New Riegels Brianna Gillig, right, tries to dribble the ball past Lakotas Brooke Shank, left, during Saturdays Sandusky Bay Conference River Division opener. (Photo by Stefeni Rowland)
New Riegels Brianna Gillig, right, tries to dribble the ball past Lakotas Brooke Shank, left, during Saturdays Sandusky Bay Conference River Division opener. (Photo by Stefeni Rowland)

ARCADIA — After not being able to put the game away in regulation at the free throw line, Carey nailed five of six free throws in overtime to outlast Arcadia 57-54 in a nonleague girls basketball game Saturday.

The Blue Devils, who led 50-42 with under a minute to go, were paced by Sydney Kin’s 26 points. Her two free throws gave Carey the lead for good at 56-54 with 1:33 left in overtime.

Arcadia’s Kennedy Pratt tied the game in regulation with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from the top of the arc. Pratt finished with 25 points and five rebounds to lead the Redskins (2-1).

CAREY (1-1)
Ferguson 1-0–2, Curlis 1-2–5, DeFeo 1-2–4, Nash 1-2–5, Kin 8-10–26, Orians 2-0–4, Johnson 1-0–2, Blair 1-5–7, Worst 1-0–2. TOTALS: 17-49 21-27–57.

ARCADIA (2-1)
Ward 1-0–2, Monday 2-1–7, Saltzman 1-0–2, Burnett 3-2–9, Velasquez 0-3–3, Ware 1-2–4, Pratt 10-4–25, Watkins 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-56 12-19–54.

Carey 9 11 16 15 6 — 57
Arcadia 18 10 8 15 3 — 54

3-POINT GOALS: Carey 2-10 (Curlis & Nash); Arcadia 4-13 (Monday 2, Pratt & Burnett).
REBOUNDS: Carey 23; Arcadia 22 (Pratt 5).
TURNOVERS: Carey 16, Arcadia 11.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Arcadia, 40-30.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 44
KALIDA 22

KALIDA — Ottawa-Glandorf’s Kylie White led all scorers with 11 points and three other Titans players scored 10 points apiece in a 44-22 nonconference girls basketball victory over Kalida Saturday.

Kadie Hempfling, Erin Kaufman and Lexi Schroeder each added 10 points as the Titans used a 28-8 advantage in the second half to improve to 3-0 overall. White led the way with eight rebounds while Hempfling had four rebounds and five steals.

Sarah Klausing’s seven points and eight rebounds led Kalida (0-3).

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (3-0)
White 3-4–11, Hempfling 3-4–10, Kaufman 4-1–10, Schroeder 4-2–10, Bockrath 1-0–2, Meyer 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15-32 12-23–44.

KALIDA (0-3)
Klausing 2-3–7, Kimball 2-0–4, Langhals 0-4–4, Maag 0-3–3, Backus 0-2–2, Lucke 1-0–2. TOTALS: 5-20 12-19–22.

Ottawa-Glandorf 4 12 11 17 — 44
Kalida 5 9 4 4 — 22

3-POINT GOALS: Ottawa-Glandorf 2-13 (Kaufman & White); Kalida 0-7.
REBOUNDS: Ottawa-Glandorf 16 (White 8); Kalida 21 (Klausing 8).
TURNOVERS: Ottawa-Glandorf 10, Kalida 21.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Kalida, 16-11.

VAN BUREN 45
HARDIN NORTHERN 35

VAN BUREN — Zoe Horne and Mady Parker teamed up to score 27 points and power Van Buren to its first win of the season, a 45-35 nonconference girls basketball decision over Hardin Northern on Saturday.

Horne knocked down 16 points and Parker added 11 as the Black Knights (1-2) tripled up Hardin Northern 27-9 in the first half. Lydia Reineke grabbed seven rebounds and Brylie Rampe added four steals and two assists.

Ashton Dye netted 11 points and Bailee Waller scored eight points with seven rebounds to lead the Polar Bears (0-5).

HARDIN NORTHERN (0-5)
Ayers 1-2–4, Evans 1-0–2, Hopson 1-0-2, Waller 4-0–8, Wilson 2-4–8, A. Dye 5-1–11, K. Dye 0-0–0. TOTALS: 14-48 7-16–35.

VAN BUREN (1-2)
Rampe 1-3–5, Saltzman 1-1–3, Horne 7-0–16, Dewalt 0-1–1, Parker 4-3–11, Reineke 2-2–7, Leeper 1-0–2, Nessler 0-0–0, Rosenberger 0-0–0, Shaw 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-46 10-21–45.

Hardin Northern 5 4 15 11 — 35
Van Buren 14 13 5 13 — 45

3-POINT GOALS: Van Buren 3-7 (Horne 2, Reineke); Hardin Northern 0-5.
REBOUNDS: Van Buren 27 (Reineke 8); Hardin Northern 25 (Waller 7).
TURNOVERS: Van Buren 19, Hardin Northern 12.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Van Buren, 29-20.

BLUFFTON 53
FORT JENNINGS 30

BLUFFTON — Five Bluffton players connected for 3-point goals and the Pirates were 18 of 22 from the free-throw line in their 53-30 nonconference girls basketball win over Fort Jennings Saturday.

Averey Rumer and Abbie Parkins both scored 12 points to pace Bluffton (2-2). Vanessa Wallenhorst knocked down 12 points for the Musketeers (0-3).

FORT JENNINGS (0-3)
Hoersten 0-0–0, Ricker 0-0–0, Von Sossan 1-3–5, Neidert 0-0–0, Eickholt 1-0–2, Krietemeyer 0-1–1, Wallenhorst 5-2–12, Rau 0-0–0, Wittler 1-0–2, Luersman 1-0–2, Kneale 1-0–2, Wisner 2-0–4. TOTALS: 12 6-10–30.

BLUFFTON (2-2)
Garmatter 4-0–9, White 1-2–5, Prater 1-4–7, Rumer 5-2–12, Coughlan 0-0–0, Eachus 0-0–0, Koenig 2-3–8, Stever 0-0–0, Schaadt 0-0–0, Parkins 2-7–12. TOTALS: 15 18-22–53.

Bluffton 15 11 13 14 — 53
Fort Jennings 3 4 14 9 — 30

3-POINT GOALS: Bluffton 5 (Garmatter, White, Prater, Koenig & Parkins); Fort Jennings 0.

VANLUE 32
CRESTLINE 30

CRESTLINE — Vanlue bolted ahead 15-0 in the first quarter, then dug in its claws and held on for a 32-30 nonconference girls basketball win over Crestline on Saturday.

Amanda Clymer’s double-double led the Wildcats (2-1) as she posted team highs of 15 points and 12 rebounds. Emma Biller came close to a double-double with 8 points and 10 boards.
Lydia Tadda led Crestline (0-3) with 15 points.

VANLUE (2-1)
Clymer 6-3–15, Biller 3-2–8, Yeater 3-1–7, Snook 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-35 6-18–32.

CRESTLINE (0-3)
Ly. Tadda 6-3–15, La. Tadda 1-4–6, Moore 1-1–3, Toy 1-0–3, Baker 1-0–2, Briggs 0-1–1. TOTALS: 10 9-23–30.

Vanlue 15 5 5 7 — 32
Crestline 0 10 4 16 — 30

3-POINT GOALS: Vanlue 0-1, Crestline 0.
REBOUNDS: Vanlue 31 (Clymer 12, Biller 10).
TURNOVERS: Vanlue 15.

OTTOVILLE 63
LINCOLNVIEW 22

OTTOVILLE — Ottoville jumped out to an 18-2 first quarter lead over Lincolnview, extended it to 34-4 at halftime and cruised to a 63-22 nonleague girls basketball win Saturday.

Bridget Landin led 10 Ottoville scorers with 12 points. Amber Miller added 11 points for the Big Green (3-0), while Madison Knodell and Alexis Thorbahn both had nine.

LINCOLNVIEW (1-1)
Carey 2-0–4, M. Gorman 2-0–4, Looser 2-0–4, Schimmoeller 2-0–4, K. Wendel 1-2–4, Brant 1-0–2. TOTALS: 10 2-2 — 22.

OTTOVILLE (3-0)
Landin 5-2–12, Miller 4-2–11, Thorbahn 2-4–9, Knodell 4-0–9, Kemper 3-0–7, Honigford 2-2–7, Hoersten 0-2–2, Schlagbaum 1-0–2, Knippen 1-0–2, Mangas 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23 12-13 — 63.

Lincolnview 2 2 8 10 — 22
Ottoville 18 16 17 12 — 63

3-POINT GOALS: Lincolnview 0; Ottoville 5 (Kemper, Knodell, Miller, Honigford & Thorbahn).
JUNIOR VARSITY: Ottoville, 49-14.

HOLGATE 69
MILLER CITY 50

MILLER CITY — Holgate’s Scarlette Niese scored 20 points and the Tigers used a big second half to knock off Miller City 69-50 in a nonleague girls basketball game Saturday.

Kirsten Hoffman added 14 points for Holgate (1-1), while Bailey Plott and Madilyn Hohenberger both scored 13.

Tiffany Welty’s 15 points led Miller City (0-3), while Christina Berger tallied 12 points and a team-high eight rebounds.

HOLGATE (1-1)
Niese 6-6–20, Hoffman 6-1–14, Plott 3-4–13, Hohenberger 5-3–13, Theisen 3-1–7, Kupfersmith 1-0–2. TOTALS: 24-45 15-36 — 69.

MILLER CITY (0-3)
Welty 7-1–15, Berger 5-2–12, Lammers 2-2–7, Hoffman 2-1–5, Berner 2-1–5, Warnimont 1-2–4, Ruhe 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-43 9-14 — 50.

Holgate 23 8 25 13 — 69
Miller City 13 12 17 8 — 50

3-POINT GOALS: Holgate 6-7 (Plott 3, Niese 2, Hoffman); Miller City 1-6 (Lammers).
REBOUNDS: Holgate 34; Miller City 21 (Berger 8).
TURNOVERS: Holgate 15, Miller City 24.

RIVERDALE 71
WYNFORD 43

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Four Riverdale players scored at least 13 points as the Falcons breezed by Wynford 71-43 in nonconference girls basketball play Saturday.

Sydney Holderman led all scorers with 18 points while Reygan Frey added 16 points, eight assists and three steals. Riverdale (2-1) also got strong contributions from Janessa Taylor (15 points) and Brooke Kuenzli (13 points, three steals).

Gretchen Harris scored 14 points for Wynford (0-3).

WYNFORD (0-3)
G. Grove 1-0–3, Leuthold 1-0–2, Ogden 4-1–9, Zinser 2-1–5, Rausch 1-2–4, Harris 6-1–14, O. Grove 2-2–6. TOTALS: 17-52 7-13–43.

RIVERDALE (2-1)
Kuenzli 5-0–13, Wright 2-1–5, Taylor 5-5–15, Frey 7-1–16, Holderman 7-1–18, VandenBosch 2-0–4. TOTALS: 28-57.

Wynford 10 11 11 9 — 43
Riverdale 20 23 13 15 — 71

3-POINT GOALS: Wynford 2-19 (Leuthold & G. Grave); Riverdale 7-15 (Holderman & Kuenzli 3, Frey).
REBOUNDS: Wynford 37; Riverdale 29 (Wright 10).
TURNOVERS: Wynford 11, Riverdale 16.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Wynford, 35-29.

NEW RIEGEL 65
LAKOTA 26

KANSAS — Brianna Gillig dominated at both ends of the court Saturday, compiling 26 points, 18 rebounds and six steals as New Riegel rolled over Lakota 65-26 in the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball opener for both teams.

Gillig had 10 offensive rebounds, scored 12 second chance points and hit 10 of 20 shot attempts from the field for the Blue Jackets, 2-1 overall. Shelby Mathias chipped in 16 points with four 3-pointers and recorded four assists.

Madison King and Samantha Wallace scored eight and seven points, respectively, for Lakota.

NEW RIEGEL (2-1, 1-0 SBC)
Bri. Gillig 10-6–26, Mathias 5-2–16, Hoepf 5-1–13, Bro. Gillig 2-0–4, Bouillon 2-0–4, Kirian 1-0–2. TOTALS: 25-54 9-12–65.

LAKOTA (1-2, 0-1 SBC)
King 4-0–8, Wallace 3-0–7, Palos 1-1–3, Shank 1-1–3, Mogle 0-2–2, Gabel 1-0″”2, Roper 0-1–1. TOTALS: 10-37 5-19–26.

New Riegel 18 18 18 11 — 65
Lakota 9 9 2 6 — 26

3-POINT GOALS: New Riegel 6-12 (Mathias 4, Hoepf 2); Lakota 1-5 (Wallace).
REBOUNDS: New Riegel 39 (Gillig 18); Lakota 27 (Shank 5).
TURNOVERS: New Riegel 15, Lakota 24.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Lakota, 26-23.

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S 46
ST. WENDELIN 36

SANDUSKY — St. Wendelin fell behind 11-1 after the first quarter and played Sandusky St. Mary’s even the rest of the way in a 46-36 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball loss Saturday.

Hailee Burns knocked down 18 points with eight rebounds and four steals while Peighton Troike added seven points, nine rebounds and four steals for the Mohawks (0-2, 0-1 SBC River).

Ashley Huntley scored eight points and Faith Lamb and Kristen Wehner both netted seven for the Panthers (3-0, 1-0).

ST. WENDELIN (0-2, 0-1 SBC)
Hai. Burns 4-8–18, Troike 2-3–7, Prince 2-0–5, Han. Burns 0-2–2, Deuble 1-0–2, Johnson 0-2–2. TOTALS: 9-31 15-24–36.

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S (3-0, 1-0)
Huntley 3-0–8, Lamb 3-1–7, Wehner 3-1–7, London 2-2–6, McCarty 3-0–6, Windau 2-1–5, Fischer 1-0–2, Ki. Near 1-0–2, Fetter 1-0–2, Ramon 0-1–1, Milkie 0-0–0, Ka. Near 0-0–0. TOTALS: 19-52 6-14–46.

St. Wendelin 1 11 9 15 –36
Sandusky St. Mary’s 11 9 15 11 — 46

3-POINT GOALS: St. Wendelin 3-11 (Hai. Burns 2, Prince); Sandusky St. Mary’s 2-6 (Huntley 2).
REBOUNDS: Sandusky St. Mary’s 41 (Lamb & Wehner 7); St. Wendelin 26 (Troike 9, Ha. Burns 8).
TURNOVERS: Sandusky St. Mary’s 27, St. Wendelin 26.

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