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Girls basketball: Titans wrap up 20-win season

OTTAWA — Kristen Miller and Elissa Ellerbrock scored 12 points each and for Ottawa-Glandorf forced 26 turnovers in crushing Bryan 68-31 in a nonconference game Saturday.
O-G (20-2) finishes the regular season on a 16-game winning streak. The Titans next face either Elmwood or Bluffton in the Division III sectional finals Saturday at Riverdale.
Kylie White added 10 points and grabbed a game-high eight rebounds for the Titans, who outscored Bryan 35-13 in the second half. Hannah Schimmoeller and Brooke Vollmer each scored nine points for Bryan (9-12).

bryan (9-12)
Miley 1-0–2, Vollmer 1-7–9, Schimmoeller 4-0–9, Brown 2-0–5, Fruth 3-4–6, Scantlen 0-0–0, Zuver 0-0–0, Sabins 0-0–0, Shuherk 0-0–0. TOTALS: 11-27 7-13–31.
ottawa-glandorf (20-2)
Maag 1-4–7, D. Ellerbrock 1-4–6, E. Ellerbrock 6-0–12, Miller 5-0–12, Bellman 1-2–4, Basinger 0-2–2, Schroeder 3-2–8, Hempfling 0-1–1, Rosselit 3-0–6, White 5-0–10, Verhoff 0-0–0. TOTALS: 25-64 15-18–68.
Bryan 7 11 6 7 — 31
Ottawa-Glandorf 14 19 20 15 — 68
3-Point GOALS: Bryan 2-5 (Schimmoeller & Brown 1); Ottawa-Glandorf 3 (Miller 2, Maag 1).
rebounds: Bryan 19 (Vollmer 5); Ottawa-Glandorf 28 (White 8).
turnovers: Bryan 26, Ottawa-Glandorf 12.
junior varsity: Ottawa-Glandorf, 48-18.
ANTHONY WAYNE 54
LIBERTY-BENTON 50
Anthony Wayne’s 14-7 fourth-quarter advantage proved to be the difference as the Generals ended Liberty-Benton’s 19-game winning streak with a 54-50 win in nonleague girls basketball action Saturday.
Victoria Burdo and Sara Zankl each scored 14 points for Anthony Wayne. The Generals (15-6) shot an even 50 percent (18 of 36) from the floor, had a 13-5 advantage at the free-throw line, and outrebounded Liberty-Benton 23-14.
Rachel Myers’ 15 points and five assists led Liberty-Benton (19-2). Nicolette Devincentis added 14 points, including four 3-pointers, and Lauren Kotey scored 10 points and grabbed four rebounds.

anthony wayne (15-6)
Bahr 0-1–1, Allen 1-6–9, Bonivel 3-0–6, Burdo 5-0–14, Krieg 3-2–8, Hood 1-0–2, Zankl 5-4–14. TOTALS: 18-36 13-15–54.
liberty-benton (19-2)
Kotey 5-0–10, Myers 4-5–15, Lyon 2-0–4, Hiegel 2-0–4, Devincentis 5-0–14, Reynolds 1-0–3. TOTALS: 19-37 5-6–54.
Anthony Wayne 7 18 15 14 — 54
Liberty-Benton 14 17 12 7 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Anthony Wayne 5-12 (Burdo 4, Allen 1); Liberty-Benton 6-18 (Devincentis 4, Myers 2).
rebounds: Anthony Wayne 23; Liberty-Benton 14 (Kotey 4).
turnovers: Anthony Wayne 9, Liberty-Benton 10.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 24-20.
ARCADIA 62
ADA 59
ARCADIA — Molly Glick erupted for 31 points and Courtney Cramer added 18 as Arcadia edged Ada 62-59 in nonconference girls basketball action Saturday.
Ada forged a 17-12 first-quarter lead in a see-saw matchup. An 18-10 Arcadia advantage in the second quarter put the Redskins (17-5) ahead 30-27 at halftime.
Glick added a game-high nine rebounds and drained three 3-pointers.
Tori Wyss scored 20 points to lead Ada (8-13). Lindsay Walden added 12 points and grabbed a team-high six rebounds.

ada (8-13)
Amburgey 3-0–6, Faine 2-2–7, Wildman 2-3–8, Walden 5-2–12, H. Wyss 2-0–6, T. Wyss 5-7–20, Gonzaga 0-0–0, Marshall 0-0–0, Archer 0-0–0. TOTALS: 19-45 14-18–59.
arcadia (17-5)
Kirian 2-0–5, Glick 11-6–31, Cramer 4-8–18, Dauterman 2-3–7, Ware 0-1–1, M. Mock 0-0–0, Ball 0-0–0. TOTALS: 19-43 18-27–62.
Ada 17 10 15 17 — 59
Arcadia 12 18 13 19 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Ada 7-20 (T. Wyss 3, H. Wyss 2, Faine & Wildman 1); Arcadia 6-19 (Glick 3, Cramer 2, Kirian 1).
rebounds: Ada 23 (Walden 6); Arcadia 25 (Glick 9).
turnovers: Ada 9, Arcadia 9.
junior varsity: Arcadia, 32-27.
FINDLAY 38
DEFIANCE 29
DEFIANCE — Findlay’s 13 of 18 performance at the line proved to be the difference as the Trojans’ girls basketball team closed the regular season Saturday with a 38-29 nonconference win over Defiance.
The Trojans (3-19) finished with a six-point edge at the foul line as Defiance (5-17) connected on just 7 of 14.
Sarah Smarkel scored 11 points and Jenny Vielhaber added eight for the Trojans, who will face Lima Senior on Tuesday in the Division I girls sectional tournament at Fostoria.
Laura Schrag netted 11 for the Bulldogs.

FINDLAY (3-19)
Swisher 2-0–4, Bendt 1-0–2, Smarkel 3-3–11, Hardesty 0-6–6, Thomas 3-0–7, Vielhaber 2-4–8. TOTALS: 8 3 13-18–38.
DEFIANCE (5-17)
Lamb 1-0–3, Naton 2-2–7, Miller 3-2–8, Schrag 4-3–11. TOTALS: 8 2 7-14–29.
Defiance 5 7 8 9 — 29
Findlay 12 7 6 13 — 38
3-Point GOALS: Findlay 3 (Smarkel 2, Thomas); Defiance 2 (Lamb & Naton).
junior varsity: Findlay, 56-49, OT.
PANDORA-GILBOA 54
COLUMBUS GROVE 47
PANDORA — Megan Maag poured in 20 points and Olivia Maag added 13 as Pandora-Gilboa knocked off Route 12 rival Columbus Grove 54-47 in a Putnam County League girls basketball game Saturday.
Pandora-Gilboa (14-8, 5-2 PCL) shot 20 of 39 (51 percent) from the floor and outscored Grove 10-8 from the line despite converting only 10 of 21 (48 percent) free throws.
Rachel Schumacher and Jade Clement each scored eight points for Columbus Grove (13-9, 4-3 PCL), which trailed 29-18 at the half.

columbus Grove (13-9, 4-3 PCL)
Schumacher 3-1–8, Stechschulte 2-0–5, Wynn 2-3–7, McCluer 2-2–6, Clement 3-2–8, Yinger 2-0–5, Diller 2-0–4, Hoffman 2-0–4. TOTALS: 18-43 8-11–47.
Pandora-Gilboa (14-8, 5-2 PCL)
Hermiller 2-0–5, O. Maag 5-0–13, M. Maag 7-6–20, Swary 1-0–2, Watkins 2-4–8, Abelovska 3-0–6. TOTALS: 20-39 10-21–54.
Columbus Grove 9 9 12 17 — 47
Pandora-Gilboa 19 10 13 12 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 3-11 (Schumacher, Stechschulte & Yinger 1); Pandora-Gilboa 4-9 (O. Maag 3, Hermiller 1).
rebounds: Columbus Grove 21; Pandora-Gilboa 23.
turnovers: Columbus Grove 12, Pandora-Gilboa 7.
junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 39-37.
PATRICK HENRY 56
NORTH BALTIMORE 42
NORTH BALTIMORE — Patrick Henry outscored North Baltimore 26-12 in the middle quarters Saturday to earn a 56-42 nonconference victory in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Nine players scored for the Patriots (7-15), led by Kristin Bostelman’s 13 points.
Olivia Frost finished with 15 points, 11 rebounds and four steals, Kiah Powell added 14 points and Reagan Fleckner handed out six assists for North Baltimore (8-14).

PATRICK HENRY (7-15)
K. Bostelman 5-3–13, Kurtz 0-0–0, Maas 0-0–0, Nye 1-0–2, Jones 0-0–0, Brown 3-2–8, Gibson 2-0–6, Wagner 2-0–6, Imbrock 3-1–7, Prigge 2-0–6, Herder 0-0–0, J. Bostelman 0-0–0, Crouse 0-0–0, Rosebrook 3-0–6, Seedorf 1-0–2. TOTALS: 22-69 6-16 — 56.
NORTH BALTIMORE (8-14)
Davis 1-0–2, Stewart 0-0–0, Schloemp 1-0–2, Fleckner 1-1–3, Grilliot 0-0–0, Trumbull 2-0–4, Powell 6-1–14, Ray 0-0–0, Rister 0-0–0, Frost 3-7–15, Peters 1-0–2, Boyer 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-50 9-19 — 42.
Patrick Henry 15 10 16 15 — 56
North Baltimore 15 7 5 15 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 6-22 (Gibson, Wagner & Prigge 2); North Baltimore 3-19 (Frost 2, Powell).
rebounds: Patrick Henry 38; North Baltimore 39 (Frost 11).
turnovers: Patrick Henry 14; North Baltimore 22.
junior varsity: Patrick Henry, 64-38.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 54
HARDIN NORTHERN 25
DOLA — Shelby Spradlin and Bree Mullins each scored 11 points to lead Upper Scioto Valley to a 54-25 win over Hardin Northern in nonconference girls basketball action Saturday.
Maddie Lowery scored 10 points for Upper Scioto Valley (12-9), which outrebounded Hardin Northern 27-21 and forced 19 turnovers.
Kylee Hooker scored 14 points to lead Hardin Northern (4-17).

junior varsity: Hardin Northern, 26-17.
OLD FORT 39
ST. WENDELIN 25
FOSTORIA — Old Fort broke an 11-11 halftime tie by outscoring St. Wendelin 28-14 in the second half Saturday night and earned a 39-25 victory in Midland Athletic League play.
Alli Adelsperger scored a game-high 19 points and Mack Ward handed out five assists for Old Fort (14-7, 6-4).
Allie Rutter finished with 12 points and seven rebounds for St. Wendelin (16-5, 7-4), which made just 19.4 percent (6 of 31) of its field-goal attempts and turned the ball over 31 times.

OLD FORT (14-7, 6-4 MAL)
Adelsperger 7-4–19, Magers 3-1–7, Ward 1-3–5, P. Miller 1-1–4, S. Miller 1-1–3, Bell 0-1–1, Davidson 0-0–0, Hartsel 0-0–0, Bilger 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-37 11-18 — 39.
ST. WENDELIN (16-5, 7-4 MAL)
Rutter 2-7–12, Mowrey 1-5–7, McAfee 2-0–4, Williams 1-0–2, Burns 0-0–0, Reineck 0-0–0, Krout 0-0–0. TOTALS: 6-31 12-19 — 25.
Old Fort 7 4 14 14 — 39
St. Wendelin 4 7 4 10 — 25
3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 2-11 (Adelsperger & P. Miller); St. Wendelin 1-13 (Rutter).
rebounds: Old Fort 24 (Adelsperger & Bell 5); St. Wendelin 25 (Burns 9).
turnovers: Old Fort 25; St. Wendelin 31.
UPPER SANDUSKY 48
MOHAWK 39
SYCAMORE — Emma Smith scored 14 points to go with six assists and Kalene Johnson added 10 points as Upper Sandusky rolled to a 48-39 nonleague win against Mohawk Saturday.
The Rams (13-9) were 21 of 49 (42.9 percent) from the field and outrebounded the Warriors 33-18.
Taylor Graboski (9 points)was well short of her 17.7 scoring average but hauled down 21 rebounds, well above her 13.2 per game average.
Julie Adelsperger poured in 23 points and had eight steals to lead Mohawk (10-9).

UPPER SANDUSKY (13-9)
Holly 3-1–7, Calvin 1-0–2, Smith 5-3–14, Johnson 5-0–10, Carey 1-0–2, Cox 1-0–2, Stover 1-0–2, Graboski 4-1–9. TOTALS: 21-49 5-11 — 48.
MOHAWK (10-9)
B. Weininger 0-0–0, K. Adelsperger 0-8–8, Price 1-0–2, J. Adelsperger 9-0–23, C. Adelsperger 0-0–0, Moes 1-0–2, Cleveland 1-0–2, Daughenbaugh 0-0–0, A. Weininger 2-0–4, Wilhelm 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-49 8-12 — 39.
Upper Sandusky 16 9 13 10 — 48
Mohawk 7 11 13 8 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 1-5 (Smith); Mohawk 5-12 (J. Adelsperger 5).
rebounds: Upper Sandusky 33 (Graboski 21); Mohawk 18 (Cleveland 6).
turnovers: Upper Sandusky 18; Mohawk 16.
junior varsity: Mohawk, 33-13.
WOODMORE 59
FOSTORIA 29
ELMORE — Fostoria’s Deija Williams scored 14 points and Erica Moore added 13 as the Redmen dropped a 59-29 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball game to Woodmore on Saturday.
Woodmore finished the regular season at 9-13 overall and 7-7 in league play. Fostoria fell to 1-20 and 0-14.
Mackenzie Johnson and Allie Wank each scored 17 points for the Wildcats.

Fostoria (1-20, 0-14 NBC)
Moore 3-7–13, Williams 6-1–14, Fretz 1-0–2. TOTALS: 10 8–29.
WOODMORE (9-13, 7-7 NBC)
Weirich 4-0–8, Johnson 8-0–17, Wank 7-3–17, Blausey 1-0–2, Aliemenious 0-1–1, Gephart 1-0–2, Davis 1-0–3, Williams 3-1–9. TOTALS: 25 5–59.
Fostoria 5 8 6 10 — 29
Woodmore 11 12 18 18 — 59
3-Point GOALS: Woodmore 4 (Williams 2, Johnson & Davis); Fostoria 1 (Williams).

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