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Prep Roundup: Williford leads BG girls past Otsego (1-13-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 13 January 2014 09:53
Hanna Williford scored 22 points to lead Bowling Green's girls to a 63-40 nonleague win over Otsego, pushing BG's record to 8-6 overall.
In other girls games it was: Eastwood 56, Fostoria 52; McComb 65, North Baltimore 32; Ottawa Hills 55, Northwood 16.
In boys games it was: Napoleon 41, Bowling Green 40; Eastwood 47, Oak Harbor 29; Van Buren 67, Elmwood 29; North Baltimore 68, Hardin-Northern 55; and Emmanuel Christian 49, Northwood 18.

BASKETBALL BOYS

Eastwood 47, Oak Harbor 29

In Oak Harbor, Eastwood ballooned a 16-6 halftime lead to 36-14 by the end of the third quarter.
Jake Schmeltz led Eastwood (6-4) with 19 points in the nonleague win.
Grant Peters added 10 points for the Eagles.
The Rockets are 3-9.

Van Buren 67, Elmwood 29

In Van Buren, Jarrett Childress led Elmwood (1-8) with nine points a nonleague game.

Lake 55, Swanton 47

In Millbury, Lake used a 35-23 advantage in the second half to overcome a 24-20 halftime deficit.
Connor Bowen scored nine of his game-high 28 points in the fourth quarter, leading Lake (11-0) in the nonleague win.

North Baltimore 68, Hardin-Northern 55

In North Baltimore, Jacob Frost scored 22 points and Chad Wright added 19 as the Tigers picked up the nonleague win.
The Tigers, 6-7, held a 34-22 lead at halftime.
Wright also had 12 rebounds.

Emmanuel Christian 49, Northwood 18

In Toledo, Cathers led Northwood (0-9, 0-6) with seven points in a Toledo Area Athletic Conference game.

GIRLS

BGHS 63, Otsego 40

In Tontogany, BG out-scored Otsego 35-19 in the second half to pick up the win.
Kendal Glandorff added 12 points for the Bobcats.
Kim Forshey and Abby Hesselschwardt scored 15 and 10 points, respectively, for Otsego (5-6).

Eastwood 56,  Fostoria 52

In Luckey, Reagan Boice's 21 points helped Eastwood to its first Northern Buckeye Conference win of the season.
The Eagles (2-10, 1-6) out-scored Fostoria 20-6 in the second quarter to gain a 30-22 halftime lead.
Kara Ameling and Emily Hayward each added 11 points for Eastwood.

McComb 65, North Baltimore 32

In McComb, Olivia Frost led NB (5-8) with 12 points.

Ottawa Hills 55,  Northwood 16

In Ottawa Hills, the Green Bears improved to 5-1 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.
Northwood fell to 1-9 overall and 1-5 in the TAAC.

HOCKEY

St. Francis 4, BGHS 2

In the Ice Arena Sunday, St. Francis built a 3-0 lead during the first 17 minutes en route to a Northwest Hockey Conference Red Division win.
Connor Senn and Jeremy Chambers scored for BG, and Tanner Fausnaugh stopped 22 shots.
BG is 10-7-1 overall and 1-3 in the NHC. St. Francis is 4-2 in the NHC.

BOWLING BOYS

Rossford wins
Rossford beat Gibsonburg, 2,659-2,382.
Brennan Reynolds bowled a 405 series and a 214 game while Stephen Hernandez bowled a 204 and Karl Hermes had a 200 for the Bulldogs.
Rossford is 8-2 overall and 6-2 in league play.

GIRLS

Rossford wins

Rossford beat Gibsonburg, 2,238-1,943.
Taylor Moore led Rossford with a 354 series, including a 180.
Rossford is 4-6 overall and 4-4 in the league.

WRESTLING

Gibsonburg 33,
Elmwood 30
Elmwood 45,
North Baltimore 18

Rossford places sixth

Rossford placed sixth with 185.5 points in the Spartan Invitational.
Tippecanoe won the 17-team event with 236.5 points.
Rossford's leaders were: Christopher Ball (126), 4-0; Christian Goldsmth (120), 4-1; Tanner Krotzer (106), 3-2; Jacob Burlage (132), 3-2; and Dallas Johnson (152), 3-2.
Ball finished first while Krotzer, Goldsmith, and Burlage were all third.

Lakota finishes third

Lakota had three wrestlers go unbeaten in the Gene Kimmet Memorial Invitational, earning the Raiders 224 points and third place.
Celina won the 11-team tournament with 335 points.
Levi Beckford placed first in the 113-pound class going 4-0. Jordan Jaso captured the 145-pound championship at 5-0, while Madison Jaso won the 160-pound class going 5-0.

Junior high results

EIGHTH GRADE
BASKETBALL
BOYS
Elmwood beat Woodmore, 26-22. Leaders for the Royals were Zach Weiss, Jonah Childress and Brock Reinhard.
 

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