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Girls basketball roundup: Titans topple unbeaten Archbold

ARCHBOLD — In a late-season nonconference matchup between two of the top-10 teams Division III on Tuesday, Ottawa-Glandorf connected for 10 3-pointers and held off previously unbeaten Archbold 52-41.
Erin Kaufman hit four 3-pointers and led all scorers with 18 points. Ashley Schroeder (8 points), and Brianna Schimmoeller and Kasey Ellerbrock (6 points each) had two threes apiece for Ottawa-Glandorf (19-2), ranked No. 10 in the Associated Press Division III poll. Kadie Hempfling had five rebounds for the Titans.
Emie Peterson and Andi Peterson had 11 points apiece for Archbold (20-1), the sixth-ranked team in the poll.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (19-2)
Schroeder 3-0–8, Erford 1-1–3, Johnson 1-0–2, Kaufman 7-0–18, Schimmoeller 2-0–6, Ellerbrock 2-0–6, Hempfling 4-1–9. TOTALS: 20 2-5–52.
ARCHBOLD (20-1)
Kohler 1-0–2, E. Peterson 4-3–11, A. Peterson 4-2–11, Hostetler 3-0–7, Krieger 2-4–8, Hall 1-0–2. TOTALS: 15 9-10–41.
Ottawa-Glandorf 14 13 10 15 — 52
Archbold 8 9 12 12 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Ottawa-Glandorf 10 (Kaufman 4, Schroeder, Schimmoeller & Ellerbrock 2); Archbold 1 (A. Peterson & Hostetler).
rebounds: Ottawa-Glandorf 13 (Hempfling 5); Archbold 23 (Krieger 7).
turnovers: Ottawa-Glandorf 12, Archbold 10.
junior varsity: Archbold, 29-27.

UPPER SANDUSKY 71
COLONEL CRAWFORD 41
BUCYRUS — Abigail Fogle shot her way past another milestone and led Upper Sandusky to a 71-41 rout of Colonel Crawford in Northern 10 Conference play.
Fogle, who became just the fifth girls basketball player in OHSAA history to connect on 300 career 3-pointers two weeks ago against Bucyrus, moved into fourth place on Tuesday knocking down seven triples to give her 318 for her career, passing Beaver Eastern’s Marlene Stollings (317). Fogle trails Glouster Trimble’s Jennifer Grandy by 10, to move into third place.
Fogle finished with a game-high 25 points, which included an 11-point first quarter in which she hit three threes, as the Rams improved to 16-6 overall and 12-4 in the N10.
Megan Hensel scored 15 with seven rebounds, four assists and three steals, Alexis Fogle chipped in 13 points and Maddie McLaughlin added 11 points.
Danielle Horsley led the Eagles (4-17, 3-12) with 13 points and Hailey Miller scored 11.
Upper Sandusky (16-6, 12-4 N10)
Ab. Fogle 9-0–25, Hensel 6-0–15, Al. Fogle 4-5–13, McLaughlin 5-1–11, Young 2-1–5, Oney 0-2–2. TOTALS: 26 9-9–71.
Colonel Crawford (4-17, 3-12 N10)
Horsley 5-2–13, Miller 4-0–11, A. Teglovic 2-2–6, Dzugan 1-0–3, Maddy 1-0–3, Strouse 1-0–2, K. Teglovic 1-0–2, Ritzhaupt 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15 5-8–41.
Upper Sandusky 26 28 10 7 — 71
Colonel Crawford 9 8 12 12 — 41
3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 10 (Ab. Fogle 7, Hensel 3); Colonel Crawford 6 (Miller 3, Horsley, Dzugan & Maddy).
rebounds: Upper Sandusky 25 (Hensel 7); Colonel Crawford 17.
turnovers: Upper Sandusky 9, Colonel Crawford 15.
junior varsity: Colonel Crawford, 44-35.

NEW RIEGEL 64
LAKOTA 53
KANSAS — Brianna Gillig shot just a tick above 50 percent from the free-throw line on Tuesday.
But that was the only blip in her game as her 3-point stroke was on and she continued to dominate the paint, scoring 43 points in carrying New Riegel to a 64-53 win over Lakota in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.
Gillig popped in 5 of 9 (55.6 percent) 3-pointers and added another 11 2-pointers while chipping in a game-best 15 rebounds for the Blue Jackets (10-10, 8-1 SBC River). Kaitlyn Kirian added 11 points for New Riegel.
Kaitlyn Mogle paced the Raiders (7-14, 2-8) with 13 points, while Alexa Gabel, Mackenzie Feathers and Samantha Wallace each scored nine points.
New Riegel (10-10, 8-1 SBC River)
Bri. Gillig 16-6–43, Kirian 5-0–11, Bouillon 2-2–6, Bro. Gillig 0-4–4. TOTALS: 23-51 12-22–64.
Lakota (7-14, 2-8 SBC River)
Mogle 4-3–13, Feathers 3-2–9, Gabel 4-1–9, Wallace 3-0–9, Shank 4-0–8, Palos 1-0–3, King 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-43 6-9–53.
New Riegel 21 5 27 11 — 64
Lakota 16 11 11 15 — 53
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 6-10 (Bri. Gillig 5, Kirian); Lakota 7-10 (Wallace 3, Mogle 2, Feathers & Palos).
rebounds: New Riegel 36 (Bri. Gillig 15); Lakota 26 (Shank 7).
turnovers: New Riegel 11, Lakota 19.

HARDIN NORTHERN 39
CALVARY CHRISTIAN 38
DOLA — Hardin Northern was doubled up by Bellefontaine Calvary Christian after two quarters, but a strong third quarter and a pair of Quinn Stewart-Evans free throws in the waning moments gave the Polar Bears a 39-38 nonleague win.
Trailing 38-37 late in the fourth quarter, Stewart-Evans was fouled while shooting and knocked down both free throws with 1.6 seconds left to give the Polar Bears a one-point lead.
A Calvary Christian turnover on the inbounds play allowed Hardin Northern to improve to 3-19 overall.
Maddie Grappy’s 19 points paced the Polar Bears (3-19), who outscored Calvary 16-6 in the third quarter, and Stewart-Evans finished with eight points.
Katie Thomspon led Calvary (15-7) with 13 points and Elisha Carter added 11 points.
Calvary Christian (15-7)
Thompson 4-5–13, Carter 4-1–11, R. Boy 3-2–8, M. Boy 0-2–2, Penhorwood 1-0–2, Young 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-32 10-17 — 38.
Hardin Northern (3-19)
Grappy 8-3–19, Stewart-Evans 2-4–8, K. Cook 2-0–4, Bejarano 2-0–4, Curtis 1-0–2, McCoy 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-44 7-8 — 39.
Calvary Christian 11 13 6 8 — 38
Hardin Northern 8 4 16 11 — 39
3-Point GOALS: Calvary Christian 2-10 (Carter 2); Hardin Northern 0-4.
rebounds: Calvary Christian 24, Hardin Northern 15 (K. Cook 5).
turnovers: Calvary Christian 29, Hardin Northern 24.

CAREY 52
SENECA EAST 23
CAREY — Sydney Kin posted a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead Carey past Seneca East 52-23 in a Northern 10 Conference game.
The Blue Devils jumped on the visiting Tigers for a 17-7 lead by the end of the first quarter and went on to finish the regular season at 20-2 overall and 14-2 in the N10.
Destiny DeFeo dropped in three 3-pointers on her way to 13 points for Carey, which finished second in conference play behind Buckeye Central. Bryanna Curlis handed out six assists and Amber Nash made a pair of steals.
Marina Adachi tallied 10 points and Jessica Bowerman added six for Seneca East (17-5, 11-5 N10).

seneca east (17-5, 11-5 N10)
Rife 0-0–0, Bowerman 2-2–6, Saylors 0-0–0, Hamilton 0-0–0, Adachi 4-0–10, Bivens 0-2–2, Quiggle 1-2–3, Rowe 0-0–0, Hicks 0-0–0, Osborne 0-0–0. TOTALS: 8-5–23.
CAREY (20-2, 14-2 N10)
Ferguson 4-0–8, Curlis 2-2–7, DeFeo 5-0–13, Stewart 0-0–0, Nash 2-0–5, Kin 5-4–14, Roof 0-0–0, Lonsway 0-0–0, Carter 1-0–2, Arend 0-0–0, Wenzinger 1-0–2, Worst 0-1″”1. TOTALS: 20-4–52.
Seneca East 7 7 6 3 — 23
Carey 17 13 13 9 — 52
3-Point GOALS: Seneca East 2 (Adachi 2); Carey 4 (DeFeo 3, Curlis 1).
junior varsity: Carey, 29-17.

OAK HARBOR 48
ELMWOOD 32
BLOOMDALE — Elmwood struggled to make baskets, found itself down 10 at halftime and ended up with a 48-32 loss to Oak Harbor in nonconference action.
The Royals finished the home part of their schedule with their overall record at 14-7. They do, however, have a chance to share or claim outright the Northern Buckeye Conference when they wrap up the regular season on Thursday night at Fostoria.
Both Elmwood and Eastwood will take 11-2 NBC records into their final regular-season contests on Thursday night. The Eagles travel to Otsego.
Elmwood made just 13 of 45 shots from the field (28.9 percent) against the Rockets (17-4), including 0-for-12 from 3-point territory.
Amanda Riley scored 16 points for Oak Harbor, followed by Logan Harris with 14.
Zoe Shank’s 10 points led the Royals, who had only four players score. Mattison Hillard recorded nine points and a pair of assists. Maddie Schramko and Peighton Troike notched six points apiece, with Schramko adding 12 rebounds and three steals.

Oak Harbor (17-4)
Hetrick 0-0–0, Eli 3-2–8, Harris 6-1–14, Dornbusch 1-4–6, Hasselbach 0-0–0, Riley 7-0–16, Thorbahn 0-0–0, Lenke 1-2–4. TOTALS: 18 9-17–48.
elmwood (14-7)
Troike 3-0–6, Reinhard 0-0–0, Zimmerman 0-0–, Hall 0-0–0, Sidle 0-0–0, Minich 0-0–0, Schramko 3-0–6, Hillard 4-1–9, Shank 3-4–10, Pennington 0-0–0, Arnold 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-45 6-11–32.
Oak Harbor 14 9 17 8 — 48
Elmwood 9 4 11 8 — 32
3-Point GOALS: Oak Harbor 3 (Riley 2, Hetrick 1); Elmwood 0-12.
rebounds: Elmwood 25 (Schramko 12).
turnovers: Elmwood 7.
junior varsity: Oak Harbor, 51-29.

CONTINENTAL 40
AYERSVILLE 23
CONTINENTAL — Amber Logan scored a game-high 17 points to lead Continental past Ayersville 40-23 in a nonconference game.
Addyson Armey scored nine points and Alex Hoeffel added eight points as Continental improved to 4-17.
Taylor Addington led Ayersville (7-13) with seven points.

ayersville (7-13)
Miller 2-0–4, Tressler 1-1–3, Addington 2-3–7, Engel 1-0–2, Bishop 1-0–3, Dales 1-0–2, Patterson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 9-4 — 23.
Continental (4-17)
Logan 7-1-17, Hoeffel 3-0–8, Armey 4-1–9, Alvarado 1-0–2, Prowant 1-0–2, Potts 0-2–2. TOTALS: 16-4 — 40.
Ayersville 8 8 2 5 — 23
Continental 14 7 23 7 — 40
3-Point GOALS: Ayersville 1 (Bishop); Continental 4 (Logan 2, Hoeffel 2).



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