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Prep Schedule & Updates: 02-11-13

There are four prep basketball games on the area local sports schedule tonight and we’ll have the latest on all of them tonight here at The Courier.
New Riegel and Colonel Crawford play a non-conference make up game that has been twice postponed by weather.
In girls basketball acrion, Elmwood visits Genoa, North Baltimore hosts Maumee Valley Country Day and Fort Jennings takes oN Delphos Jefferson.
We’ll have all the scores from around the region later tonight.
HIT REFRESH FOR LATEST UPDATES!

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Results
Northern Buckeye Conference
Elmwood 64, Genoa 56
Other NW Ohio Games
Convoy Crestview 59, Wayne Trace 24
Crestline at Cardington Lincoln
Delaware Christian 55, Mansfield Christian 38
Evergreen 49, Ottawa Hills 43
Fort Jennings 56, Delphos Jefferson 34
Napoleon 47, Bryan 32
North Baltimore 47, Maumee Valley Country Day 21
Northwood 31, Toledo Woodward 28
Perrysburg 69, Toledo Waite 22
Sandusky St. Mary’s 58, Cardinal Stritch 51
Sylvania Southview 67,  Toledo Bowsher 27
Tinora 55, Liberty Center 40
Waynesfield 71, Parkway 58
Wooster Senior 61, Massillon Perry 57
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Results
Other NW Ohio Games
New Riegel 67, Colonel Crawford 36

GIRLS BASKETBALL
FORT JENNINGS 56
DEPHOS JEFFERSON 34
FORT JENNINGS — All three Fort Jennings seniors hit for double figures on Senior Night as the Musketeers rolled to a 56-34 nonconference girls basketball win over Delphos Jefferson Monday night.
Gabbi german tossed in 14 points and Macy Schroeder added 13 points with five steals and four assists. Gina Stechschulte justed missed a double-double for Fort Jennings (8-12) as she scored 11 points with nine rebounds.
Rileigh Stockwell scored 15 points for Delphos Jefferson (7-14).

Delphos Jefferson (7-14)
Culp 2-0—5, Goergens 0-1—1, Stockwell 4-7—15, Sensibaugh 1-0—2, Pimpas 3-0—6, Koenig 2-0—5. TOTALS: 12-40 8-21—34.
Fort Jennings (8-12)
Calvelage 1-0—2, Schimoeller 1-0—3, Schroeder 5-0—13, Gable 2-1—5, Lindeman 1-0—2, German 6-2—14, Osting 1-0—2, Kehres 2-0—4, Stechschulte 4-3—11. TOTALS: 23-51 6-15—56.
Fort Jennings   13 23 10 10 — 56
Delphos Jefferson   12 7 7 8 — 34
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 4-7 (Schroeder 3, Schimmoeller); Delphos Jefferson 2-3 (Culp & Koenig).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 28 (Stechschulte 9).
turnovers: Delphos Jefferson 17, Fort Jennings 10.
junior varsity: Fort Jennings, 30-24.

NORTH BALTIMORE 47
MAUMEE VALLEY CD 21
NORTH BALTIMORE — Eight players scored for North Baltimore Monday night in the Tigers’ 47-21 nonconference girls basketball rout of Maumee Valley Country Day.
Megan Wright scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds with five steals. K. Gazarek and Ricci Emahiser also picked off seven boards as the Tigers improved to 9-12.
Kennadie Jackson scored 12 points for the Hawks.

Maumee Valley Country Day (3-18)
Griffith 0-0—0, Perry 0-0—0, Martin 2-0—4, Turner 1-0—2, Baroub 0-0—0, Lonsway 1-0—2, Vargas 0-1–1, Stoddard 0-0—0, Dayal 0-0—0, Jackson 4-2—12, Taylor 0-0—0, Sims 0-0—0. TOTALS: 8-31 3-17—21.
North Baltimore (9-12)
Davis 1-0—2, Stewart 2-0—4, Schloemp 0-0-0, Fleckner 0-0—0, Bretz 1-1—3, Trumbull 1-2—4, Wright 8-2—18, Emahsier 3-2—8, Gazarek 3-0—6, Ray 0-0—0, Hernandez 0-2—2, Peters 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-54 9-17—47.
Maumee Valley Country Day   3 8 2 8 — 21
North Baltimore   12 17 8 10 — 47
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 0-6; Maumee Valley Country Day 2-5 (Jackson 2).
rebounds: North Baltimore 28 (Gazarek, Emahiser & Wright 7); Maumee Valley Country Day 23.
turnovers: North Baltimore 28, Maumee Valley Country Day 21.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 38-15.

ELMWOOD 64
GENOA 56
GENOA — Kristen Curtis scored 12 of her 23 points in the fourth quarter to help Elmwood rally from a 44-36 third-quarter deficit to beat Genoa 64-56 in a Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball game Monday.
The Royals (18-3 overall, 12-1 NBC) got a solid all-around game from Brittany Gross who scored 13 points with nine rebounds and seven assists. Brittany George added 16 points for the NBC champs.
Katie Jensen led three Genoa players in double figures with 15 points. Haley Pickard netted 13 points and Haley Plantz chipped in 12 for the Comets (7-13, 3-10).

ELMWOOD (18-3, 12-1)
Ti. Hillard 0-0—0, Curtis 7-5—23, Swavel 2-2—8, Gross 4-5—13, Emmitt 0-0—0, To. Hillard 0-4—4, George 5-3—16, Erwin 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-42 19-27 — 64.
GENOA (7-13, 3-10)
Albright 4-1—9, George 1-1—3, Jensen 5-2—15, Pickard 5-3—13, Plantz 4-0—12, Skilliter 2-0—4. TOTALS: 21-53 7-13 — 56.
Elmwood   13 9 14 28 — 64
Genoa   12 20 12 12 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 9-21 (Curtis 4, George 3, Swavel 2); Genoa 7-20 (Plantz 4, Jensen 3).
REBOUNDS: Elmwood 35 (Gross 9); Genoa 27.
TURNOVERS: Elmwood 18; Genoa 13.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Elmwood, 43-37.
BOYS BASKETBALL
NEW RIEGEL 67
COLONEL CRAWFORD 36
NEW RIEGEL — Brandyn Reinhart scored a game-high 26 points as New Riegel whipped Colonel Crawford 67-36 in nonleague boys basketball action Monday.
The Blue Jackets (16-3) built a 33-19 halftime lead and delivered the knock-out blow with a 21-8 edge in the third quarter.
Nick Wank and Andrew Hohman both scored 10 points while Hohman also added nine rebounds for the Blue Jackets.
Austin Adams scored 13 points for Colonel Crawford.

COLONEL CRAWFORD (15-4)
Adams 6-2—15, Klingenberger 2-0—4, McCreery 3-0—6, Sager 1-0—3, Entenmann 2-1—6, Jury 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-31 3-5—36.
NEW RIEGEL (16-3)
Hohman 3-2—10, Nye 0-0—0, Schalk 1-0—2, Williams 3-1—9, Burns 0-0—0, Reinhart 10-6—26, Wank 5-0—10, Dryfuse 1-4—6, Cassidy 2-0—4. TOTALS: 25-53 13-14—67.
Colonel Crawford   9 10 8 9 — 36
New Riegel   20 13 21 13 — 67
3-Point GOALS: Colonel Crawford 3-9 (Adams, Sager, Entenmann); New Riegel 4-15 (Hohman 2, Williams 2).
REBOUNDS: Colonel Crawford 16 (Adams 8); New Riegel 25 (Hohman 9).
TURNOVERS: Colonel Crawford 16, New Riegel 5.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Colonel Crawford, 52-40.