Prep roundup: Enright scores 14 to lead Flyers

MILLBURY—Lake broke open a close game tied at 18-18 at halftime, outscoring Genoa 20-5 in the third quarter en route to a 43-32 Northern Buckeye Conference girls cage victory over Genoa Tuesday.

Mary Enright led Lake with 14 points, Elise Staczek scored seven, Kyleigh Christ scored six on two three-point goals and Elena Longoria added five points.

Lake improves to 4-4 overall and 4-1 in the league while Genoa falls to 1-6 and 0-5.

Adrianna Williams and Addisyn Moritz scored eight points each for Genoa, Gabby Lopez scored seven points, Keira Combs scored four, Molly Coleman scored three, and Kayla Boyd added two points.

Woodmore 48, Elmwood 23

BLOOMDALE—In Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball Tuesday, Kara Schneider scored 19 points as Woodmore defeated Elmwood 48-23.

Woodmore led by just two, 12-10, after one quarter and 23-18 at the half, but the Wildcats went on a 12-2 run to start the second half, outscoring Elmwood 25-5 in the second half.

Woodmore is 7-1 overall and remains unbeaten in the league at 5-0, while Elmwood falls to 3-5 and 3-2.

Macey Bauder scored 10 points to lead the Wildcats and Elmwood was led by Cara Frank, who scored 11 points with six rebounds and three assists.

Aubrey Johnson scored six points, McKenzie Laird scored four points, and Riley Daniels added two points with two steals for the Royals. Kate Keiffer did not score, but had two steals.

The Royals had 21 rebounds, 21 steals, were 8-for-26 from inside the arc, 2-for-17 outside the arc, and made one of four free throw attempts.

Jordan Beam scored seven points, Camille Strong scored four points, Cameran Quisno scored three points, Paige Helmke and Mackenzie Krukemyer had two points each and Alayna Hahn added one point for the Wildcats.

Wauseon 55, Bowling Green 40

Bowling Green girls basketball led Wauseon 12-10 after the first quarter, but the Bobcats got outscored 23-9 in the second quarter as the Indians recorded a 55-40 non-league victory Tuesday.

For Wauseon, Hayley Meyer scored 26 points, including making 8-of-10 free throws, and Maite Marugan added 11 points for the Indians.

Lola Thompson led BG with 12 points, Jamie Sayen scored 10, Shayle Greiner scored five, Macyn Dean-Scheele and Sydney Maas scored four apiece. Sayen hit two first half three-point shots.

London Thompson and Anne Konecny scored two points each, and Ashley Knowlton added one point for the Bobcats.

For Waueeon, Mackenzie Stasa scored nine points, A Coronado scored four, S Rupp scored three and K Ehrsam added two points.

Wildcats sweep Bobcats

NAPOLEON — In Northern Lakes League bowling Monday, Napoleon swept Bowling Green in the boys and girls matches at River City Bowl-Away.

Napoleon won the boys match 2,493-2,247 and the Wildcats won the girls match, 1,936-1,206.

For the Wildcats in the boys match, bowlers were Ashton Kiessling (213, 210), Preston Miller (234, 194), Mason Melia (191), Riley Ehlers (150, 179), Brennen Babcock (192), Slayd McCorkie (172) and Logan Honneman (159).

BG bowlers were Miguel Lorenzen (193, 231), Jerrad Main (151, 174), Lucas Lilly (157, 149), Cyrus Higham (187, 161), and Aidan Peper (148, 149).

Napoleon Baker games were 273, 224 and 202, and BG Baker games were 156, 233, and 158.

The Napoleon girls bowlers were Arianna Kiessling (211), Carlee Hohenbrink (222), Alexa Miller (145), Keigan Schuster (153), Macy Eicher (134, 127), Raven Rowland (121), Sophia Cohrs (126, 116) and Lily Light (120).

BG bowlers were Ali Murphy (106, 114), Delanie Jarvi (119, 109), Haley Boberts (109, 78), Addison Nickey (122, 106), Sammy Sisco (40) and Helen Archer (26).

Napoleon Baker games were 167, 136, and 158. BG Baker games were 81, 110, and 86.