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Prep Schedule & Updates: 02-19-14

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Wednesday’s Results
Northern Buckeye Conference
Rossford 50, Eastwood 48
Northern Ohio League
Willard 70, Bellevue 60
Firelands Conference
Western Reserve 47, New London 44, OT
Sandusky Bay Conference
Sandusky Perkins 51, Clyde 46
Other NW Ohio Games
Detroit Western 61, Toledo St. Francis 44
Galion Northmor 68, Crestline 48
Indian Lake 71, Ridgemont 35
Lorain 60, Sandusky Senior 40
Riverdale 78, Vanlue 57
Tiffin Columbian 46, New Riegel 40

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Wednesday’s Sectional Semifinals
Division I
AT FOSTORIA
Oregon Clay 60, Mansfield Senior 52
Perrysburg 67, Marion Harding 24
at toledo central catholic
Sylvania Northview 57, Toledo St. Ursula 29
Sylvania Southview 49, Toledo Whitmer 43 (OT)
Division II
at hicksville
Napoleon 25, Defiance 16
Division III
at defiance
Delta 49, Tinora 41
Archbold 74, Liberty Center 39
at wapakoneta
Columbus Grove 51, Coldwater 49 (OT)
Division IV
at paulding
Ayersville 59, Continental 46
Edgerton 59, Wayne Trace 56
at tiffin columbian
Tiffin Calvert 67, Hopewell-Loudon 51
Old Fort 50, Monroeville 45
at ontario
Buckeye Central 53, Plymouth 47
Colonel Crawford 48, Mansfield St. Peter 40
at findlay
Fostoria St. Wendelin 59, Riverdale 43
Arcadia 57, Cory-Rawson 29
at van wert
Ottoville 55, Fort Jennings 22
Kalida 56, Delphos Jefferson 46
at ottawa-glandorf
McComb 57, Patrick Henry 54
Pandora-Gilboa 57, Van Buren 42
at genoa
Danbury 35, Fremont St. Joseph 28
Cardinal Stritch 39, Lakota 32
at coldwater
Marion Local 51, New Bremen 37
Minster 66, Spencerville 35
at bryan
Hilltop 73, Edon 40
Fayette 43, Montpelier 19

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Grove wins with Wynn
WAPAKONETA — To say Julia Wynn came through in the clutch Wednesday for Columbus Grove would be an understatement.
Wynn scored half of her 14 points in overtime as Columbus Grove outlasted Coldwater 51-49 in a Division III sectional semifinal at Wapakoneta.
Wynn hit one field goal and went 5 of 6 from the free throw line in the extra period to lift the Bulldogs (14-9), who will play Allen East at 6:15 p.m. Saturday in the sectional finals at Wapakoneta.
Lynea Diller finished with 11 points and Jade Clement added 10, including two in overtime, for Columbus Grove.
Sarah Kanney led Coldwater (14-9) with 17 points, but was shut out in overtime. Hannah Bruns added 14 for the Cavaliers.

COLUMBUS GROVE (14-9)
Stechschulte 1-2–5, Wynn 3-8–14, McCluer 1-4–6, Clement 2-6–10, Yinger 0-5–5, Diller 5-1””11. TOTALS: 12 26-33–51.
coldwater (14-9)
Hemmelgarn 1-0–2, Sudhoff 1-5–8, Welsch 2-1–5, Bruns 4-6–14, Kanney 4-6–17, Grunden 1-0””3. TOTALS: 13 18-29–49.
Columbus Grove 7 13 11 11 9 — 51
Coldwater 11 10 7 15 7 — 49
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 1 (Stechschulte); Coldwater 5 (Kanney 3, Sadhoff & Grunden).

Kalida, Ottoville advance
VAN WERT — Ottoville held Fort Jennings to six points or less in three of four quarters and the Big Green cruised to a 55-22 win Wednesday in a Division IV sectional semifinal at Van Wert.
Ottoville (13-8) will play Kalida, a 56-46 winner over Delphos Jefferson, at 8 p.m. Saturday at Van Wert in the sectional finals.
Lexie Wannemacher scored seven of her game-high 14 points in the first quarter when Ottoville raced to an early 14-3 lead. The Big Green put the game away before halftime, taking a 24-6 lead to the locker room.
Cassie Lindeman finished with 10 points to lead Fort Jennings (2-21).
In the nightcap, Jackie Gardner finished with 18 points and Allison Recker added 14 to lead Kalida (9-13).
The Wildcats led 16-12 in the first quarter, and were never threatened the rest of the way, taking a 31-21 lead into halftime.
Delphos Jefferson (10-12) got most of its points in bunches, including 17 from Katie Goergens, 14 from Rileigh Stockwell and another 10 from Brooke Culp.

FIRST GAME
FORT JENNINGS (2-21)
Calvelage 1-0–3, Schimmoeller 1-1–3, Lindeman 4-0–10, Kehres 2-0–4, Klausing 1-0–2. TOTALS: 9 1-3–22.
OTTOVILLE (13-8)
Boecker 1-0–3, T. Mangas 3-2–9, B. Mangas 3-2–8, Sarka 1-0–2, Honigford 2-0””4, Thorbahn 0-1–1, Lindeman 2-0–5, Le. Wannemacher 6-2–14, Ly. Wannemacher 3-3–9. TOTALS: 21 10-13–55.
Fort Jennings 3 3 10 6 — 22
Ottoville 14 10 12 19 — 55
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 3 (Lindeman 2, Calvelage); Ottoville 3 (Boecker, T. Mangas & Lindeman).
SECOND GAME
KALIDA (9-13)
Gardner 7-3–18, N. Recker 2-0””5, Kahle 2-1–6, Osterhage 3-1–7, Turnwald 2-2–6,A. Recker 4-6–14. TOTALS: 20 13-18–56.
DELPHOS JEFFERSON (10-12)
Culp 3-3–10, Gopergens 3-8–17, Stockwell 4-5–14, Binkley 2-0””5. TOTALS: 12 16-20–46.
Kalida 16 15 11 14 — 56
Delphos Jefferson 12 9 12 13 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3 (Gardner, N. Recker & Kahle); Delphos Jefferson 6 (Goergens 3, Culp, Stockwell & Binkley).

Continental falls
PAULDING — Ayersville delivered the basketball equivalent of a first-round knockout Wednesday, as the Pilots turned an early 20-5 lead into a 59-46 win over Contintental in a Division IV sectional semifinal at Paulding.
Megan Schubert scored 19 points and Molly Hammersmith added 17 points, 12 rebounds and four assists to lead Ayersville (19-3), which will play Edgerton at 8 p.m. Saturday at Paulding in the sectional finals.
Paige Ordway had 18 points and five steals and Paige Kindilien finished with nine rebounds to lead Continental (10-12).

CONTINENTAL (10-12)
Fitzwater 0-1–1, Scott 1-4–7, Quigley 3-3–9, S. Zachrich 2-1–5, Ordway 7-4–18, P. Kindilien 2-0–4, J. Zachrich 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-52 13-19–46.
AYERSVILLE (19-3)
Tressler 3-6–13, M. Hammersmith 7-2–17, Schubert 8-3–19, Addington 4-0–8, Waldron 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23-46 11-20–59.
Continental 5 16 11 14 — 46
Ayersville 20 10 16 13 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Continental 1-8 (Scott); Ayersville 2-6 (Tressler & M. Hammersmith).
rebounds: Continental 26 (Kindilien 9); Ayersville 38 (M. Hammersmith 12).
turnovers: Continental 18; Ayersville 24.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Holderman scores 21 in Riverdale win
VANLUE — Lee Holderman led four Riverdale players in double figures scoring with 21 points as the Falcons used a 42-17 first-half edge to cruise to a 78-57 win over Vanlue in nonconference boys basketball action Wednesday.
Jimmy Fox added 19 points, including three 3-pointers, and a team-high eight rebounds for Riverdale (8-13). Tyson Frey (14 points) and Chad Pever (10) also scored in double figures for the Falcons, which shot 31 of 52 (60 percent) from the floor and 10 of 14 (71 percent) from the free-throw line.
Austin Smith scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Vanlue (6-16). Nick Hagerty added 15 points and five rebounds, and Sam Wagner scored 12 points.

riverdale (8-13)
Pever 5-0–10, Holderman 8-3–21, Snider 1-0–2, Fox 7-2–19, Frey 5-4–14, Loveridge 4-0–9, Hough 0-1–1, Stewart 1-0–2, Pickett 0-0–0. TOTALS: 31-52 10-14–78.
vanlue (6-16)
Huston 1-0–2, Smith 7-0–18, Hagerty 6-2–15, Wagner 5-0–12, Coldren 2-1–5, Reed 2-1–5, Keeney 0-0–0, Hendricks 0-0–0, Ross 0-0–0. TOTALS: 23-56 4-4–57.
Riverdale 17 25 17 19 — 78
Vanlue 5 12 17 23 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 6-13 (Fox 3, Holderman 2, Loveridge 1); Vanlue 7-17 (Smith 4, Wagner 2, Hagerty 1).
rebounds: Riverdale 29 (Fox 8); Vanlue 14 (Hagerty 5).
turnovers: Riverdale 15, Vanlue 5.

TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 46
NEW RIEGEL 40
NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel got off to a hot start in the first quarter, but stalled in the second as Tiffin Columbian beat the Blue Jackets 46-40 on Wednesday in the regular season finale for both teams.
Jake Dryfuse 12 points and 10 rebounds for New Riegel, which hit 47 percent (14 of 30) of its shot attempts.
Derek Dryfuse finished with 15 points and for Columbian.

TIFFIN COLUMBIAN (12-9)
Demith 1-3–5, Flint 3-1–7, Donovan 4-0–9, Adams 1-0-2, Dryfuse 5-5–15, Moore 4-0–8. TOTALS: 18-43 9-14–46.
NEW RIEGEL (7-14)
Lescallett 4-6–15, Hughes 1-0–3, Ink 4-0””8, Dryfuse 4-1””12, Reinhard 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14-30 7-11–40.
Tiffin Columbian 8 15 9 14 — 46
New Riegel 15 3 13 9 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Tiffin Columbian 1-7 (Donovan); New Riegel 5-17 (Dryfuse 3, Hughes & Lescallett).
rebounds: Tiffin Columbian 23 (Dryfuse 10); New Riegel 24 (Dryfuse 10).
turnovers: Tiffin Columbian 10; New Riegel 24.
junior varsity: New Riegel 40-33.