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Prep Schedule & Updates: 01-09-14

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Thursday’s Results
Green Meadows Conference
Ayersville at Fairview, postponed
Edgerton 51, Hicksville 35
Tinora 79, Antwerp 53
Wayne Trace 64, Holgate 47
Buckeye Border Conference
North Central 50, Edon 38
Pettisville 50, Stryker 48
Other NW Ohio Games
Ontario 74, Wynford 43

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Thursday’s Results
Blanchard Valley Conference
Arcadia 44, Cory-Rawson 35
Arlington 58, McComb 52
Leipsic 55, Vanlue 26
Liberty-Benton 66, Hardin Northern 23
Pandora-Gilboa 52, Van Buren 44
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Lima Senior 89, Findlay 46
Toledo Notre Dame 58, Oregon Clay 52
Toledo St. Ursula at Toledo Whitmer, postponed
Midland Athletic League
Carey 65, Seneca East 39
Mohawk 62, Fremont St. Joseph 39
New Riegel 65, North Baltimore 32
Old Fort 50, Lakota 31
St. Wendelin 44, Tiffin Calvert 38
Northern Ohio League
Sandusky Senior 66, Shelby 62
Northwest Conference
Ada 54, Delphos Jefferson 42
Allen East 67, Spencerville 54
Bluffton at Paulding, postponed
Columbus Grove 70, Lincolnview 54
Northwest Ohio Athletic League
Patrick Henry at Bryan, postponed
Western Buckeye League
Defiance at Celina, postponed
Elida 49, St. Marys Memorial 35
Lima Bath 56, Wapakoneta 47
Ottawa-Glandorf 73, Lima Shawnee 29
Van Wert 50, Kenton 43
Firelands Conference
Monroeville 70, Ashland Crestview 62
New London 38, Plymouth 21
Norwalk St. Paul 53, Ashland Mapleton 48
South Central 74, Western Reserve 38
Midwest Athletic Conference
Coldwater 49, New Bremen 39
Minster 46, Delphos St. John’s 37
New Knoxville 49, Marion Local 33
Parkway 58, Fort Recovery 54
Versailles 45, St. Henry 30
Putnam County League
Miller City 50, Fort Jennings 40
Ottoville 51, Continental 48
Northwest Central Conference
Ridgemont 54, Riverside 31
Sidney Lehman 56, Upper Scioto Valley 46
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Ashland Senior 57, Mansfield Madison 51
Clear Fork 42, Mansfield Senior 34
Orrville 59, Lexington 27
West Holmes 57, Wooster Senior 40
Toledo Area Athletic Conference
Danbury 54, Gibsonburg 43
Ottawa Hills 56, Cardinal Stritch 19
Toledo Emmanuel Baptist at Northwood, postponed
Other NW Ohio Games
Bellevue 59, Upper Sandusky 37
Danbury 54, Gibsonburg 43
Fredericktown 54, Loudonville 23
Kidron Central Christian at Crestline, postponed
Woodmore at Castalia Margaretta, postponed

GIRLS BASKETBALL
MILLER CITY 50
FORT JENNINGS 40
MILLER CITY — Cassie Niese led a Miller City parade to the foul line that resulted in the Wildcats’ first win of the season on Thursday, a 50-40 nonleague decision over Fort Jennings.
Niese scored 13 of her game-high 23 points from line. Miller City converted 20 of 33 free throws overall in posting its first win in 11 games. Fort Jennings (2-10) made just 5 of 14 foul shots.
Niese also grabbed eight rebounds and handed out five assists. Liz Klear added 12 points for Miller City, which overcame a 20-15 halftime deficit with a 20-11 rally in the third quarter.
Kylie Jettinghoff scored 10 points and Cassie Lindeman grabbed 11 rebounds for Fort Jennings.

fort jennings (2-10)
Kehres 2-2—6, Lindeman 4-0—8, Osting 0-0—0, Calvelage 2-0—4, Clippinger 3-1—7, Schimmoeller 2-0—5, Jettinghoff 4-2—10. TOTALS: 17-47 5-14—40.
miller city (1-10)
Niese 5-13—23, Klear 4-3—12, Schroeder 1-0—3, Simon 1-3—5, Altman 0-0—0, Kuhlman 0-0—0, Lammers 2-1—5, Welty 1-0—2, Berger 0-0—0. TOTALS: 14-49 20-33—50.
Fort Jennings 10 10 11 9 — 40
Miller City 8 7 20 15 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 1-7 (Schimmoeller); Miller City 2-10 (Klear & Schroeder).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 32 (Lindeman 11); Miller City 28 (Niese 8, Lammers 6).
turnovers: Fort Jennings 20, Miller City 17.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Fort Jennings, 34-31.

BELLEVUE 59
UPPER SANDUSKY 37
UPPER SANDUSKY — A torn ACL couldn’t stop Bellevue’s Carly Santoro. Neither could Upper Sandusky.
Santoro, a talented 5-foot-9 junor who hit the 1,000-point milestone at the end of her sophomore season, continued to show no long-term effects from the injury she suffered last February, pouring in 38 points in leading the Redmen to a 59-37 nonleague win over the Rams on Thursday.
Santoro’s numbers only barely overshadowed an outstanding game by Upper Sandusky’s Taylor Graboski, a 6-2 senior, who pulled down what is believed to be a school record 23 rebounds. Graboski, who is headed to Valparaiso on a volleyball scholarship, also scored 14 points and blocked four shots.
Emma Smith scored 12 points for the Rams (5-5).

ARCADIA 44
CORY-RAWSON 35
RAWSON — Molly Glick and Courtney Cramer combined to score 30 points as Arcadia beat Cory-Rawson 44-35 on Thursday in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball action.
Glick and Cramer each scored 15 points and Rebecca Kirian grabbed nine rebounds to lead Arcadia (7-3, 4-1 BVC).
The Redskins ran out to early leads of 21-12 after the first quarter and 29-14 at halftime before Cory-Rawson (5-8, 1-3) staged a 16-5 run in the third quarter to slice Arcadia’s lead to 34-30 going to the fourth period. Arcadia held of the Hornets’ rally with a late 10-5 run.
Kiley Scott’s 15 points and Megan Ritter’s seven rebounds led the way for Cory-Rawson.

ARCADIA (7-3, 4-1)
Kirian 1-0—2, Pina 2-1—5, Glick 6-2—15, Cramer 5-2—15, Dauterman 2-0—4, Ware 0-1—1, Coward 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-40 6-10—44.
cory-RAWSON (5-8, 1-3)
Scott 4-4—15, Von Stein 2-2—6, Ritter 2-1—5, Tuttle 3-0—7, C. Burkholder 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-32 7-9—35.
Arcadia 21 8 5 10 — 44
Cory-Rawson 12 2 16 5 — 35
3-Point GOALS: Arcadia 4-17 (Cramer 3, Glick); Cory-Rawson 4-6 (Scott 3, Tuttle).
rebounds: Arcadia 21 (Kirian 9); Cory-Rawson 21 (Ritter 7).
turnovers: Arcadia 12, Cory-Rawson 12.
junior varsity: Arcadia 35-6.

PANDORA-GILBOA 52
VAN BUREN 44
VAN BUREN — Van Buren and Pandora-Gilboa both struggled from the foul line on Thursday. But P-G was red-hot from 3-point range in posting a 52-44 win over the Black Knights in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball action.
P-G was just 8 off 22 from the line. Van Buren was 6 of 14. The Rockets drained 4 of 6 3-pointers, though, in climbing to 6-4 overall and 3-2 in the BVC.
Senior forward Megan Maag, a second-team all-BVC pick last season, scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Hunter Hermiller had two of P-G’s four 3-pointers and added 14 points for the Rockets, who complemented their 3-point shooting with a defensive effort that limited Van Buren to 13 total points in the second and third quarters.
Van Buren (1-9, 0-4 BVC) did get good offensive balance with Paige Sudlow (6 rebounds) scoring 14 points, Lexie Hassan netting 12 on four 3-pointers, and Nichole Miller 10.

PANDORA-GILBOA (6-4, 3-2 bvc)
A. Maag 2-0—4, McCullough 0-2—2, Hermiller 5-2—14, O. Maag 2-0—6, M. Maag 8-3—19, Swary 0-0—0, Abelovska 3-1—7. TOTALS: 20-42 8-22—52.
VAN BUREN (1-9, 0-4 bvc)
Endicott 2-0—4, Miller 4-2—10, Lasley 2-0—4, Wymer 0-0—0, Hassan 4-0—12, Sudlow 5-4—14. TOTALS: 17-43 6-14—44.
Pandora-Gilboa 15 10 14 13 — 52
Van Buren 19 9 4 12 — 44
3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 4-6 (Hermiller & O. Maag 2); Van Buren 4-14 (Hassan 4).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 17 (M. Maag 8); Van Buren 18 (Sudlow 6).
turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 17, Van Buren 25.
junior varsity: Pandora-Gilboa, 47-36.

LEIPSIC 55
VANLUE 26
VANLUE — Shalynn Morman, Haley Gerten and Amber Gerdeman scored a combined 40 points to help power Leipsic past Vanlue 55-26 on Thursday in a Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball game.
Morman and Gerten finished with 14 points each and Gerdeman added 12 points to lead Leipsic (9-3, 4-1 BVC) Gerten also had 10 rebounds to pace the Vikings.
Kate Clymer had 13 points for Vanlue (2-8, 0-5).

LEIPSIC (9-3, 4-1)
Kreinbrink 1-0—3, Scheckelhoff 1-0—2, Morman 4-2—14, Gerdeman 4-4—12, Nadler 2-1—5, Gerten 6-2—14, Steffan 1-0—2, Kaufman 1-1—3. TOTALS: 20-58 10-17—55.
VANLUE (2-8, 0-5)
Clymer 5-1—13, Bonham 1-1—3, Kloepfer 0-1—1, Kromer 3-1—7, Hartman 1-0—2. TOTALS: 10-42 4-10—26.
Leipsic 17 14 13 10 — 55
Vanlue 6 5 8 9 — 26
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 5-17 (Morman 4, Kreinbrink); Vanlue 2-11 (Clymer 2).
rebounds: Leipsic 37 (Gerten 10); Vanlue 29 (Bonham & Kromer 7).
turnovers: Leipsic 10, Vanlue 18.

LIBERTY-BENTON 66
HARDIN-NORTHERN 23
DOLA — Rachel Myers had 25 points as Liberty-Benton easily beat Hardin Northern 66-23 on Thursday in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball action.
Myers finished with five 3-pointers and was 8 of 9 from the free-throw line for Liberty-Benton (10-1, 5-0 BVC). Lauren Kotey had 16 rebounds, which was more than Hardin Northern’s entire team. Liberty-Benton outrebounded the Polar Bears 44-15.
Brianna Campbell and Shelby Schlatter had five points each to lead Hardin Northern (1-12, 0-5).

LIBERTY-BENTON (10-1, 5-0)
Trevino 1-0—2, Kotey 4-0—8, Myers 6-8—25, Lyon 1-0—2, Hiegel 3-0—6, Devincentis 4-4—14, Reynolds 3-0—9. TOTALS: 22-53 12-16—66.
HARDIN NORTHERN (1-12, 0-5)
Campbell 2-1—5, Curtis 1-0—2, S. Schlatter 2-0—5, M. Wilson 1-0—2, Cook 1-0-2, H. Wilson 1-0—2, K. Schlatter 1-0—2, Hooker 1-0—3. TOTALS: 10-35 1-2—23.
Liberty-Benton 22 19 16 9 — 66
Hardin Northern 7 0 12 4 — 23
3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 10-27 (Myers 5, Reynolds 3, Devincentis 2); Hardin-Northern 2-9 (S. Schlatter & Hooker).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 44, Hardin Northern 15.
turnovers: Liberty-Benton 3, Hardin Northern 19.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 40-12.

COLUMBUS GROVE 70
LINCOLNVIEW 54
VAN WERT — Columbus Grove hit 10 of 19 shots from 3-point range Thursday night as the Bulldogs took care of Lincolnview 70-54 in a Northwest Conference girls basketball game.
Columbus Grove’s Jade Clement was 5 of 6 from beyond the arc on her way to 15 points. Sydney McCluer and Sammi Stechschulte added 16 and 11 points, respectively, for the Bulldogs (8-4. 2-1 NWC).
Christine Stemen netted 16 points with five rebounds for the Lancers (4-5, 1-3).

COLUMBUS GROVE (8-4, 2-1 NWC)
McCluer 5-3–13, Wynn 2-5—9, Endicott 1-0–2, Schumacher 2-1—6, Clement 5-0—15, Diller 3-1—7, Stechschulte 5-0—11, Wurth 0-0_0, Yinger 1-2—4. TOTALS: 24-53 12-20—70.
Lincolnview (4-5, 1-3)
McCleery 3-0—6, Clay 4-0—9, Thatcher 5-2—12, Bowersock 3-0—6, Stemen 4-5—16, Wendel 0-1—1, Gorman 1-0—2, Longwell 1-0—2, McClure 0-0—0. TOTALS: 21-53 8-12—54.
Columbus Grove 18 22 6 24 — 70
Lincolnview 12 16 9 17 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 10-19 (Clement 5, McCluer 3, Schumacher & Stechschulte); Lincolnview 4-11 (Stemen 3, Clay).
rebounds: Columbus Grove 30, Lincolnview 22.
turnovers: Columbus Grove 16, Lincolnview 14.

DELPHOS JEFFERSON 54
ADA 42
DELPHOS — Katie Goergens tossed in 22 points as Delphos Jefferson picked up its first Northwest Conference girls basketball win of the season with a 54-42 victory over Ada on Thursday.
Rileigh Stockwell added 14 points as the Wildcats improved to 5-7 overall and 1-3 in the NWC.
Sidney Faine popped in 10 points and Haley Wyss added eight for the Bulldogs (4-6, 1-3).

ADA (4-6, 1-3 NWC)
Gonzaga 1-1—3, Amburgey 2-2—7, Faine 4-0—10, Wildman 1-2—4, Walden 1-1—3, H. Wyss 3-0—8, T. Wyss 3-1—7. TOTALS: 15 7-13—42.
Delphos Jefferson (5-7, 1-3 NWC)
Culp 1-4—7, Goergens 7-2—22, Stockwell 3-8—14, Pimpas 1-0—2, McDougal 2-0—4, Sensibaugh 1-2—5. TOTALS: 15 16-22—54.
Delphos Jefferson 13 13 12 16 — 54
Ada 14 8 15 5 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Delphos Jefferson 8 (Goergens 6, Culp & Sensibaugh); Ada 5 (H. Wyss & Faine 2, Amburgey).
junior varsity: Delphos Jefferson, 42-26.

CAREY 65
SENECA EAST 39
CAREY — Sydney Wentling led four players who scored in double figures with 17 points as Carey remained unbeaten after a 65-39 win over Seneca East in Midland Athletic League girls basketball action Thursday night.
Ali Rymer finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds, Shelby Kin added 12 points and nine boards and Logan Johnson had 10 points for Carey (11-0, 5-0 MAL).
The Blue Devils led 31-16 after the first half and went on a 20-12 run to extend the lead to 51-28 heading to the final period.
Seina Adachi had 15 points to lead Seneca East (5-7, 1-4).

SENECA EAST (5-7, 1-4)
Camp 3-3—9, Adachi 7-1—15, Brooke 4-1—9, Enders 0-2—2, Hahler 1-0—2, Reicher 1-0—2. TOTALS: 16 7—39.
CAREY (11-0, 5-0)
Kin 4-4—12, Bash 1-0—2, S. Wentling 6-4—17, M. Wentling 1-1—3, Hoepf 1-0–3, Rymer 7-0—14, Johnson 4-2—10, Draper 1-2—4. TOTALS: 25 13—65.
Seneca East 6 10 12 11 — 39
Carey 15 16 20 14 — 65
3-Point GOALS: Seneca East none; Carey 2 (S. Wentling & Hoepf).
junior varsity: Carey, 33-21.

NEW RIEGEL 65
NORTH BALTIMORE 32
NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel used a relentless start on both sides of the ball to rout North Baltimore 65-32 on Thursday in a Midland Athletic League basketball game.
The Blue Jackets (11-1) opened up a 17-2 first-quarter lead and held a 37-7 lead heading into halftime.
Taylor Arbogast led all scorers with 16 points and also had six rebounds. Lauren Ladd chipped in 15 points and seven rebounds, while Kara Scherger added 14 points. Taylor Kirian also reached double figures with 10 points.
New Riegel connected on 13 of 14 attempts at the free-throw line and buried 35 percent (25-65) from the field. The Blue Jackets also forced the Tigers into 38 turnovers while holding a 38-16 rebounding margin.
Olivia Frost led the Tigers with 12 points.

North baltimore (5-7, 0-4 MAL)
Davis 1-0—2, Fleckner 1-0—2, Trumbull 3-1—7, Powell 2-0—5, Ray 0-2—2, Rister 1-0—2, Frost 4-0—12. TOTALS: 12-40 3-5—32.
New Riegel (11-1, 4-1 MAL)
Bouiloon 2-0—4, Arbogast 5-6—16, Li. Zoeller 0-0—0, La. Zoeller 0-0—0, Noftz 0-0—0, Reinhart 0-0—0, Kirian 3-4—10, Scherger 6-0—14, Ladd 6-3—15, Theis 3-0—6. TOTALS: 25-65 13-14—65.

North Baltimore 2 5 19 6 — 32
New Riegel 27 20 17 11 — 65
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 5-13 (Frost 4, Powell); New Riegel 2-5 (Scherger 2).
REBOUNDS: North Baltimore 16 (Powell 7); New Riegel 38 (Ladd 7).
TURNOVERS: North Baltimore 38, New Riegel 20.
JUNIOR VARSITY: New Riegel, 26-25.

MOHAWK 62
FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 39
FREMONT — Kasey Adelsperger led a trio of Mohawk players in double figures with 16 points as the Warriors rolled to a 62-39 Midland Athletic League girls basketball win Thursday at Fremont St. Joseph.
Julie Adelsperger popped in 15 points and Megan Cleveland netted 13 for the Warriors (7-6, 3-2 MAL).
Ashley Burns had 15 points and Makenzie Reiter tossed in eight points for the Crimson Streaks (3-7, 1-3).