PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg got four players into double figures, led by Matt Watkins’ 20, as the Yellow Jackets defeated Northern Lakes League foe Maumee, 67-48, on Tuesday.
Perrysburg moves to 9-3 overall and 4-1 in the conference while Maumee falls to 4-8 overall and the Panthers are winless in six NLL games.
Austin Shultz hit three 3-point shots and Watkins hit one as Perrysburg took a 20-6 first quarter lead and the Yellow Jackets expanded that to 38-19 at halftime.
Shultz finished with five triples and contributed 17 points and Matt McEwen and Gavin Fenneken scored 10 points apiece. The Jackets had nine treys as Fenneken and Watkins contributed two each.
Avery Hunt and Matt Hubbard scored four points apiece and Andrew Hunt added two points for the Jackets.
Kyle Arndt led Maumee with 15 points, Jaden Walker and Caden Brown scored nine apiece, Jayvon Hutchinson scored eight points, Caelyn Crowley scored four and Jackson Kain had three points.
Sylvania Northview 52, Lake 25
MILLBURY — Madison Greene scored 22 points as Northview defeated Lake, 52-25, in non-league girls basketball Tuesday. The Flyers fall to 5-9.
Elise Staczek led Lake with nine points, Jessie Materni scored eight, Elena Longoria and Kaydence Eckenrode scored three apiece and Mary Enright added two points.
For Northview, Grace Krahl scored 11 points, Ava Mauk scored six, Allison Biggs scored five and Allison Shadle, Sara Cannon, Maria Smithers and Kendall Kleinschmidt scored two apiece.
Bobcats, Bulldogs split matches
On Jan. 5, the Bowling Green boys bowling team handed Rossford their second loss of the season, 2,167-1,929, at Al-Mar Lanes in BG.
For the Bobcats, Miguel Lorenzen bowled 124 and 156, Aiden Peper bowled 201 and 188, Cyrus Higham bowled 154 and 129, Lucas Lilly bowled 200 and 184, and Jerrad Main bowled 191 and 183.
For Rossford, Trevor Wayne bowled 159 and 173 and Quintan Borden bowled 184 and 143.
BG Baker games were 136, 129, and 192 while Rossford bowled 158, 156, and 110.
The Rossford girls defeated BG, 1,628-1,240. For Rossford, Cydnee Bailey bowled 153 and 130 and Alex Spears bowled 110 and 134.
For BG, Ali Murphy bowled 139 and 115, Addison Nickey scored 126 and 138, Maya Beagle scored 119 and 135, Haley Roberts bowled 155 and 139, Delanie Jarvi bowled an 81 and Maggie Landry bowled a 93.
Baker scores for BG were 73, 107 and 109, and Rossford’s Baker scores were 137, 170 and 120.
On Jan. 3, the Rossford boys, who are 5-2, defeated Anthony Wayne 2,255-2,137 at Timbers Lanes in Maumee. For the Bulldogs, Ethan Jones bowled 170 and 216 and Owen Hill bowled 171 and 201.
The Rossford girls, who are 4-2, also defeated AW, 1,678-1,225. For Rossford, Madeline Logan bowled 137 and 172 and Paige Danford bowled 179 and 110.
Fremont St. Joseph 59, Lakota 49
FREMONT — Carson Hill, Mitchell Rosser and Mitch McDaid all hit first quarter three-point shots as Lakota took a 20-15 lead, but Fremont St. Joseph eventually took the lead and won, 59-49, Tuesday on the Crimson Streaks’ floor.
St. Joseph led 32-29 at halftime and outscored the Raiders 27-20 over the final 16 minutes to preserve the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.
Jackson Wright led St. Joseph with 23 points and Cooper Talikka scored 13 for the Crimson Streaks.
Jacob Stuller led Lakota with 14 points, Collin Zender scored 13, Hill scored nine, Alex Holman scored four, and Rosser, McDaid and Alex McGinnis scored three apiece.
St. Joseph is 4-7 overall and 2-5 in the SBC River, while Lakota is 1-10 and 1-7.