Girls Basketball: Scherger lifts New Riegel over Mohawk

SYCAMORE — Kara Scherger hit a pair of 3-pointers to help spark a pivotal second-quarter run as New Riegel beat Mohawk 53-43 on Tuesday in Midland Athletic League girls basketball.
Scherger finished with 22 points, including six in the second period as New Riegel (12-1, 5-1 MAL) went from a 12-11 lead in the first quarter to a 27-14 halftime advantage.
Taylor Arbogast also scored six of her 14 points in the second to help spur the Blue Jackets. Lauren Ladd added 10 points and Taylor Kirian had seven of New Riegel’s 23 rebounds.
Morgan Noftz scored all five of her points from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to help New Riegel secure the win.
Kasey Adelsperger finished with 14 points, Julie Adelsperger added 13 points and Clara Adelsperger pulled down five rebounds to lead Mohawk (6-7, 3-3).

NEW RIEGEL (12-1, 5-1)
Arbogast 6-2–14, Kirian 1-0–2, Scherger 7-6–22, Ladd 4-2–10, Noftz 0-5–5. TOTALS: 18-43 15-20–53.
MOHAWK (6-7, 3-3)
K. Adelsperger 6-2–14, J. Adelsperger 5-0–13, C. Adelsperger 3-0–7, Cleveland 1-1–3, Weinandy 3-0–6. TOTALS: 18-42 3-7–43.
New Riegel 12 15 12 14 — 53
Mohawk 11 3 25 8 — 43
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 2-6 (Scherger 2); Mohawk 4-14 (J. Adelsperger 3, C. Adelsperger).
rebounds: New Riegel 23 (Kirian 7); Mohawk 16 (C. Adelsperger 5).
turnovers: New Riegel 16, Mohawk 25.
junior varsity: Mohawk 32-29.

OTTOVILLE 27
PANDORA-GILBOA 26
OTTOVILLE — Pandora-Gilboa led at the end of the first three quarters, but Ottoville outscored the Rockets 6-2 in the final frame to rally for a 27-26 Putnam County League girls basketball win Tuesday night.
The Big Green (6-5, 3-0 PCL) trailed 15-14 at halftime and 24-21 after three quarters, but allowed just one basket by Megan Maag in the fourth quarter to edge the Rockets.
Alicia Honigford paced Ottoville with seven points and Taylor Mangas added six points.
Pandora-Gilboa (7-5, 2-2) got a game-high 14 points from Maag.

PANDORA-GILBOA (7-5, 2-2 PCL)
Bre. Hovest 0-0–0, McCullough 1-0–2, Hermiller 0-0–0, O. Maag 2-0–6, M. Maag 7-0–14, Swary 0-0–0, Watkins 0-0–0, Abelovska 2-0–4. TOTALS: 14 0-2–26.
OTTOVILLE (6-5, 3-0 PCL)
Kramer 0-0–0, T. Mangas 3-0–6, B. Mangas 1-2–4, Honigford 3-1–7, Thorbahn 1-0–2, Von Sossan 0-0–0, Landwehr 0-0–0, Lindeman 1-0–3, Le. Wannemacher 0-5–5, L. Wannemacher 0-0–0. TOTALS: 9 8-14–27.
Pandora-Gilboa 9 6 9 2 — 26
Ottoville 7 7 7 6 — 27
3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 2 (O. Maag 2); Ottoville 1 (Lindeman).
junior varsity: Ottoville, 55-29.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 45
ARLINGTON 31
MCGUFFEY — Shelby Spradlin poured in 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Upper Scioto Valley in a 45-31 win over Arlington Tuesday night in a nonconference contest.
The Rams (4-7) jumped out to a 19-8 advantage at halftime and forced the Red Devils into 22 turnovers.
Brittany Holbrook finished with 10 points and Bree Mullins handed out five assists for the Rams.
Haley Dillon led the Red Devils (10-3) with 12 points.

ARLINGTON (10-3)
M. Johnson 0-0–0, Mains 0-1–1, H. Johnson 1-2–4, Dillon 5-2–12, McMath 0-0–0, Heaster 2-0–4, Nichols 4-0–8, Dodds 1-0–2, Schmehl 0-0–0, Alexander 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13 5–31.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (4-7)
Lowery 0-1–1, Holbrook 4-2–10, Spradlin 9-5–23, Mullins 2-2–6, Yaussy 0-0–0, Thacker 1-0–2, Carroll 1-0–3. TOTALS: 17 10–45.
Arlington 5 3 9 14 — 31
Upper Scioto Valley 13 6 11 15 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Arlington 0; Upper Scioto Valley 1 (Carroll).
rebounds: Arlington 22 (Dodds 4); Upper Scioto Valley 21 (Spradlin 7).
turnovers: Arlington 22, Upper Scioto Valley 21.
junior varsity: Arlington, 47-18.

TINORA 37
KALIDA 33
KALIDA — Kalida’s second-half rally fell just a little short Tuesday as Tinora hung on to beat the host Wildcats 37-33 in nonconference girls basketball.
Trailing 19-7 at halftime, Kalida (5-8) outscored Tinora (5-8) 26-18 in the second half. Kylie Osterhage finished with nine points with a pair of 3-pointers and five rebounds to lead Kalida.
Ashley Mack had 10 points and 11 rebounds to pace Tinora in a game that featured 43 turnovers, including 24 by the visiting Rams.

TINORA (5-8)
Mack 4-2–10, Gentit 4-0–9, Wachtman 2-2–6, Bowden 2-1–5, Sanders 1-0–3, Weber 1-0–2, Pedroza 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-27 5-14–37.
KALIDA (5-8)
Osterhage 3-1–9, A. Recker 2-3–7, Gardner 2-0–4, Kaufman 1-0–3, N. Recker 1-0–2, Hoffman 0-1–1. TOTALS: 9-24 6-14–33.
Tinora 9 10 4 14 — 37
Kalida 3 4 10 16 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Tinora 2-10 (Gentit & Sanders); Kalida 3-17 (Osterhage 2, Kaufman).
rebounds: Tinora 21 (Mack 11); Kalida 13 (Osterhage 5).
turnovers: Tinora 24, Kalida 19.
ST. WENDELIN 43
NORTHWOOD 21
NORTHWOOD — Kamryn Troike recorded a double-double of 16 points and 11 rebounds, in addition to two steals and two blocks to lead St. Wendelin to a 43-21 nonconference victory Tuesday night against Northwood.
The Mohawks, who improved to 7-4 on the season, built a 20-5 halftime lead and used a 14-4 third-quarter advantage to push the margin to 34-9 entering the final period.
St. Wendelin won the rebounding battle 27-15 and recorded 16 steals as a team.
The Rangers (1-10) were 8 of 37 (22 percent) from the floor and committed 24 turnovers.
Allie Rutter finished with nine points, five steals and two assists, while Edy Mowrey added seven points, four steals and two assists and Hailee Burns nabbed three steals.

Fostoria ST. WENDELIN (7-4)
Troike 7-2–16, Rutter 3-1–9, Mowrey 3-1–7, McAfee 1-3–6, Burns 2-1–5, Krout 0-0–0, Reineck 0-0–0, Weidner 0-0–0, Frohnen 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-44 8-17–43.
NORTHWOOD (1-10)
Matney 3-0–6, Cruz 1-2–4, Roach 2-0–4, Wojcinski 1-1–3, Rable 1-0–2, Carillo 0-2–2, Sawmiller 0-0–0, Artino 0-0–0, Laviolette 0-0–0, Zapata 0-0–0. TOTALS: 8-37 5-5–21.
St. Wendelin 12 8 14 9 — 43
Northwood 5 0 4 12 — 21
3-Point GOALS: St. Wendelin 3-13 (Rutter 2, McAfee); Northwood 0-4.
rebounds: St. Wendelin 27 (Troike 11); Northwood 15 (Sawmiller 3).
turnovers: St. Wendelin 16, Northwood 24.
VANLUE 47
MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 27
VANLUE — Haley Bonham dropped in 13 points to go with eight rebounds and seven assists as Vanlue blasted Monclova Christian 47-27 in nonleague girls basketball action Tuesday night.
The Wildcats (4-10) doubled up the Thunder 12-6 in the first quarter and raised that advantage to 21-9 at halftime.
Vanlue was 20 of 56 (36 percent) from the field and outrebounded Monclova Christian 38-17.
Chloe Kromer added 13 points and Kate Clymer finished with nine points and four steals for Vanlue.
The Thunder (5-4) were led by Rachel Keiser’s 14 points and Kenzie Simon notched 12 points, eight steals and two assists.

MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN (5-4)
Keiser 4-6–14, Simon 4-3–12, Bersinger 0-1–1. TOTALS: 8 10–27.
VANLUE (4-10)
C. Gerschutz 0-0–0, H. Gerschutz 1-0–2, Clymer 4-1–9, Bonham 6-1–13, Kloepfer 2-2–6, Kromer 5-3–13, Kin 0-0–0, Hartman 1-0–2, Roof 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-56 7-15–47.
Monclova Christian 6 3 8 10 — 27
Vanlue 12 9 13 13 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Monclova Christian 1 (Simon); Vanlue 0-4.
rebounds: Monclova Christian 17 (Bersinger 7); Vanlue 38 (Bonham 8).
turnovers: Monclova Christian 13, Vanlue 15.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 63
GIBSONBURG 45
GIBSONBURG — Hope Brickner’s 17 points led a balanced scoring attack in Hopewell-Loudon’s 63-45 nonconference win over Gibsonburg Tuesday night.
Courtney Burns added 15 points and seven rebounds while Aleta Daniel tallied 14 points, six rebounds and five assists as the Chieftains improved to 7-4.
The Chieftains forced 28 turnovers from the Golden Bears (4-6) while committing only 14 of their own.
Brittney Holcomb led Gibsonburg with 14 points and seven rebounds.
Brooke Arbogast had nine rebounds and seven points for Hopewell-Loudon.
Hopewell-Loudon (7-4)
Burns 6-3–15, Daniel 6-0–14, Brickner 7-3–17, Arbogast 3-1–7, Siegel 1-2–4, Bouillon 0-0–0, Park 0-3–3, Leiter 1-1–3, Searles 0-0–0. TOTALS: 24-66 13-22–63.
Gibsonburg (4-6)
Pearles 0-3–3, Fork 4-0–9, Alvarado 2-0–6, Shammo 3-0–6, Roberts 0-2–2, Widmer 0-1–1, Mancha 2-0–4, Holcomb 6-0–2. TOTALS: 17-49 8-12–45.
Hopewell-Loudon 16 15 23 9 — 63
Gibsonburg 9 16 16 4 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 2-13 (Daniel 2); Gibsonburg 3-9 (Alvarado 2, Fork).
REBOUNDS: Hopewell-Loudon 40 (Arbogast 9); Gibsonburg (Holcomb 7, Roberts).
TURNOVERS: Hopewell-Loudon 14, Gibsonburg 28.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Gibsonburg, 36-29.
AYERSVILLE 72
VAN BUREN 51
DEFIANCE — Eight players scored Tuesday for Van Buren, but it wasn’t enough to stop a hot-shooting Ayersville team, which beat the Black Knights 72-51 in nonconference girls basketball action.
Megan Schubert finished with a game-high 24 points and 14 rebounds to lead Ayersville (9-3), which hit 58 percent (29 of 50) of its field goal attempts.
Brittany Addington scored 16 points and Molly Hammersmith had 12 points and nine assists for Ayersville. The Pilots outrebounded Van Buren 44-27.
Paige Sudlow led Van Buren (1-10) with 12 points and eight rebounds. Madi Endicott and Nichole Miller had 10 points each and Lexi Hassan handed out four assists for the Black Knights.

VAN BUREN (1-10)
Wise 2-1–5, Endicott 4-2–10, Miller 3-3–10, Wymer 1-0″”3, Lasley 1-3–6, Hassan 1-1_3, Sudlow 4-3–12, Edler 1-0″”2. TOTALS: 17-56 13-26–51.
AYERSVILLE (9-3)
Tressler 3-0–6, N. Hammersmith 0-3–3, Bailey 1-0–2, M. Hammersmith 3-6–12, Schubert 11-2–24, Addington 8-0–16, Johnston 1-3–5, Angel 2-0–4. TOTALS: 29-51 14-29–72.
Van Buren 11 12 14 14 — 51
Ayersville 20 20 18 22 — 72
3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 4-22 (Sudlow, Lasley, Wymer & Miller); Ayersville 0-1.
rebounds: Van Buren 27 (Sudlow 8); Ayersville 44 (Schubert 14).
turnovers: Van Buren 19, Ayersville 18.
UPPER SANDUSKY 63
CRESTLINE 18
UPPER SANDUSKY — Taylor Graboski, Emma Smith and Kalene Johnson scored a combined 46 points and Upper Sandusky made two-thirds of its field goal attempts as the Rams easily beat Crestline 63-18 on Tuesday in North Central Conference girls basketball action.
Graboski scored 16 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, nearly outrebounding the entire Crestline team by herself to lead Upper Sandusky (7-5, 5-3). Smith matched Graboski’s 16 points and added seven steals, and Johnson had 14 points and nine rebounds for the Rams, who outrebounded Crestline 36-17.
Jenna Holly had eight steals and Sierra Carey dished out six assists for Upper Sandusky.
Kenzie Byers had seven points for Crestline (1-10, 0-7).
BUCYRUS 61
RIVERDALE 56
BUCYRUS — Bucyrus dropped Riverdale 61-56 Tuesday night to hand the Falcons their first North Central Conference loss of the season.
The Redmen improved to 11-2 overall and 6-2 in the NCC, while Riverdale fell to 8-3 and 6-1.
No other information was available Tuesday night.

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