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Prep Roundup: Lake girls down Swanton (11-26-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff   
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 00:44
Lake defeated Swanton, 49-45 in a nonleague game while Anthony Wayne downed Bowling Green, 57-45 in a Northern Lakes League opener Tuesday in girls high school basketball action.
In other games, it was: Perrysburg 61, Northview 53; Van Buren 57, Eastwood 44; Evergreen 56, Otsego 27; Ottawa Hills 69, Rossford 61; and Riverdale 47, North Baltimore 33.

Lake 49, Swanton 44
In Millbury, Lake’s Jordyn Taylor scored eight points in the fourth quarter to help the Flyers rally for the win.
Swanton held a 34-33 lead after three quarters.
Taylor and Sumer Woodruff each scored 13 points for the Flyers, 2-0.

Anthony Wayne 57, BGHS 45
In Whitehouse, Bowling Green led 15-12 after the first quarter, but AW pulled away to post the 12-point NLL win.
Jasmine Bonivel, 15 points and seven rebounds, and Sara Zankl, 13 points and eight rebounds, led AW.
BG had only four players score in the game, with three scoring in double figures — Tyanna Smith, 14 points; Livvy Dill, 13 points; and Hanna Willifrod, 12 points.
Both teams are 1-1 overall.

Van Buren 57, Eastwood 44
In Van Buren, Eastwood scored 30 points in the second half, but Van Buren scored in double figures in every quarter on the way to the win.
Reagan Boice led Eastwood with a game-high 16 points, and Mackenzie Albright scored 12.
The Eagles are 0-2.

Evergreen 56, Otsego 27
In Metamora, nine different players scored for Evergreen in the nonleague win.
Abby Hesselschwardt scored eight points for Otsego, now 1-1.

Ottawa Hills 69, Rossford 61
In Rossford, the Bulldogs scored 24 points in the fourth quarter, but Ottawa Hills held on for the nonleague win.
Julie Hotz led Rossford with 16 points and 12 rebounds, Kristen Keller had 14 points and five steals, and Margo Jackson chipped in with 10 points.
Olivia VanSlooten scored 18 points for Ottawa Hills.
The Bulldogs are 0-2.

Riverdale 47, North Baltimore 33
In North Baltimore, the game was tied 10-10 after the first quarter, but Riverdale outscored the Tigers, 19-7 in the second quarter on the way to the nonleague win.
Kiah Powell and Rachel Peters each had seven points for NB, now 0-2, while Powell and Lacey Trumbull each had nine rebounds.

PERRYSBURG 61, NORTHVIEW 53
PERRYSBURG
Sattler, 0-4-3—15; Hunter, 1-6—8; Moore, 1-2—4; Witt, 0-2—2; DeLong, 2-1-1—8; Baer, 2-2—6; Piezer, 2-0—4; Brown, 3-1-5—14; Stapleton, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 11-6-21—61.
NORTHVIEW
Fries, 2-1-0—7; Austin, 0-1-0—3; K. Cole, 0-0—0; Riggs, 0-0—0; Duwve, 0-0—0; McCoy, 2-3—7; M. Cole, 2-10—14; Jessing, 5-1-9—22. TOTALS: 11-3-22—53.
PERRYSBURG    13    18    16    14    —61
NORTHVIEW    12    17    12    12    —53
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 39-19.

ANTHONY WAYNE 57, BGHS 45
BGHS
Glandorff, 0-1-3—6; Smith, 7-0—14; Dill, 4-5—13; Williford, 4-4—12. TOTALS 15-1-12—45.
ANTHONY WAYNE
Bahr, 3-0—6; Allen, 2-0—4; Bonivel, 6-1-0—15; Bedard, 1-1-1—6; Burdo, 1-1-2—7; Kreig, 3-0—6; Zankl, 5-1-0—13. TOTALS: 21-4-3—57.
BGHS    15    6    10    14    —45
AW    12    17    16    12    —57
Junior varsity: AW, 45-30.

VAN BUREN 57, EASTWOOD 44
VAN BUREN
Wise, 4-2—10; Endicott, 2-0—4; Lasley, 1-1—3; Sturgill 4-1—9; Miller, 0-3-5—14; Hassan, 1-1-0—5; Elder, 4-4—12. TOTALS: 16-4-13—57.
EAStWOOD
Klink, 1-0—2; Albright, 5-2—12; Boice, 5-1-3—16; Jennings, 2-2—6; Lambing, 0-1—1; Peters, 1-0—2; Fix, 1-3—5. TOTALS: 15-1-11—44.
VAN BUREN    16    15    12    14    —57
EASTWOOD    6    8    13    17    —44
Junior varsity: not reported.

LAKE 49, SWANTON 45
SWANTON
Callicotte, 5-0—10; Knepley, 1-1—3; Cait, 1-1-0—5; Wheeler, 0-3-0—9; Christensen, 4-1-0—11; Ramlow, 2-1-0—7. TOTALS: 13-6-1—45.
LAKE
Taylor, 3-1-4—13; Brittenham, 0-1-0—3; Swartz, 1-0—2; Dabney, 2-0—4; Phalen, 0-2-2—8; Hansen, 0-2—2; Henneman, 0-4—4; Woodruff, 0-4-1—13. TOTALS: 6-8-13—49.
SWANTON    17    11    6    11    —45
LAKE    16    13    4    16    —49
Junior varsity: not reported.

EVERGREEN 56, OTSEGO 27
OTSEGO
Asmus, 2-0—4; Beach, 0-2—2; Hesselschwardt, 3-2—8; Donald, 0-1-0—3; Smoyer, 0-1—1; Forshey, 2-1-0—7; Varner, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 8-2-5—27.
EVERGREEN
R. Noe, 1-3-0—11; Fizel, 1-1—3; Tucker, 2-1—5; A. Noe, 1-0—2; Siefker, 3-0—6; K. Noe, 3-1—7; Maensot, 2-1-0—7; Mossing, 5-1—11; Fauble, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 20-4-4—56.
OTSEGO    11    10    4    2    —27
EVERGREEN    9    22    18    7    —56
Junior varsity: Evergreen won.

OTTAWA HILLS 69, ROSSFORD 61
OTTAWA HILLS
Billstein, 1-0—2; Michelle Healy, 0-1-1—4; Megan Healy, 2-2—6; Dewire, 7-6—20; Smith, 6-4—16; Berry, 1-1—3; VanSlooten, 7-4—18. TOTALS: 24-1-18—69.
ROSSFORD
Hotz, 3-2-4—16; York, 1-3—5; Jackson, 3-4—10; Davis, 2-1—5; Pietrasz, 1-0—2; Keller, 5-4—14; Clay, 1-1-3—8; Guzdowski, 0-1—1. TOTALS: 16-3-20—61.
OH    15    19    15    20    —60
ROSSFORD    10    14    13    24    —61
Junior varsity: Rossford won.

RIVERDALE 47, NORTH BALTIMORE 33
RIVERDALE
T. Wright, 0-1-0—3; Holderman, 4-2-2—16; Parish, 0-3—3; J. Wright, 2-2-5—15; Frey, 1-0—2; Walter, 1-2—4; Taylor, 1-0—2; Farmer, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 10-5-12—47.
NB
Davis, 1-1-0—5; Schloemp, 1-1-0—5; Fleckner, 1-0—2; Grilliot, 0-1—1; Trumbull, 0-3—3; Powell, 3-1—7; Ray, 1-0—2; Risler, 0-1—1; Peters, 2-3—7. TOTALS: 9-2-9—33.
RIVERDALE    10    19    11    7    —47
NB        10    7    6
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