Allex Brown had 13 points and 14 rebounds as Perrysburg’s girls picked up a 49-34 nonconference win over
Evergreen Saturday night.
The Yellow Jackets (4-3) built a 10-2 lead after the first quarter and extended that lead with a 16-8
advantage in the third.
Lindy DeLong added 10 points for Perrysburg.
In Jerry City, Elmwood outscored Hopewell in each quarter to beat the Chieftains in a nonconference game.
Madison Sears led the Royals with a game-high 29 points, while Samantha Ervin added 14.
Elmwood is 5-3 overall.
Eastwood 50, Lakota 40
In Luckey, Eastwood took a 23-10 lead into the half en route to its first win of the season.
Kara Ameling led the Eagles with 13 points. Mackenzie Albright added 12 and Krista Jennings added 11.
Eastwood is 1-5 overall.
Lake 62, Maumee 47
In Millbury, Lake defeated Maumee in the championship game of the Lake Holiday Tournament.
Connor Bowen led the Flyers with 25 points including nine of Lake’s 10 made free throws, while Jacob and
Jared Rettig added 14 and 11 points respectively.
Lake is 5-0 overall, while Maumee is 1-6.
Perrysburg 46, Bedford 34
In Bedford, Perrysburg held a 22-13 lead at halftime and followed it up with a 3-point advantage in the
second half to beat Bedford.
Trevor Hafner led the Yellow Jackets with 14 points while Zach Schrock added 10.
Perrysburg is 5-2 overall.
Gibsonburg 63, Otsego 35
In Gibsonburg, Otsego was out-scored 22-9 in the second half of a nonleague loss.
Josh Horseman led the Knights (2-5) with 18 points.
Gibsonburg is 6-0.
Rossford 55, Swanton 40
In Rossford, the Bulldogs ended the game with a 31-19 second half to defeat Swanton.
Three players finished in double figures for Rossford including Ryan Niese and Ben Sauter with 12 points
each, and Cota Sinclair with 11.
Ben Sauter shot 4-for-5 from the field including 3-of-4 from deep to help lead the Bulldogs.
Rossford is 5-1 overall.
Elmwood won the Genoa North Coast Duals, going 5-0 on Saturday.
The Royals beat Cleveland Heights (75-6), Youngstown Liberty (46-27), Bay Village (44-21), Lakota
(64-12), and Genoa (42-33) in the finals.
Zachary Baker, Bandon Pennington, Devin Uzelac, Jace Grossman, Dylan Hall and Dylan Benschoter all went
Elmwood is 10-4 in duals.