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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 01:39
Bowling Green survived a 41-point outburst from Toledo Woodward’s Kyashea Barnett to post a 72-57 nonleague girls basketball victory Tuesday.
In other girls games, it was: Elmwood 51, Lake 39; Eastwood 59, Genoa 55; Rossford 62, Fostoria 23; Woodmore 57, Otsego 45; and Lakota 57, Vanlue 52 in overtime.
In boys games, it was: Bowling Green 75, Southview 71 in overtime; and Springfield 45, Perrysburg 42 in overtime.

GIRLS
BGHS 72, Woodward 57
Led by Haley Glandorff’s 20 points, Bowling Green had four players score in double figures to off-set Barnett’s effort for Woodward.
Livvy Dill scored 15 points for Bowling Green, Tyanna Smith added 12 points and Hanna Williford contributed 10.
Only three players scored for the Polar Bears.
Bowling Green is 10-7 overall.

Eastwood 59, Genoa 55
In Genoa, Eastwood scored 22 points in both the first and the fourth quarters on the way to the Northern Buckeye Conference win.
Presley Weaver scored 17 points and Diana Bushman added 15 for the Eagles, now 5-9 overall and 4-5 in the NBC.
Haley Pickard scored a game-high 18 points for Genoa, now 7-7, 3-5.
Eastwood was 21-of-34 from the free-throw line and Genoa was 19-of-32.

Rossford 62, Fostoria 23
In Fostoria, four girls from Rossford scored in double figures to lead the Bulldogs to an NBC win.
Julie Hotz scored 13 points to lead Rossford, while Courtney Morris added 12 and Kelly Swope and Alaina Mitchell each added 10.
Rossford, 9-7 overall and 6-3 in the NBC, held Fostoria to three points in the second and fourth quarters.
Fostoria is 0-15, 0-9.

Woodmore 57, Otsego 45
In Elmore, Woodmore out-scored Otsego 20-15 in the fourth quarter to close out the NBC win.
Allie Wank led the Wildcats, 9-7 overall and 6-3 in the NBC, with 16 points.
Morgan Smoyer led Otsego, 6-10, 3-6, with 11 points.

Lakota 57, Vanlue 52, OT
In Vanlue, Lakota out-scored Vanlue 33-21 in the fourth quarter and overtime to finish the come-from-behind nonleague win.
The Raiders, who improve to 4-14 overall, were led by Stephanie Miller, Morgan Gangwer and Katie Park, who scored 17, 13 and 11 points, respectively.
Park also added seven rebounds and four steals, while Miller contributed with seven assists.
Vanlue is 4-13 overall.

GIRLS BOWLING
Noon sets record in BG win
On Saturday in Defiance, Alisha Noon set a Bowling Green record with her 289 game. She began with a 236 for 525 total. She led the Bobcats to a 2,577-1,880 victory over Defiance in a non-conference match.
Kelsey Parker rolled a 211, 400; while Eclipse Stockwell had a 220 game and Kyra Beeker added a 213. The girls team took pride in the fact they not only beat Defiance, but also beat the Bobcat boys total of 2,538. BG is now 8-0, 5-0 in the Northern Lakes League.

BOYS BOWLING
BG tops Defiance
On Saturday in Defiance, Bowling Green (9-1) edged Defiance 2,538-2,448 in a non-conference match.
The Bobcats opened with a fine 1,079 team. Jacob Spangenberg led the team with games of 220 and 236 for 456.Chase Ferguson rolled a 234 first game, Brian Le Galley, 223 and Lucas Jenne 205.

Junior varsity results
BOWLING
Bowling Green defeated Defiance, 2,002-1,697. Austyn Chesser was high with a 196 game and 375 total. Alex Noble bowled a 200 game.


BOYS
SPRINGFIELD 45, PERRYSBURG 42, OT
SPRINGFIELD
Hodges, 2-5—9; Roy, 4-0—8; Hassell, 1-1-0—5; Jackson, 0-0—0; Hicks, 1-2-2—10; Shy, 0-0—0; Good, 2-4—8; Weimer, 2-1—5; Jones, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12-3-12—45.
PERRYSBURG
Mesker, 0-0—0; Byrd, 2-3—7; Kaczinski, 2-0—4; Moschetti, 2-3-3—16; Schimmoeller, 0-0—0; H. Thomas, 0-0—0; Edwards, 4-3—11; Patterson, 1-2—4. TOTALS: 11-3-11—42.
SPRINGFIELD    6    12    14    5    8    —45
PERRYSBURG    13    10    10    4    5    —42
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 45-36.

BGHS 75, SOUTHVIEW 71, OT
BGHS
Stone, 4-2—10; Donaldson, 1-0—2; Herringshaw, 0-7-0—21; E. Gardner, 0-0—0; M. Gardner, 0-1-0—3; Brown, 9-2-8—32; Dill, 3-1—7. TOTALS: 17-10-11—75.
SOUTHVIEW
Roberts, 6-2—14; Brock, 1-0—2; Morrison, 5-2-1—17; Stewart, 6-2-0—18; Wooddall, 0-0—0; Pinckney, 2-0—4; Hall, 7-0—14; Eggleston, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 28-4-3—71.
BGHS    12    19    20    14    10    —75
SOUTHVIEW    14    16    18    17    6    —71
Junior varsity: Southview, 53-47.

GIRLS
BGHS 72, TOLEDO WOODWARD 57
WOODWARD
Johnson, 6-0—12; Stamper, 2-0—4; Barnett, 19-5—41. TOTALS: 26-5—57.
BGHS
Glandorff, 7-2-0—20; Morlock, 1-1-0—5; Smith, 4-4—12; Dill, 5-5—15; Williford, 4-2—10; Morman, 3-1—7; McGown, 0-1—1; Maas, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 24-3-15—72.
WOODWARD    16    9    19    13    —57
BGHS    28    15    16    13    —72
Junior varsity: BG, 31-25.

ELMWOOD 51, LAKE 39
LAKE
Taylor, 6-0—12; Dabney, 2-0—4; Phalen, 0-0—0; Shaffer, 1-0—2; Henneman, 2-0—4; Swartz, 2-1-0—7; Brittenham, 0-0—0; Woodruff, 2-0—4; Hansen, 0-2-0—6. TOTALS: 15-3-0—39.
ELMWOOD
Curtis, 4-5—13; Swavel, 0-0—0; Gross, 4-5—13; Tori Hillard, 4-1—9; George, 1-1-2—7; Tiffany Hillard, 0-7—7; Emmitt, 0-0—0; Smith, 1-0—2; Rosendale, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 14-1-20—51
LAKE    11    9    9    10    —39
ELMWOOD    9    21    10    11—51
Junior varsity: Elmwood, 43-20.

EASTWOOD 59, GENOA 55
EASTWOOD
Helm, 1-2—4; Skibicki, 1-0—2; Bushman, 2-2-5—15; Boice, 4-0-8; Gable, 0-5—5; K. Weaver, 2-4—8; P. Weaver, 6-5—17. TOTALS: 16-2-21—59.
GENOA
Albright, 5-4—14; Gerke, 1-1—3; Jensen, 2-1-8—15; Pickard, 6-6—18; Lavelle, 0-1—1; Plantz, 1-0—2; Skilliter, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-2-19—55.
EASTWOOD    22    9    6    22    —59
GENOA    8    15    11    21    —55
Junior varsity: Genoa won.

ROSSFORD 62, FOSTORIA 23
ROSSFORD
Hotz, 4-5—13; Morris, 4-4—12; Jackson, 1-0—2; Pietrasz, 0-0—0; York, 0-0—0; Destate, 2-3—7; Keller, 2-1—5; E. Parisi, 0-1-0—3; Swope, 2-1-3—10; Mitchell, 4-2—10; S. Parisi, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 19-2-18—62.
FOSTORIA
Sanchez, 0-0—0; Hampton, 2-0—4; Settles, 0-2—2; Smith, 0-1—1; Tucker, 0-0—0; Valenti, 0-0—0; Lenz, 0-1—1; Moore, 7-1—15; Cleveland, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 9-5—23.
ROSSFORD    12    17    16    18    —62
FOSTORIA    7    3    10    3    —23
Junior varsity: Rossford, 38-22.

WOODMORE 57, OTSEGO 45
OTSEGO
McCullough, 1-1-2—7; Donald, 0-1—1; Smoyer, 4-3—11; Garrett, 0-1-1—4; Schutzberg, 0-2—2; Roberts, 5-4—14; Forshey, 1-2—4; Luman, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 12-2-15—45.
WOODMORE
O’Connor, 1-7—9; Bench, 2-2-0—10; Johnson, 3-3—9; Wank, 5-6—16; Avers, 4-0—8; Blausey, 1-1—3; Weirich, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 17-2-17—57.
OTSEGO    5    13    12    15    —45
WOODMORE    7    17    13    20    —57
Junior varsity: Otsego, 36-28.

LAKOTA 57, VANLUE 52, OT
LAKOTA
Talbert, 0-0—0; Hovis, 0-0—0; Miller, 3-3-2—17; Feick, 1-0—2; Walter, 4-1—9; Ray, 1-1—3; Mowry, 1-0—2; Park, 3-5—11; Alloway, 0-0—0; Steiner, 0-0—0; Gangwer, 3-7—13. TOTALS: 16-3-16—57.
VANLUE
Cornette, 2-2-4—14; Frey, 5-4—14; Bonham, 2-3—7; Thomas, 3-5—11; H. Gerschutz, 0-0—0; Clymer, 1-1-1—6; T. Kloepfer, 0-0—0; J. Kloepfer, 0-0—0; C. Gerschutz, 0-0—0; Ross, 0-0—0; Hartman, 0-0—0; Kromer, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 13-3-17—52.
LAKOTA    5    8    11    18    15    —57
VANLUE    6    11    14    12    9    —52
Junior varsity: Lakota, 36-19.
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