Prep roundup: Amos, Schick score to lead Bobcats in Holly Daze opener

Bowling Green opened the Holly Daze Tournament Tuesday by defeating Dublin Jerome, 2-0, at Bowling Green State University’s Slater Family Ice Arena.

Tanner Amos scored the Bobcats’ first goal, assisted by Caden Wisniewski, and Easton Schick scored the second goal assisted by Amos and Wisniewski.

Perrysburg lost its Holly Daze opener to Cincinnati Moeller, 1-0, but won its second game over Cleveland Benedictine, 7-0, both at Slater Arena Tuesday.

Against Benedictine, Cody Schneider had a three-goal hat trick, Caden Seiple scored twice, and Alex Wilhelm and Mackeane Hanley scored one goal apiece for the Yellow Jackets as goalie Sam Yonker earned the shutout victory.

Perrysburg coach Kevin Fisher added that Yonker “played great in net in defeat” during the one-goal loss to Moeller, also.

The Bobcats are 9-6-2 and the Yellow Jackets are 8-6-1, and both teams will continue play in the tournament through Thursday.

Elmwood 74, Gibsonburg 46

GIBSONBURG — Hayden Wickard had a double-double 28 points, 11 rebounds, six steals and eight assists to lead Elmwood past Gibsonburg, 74-46, in non-conference boys basketball Tuesday.

The Royals and Golden Bears were tied, 13-13, after one quarter, but Elmwood outscored Gibsonburg 22-8 in the second quarter to begin pulling away.

It is Elmwood’s first win of the season against four losses while the Golden Bears are winless in seven games.

Kade Lentz scored 15 points with three assists and Landry Seedorf and Jackson Childress scored eight points apiece for Elmwood.

Will Harrison scored six points, Tommy Curtis scored five points and Allen Sterling added three points for the Royals.

For Gibsonburg, Cyler Amor scored nine points, Camden Mooney and Zach McGough scored eight apiece, Sam McEwan scored seven, Aiden Senters, Martin Myerholtz, and Austin Bowe scored four apiece and Aiden Morant added two points.

Oak Harbor 48, Lake 39

MILLBURY—Ethan Stokes scored 13 and Michael Lalonde scored 12 to lead visiting Oak Harbor to a 48-39 win over Lake in boys basketball Tuesday.

Caleb Tobias led Lake with 14 points, Matthew Perry and David Parsons scored seven each, Preston Snyder scored five points, Carter Behlmer scored four points and Dylan Wiley added two points.

For the Rockets, Carson Steinbrick scored nine points, Isaac McHale scored eight points, Jaxson Overmyer scored three points, Dan Allen scored two points and Lorenzo Ramirez added one point.

Oak Harbor improves to 4-6 while Lake remains winless in seven games.

Perrysburg 51, Archbold 20

ARCHBOLD—Perrysburg girls basketball opened on a 23-2 run and went on to defeat host Archbold in a non-league game Tuesday, 51-20.

Ayla Turk led Perrysburg with 14 points and Chloe Kilbride hit three 3-point goals in scoring 13 points. Perrysburg improves to 6-3 while Archbold falls to 7-3.

Wrigley Takats scored eight, Hayley Griggs scored five, Gabby Ortyl scored four, Aubrey Evans scored three, and Megan Gibbs and Taylor Jockett added two points apiece for Perrysburg.

Sophie Rupp led Archbold with four points, Alanna Pedraza and Meg Mello scored three apiece, and Makena Thiel, Alivia Rodriguez, Leah McQuade and Breah Ruger added two points each.

Woodmore 49, Lakota 46

ELMORE — Woodmore outscored Lakota 18-9 in the fourth quarter to record a come-from-behind 49-46 girls basketball victory over the Raiders in non-league action Tuesday.

Macey Bauder led the Wildcats with 11 points, including five in the fourth quarter, and Paige Helmke hit two fourth quarter three-point shots, accounting for all six of her points, to lead Woodmore.

The Wildcats improve to 10-2 while the Raiders fall to 7-2.

For Lakota, Carlie Foos had 12 points and two steals, Aubrey Vitte had 11 points and three steals, and Cassidy Foos and Kaiya Mompher had six points and five rebounds apiece.

Emma Gregg and Riley King scored five points each and Lexi Moon added one point for the Raiders.

For Woodmore, which will play with Lakota in the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division next year, Kara Schneider scored nine points, Alayna Hahn scored eight points, Cameron Quisno scored four points, and Abby Sandrock and Mackenzie Krukemyer added two points each.

Liberty Center 67, Elmwood 39

LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center opened a 25-12 first quarter lead and cruised to a 67-39 non-league win over visiting Elmwood in girls basketball Tuesday.

Emerson Gray scored 20 points and Peyton Armey scored 12 to lead Liberty Center, which improves to 9-1 while Elmwood falls to 5-6.

For Elmwood, Cara Frank had 13 points, six rebounds and three steals, Aubrey Johnson scored seven, Kate Keiffer scored five points, and McKenzie Laird scored four points.

Riley Daniels and Sydnie Piper scored three points apiece, Anna Meyer had two points and three assists, and Allyie Reynolds added two points for the Royals.

Elmwood had 17 rebounds, 22 turnovers, and was 11-for-23 shooting inside the arc, 4-of-13 outside the arc, and made 5-of-12 free throws.

For LC, Kailey Blanton scored nine points, Molly Perry scored eight points, Eliza Jones and Bea Barrett scored seven apiece, Elle Mohler scored four, Gracie Miller scored two and Haley Mohler added one point.