Prep Roundup: Bobcats win NLL opener

MAUMEE — Bowling Green girls basketball opened Northern Lakes League play by defeating Maumee, 42-25, Tuesday.

Ashley Knowlton, Lola Thompson and Macyn Dean-Scheele led the Bobcats with nine points apiece. The Bobcats opened a 14-4 first quarter lead and never looked back.

Allison Fry scored eight points, Jamie Sayen scored four, London Thompson had two points and Shayle Greiner added one point for the Bobcats.

For Maumee, Beverly O’Neill scored 11, Lucy Porter scored eight points, Charley Bischoff scored four and Evelynn Schneider added two points.

Swanton 52, Lake 48

SWANTON — Lake took a 38-35 lead into the fourth quarter, but Swanton outscored the Flyers 17-10 in the fourth to pull away for a 52-48 non-league girls basketball victory Tuesday. The Flyers fall to 0-2.

Elena Longoria led Lake with 17 points, including three goals from behind the three-point arc. Elise Staczek scored 10 points, including making 6-of-10 free throws.

Sydney Stanley scored nine points, Mary Enright scored seven and Kyleigh Christ added five points for the Flyers.

The Flyers had 26 turnovers, five three-point goals, and were 15-for-22 from the charity stripe. Swanton had two treys and were 18-of-32 from the line.

Emma Crow led Swanton with 15 points and Alaina Pellard scored 12, including hitting 8-of-12 free throw attempts.

Olivia Goring scored eight, Katie Floyd scored four, Miranda Yeager, Reighton Manning and Allison Fagerman scored three apiece and Jessica Finfern and Sammi Nelson added two points each.

Arcadia 48, Elmwood 27

BLOOMDALE — Arcadia opened an 18-5 first quarter lead and cruised to a 48-27 non-league girls basketball win at Elmwood Tuesday.

Addy Colman led Arcadia with 12 points and London Karrick scored 11.

Cara Frank had a game-high 22 points and nine rebounds to lead Elmwood, Anna Meyer and Ashley Johnson scored two points apiece and Kate Keiffer added one point.

The Royals were 10-for-23 from inside the arc, 0-for-10 from outside the arc, and made 11-of-12 free throws. They had seven turnovers, and Frank and Meyer led the Royals defensively with three steals apiece.

Ava Courtney scored eight, Emily Rank scored six, Lili Mundy scored five, Jade Johnson scored four, and Courtney Burnett added two points for Arcadia.

Bowling Green 1, Bullis Prep 1

At Bowling Green State University’s Slater Family Ice Arena Tuesday, BG outshot Bullis Prep (Maryland), 20-13, but the game finished in a 1-1 tie. BG is 2-1-1 on the season.

Forward Cooper Feehan scored BG’s goal just two minutes and 57 seconds after the opening faceoff, assisted by forward Drake Joseph and defenseman Casey Moore.

BG coach Connor Rogowski and Bullis coach Matt Revkin are associates with USA Hockey, so Rogowski helped Revkin arrange for the team’s trip to Ohio.

Bullis won the first game against the Bobcats Monday, 4-2, and Revkins’ team will continue to face other Ohio teams this week before heading back to Maryland.