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Elmwood, Rossford, Lake girls post wins (11-30-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 30 November 2013 03:41
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Elmwood's Rebecca Harvey (23) moves to shoot after slipping past Otsego's Lindsey Donald. (Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Elmwood, Rossford and Lake posted victories Friday on the opening night of girls league play in the Northern Buckeye Conference. PHOTO GALLERY
Elmwood was a 50-44 winner over Otsego, Rossford was a 53-44 winner over Eastwood and Lake was a 42-37 overtime winner against Fostoria.
In other girls games, it was: Perrysburg 44, Southview 40; BGHS 72, Maumee 29; Old Fort 57, North Baltimore 38.
In boys nonleague games, it was: Lake 70, Toledo Christian 52; and Liberty-Benton 66, Rossford 46.

BASKETBALL
GIRLS
Elmwood 50, Otsego 44
In Tontogany, Elmwood built a 26-16 lead at the half to improve to 1-1 overall.
Samantha Ervin led Elmwood with 16 points, while Kristen Curtis added 10 points.
Otsego’s Abby Hesselschwardt led all scorers with 27 points. The Knights are 1-2.

Rossford 53, Eastwood 44
In Luckey, Rossford scored 30 second-half points to erase Eastwood’s 24-23 lead at the half.
Rossford’s Julie Hotz scored a game-high 23 points. The Bulldogs are 1-2 overall.
Mackenzie Albright scored 17 and Reagan Boice added 12 points for Eastwood (0-3).

Lake 42, Fostoria 37
In Fostoria, Lake made five throws in overtime to pull away from a 37-37 tie at the end of regulation.
Fostoria hit two 3-pointers in the final 20 seconds of regulation to force overtime.
Jordyn Taylor and Catie Phalen each scored 11 points for Lake.
Fostoria’s Jada Hampton led all scorers with 13 points.
Lake advanced to 3-0. Fostoria is 0-2.

Perrysburg 44, Southview 40
In Perrysburg, the Yellow Jackets only allowed 18 second-half points in a Northern Lakes League win.
The game was tied at 22 at the half.
Perrysburg had two players earn double-doubles: Sarah Baer, 22 points, 11 rebounds; and Allex Brown, 13 points, 11 rebounds.
Southview’s Taryn Stanley finished with 11 points.
Perrysburg is 2-0, 2-0. Southview is 1-1, 1-1.

BGHS 72, Maumee 29
Bowling Green rolled to a 32-13 lead at the half as it improved to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the NLL.
Tyanna Smith led BG with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Hanna Williford added 17 points and Kendal Glandorff chipped in with 13 points.
BG is 2-1, 1-1. Maumee is 0-2, 0-2.

Old Fort 57,
North Baltimore 38
In Old Fort, the Stockers scored 30 first-half points in a 19-point Midland Athletic League win.
Allie Adelsperger scored 19 and Sammy Miller added 11 points for Old Fort (3-0, 1-0).
Kiah Powell and Maddie Ray each scored 13 point for NB (0-3, 0-1).

BOYS
Liberty-Benton 66,
Rossford 46
In Rossford, Liberty-Benton scored 57 points in the first three quarters en route to a season-opening win.
Brian Burks led Rossford with 18 points.

Lake 70, Toledo Christian 52
In Toledo, Lake scored 38 second-half points to win its opener.
Lake held a 32-29 lead at the half.
Connor Bowen led Lake with 20 points, while Jared Rettig added 19 and Cody Witt had 16.
Toledo Christian’s Darshawn Paynther scored 19, while Kyle Kempton added 18.

HOCKEY
BGHS 7, Noblesville (Ind.) 2
In the Ice Arena, Keegan O’Brien had two goals as the Bobcats won in the BGHS Thanksgiving Tournament.
Aaron Crawford, Jeremy Chambers, Cam Robinson, Phillip Rich and Connor Rogowski had BG's other goals, while Tanner Fausnaugh made seven saves. An earlier version of this story had the incorrect goal-scorers for BG. The game's official scoresheet had the incorrect goal-scorers listed.
The Bobcats play Springboro and Villanova (Ontario) Saturday to finish the round-robin portion of the tournament.
The championship and consolation games are Sunday.

GIRLS
Elmwood 50, otsego 44
ELMWOOD
Ervin, 7-2—16; Curtis, 3-4—10; Hillard, 4-1—9; Emmitt, 2-1—5; Sears, 2-0—4; Harvey, 2-0—4; Veryser, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 21-8—50.
OTSEGO
Hesselschwardt, 10-7—27; Forshey, 2-3—7; Smoyer, 3-0—6; Asmus, 1-0—2; Wynn, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-10—44.
ELMWOOD 16 10 10 14 —50
OTSEGO 8 8 16 12 —44
Junior varsity: not reported.

rossford 53, eastwood 44
ROSSFORD
Hotz, 6-2-5—23; York, 3-1-0—9; Clay, 1-1-2—7; Davis, 3-0—6; Keller, 2-0—4; Gozdowski, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 17-4-7—53.
EASTWOOD
Albright, 8-1—17; Boice, 4-1-1—12; Hayward, 1-3—5; Peters, 2-0—4; Klink, 1-0—2; Jennings, 1-0—2; Fix, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 18-1-5—44.
ROSSFORD 14 9 12 18 —53
EASTWOOD 11 13 16 4 —44
Junior varsity: not reported.

Lake 42, Fostoria 37
LAKE
Taylor, 1-1-6—11; Phalen, 2-1-4—11; Woodruff, 1-1-2—7; Henneman, 3-0—6; Hansen, 2-0—4; Swartz, 0-3—3. TOTALS: 9-3-15—42.
FOSTORIA
Hampton, 1-3-2—13; Settles, 2-4—8; Valenti, 1-2-0—8; Smith, 2-0—4; Williams, 1-0—2; Moore, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 7-5-8—37.
LAKE 10 12 8 7 5 —42
FOSTORIA 13 8 5 11 0 —37
Junior varsity: not reported.

BGHS 72, Maumee 29
MAUMEE
Harris, 3-3—9; Krewson, 1-3—5; Green, 1-2—4; Kachenmeister, 0-1-0—3; Bergquist, 1-1—3; Sticler, 0-2—2; Schultz, 1-0—2; Chilupe, 0-1—1. TOTALS: 7-1-12—29.
BGHS
Smith, 6-8—20; Williford, 6-5—17; Glandorff, 3-1-4—13; Morman, 2-1-2—9; Dill, 0-1-3—6; Bowers, 1-1—3; Szabo, 1-0—2; Powers, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 20-3-23—72.
MAUMEE 8 5 7 9 —29
BGHS 22 10 25 15 —72
Junior varsity: BGHS, 45-33.

perrysburg 44, southview 40
SOUTHVIEW
Stanley, 2-1-4—11; Westphal, 4-1—9; Pappas, 2-2—6; Hunstman, 1-2—4; Green, 1-2—4; Horwitz, 1-2—4; Klepzig, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-1-13—40.
PERRYSBURG
Baer, 9-4—22; Brown, 5-3—13; Moore, 1-3—5; Hunter, 0-2—2; DeLong, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 16-12—44.
SOUTHVIEW 12 10 11 7 —40
PERRYSBURG 10 12 6 16 —44
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 33-19.

Old fort 57, North baltimore 38
NORth BALTIMORE
Ray, 5-3—13; Powell, 5-3—13; Trumbull, 1-2—4; Davis, 1-1—3; Fleckner, 0-2—2; Grilliot, 0-1—1; Boyer, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 13-12—38.
OLD FORT
Adelsperger, 5-9—19; Sammy Miller, 1-1-6—11; Bilger, 1-2—4; Ward, 2-0—4; Peyton Miller, 2-4—8; Hartsel, 0-2—2; Bell, 2-0—4; Magers, 2-0—4; Davidson, 0-1—1. TOTALS: 15-1-24—57
NB 3 10 12 13 —38
OLD FORT 13 17 12 15 —57
Junior varsity: not reported.

BOYS
Liberty-Benton 66, rossford 46
LiBERTY-BENTON
Griese, 6-4-5—21; Garver, 6-3-2—17; Damall, 4-2-0—10; Cytlak, 3-1-0—7; May, 2-2—6; Lawson, 1-1—3; Rhodes, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 23-10-10—66.
ROSSFORD
Miller, 3-1-2—9; Niese, 2-0—4; Mack, 0-2—2; Sinclair, 1-1-2—5; Burks, 8-1-1—18; Childress, 3-1-1—8. TOTALS: 17-4-8—46.
L-B 20 15 22 9 —66
ROSSFORD 7 12 11 16 —46
Junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 61-44.

Lake 70, Toledo christian 52
LAKE
Bowen, 7-2-0—20; Jared Rettig, 6-1-4—19; Witt, 0-4-4—16; Neal, 0-2-1—7; Jake Rettig, 0-2-0—6; Permar, 1-0-0—2. TOTALS: 14-11-9—70.
TOLEDO CHRIstiAN
Paynther, 6-0-7—19; Kempton, 6-1-3—18; Walton, 3-0-0—6; Gibson, 2-0-2—6; Brumbaugh, 0-1-0—3. TOTALS: 17-2-12—52.
LAKE 15 17 22 16 —70
TC 10 19 16 7 —52
Junior varsity: Toledo Christian, 60-38.
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