Girls Basketball Roundup: Buckettes upend Upper Sandusky

UPPER SANDUSKY — Buckeye Central got the best of Upper Sandusky Saturday in a battle of Northern 10 Conference girls basketball unbeatens as the Buckettes stopped the Rams 47-44.
With the win, Buckeye Central improved to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in league play. Upper Sandusky, who had won 25 straight N10 games, fell to 6-1 and 2-1.
Jenna Karl led the Buckettes with 16 points. Courtney Pifher added 12 points.
Upper Sandusky’s Abigail Fogle led all scorers with 21 points. Megan Hensel and Maddison McLaughlin grabbed nine and eight rebounds, respectively, for the Rams.

BUCKEYE CENTRAL (6-0, 2-0 N10)
Karl 5-5–16, Ratliff 1-0–3, Stump 0-0–0, Pifher 4-4–12, Brown 4-0–8, Evak 4-0–8. TOTALS: 18-53 9-12–47.
UPPER SANDUSKY (6-1, 2-1 N10)
Damron 0-3–3, Oney 1-0-2, Al. Fogle 3-2–8, Ab. Fogle 8-0–21, McLaughlin 3-0–6, Hensel 1-2–4. TOTALS: 16-52 7-8–44.
Buckeye Central 15 10 13 9 — 47
Upper Sandusky 18 9 9 8 — 44
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 5-23 (Ab. Fogle 5); Buckeye Central 2-11 (Karl & Ratliff).
rebounds: Buckeye Central 43; Upper Sandusky 34 (Hensel 9, McLaughlin 8).
turnovers: Buckeye Central 6, Upper Sandusky 4.
junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 38-33.

PANDORA-GILBOA 51
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 38
PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa got off to a fast start and the result was its first win of the season as the Rockets knocked off Upper Scioto Valley 51-38 in nonconference action.
Pandora-Gilboa (1-5) jumped out to a 14-4 lead after the first quarter and stretched it to a 22-10 margin at the half.
Paige Fenstermaker did a little of everything for the Rockets as she netted 13 points with seven steals and six rebounds. Kayla Ferguson added 19 points.
Kaycee Carroll scored nine points and Haley Hunsicker added eight for the Rams (3-3).

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (3-3)
Holbrook 2-2–6, Carroll 3-3–9, Martin 3-0–6, Harley 2-1–6, Hunsicker 4-0–8, Sanders 1-1–3. TOTALS: 15-50 7-12–38.
PANDORA-GILBOA (1-5)
Ferguson 8-3–19, McCoy 0-0–0, Fenstermaker 5-3–13, Kinsinger 3-2–8, Luttfring 1-2–4, Neuenschwander 2-0–5. TOTALS: 20-43 10-28–51.
Upper Scioto Valley 4 6 16 12 — 38
Pandora-Gilboa 14 8 14 15 — 51
3-Point GOALS: Upper Scioto Valley 1-24 (Harley); Pandora-Gilboa 1-6 (Neuenschwander).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 23 (Fenstermaker 6); Upper Scioto Valley 20.
turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 15, Upper Scioto Valley 9.
junior varsity: Pandora-Gilboa, 16-15.

KENTON 61
RIVERDALE 44
KENTON — Kenton blitzed Riverdale 23-2 in the opening quarter and the Wildcats went on to post a 61-44 nonconference win over Falcons.
Ellie Miller popped in 25 points and Layne Taylor netted 10 as Kenton improved to 6-1 with the win.
Riverdale’s Lexie Wright had a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Gabi Rodriguez knocked down 12 points with three assists and Reygan Frey added 11 points with four steals for the Falcons (4-5).

KENTON (6-1)
Miller 9-3–25, Plott 2-1–5, Barrett 2-2–7, Bushong 3-0–8, Taylor 2-5–10, Tudor 3-0–6. TOTALS: 21-53 11-22–61.
RIVERDALE (4-5)
Kuenzli 0-2–2, Wright 6-5–17, Rodriguez 4-1–12, Frey 1-9–11, Rothlisberger 0-0–0, Ashburn 0-2–2, VandenBosch 0-0–0. TOTALS: 11-36 19-25–44.
Riverdale 2 19 10 14 — 44
Kenton 23 6 20 12 — 61
3-Point GOALS: Kenton 8-26 (Miller 4, Bushong 2, Taylor & Barrett); Riverdale 3-8 (Rodriguez 3).
rebounds: Kenton 37; Riverdale 28 (Wright 10).
turnovers: Riverdale 29, Kenton 25.
junior varsity: Kenton, 65-25.

LAKOTA 64
FOSTORIA 62
KANSAS — Aliza Dauterman led a balanced Lakota scoring attack with 14 points as the Raiders used a 23-13 fourth-quarter advantage to edge Fostoria 64-62 in a nonleague game.
Kaitlyn Mogle and Samantha Wallace both had three 3-pointers and scored 11 points for the Raiders (4-2). Overall, nine players scored for Lakota.
Evion Taylor and Tyriana Settles scored 20 and 19 points, respectively, to lead Fostoria (1-8).

FOSTORIA (1-8)
Taylor 7-5–20, Settles 8-3–19, Jones 3-0–8, Miller 2-1–7, Dessausure 2-0–4, Williams 1-0–2, Cook 1-0–2. TOTALS: 24 9-18–62.
LAKOTA (4-2)
Dauterman 3-8–14, Mogle 4-0–11, Wallace 4-0–11, Shank 3-2–8, King 3-0–6, Gabel 2-1–5, Feathers 2-0–4, Klotz 1-0–3, Palos 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23 11-25–64.
Fostoria 18 20 11 13 — 62
Lakota 15 15 11 23 — 64
3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 5 (Jones & Miller 2, Taylor); Lakota 7 (Mogle & Wallace 3, Klotz).
OTTAWA-GLANDORF 69
ARLINGTON 42
OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf turned a first-quarter deficit against Arlington into a rout on Saturday as the Titans knocked off the Red Devils 69-42 in a nonleague battle between two unbeaten teams.
Ashley Schroeder scored a game-high 24 points for the Titans (6-0), while Kadie Hempfling totaled 18 points, 19 rebounds, seven assists and four steals. O-G trailed 16-15 after the first quarter, but used a 22-12 second quarter and a 13-2 advantage in the third to take control.
Jenna Pepple scored 13 points to lead Arlington (6-1). Hannah Willow added nine points.

ARLINGTON (6-1)
Pepple 6-1–15, Willow 3-1–9, Sheets 2-1–5, Bormuth 1-2–4, Dodds 2-0–4, Solt 1-0–3, Crawford 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-45 5-10–42.
OTTAWA-GLANDORF (6-0)
Schroeder 11-0–24, Hempfling 8-0–18, Kaufman 3-1–8, Johnson 2-0–6, Sutter 2-2–6, Ellerbrock 1-0–3, Meyer 0-2–2, Schimmoeller 1-0–2. TOTALS: 28-59 5-8–69.
Arlington 16 12 2 12 — 42
Ottawa-Glandorf 15 22 13 19 — 69
3-Point GOALS: Arlington 5-15 (Willow & Pepple 2, Solt); Ottawa-Glandorf 8-19 (Schroeder, Johnson & Hempfling 2, Kaufman & Ellerbrock).
REBOUNDS: Arlington 20 (Pepple, Willow & Solt 4); Ottawa-Glandorf 37 (Hempfling 19)
TURNOVERS: Arlington 16, Ottawa-Glandorf 13.
junior varsity: Arlington, 48-43.
CAREY 54
WYNFORD 49
BUCYRUS — Carey outscored winless Wynford 16-10 in the first quarter and held on to post a 54-49 Northern 10 Conference win.
Amber Nash had 13 points, five rebounds and four assists to lead Carey (6-1, 3-1 N10). Destiny DeFeo added nine points and seven steals.
Olivia Grove scored 19 points and Sierra Richardson added 14 points, including four 3-pointers, for Wynford (0-7, 0-4 N10).

CAREY (6-1, 3-1 N10)
Nash 4-2–13, DeFeo 1-7–9, Ferguson 4-0–8, Curlis 3-2–8, Lonsway 3-2–8, Arend 2-0–4, Kin 1-0–2, Wenzinger 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19 13–54.
WYNFORD (0-7, 0-4 N10)
Grove 6-7–19, Richardson 5-0–14, Leuthold 2-0–5, Tobias 1-2–4, Williams 2-0–4, Alspach 1-0–3. TOTALS: 17 9–49.
Carey 16 14 11 13 — 54
Wynford 10 16 10 13 — 49
3-Point GOALS: Carey 3 (Nash 3); Wynford 6 (Richardson 4, Alspach & Leuthold).
turnovers: Carey 14, Wynford 23.
junior varsity: Carey, 48-29.
MILLER CITY 50
VANLUE 40
MILLER CITY — Miller City outscored Vanlue 19-9 in the fourth quarter to pick up a 50-40 nonleague win .
Adrienne Kuhlman had 11 points for Miller City (3-5), while Natalie Koenig chipped in nine points and 10 rebounds. Abby Niese and Kylie Berner also scored nine points apiece.
Amanda Clymer’s 15 points led Vanlue (5-4), and Emma Biller added nine.

VANLUE (5-4)
Clymer 6-3–15, Biller 3-1–9, Snook 3-2–8, Smith 2-0–5, Phillips 0-2–2, Franks 0-1–1. TOTALS: 14-50 9-23–40.
MILLER CITY (3-5)
A. Kuhlman 3-3–11, Koenig 3-3–9, Niese 4-0–9, Berner 4-1–9, Hoffman 3-0–6, Ruhe 2-0–5, Lammers 0-1–1. TOTALS: 18-52 8-19–50.
Vanlue 11 7 13 9 — 40
Miller City 15 8 8 19 — 50
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 3-4 (Biller 2, Smith); Miller City 4-15 (A. Kuhlman 2, Ruhe & Niese).
rebounds: Vanlue 34; Miller City 36 (Koenig 10).
turnovers: Vanlue 21, Miller City 17.
junior varsity: Vanlue, 22-21.
BUCYRUS 48
MOHAWK 32
BUCYRUS — Shaina Orewiler and Kiana Zehner scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, in leading unbeaten Bucyrus over Mohawk 48-32 in a Northern 10 Conference girls basketball game Saturday.
Bucyrus (6-0, 2-0 N10) led 17-6 after the first quarter and 31-15 at halftime.
Marah Gillig and Anna Stillberger both scored seven points for Mohawk (2-4, 1-3 N10).

MOHAWK (2-4, 1-3 N10)
Gillig 3-1–7, Stillberger 3-1–7, Miller 2-0–6, Pennington 1-0–3, Clouse 0-2–2, Morehart 1-0–2, Margraf 0-2–2, Hannam 1-0–2, Harper 0-1–1. TOTALS: 11 7-14–32.
BUCYRUS (6-0, 2-0)
Orewiler 5-3–13, Zehner 5-2–12, Lewis 1-5–7, Burling 3-1–7, Floyd 2-2–6, Rule 1-0–2, Rister 0-1–1. TOTALS: 17 13-24–48.
Mohawk 6 9 10 7 — 32
Bucyrus 17 14 7 10 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 3 (Miller 2, Pennington); Bucyrus 0.
OTTOVILLE 69
COLDWATER 49
OTTOVILLE — Ottoville built a 37-17 halftime edge and rolled over Coldwater 69-49 for a nonconference win.
C.J. Kemper led three Big Green (7-0) players in double figures with 15 points. Kasey Knippen added 14 points and Bridget Landin chipped in 11 more.
Kourtney Diller scored 13 points, 11 in the second half, to lead the Cavaliers (3-4).

COLDWATER (3-4)
Dues 2-0–4, Diller 6-0–12, Harlamert 3-0–8, Hoying 2-0–4, Gilliland 1-3–5, Leichty 1-0–2, Alig 1-0–2, G. Bruns 1-1–3, L. Bruns 3-2–8. TOTALS: 20 6-8–49.
OTTOVILLE (7-0)
Kemper 6-2–15, Hanneman 2-2–6, Wannemacher 1-0–2, B. Landin 4-3–11, Hoersten 2-0–4, Knippen 6-0–14, Schlagbaum 2-2–7, E. Landin 2-0–5, Hilvers 2-0–5. TOTALS: 27-9–69.
Coldwater 10 7 16 16 — 49
Ottoville 21 16 16 16 — 69
3-Point GOALS: Coldwater 3 (Harlamert 2, Diller); Ottoville 6 (Knippen 2, Hilvers, E. Landin, Schlagbaum & Kemper).
junior varsity: Ottoville, 35-23.
KALIDA 36
FORT JENNINGS 26
KALIDA — Sarah Klausing recorded game-highs of 13 points, six rebounds, seven steals and two blocks in leading Kalida’s girls basketball team over Fort Jennings 36-26 in Putnam County League action Saturday.
Kalida (3-3, 1-0 PCL) led 22-14 at halftime, and after only scoring two points in the third quarter, the Wildcats used a 12-4 fourth-quarter advantage to seal the win.
Madison Neidert’s nine points, four rebounds and four steals led Fort Jennings (2-5, 0-1 PCL).

FORT JENNINGS (2-5, 0-1 PCL)
Neidert 3-3–9, Ricker 1-3–5, A. Wisner 2-1–5, Wieging 0-3–3, Rau 0-2–2, Luersman 1-0–2. TOTALS: 7-26 12-22 — 26.
KALIDA (3-3, 1-0 PCL)
S. Klausing 4-5–13, G. Klausing 1-3–6, Kaufman 1-2–4, Maag 1-2–4, Langhals 1-1–3, Wurth 0-3–3, Siefker 1-0–3. TOTALS: 9-43 16-28 — 36.
Fort Jennings 3 11 8 4 — 26
Kalida 8 14 2 12 — 36
3-Point GOALS: Fort Jennings 0-3; Kalida 2-14 (G. Klausing & Siefker 1).
rebounds: Fort Jennings 22 (Neidert & L. Wisner 4); Kalida 27 (S. Klausing 6).
turnovers: Fort Jennings 31, Kalida 23.
junior varsity: Kalida, 39-22.
ARCADIA 57
RIDGEMONT 38
ARCADIA — Arcadia’s Kennedy Pratt and Emma Saltzman combined for 31 points and both had eight rebounds as the Redskins topped Ridgemont 57-38 in nonleague action.
Pratt had 17 points, while Saltzman had 14 points and six assists. Reagan Pratt added 10 points for Arcadia (5-1).
Priscilla Howland’s 14 points led Ridgemont (3-5).

RIDGEMONT (3-5)
Howland 6-2–14, McGrath 2-0–6, Cromer 2-0–5, Jenkins 2-0–4, Richardson 1-1–4, Martino 0-3–3, Roeder 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14-47 6-8 — 38.
ARCADIA (5-1)
K. Pratt 8-1–17, Saltzman 5-4–14, R. Pratt 4-0–10, D. Burnett 2-0–5, Brubaker 2-0–4, Cramer 1-0–3, Watkins 0-3–3, S. Burnett 0-1–1. TOTALS: 22-55 9-12 — 57.
Ridgemont 11 5 11 11 — 38
Arcadia 15 15 16 11 — 57
3-Point GOALS: Ridgemont 4-17 (McGrath 2, Richardson & Cromer 1); Arcadia 4-21 (R. Pratt 2, D. Burnett & Cramer 1).
rebounds: Ridgemont 22 (Cromer 8); Arcadia 35 (Saltzman & K. Pratt 8).
turnovers: Ridgemont 19, Arcadia 14.
BLUFFTON 58
NORTH BALTIMORE 48
NORTH BALTIMORE — Bluffton nearly doubled up North Baltimore on the boards and had three players score in double figures as it tamed the Tigers 58-48 in a nonleague game.
Averey Rumer led the Pirates (6-2) with 19 points, Alivia Koenig was close behind with 18 points and Libby Schaadt chipped in 11 points.
Katelyn Weinandy led all scorers with 26 points for North Baltimore (5-2) and Alivia Light narrowly missed a triple-double with 11 points, 10 assists, seven rebounds and three steals.
bluffton (6-2)
Rumer 8-0–19, Koenig 6-4–18, Schaadt 5-1–11, White 2-0–5, Prater 1-1–3, Garmatter 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23 6–58.
north baltimore (5-2)
Weinandy 11-0–26, Light 3-3–11, Lee 3-0–9, Thompson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-51 3-5–48.
Bluffton 15 17 9 17 — 58
North Baltimore 14 11 8 15 — 48
3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 6 (Rumer 3, Koenig 2, White 1); North Baltimore 9-25 (Weinandy 4, Lee 3, Light 2).
rebounds: Bluffton 30; North Baltimore 18 (Light 7).
turnovers: Bluffton 10, North Baltimore 11.
ELMWOOD 50
NEW RIEGEL 39
BLOOMDALE — Maddie Schramko scored six points but collected 15 rebounds to help Elmwood knock off New Riegel 50-39 in a nonconference game.
Just one player reached double figures for Elmwood (6-1) as Zoe Shank scored 14 points with five rebounds and three steals. Mattison Hillard netted nine points with four assists and Jill Hannah tossed in eight points with six assists and three steals.
Brianna Gillig led the Blue Jackets (3-4) with 14 points.

NEW RIEGEL (3-4)
Depinet 2-0–4, Bro. Gillig 1-1–3, Bri. Gillig 3-8–14, Tiell 2-0–4, Bouillon 1-4–6, Kirian 4-0–8. TOTALS: 13 13-22–39.
ELMWOOD (6-1)
Troike 3-0–7, Hannah 3-1–8, Meyer 1-0–3, Schramko 3-0–6, Hillard 4-1–9, Shank 6-2–14, Pennington 1-0–3. TOTALS: 21-50 4-10–50.
New Riegel 6 11 9 13 — 39
Elmwood 13 10 12 15 — 50
3-Point GOALS: elmwood 4-11 (Troike, Hannah, Meyer & Pennington); New Riegel none.
rebounds: Elmwood 32 (Schramko 15, Shank 5).
turnovers: Elmwood 14.
junior varsity: Elmwood, 32-18.



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