SYLVANIA — Jabari Conway scored 23 points, including four three-point shots, in leading Bowling Green to a 79-68 win over Southview Friday.

BG snaps a five-game losing streak, improving to 7-10 overall and 4-6 in the Northern Lakes League, while the Cougars fall to 7-11 and 3-7.

Brock Hastings had four treys on his way to scoring 16 points and Jake Amspoker and Ahmir Ruffin scored 11 apiece. The Bobcats made 13 three-point shots, including three by Amspoker and two by Ruffin.

Brayden Freyman scored seven points, Reece Rath scored six, Evan Brandt scored three and Mason Moosbrugger added two points for the Bobcats.

Amspoker hit three triples right off the bat as BG opened a 21-10 first quarter lead and expanded that to 42-23 at halftime. The Bobcats were up, 60-44, entering the fourth quarter.

Micah Bays led Southview with 26 points, Michael Alexander III scored 23, Zack Carter scored five points, Parker Sears scored four, Zach Steinhauser and Seth Baden scored three apiece, and Ru Selmon and Max Powers added two points each.

Eastwood 57, Fostoria 56

FOSTORIA — Case Boos hit Brady Weaver on a screen and roll and Weaver made a layup with 1.9 seconds left to give Eastwood a 57-56 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Fostoria Friday.

Eastwood trailed 48-40 entering the final quarter, but Weaver scored 11 of Eastwood’s 17 fourth-quarter points to lead the Eagles’ comeback.

Weaver finished with 21 points, Boos scored 14, including three 3-point goals, Noah Smith and Tristan Schuerman scored eight apiece and Kadyn Donnell and Andrew Badenhop scored three points each.

The game saw numerous lead changes as Eastwood led 17-13 after one quarter, but the Redmen grabbed a 29-27 lead at intermission. The Eagles had 14 turnovers and the Redmen had 13.

Machi Johnson led Fostoria with a game-high 23 points, Kristian Carter-Stokes scored 16, Aidan Sprang and Jordan Ferguson scored six apiece, Ryan O’Neal scored three, and Jayceon Tucker added two points.

Eastwood is 12-6 overall and 8-4 in the league while Fostoria falls to 6-10 and 5-6.

Rossford 81, Otsego 42

ROSSFORD — Rossford improved to 16-4 overall and 12-0 in the Northern Buckeye Conference thanks to an 81-42 boys cage victory over Otsego Friday at George Wolfe Field House.

Brenden Revels led the Bulldogs with 27 points, four rebounds and two assists, making 10-of-18 shots, including 5-for-10 from the three-point line.

Garette Murphree was 6-for-13 from the arc, scoring 18 points with three assists, Derek Vorst was 6-for-9 from the field in getting a double-double 13 points, 15 rebounds, two assists, and he blocked two shots.

Jake Morrison also contributed a double-double 10 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, and three seals for the Bulldogs.

Anthony Quintonella scored six points, Brandon Swope scored three, and Wes Ellison and Xavier Kellermeier scored two points apiece for Rossford.

The Bulldogs had 17 offensive rebounds and pulled down 36 total rebounds to the Knights’ 12. Rossford shot 54% (31-for-57) from the field, 46% (16-for-35) from downtown and made three of five free throws.

Otsego shot 39% (19-for-41) from the floor, 32% (9-for-28) from the arc and made one of two free throws.

Kaidyn Hutton led Otsego with nine points, Drew Gase and Devin Silva scored six apiece, Jack Simpson had five points and four rebounds, and Mason Roe scored five points.

Owen Weaver had five points and two assists, Cohen Feehan and Carter Lampe scored three apiece for the Knights. Otsego falls to 7-10 and 5-7.

Woodmore 50, Elmwood 47

ELMORE — Brady Thatcher scored 16 and Jon Everett scored 12 as Woodmore nipped Elmwood, 50-47, in overtime during a Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball clash Friday.

Kade Lentz had 16 points, seven rebounds, and five assists to lead the Royals, which fall to 3-13 overall and 1-10 in the league.

Hayden Wickard had nine points and four assists, Jackson Childress scored eight points, and Will Harrison had seven points, 10 rebounds, and five assists for Elmwood.

Zach May scored five points and Landry Seedorf added two points for Elmwood.

Jack Everett scored nine points, Luke Morris scored seven and Liam McCarthy added six points for Woodmore (6-12, 5-7).

Tiffin Calvert 55, Lakota 25

KANSAS — Calvert took a 35-7 halftime lead and cruised to a 55-25 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division over Lakota in boys basketball Friday.

Nick Palm and Jacob Rombach scored 12 points each for Calvert, Carter Wolph and Gavin Wagner scored eight apiece, Lee Morgan scored six, Harrison Shultz scored five and Caden Otterbacher scored four points.

Collin Zender led Lakota with five points, Carson Hill, Kurtis Fawcett, Drew Matz, and Mitch McDaid scored three apiece, and Mitchell Rosser, Jacob Stuller, Alex McGinnis and Jacob Newell scored two points each.

Calvert is 15-4 overall and 11-2 in the River Division, while Lakota falls to 2-15 and 2-11.