Prep Basketball Roundup: O-G, Ottoville girls both stay unbeaten

OTTAWA — Ashley Schroeder and Kadie Hempfling combined for 29 points and Ottawa-Glandorf doubled up Western Buckeye League foe St. Marys Memorial 71-35 on Thursday to remain unbeaten.
Schroeder had 15 points and Hempfling added 14 for Ottawa-Glandorf (5-0, 2-0 WBL).
Makenna Mele led St. Marys (4-3, 1-1) with nine points.

ST. MARYS MEMORIAL (4-3, 1-1 WBL)
Ca. Caywood 1-0–2, Will 3-0–7, Cl. Caywood 1-0–2, S. Cisco 3-0–7, Mele 3-3–9, L. Cisco 1-0–2, Howell 3-0–6. TOTALS: 15 3-10–35
OTTAWA-GLANDORF (5-0, 2-0 WBL)
Schroeder 7-0–15, Erford 2-0–5, Sutter 4-0–8, Kaufman 1-0–2, Mayer 3-0–7, Schimmoeller 4-0–9, Ellerbrock 2-0–6, Utrup 1-0–2, Balbaugh 1-0–2, Warnecke 0-1–1, Hempfling 5-4–14. TOTALS: 30 5-8–71.
St. Marys Memorial 5 13 11 6 — 35
Ottawa-Glandorf 18 17 18 18 — 71
3-Point GOALS: St. Marys Memorial 2 (Will & S. Cisco); Ottawa-Glandorf 6 (Ellerbrock 2, Schroeder, Erford, Meyer & Schimmoeller).

OTTOVILLE 54
MILLER CITY 29
MILLER CITY — Ottoville held Miller City to single digits in the first three quarters and the Big Green easily beat Putnam County League rival Miller City 54-29 on Thursday.
Bridget Landin scored 13 points and Cassandra Kemper added 12 for Ottoville (6-0, 1-0 PCL). Powered by eight players in the scoring column, the Big Green led 17-2 after the first quarter, 29-6 at halftime and 49-11 going into the final period.
Kylie Berner’s nine points and seven rebounds by Katelyn Kuhlman and Chloe Lammers led Miller City (2-5, 0-1).

OTTOVILLE (6-0, 1-0 PCL)
Gieise 1-0–2, Kemper 4-4–12, Hanneman 2-0–4, B. Landin 5-3–13, Hoersten 3-2–8, Knippen 3-0–6, E. Landin 1-0–3,. Hilvers 2-1–6. TOTALS: 23-70 10-12 — 54.
MILLER CITY (2-5, 0-1 PCL)
A. Kuhlman 1-0–2, Ruhe 1-0–3, Koenig 1-1–3, Hoffman 1-1–4, Niese 3-0–8, Berner 4-1–9, K. Kuhlman 0-0–0. TOTALS: 11-41 3-6 — 29.
Ottoville 17 12 20 5 — 54
Miller City 2 4 5 18 — 29
3-Point GOALS: Ottoville 2-15 (E. Landin & Hilvers 1); Miller City 4-13 (Niese 2, Hoffman & Ruhe 1).
rebounds: Ottoville 25; Miller City 29.
turnovers: Ottoville 9; Miller City23.
junior varsity: Ottoville, 50-15.

COLUMBUS GROVE 47
PAULDING 30
COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove outscored Paulding in a big way in the second and fourth quarters Thursday as the Bulldogs posted a 47-30 Northwest Conference girls basketball victory despite some cold shooting.
Columbus Grove (3-3, 1-1 NWC) hit just 14 of 52 field goal attempts for a cool 27 percent, but forced Paulding (1-5, 0-2) into 27 turnovers.
Lauren Schroeder hit all five of the Bulldogs’ 3-pointers en route to a 19-point effort, while Teyah Sautter added 11.
Audrey Manz had 12 points for Paulding.

paulding (1-5, 0-2 nwc)
Manz 4-1–12, Hale 1-0–2, Pessefall 1-0–2, Arelland 2-2–7, McCullough 1-0–3, Townley 2-0–4. TOTALS: 11-32 3-5–30.
columbus grove (3-3, 1-1 NWC)
Schneider 2-3–8, Sybert 1-1–3, Sautter 3-2–11, McCluer 1-0–2, Schroeder 6-2–19, Gladwell 1-0–2, Witteborg 0-2–2. TOTALS: 14-52 1-013″”47.
Paulding 10 2 10 8 — 30
Columbus Grove 9 10 12 16 — 47
3-Point GOALS: Paulding 5-13 (Manz 3, Areland & McCullough 1).
rebounds: Paulding 28, Columbus Grove 28.
turnovers: Paulding 27, Columbus Grove 9.
junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 34-18.

OLD FORT 42
MOHAWK 30
OLD FORT — Behind the 1-2 punch of Morgan Miller and Sydney Hossler, Old Fort picked up its first win of the season Thursday with a 42-30 victory over Mohawk in a nonleague girls basketball game.
Miller had nine points and nine rebounds, and Hossler added eight points and eight rebounds for the Stockaders (1-5). Jenna Clouse added six points, and Whitney Bilger and Madisyn Spencer each chipped in five points. Old Fort outrebounded the Warriors 40-25.
Anna Stillberger had a game-high 11 points for Mohawk (2-3). Shay Miller scored seven points and Sandra Pennington had six.

Mohawk (2-3)
Miller 2-2–7, Harper 2-0–4, Pennington 2-1–6, Stillberger 5-0–11, Morehart 0-1–1. TOTALS: 11-39 5-13–30.
Old Fort (1-5)
Magers 1-3–5, Clouse 3-0–6, spencer 2-0–5, W. Bilger 2-0–5, H. Bilger 1-0–2, Gillett 1-0–2, Miller 3-3–9, Hossler 4-0–8. TOTALS: 17-54 6-9–42.
Mohawk 7 9 2 11 — 30
Old Fort 9 14 11 8 — 42
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 3-11 (Miller, Pennington, Stillberger); Old Fort 2-9 (Spencer, W. Bilger).
rebounds: Mohawk 25, Old Fort 40 (Miller 9).
turnovers: Mohawk 24, Old Fort 21.
junior varsity: Old Fort, 47-14.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 50
HARDIN NORTHERN 30
DOLA — Kaycee Carroll scored 27 points to propel Upper Scioto Valley to an easy 50-30 Northwest Central Conference girls basketball victory over cold shooting Hardin Northern Thursday night.
The winless Polar Bears (0-7, 0-2 NWCC) managed to convert just 20 percent of their shots (12 of 60) from the field, hit only 5 of 11 free-throw attempts and were held to single-digit scoring in three of the four quarters.
Avery Sanders added 11 points for USV (3-2, 2-0) with Maddie Grappy’s 13 points leading Hardin Northern.

upper scioto valley (3-2, 2-0 nwcc)
Holbrook 1-2–4, Carroll 8-5–27, Martin 1-0–2, Hurley 1-0–2, Hunsicker 2-0–4, Sanders 5-11–11. TOTALS: 18-49 8-11–50.
hardin northern (0-7, 0-3 nwcc)
K. Cook 2-1″”5, Bejanrano 3-0–6, Pees 1-0–2, Grappy 4-4–13, McCoy 2-0–4. TOTALS: 12-60 5-11–30.
Upper Scioto Valley 9 16 12 13 — 50
Hardin Northern 8 8 10 4 — 30
3-Point GOALS: Upper Scioto Valley 6-18 (Carroll 6); Hardin Northern 1-8 (Grappy 1).
rebounds: Upper Scioto Valley 25, Hardin Northern 27.
turnovers: Upper Scioto Valley 10, Hardin Northern 17.
junior varsity: Upper Scioto Valley, 14-2.

HOLGATE 54
CONTINENTAL 45
CONTINENTAL — Holgate outscored Continental 17-9 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 54-45 victory Thursday in a nonleague girls basketball game.
Kaitlyn Alvarado and Alex Hoeffel led Continental (0-6) with 11 points each. Addyson Armey scored 10 points and Amber Logan added nine points.
Madilyn Hohenberger scored a game-high 14 points for Holgate (5-2). Grace Swary had 12 points and Bailey Plott added 12 points.

Holgate (5-2)
Hoffman 1-3–5, Theisen 3-0–6, Swary 6-1–13, Plott 4-1–12, Willett 0-1–1, Hohenberger 6-2–14, Kupfersmith 1-0–3. TOTALS: 21-8–54.
Continental (0-6)
Bradford 1-0–2, Armey 3-3–10, Alvarado 4-3–11, Hoeffel 5-1–11, Logan 4-0–9, Burke 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-7–45.
Holgate 13 15 9 17 — 54
Continental 9 16 11 9 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Holgate 4 (Plott 3, Kupersmith); Continental 2 (Armey, Logan).

BLUFFTON 40
CONVOY CRESTVIEW 39
BLUFFTON — Bluffton built a six-point halftime lead and then eked out a 40-39 Northwest Conference girls basketball victory over Convoy Crestview Thursday night.
The Pirates (5-2, 2-0 NWC) broke from a 15-15 first-quarter tie to gain a 27-21 margin at the break and then held on as the Knights (2-3, 1-1) held an 18-13 margin over the last two quarters.
Two field goals by Ashley Eachus and a basket and a free throw by Alivia Koenig in the fourth quarter helped Bluffton preserve the win.
Averey Rumer and Libby Schaadt each scored 10 points to pace the Pirates.
Convoy Crestview got a 13-point effort from Lexi Gregory with Paige Motycka adding 10.

convoy crestview (2-3, 1-1 NWC)
Black 2-0–4, L. Gregory 6-0–13, Chesbro 1-0–2, McCoy 4-0–8, Cunningham 1-0″”2, Motycka 4-2–10. TOTALS: 18 2-2–39.
bluffton (5-2, 2-0 NWC)
B. Garmatter 0-2–2, White 1-0–2, Rumer 4-0–10, L. Garmatter 1-0″”3, Eachus 3-1″”7, Koenig 2-1″”6, Schaadt 5-0–10. TOTALS: 16 4-8–40.
Convoy Crestview 15 6 10 8 — 39
Bluffton 15 12 6 7 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Convoy Crestview 1 (L. Gregory); Bluffton 4 (Rumer 2, L. Garmatter & Koenig).

LAKOTA 40
DANBURY 37
LAKESIDE — Lakota, which got scoring from nine players, built a 10-point lead after three quarters and hung on to defeat Danbury 40-37 Thursday night in a nonconference girls basketball game.
The Raiders, who are now 3-2 on the season, won the three quarters 7-4, 9-6 and 16-12 before Danbury (2-4) rallied in the fourth.
Alexa Gabel led Lakota with 10 points and Aliza Dauterman had six.
Robin Skinner’s 14 points paced Danbury with Haley Hoffman adding 13.

lakota (3-2)
Biddle 1-0–2, Feathers 1-1″”3, Klotz 2-0–4, Mogle 1-2–5, Wallace 2-1–5, Gabel 5-0–10, Palos 1-2–4, Dauterman 3-0–6, King 0-1–1. TOTALS: 16 7-18–40.
danbury (2-4)
Hoffman 4-5–13, Rakosky 1-0–3, Skinner 3-7–14, Uhinek 2-0–5, Valenti 1-0–2. TOTALS: 11 12-16–37.
Lakota 7 9 16 8 — 40
Danbury 4 6 12 15 — 37
3-Point GOALS: Lakota 1 (Mogle 1); Danburky 3 (Rakosky, Skinner & Uhinek 1).

Boys basketball
EASTWOOD 55
ELMWOOD 46
BLOOMDALE — Logan Frobose scored a game-high 20 points as Eastwood edged Elmwood 55-46 for a Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball victory Thursday.
Cory Coffman added 14 points for the Eagles (1-0, 1-0 NBC) who had their season debut pushed back after reaching the Division V state football final.
Zach Weiss recorded a double-double of 19 points and 10 reobunds for the Royals (2-2, 1-1 NBC). Jonathan Duvall added five points and four assists.

EASTWOOD (1-0, 1-0 NBC)
Haas 2-0–4, Coffman 5-3–14, Hirzel 1-1–4, Stanley 1-0–2, Howling 2-0–4, Frobose 5-8–20. TOTALS: 16 12–55.
ELMWOOD (2-2, 1-1 NBC)
Duvall 2-0–5, Childress 2-3–7, Cline 4-1–10, Stearns 1-0–2, Weiss 6-6–19, Reinhard 1-0–3. TOTALS: 16 10–46.
Eastwood 9 14 13 19 — 55
Elmwood 11 12 6 17 — 46
3-Point GOALS: Eastwood 5 (Frobose 2, Stanley, Hirzel & Coffman); Elmwood 4 (Duvall, Cline, Weiss & Reinhard).
rebounds: Elmwood (Weiss 10).



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