Prep Roundup ; Southview girls rally past BG (1-19-11)

Bowling Green’s Alyssa
Kopp fights for the ball against Southview. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)

Taylor Hall, Lexi Lopez and Morgan Morrison combined for 53 points Tuesday to help Southview’s girls
rally for a 59-50 victory over Bowling Green in a Northern Lakes League game.
BG held a 16-9 lead after one quarter and still led 39-38 going into the final period. PHOTO GALLERY

In other
NLL girls games, it was: Perrysburg 61, Springfield 20; Northview 39, Rossford 32; and Anthony Wayne 49,
Maumee 35.
In Suburban Lakes League boys games, it was: Lake 73, Eastwood 65; Woodmore 51, Elmwood 49; and Genoa 47,
Gibsonburg 45.
In non-league boys games, it was: Evergreen 58, Otsego 41; and Old Fort 70, Northwood 53.
Southview 59, BGHS 50
Hall scored 24 points, Lopez added 16 and Morrison had 13 as Southview improved to 6-3 overall and 3-2 in
the NLL.
The Cougars made 10 3-pointers in the game.
Hayley Williford led BG (8-4, 2-4) with 24 points.
Perrysburg 61, Springfield 20
In Perrysburg, Kelsea Newman had 15 points and five blocked shots to help Perrysburg improve to 9-1, 5-1.

Also for the Yellow Jackets, Kayla VanderVlucht had 11 points and seven rebounds, Kendall Tudor scored 11
points, and Becca Tudor had 10 points and five steals.
Perrysburg limited Springfield to just one point in the second quarter, turning a 7-6 lead after one
quarter into a 30-7 lead at the half.
Springfield is 3-7, 1-5.
Northview 39, Rossford 32
In Rossford, Northview overcame a 24-23 deficit in the fourth quarter and made 18-of-27 throws to remain
undefeated in the NLL.
Miriam Justinger had 15 points for Northview (9-2, 6-0).
Courtney Trenchik scored 15 points for Rossford (5-7, 2-4).The Bulldogs were 5-of-8 from the free-throw
Anthony Wayne 49, Maumee 35
In Whitehouse, AW rallied from a 25-20 halftime deficit to improve to 7-3, 4-2.
Maumee is 2-9, 0-5.
Lake 73, Eastwood 65
At Owens Community College, Josh Tantari had 18 points and 10 rebounds as Lake built a 51-44 lead over
the first three quarters.
Dylan Hirzel added 13 points and Kurt McKee had 12 for Lake (7-5, 3-2). Marcus Pierce also had 10
rebounds for Lake.
Eastwood also had three players in double figures — Justin Faykosh with 16, Jake Faykosh with 13 and Cody
Jennings with 12. The Eagles are 2-7, 2-3.
Genoa 47, Gibsonburg 45
In Gibsonburg, Stephen Clark had 13 points, and Joey Newland and Cole Welsh both added 10 as Genoa won
its first SLL game of the season.
The Comets are 4-5, 1-4.
Logan Jones and Gage Beaber both had 14 points for Gibsonburg (4-6, 2-3).
Gibsonburg held a 12-5 lead after one quarter and still held a 21-18 lead at the half, but Genoa rallied
to take a 31-26 lead into the final period.
Evergreen 58, Otsego 41
In Metamora, Lucas Pennington and Tyler Good each scored 20 points as Evergreen improved to 6-3.
Otsego (3-7) received 12 points each from Tommy Rodgers and A.C. Limes.
Old Fort 70, Northwood 53
In Old Fort, Roman Ream scored 25 points and Dalton Perry added 20 as the Stockaders pulled away in the
fourth quarter.
OF, which led 44-43 after three quarters, is 4-7. Northwood held a 27-22 lead at the half.
Ricky Hartley led Northwood (3-8) with 17 points and David Green added 15.
The Northern Lakes League and other schools swim meet was Saturday at Bowling Green State University’s
Cooper Pool.
Bowling Green High School’s results were published in Tuesday’s Sentinel-Tribune.
Other individual winners in the meet from county high schools were:
Boys, Eastwood, Nathan Decker, 200 individual medley (2:08.59) and 500 freestyle (5:06.40) and Devon
Keiser, 100 backstroke (1:03.12); Lake, Hunter Bell, 50 freestyle (24.85) and 100 freestyle (54.47); and

Girls, Eastwood, Tori Nabors, 50 freestyle (29.06) and 500 freestyle (5:49.01); Elmwood, Savannah Baker,
100 butterfly (1:10.78); Lake, Adriana Cannon, 100 freestyle (1:00.20); Perrysburg, Karissa Gordon, 100
butterfly (1:03.17); and Shannon Hambro, 100 breast stroke (1:14.00).
The additional results were reported past Tuesday’s deadline
Junior high results
Bowling Green finished 11th out of 20 teams at the Mason Invitational in Fostoria. Placing for the
Bobcats were: Andrew Jewell, third; Mitch Cromley, fourth; and Tyler Duron, sixth. Also recording
victories for BG were: Dakotah Burch, Zach Keller, Nathan Neal, Brock Gorris, Kaleb O’Brien, Nathan
Spencer, and Manny Carrillo.

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