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Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Girls Basketball: Elmwood rallies in 4th quarter to outlast BG
BLOOMDALE -- Elmwood blitzed Bowling Green 18-9 in the second overtime period Tuesday night for an 85-76 nonconference girls basketball win over the Bobcats.

Elmwood rallied from a 44-35 deficit after three quarters to send the game into overtime as the Royals outgunned the Bobcats 23-14 in the fourth quarter.

Each team scored nine points apiece in the first overtime period before Elmwood took charge in the second extra session.

Elmwood's Kristen Curtis led all scorers with 24 points. Brittany Gross finished with a double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds. Brittany George and Tiffany Hillard chipped in 13 and 10 points, respectively, for the Royals (3-0).

Bowling Green's Hanna Williford popped in 22 points. Reagan Morman and Livvy Dill both netted 15 points and Haley Glandorff 10 for the Bobcats (2-2).



Bowling Green (2-2)

Glandorff 4-1--10, S. Morlock 0-1--1, Smith 1-0--2, Dill 5-5--15, Williford 9-2--22, Morman 4-7--15, C. Morlock 2-0--5, McGowan 2-2--6. TOTALS: 27-62 20-33--76.

Elmwood (3-1)

Hillard 2-6--10, Curtis 8-7--24, Veryser 0-0--0, Swavel 0-0--0, Gross 6-7--19, Harvey 0-0--0, Emmitt 2-0--4, To. Hillard 4-1--9, Smith 3-0--6, Rosendale 0-0--0, George 3-6--13, Ervin 0-0--0. TOTALS: 28-59 27-40--85.

Bowling Green 13 10 21 14 9 9 -- 76

Elmwood 17 8 10 23 9 18 -- 85

3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 2-10 (Curtis & George); Bowling Green 2-10 (Glandorff & C. Morlock).

rebounds: Elmwood 34 (Gross 11); Bowling Green 33.

turnovers: Bowling Green 17, Elmwood 16.

junior varsity: Bowling Green, 52-33.



UPPER SANDUSKY 57

WILLARD 44

WILLARD -- Jorden Born, Taylor Graboski and Allison Snyder combined for 44 points Tuesday night to power Upper Sandusky to a 57-44 nonconference girls basketball victory over Willard.

Born led the Rams (3-1) with 21 points, Graboski scored 13 and grabbed 12 rebounds and Snyder added 10 points to go along with eight steals and five assists.

Willard (2-2) got nine points each from Hannah Schloemer and Laura Danhoff.



upper sandusky (3-1)

Piecha 1-1--3, Cox 2-4--8, Snyder 3-2--10, Born 9-3--21, Graboski 5-3--13, Johnson 0-2--2, Cameron 0-0--0. TOTALS: 20-54 15-22--57.

willard (2-2)

Thorton 3-2--8, Bauer 3-0—6, Mosic 1-0--2, Schloemer 3-3--9, Danhoff 3-3--9, Baldridge 2-0--4. TOTALS: 16 5-13--38.

Upper Sandusky 20 18 9 10 -- 57

Willard 12 2 8 16 -- 38

3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 2-3 (Snyder 2); Willard 1 (Schloemer 1).

rebounds: Upper Sandusky 31 (Graboski 12).

turnovers: Upper Sandusky 17, Willard 29.



PATRICK HENRY 69

TINORA 59

HAMLER -- Patrick Henry shot well from the field and the free throw line and the Patriots used an outstanding start to defeat Tinora 69-59 Tuesday night in girls nonconference basketball action.

Patrick Henry (4-0), which won its fifth consecutive regular season game, hit 24 of 42 shots from the field and 18 of 23 attempts from the free throw line. The Patriots led 41-17 by halftime, but had to hold off a ferocious Tinora second half rally.

Kelsey Tietje was 9 of 13 shooting from the field as she scored a game-high 22 points. She also led the Patriots with eight rebounds and four blocks.

Katy Hammer also had a splendid evening with 12 points on 2 of 3 shooting and a 6 of 7 mark at the free throw line.

Erica Smay scored 21 points to lead Tinora (2-2), while Rachel Wachtman chipped in 10.



tinora (2-2)

Smay 9-2--21, Weber 2-0--4, Gentit 3-0--8, Seifert 1-0--2, Pedroza 0-2--2, Olashuk 1-1--3, Hughes 3-2--9, Wachtman 3-4--10. TOTALS: 22-57 11-18--59.

patrick henry(4-0)

Bostelman 4-1--9, Meyer 1-2--4, Rosebrook 0-2--2, Nye 1-0--2, Fintel 1-2--4, Michaelis 3-1--8, Gibson 0-0--0, Hammer 2-6--12, Tietje 9-4--22, Bower 3-0--6. TOTALS: 24-42 18-23--69.

Tinora 9 8 16 26 -- 59

Patrick Henry 16 25 10 18 -- 69

3-Point GOALS: Tinora 4-14 (Gentit 2, Smay & Hughes 1); Patrick Henry 3-4 (Hammer 2, Michaelis 1).

rebounds: Tinora 25 (Wachtman 4); Patrick Henry 29 (Tietje 8, Bower 6).

turnovers: Tinora 16, Patrick Henry 22.



CONTINENTAL 48

COLUMBUS GROVE 25

CONTINENTAL -- Continental used a 15-1 edge in the third quarter to pull away from Columbus Grove Tuesday night for a 48-25 Putnam County League girls basketball win over the Bulldogs.

Leva Weller led the Pirates with a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double. Taylor Williamson added 10 points.

Sydney McCluer scored seven points for Columbus Grove.



COLUMBUS GROVE (1-3)

Halker 1-0--2, McCluer 2-2--7, Verhoff 0-0--0, Amstutz 0-0--0, Schramm 1-0--2, Schroeder 1-1--3, Stechschulte 2-0--5, Schumacher 1-0--2, Wynn 0-0--0, Karhoff 2-0--4, Fruchey 0-0--0. TOTALS: 10-39 3-7--25.

Continental (2-1)

Prowant 0-0--0, Fitzwater 0-0--0, Troyer 0-0--0, Scott 0-0--0, Williamson 4-1--10, Koppenhofer 4-4--13, Zachrich 0-1--1, Ordway 4-0--9, Quigley 0-1--1, Baker 0-0--0, Kindilien 0-0--0, Deken 1-0--2, Recker 0-0--0, Weller 4-4--12. TOTALS: 17-42 9-28--48.

Columbus Grove 6 9 1 9 -- 25

Continental 14 6 15 15 -- 48

3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 2-15 (Stechschulte & McCluer); Continental 5-10 (Koppenhofer 3, Williamson & Ordway).

rebounds: Continental 33 (Weller 10); Colbus Grove 17.

turnovers: Columbus Grove 20, Continental 12.



LAKOTA 38

FOSTORIA 23

KANSAS -- Lakota's girls basketball team started fast Tuesday night and smothered Fostoria 38-23 in nonconference play.

Lakota (1-4) helped its cause by converting 11 of 22 free-throws in the fourth quarter, while Fostoria (0-3) went a mere 1 of 11. The Raiders forced Fostoria into 44 turnovers.

Lakota's Sierra Ray had a team-high nine points while Morgan Mowry added four points and pulled down a team-high 10 rebounds.

Erica Moore led the Redmen with 12 points, eight rebounds, and four assists while Jada Hampton collected five points, five rebounds and three assists.



Fostoria (0-3)

Sanchez 0-0--0, Hampton 2-1--5, Settles 2-0--4, Smith 1-0--2, Valenti 0-0--0, Lentz 0-0--0, Moore 6-0--12. TOTALS: 10-41 1-11 -- 23.

Lakota (1-4)

Talbert 0-0--0, Hovis 0-2--2, Miller 2-0--4, Feick 2-0--4, Walter 2-1--5, Ray 4-0--9, Mowry 2-0--4, Park 1-2--4, Steiner 0-0--0, Gangwer 0-6--6. TOTALS: 12-47 11-22 -- 38.

Fostoria 2 4 7 10 -- 23

Lakota 10 8 10 10 -- 38

3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 0-5; Lakota 1-6 (Ray).

REBOUNDS: Fostoria 28 (Moore 8, Smith 8); Lakota 37 (Mowry 10).

TURNOVERS: Fostoria 44, Lakota 18.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Lakota, 22-16.



ADA 52

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 40

MCGUFFEY -- The Ada girls basketball team continued its impressive start to the season with a 52-40 nonconference victory over Upper Scioto Valley Tuesday.

Ada, now 3-0, led 19-14 at halftime, but outscored the defending Northwest Central Conference champions 33-26 after the intermission.

Taylor Willeke had a huge night for the Bulldogs with 17 points, 13 rebounds and four assists. Tori Wyss also reached double figures with 12 points.

Aspen Rose led the Rams (1-2) with 15 points.



ada (3-0)

Gonzaga 1-0--2, Linnon 0-0--0, Rouch 1-1--3, Amburgey 2-0--5, Willeke 6-4--17, Wildman 3-0--6, Walden 3-1--7, Wyss 4-2--12. TOTALS: 20 8-12--52.

upper scioto valley (1-2)

Goldsmith 4-0--8, Carroll 0-2--2, Rose 4-7--15, Mullins 3-0--7, Griesheimer 3-2--8. TOTALS: 14 11-22--40.

Ada 11 8 22 11 -- 52

Upper Scioto Valley 5 9 18 8 -- 40

3-Point GOALS: Ada 4 (Wyss 2, Amburgey & Willeke 1); Upper Scioto Valley 1 (Mullins 1).

junior varsity: Ada, 39-26.



ST. WENDELIN 64

MARION CATHOLIC 29

MARION -- Fostoria St. Wendelin outscored Marion Catholic 34-8 in the second half to run away with a 64-29 nonconference girls basketball win over the Irish Tuesday night.

The Mohawks (2-2) led 30-21 at the half before outscoring the Fighting Irish (0-4) 22-2 in the the third quarter.

St. Wendelin also forced 29 turnovers and held Marion Catholic to 23 percent (10-44) shooting from the field.

The Mohawks were led by Heather Saalman's 16 points, six steals and five assists. Kamryn Troike added 13 points and 14 rebounds while Ali Mowrey tallied 13 points and seven rebounds.

Paxton Flugga recorded 12 points and six rebounds for the Irish while Emily Aurigemma had 15 rebounds.



Fostoria St. Wendelin (2-2)

Saalman 5-4--16, A. Mowrey 5-3--13, Troike 6-1--13, Birkmire 3-0--6, E. Mowrey 2-0--4, Rutter 1-2--4, B. Hay 1-1--3, Whetsel 1-0--3, M. Hay 0-2--2, Leiter 0-0--0, Williams 0-0--0, Emerine 0-0--0. TOTALS: 24-70 13-24--64.

marion catholic (0-4)

Flugga 5-2--12, Aurigemma 1-4--6, Curren 2-0--5, Severis 1-0--3, Boltz 1-0--3. TOTALS: 10-44 6-10--29.

Fostoria St. Wendelin 16 14 22 12 -- 64

Marion Catholic 8 13 2 6 -- 29

3-Point GOALS: Fostoria St. Wendelin 3-22 (Saalman 2, Whetsel); Marion Catholic 3-11 (Boltz, Curren, Severis).

REBOUNDS: Fostoria St. Wendelin 40 (Troike 14); Marion Catholic 34 (Aurigemma 15).

TURNOVERS: Fostoria St. Wendelin 14, Marion Catholic 29.



OTTOVILLE 77

FORT JENNINGS 23

OTTOVILLE -- Abby Siefker and Rachel Beining combined for 41 points and Ottoville dominated after the first quarter in a 77-23 nonconference romp over neighborhood rival Fort Jennings Tuesday in a girls basketball game.

The Big Green (4-0), who won their 28th consecutive regular-season game, led just 14-12 at the end of the first quarter. But Siefker, a Bowling Green State University signee, scored half of her team's 18 second-quarter points as Ottoville took a 32-17 lead into halftime.

The Big Green then outscored the Musketeers 45-6 in the second half.

Siefker scored a game-high 22 points and Beining added 19 for Ottoville, which 31 of 48 shots from the field.

Meanwhile, Fort Jennings (3-2) was ice cold, converting just 10 of 49 shots. Macy Schroeder was solid for the Musketeers with a team-high eight points, three steals and two assists.



fort jennings (3-2)

Schimmoeller 1-0--3, Schroeder 3-0--8, Clay 0-0--0, Gable 1-0--2, Lindeman 1-0--2, German 2-0--4, Osting 0-0--0, Clippinger 0-0--0, Kehres 2-0--4, Stechschulte 0-0--0. TOTALS: 10-49 0-4--23.

ottoville (4-0)

Turnwald 3-2--8, Mangas 2-0--4, Vorst 1-1--3, Kaufman 2-0--4, Sarka 2-0--6, Eickholt 2-1--5, Von Sossan 2-0--6, Landwehr 0-0--0, Lindeman 0-0--0, Beining 9-1--19, Wannemacher 0-0--0, Siefker 8-6--22. TOTALS: 31-48 11-22--77.

Fort Jennings 12 5 4 2 -- 23

Ottoville 14 18 17 28 -- 77

3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 3 (Schroeder 2, Schimmoeller 1); Ottoville (Sarka & Von Sossan 2).

rebounds: Fort Jennings 24 (Kehres 8); Ottoville 22.

turnovers: Fort Jennings 17, Ottoville 17.

junior varsity: Ottoville, 28-24.


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