MILLBURY — Mary Enright scored 25 points to lead Lake to a 54-42 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Rossford Tuesday.

Elise Staczek scored 16 for the Flyers, while Scarlett Williams led Rossford with 20 points. The Flyers are 6-10 overall and 6-6 in the league while Rossford drops to 3-13 and 1-9.

Lake opened a 15-6 first quarter lead and expanded that to 31-14 at halftime, but Rossford closed the gap to 12 points, 41-29, entering the final stanza.

For Lake, Jessie Materni scored nine points, Elena Longoria scored two points and Sydney Stanley and Kyleigh Christ added one point apiece.

For the Bulldogs, Mia DiBortoli scored nine points, Lola Luderman scored five, Haley Hogan scored four and Nicole Grix added two points.

Fostoria 57, Elmwood 39

BLOOMDALE — Alycia Middlebrooks scored 17 points and Garyana Overton scored 16 to lead Fostoria to a 57-39 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball win over Elmwood Tuesday.

Fostoria improves to 12-1 overall and 9-1 in the league while Elmwood falls to 7-7 and 7-3.

For Elmwood, Cara Frank had 11 points and two steals, Aubrey Johnson had seven points and two steals, and Kate Keiffer had six points, seven rebounds and three assists.

Anna Meyer scored five points, Sydnie Piper had four points and four rebounds, McKenzie Laird scored three points and Selina Deal added one point for the Royals.

The Royals had 27 rebounds, 26 turnovers, made 6-of-18 shots from inside the arc, 5-of-21 outside the arc, and were 10-for-14 from the free throw line.

Genoa 48, Eastwood 37

GENOA — Genoa led Eastwood 28-25 entering the fourth quarter, but the Comets scored 20 fourth quarter points to down the Eagles, 48-37, in Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball Tuesday.

Molly Coleman had six three-point goals and she and Addison Moritz scored 20 points to lead the Comets.

Kayla Buehler led Eastwood with 20 points, including two triples, Kyrie Henline had four triples to account for all 12 of her points and Amelia Ward added five points.

Kayla Boyd scored three, Emersen Bickel and Audrey Brower scored two apiece and Gabby Lopez added one point for the Comets.

Eastwood falls to 7-9 overall and 5-5 in the league while Genoa moves to 6-10 and 3-7.

Woodmore 63, Otsego 23

ELMORE — Macey Bauder scored 22 points and Jordan Beam added 13 as first-place Woodmore downed Otsego, 63-23, in Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball Tuesday.

Woodmore improves to 13-2 overall and is a perfect 10-0 in the league while Otsego slips to 1-15 and 0-10.

Samantha Lehr scored 12 to lead the Knights, Lauren Hillesheim and Morgen Hillesheim scored four points each and Sophie Dimick added three points.

Kara Schneider scored eight, Camille Strong scored six, Cameran Quisno scored five, Alayna Hahn and Mackenzie Krukemyer scored four apiece and Paige Helmke added one point for the Wildcats.

McComb 62, Lake 55

McCOMB — Camden Glaser scored 25 points and Grant Dishong added 16 to lead McComb to a 62-55 boys basketball overtime victory over visiting Lake on Monday.

For Lake, David Parsons scored 18, Preston Snyder scored 10, Dylan Wiley scored eight, Carter Behlmer scored seven, and Matthew Perry and Caleb Tobias scored six points apiece.

The Flyers trailed by just 19-17 after one quarter and 31-29 at halftime, but McComb took a 43-31 lead entering the fourth quarter, but the Flyers came back to force overtime.

For the Panthers, Parker Downing and Mason Holman scored five apiece and Garrett Clark-Rader scored four points.

McComb improves to 4-9 while Lake falls to 1-12.

Wauseon sweeps Bobcats

WAUSEON — In swimming Tuesday, host Wauseon defeated the Bowling Green boys team 56-40 and the Indians won the girls meet, 62-39.

Anthony Wayne also took on Wauseon with the Generals’ boys losing 56-41, and the AW girls losing, 62-40.

The BG boys 200-yard relay team of Aiden Hildebrand, Aaron Mejiritski, Alex Xu and Alex Alvarez-Munoz won in 1:57.53 to beat a team from Wauseon (2:10.37).

BG swimmer Dillon O’Connell won the 200 intermediate medley, finishing in 2:24.53 to beat second-place Wauseon swimmer Aiden Pena (2:24.86). O’Connell also won the 100 butterfly (1:06.95), beating Wauseon’s Masyn Buherer (1:11.4).

Xu won the 50 freestyle, finishing in 23.44 to nip second-place Wauseon swimmer Beau Reeder (24.22).

Mejiritski won the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:09.03 to beat second-place Wauseon swimmer Miles Colon (1:11.78).

The BG girls 200-yard medley relay team of Maddie Desmond, Maggie Layne, Ella Billiot and Izzy Espinosa won in 2:06.25, defeating a Wauseon team (2:10.46).

Desmond won the 100 freestyle, closing in 58.33 to beat second place Wauseon swimmer Ella Rhoades (1:00.05).

BG swimmer Ella Ostrowski won the 100-yard backstroke, finishing in 1:11.93 to beat Wauseon’s Ashley Fisher (1:13.86).

Lakota 52, Oak Harbor 24

OAK HARBOR — In girls basketball Tuesday, Riley King scored 14 points and Carlie Foos added 13 to lead Lakota to a 52-24 victory over Oak Harbor.

Lakota led 25-18 at the half, but Foos hit two second half three-point shots as the Raiders outscored the Rockets 27-6 in the second half.

Emma Gregg and Cassidy Foos scored eight points apiece, Kaiya Mompher scored six and Zoie Widman added three points for the Raiders.

Holgate 40, North Baltimore 35

NORTH BALTIMORE—North Baltimore outscored Holgate 28-24 in the second half, but the comeback attempt fell short as Holgate prevailed, 40-35, in non-league boys basketball Tuesday.

For NB (1-11), Wyatt Baltz had 10 points and four assists, Owen Clark scored 10 points, and Brady Walter had seven points and seven rebounds for NB.

Cooper Clark scored five, and Rowan Tackett-Spangenberg scored three points. NB was 9-for-24 from two-point territory, 5-for-16 from three-point range and made 2-of-5 free throws.

Holgate (1-11) had a 24-18 advantage off the glass and committed eight turnovers to NB’s 11.