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Prep Schedule & Updates: 02-03-14

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Games
Three Rivers Athletic Conference
Toledo Whitmer 50, Findlay 26
Oregon Clay 67, Toledo St. Ursula 43
Toledo Notre Dame Academy 81, Fremont Ross 50
Lima Senior 90, Toledo Central Catholic 66
Midland Athletic League
Tiffin Calvert 60, Hopewell-Loudon 40
Northern Buckeye Conference
Lake 63, Woodmore 40
Genoa 74, Eastwood 43
Western Buckeye League
Celina 54, Defiance 42
Midwest Athletic Conference
Fort Recovery 70, New Bremen 66, OT
Mid Buckeye Conference
Mansfield Christian 45, Lucas 24
Danville 71, East Knox 40
Northern Lakes League
Springfield 51, Bowling Green 43
Ohio Cardinal Conference
Wooster 58, Mansfield Madison 44
Toledo City League
Toledo Scott 56, Toledo Waite 48, OT
Other NW Ohio Games
Ashland Mapleton 44, Creston Norwayne 39
Ayersville 45, Wauseon 44
Buckeye Central 64, Galion Northmor 38
Carey 51, Riverdale 40
Delphos St. John’s 55, Paulding 38
Edison 57, Monroeville 50
Elmwood 58, Gibsonburg 34
Fayette 64, Evergreen 55
Fostoria St. Wendelin 41, Upper Scioto Valley 28
Huron 44, Western Reserve 31
Leipsic 47, Bluffton 38
Lincolnview 46, Fort Jennings 32
Maumee Valley Country Day 30, Monclova Christian 27
Oak Harbor 66, Danbury 38
Old Fort 49, Northwood 42
Orrville 45, Canton Central Catholic 42
Ottoville 42, Ada 34
Pandora-Gilboa 47, Continental 39
Patrick Henry 54, Van Buren 48
Perrysburg 66, Toledo Start 40
South Central 66, Seneca East 58
Swanton 53, Cardinal Stritch 33
Tinora 55, Liberty Center 25
Toledo Woodward 50, Otsego 44
West Holmes 77, Wooster Triway 30

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Monday’s Games
Blanchard Valley Conference
Leipsic at Hardin Northern
North Central Conference
Galion Senior 63, Crestline 42
Bucyrus 48, Wynford 44
Green Meadows Conference
Wayne Trace 92, Fairview 50
Other NW Ohio Games
Adams Central, Ind. 46, Parkway 38
Bryan 59, Holgate 34
Danville 74, Columbus Wellington 64
Edgerton 43, Edon 20
Norwalk St. Paul 68, Fremont St. Joseph 65
Patrick Henry 57, McComb 49
Plymouth 68, Bellevue 48
Sylvania Southview 63, Toledo Rogers 57
Van Wert 48, Coldwater 46

BOYS BASKETBALL
McCOMB 57
LEIPSIC 49
MCCOMB — A.J. Wagner was 3 of 3 from 3-point range and hit 13 of 14 from the free-throw line for a game-high 22 points as Patrick Henry dropped McComb 57-49 in a nonleague matchup Monday night.
The Patriots (4-12) were 6 of 7 (85.7 percent) from beyond the arc and made 29 of 41 (70.7 percent) free throws in the game.
The Panthers finished 16 of 52 (30.8 percent) from the field, including 6 of 30 (20 percent) from 3-point distance, and committed 16 turnovers.
Kyler Seemann added 13 points for Patrick Henry.
Clay Grubb had 13 points and eight rebounds, while Trey Hanes added 13 points for McComb (9-6).

PATRICK HENRY (4-12)
Scheele 1-5–7, Wagner 3-13–22, Willford 2-2–7, Nickels 0-0–0, Bostelman 0-0–0, Seemann 3-7–13, Ehlers 0-0–0, Mangas 2-2–8. TOTALS: 11-22 29-41 — 57.
MCCOMB (9-6)
Grubb 5-2–13, Hanes 5-0–13, Glaser 2-0–4, Siferd 0-0–0, Dysert 0-7–7, Reardon 2-0–6, Clark 0-0–0, Adams 0-0–0, Shoop 2-2–6, Schroeder 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-52 11-14 — 49.
Patrick Henry 16 14 6 21 – 57
McComb 6 12 3 28 – 49
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 6-7 (Wagner 3, Mangas 2, Willford); McComb 6-30 (Hanes 3, Reardon 2, Grubb).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 21 (Wagner 6); McComb 25 (Grubb 8).
turnovers: Patrick Henry 7; McComb 16.
junior varsity: McComb, 41-35.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
CAREY 51
RIVERDALE 40
CAREY — Sydney Wentling and Hannah Draper combined for 30 points as Carey downed Riverdale 51-40 in a nonleague battle of teams atop their respective conferences.
The Blue Devils (16-1), who lead the Midland Athletic League standings, were 7 of 17 (41 percent) from 3-point range, with Wentling hitting four of them on her way to a game-high 16 points.
The Falcons, tied for first in the North Central Conference, finished 2 of 16 (13 percent) from beyond the arc and were outrebounded 28-19 in the game.
Jordyn Wright tossed in 14 points and grabbed six boards, while Bre Parish notched 12 points and six rebounds for Riverdale (14-4).

RIVERDALE (14-4)
Farrow 0-0–0, T. Wright 0-0–0, Holderman 0-0–0, Parish 4-4–12, J. Wright 6-2–14, Frey 2-0–6, Walter 1-0–2, Taylor 1-2–4, Hill 0-0–0, Kuenzli 0-0–0, Farmer 0-2–2. TOTALS: 14-40 10-14 — 40.
CAREY (16-1)
Kin 2-2–6, S. Wentling 6-0–16, M. Wentling 2-0–5, Rymer 2-0–4, Johnson 1-2–4, G. Wentling 1-0–2, Draper 4-2–14. TOTALS: 18-43 8-8 — 51.
Riverdale 8 9 15 8 — 40
Carey 5 20 16 10 — 51
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 2-16 (Frey 2); Carey 7-17 (S. Wentling 4, Draper 2, M. Wentling).
rebounds: Riverdale 19 (Parish & J. Wright 6); Carey 28 (Rymer & Johnson 6).
turnovers: Riverdale 11; Carey 14.
junior varsity: Carey, 36-23.

ELMWOOD 58
GIBSONBURG 34
BLOOMDALE — Kristen Curtis poured in 19 points and Elmwood outscored Gibsonburg 52-24 after the first quarter Monday night en route to a 58-34 victory in a nonconference matchup.
The Royals, who improved to 12-5 on the season, outrebounded the Golden Bears 37-22 and forced 27 turnovers in the game.
Gibsonburg finished 14 of 41 (34.1 percent) from the field and was just 2 of 5 (40 percent) from the foul line.
Curtis also grabbed seven rebounds and had three assists, while Tiffany Hillard snatched five steals for Elmwood.
Danielle Fork and Amanda Shammo each finished with 10 points for the Golden Bears (5-12).

GIBSONBURG (5-12)
Pearles 2-0–4, Fork 4-1–10, Alvardo 1-0–2, Schmeltz 0-0–0, Shammo 4-0–10, Roberts 0-0–0, Pencina 0-0–0, Widmer 3-0–7, Ernsthausen 0-1–1, Mancha 0-0–0, Reed 0-0–0. TOTALS: 14-41 2-5 — 34.
ELMWOOD (12-5)
Sears 3-0–6, Hillard 1-1–3, Curtis 6-4–19, Veryser 3-1–7, Swavel 1-2–5, Harvey 0-1–1, Emmitt 3-0–8, George 0-0–0, Bradford 0-0–0, Ervin 3-1–7, Kynard 1-0–2, Marsh 0-0–0. TOTALS: 21-66 10-12 — 58.
Gibsonburg 10 12 10 2 — 34
Elmwood 6 18 16 18 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Gibsonburg 4-15 (Shammo 2, Fork & Widmer); Elmwood 6-23 (Curtis 3, Emmitt 2, Swavel).
rebounds: Gibsonburg 22; Elmwood 37 (Curtis 7).
turnovers: Gibsonburg 27; Elmwood 14.
junior varsity: Elmwood, 38-30.

PANDORA-GILBOA 47
CONTINENTAL 39
CONTINENTAL — Pandora-Glboa outscored Continental 28-22 in the second half and 12-5 from the line in earning a 47-39 Putnam County League win over the Pirates on Monday.
Megan Maag scored 20 points and Olivia Maag had 11 for Pandora-Gilboa. Olivia Maag and Hunter Hermiller accounted for all five 3-pointers, and Megan Maag and Shae Watkins combined for nine of P-G’s 12 free throws as the Rockets improved to 10-8 overall and 4-2 in the PCL.
Continental got another big game from Paige Ordway. The senior guard scored a game-high 21 points for the Pirates (9-8, 3-3 PCL).

PANDORA-GILBOA (10-8, 4-2 PCL)
McCullough 0-1–1, Hermiller 3-0–8, O. Maag 4-0–11, M. Maag 8—20, Watkins 0-5–5, Abelovska 0-2–2. TOTALS: 15-37 12-15–47.
CONTiNENTAL (9-8, 3-3 pcl)
Fitzwater 1-0–2, Scott 4-0–8, Quigley 0-1–1, Zachrich 2-2–6, Ordway 9-1–21, Kindilien 0-1–1. TOTALS: 16-39 5-12–39.
Pandora-Gilboa 10 9 11 17 — 47
Continental 8 9 9 13 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 5-17 (Hermiller 2, O. Maag 3); Continental 2-11 (Ordway 2).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 21 (O. Maag 6); Continental 14 .
turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 18, Continental 14.
junior varsity: Pandora-Gilboa, 37-21.

TIFFIN CALVERT 60
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 40
BASCOM — Tiffin Calvert built an 18-point lead by halftime Monday night on its way to a 60-40 Midland Athletic League win over Hopewell-Loudon.
The Senecas outscored the Chieftains 16-7 in the first quarter and took a 39-21 advantage into halftime.
Taylor Ritzler led the Senecas with 17 points and Kate Brickner added 12.
Courtney Burns led Hopewell-Loudon (10-6 overall, 3-4 MAL) with 13 points, while Brooke Arbogast had 10 points and seven rebounds.

Tiffin Calvert (10-4, 5-2 MAL)
Ritzler 4-9–17, Kontak 1-1″”3, Perry 2-2–7, Brickner 5-0–12, Bowers 1-0–2, L. Bickley 4-0–9, Perry 1-0–2, N. Bickley 2-4–8. TOTALS: 20-61 16-22–60.
Hopewell-Loudon (10-6, 3-4 MAL)
Burns 4-5–13, Feindel 3-0–6, Daniel 1-0–3, Leiter 1-0–2, Park 2-0–4, Arbogast 5-0–10, Brickner 0-2–2, Siegel 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-50 7-11–40.
Calvert 16 23 12 9 — 60
Hopewell-Loudon 7 14 11 8 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Calvert 4-13 (Brickner 2, L. Bickley, Perry); Hopewell-Loudon 1-6 (Daniel).
REBOUNDS: Calvert 33; Hopewell-Loudon 26 (Arbogast 7).
TURNOVERS: Calvert 13; Hopewell-Loudon 13.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Calvert, 23-20.

LEIPSIC 47
BLUFFTON 38
BLUFFTON — Leipsic used a big edge in the first quarter and an even bigger edge from the line to post a 47-38 win over Bluffton in nonleague girls basketball action on Monday.
Leipsic blitzed Bluffton 13-2 in the first quarter and never looked back in notching its 16th win in 19 games.
Shaylynn Morman scored 14 points, Kelly Nadler 13 and Haley Gerten 10. The Vikings converted 19 of 31 free throws; Bluffton was 5 of 9 from the line.
Sarah Schriner and Paige Buroker scored nine points each to lead the Pirates (10-7).

leipsic (16-3)
Rieman 0-2–2, Morman 3-6–14, Gerdeman 3-2–8, Nadler 5-3–13, Gerten 2-6–10 . TOTALS: 13-19–47.
bluffton (10-7)
Schriner 4-0–9, Hunt 1-0–3, Buroker 3-3–9, Fruchey 1-1–4, Parkins 2-1–7, Prichard 3-0–6. TOTALS: 14-5–37.
Leipsic 13 12 9 13 — 47
Bluffton 2 13 14 9 — 38
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 2 (Morman); Bluffton 5 (Schriner, Hunt, Fruchey, Parkins).

PATRICK HENRY 54
VAN BUREN 48
VAN BUREN — Patrick Henry created some breathing room with a 15-8 advantage in the third quarter and the Patriots held on for a 54-48 nonleague girls baksetball win over Van Buren on Monday.
Alyson Prigge scored all 12 of her points from beyond the 3-point line. Heather Gibson nailed three 3-pointers and added 11 points and Kristin Bostelman had 10 points and nine rebounds for the Patriots (5-11).
Lauren Wise scored a game-high 20 points for Van Buren (3-15). Paige Sudlow turned a double-double for the Black Knights with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

patrikc henry (3-15)
Bostelman 5-0–10, Kurtz 1-0–2, Nye 3-0–6, Brown 1-0–2, Gibson 4-0–11, Wagner 0-5–5, Prigge 4-0–12, Rosebrook 3-0–6. TOTALS: 21-59 5-11–54.
van buren (3-15)
Wise 9-2_20, Endicott 1-2–4, Wymer 3-0–9, Sturgill 1-0–2, Hassan 1-0–2, Sudlow 4-3–11. TOTALS: 19-57 7-11–48.
Patrick Henry 13 11 15 15 — 54
Van Buren 14 11 8 15 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 7-18 (Gibson 3, Prigge 4); Van Buren 3-18 (Wymer 3).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 35 (Bostelman 9); Van Buren32 (Sudlow 10).
turnovers: Patrick Henry 21, Van Buren 23.
junior varsity: Patrick Henry 43-38, OT.

ST. WENDELIN 41
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 29
FOSTORIA — Ali Rutter dropped in 16 points and Kamryn Troike posted a double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds as St. Wendelin defeated Upper Scioto Valley 41-29 in nonconference action Monday night.
The Mohawks (13-4) led just 12-11 at halftime and 23-21 after three quarters, but used an 18-8 run in the final period to put the game away.
St. Wendelin hit 15 of 21 (71.4 percent) free throws and outrebounded the Rams 27-12.
Shelby Spradlin finished with 11 points, five rebounds and four steals for Upper Scioto Valley (9-7).

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (9-7)
Spradlin 5-1–11, Lowery 4-0–8, Yaussy 1-1–3, Carroll 1-1–3, Holbrook 1-0–2, Mullins 1-0–2, Thacker 0-0–0, Broseke 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-47 3-7 — 29.
ST. WENDELIN (13-4)
Rutter 5-6–16, Troike 6-3–15, McAfee 1-3–5, Mowrey 1-1–3, Williams 0-2–2, Burns 0-0–0, Reineck 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-28 15-21 — 41.
Upper Scioto Valley 10 1 10 8 — 29
St. Wendelin 8 4 11 18 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Upper Scioto Valley 0-13; St. Wendelin 0-4.
rebounds: Upper Scioto Valley 12 (Spradlin 5); St. Wendelin 27 (Troike 12).
turnovers: Upper Scioto Valley 10; St. Wendelin 20.

TOLEDO WHITMER 50
FINDLAY 26
TOLEDO — Toledo Whitmer’s KeShyra McCarver, the 2012-13 player of the year in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference, turned in a player-of-the-year kind of performance on Monday in leading the Panthers to a 50-26 TRAC win over Findlay.
A 5-foot-10 post player, McCarver, scored three regular baskets, stepped outside and nailed a 3-pointer, and was a perfect 9 for 9 from the line for a game-high 18 points. The IUPU-Fort Wayne recruit was Whitmer’s only player in double figure. But the Panthers put 10 players in the scoring column in climbing to 12-4 overall, 6-3 in the TRAC and staying half a game back of second-place Lima Senior (14-3, 7-3) in the league standings.
Josyln Bendt scored eight points and Jacey Hardesty had seven for Findlay (2-16, 2-9 TRAC). The Trojans were 10 of 15 from the line but managed just seven field goals, two of them 3-pointers.

FINDLAY (2-16, 2-9 TRAC
Blatnik 0-1–1, Bendt 3-2–8, Hardesty 2-2–7, K. Miller 0-3–3, E. Miller 0-0–0, Johnson 0-2–2, Smarkel 0-0–0, S. Wintrow 0-0–0, M. Wintrow 0-0–0, Taylor 0-0–0, Vielhaber 0-0–0. TOTALS: 7-10–26.
TOLEDO WHITMER (12-4, 6-3 TRAC)
S. Semler 3-0–8, Bartko 1-0–2, Meinen 1-2–4, M. Semler 1-0–3, J. Kimmel 0-1–1, Clayton 0-2–2, T. Kimmel 3-0–6, Sarabia 2-0–4, McCarver 4-9–18, B. Blood 1-0–2 . TOTALS: 23-49 2-4–53.
Findlay 6 5 6 9 — 26
Toledo Whitmer 16 14 10 10 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Findlay 2 (Hardesty, Thomas); Toledo Whitmer 4 (S. Semler 2, M. Semler, McCarver).
JUNIOR VARSITY: Toledo Whitmer, 30-14.

OTTOVILLE 42
ADA 34
OTTOVILLE — Behind seven points from Taylor Mangas, Ottoville outscored Ada 10-3 in the third quarter Monday and won the nonconference girls basketball game 42-34.
Annie Lindeman scored six of her game-high 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Big Green improved to 9-8. Brooke Mangas added nine points.
Tori Wyss had 11 points for Ada (7-10). Alexis Amburgey scored 10 points.

Ada (7-10)
Gonzaga 0-0–0, Sutton 0-0–0, Marshall 1-0–2, Amburgey 4-1–10, Archer 0-0–0, Faine 0-0–0, Wildman 1-0–2, Walden 1-0–2, H. Wyss 3-0–7, T. Wyss 5-1–11. TOTALS: 15-2–34.
Ottoville (9-8)
Kramer 0-2–2, T. Mangas 5-0–12, B. Mangas 2-4–9, Honigford 2-0–4, Von Sossan 0-0–0, Sarka 0-0–0, Lindeman 6-0–13, Le. Wannemacher 1-0–2, Ly. Wannemacher 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-6–42.
Ada 7 12 3 12 — 34
Ottoville 14 6 10 12 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Ada 2 (Amburgey & H. Wyss); Ottoville 4 (T. Mangas 2, B. Mangas, Lindeman).
junior varsity: Ottoville, 44-30.

LINCOLNVIEW 46
FORT JENNINGS 32
FORT JENNINGS — Lincolnview used a 19-9 fourth-quarter advantage to break open a 27-23 game and pull away from Fort Jennings in a 46-32 nonconference game Monday night.
The Lancers (7-11) were 20 of 50 (40 percent) from the field, while holding the Musketeers to 13 of 34 (36 percent) for the game.
Hannah McCleery finished with 12 points and five steals and Ashton Bowersock added 11 points and nine rebounds for Lincolnview.
Fort Jennings (2-15) was led by Cassie Lindeman’s 10 points, while Jenna Calvelage and Gabby Clippinger each handed out three assists.

LINCOLNVIEW (7-11)
Gorman 3-0–6, Stemen 3-1–7, McCleery 6-0–12, Clay 0-0–0, Wendel 1-1–3, Bowersock 4-3–11, Thatcher 3-1–7. TOTALS: 20-50 6-10 — 46.
FORT JENNINGS (2-15)
Kehres 1-0–2, Eickholt 0-0–0, Jettinghoff 2-2–6, Calvelage 0-0–0, Young 0-1–1, Clippinger 3-0–7, Klausing 1-0–3, Schimmoeller 1-1–3, Lindeman 5-0–10. TOTALS: 13-34 4-7 — 32.
Lincolnview 6 11 10 19 — 46
Fort Jennings 6 5 12 9 — 32
3-Point GOALS: Lincolnview 0-5; Fort Jennings 2-9 (Clippinger & Klausing).
rebounds: Lincolnview 23 (Bowersock 9); Fort Jennings 19 (Young & Clippinger 4).
turnovers: Lincolnview 12; Fort Jennings 12.