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Girls Basketball Roundup: Leipsic rallies to top Columbus Grove

COLUMBUS GROVE — Leipsic’s 24-3 fourth-quarter advantage helped the Vikings score a 45-35 come-from-behind win over Columbus Grovein a Putnam County League girls basketball game Saturday.
Columbus Grove led 32-21 heading into the fourth quarter before the Vikings’ rally.
Haley Gerten scored a game-high 17 points for Leipsic (10-3, 4-0 PCL). Shalynn Morman added 10 points, including two 3-pointers.
The Vikings won the battle at the free throw line, shooting 17 of 23 (74 percent) compared to the Bulldogs’ 7 of 13 (54 percent).
Both teams struggled shooting from the floor. Leipsic was 13-37 (35 percent) and Columbus Grove was 12-45 (27 percent).
Julia Wynn had eight points and 10 rebounds to lead Columbus Grove (8-5, 2-2 PCL).

leipsic (10-3, 4-0 pcl)
Morman 3-2–10, Rieman 0-3–3, Gerdeman 2-2–6, Nadler 4-1–9, Gerten 4-9–17. TOTALS: 13-37 17-23–45.
columbus grove (8-5, 2-2 pcl)
McCluer 1-1–4, Clement 2-2–7, Stechschulte 2-0–4, Schumacher 3-0–7, Wynn 2-4–8, Yinger 1-0–3, Diller 1-0–2, Vorhees 0-0–0, Endicott 0-0–0, Hoffman 0-0–0, Wurth 0-0–0. TOTALS: 12-45 7-13–35.
Leipsic 9 4 8 24 — 45
Columbus Grove 9 5 18 8 — 35
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 2 (Morman 2); Columbus Grove 4 (McCluer, Clement, Schumacher & Yinger).
rebounds: Leipsic 18; Columbus Grove 25 (Wynn 10).
turnovers: Leipsic 11, Columbus Grove 13.
junior varsity: Leipsic, 37-32.
CAREY 61
VANLUE 17
CAREY — Ali Rymer led three Carey players in double figures with 13 points to go with seven rebounds Saturday as the Blue Devils blitzed Vanlue 61-17 in a nonconference girls basketball game.
Carey, which moved to 12-0 on the season, jumped out to a 14-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and held a 33-8 advantage at halftime.
The Blue Devils were able to cash in at the free-throw line, hitting 16 of 21 (76 percent) attempts, while the Wildcats struggled through a 4 of 12 (33 percent) showing from the line.
Hannah Draper tallied 11 points and four assists, Logan Johnson added 10 points and Mackenzie Wentling recorded four steals for Carey.
Vanlue (2-9) was led by Haley Bonham’s seven points.

VANLUE (2-9)
Wagner 0-0–0, H. Gershultz 1-0–2, Kromer 1-1–3, Kin 0-0–0, Bonham 3-1–7, C. Gershultz 0-2–2, Roof 0-0–0, Clymer 1-0–3, Kloepfer 0-0–0, Hartman 0-0–0. TOTALS: 6 4-12–17.
CAREY (12-0)
Kin 3-1–7, Bosh 0-0–0, S. Wentling 3-2–9, M. Wentling 1-2–4, Worst 0-0–0, Hall 0-0–0, Hoepf 2-0–5, Rymer 5-3–13, Johnson 3-4–10, G. Wentling 1-0–2, Draper 3-4–11. TOTALS: 21 16-21–61.
Vanlue 2 6 7 2 — 17
Carey 14 19 16 12 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 1 (Clymer); Carey 3 (S. Wentling, Hoepf & Draper).
turnovers: Vanlue 28; Carey 11.
junior varsity: Carey, 59-18.
CORY-RAWSON 53
RIDGEMONT 16
RIDGEWAY — Led by Kiley Scott’s 15-point effort, Cory-Rawson raced out to a 19-0 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 53-16 nonleague girls basketball victory against Ridgemont on Saturday.
The Hornets (6-8) finished 23 of 49 (47 percent) from the field, while committing nine turnovers, handing out 19 assists and nabbing 15 steals.
Kendra Tuttle had 11 points, seven steals and six assists, Megan Ritter added 10 points and Chelsea Burkholder grabbed six of Cory-Rawson’s 33 rebounds.
Shelby Christian and Sara McFadden each finished with four points to pace Ridgemont (3-8).

CORY-RAWSON (6-8)
Scott 7-2–15, Biery 0-0–0, M. Burkholder 4-0–8, Von Stein 0-0–0, Ritter 4-2–10, Tuttle 4-2–11, Heldman 0-0–0, Rettig 0-0–0, C. Burkholder 1-0–2, Galvan 3-1–7. TOTALS: 23-49 5-10–53.
RIDGEMONT (3-8)
Creamer 1-0–2, McCullough 1-0–2, M. Totten 0-0–0, McKee 0-0–0, Wagner 0-0–0, S. Totten 1-0–2, Cronley 1-0–2, McFadden 2-0–4, Billenstein 0-0–0, Christian 1-2–4, Lingo 0-0–0. TOTALS: 7 2-7–16.
Cory-Rawson 19 8 14 12 — 53
Ridgemont 0 4 10 2 — 16
3-Point GOALS: Cory-Rawson 2-8 (Scott, Tuttle); Ridgemont none.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 44
HARDIN NORTHERN 37
BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon used a 13-7 second-quarter run to build a 21-14 halftime cushion and held off Hardin Northern down the stretch for a 44-37 nonconference girls basketball victory Saturday.
The Chieftains (6-4) shot just 13 of 43 (30 percent) from the field and committed 25 turnovers, but were helped by a 46-26 advantage on the glass, including a 19-7 edge in offensive rebounds.
Hardin Northern went 15 of 45 (33 percent) from the floor and made just 4 of 14 (29 percent) of its free throws.
Courtney Burns finished with a team-high 15 points and Aleta Daniel added nine for Hopewell-Loudon.
Holly Wilson had game highs of 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Polar Bears (1-13).

HARDIN NORTHERN (1-13)
Campbell 0-0–0, Curtis 2-1–6, S. Schlatter 1-0–2, M. Wilson 0-0–0, Watts 1-1–4, Madison 1-0–2, Roth 0-0–0, H. Wilson 9-0–19, Cook 0-0–0, K. Schlatter 0-0–0, Hooker 1-2–4, Dye 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-45 4-14–37.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON (6-4)
Burns 4-6–15, Bouillon 0-0–0, Feindel 1-0–2, Daniel 3-1–9, Leiter 2-3–7, Park 0-3–3, Siegel 0-0–0, Gregg 0-0–0, Arbogast 2-0–4, Brickner 1-2–4. TOTALS: 13-43 15-30–44.
Hardin Northern 7 7 13 10 — 37
Hopewell-Loudon 8 13 11 12 — 44
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 3-12 (Curtis, Watts & H. Wilson); Hopewell-Loudon 3-9 (Daniel 2, Burns).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 26 (H. Wilson 10); Hopewell-Loudon 46.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 16, Hopewell-Loudon 25.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 32-24.

ALLEN EAST 55
KALIDA 47
KALIDA — Kylie Osterhage had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Kalida but the Wildcats still fell to Allen East 55-47 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
Allen East’s 16-9 first-quarter advantage proved to be the difference. Kaycee Rowe had 20 points and nine rebounds to lead the Mustangs (8-4).
The Wildcats (5-7) were 16 of 48 (33 percent) shooting from the floor, and 11 of 13 (85 percent) from the free-throw line. The Mustangs were 18 of 39 (46 percent) shooting and 17 of 20 (85 percent) from the line.

allen east (8-4)
Rowe 7-6–20, Clum 6-0–13, Conkle 2-4–8, A. Woods 1-5–8, L. Woods 2-0–4, Plaugher 0-2–2, Richardson 0-0–0. TOTALS: 18-39 17-20–55.
kalida (5-7)
Osterhage 7-8–24, Kaufman 2-2–7, Hoffman 2-0–5, A. Recker 2-1–5, N. Recker 2-0–4, Turnwald 1-0–2, Vorst 0-0–0, Siebeneck 0-0–0, Reindel 0-0–0, Kahle 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-48 11-13–47.
Allen East 16 14 12 13 — 55
Kalida 9 12 11 15 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Allen East 2 (Clum & A. Woods 1); Kalida 4 (Osterhage 2, Kaufman & Hoffman 1).
rebounds: Allen East 23 (Rowe 9); Kalida 27 (Osterhage 10).
turnovers: Allen East 14, Kalida 16.
junior varsity: Kalida, 39-13.

MCCOMB 65
NORTH BALTIMORE 32
MCCOMB — Emily Clymer scored 22 points and Nora Hemminger added 16 to lead McComb’s girls basketball team over North Baltimore 65-32 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
McComb (8-5) outscored North Baltimore 18-0 in the second quarter and 18-6 in the third quarter to break open a tight game.
Clymer also had a team-high nine rebounds for the Panthers and Brenna Dee scored in double figures with 13 points. McComb was 24 of 51 (47 percent) from the floor and 13 of 19 (68 percent) from the free-throw line.
Olivia Frost scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead North Baltimore (5-8).
north baltimore (5-8)
Davis 2-0–4, Trumbull 1-2–4, Powell 4-0–10, Frost 6-0–12, Boyer 1-0–2, Rister 0-0–0, Stewart 0-0–0, Schloemp 0-0–0, Fleckner 0-0–0, Grilliot 0-0–0. TOTALS: 14-41 2-13–32.
mccomb (8-5)
Hemminger 5-5–16, Buck 1-0–2, Dee 6-0–13, Hammond 1-0–3, Clymer 8-6–22, Herr 2-2–7, Reigle 1-0–2. TOTALS: 24-51 13-19–65.
North Baltimore 14 0 6 12 — 32
McComb 15 18 18 14 — 65
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 2 (Powell 2); McComb 4 (Hemminger, Dee, Hammond & Herr 1).
rebounds: North Baltimore 26 (Frost 12); McComb 31.
turnovers: North Baltimore 28, McComb 10.

PANDORA-GILBOA 46
FORT JENNINGS 12
PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa’s Megan Maag scored 12 points to match Fort Jennings’ point total for the game as the Rockets racked up a 46-12 Putnam County League girls basketball win over the Musketeers Saturday afternoon.
Anna Abelovska scored eight points and Vanessa McCullough netted seven points with six assists and three steals for the Rockets (7-4, 1-1 PCL).
Cassie Lindeman scored five points for the Musketeers (2-11, 0-3), who were just 5 of 35 from the field and 1 of 12 from the foul line.

FORT JENNINGS (2-11, 0-3 PCL)
Lindeman 2-1–5, Calvelage 2-0–4, Jettinghoff 1-0–3. TOTALS: 5-35 1-12–12.
PANDORA-GILBOA (7-4, 1-1 PCL)
Bre. Hovest 0-1–1, McCullough 3-0–7, Hermiller 2-0–4, O. Maag 1-0–3, Bri. Hovest 1-2–4, M. Maag 6-0–12, Watkins 2-0–4, Abelovska 4-0–8, Macke 1-1–3. TOTALS: 20-52 4-10–46.
Fort Jennings 5 2 3 2 — 12
Pandora-Gilboa 13 13 4 16 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 1-12 (Jettinghoff); Pandora-Gilboa 1-8 (McCullough).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 31 (M. Maag 6); Fort Jennings 25.
turnovers: Fort Jennings 26, Pandora-Gilboa 14.
ARCADIA 57
OLD FORT 38
ARCADIA — Molly Glick and Courtney Cramer combined for 40 points Saturday night as Arcadia blew past Old Fort in the second half to post a 57-38 win in a nonleague matchup.
The Redskins upped their record to 8-3 by outscoring the Stockaders 39-17 over the final two quarters after trailing 21-18 at halftime.
Arcadia won the battle on the glass by a 39-26 margin and committed just eight turnovers, while forcing Old Fort into 21.
The Stockaders (10-2) were 11 of 37 (30 percent) from the field in the game and hit 14 of 27 (52 percent) from the foul line.
Glick recorded eight rebounds and seven steals in addition to her game-high 21 points, Cramer netted 19 points and had five steals and Rebecca Kirian snared 10 rebounds and handed out three assists.
Old Fort got 13 points from Peyton Miller and Mackenzie Ward finished with nine points.

OLD FORT (10-2)
Adelsperger 0-1–1, Miller 2-3–7, Reineck 0-0–0, Bilger 0-0–0, Ward 3-3–9, Miller 4-3–13, Hartsel 0-0–0, Kimmet 0-0–0, Bell 1-0–2, Magers 1-3–5, Davidson 0-1–1. TOTALS: 11-37 14-27 — 38.
ARCADIA (8-3)
M. Mock 0-0–0, Kieffer 0-0–0, Kirian 1-0–2, Ball 0-0–0, Piña 1-3–5, Glick 8-5–21, Cramer 7-3–19, Dauterman 2-2–6, Ware 0-1–1, Coward 0-1–1, A. Mock 1-0–2, Ward 0-0–0. TOTALS: 20-53 15-30 — 57.
Old Fort 6 15 7 10 — 38
Arcadia 11 7 20 19 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 2-7 (Miller 2); Arcadia 2-4 (Cramer 2).
rebounds: Old Fort 26; Arcadia 39 (Kirian 10).
turnovers: Old Fort 21; Arcadia 8.
junior varsity: Arcadia, 42-31.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 55
DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 36
DELPHOS — Ottawa-Glandorf’s girls basketball team grabbed its 10th win of the season by whipping Delphos St. John’s 55-36 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
The Titans, the No. 9 team in the latest Division III Associated Press state girls basketball poll, improved to 10-2 while dropping the Blue Jays to 4-8.
EASTWOOD 56
FOSTORIA 52
PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood’s girls basketball team picked up its first Northern Buckeye Conference won of the season as the Eagles stopped Fostoria 56-52 on Saturday.
The Eagles improved to 2-11 and 1-7 in the NBC while Fostoria fell to 1-10 and 0-7.
No other information on the game was available Saturday night.

ADA 59
KENTON 50
ADA — Tori Wyss dropped 29 points to lead Ada’s girls basketball team to a 59-50 nonconference girls basketball win over Kenton on Saturday.
The Bulldogs (6-5) were 28 of 42 (67 percent) from the free throw line, with Wyss making 19 foul shots. Kenton was 14 of 29 (48 percent).
Alexis Amburgey also scored in double figures for Ada with 10 points.
Brooke Bostelman had 14 points to lead Kenton (6-7).
junior varsity: Kenton, 40-35.

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