Prep Roundup: Elmwood girls beat Rossford in OT (2-5-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 10:06
Elmwood's Courtney Emmitt (24) and Madison Sears (3) team up to defend Rossford's Maddie York (middle). (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Kristen Curtis scored 27 points to lead Elmwood to a 77-74 overtime win over Rossford Tuesday night.
In another girls game, it was: Bowling Green 61, Bryan 50.
In boys games it was: Perrysburg 61, Napoleon 51; Springfield 77, BGHS 49; Lake 94, Genoa 53; Otsego 63, Eastwood 60; Elmwood 58, Fostoria 52; Rossford 78, Woodmore 45; Cardinal Stritch 86, Northwood 25.

Elmwood 77,  Rossford 74, OT  PHOTO GALLERY
In Rossford, Elmwood used a 20-10 fourth-quarter advantage to send the Northern Buckeye Conference game into overtime.
The Royals out-scored Rossford 10-7 in the extra period to move 21⁄2 games ahead of Rossford in the conference. Genoa is 8-3 in the NBC.
Samantha Ervin added 22 points for Elmwood (13-5, 11-1).
Margo Jackson led Rossford (12-6, 8-4) with 19 points, while Cheyenne Davis and Maddie York added 16 and 13 points, respectively.

BGHS 61, Bryan 50
Bowling Green rallied from a 17-9 deficit after the first quarter to post the nonleague win over Bryan.
BG out-scored Bryan 26-18 in the second half.
Hanna Williford led BG, 10-10 overall, with 19 points, and Livvy Dill added 14 points and 13 rebounds.
Bryan’s Hannah Schimmoeller scored 28 points, and is the third girl in school to go over 1,000 points in her career.

Lake 94, Genoa 53
In Millbury, ninth-ranked Lake (15-1, 8-1) scored 50 points in the second half to remain tied with Rossford for the NBC lead.
Connor Bowen led the Flyers with 30 points. Jared Rettig scored 19 points and Brandon Neal tallied 12 points for Lake.
Rossford 78,
Woodmore 45
In Elmore, Derek Mack scored 32 points as Rossford improved to 11-4, 8-1.

Otsego 63, Eastwood 60
In Tontogany, Jalen Myers hit a 3-pointer with two seconds left to beat Eastwood (10-5, 6-3) in the NBC.
Myers led the Knights with 23 points. Schyler Scherff and Cody Downs contributed 12 points each for Otsego (7-9, 4-6).
Grant Peters had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Eastwood, Jake Schmeltz scored 11 points and Michael Flipse scored 10 points.

Elmwood 58,
Fostoria 52, OT
In Jerry City, Aaron Arnold scored 19 points, and had nine rebounds and five assists, helping Elmwood (4-12, 3-6) to an NBC win.
Elmwood out-scored Fostoria 10-4 in the overtime period.

Fostoria St. Wendelin 52, Lakota 37
In Kansas, Colin Timmons scored 16 points as Lakota fell in a Midland Athletic League game.
Lakota is 6-11 overall and 1-7 in the MAL.

Cardinal Stritch 86,
Northwood 25
In Northwood, Cardinal Stritch out-scored Northwood 37-9 in the first half of a Toledo Area Athletic Conference game.
Northwood is 0-13, 0-9.

Freshmen results
Perrysburg beat Northview, 37-31. Hailey Wenzelman led Perrysburg with 11 points.
Perrysburg beat Start, 39-31. Wenzelman scored 15 points.
Junior high results
Rossford beat Lake, 25-12 in the first round of the NBC tournament. Megan Dunne, Arianna Dupont, Emma Boney, Tori Glowacki and Madison Deshelter-Beyer were Rossford’s scoring leaders.
Rossford beat Otsego, 25-22 in the NBC tournament. Diamond Utley scored 10 points for the Bulldogs.
Perrysburg beat Anthony Wayne, 30-28. Ashlynn Brown led Perrysburg with 10 points.
Lake defeated Rossford 46-36. Jase Bowen and Luke Walsh led Lake, scoring 20 points each.
Woodmore defeated Elmwood, 45-32. Leaders for Elmwood were Matthew Cline, Clay Stearns and Jonah Childress.
Lake defeated Rossford, 41-30. Blake Osborn led the Flyers with 14 points and Dylan O’Quinn added eight points.
Eastwood beat Fostoria, 49-27. Eastwood’s leaders were Tyler Schmeltz, Alex Ross, Grant Hirzel and Tyler Haas.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 11:10

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