Jackson, Freyman lead Bobcats over Blue Devils


Ten different Bobcats got into the scoring column as Bowling Green routed visiting Springfield 67-36
Friday in Northern Lakes League basketball.
For the Bobcats, Ryan Jackson and Brayden Freyman scored 12 points each, Brock Hastings scored nine
points and Jabari Conway had eight points.
Isaiah Cook, Evan Brandt and Jack Suelzer scored six apiece, Nate Kress scored four points, and Zach
Furnas and Jake Amspoker added two points each.
Antonio Overton Jr. led Springfield with seven points, Jordan Combs scored six points, Eddie Merrell Jr.
had five points and Will Mays scored four points.
Marcel Pringle Jr. scored three points, Aaron Adams, LeMarr Isaac Jr., and Zack Andrejan scored two
points each and Payton Sund added one point for the Blue Devils.
BG is 8-6 overall and 3-4 in the NLL while Springfield falls to 3-6 and 0-5.
MILLBURY — Rossford bolted to a 38-12 halftime lead and then cruised to a 79-57 Northern Buckeye
Conference victory over Lake on Friday.
The Bulldogs improve to 10-4 overall and 7-1 in the NBC, while Lake falls to 5-9 and 3-5.
Derek Vorst led Rossford with 17 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, and he blocked three shots. Ben
Morrison had 14 points and two assists for the Bulldogs.
Jake Morrison also had a double-double 13 points, 10 rebounds, and two assists, and Brenden Revels had 11
points, four rebounds and two assists for the ‘Dogs.
The Bulldogs shot 49% (27-for-55) from the floor, 30% (7-for-23) from long range and made 18 of 24 free
throws (75%).
Garrette Murphree had nine points and three assists, Jerimiah McIlroy scored nine points, Brandon Swope
had three points and six rebounds and Dylan McCann scored three points for Rossford.
The Flyers were 20-for-55 from the field (36%), 8-for-22 from three-point territory and made 9-of-13 free
throws. Rossford outrebounded Lake 29-23.
Cam Hoffman led Lake with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and two assists, Matt Perry had 11 points and seven
rebounds, and Severie Proffitt scored 10 points.
Richie Hayward scored eight points, Chase Osborn scored four points, Caleb Tobias had three points, and
David Parsons added two points for the Flyers.
PERRYSBURG — The Perrysburg girls basketball team fell to the defending Division II state champions,
Napoleon, 46-34, in a Northern Lakes League tilt Friday.
Emma Pedroza led Napoleon with 14 points, Sophie Chipps and Ella Rausch scored seven each, Makayla Kruse
scored six, and Vivienne Macheck, Ella Tassler and Olivia Bump scored four apiece.
Katie Sims led the Yellow Jackets with 14 points, Wrigley Takats scored eight, Megan Gibbs scored seven,
Chloe Kilbride scored three, and Ayla Turk added two points.
Napoleon is 13-3 overall and 8-2 in the NLL, Perrysburg is 8-8 and 5-5.
PERRYSBURG — Matt Watkins scored 20 points to lead Perrysburg to a 63-57 Northern Lakes League boys
basketball win over Napoleon Friday.
Perrysburg took a 20-10 first quarter lead, and Watkins scored 12 points, including two three-point
goals, in the first half to get the Yellow Jackets rolling.
Kannon Klusmeyer scored 17, Joe Bohman scored 12, Luke Manges scored 10, and Austin Shultz had four
points for Perrysburg.
For the Wildcats, Joshua Mack scored 19, Blake Wolf scored 17, Tanner Rubinstein scored eight, Caden
Kruse scored six, Clayton Behfeldt had three points, and Andrew Williams and Trey Rubinstein added two
points each.
Perrysburg is 12-2 overall and 6-1 in the NLL, while Napoleon is 9-4 and 4-3.
ROSSFORD — Rossford led by just 5-4 after one quarter but scored 24 points in the second and 23 in the
fourth to pull away from Wauseon, 64-53, at George Wolfe Field House Saturday.
Rossford improves to 11-4 and Wauseon falls to 8-7.
Jake Morrison made 5-of-10 shots from beyond the arc and was 6-for-6 from the free throw line to lead the
Bulldogs with 21 points. He also had seven rebounds and two assists.
Brenden Revels had 12 points, four rebounds and six assists, Ben Morrison had 10 points and two assists,
and Derek Vorst had 10 points, eight rebounds and blocked two shots for the Bulldogs.
Garrette Murphree scored nine points on three treys and Jerimiah McIlroy added two points for Rossford.

The Bulldogs shot 45% (22-for-49) from the field, were 10-for-28 from beyond the arc (36%) and were
perfect at the line, making 10-of-10 free throws.
The game had just 15 turnovers — seven by Rossford and eight by Wauseon, but the Bulldogs had 10 treys to
the Indians’ two, and outrebounded the Indians 29-27, producing five more second chance points.
For Wauseon, Landon Hines had 21 points and eight rebounds, Jonas Tester had 15 points and two steals
before fouling out, and Jude Armstrong had five points and four rebounds.
Carson Burt and Tyson Rodriguez scored three points each and Jack Leatherman, Krue Powers and Matt Shaw
contributed two points each for Wauseon.
The Indians were 23-for-52 from the field (44%), 2-for-13 in three-point shots and made 5-of-9 free
BLOOMDALE—Elmwood senior Brooklyn Thrash had 31 points, nine rebounds, five steals, and three assists in
leading the Royals to a 69-48 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Fostoria Saturday.
Elmwood improves to 15-2 overall and 9-2 in the NBC, while Fostoria falls to 4-8 and 2-5.
The Royals, which led 36-12 at halftime, also got 17 points and four steals from Cara Frank, and Anna
Barber had nine points and nine rebounds.
Aubrey Johnson had eight points and three assists and Anna Meyer and Kate Keiffer scored two points each
for Elmwood.
Lyrique Johnson led Fostoria with 15 points, Alycia Middlebrooks and Jasmine Groves scored nine apiece
and Garyana Overton added six points.
Alyssa Durst scored four points, Brooklyn Holman and Jenna Johnson scored two points apiece and Christina
Maurer added one point for the Redmen.
PEMBERVILLE—Aubrey Haas scored 14 points as Eastwood held off Rossford in Northern Buckeye Conference
basketball Saturday, 55-49.
Kayla Buehler and Paige Rost scored 12 apiece for the Eagles, who led by only two, 23-21, at halftime,
but outscored the Bulldogs 18-11 in the third quarter.
Eastwood improves to 11-2 overall and 7-2 in the NBC while Rossford falls to 3-13 and 2-9.
Eastwood shot 33% (16-for-49) from the field, including 6-for-19 from three-point territory and the
Eagles made 17-of-21 free throws, including 8-for-13 in the fourth quarter.
Amelia Ward had 11 points for the Eagles, Kaitlyn Luidhardt scored five points and Kendall Gedert scored
one point. Eastwood 6-foot-3 center Brenna Moenter was not in the lineup.
Gabrielle Boyd led Rossford with 14 points, Kierston Johnson scored 13, Katie Glowacki scored 11, Clare
Logan had six points, Mia DeBortoli scored three, and Scarlett Williams had two points.
The Bulldogs shot 42% (18-for-43) from the field, including hitting on 5-of-16 three-point shots and made
8-of-17 free throws.
TONTOGANY — Lake girls basketball maintained first place in the Northern Buckeye Conference with a 62-16
rout over Otsego Saturday.
The Flyers are 12-3 overall and 9-1 in the NBC, while Otsego has not won in 15 games, including 10 league
Delani Robinson scored 14 points to lead the Flyers, Vayda Delventhal and Brigid Enright scored nine
points each, Taryn DeWese scored eight points, and Jessie Materni scored six points.
Kelsie Gladieux and Elise Staczek scored five points apiece, Sydney Stanley scored four points, and Abbie
Rymers added two points for the Flyers.
Lauren Hillesheim and Nataleigh Hartman scored six apiece for the Knights and Morgan Hillesheim and Sam
Lehr added two points each.
NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore (11-6) opened on a 23-2 run and cruised to a 48-17 girls basketball
non-league win over Cardinal Stritch Saturday.
Grace Hagemeyer led NB with 15 points and five rebounds, Hailey Lennard and Gabby Estrada scored eight
points apiece and Lucy Trout had four points and seven rebounds.
Emma Cotterman had five points and three steals, Kenadi Lennard scored three points and Lydia Feehan had
two points, three steals and four assists for the Tigers.
Leia Thomas had two points and three assists and Halie Inbody added one point for the Tigers.
The Tigers outrebounded the Cardinals, 25-13, and had 13 turnovers to the Cardinals’ 22.
NB made 12-of-28 shots (43%) inside the arc, was 6-for-11 (55%) outside the arc and made 6-of-9 free
throws (67%).
Stritch was 6-for-21 (29%) inside the arc, made one of 16 three-point attempts, and was 2-for-6 from the
charity stripe.
For Stritch, Keera Garmon and Analise Quiroga scored five points each, Asia Brown scored four points,
Linnea Hughes had two points and Emi Castillo added one point.


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