 1-0—2, A. Cousin 4-5—14, Mauricio 1-0—2, Bemis 2-0—5, Martin 1-0—2, Abell 3-0—6, Stennett 1-4—6. TOTALS: 18-43 15-22—56.
Tiffin Columbian   16 17 24 18 — 75
Fostoria   18 9 8 21 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Tiffin Columbian 8 (Conley 3, Lonsway 2, Flint 2, Walker); Fostoria 5-13 (Fuller 4, A. Cousin).
REBOUNDS: Tiffin Columbian 24; Fostoria 17 (Martin 5).
TURNOVERS: Tiffin Columbian 13, Fostoria 17.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Tiffin Columbian, 39-38.

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 49
LIMA CHRISTIAN 46
Heritage Christian built a six-point halftime lead over Lima Christian Academy on Tuesday, enough of a cushion to hold on for a 49-46 victory in a Buckeye Christian Schools Association contest.
Ethan Houdeshell and Dillon Berry scored 13 points each to lead Heritage Christian (6-8). Houdeshell and Lewis Larsen grabbed eight rebounds each and Josiah Long had seven assists.
Dylan Pettigrew scored 20 points and Jesse Cave added 15 for Lima Christian (4-4).

lima christian (4-4)
Cave 7-1—15, Pettigrew 9-0—20, Garcia 0-1—1, N. Grimm 1-2—5, Sherick 2-1—5. TOTALS: 19-51 5-13—46.
heritage christian (6-8)
Schultz 4-0—8, Long 1-0—3, Houdeshell 5-3—13, Beal 3-0—6, Larsen 3-0—6, Berry 5-0—13. TOTALS: 21-47 3-7—49.
Lima Christian   14 11 14 7 — 46
Heritage Christian   17 14 11 7 — 49
3-Point GOALS: Lima Christian 3-9 (Pettigrew 2, N. Grimm); Heritage Christian 4-7 (Berry 3, Long).
rebounds: Lima Christian 32 (Sherick 7); Heritage Christian 36 (Larsen 8, Houdeshell 8).
turnovers: Lima Christian 13, Heritage Christian 16.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hohman leads H-L past Cory-Rawson
BASCOM — Cassandra Hohman scored 23 points and Hopewell-Loudon’s 1-3-1 defense caused Cory-Rawson fits as the Chieftains defeated the Hornets 56-48 Tuesday in nonconference girls basketball action.
Cory-Rawson (7-12) was just 20 of 64 shooting as the Hornets fell behind 33-20 by halftime.
Hohman made seven 2-point field goals and two 3-pointers for Hopewell-Loudon (13-7), which has won five consecutive games and seven of its last eight.
Danielle Rohrbach added 12 points for the Chieftians and Lauren Trumpler had four points and nine rebounds.
Megan Ritter had team highs of 14 points and seven rebounds for Cory-Rawson. Courtney Dulle chipped in 12 points.

cory-rawson (7-12)
Scott 1-2-2—9, Dulle 2-2-2—12, Erford 1-0—2, Ritter 7-0—14, Tuttle 3-0—7, Burkholder 1-0—2, Hulihan 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-64 4-8—48.
hopewell-loudon (13-7)
Burns 1-2—7, Daniel 1-2—4, Hohman 2-7-3—23, Trumpler 2-0—4, Coleman 1-0—2, Rohrbach 5-2—12. TOTALS: 23-45 7-12—56.
Cory-Rawson   10 10 8 20 — 48
Hopewell-Loudon   15 18 17 8 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 4-23 (Scott & Dulle 2); Hopewell-Loudon 3-11 (Hohman 2, Burns 1).
rebounds: Cory-Rawson 27 (Ritter 7); Hopewell-Loudon 38 (Trumpler 9).
turnovers: Cory-Rawson 15, Hopewell-Loudon 20.

LIBERTY-BENTON 63
MILLER CITY 35
Several of Liberty-Benton’s role players stepped to the forefront Tuesday as the Eagles cruised past Miller City 63-35 in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Carrie Reynolds had team highs of 16 points, three steals and five assists for Liberty-Benton (15-4) with 16 points. Nicolette Devincentis added 14 points.
Mainstay Katie Simon, meanwhile, scored 14 points and snared eight rebounds for the Eagles, who will play at Arcadia on Thursday with a chance to win a share of the Blanchard Valley Conference championship.
Missy Michel led Miller City (4-16) with 24 points and 11 rebounds.

Miller City (4-16)
Klear 3-0—7, Michel 8-8—24, Lammers 1-2—4. TOTALS: 12-40 10-11 — 35.
Liberty-Benton (15-4)
Stuck 1-0—2, Trevino 0-0—0, Kotey 3-0—6, Myers 1-4—7, Gray 1-0—2, Devincentis 5-2—14, Weaver 1-0—2, Simon 7-0—14, Reynolds 6-2—16, Lishawa 0-0—0. TOTALS: 25-56 8-10 — 63.
Miller City   8 9 4 14 — 35
Liberty-Benton   17 12 16 18 — 63
3-Point GOALS: Miller City 1-6 (Klear); Liberty-Benton 5-11 (Lishawa & Devincentis 2, Myers).
rebounds: Miller City 17 (Michel 11); Liberty-Benton 27 (Simon 8).
turnovers: Miller City 23, Liberty-Benton 3.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 49-24.

ROSSFORD 52
ELMWOOD 47
Rossford — Elmwood was handed its third loss in four games Tuesday night as the Royals fell 52-47 to Rossford in Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball play.
Elmwood (16-3 overall), which suffered its first NBC loss in 11 games, won its first 15 games before stumbling over the last four contests.
Brittany Gross paced Elmwood with 14 points while Kristen Curtis added 13.
Julie Hotz had a game-high 17 points for Rossford (11-8, 8-4).

Elmwood (16-3, 10-1)
Gross 4-5—14, Curtis 5-0—13, George 1-4—7, Emmitt 2-0—4, T. HIllard 1-1, To. Hillard 1-1—3, Ervin 0-1—1. TOTALS: 15-12—47.
Rossford (11-8,8-4)
Hotz 6-5—17, Morris 7-2—16, Jackson 2-4—9, Mitchell 4-0—8, Parisi 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-11—52.
Elmwood   11 9 13 14 — 47
Rossford   13 16 10 13 — 52
3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 5 (Curtis 3, T. Hillard 1, Gross 1); Rossford 1 (Jackson 1).

PATRICK HENRY 54
PETTISVILLE 35
HAMLER — Patrick Henry’s  stingy second-half defense catapulted the Patriots to their sixth straight win, 54-35 over Pettisville Tuesday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
The Patriots (17-1) allowed 14 points in the first half while outscoring the Blackbirds (8-5) 36-21 in the scond half.
Mallory Michaelis led the Patriots with 12 points and seven rebounds. Katy Hammer contributed 11 points and five rebounds. Rylee Bower grabbed a team-high eight boards.
Tanner Hostetler scored nine points for the Blackbirds.

PETTISVILLE (8-5)
Hostetler 3-0—9. Fricke 3-1—8, Klopfenstein 3-2—8, Avina 2-2—8, A. Klopfenstein 1-0—2. TOTALS: 18-66 5-7—35.
pATRICK HENRY (17-1)
Michaelis 4-3—12, Hammer 3-4—11, Bower 3-1—7, Tietje 2-1—6, Bostelman 2-1—5, Imbrock 1-0—3, Meyer 1-0—3, Fintel 1-0—2, Jones 1-0—2, Nye 1-0—2. TOTALS: 24-59 10-22—54.
Pettisville   9 5 6 15 — 35
Patrick Henry   7 11 19 17 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Pettisville 6 (Hostetler 3, Avina 2, Fricke); Patrick Henry 4 (Michaelis, Hammer, Meyer & Fintel).
rebounds: Pettisville 18 (Fricke 6); Patrick Henry 45 (Bower 8).
turnovers: Pettisville 13, Patrick Henry 13.

LIMA PERRY 62
HARDIN NORTHERN 28
LIMA — Lima Perry used a huge rebounding advantage to help defeat Hardin Northern 62-28 Tuesday in nonconference girls basketball play.
The Commadores outrebounded the Polar Bears 52-29.
Lexie Davis led Lima Perry (7-14) with 18 points. Abbie Patton (13 points) and Alexis Young (10) also reached double figures for the Commadores.
Kylee Hooker scored 12 points for Hardin Northern (1-18), which made just 9 of 59 shots from the field. Brooklyn Watts snagged eight boards.

hardin northern (1-18)
Campbell 2-0—4, Curtis 0-0—0, S. Schlatter 2-0—4, Watts 0-3—3, Madison 0-0—0, Roth 0-0—0, Ferkins 2-0—5, K. Schlatter 0-0—0, Hooker 3-5—12. TOTALS: 9-59 8-12—28.
lima perry (7-14)
Davis 9-0—18, King 1-1—3, Henderson 0-2—2, Patton 3-5—13, Young 4-2—10, Trent 2-0—6, cox 3-1—7, Watson 0-1—1, Phillips 1-0—2. TOTALS: 23-58 12-25—62.
Hardin Northern   5 9 7 7 — 28
Lima Perry   15 10 20 17 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 2-19 (Ferkins & Hooker 1); Lima Perry 4-9 (Patton & Trent 2).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 29; Lima Perry 52.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 17, Lima Perry 20.
junior varsity: Lima Perry, 27-20.

CONTINENTAL 50
WAYNE TRACE 36
HAVILAND — Continental’s 14-4 first quarter lead set the tone early as the Pirates defeated Wayne Trace 50-36 Tuesday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
The Pirates (14-5) enjoyed a 28-13 halftime lead before being outscored 23-18 in the second half.
Leva Weller recorded a near double-double for the Pirates scoring a team-high 14 points and grabbing nine rebounds. Paige Ordway added 11 points and Sloane Zachrich grabbed nine rebounds.
Erin Mohr led the Raiders (5-14) with a game-high 16 points.

CONTINTENTAL (14-5)
Fitzwater 1-0—3, Williamson 3-0—7, Koppenhofer 2-2—8, Zachrich 2-1—5, Ordway 4-2—11, Baker 0-2—2, Weller 6-2—14. TOTALS: 18 8—50.
WAYNE TRACE (5-14)
Wannemacher 1-1—3, Mohr 7-2—16, Temple 1-1—3, Egnor 1-0—3, Feasby 1-2—4, Young 3-1—7. TOTALS: 14 7—36.
Continental   14 14 14 8 — 50
Wayne Trace   4 9 12 11 — 36
3-Point GOALS: Continental 5 (Koppenhofer 2, Fitzwater, Williamson & Ordway); Wayne Trace 1 (Egnor).
rebounds: Continental 29, Wayne Trace 33.
turnovers: Continental 9, Wyane Trace 16.
junior varsity: Continental, 36-22.

KALIDA 33
HOLGATE 31
KALIDA — Kalida built an eight-point cushion by halftime and the Wildcats hung on for a 33-31 nonleague girls basketball win over Holgate Tuesday.
Jackie Gardner scored 10 points to lead Kalida (11-7), which had seven players score.
The Wildcats also had a big edge on the glass as they outrebounded the Tigers 30-19. It made up for a tough effort from the free throw line; Kalida was 0 of 8 from the stripe.
Mattie Grim (12 points) and Marissa Myles (10) scored in double figures for Holgate (13-7).

holgate (13-7)
Grim 6-0—12, Myles 5-0—10, Niese 1-1—4, Clady 1-0—3, Desgranges 1-0—2, Abel 0-0—0, Like 0-0—0. TOTALS: 14-36 1-2—31.
kalida (11-7)
Gardner 5-0—10, N. Recker 1-0—2, Holtkamp 1-0—2, K. Recker 0-0—0, Smith 2-0—4, Turnwald 2-0—4, Honigfort 1-0—3, Osterhage 4-0—8, Kahle 0-0—0, Vandemark 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16-43 0-8—33.
Holgate   7 4 13 7 — 31
Kalida   11 8 8 6 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Holgate 2-9 (Niese & Clady 1); Kalida 1-11 (Honigfort 1).
rebounds: Holgate 19, Kalida 30.
turnovers: Holgate 10, Kalida 11.
junior varsity: Kalida, 34-17.

EASTWOOD  55
FOSTORIA 48
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood’s Weaver twins were double-trouble for Fostoria on Tuesday, leading the Eagles to a 55-48 Northern Buckeye League overtime win over the Redmen.
Kelsey and Presley Weaver both netted 16 points and Diana Bushman added 10 in helping Eastwood improve to 6-12 overall and 5-7 in NBC play. The Eagles were a chilly 16 of 61 (26 percent) from the field, but converted 20 of 24 free throws.
Fostoria, still looking for its first win of the season, led 19-16 at the half and 30-24 entering the fourth quarter. Eastwood tied it with a 19-13 advantage in the fourth period, and outscored the Redmen 31-18 in the fourth quarter and overtime.
Jada Hampton scored 17 points and Erica Moore had 16 for Fostoria (0-20, 0-12).

fostoria (0-20, 0-12)
Hampton 7-3—17, Settles 1-1—3, Smith 1-1—3, Tucker 1-3—5, L. Lentz 2-0—5, Moore 7-2—16. TOTALS: 19-46 10-20—48.
eastwood (6-12, 5-7)
Helm 1-1—3, Skibicki 1-0—3, Bushman 2-4—10, Boice 1-0—2, Gabel 0-5—5, K. Weaver 6-4—16, P. Weaver 5-6—16. TOTALS: 16-62 20-24—55.
Fostoria  10 9 11 13 5 — 48
Eastwood  7 9 8 19 12 — 55
3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 0-3; Eastwood 3-19 (Skibicki, Bushman 2).
rebounds: Fostoria 30.
turnovers: Fostoria 20.
junior varsity: Eastwood, 34-30.