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Prep Roundup: Perrysburg, BG girls record victories (12-11-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 December 2013 10:31
Perrysburg's and Bowling Green's girls won in Northern Lakes League play Tuesday night.
Perrysburg was a 42-30 winner over Napoleon, while the Bobcats defeated Springfield 70-54.
In other girls games, it was: Otsego 77, Eastwood 35; Woodmore 57, Rossford 39. Elmwood 54, Fostoria 40; New Riegel 60, Lakota 23; and North Baltimore 48, Hardin-Northern 40
In boys games, it was: Lakota 105, Bettsville 24; and Maumee Valley Country Day 67, Northwood 15.

BASKETBALL
GIRLS
Perrysburg 42, Napoleon 30
In Napoleon, Perrysburg improved to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the NLL as Sarah Baer led scored 13 points.
Allex Brown added 10 points for Perrysburg.
BGHS 70, Springfield 54
Hannah Williford scored 20 points, while Livvy Dill scored 20 points and collected 10 rebounds, helping the Bobcats improve to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the NLL.
Tyanna Smith added 13 points for BG. Natalie Yoder led Springfield (2-6, 0-4) with 27 points.

Elmwood 54, Fostoria 40
In Jerry City, Kristen Curtis scored 25 points and snagged 10 rebounds in the Northern Buckeye Conference win.
Sam Ervin added 10 points for the Royals.

Otsego 77, Eastwood 32
In Tontogany, Abby Hesselschwardt and Lindsay Donald scored 21 and 16 points, respectively, leading Otsego to the NBC win.
Reagan Boice led Eastwood with 12 points.

Woodmore 57, Rossford 39
In Elmore, Woodmore took command early, leading 29-14 at halftime of the NBC game.
Cheyenne Davis led Rossford with 12 points.

New Riegel 60, Lakota 23
In New Riegel, the Blue Jackets took a 39-10 lead at the half in a  Midland Athletic League contest.

North Baltimore 48,
Hardin Northern 40
In North Baltimore, Kiah Powell's 20 points led the Tigers to the nonleague win.
The Tigers out-scored Hardin 18-2 in the second quarter, overcoming a 9-4 first-quarter deficit.

BOYS
Maumee Valley 67,
Northwood 15
In Maumee, Northwood trailed 31-10 at halftime in a  Toledo Area Athletic Conference contest.

Lakota 105, Bettsville 24
In Kansas, Lakota led the nonleague contest 37-3 after the first quarter.
Dean Ball scored 24 points for the Raiders, while Kyle Below and Casey Monroe each scored 10.

WRESTLING
Elmwood wins twice
In Rossford, Elmwood won twice to improve to 5-2 overall in NBC action.
The Royals were 35-25 winners over Eastwood and 52-24 winners over Lake
Eastwood and Rossford both were 1-1.
Eastwood was a 40-39 winner over Rossford. Rossford posted a 51-28 win over Lake.
Winning twice for Elmwood were: Brik Dauterman (138), Noah Baker (160), Jacob Wise (170), Luke Hagemyer (182), Zach Baker (220) and Jack Hagemyer (285).
On Friday and Saturday, Rossford won its division in the Springfield Tournament with a 4-3 record.

BOWLING
BOYS
Rossford wins
At Cedar Lanes in Sandusky, Rossford was a 2,938-2,811 winner over Sandusky.
Rossford's Karl Hermes had a 267 game and a 469 total, while Jacob Hahn had a 226 game and Stephen Hernandez had a 200 game.
Rossford is 3-1 overall and 1-1 in the Northern Ohio Buckeye Conference.

GIRLS
Rossford loses
At Cedar Lanes in Sandusky, Sandusky was a 2,2832-2,212 winner over Rossford.
Rossford's Kathleen Hermes had a 159 game and a 254 total.

Junior varsity results
BOWLING
BOYS
Rossford beat Sandusky, 2,128-1,664. Rossford's TJ Desmond had a 211 game and a 369 series.
BOYS BASKETBALL
SEVENTH GRADE
Bowling Green is 3-2 overall after beating Maumee Gateway, 38-30. Isaac Elsasser scored 15 points and Tucker Craft added 11 for the Bobcats.
EIGHTH GRADE
Maumee Gateway beat Bowling Green, 51-34. Spencer Rader scored 20 points for the Bobcats, now 2-5 overall.
 

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