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Monday, February 04, 2013

Girls basketball: Big Green wrap up perfect run in PCL
OTTOVILLE -- Ottoville's girls basketball team completed a perfect run through the Putnam County League on Saturday night as the Big Green topped Leipsic 67-45.

The Big Green, the No. 1 team in the latest Associated Press Division IV girls basketball poll, improved to 19-0 overall and 7-0 in the PCL with the win. Leipsic fell to 11-6 and 4-2.

Taylor Mangas led three Ottoville players in double figures with 18 points. Rachel Turnwald netted 14 points and Nichole Vorst chipped in 11 for the Big Green, who won their 30th straight PCL contest and 43rd consecutive regular season game.

Haley Gerten was the lone Leipsic player in double figures with 11 points.



Leipsic (11-6, 4-2)

N. Kreinbrink 0-0--0, H. Kreinbrink 1-1--4, Morman 2-4--8, Gerdeman 2-1--5, Nadler 1-2--4, H. Gerten 4-2--11, Steffan 2-0--4, Schroeder 1-0--3, K. Gerten 3-0--6. TOTALS: 16 10-16--45.

Ottoville (19-0, 7-0)

Turnwald 4-4--14, Mangas 7-0--18, Vorst 4-1--11, Eickholt 1-2--5, VonSossan 0-1--1, Lindeman 1-0--3, Beining 2-0--4, Le. Wannemacher 1-0--2, Siefker 2-5--9. TOTALS: 22 13-21--67.

Leipsic 7 15 10 13 -- 45

Ottoville 18 20 18 11 -- 67

3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 10 (3 (H. Kreinbrink, H. Gerten & Schroeder); Mangas 4, Turnwald & Vorst 2, Lindeman & Eickholt); Leipsic 3 (H. Gerten, Schroeder, H. Kreinbrink).

junior varsity: Ottoville, 18-16.



PANDORA-GILBOA 41

KALIDA 38

PANDORA -- Pandora-Gilboa played well during the middle two quarters and held on at the end for a 41-38 Putnam County League win Saturday over Kalida.

Megan Maag led the Rockets (12-7, 4-2 PCL) with 12 points. Keri Conine and Hunter Hermiller added nine and eight points, respectively. Conine snared seven rebounds as well.

Jackie Gardner clicked for 12 points for the Wildcats (10-7, 3-2).



KALIDA (10-7, 3-2)

Gardner 2-2-2--12, Holtkamp 1-0--2, Smith 3-2--8, Honigfort 1-0--3, Osterhage 2-0--4, Kahle 4-0--9. TOTALS: 15-46 4-6--38.

pandora-gilboa (12-7, 4-2)

Williams 2-1--7, McCullough 2-0--5, Hermiller 3-0--8, Maag 6-0--12, Conine 2-1-2--9. TOTALS: 16-40 3-6--41.

Kalida

10 2 9 13 -- 38

Pandora-Gilboa 4 12 14 11 -- 41

3-Point GOALS: Kalida 4-15 (Gardner 2, Honigfort & Kahle 1); Pandora-Gilboa 6-16 (Williams & Hermiller 2, McCullough & Conine 1).

rebounds: Kalida 30; Pandora-Gilboa 19 (Conine 7, McCullough 6).

turnovers: Kalida 17, Pandora-Gilboa 18.

junior varsity: Pandora-Gilboa, 33-25.



MILLER CITY 60

WAYNE TRACE 53

HAVILAND -- Melissa Michel made numerous contributions Saturday as Miller City won its second game in a row, 60-53 over Wayne Trace in nonconference girls basketball action.

Michel achieved a double-double with a game-high 20 points and 13 rebounds. She also contributed five steals and five assists for Miller City (4-15).

Brandi Gerschutz scored 14 points and Cassilyn Niese added 10. Haley Lammers grabbed six rebounds and passed off four assists for the Wildcats, who made 20 of 32 free throws.

Erin Mohr scored 17 points and had 11 rebounds for the Raiders (5-14).



miller city (4-15)

Gerschutz 4-3--17, Klear 2-0--4, Simon 2-2--6, Michel 4-11--20, Lammers 3-0--6, Niese 3-4--10. TOTALS: 18-40 20-32--60.

wayne trace (5-14)

Zartman 3-0--6, Mohr 7-3--17, Egnor 2-2--7, Fensby 4-0--8, Young 3-3--9, Sinn 3-0—6. TOTALS: 22-59 8-15--53.

Miller City 14 19 13 14 -- 60

Wayne Trace 11 17 13 12 -- 53

3-Point GOALS: Miller City 4-9 (Gerschutz 3, Michel 1); Wayne Trace 1-9 (Egnor 1).

rebounds: Miller City 29 (Michel 13, Lammers 6); Wayne Trace 41 (Mohr 11).

turnovers: Miller City 22, Wayne Trace 25.

junior varsity: Wayne Trace, 53-35.

CONTINENTAL 48

PAULDINNG 30

PAULDING -- Levi Weller led Continental as the Pirates defeated Paulding 48-30 Saturday in a nonconference girls basketball game.

With the score even at 20 at the half, the Pirates (13-5) outscored the Panthers (4-14) 28-10 in the second half.

Weller scored a game-high 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Pirates. Taylor Williamson contributed 10 points.

Abbey Edwards was the leading scorer for the Panthers (4-14) with nine points.



CONTINENTAL (13-5)

Fitzwater 1-1--3, Williamson 3-2--10, Koppenhofer 0-1--1, Zachrich 2-0--4, Ordway 4-1--9, Kindilien 1-0--2, Weller 8-1--19. TOTALS: 19-52 8-18--48.

PAULDING (4-14)

Edwards 4-0--9, McCullough 3-0--7, Combs 4-0--8, Pease 1-0--2, Reinhart 2-0--4. TOTALS: 14-44 0-3--30.

Continental 10 10 11 17 -- 48

Paulding 10 10 6 4 -- 30

3-Point GOALS: Continental 2 (Williamson); Paulding 2 (Edwards & McCullough).

rebounds: Continental 26, Paulding 30.

turnovers: Continental 6, Paulding 21.

junior varsity: Continental, 43-32.



RIVERDALE 63

ONTARIO 52

MOUNT BLANCHARD -- Riverdale made 28 of 33 free-throw attempts Saturday which helped the Falcons come back from an 11-point first-quarter deficit to beat Ontario 63-52 in North Central Conference girls basketball action.

Jordyn Wright had a big day for Riverdale (10-9, 7-4 NCC) with 18 points, including a 9 of 10 mark from the stripe.

Taylor Frey scored 16 points for the Falcons, who won their third straight game. Bre Parish had nine points, nine rebounds and three assists.

Emily Wood led Ontario (10-9, 4-7) with 13 points, while Maribeth Tagg and Jayde Niss added 11 and 10 points, respectively.



ontario (10-9, 4-7)

Hairston 2-0--6, Papst 2-1—6, Wood 5-3--13, Niss 2-5--10, Tagg 5-1--11, Barnhill 3-0--6. TOTALS: 19-60 10-19--52.

riverdale (10-9, 7-4)

Farrow 1-3--5, T. Wright 2-4--8, Parish 2-5--9, J. Wright 4-9--18, Evans 2-2--6, Frey 5-4--16, Walter 0-1--1. TOTALS: 16-48 28-33--63.

Ontario 20 10 9 13 -- 52

Riverdale 9 17 18 19 -- 63

3-Point GOALS: Ontario 4-13 (Hairston 2, Papst & Niss 1); Riverdale 3-8 (Frey 2, J. Wright 1).

rebounds: Ontario 37 (Barnhill 9); Riverdale 29 (Parish 9).

turnovers: Ontario 19, Riverdale 18.

junior varsity: Ontario, 37-28.



UPPER SANDUSKY 42

BUCKEYE CENTRAL 29

NEW WASHINGTON -- Kalene Johnson and Jorden Born combined for 11 points in the first quarter Saturday as Upper Sandusky jumped out to a 13-2 lead on its way to a 42-29 North Central Conference win over Buckeye Central.

Born paced the Rams (16-3, 11-0 NCC) with 16 points and seven rebounds. Johnson scored nine points. Amber Cox and Taylor Graboski each had four steals.

Sammi Marcum led Buckeye Central (3-15, 3-8) with seven points.



upper sandusky (16-3, 11-0)

Cox 1-0--3, Snyder 2-2--6, Cameron 1-0--2, Born 7-2--16, Johnson 4-1--9, Graboski 1-4--6. TOTALS: 16-49 9-15--42.

buckeye central (3-15, 3-8)

Karl 3-0--6, Kimmel 3-0--6, Hanes 2-0--4, Weithman 2-0--4, Marcum 3-0--7, Delarber 1-0--2. TOTALS: 14 0-5--29.

Upper Sandusky 13 12 12 5 -- 42

Buckeye Central 2 9 14 4 -- 29

3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 1-10 (Cox 1); Buckeye Central 1 (Marcum 1).

rebounds: Upper Sandusky 23 (Graboski & Born 7).

turnovers: Upper Sandusky 12, Buckeye Central 18.

junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 40-21.


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