Cory-Rawsons Blake Abell, right, rejects the shot of Ottovilles Logan Kemper under the basket Saturday at Cory-Rawson. (Photo by Kent Tarbox)
Cory-Rawsons Blake Abell, right, rejects the shot of Ottovilles Logan Kemper under the basket Saturday at Cory-Rawson. (Photo by Kent Tarbox)

BLOOMDALE — Tayte Lentz scored a game-high 23 points in leading Elmwood to a 59-46 season-opening nonconference boys basketball win over North Baltimore on Saturday.

Jonah Childress, 7 of 12 from the line, and Zach Weiss added 11 points each for the Royals, who built a 29-17 lead by halftime.

Chase Naugle converted 10 free throws and led North Baltimore with 14 points. Noah Cotterman added 8.

NORTH BALTIMORE (0-1)
Naugle 2-10–14, Cotterman 4-0–8, Gazarek 1-4–6, Brian 2-2–6, Hagemyer 2-0–5, Durfey 1-0–3, Bishop 1-0–2, Rader 0-2–2. TOTALS: 13 18-25–46.

ELMWOOD (1-0)
Lentz 9-3–23, Childress 2-7–11, Weiss 4-3–11, Curtis 2-0–4, Cline 1-1–3, Duvall 1-0–2, Uzelac 1-0–2, Reinhard 0-1–1. TOTALS: 20-41 17-28–59.

North Baltimore 10 7 10 19 — 46
Elmwood 14 15 10 20 — 59

3-POINT GOALS: North Baltimore 2 (Hagemyer & Durfey); Elmwood 2-12 (Lentz 2).
REBOUNDS: Elmwood 32 (Uzelac 8, Lentz 7).
TURNOVERS: Elmwood 21.

UPPER SANDUSKY 57
NEW RIEGEL 48

UPPER SANDUSKY — Noah Dible scored 12 of Upper Sandusky’s 23 points during a game-breaking fourth qurter that lifted the Rams to a 57-48 nonconference boys basketball win over New Riegel.

Dible finished with 20 points. Ry Adams added 13 points for Upper Sandusky (2-0), which led just 34-32 after three quarters of play.

Lucas Williams led New Riegel (1-1) with 13 points. Shane Halcomb scored 12 points and Brandon Arbogast 10.

NEW RIEGEL (1-1)
Williams 5-2–13, Halcomb 5-1–12, Arbogast 3-4–10, Hughes 3-2–8, Kramer 0-2–2, Dryfuse 1-0–2, Smith 0-1–1. TOTALS: 17 12-20–48.

UPPER SANDUSKY (2-0)
N. Dible 8-4–20, Adams 3-4–13, J. Dible 2-1–6, Kinley 3-0–6, Young 2-1–6, M. Vent 1-0–3, Kurtz 1-0–2, Fredritz 0-1–1. TOTALS: 20 11-18–57.

New Riegel 11 11 10 16 — 48
Upper Sandusky 13 14 7 23 — 57

3-POINT GOALS: New Riegel 2 (Williams & Halcomb); Upper Sandusky 6 (Adams 3, J. Dible, Young & M. Vent).
REBOUNDS: New Riegel 28 (Halcomb 6); Upper Sandusky 16 (Young 3).
TURNOVERS: New Riegel 18, Upper Sandusky 15.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Upper Sandusky, 50-36.

VAN BUREN 75
CAREY 64

CAREY — Matthew Ayers, Braxton Fasone and Ryan Turner combined to hit 17 free throws and score 56 points in leading Van Buren to a 75-64 season-opening nonconference boys basketball win over Carey Saturday night.

Ayers led all scorers with 21 points, Fasone scored 19 and Turner 16, including 10 free throws. Van Buren converted 26-of-38 free throws and outscored Carey 26-10 from the line.

Cody Luzader paced the Blue Devils (0-2) with 19 points, Trey Bame added 18 and Garrett Summit chipped in 13.

VAN BUREN (1-0)
Ayers 9-2–21, Fasone 5-5–19, Turner 3-10–16, Beitzel 2-2–6, Iliff 2-2–6, Steveson 1-2–4, Parker 0-1–1, Saltzman 0-1–1, Bell 0-1–1. TOTALS: 22-42 26-38–75.

CAREY (0-2)
Luzader 7-2–19, Bame 6-4–18, Ga. Summit 4-4–13, Russell 2-0–6, Stone 2-0–4, Gr. Summit 1-0–2, Wentling 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23-43 10-17–64.

Van Buren 20 18 20 17 — 74
Carey 12 14 17 19 — 64

3-POINT GOALS: Van Buren 5-9 (Fasone 4, Ayers); Carey 8-18 (Luzader 3, Russell & Bame 2, Ga. Summit).
REBOUNDS: Van Buren 25 (Turner 5); Carey 22 (Stone 8).
TURNOVERS: Van Buren 14, Carey 22.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Carey, 58-31.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 78
RIVERDALE 52

McGUFFEY — Riverdale’s 22 points in the third quarter matched its entire first-half total, but the Falcons were beaten 78-52 by Upper Scioto Valley in nonconference boys basketball action Saturday night.

Noah Hough led the third quarter charge for the Falcons (1-1) by scoring 15 of his 28 points.

He completed a double-double by snatching a game-high 10 rebounds. Levi Stauffer added 10 points for Riverdale.

Upper Scioto Valley’s Trevor Dotson led all scorers with 31 points. Wayne Lowery added 13 points and Chase Rose 12 for the Rams (1-0).

RIVERDALE (1-1)
Hough 10-7–28, Stauffer 4-2–10, Loveridge 2-0–5, Stoops 2-0–4, McElree 1-0–3, Mason 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-49 9-12–52.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (1-0)
Dotson 12-3–28, Lowery 5-0–13, Rose 6-0–12, Hipsher 2-1–5, Daniels 2-2–8, Thompson 2-0–5, Oglesbee 1-0–2, Sanders 0-1–1. TOTALS: 31-60 7-12–78.

Riverdale 13 9 22 8 — 52
Upper Scioto Valley 13 20 26 19 — 78

3-POINT GOALS: Riverdale 3-11 (Loveridge, McElree & Hough); Upper Scioto Valley 9-20 (Lowery 3, Hipsher & Daniels 2, Thompson & Dotson).
REBOUNDS: Riverdale 23 (Hough 10); Upper Scioto Valley 31 (Hipsher 8).
TURNOVERS: Riverdale 10, Upper Scioto Valley 6.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Upper Scioto Valley, 40-24.

CORY-RAWSON 57
OTTOVILLE 55

RAWSON — Bryce Tuttle led Cory-Rawson with 22 points and nine rebounds as the Hornets opened the 2016-17 season by edging Ottoville 57-55 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday night.

Eric Ritter (19 points) and Garrett Kisseberth (11) also scored in double figures for the Hornets, who used a 19-12 third quarter advantage to take a 42-36 lead.

Nick Moorman poured in a game-high 27 points to lead the Big Green (1-1). Logan Kemper added 18 points.

OTTOVILLE (1-1)
Moorman 10-7–27, Kemper 7-4–18, Schimmoeller 1-4–6, Von Sossan 1-0–2, Martin 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-44 15-17 — 55.

CORY-RAWSON (1-0)
Tuttle 9-4–22, Ritter 8-2–19, Kisseberth 5-0–11, Abell 2-1–5. TOTALS: 24-55 7-14 — 57.

Ottoville 12 12 12 19 — 55
Cory-Rawson 18 5 19 15 — 57

3-POINT GOALS: Ottoville 0-10; Cory-Rawson 2-12 (Ritter & Kisseberth 1).
REBOUNDS: Ottoville 19; Cory-Rawson 29 (Tuttle 9).
TURNOVERS: Ottoville 11, Cory-Rawson 13.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Ottoville, 21-18.

CONTINENTAL 52
LIMA TEMPLE CHRISTIAN 45

CONTINENTAL — Continental used a seven-point advantage in the third quarter to edge Lima Temple Christian 52-45 in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday night.

Wade Stauffer spearheaded the Pirates’ attack with team highs of 20 points, nine rebounds and four steals. Trevor Williamson added seven points with a team-high three assists.

LTC’s Brody Bowman led all scorers with 23 points.

LIMA TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (0-2)
Bowman 8-5–23, Hohlbein 4-0–11, Howell 2-0–6, Calhoun 1-2–4, Clay 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15-45 8-9–45.

CONTINENTAL (2-0)
Stauffer 8-2–20, Olds 3-2–9, Brecht 3-0–7, Williamson 2-3–7, States 1-2–5, Williams 2-0–4. TOTALS: 19-42 9-12–52.

Lima Temple Christian 12 12 7 14 — 45
Continental 12 13 14 13 — 52

3-POINT GOALS: Lima Temple Christian 7-21 (Hohlbein 3, Howell & Bowman 2); Continental 5-14 (Stauffer 2, Brecht, Olds & States).
REBOUNDS: Lima Temple Christian 15; Continental 28 (Stauffer 9).
TURNOVERS: Lima Temple Christian 10, Continental 12.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Lima Temple Christian, 30-21.

ALLEN EAST 54
PANDORA-GILBOA 51

PANDORA — Pandora-Gilboa held a 36-34 lead after three quarters, but Allen East used a 20-15 advantage in the fourth to pick up a 54-51 win in nonleague boys basketball play Saturday night.

Spencer Miller’s 21 points, including 14 free throws, led Allen East (2-0). Kain Foster and Caleb Smelcer added 14 and 11 points, respectively. The Mustangs converted 26 of 34 free throws, while Pandora-Gilboa was 18 of 26.

Drew Johnson scored 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Pandora-Gilboa (0-1). Eli Phillips added 12 points.

ALLEN EAST (2-0)
Smelcer 3-4–11, Foster 3-6–14, Miller 3-14–21, Gipson 1-0–2, Austin 1-0–2, Kleman 1-2–4. TOTALS: 11-32 26-34–54.

PANDORA-GILBOA (0-1)
Breece 3-2–8, McCullough 0-4–4, Johnson 8-5–21, Murphy 3-0–6, Phillips 3-6–12, Hoffman 0-0–0, Wauters 0-0–0, C. Schwab 0-0–0, Larcom 0-0–0, Walther 0-0–0, Hilvers 0-0–0, C. Schwab 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-42 18-26–51.

Allen East 15 7 6 26 — 54
Pandora-Gilboa 13 5 18 15 — 51

3-POINT GOALS: Allen East 4-12 (Smelcer, Foster 2, Miller); Pandora-Giboa 1-12 (Murphy).
REBOUNDS: Allen East 23 (Smelcer 6); Pandora-Giboa 23 (Johnson 9).
TURNOVERS: Allen East 10, Pandora-Giboa 10.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Pandora-Giboa, 45-17.

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