|Prep Roundup: Perrysburg boys beat Ottawa-Glandorf 2-18-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Tuesday, 18 February 2014 10:40|
Perrysburg boys¬† beat Ottawa-Glandorf
Sixth-ranked Perrysburg improved to 18-3 overall Saturday with a 56-53 nonleague boys basketball win over Ottawa-Glandorf.
In other boys games, it was: Montpelier 51, Northwood 37.
In a Monday boys game, Lakota beat Arcadia, 71-63.
In girls games, it was: Maumee 58, Eastwood 38; Toledo Notre Dame 50, Perrysburg 35; and Patrick Henry 56, North Baltimore 42.
In Perrysburg, Nick Moschetti had 28 points for the Yellow Jackets.
The game was tied at 40 after three quarters.
O-G is 9-10.
North Baltimore 48,
In North Baltimore, the Tigers pulled away in the fourth quarter after holding a 28-26 lead after three periods.
Jacob Frost had 14 points and seven rebounds for NB (8-12), while Chad Wright added 11 points.
Montpelier 51, Northwood 37
In Northwood, Dillian Cathers had 16 points for Northwood (1-18).
Lakota 71, Arcadia 63
In Kansas, Colin Timmons led four Lakota players in double figures in the nonleague win.
Timmons finished with 22 points, Josk Kirkpatrick scored 18, Dakota Bowling added 13 points, and Hunter Chalfin contributed 11.
Lakota is 7-12 overall.
Patrick Henry 56, NB 42
In Hamler, Olivia Frost had 15 points and four steals, and Kiah Rowell added 14 points for NB (8-14).
Perrysburg 5, Maumee 2
In Sylvania, Alex Serrao had two goals and two assists as Perrysburg won a first-round game.
Nick Wismer, Robert Atkinson and Drew Nitschke had the other Perrysburg goals, and Sam Hooper made 48 saves.
The Yellow Jackets face ninth-ranked Bowling Green in the quarterfinals tonight at 8.
Eastwood girls second
In Napoleon, the Eastwood girls were second on Saturday with a 3,281 total to advance to the Division II district tournament.
The Rossford girls finished in eighth Saturday¬† at 2,905, and failed to advance. Lakota's girls team was seventh in the Port Clinton sectional and failed to advance.
Hailey Shafter was among the top 10 in the field to lead the Eagles finishing strong with 189 and 222 for a 520. Hope Murua added a 483; while Kat Przybylski totaled 481.
Kathleen Hermes was high for Rossford with 446.
Alaina Bickford led Lakota with a high game of 196 in her 474 series and missed advancing as one of the top four individuals from a non-advancing team by two pins. The Raiders totaled 2,872.
The Eastwood girls will bowl at Westland Lanes in Lima at noon on Saturday.
The top four girls teams will advance to the Division II state tournament Feb. 28 and March 1.
Junior high results
Fostoria beat Elmwood, 40-28.¬† Brock Reinhard, Austin Moses and Jonah Childress led Elmwood.
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