Prep Roundup: Staczek scores 16 to lead Flyers

GENOA — Lake girls basketball defeated Genoa, 54-42, Thursday in Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball action.

Lake is now 8-10 overall and 7-5 in the NBC. Genoa falls to 6-12 and 3-9.

Lake was led by Elise Staczek with 16 points, Sydney Stanley with 15 points, and Mary Enright with 10 points.

Four different Flyers hit three-point goals in the first period as Lake took a 25-16 lead after eight minutes, and then maintained a double digit lead most of the second half.

Jessie Materni scored six points and Lauren Tobias and Kyleigh Christ added three points each for Lake.

Emersen Bickel scored 13 and Addisyn Moritz scored 12 to lead the Comets. Molly Coleman scored eight points, Kayla Boyd scored two and Gabby Lopez and Audrey Brower added one point each.

Woodmore 48, Elmwood 36

ELMORE — Macey Bauder scored 16 points to lead Woodmore to a 48-36 Northern Buckeye Conference victory over Elmwood Thursday.

Woodmore improves to 15-3 overall and 11-1 in the NBC, tied with Fostoria (15-1, 11-1) for first place in the league. Elmwood is 8-10 and 8-4.

The Wildcats led 43-26 entering the final stanza and withstood a 12-3 rally by the Royals over the final eight minutes.

Cara Frank had a double-double 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead Elmwood, McKenzie Laird had eight points and two assists, Sydnie Piper scored six for the Royals.

Aubrey Johnson had four points and six rebounds, Madi Lee scored three points, Kate Keiffer had two points and three assists, and Anna Meyer had two steals for Elmwood.

The Royals had 30 rebounds, 18 turnovers, were 8-for-28 inside the arc and 4-for-13 outside the arc with Piper and Laird hitting two triples apiece.

Alayna Hahn and Kara Schneider scored nine points each, Jordan Beam scored eight, Mackenzie Krukemyer scored three points, Abby Sandrock scored two points and Cameran Quisno added one point for the Wildcats.

Northwood 33, Ottawa Hills 26

NORTHWOOD — Natalie Thompson scored 17 points as Northwood defeated Ottawa Hills, 33-26, in a Toledo Area Athletic Conference girls basketball victory Thursday.

Ottawa Hills took a 9-7 lead after the first quarter but the Rangers defense took over as they took a 13-11 halftime lead, but the Green Bears battled back to take a 20-18 lead entering the final stanza.

Thompson scored 10 points in the fourth quarter, including going 8-for-10 at the free throw line, as the Rangers outscored the Green Bears 15-6 over the final eight minutes.

For Northwood, Autumn Schroder scored six points, Carisa Davise scored five, and Zoe Turner and Bree Bolden added two points apiece.

Annie Bazzoli led Ottawa Hills with nine points, Liz Lathrop scored seven, Ella Berenzweig scored six and Elaina O’Rourke added four points.

Lakota 43, Gibsonburg 38

KANSAS — In Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play, Lakota boys basketball defeated Gibsonburg, 43-38, in overtime Thursday.

Mitchell Rosser led the Raiders with 12 points and Alex McGinnis added 10. Lakota is 2-13 overall and 2-9 in the SBC River, with both wins coming against Gibsonburg. The Golden Bears are 1-14 and 0-12.

Lakota led most of the game, including 32-25 entering the final quarter, but the Golden Bears closed on a 10-3 run to force a tie at the end of regulation. The Raiders were 8-for-12 from the free throw line in overtime.

Carson Hill hit two three-point goals and scored seven, Mitch McDaid scored six, Jayson Bennington and Alex Holman scored three apiece and Jacob Stuller added two points for Lakota.

Zach McGough led Gibsonburg with 13 points, Camden Mooney scored nine, Aiden Morant scored seven, Martin Myerholtz scored six, and Sam McEwan added three points for the Bears.