PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg got four players into double figures during a 78-23 girls basketball rout over Northern Lakes League foe Maumee Thursday.
Hayley Griggs scored 15, Chloe Kilbride scored 14, Taylor Jockett scored 12 points and Megan Gibbs added 11 points to lead the Yellow Jackets.
Perrysburg led 45-15 at halftime and made seven three-point goals, including two each by Griggs, Kilbride and Jockett.
Aubrey Evans scored nine points, Kallie Thames scored seven, Ayla Turk scored six and Aubry Petree added six points for Perrysburg, which improves to 4-2 overall and 3-2 in the NLL.
For Maumee, Lucy Porter scored nine points, Autumn Miller scored six and Beverly O’Neill, Taylor Smith, Skyler Janes and Charley Bischoff added two points apiece.
The Panthers are winless in five games, including four conference games.
Springfield 58, Bowling Green 21
HOLLAND — Gretchen Sigman scored 18, Kendall Carruthers scored 14, and A’Leah Hodges scored 12 points as Springfield defeated Bowling Green, 58-21, in Northern Lakes League girls basketball Thursday.
The Blue Devils opened the game on a 27-2 run and never looked back. The Blue Devils made seven three-point shots. They improve to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the NLL, while BG falls to 3-5 and 1-4.
For BG, Lola Thompson scored seven points, Macyn Dean-Scheele, London Thompson and Allison Fry scored four points each and Sydney Maas added two points.
Jade Battle scored nine points, Kalaia Taylor scored three and Hannah Schlachter scored two to round out Springfield’s scoring.
Lake 42, Maumee 27
Lake got five pins on their way to defeating Maumee, 42-27, in a non-league wrestling match Thursday.
Flyers winning by fall were Mason Snyder (113), Vince Barton (126), Walker Howell (175), Xayden Wilkes (190), and Ryan Ranes (215).
They pinned Blake Smith (113), TJ Lewis (126), Di-Shon McCullough (175), Josiah Millin (190) and Kamari Braswell (215).
Lake wrestler Isaah Reeder won a 9-6 decision against Triston Dotson at 157 pounds and at 285, Lake wrestler Christian Snipes defeated Jackson Schneider, 3-0.
Maumee wrestlers winning by fall were Tommy Gast (132), Liam Kennedy (138) and Bryson Bonds-Crawford (150), pinning Micah Balsmeyer (132), Damion Penske (138) and Anthony Adams (150).
At 144, Maumee’s Alex Dolder won a 7-3 decision against Brad Giminez.
Lake wrestler Ricardo Lecki won by forfeit at 120, and Maumee wrestler John Doe won by forfeit at 165.
AW bowling sweeps BG
MAUMEE — At Timber Lanes, Anthony Wayne swept the boys and girls bowling matches against Bowling Green Thursday.
The AW boys defeated the Bobcats 2,305-2,192 and the AW girls won, 1,286-1,177.
In the boys match, AW bowlers were Luke Bethel (226), Ronald Bischoff (192, 210), Ethan Crosby (171, 197), Ian Gill (146), Kaleb Modlin (185, 160) and Klernan Wealleans (159, 138).
BG bowlers were Lucas Lilly (188, 190), Jerrad Main (174, 246), Miguel Lorenzen (165, 173), Cyrus Higham (162, 186) and Noah Boice (115, 187).
AW had Baker scores of 173, 170 and 178 and BG Baker scores were 150, 135 and 121.
AW bowlers in the girls match were Christine Osbourne (127, 151), Julia French (78, 103), Carol Beck (95, 106), Emma Rinto (84, 71) and Zoe Hamblin (74, 74).
BG bowlers were Maya Beagle (110, 116), Ali Murphy (96), Delanie Jarvi (90, 116), Addison Nickey (100, 78), Helan Archer (71) and Sammy Sisco (60, 68).
AW Baker scores were 112, 106 and 106, and BG Baker scores were 75, 104 and 93.
Willer to play at Lourdes
SYLVANIA — Perrysburg native Arleena Willer has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Lourdes University beginning in fall 2023, coach Greg Reitz announced.
Willer is a graduate of Toledo Christian Schools where she was a defensive specialist.
“She is a very strong player that has competed locally and will bring a great level to our gym. Arleena will compete as a defensive player for us,” Reitz said.
Willer was the Toledo Area Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior and a First Team All-TAAC selection after garnering Second Team All-TAAC accolades as a junior.
She also earned First Team All-District honors in 2022 and was her team’s Most Valuable Player.
Willer helped lead the Eagles to a pair of TAAC titles as well as two sectional championships.
Willer intends to major in art therapy.