Prep Roundup: Buehler scores 26 to lead Eastwood


PEMBERVILLE — Kayla Buehler scored 26 points and Paige Hoodlebrink put together a double-double 10 points and 11 rebounds in leading the Eagles to a 49-31 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Rossford Saturday.

Buehler made five three-point goals, all in the second half, plus she was 3-for-3 from the line.

Amelia Ward scored seven points, Saylor King scored three points and Kyrie Henline added two points for the Eagles.

Scarlett Williams led Rossford with 14 points, Haley Hogan scored six, Nicole Grix scored five, Madison Kutscher scored four, and Mia Dibortoli and Lola Luderman added one point each.

Eastwood moves to 8-8 overall and 6-5 in the league, while Rossford falls to 3-14 and 1-10.

Lake 54, Otsego 27

TONTOGANY—Elise Staczek scored 17, Mary Enright scored 16, and Elena Longoria scored 13 points to lead Lake to a 54-27 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball victory over Otsego Saturday.

The Flyers opened on an 11-2 run, but the Knights came back to tie the game at 17-17 at halftime. Lake outscored Otsego 37-10 in the second half to pull away.

Longoria had three 3-point goals, including two in the third quarter to ignite the Flyers’ second half offense. Jessie Materni scored six points and Kyleigh Christ added two points for Lake.

Samantha Lehr scored eight points in the second quarter to help the Knights tie the game at halftime, and she ended with a team high 12 points.

Lauren Hillesheim scored nine points, Sophie Dimick scored four points and Jocelyn Cornell added two points for Otsego.

Lake is 7-10 overall and 6-5 in the conference while Otsego falls to 1-16 and 0-11.

Elmwood 44, Genoa 30

BLOOMDALE—Cara Frank had 13 points, six rebounds, and three steals in leading Elmwood to a 44-30 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball victory over Genoa Saturday.

The Royals opened on an 8-2 run and never trailed, although the Comets stayed within striking distance.

McKenzie Laird hit three 3-point shots and scored 11 points, Aubrey Johnson scored six points on two treys, and Anna Meyer had five points and three assists for the Royals.

Sydnie Piper’s triple accounted for all three of her points, Riley Daniels had two points and four steals, Allyie Reynolds and Madi Lee scored two points apiece, and Kate Keiffer had three assists.

The Royals had 14 rebounds, 15 turnovers, were 10-for-17 shooting inside the arc, 7-for-18 from three-point territory and made 3-of-5 free throws.

Addisyn Moritz led Genoa with 13 points, Emersen Bickel and Molly Coleman scored six apiece, Kayla Boyd scored three points and Gabby Lopez added two points.

The Royals are 8-8 overall, but 8-3 in the NBC, while Genoa slips to 6-11 and 3-8.

Lakota 47, Danbury 38

KANSAS — Lakota girls basketball opened a 17-8 first quarter lead and held on to defeat Danbury, 47-38, Saturday in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division action.

For the Raiders, Carlie Foos had 19 points, nine rebounds and five assists, Emma Gregg had 15 points and five rebounds, Cassidy Foos had 10 points, five assists and seven rebounds, and Riley King scored three points.

For Danbury, Maria Maringer scored seven points, Kelly Uhinck scored nine points, Natalie Rose scored eight points, Mia McDonald scored six points and Maci Brown added three points.

Danbury falls to 11-4 overall and 7-4 in the River Division while Lakota is 13-2 and 8-1.

Danbury 58, Lakota 15

LAKESIDE — Danbury opened a 30-4 halftime lead and cruised to a 58-15 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division boys basketball win Friday.

The Lakers improve to 8-7 overall and 6-5 in the River Division, while Lakota falls to 1-12 and 1-9.

Blake Barker scored 14, Maverick Murry scored 11 and Tyler Harris scored 10 points to lead Danbury.

For Lakota, Drew Matz scored four points, Avery Schilling scored three points, and Jayson Bennington, Collin Zender, Alex McGinnis and Alex Holman added two points each.

Guy Maltese scored nine points, Elijah Hattfield scored six, James Morrison and Trenton Rigdon scored three apiece, and Landon Dunlop added two points for Danbury.

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