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Prep Schedule & Updates: 02-12-13

There’s a big night of Tuesday night prep hoops tonight and we’ll have the latest on all of the action from around the region tonight here at The Courier.
Findlay High School needs to get things together with the tournament fast approaching and the Trojans will host Toledo St. Francis in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference game tonight. The Courier’s Dave Hanneman will cover the game which can be heard on 1330 AM WFIN. The contest will also be streamed live on the Internet at WFIN.com.
There’s also boys basketball games in the Northern Buckeye Conference as Elmwood hosts Rossford and Fostoria is at home against Eastwood.
There’s a big non-conference girls basketball game on the slate tonight as Arcadia travels to New Riegel.
We’ll have stories, scores, stats and more later tonight on The Courier’s sports weblog, The Blanchard River Buzz.
You’ll get the best local sports coverage in the region in the daily print edition of The Courier and online at TheCourier.com.

SCHEDULE
Tuesday’s Events
College Athletics
WRESTLING — Ohio Northern at Heidelberg, 7:30
Prep Wrestling
Riverdale at McComb Triangular, 6
Prep Bowling
New Riegel, Fostoria & Lakota at Fremont St. Joseph, 4

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Games
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Fremont Ross at Tol. Cent. Catholic
Toledo Whitmer 77, Lima Senior 55
Oregon Clay at Toledo St. John’s
Findlay 74, Toledo St. Francis 43
Toledo St. John’s 80, Oregon Clay 36
Northern Buckeye Conference
Eastwood 71, Fostoria Senior 58
Lake 67, Woodmore 48
Otsego 78, Genoa 52
Elmwood 47, Rossford 46
Northern Lakes League
Bowling Green 70, Napoleon 68
Maumee at Springfield
Anthony Wayne 54, Perrysburg 48
Sylvania Southview at Sylvania Northview
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Danbury at Maumee Valley Country Day
Gibsonburg at Ottawa Hills
Cardinal Stritch 55, Northwood 42
Toledo Emmanuel Baptist at Toledo Christian
Other NW Ohio Games
Elida 56, Bellefontaine 45
Indian Lake 86, Waynesfield 75
Toledo Woodward 62, Lima Perry 50
Mansfield Christian 52, Howard East Knox 40
McComb 43, Ottoville 39
Willard 78, Norwalk St. Paul 58
Ridgemont 69, Ridgedale 50

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Tuesday’s Games
Midland Athletic League
Mohawk 65, North Baltimore 40
North Central Conference
Upper Sandusky 56, Colonel Crawford 45
Ontario 70, Lucas 20
Bucyrus 53, Riverdale 46
Wynford at Buckeye Central
Northwest Conference
Lima Cent. Cath. 76, Spencerville 43
Other NW Ohio Games
Pandora-Gilboa 57, Ada 42
Arcadia 53, New Riegel 49 OT
Archbold 53, Ottawa-Glandorf 51
Carey 55, Arlington 52
Castalia Margaretta at Marion Harding
Clear Fork 44, Loudonville 43
Ayersville 66, Continental 60 2 OT
Paulding 42, Defiance 30
Kalida 29, Delphos St. John’s 23
Fayette 58, Delta 56
Lincolnview 58, Fort Jennings 42
Celina 70, Fort Recovery 49
Port Clinton 47, Fremont Ross 32
Galion Senior 67, Crestline 35
Hilltop 52, Antwerp 40
Upper Scioto Valley 55, Kenton 48
Patrick Henry 56, Leipsic 52
Pettisville 60, Liberty Center 37
Liberty-Benton 61, Bluffton 39
Shelby 73, Mansfield Madison 65
Mansfield St. Peter’s 65, Mansfield Senior 60 OT
Bellevue 66, Edison 30
Montpelier 65, Fairview 48
Firelands 70, New London 35
North Central 46, Hicksville 41
Oak Harbor 59, Lakota 25
Sandusky Senior 58, Huron 53
Seneca East 68, Plymouth 47
Marion Local 64, St. Marys Memorial 35
St. Wendelin 67, Cory-Rawson 53
Lima Senior 68, Van Wert 56
Minster 56, Wapakoneta 39
Wauseon 55, Rossford 36

Boys Basketball
MCCOMB 43
OTTOVILLE 39
OTTOVILLE — McComb rallied from an 11-point deficit at halftime Tuesday to defeat Ottoville 43-39 in a nonleague boys basketball game.
Jerry Brown led McComb (11-9) with 16 points, 14 of those coming in the second half as McComb outscored Ottoville 28-13 in the final two quarters. Taylor Reardon hit three 3-pointers and scored 11 points.
Ryan Honigford and Luke Schimmoeller each scored 15 points for the Big Green (8-10). Schimmoeller grabbed nine rebounds.

McCOMB (11-9)
Reardon 3-2—11, Schroeder 0-0—0, Dysert 0-0—0, Buck 1-1—3, Wilson 3-1—7, Brown 7-1—16, Grubb 2-2—6, Shoop 0-0—0. TOTALS: 16 7-10 — 43.
Ottoville (8-10)
D. Schimmoeller 0-3—3, R. Honigford 6-1—15, Roby 1-0—3, A. Honigford 0-0—0, Landin 1-1—3, L. Schimmoeller 7-1—15, Fischer 0-0—0. TOTALS: 15 6-9 — 39.
McComb   5 10 19 9 — 43
Ottoville   9 11 7 6 — 39
3-Point GOALS: McComb 4 (Reardon 3, Brown); Ottoville 3 (R. Honigford 2, Roby).
junior varsity: Ottoville, 25-22.

ELMWOOD 47
ROSSFORD 46
BLOOMDALE — Elmwood went on a 17-10 fourth quarter run to edge Rossford 47-46 on Tuesday and move into a tie for third place with the Bulldogs in the boys Northern Buckeye Conference standings.
Zach Foster finished with a game-high 17 points and Aaron Arnold added 14 for Elmwood (13-6, 7-5 NBC) which trailed 36-30 after the third quarter.
The Royals hit 17 of 38 attempts from the field (44.7 percent) and were 5 of 14 (35.7 percent) from 3-point range.
Nate Childress had 12 points and Derek Mack finished with 11 for Rossford (9-11, 7-5), which shot 50 percent (18 of 36) from the field, including 6 of 10 (60 percent) from behind the 3-point line.
Both teams are tied with Eastwood (7-12, 7-5), a 71-58 winner Tuesday over Fostoria.

ROSSFORD (9-11, 7-5)
Miller 4-0—10, Mack 4-0—11, Savage 0-2—2, Hotz 1-0—2, Aguirre 2-0—5, Burk 2-0—4, Childress 5-2—12. TOTALS: 18-36 4-9—46.
ELMWOOD (13-6, 7-5)
Foster 5-4—17, Arnold 6-0—14, Kerr 3-3—9, Robinson 3-1—7. TOTALS: 17-38 8-15—47.
Rossford   14 11 11 10 — 46
Elmwood   8 9 13 17 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Rossford (6-10) Mack 3, Miller 2, Aguirre 1), Elmwood 5-14 (Foster 3, Arnold 2).
rebounds: Rossford 19, Elmwood 20.
turnovers: Rossford 14, Elmwood 8.
junior varsity: Rossford 41-22.

EASTWOOD 71
FOSTORIA 58
FOSTORIA — Eastwood spent considerable time at the free-throw line Tuesday, and the Eagles made sure it was time well spent, hitting 26 of 37 free throws in a 71-58 win over Fostoria in Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball.
Grant Peters and Jake Schmeltz each had 13 points for Eastwood (7-12, 7-5 NBC). Tim Hoodlebrink and Steven Bradley had seven rebounds apiece for Eastwood, which held a 33-21 rebounding advantage over Fostoria.
Dominique Fuller had 23 points for Fostoria (2-17, 1-11), which went to the free-throw line just six times, hitting on two attempts.

EASTWOOD (7-12, 7-5)
Peters 4-5—13, Seeney 1-4—6, Flips 0-0—0, Bradley 3-1–7, Schmeltz 2-7—13, Dierker 1-0—2, Rahe 2-2—6, Bruning 0-0—0, Bockbrader 3-0—6, Faykosh 1-6—8, Hoodlebrink 3-1—8. TOTALS: 12-24 26-37—71.
FOSTORIA (2-17, 1-11)
Brown 2-0—6, Ticey 1-0—3, V. Cousin 1-0—2, Fuller 9-1—23, Sferro 2-0—4, A. Cousin 2-1—6, Mauricio 1-0–2, Bemis 1-0—2, Martin 0-0—0, Abell 4-0—8, Stennett 1-0-2. TOTALS: 16-39 2-6—58.
Eastwood   14 17 20 20 — 71
Fostoria   9 12 11 26 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Eastwood 1-4 (Hoodlebrink 1), Fostoria 8-17 (Fuller 4, Brown 2, A. Cousin & Ticey 1).
rebounds: Eastwood 33 (Hoodlebrink & Bradley 7), Fostoria 21 (Fuller & A. Cousin 5).
turnovers: Eastwood 13, Fostoria 19.
junior varsity: Eastwood 60-49.

Girls Basketball

LIBERTY-BENTON 61
BLUFFTON 39
BLUFFTON — Liberty-Benton scored at least twice as much as Bluffton, sometimes more, in each of the first three quarters en route to a 61-39 nonconference win over the Pirates.
Rachel Myers scored 14 points for Liberty-Benton (16-5), which led 16-8 after the first quarter, 36-17 at halftime and 50-21 through three periods.
Lauren Kotey and Nicolette Devincentis finished with 12 points apiece for the Eagles, who hit 50 percent (24 of 48) of their shots from the field. Led by Katie Simon’s seven rebounds, Liberty-Benton held a 25-11 advantage on the boards.
Bluffton outscored the Eagles 18-11 in the fourth quarter, but by then it was too little too late for the Pirates (10-11), who hit just 12 of 47 field goal attempts (25.5 percent).
Sierra Amstutz had 14 points for the Pirates. Paige Buroker added nine points on three 3-pointers all in the fourth quarter.

LIBERTY-BENTON (16-5)
Stuck 2-1—5, Kotey 5-2—12, Myers 5-2—14, Devincentis 4-1—12, Weaver 1-0-2, Simon 4-1—9, Reynolds 3-0—7. TOTALS: 24-48 7-12—61.
Bluffton (10-11)
Schreiner 1-0—2, Buroker 3-0—9, Crisp 1-0—3, Lugibihl 0-4—4, Amstutz 4-6—14, Palte 2-1—5, Prichard 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-47 11-13—39.
Liberty-Benton   16 20 14 11 — 61
Bluffton   8 9 4 18 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 6-18 (Devincentis 3, Myers 2, Reynolds 1), Bluffton 4-15 (Buroker 3, Crisp 1).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 25 (Simon 7), Bluffton 11.
turnovers: Liberty-Benton 11, Bluffton 16.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton 37-21.

KALIDA 29
DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 23
KALIDA — In a lowing scoring game, Kalida’s offense did just enough to edge Delphos St. John’s 29-23 Tuesday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
The Wildcats (14-6), who have won three straight, held the Bluejays (8-12) to just 10 points in the first half.
Nicole Recker led the Wildcats with nine points. Jackie Gardner and Summer Holtkamp both scored seven points.
Katie Vorst scored a game-high 11 points for the Bluejays. Jesscia Recker added eight points.

DELPHOS st. john’s (8-12)
Vorst 4-3—11, Recker 3-0—8, Fischbach 2-0—4. TOTALS: 9-35 3-3—23.
kalida (14-6)
Gardner 1-4—7, Recker 3-0—9, Holtkamp 3-0—7, Smith 1-0—2, Turnwald 1-0—2, Osterhage 1-0—2. TOTALS: 10-36 4-10—29.
Delphos St. John’s   3 7 4 9 — 23
Kalida   6 8 2 13 — 29
3-Point GOALS: Delphos St. John’s 2 (Recker); Kalida 5 (Recker 3, Gardner & Holtkamp).
rebounds: Delphos St. John’s 22, Kalida 29.
turnovers: Delphos St. John’s 11, Kalida 13.
junior varsity: Kalida, 30-27.

CAREY 55
ARLINGTON 52
ARLINGTON — Trailing by four heading into the fourth quarter, Carey outscored Arlington 18-11 over the final eight minutes for a 55-52, come-from-behind win over the Red Devils in nonconference girls basketball.
Hannah Tong scored 15 points and Logan Johnson added 12 points and nine rebounds for Carey (17-4).
Dani Heaster had a game-high 17 points for Arlington (15-7). Heaster, Hannah Johnson and Kathryn Jolliff grabbed five rebounds apiece for the Red Devils.
Arlington led 41-37 after the third quarter, but were plagued by some of their 22 turnovers allowing Carey to score the first five points of the fourth period for a 42-41 lead. Both teams traded the lead, and the score was tied 50-50 with a minute left to play.

CAREY (17-4)
Ton 3-9—15, S. Wentling 2-1—5, M. Wentling 3-0—8, Hoepf 1-2—5, Rymer 1-2—4, Johnson 5-2—12, Draper 2-2—6. TOTALS: 17-54 18-27—55.
arlington (15-7)
Johnson 2-3—7, Webb 3-2—9, Jolliff 2-0—5, O’Rear 0-2—2, Heaster 6-5—17, Mains 2-0—4, Russell 1-2–4, Dillon 2-0—4, Thibaut 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-45 14-17—52.
Carey   11 10 16 18 — 55
Arlington   14 13 14 11 — 52
3-Point GOALS: Carey 3-14 (M. Wentling 2, Hoepf 1), Arlington 2-9 (Webb & Jolliff 1).
rebounds: Carey 30 (Johnson 9), Arlington 30 (Johnson, Heaster & Jolliff 5).
turnovers: Carey 12, Arlington 22.
junior varsity: Carey 42-41 (OT).

upper sandusky 56
colonel crawford 45
UPPER SANDUSKY — Taylor Graboski scored 17 of her game-high 23 points in the second half Tuesday as Upper Sandusky broke open a close game to defeat Colonel Crawford 56-45 in a North Central Conference girls basketball game.
Upper Sandusky finished the NCC portion of it schedule with a 13-0 league record. The Rams (18-3 overall) outscored Colonel Crawford 36-25 in the second half. Allison Snyder scored 12 points and had five assists, and Amber Cox scored 11 points.
Nickyla Garverick scored 22 points for Colonel Crawford (16-5, 9-3 NCC).

Colonel Crawford (16-5, 9-3 NCC)
Sager 1-0—2, Siegel 1-1—3, Tinkley 1-0—2, Hudson 2-0—4, Schott 3-2—9, Alt 1-1—3, Garverick 8-6—22. TOTALS: 17 10-14 — 45.
Upper Sandusky (18-3, 13-0 NCC)
Caldwell 0-0—0, Holly 0-0—0, Kinley 1-1—3, Cox 3-3—11, Snyder 2-7—12, Cameron 0-4—4, Johnson 1-1—3, Graboski 9-5—23. TOTALS: 16-48 21-31 — 56.
Colonel Crawford   12 8 13 12 — 45
Upper Sandusky   7 13 17 19 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Colonel Crawford 1 (Schott); Upper Sandusky 3-7 (Cox 2, Snyder).
rebounds: Upper Sandusky 29 (Graboski 12).
turnovers: Upper Sandusky 12.
junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 41-38.

LINCOLNVIEW 58
FORT JENNINGS 42
VAN WERT — Balanced scoring from Lincolnview beat Fort Jennings 58-42 Tuesday in girls basketball nonconference action.
Kaitlyn Brant led Lincolnview (14-7) with 11 points, seven rebounds, four steals, and three blocks. Julia Thatcher also contributed 11 points. Kaylee Thatcher and Katie Dye scored nine points each.
Emily Kehres paced Fort Jennings (8-13) with 10 points and five rebounds.

Fort jennings(8-13)
Kehres 4-2—10, Schroeder 3-2—9, German 4-1—9, Gable 3-2—8, Linderman 1-0—2, Osting 1-0—2, Stechschulte 0-2—2. TOTALS: 16-52 9-13—42.
 lincolnview(14-7)
Brant 4-3—11, J. Thatcher 5-1—11, K. Thatcher 4-0—9, K. Dye 2-4—9, McCleery 3-0—6, C. Dye 2-0—5, Stemen 1-3—3, Teman 1-0—2 . TOTALS: 22-42 11-18—58.
Fort Jennings   10 10 13 9 — 42
Lincoln View   14 11 18 15 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 1-10 Schroeder 1) Lincolnview 3-4 (K. Thatcher 1, C. Dye 1, K. Dye 1).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 15 (Kehres 5) Lincolnview 19 ( Brant 5).
turnovers: Fort Jennings 21, Lincolnview 17.
junior varsity: Fort Jennings 46, Lincolnview 41.

ARCADIA 53
NEW RIEGEL 49
NEW RIEGEL — Miranda Palmer led Arcadia to a 53-49 overtime win against New Riegel Tuesday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Palmer scored a game-high 29 points, including a game-high eight 3-pointers, and five assists for the Redskins (18-3), who have won 11 straight.
Molly Glick and Courtney Cramer both added 10 points for the Redskins. Glick finished with a team-high six rebounds, four assists and three steals.
Taylor Arbogast scored a team-high 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Blue Jackets (16-5), who have lost three straight. Lauren Ladd grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds.

ARCADIA (18-3)
Fox 1-0—2, Palmer 8-5—29, Kirian 1-0—2, Glick 5-0—10, Cramer 2-4—10. TOTALS: 17-46 9-11—53.
NEW RIEGEL (16-5)
Arbogast 9-2—20, Kirian 3-1—7, Scherger 4-1—10, Ladd 2-2—6, Cassidy 2-1—6. TOTALS: 20-43 7-10—49.
Arcadia  14 13 9 11 6 — 53
New Riegel  15 18 9 5 2 — 49
3-Point GOALS: Arcadia 10 (Palmer 8, Cramer 2); New Riegel 2 (Cassidy & Scherger).
rebounds: Arcadia 20 (Glick 6); New Riegel 34 (Ladd 14).
turnovers: Arcdia 14, New Riegel 21.
junior varsity: New Riegel, 37-26.

PANDORA-GILBOA 57
ADA 42
PANDORA — Megan Maag and Ashley Williams combined for 29 points as Pandora-Gilboa took down Ada 57-42 Tuesday in a nonconference girls basketball matchup.
Maag paced the Rockets (14-7) with 17 points and 3 steals. Williams contributed 12 points and had a team-high seven rebounds. Keri Conine scored 12 points.
Taylor Willeke led the Bulldogs (12-9) with 19 points.

ada (12-9)
Willeke 5-8—19, Amburgey 3-0—8, Walden 3-2—8, Wyss 2-1—5, Rouch 1-0—2. TOTALS: 14-11—42.
Pandora-gilboa (14-7)
Maag 7-3—17, Williams 2-7—12, Conine 2-8—12, McCullough 1-4—6, Hermiller 2-0—5, Alt 1-1—3, Swary 1-0—2. TOTALS: 16-23—57.
Ada   11 10 10 11 — 42
Pandora Gilboa   16 9 16 16 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Ada 3 (Amburgey 2, Willeke 1); Pandora-Gilboa 2 ( Williams 1, Hermiller 1).
rebounds: Ada 20, Pandora Gilboa 18 (Williams 7).
turnovers: Ada 6, Pandora-Gilboa 13.
junior varsity: Pandora-Gilboa 28, Ada 13.

AYERSVILLE 66
CONTINENTAL 60
DEFIANCE — Continental rallied from six points down in the fourth quarter Tuesday, tied it after regulation time but fell to Ayersville 66-60 in double overtime in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Taylor Williamson scored a game-high 19 points to lead Continental (14-7). Vanessa Koppenhofer scored 16 points and Paige Ordway 12. Leva Weller led the Pirates with eight rebounds.
Nikki Schroeder led Ayersville (15-7) with 18 points.

continental (14-7)
Prowant 0-0—0, Fitzwater 0-1—1, Williamson 3-13—19, Koppenhofer 7-1—16, Zacrich 2-0—4, Ordway 6-0—12, Baker 0-0—0, Deken 1-0—2, Weller 2-2—6. TOTALS: 17-17—60.
Ayersville (66)
Cramer 2-4—9, Hammersmith 6-2—15, Schubert 5-2—12, Church 3-2—8, Addington 2-0—4, Schroeder 5-5—18. TOTALS: 23-15—66.
Continental  10 18 9 15 4 4 — 60
Ayersville 17 9 17 9 4 10 — 66
3-Point GOALS: Continental 1 (Koppenhofer); Ayersville 5 (Schroeder 3, Cramer, Hammersmith).
rebounds: Continental 26 (Weller 8); Ayersville 42.
turnovers: Continental 12, Ayersville 28.
junior varsity: Ayersville, 37-29.

BUCYRUS 43
RIVERDALE 36
BUCYRUS — Bucyrus held off a fourth quarter surge by Riverdale as the Redmen defeated the Falcons 43-36 Tuesday night in a North Central Conference girls basketball game.
With Bucyrus leading 34-21 entering the fourth quarter, the Falcons (12-10, 8-5 NCC) outscored the Redmen (12-10, 9-5) by a 15-9 margin but the their comeback fell short.
Macey Sheerer was the leading scorer for the Redmen with 18 points. Kristen Orewiler added nine points.
Jordyn Wright scored a team-high 16 points and four steals for the Falcons whose loss tonight snaps a five game winning streak.

RIVERDALE (12-10, 8-5)
T. Wright 2-0—4, Parish 1-0—2, J. Wright 5-5—16, Evans 2-0—4, Frey 1-0—2, Walter 4-0—8. TOTALS: 15-39 5-6—36.
BUCYRUS (12-10, 9-5)
Sheerer 2-10—18, Orewiler 4-1—9, William 0-2—2, Thompson 3-2—8, Hildebrand 1-0—2. TOTALS: 14-25 15-16—43.
Riverdale   9 8 4 15 — 36
Bucyrus   14 10 10 9 — 43
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 1 (J. Wright); Bucyrus 0.
rebounds: Riverdale 11, Bucyrus 29.
turnovers: Riverdale 11, Bucyrus 22.
junior varsity: Bucyrus, 35-27.

 ST. WENDELIN 67
CORY-RAWSON 53
RAWSON — Colleen Fondessy’s 20 points led St. Wendelin to a 67-53 win on the road against Cory-Rawson Tuesday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Tonight’s win marks the eighth straight win for the Mohawks (14-7) and fifth straight road win.
Aside from Fondessy’s game-high 20 points, Heather Saalman scored 17 points and recorded five assists for the Mohawks.
Courtney Dulle scored a team-high 16 points, grabbed five rebounds and recorded five assists or the Hornets (8-13). Kendra Tuttle added 13 points, five steals and five assists.

ST. WENDELIN (14-7)
Williams 2-3—9, Rutter 2-1—7, Saalman 6-3–17, Fondessy 7-5—20, Troike 2-4—10, E. Mowery 1-2—4. TOTALS: 23-35 7-12—67.
CORY-RAWSON (8-13)
Scott 4-0—12, Dulle 4-4—16, Ritter 2-1—6, Tuttle 6-1—13, Burkholder 2-0—4, Hulihan 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-50 6-7—53.
St. Wendelin   11 19 20 17 — 67
Cory-Rawson   16 15 10 12 — 53
3-Point GOALS: St. Wendelin 9 (Williams, Saalman, Troike & Rutter 2, Fondessy); Cory-Rawson 7 (Dulle 4, Scott 2, Ritter ).
rebounds: St. Wendelin 23 (Troike 8); Cory-Rawson 18 (Dulle 5).
turnovers: St. Wendelin 10, Cory-Rawson 9.
junior varsity: St. Wendelin, 41-18.

ARCHBOLD 53
OTTAWA-GLANDORF 51
OTTAWA — With four players scoring 11 points or more, Archbold held off a late Ottawa-Glandorf rally for a 53-51 win Tuesday in nonconference girls basketball.
Cassidy Wyse had 14 points to lead Archbold (20-1), the second-ranked team in the latest Associated Press Division III poll. Darian Oberlin added 13 points, and Hannah Hesterman and Jessie Fidler finished with 11 apiece for the Blue Streaks.
Hesterman also had seven rebounds for Archbold.
Kristen Miller had 22 points for Ottawa-Glandorf (14-7), which outscored Archbold 16-13 in the fourth quarter before coming up just short. Elissa Ellerbrock and Danielle Schroeder had seven rebounds apiece for the Titans.