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Prep Roundup: Rossford girls down Fostoria (12-14-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 14 December 2013 02:04
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Lake's Catie Phalen (left) guards Elmwood's Marissa Swavel as she handles the ball during the varsity game Friday night. Elmwood posted a 62-44 win in the Northern Buckeye Conference game, but no other information was available on the game.(Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Rossford’s girls basketball team improved to 3-1 in the Northern Buckeye Conference Friday with a 45-37 win over Fostoria.
The Bulldogs held Fostoria to eight points in the third quarter to take a 34-30 lead. Fostoria held a 22-20 lead at the half.
Julie Hotz led Rossford (4-3 overall) with 13 points, nine rebounds and five steals, while Regan Clay chipped in 12 points and Margo Jackson had five assists.
Jada Hampton paced Fostoria (1-5, 0-4) with 15 points while Erica Moore added 11 points and three assists.
In other girls games, it was: Northview 45, Bowling Green 42; Perrysburg 82, Maumee 25; Elmwood 62, Lake 44; Genoa 74, Eastwood 37; Tiffin Calvert 61, North Baltimore 44; and Carey 74, Lakota 14.
In a boys game, it was: Cardinal Stritch 70, Northwood 22.

BASKETBALL
GIRLS
Northview 45, BGHS 42
In Sylvania, Bowling Green (4-3, 2-3) was tied 36-36 after three quarters, but was outscored 9-6 in the fourth to fall in a Northern Lakes League game.
Kendal Glandorff had 11 points for BG.
Northview is 5-2, 3-2.

Otsego 47, Woodmore 46
In Elmore, Otsego out-scored Woodmore 20-4 at the free-throw line in the NBC game.
Abby Hesselschwardt led Otsego (4-3, 2-2) with 19 points. Morgan Smoyer added 14 points and 16 rebounds.
Allie Wank scored 17 points for the Wildcats (3-5, 2-2).

Genoa 74, Eastwood 48
In Genoa, Eastwood (0-6, 0-4) trailed 45-22 at halftime en route to an NBC loss.
Eastwood’s Emily Hayward had 13 points, while Reagan Boice added 12 and Aubrey Peters chipped in with 10.
Genoa’s Ciarra Albright led all scorers with 26 points.
Genoa is (5-2, 3-1).

Carey 74, Lakota 14
In Carey, Lakota was just 7-of-23 from the floor, while Carey shot 29-of-54 — including 5-for-10 from beyond the arc in the Midland Athletic League game.
Bree Long-Meyer and Katie Park paced Lakota (1-6, 0-3) with four points apiece. Park also had team highs of four rebounds, three assists and three steals.

Tiffin Calvert 61,
North Baltimore 44
In Tiffin, North Baltimore trailed 34-17 at halftime and fell in the MAL matchup.
Olivia Frost had 20 points for NB (2-5, 0-2).
Tiffin Calvert is 2-0 in the MAL.

BOYS
Cardinal Stritch 70, Northwood 22
In Oregon, Jay Johnson had 14 points for Northwood, 0-4 overall and 0-3 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.
Stritch, 2-1 in the TAAC, was led by Austin Adams with 20 points.

GIRLS
PERRYSBURG 82, MAUMEE 25
MAUMEE
Green, 2-1-0—7; Stichler, 0-0—0; White, 2-0—4; Harris, 2-4—8; Chilupe, 0-0—0; Jefferson, 0-0—0; Smith, 0-0—0; Bailey, 0-0—0; Bergquist, 0-1—1; Krewson, 0-0—0; Higgins, 1-3—5. TOTALS: 7-1-8—25.
PERRYSBURG
Sattler, 1-2-0—8; Hunter, 3-2—8; Joldrichsen, 0-0—0; Moore, 0-2—2; E. Baer, 0-0—0; Witt, 0-4-0—12; DeLong, 4-2—10; S. Baer, 8-6—22; Piezer, 2-2—6; Brown, 3-1-2—11; Stapleton, 1-1—3. TOTALS: 22-7-17—82.
MAUMEE    5    6    3    11    —25
PERRYSBURG    27    15    27    13    —82
Junior varsity: Perrysburg, 32-17.

NORTHVIEW 45, BGHS 42
BGHS
Glandorff, 1-3-0—11; Smith, 3-3—9; Dill, 3-1—7; Morman, 0-1-4—7; Williford, 3-0—6; Maas, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 11-4-8—42.
NORTHVIEW
McCoy, 5-2-0—16; Jessing, 4-2—10; Cole, 0-1-7—10; Friese, 0-1-2—5; Edding, 1-0—2; Riggs, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 11-4-11—45.
BGHS    8    9    19    6    —42
NORTHVIEW    15    10    11    9    —45
Junior varsity: Northview, 55-41.

GENOA 74, EASTWOOD 48
EASTWOOD
Hayward, 6-1—13; Boice, 3-2-0—12; Peters, 4-2—10; Albright, 2-2—6; Fix, 1-2—4; Lambing, 1-0—2; Ameling, 0-1—1. TOTALS: 17-2-8—48.
GENOA
Albright, 10-6—26; Pickard, 8-1-1—20; Jensen, 1-3-0—11; Edwards, 2-1-0—7; Skilliter, 2-1—5; Gose, 0-1-0—3; Team, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 24-6-8—74.
EASTWOOD    13    9    13    13    —48
GENOA    24    21    19    10    —74
Junior varsity: not reported

ROSSFORD 45, FOSTORIA 37
FOSTORIA
Hampton, 2-3-2—15; Moore, 4-3—11; Valenci, 0-2-1—7; Settles, 2-0—4. TOTALS: 8-5-6—37.
ROSSFORD
Hotz, 4-1-2—13; Clay, 3-2-0—12; Keller, 3-2—8; York, 2-1—5; Jackson, 1-1—3; Davis, 1-0—2; Gozdowski, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 15-3-6—45.
ROSSFORD    13    7    14    11    —45
FOSTORIA    3    19    8    7    —37
Junior varsity: no game was played

OTSEGO 47, WOODMORE 46
OTSEGO
Asmus, 1-1-1—6; Wenig, 0-0—0; Hesselschwardt, 7-5—19; Donald, 1-1—3; Smoyer, 3-8—14; Forshey, 0-5—5; Beach, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 12-1-20—47.
WOODMORE
not available.
OTSEGO    12    15    10    10    —47
WOODMORE    11    12    13    10    —46
Junior varsity: Otsego won.

CAREY 74, LAKOTA 14
LAKOTA
Alloway, 1-0—2; Gangwer, 0-0—0; B. Long-Meyer, 2-0—4; D. Long-Meyer, 1-0—2; McDole, 0-0—0; Miller, 0-0—0; Mowry, 1-0—2; Park, 2-0—4; Paxson, 0-0—0; Reese, 0-0—0; Smith, 0-0—0. TOTALS: 7-0—14.
CAREY
Allison, 0-0—0; Bash, 0-0—0; Draper, 5-1—11; Hall, 1-2—4; Hoepf, 1-1—3; Johnson, 3-1-3—12; Kin, 1-0—2; Putnam, 1-0—2; Rymer, 7-2—16; G. Wentling, 0-2-0—6; M. Wentling, 1-0—2; S. Wentling, 3-2-2—14; Worst, 1-0—2. TOTALS: 24-5-11—74.
LAKOTA    6    2    6    0    —14
CAREY    18    25    21    10    —74
Junior varsity: Carey, 44-8.

TIFFIN CALVERT 61, NORTH BALTIMORE 44
NORTH BALTIMORE
Frost, 6-2-2—20; Powell, 1-4—6; Peters, 2-1—5; Ray, 1-3—5; Davis, 1-0—2; Trumbull, 1-0—2; Rister, 1-0—2; Team, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 13-2-12—44.
TIFFIN CALVERT
Brickner, 2-3-9—22; Ritzler, 2-2-2—12; N. Bickley, 4-1—9; L. Bickley, 2-1-1—8; Kontak, 2-0—4; Beckley, 2-0—4; Bowers, 0-2—2. TOTALS: 14-6-15—61.
NB    7    10    12    15    —44
CALVERT    15    19    8    19    —61
Junior varsity: not reported
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