Prep roundup; Eastwood, Otsego boys post wins (2-18-14)


Eastwood and Otsego recorded nonleague boys victories Tuesday.
The Eagles used free throws to beat Toledo Christian, 56-49 and Otsego had two players combine for 54
points in a 68-58 win over Delta,.
In another boys nonleague game, Old Fort beat Northwood, 73-43.
In girls sectional play it was: Bowling Green 65, Eastwood 32 in Division II; Bluffton 51, Elmwood 45,
Swanton 53, Otsego 27, and Evergreen 74, Northwood 25 in Division III; and Miller City 44, North
Baltimore 43 in Division IV.
Evergreen 74, Northwood 25
In Millbury, Evergreen scored 42 points in the first half.
Northwood finished 5-18.
Swanton 53, Otsego 27
In Millbury, Otsego’s Madeline Asmus scored 10 points.
Otsego finished 10-13.
Bluffton 51, Elmwood 45
In Riverdale, Bluffton led 29-21 at the half and held on for the win.
Kristen Curtis scored 20 points for the Royals, who finish 16-6.
Miller City 44,
North Baltimore 43
In Ottawa, Miller City outscored North Baltimore, 19-13 in the final quarter to secure the one-point win.

Kiah Powell scored 14 points and had 13 rebounds, and Rachel Peters added 13 points for the Tigers, who
finished 8-14.
Eastwood 56,
Toledo Christian 49
In Luckey, Eastwood went 18-of-25 from the free-throw line on its way to a nonleague win over Toledo
TC made only four three throws.
Grant Peters led the Eagles, now 15-5 overall, with 16 points and Jake Schmeltz scored 11.
Kyle Kempton scored a game-high 19 points for Toledo Christian.
Otsego 68, Delta 58
In Delta, Jalen Myers and Schyler Scherff combined for 54 points to lead Otsego past Delta in a nonleague
Myers finished with 32 points and nine rebounds, and Scherff scored 22 points.
Delta, now 11-8 overall, made 24 2-point field goals, but the Knights, 9-12, outscored the Panthers 21-6
from the 3-point arc, and 15-4 from the free-throw line.
Old Fort 73, Northwood 43
In Northwood, Dillon Cathers collected 13 points and Jacob Vickers scored 12 in a non-league game.
Northwood is 1-20 and 0-13 in the TAAC,

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