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Prep Roundup: Elmwood girls drop first NBC game; Otsego and Rossford win (02-01-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 01 February 2014 01:20
Elmwood’s girls basketball team suffered its first conference loss, while Otsego and Rossford picked up wins in Northern Buckeye Conference action Friday night.
Genoa was a 74-56 winner over the Royals while Otsego beat Fostoria, 46-29 and Rossford downed Lake, 52-40.
In other girls games it was: Woodmore 49, Eastwood 27; Hopewell-Loudon 60, North Baltimore 40; and Seneca East 53, Lakota 37.
In boys games it was: Perrysburg 66, Maumee 49; Bowling Green 73, Northview 71 in 3OT; Fremont St. Joseph 47, Elmwood 33; and Maumee Valley 59, Northwood 20.

BASKETBALL
GIRLS
Genoa 74, Elmwood 56
In Genoa, Elmwood was out-scored 32-14 in the second quarter as the Comets held a 51-25 lead at halftime.
Kristen Curtis led the Royals (11-5, 9-1) with 16 points, while Samantha Ervin and Rebecca Harvey added 10 points each.
Elmwood still holds a 1 1/2 game lead over Rossford and a two-game lead over Geona in the NBC.
Ciarra Albright led Genoa (13-4, 7-3) with 29 points.

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Otsego's Abby Hesselschwardt (14) has her shot blocked by Fostoria's Jada Hampton (11) during the first half. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Otsego 46, Fostoria 29
In Tontogany, Abby Hesselschwardt scored 17 points and Lindsey Donald added 12 points.
The Knights (8-8, 6-4) out-scored Fostoria 21-8 in the second half.

Rossford 52, Lake 40
In Rossford, a 12-3 advantage in the fourth quarter helped the Bulldogs pull away.
Cheyenne Davis led Rossford (12-5, 8-3) with 13 points while Maddie York added 10 points and Julie Hotz grabbed 14 rebounds.
Catie Phalen led Lake (7-9, 4-5) with 17 points.

Woodmore 49, Eastwood 27
In Woodmore, after a 13-13 tie at halftime, Woodmore out-scored Eastwood 23-2 in the third quarter.
Mackenzie Albright led the Eagles (2-14, 1-10) with eight points.

Seneca East 53, Lakota 37
In Kansas, Katie Park led Lakota with 10 points in a Midland Athletic League loss.
The Raiders are 4-12 overall and 1-7 in the MAL.

Hopewell-Loudon 60,
North Baltimore 40
In Bascom, Hopewell-Loudon used a 16-7 third-quarter advantage to distance itself in an MAL game.
Kiah Powell led North Baltimore with 10 points and six rebounds.
The Tigers are 6-11 overall and 1-6 in the MAL.

BOYS
Fremont St. Joseph 47,
Elmwood 33
In Jerry City, Elmwood was shut out in the third quarter of a nonleague loss.
The Royals (3-12) were led by Aaron Arnold’s nine points.

Maumee Valley 59, Northwood 20
In Northwood, Maumee Valley built a 41-8 led by halftime of the Toledo Area Athletic Conference game.
Evan LaPlante led Northwood (0-11, 0-7) with seven points.

BOYS
NORTHVIEW 73, BGHS 71, 3OT
BGHS
Walker, 2-2—6; Hinton, 0-1-4—7; Stone, 11-3-7—38; Gardner, 2-0—4; Carsey, 1-3—5; Stewart, 2-5—9; Ludwig, 0-0—0; Markey, 0-1-1—4; Riggs, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 18-5-22—73.
NORTHVIEw
Downing, 4-1-7—18; Afifi, 2-2-2—12; West, 5-1-6—19; Wendt, 0-1—1; Bishop, 1-3—5; Rodgers, 0-0—0; Sample, 2-0—4; Moebius, 1-2—4; Genot, 4-0—8. TOTALS: 19-4-21—71.
BGHS    6    14    11    13    10    8    11    —73
NORTHVIEW    15    7    11    11    10    8    9    —71
Junior varsity: Northview, 52-50.

PERRYSURG 66, MAUMEE 49
PERRYSBURG
Thomas, 1-2-0—8; Mesker, 1-2-2—10; Kaczinski, 5-2—12; Moschetti, 6-3-2—23; Patterson, 3-2—8; Zimmerman, 0-0—0; Hafner, 1-1-0—5; Jordan, 0-0—0; Adams, 0-0—0; Vrzal, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 17-8-8—66.
MAUMEE
Kontak, 1-1-0—5; Callahan, 3-1-0—9; Mauro, 1-1-0—5; Matcham, 2-2-0—10; Szymanski, 1-0—2; Schriner, 0-0—0; Calopietro, 1-4-0—14; Utter, 1-0—2; Harding, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 11-9-0—49.
PERRYSBURG    18    16    19    13    —66
MAUMEE    10    13    14    12    —49
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 70-33.

FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 47, ELMWOOD 33
FREMONT ST. JOSEPH
Michael, 2-1-1—8; Linke, 2-0—4; Kerr, 7-0—14; Yeckley, 1-0—2; Veleba, 3-0—6; Williams, 2-0—4; Harrison, 4-1—9. TOTALS: 21-1-2—47.
ELMWOOD
Peter, 1-0—2; Lentz, 1-2-0—8; Childress, 1-0—2; Baxter, 0-1-0—3; Arnold, 3-3—9; Jones, 1-0—2; Solether, 2-1-0—7. TOTALS: 9-4-3—33.
ST. JOSEPH    10    16    12    9    —47
ELMWOOD    13    0    8    12    —33
Junior varsity: not reported.

MAUMEE VALLEY 59, NORTHWOOD 20
MAUMEE VALLEY
TEAM TOTALS: 21-2-11—59.
NORTHWOOD
Cathers, 2-0—4; Sutton, 1-0—2; Price, 0-1—1; LaPlante, 2-1-0—7; Bonnette, 2-0—4; Nino, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 8-1-1—20.
MV    26    15    14    4    —59
NORTHWOOD    4    4    3    9    —20
Junior varsity: not reported.

GIRLS
WOODMORE 49, EASTWOOD 27
EASTWOOD
Albright, 2-4—8; Boice, 2-1-0—7; Jennings, 0-2—2; Peters, 0-1—1; Hayward, 1-1—3; Ameling, 1-2—4; Klink, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 7-1-10—27.
WOODMorE
Weirich, 1-0—2; Reynolds, 1-0—2; Wank, 3-1-8—17; Blausey, 2-2—6; Aliemenious, 0-1—1; Hoffman, 0-1—1; Davis, 1-1—3; Gephart, 1-2-0—8; Williams, 0-2-1—7; Grzegorczyk, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 10-5-14—49.
EASTWOOD    8    5    2    12    —27
WOODMORE    9    4    23    13    —49
Junior varsity: Woodmore, 45-27.

GENOA 74, ELMWOOD 56
ELMWOOD
Sears, 4-0—8; Hillard, 0-1—1; Curtis, 3-2-4—16; Veryser, 3-0—6; Swavel, 0-0—0; Harvey, 5-0—10; Emmitt, 1-1—3; Ervin, 5-0—10; Kynard, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 22-2-6—56.
geNoA
Gose, 1-0—2; Albright, 9-1-8—29; Gerke, 2-0—4; Jensen, 0-1-0—3; Pickard, 8-5—21; Harder, 4-3—11; Skilliter, 1-0—2; Edwards, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 26-2-16—74.
ELMWOOD    11    14    12    19    —56
GENOA    19    32    10    13    —74
Junior varsity: Elmwood, 34-18.

OTSEGO 46, FOSTORIA 29
FOSTORIA
Moore, 1-1—3; Hampton, 2-0—4; Velazquez, 1-0—2; Velenti, 2-5—9; Williams, 2-1—5; Smith, 3-0—6. TOTALS: 11-7—29.
OTSEGO
Asmus, 1-0—2; Beach, 0-0—0; Wenig, 2-2—6; Hesselschwardt, 7-3—17; Donald, 3-2-0—12; Smoyer, 3-3—9. TOTALS: 16-2-8—46.
FOSTORIA    7    14    4    4    —29
OTSEGO    12    13    11    10    —46
Junior varsity: no game played.

ROSSFORD 52, LAKE 40
LAKE
Taylor, 2-1—5; Deal, 1-0—2; Dabney, 2-1—5; Phalen, 0-4-5—17; Hansen, 2-0—4; Huston, 2-1-0—7. TOTALS: 9-5-7—40.
ROsSFORD
Hotz, 3-2—8; York, 5-0—10; Jackson, 1-3—5; Davis, 6-1—13; Pietrasz, 1-0—2; Keller, 1-3—5; Clay, 1-1—3; Swope, 1-0—2; Gozdowski, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 21-10—52.
LAKE    9    16    12    3    —40
ROSSFORD    11    15    14    12    —52
Junior varsity: Rossford won.

SENECA EAST 53, LAKota 37
SENECA EAST
Adachi, 5-3-1—20; Brookes, 1-1-0—5; Camp, 3-5—11; Enders, 2-0—4; Hahler, 5-0—10; Reichert, 1-1—3. TOTALS: 17-4-7—53.
LAKOTA
Alloway, 0-1-0—3; B. Long-Meyer, 1-2—4; D. Long-Meyer, 2-0—4; Gangwer, 2-1-1—8; Mowry, 2-1-1—8; Park, 3-4—10. TOTALS: 10-3-8—37.
SENECA EAST    14    14    11    14    —53
LAKOTA    8    9    12    8    —37
Junior varsity: Seneca East, 49-28.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 60,
NORTH BALTIMORE 40
NB
Davis, 2-1-0—7; Stewart, 1-1—3; Fleckner, 2-3—7; Trumbull, 1-2—4; Powell, 2-2-0—10; Frost, 2-1-0—7; Peters, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 10-4-8—40.
HOPEWELL
Burns, 2-2-0—10; Daniel, 8-3-0—25; Leiter, 4-0—8; Arbogast, 3-2—8; Brickner, 3-3—9. TOTALS: 20-5-5—60.
NB    7    17    7    9    —40
HOPEWELL    9    21    16    14    —60
Junior varsity: NB, 34-20.
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