|Prep Hoops - Perrysburg girls rout Clay with 14 3-pointers|
|Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Monday, 29 November 1999 20:00|
Perrysburg's girls basketball team made a school-record 14 3-pointers in its 71-31 rout over Clay Saturday. The previous best was 12 threes in a game.
In other non-league girls games it was: Fostoria St. Wendelin 58, Elmwood 36; and Arlington 70, North Baltimore 23.
In boys Northern Lakes League is was: Bowling Green 73, Anthony Wayne 49; Perrysburg 67, Springfield 44; and Rossford 42, Northview 40.
In non-league boys games it was: Oak Harbor 64, Lake 60, OT; Delta 57, Otsego 39; Liberty-Benton 51, Eastwood 32; and Vanlue 66, North Baltimore 44.
Perrysburg 71, Clay 31
In Oregon, Perrysburg's Kelsea Newman scored 18 points, including five 3-pointers, to help the Yellow Jackets improve to 3-0.
Kendall Tudor scored 11 points and added five assists and four steals, and Taylor Knight scored 10 points, with both players making three 3-pointers.
Lindsay Matolyak had seven assists for the Yellow Jackets.
Perrysburg led 42-13 at halftime and had a total of 11 different players score.
Fostoria St. Wendelin 58,
In Fostoria, Katelyn Schiefer had a double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds to power Fostoria St. Wendelin to a non-conference win over Elmwood Saturday night.
Reagan Briggs scored 11 points to lead Elmwood.
North Baltimore 23
In North Baltimore, Arlington (5-0) forced the Tigers into 43 turnovers on the way to the non-conference win.
Amelia Recker recorded 10 steals and scored a game-high 19 points for Arlington.
Ricci Emahiser scored seven points and came away with five rebounds to lead North Baltimore (3-2). Jessica Frost also had five rebounds.
Oak Harbor 64,
Lake 60, OT
In Oak Harbor, the Rockets slipped past Lake in a non-league game.
Kyle Sarahman led OH with 14 points and Steve Young added 13 points and six assists.
Josh Tantari led Lake with 20 points, Ra'Shad Smith added 15 and Kurt McKee scored 10.
Delta 57, Otsego 39
In Tontogany, Delta held Otsego scoreless in the fourth quarter on the way to the non-conference win. The Knights held a 39-38 lead after 24 minutes.
Josh Beverly led Delta with 19 points. The Panthers had 28 offensive rebounds in the game.
Ryan Smoyer led Otsego with 16 points.
In Findlay, Liberty-Benton out-scored Eastwood, 26-10 in the second half, including 13-2 in the fourth quarter, to pull away for the win.
Jake Faykosh led the way for Eastwood with 14 points.
Jake Kanable led L-B with17 points and seven rebounds.
North Baltimore 44
In North Baltimore, Dillon Kliesch and Zach Garber combined for 45 points as Vanlue stopped North Baltimore.
Clinton Ebright scored 16 points and Tommy Hillard added 10 for the Tigers (1-2).
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