Prep Roundup: Boos scores 19 to lead Eagles past Flyers

MILLBURY — Eastwood got three players into double figures while defeating Lake, 62-34, in both teams’ Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball season opener Tuesday.

It was Eastwood’s first game while Lake remains winless in two games.

Case Boos led Eastwood with 19 points, Noah Smith had 14 and Brady Weaver scored 12 to lead the Eagles.

Eastwood made seven three-point goals, including three by Smith and two apiece by Boos and Kadyn Donnell, accounting for all six of his points.

Tristan Schuerman scored four, Caleb Souder scored three, and Dayquan Oliver and Andrew Badenhop added two points each for the Eagles.

Eastwood led 31-15 at halftime and expanded that to 48-27 entering the final stanza.

Caleb Tobias led Lake with 12 points, Dylan Wiley scored eight, and David Parsons and Jack Caughorn scored four apiece.

Matt Perry, Myles Lowe and Severio Proffitt added two points each for the Flyers.

Rossford 51, Fostoria 20

ROSSFORD — Jake Morrison scored 20 points, hitting 8-of-18 shots from the field, including two three-point goals, in leading Rossford to a 51-20 Northern Buckeye Conference victory over Fostoria at George Wolfe Field House Tuesday.

Morrison completed his double-double with 10 rebounds, including six off the offensive glass, plus he had four assists.

Derek Vorst had 13 points, eight rebounds and blocked two shots for the Bulldogs, which led 22-10 at halftime and outscored the Redmen 9-2 in the third and 20-8 in the fourth quarter.

Garritt Murphree scored nine points and had four rebounds, Brandon Swope had six points and four rebounds, Xavier Kellermeier scored two points, and Brenden Revels had one points and four steals for the Bulldogs.

Rossford was 21-for-55 (38%) from the field, 5-for-25 from beyond the arc (20%) and made 4-of-7 (57%) free throws. The Bulldogs outrebounded the Redmen, 34-24, and forced 18 turnovers while committing just six.

Jordan Ferguson led Fostoria with seven points and 10 rebounds, Machi Johnson had five points and four rebounds, Ryan O’Neal scored five points, and Jayceon Tucker had three points.

Both teams are 1-1, and it was the conference opener for both teams.

Wapakoneta 48, Bowling Green 43

WAPAKONETA — Despite Bowling Green getting three players in double figures, the Bobcats fell in their season opener to host Wapakoneta, 48-43.

The Bobcats fell behind 25-14 at halftime, but mounted a comeback, outscoring the Redskins 15-8 in the third quarter. They fell short in the fourth as Wapakoneta made 21-of-34 free throws.

For BG, Jabari Conway scored 14, Brock Hastings scored 11 and Jake Amspoker scored 10. Reece Rath scored five points, Ahmir Ruffin scored two points and A.J. Clemens added one point.

For Wapakoneta, which improved to 1-1, Zac Niekamp scored 15, Cash Schadl scored 13 and Jackson Courter scored 12.

The Redskins made just 11 field goals, including five three-point shots. The Bobcats had 15 field goals and were 9-for-13 from the field.

Arcadia 56, Lakota 36

ARCADIA — Hunter Philipot scored 21 points, including hitting on three shots from beyond the arc, to lead Arcadia to a 56-36 non-league victory over Lakota Tuesday in boys basketball.

Isaac Stover hit four treys, including three in the first quarter, in scoring an additional 18 points for Arcadia.

Arcadia improves to 1-1 while Lakota is winless in its first two games.

For Lakota, Collin Zender scored nine points and Zane Frey-Quick, Jacob Stuller and Alex Holman scored six apiece.

Mitchell Rosser scored four points, Carson Hill and Drew Matz scored two points apiece and Alex McGinnis added one point for the Raiders.

Koen Harris scored seven points, Owen Rader scored six points, and Creed Kemenaugh and Blayne Colman added two points each for Arcadia.

Sylvania Southview 51, Bowling Green 30

Paige Brown scored 17 points, Kayla Johnson scored 11, and Lacie Filas scored 10 to lead visiting Southview to a 51-30 victory over Bowling Green in both girls basketball teams’ Northern Lakes League opener Tuesday.

For BG, Jamie Sayen scored 12, and Macyn Dean-Scheele and Lola Thompson scored four points each.

London Thompson and Shayle Greiner scored three apiece and Sydney Maas and Anne Konecny added two apiece for the Bobcats.

BG led 10-9 after the first quarter, but fell behind 20-17 at halftime and the Cougars exploded for 22 points in the third quarter.

For the Cougars, Julia Williams scored six, Carys Bourbeau scored three and Kaela Dupree and Audrey Huffman scored two apiece.

Anthony Wayne 54, Perrysburg 43

PERRYSBURG — Anthony Wayne sisters Elise Bender scored 15 points and Brooke Bender scored 12 to lead the Generals past Perrysburg, 54-43, in both teams’ Northern Lakes League opener Tuesday.

For Perrysburg, Chloe Kilbride and Kallie Thames scored 10 points each, Taylor Jockett scored nine, Hayley Griggs and Ayla Turk added four points each, and Wrigley Takats scored two points.

For the Generals, Leah Pike scored eight, Sophie Smith scored seven, Tatum Roder scored five, Mallori Pollock scored four and Emily Szul added three points.

Van Buren 52, Elmwood 33

VAN BUREN — Sasha Busey scored 18 points to lead Van Buren to a 52-33 non-league girls basketball victory over visiting Elmwood Tuesday.

Van Buren took a 20-6 lead after one quarter and expanded that to 30-6 by halftime, outscoring the Royals 10-0 in the second quarter.

For Elmwood, Cara Frank scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, Aubrey Johnson scored 10, Anna Meyer scored four, Allyie Reynolds and Madi Lee scored two apiece, and Kate Keiffer added one point.

Meyer and Johnson had three assists apiece. Riley Daniels did not score, but had four steals for the Royals.

The Royals, which drop to 1-2, were 9-for-32 from inside the arc, 2-for-12 from outside, and made 9-of-16 free throws.

For VB, Zoe Fruth and Paige Bowman scored nine points apiece, Kami Bowman and Agnes Durliat scored six apiece and Brylee Ponn added four points.