North Baltimores Bailey Boyer sets her sights on the basket after beating Northwoods Kirsten Dombrowski on a baseline drive. (Photo by Matthias Leguire.)
North Baltimores Bailey Boyer sets her sights on the basket after beating Northwoods Kirsten Dombrowski on a baseline drive. (Photo by Matthias Leguire.)

ARLINGTON — Arlington led Columbus Bishop Hartley just 24-22 at halftime before pulling away from the Division II Hawks for a 57-45 nonconference girls basketball win on Saturday.

With the victory, Arlington improves to 7-0 while Hartley slips to 5-1.

A 16 of 24 effort from the free-throw line proved pivotal for Arlington as Hartley made just 3 of 11 attempts.

Sierra Nichols posted a double-double for the Red Devils as she tossed in 21 points with 10 rebounds. Whitney Dodds added 10 points with four assists and four steals and Alex Russell and Jayme Webb chipped in nine and eight points, respectively.

Izzy Strickland had 15 points and six steals to lead Hartley.

COLUMBUS BISHOP HARTLEY (5-1)
Strickland 6-1–15, Taylor 4-1–0, Jordan 3-0–6, Van Horn 3-0–6, Nwokolo 2-0–4, Jones 1-1–3, Dunlap 1-0–2, Kaylor 0-0–0. TOTALS: 19-57 3-11–45.

ARLINGTON (7-0)
Nichols 8-5–21, Dodds 3-4–10, Russell 4-1–9, Webb 2-2–8, Jolliff 1-4–7, Smith 0-0–0, Pepple 0-0–0, Willow 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-40 16-24–57.

Columbus Bishop Hartley 2 20 13 10 — 45
Arlington 10 14 19 14 — 57

3-POINT GOALS: Arlington 3-11 (Webb 2, Jolliff); Columbus Hartley 4-11 (Strickland 4).
REBOUNDS: Arlington 33 (Nichols 10); Columbus Hartley 26 (Jordan 7).
TURNOVERS: Arlington 30, Columbus Hartley 24.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Arlington, 50-14.

NORTH BALTIMORE 73
NORTHWOOD 40

NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore’s Kiah Powell posted a double-double as the Tigers had little trouble dispatching Northwood 73-40 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.

Powell tossed in 20 points to go along with 14 rebounds, three assists and two blocks as the Tigers improved to 6-1. Teammate Bailey Boyer scored 16 points with five assists and Alivia Light dished out four assists.

NORTHWOOD (1-7)
Randall 2-0–4, Roach 7-3–21, Meach 2-0–6, Fry 2-0–5, Dewer 1-0–2, Laniolette 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14 3-3–40.

NORTH BALTIMORE (6-1)
McNett 3-0–6, A. Light 4-2–11, Hiser 2-1–5, Boyer 5-3–16, Lee 0-2–2, M. Light 1-1–3, Powell 8-4–20, Weinandy 1-1–3, Cook 3-1–7. TOTALS: 27 14-28–73.

Northwood 10 17 6 7 — 40
North Baltimore 22 19 22 10 — 73

3-POINT GOALS: North Baltimore 5 (Boyer 3, A. Light & Hiser); Northwood 7 (Roach 5, Meach 2).
REBOUNDS: North Baltimore 31 (Powell 14); Northwood 21.
TURNOVERS: Northwood 25, North Baltimore 7.
JUNIOR VARSITY: North Baltimore 50, Leipsic 36.

AYERSVILLE 51
McCOMB 27

McCOMB — McComb was in the game in the first half but a 25-2 cushion for Ayersville in the third quarter allowed the Pilots to pull away from the Panthers for a 51-27 nonconference girls basketball win Saturday.

Jenna Herr tossed in 16 points and had seven steals with four blocked shots while Kadalena Duran grabbed a dozen rebounds to lead McComb (0-6).

Ayersville’s Amanda Addington led all scorers with 17 points.

AYERSVILLE (3-5)
Miller 1-0–2, Tressler 2-1–5, Engle 2-0–4, Johnston 3-0–8, Martin 1-0–2, Tyler 1-0–2, Samlow 2-0–4, Addington 8-1–17, E. Engle 2-1–5, Patterson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23-57 3-13–51.

McCOMB (0-6)
Duran 1-0–2, Buck 1-0–3, Herr 6-3–16, Schroeder 3-0–6. TOTALS: 11-42 3-7–27.

Ayersville 9 8 25 9 — 51
McComb 6 3 2 16 — 27

3-POINT GOALS: Ayersville 2-6 (Johnston 2); McComb 2-12 (Herr & Buck).
REBOUNDS: Ayersville 27; McComb 27 (Duran 12).
TURNOVERS: McComb 34, Ayersville 7.

UPPER SANDUSKY 56
BUCKEYE CENTRAL 50

NEW WASHINGTON — Abigail Fogle poured in 20 points and Megan Hensel posted a double-double as Upper Sandusky won the battle of unbeatens with a 56-50 win over Buckeye Central in Northern 10 Conference girls basketball action Saturday.

Fogle added a team-high four steals, Hensel scored 13 points with 10 rebounds and Sierra Carey facilitated the offense with 10 assists and chipped in 8 points as the Rams improved to 7-0 overall, 3-0 in the N10.

Jenna Karl paced the Bucks, who dropped their first game of the season, with 15 points. Isabelle Biglin scored 13 points and Haley Green 11 as Buckeye Central fell to 5-1, 2-1.

UPPER SANDUSKY (7-0, 3-0 N10)
Ab. Fogle 7-2–20, Hensel 6-1–13, Getz 3-3–9, Carey 3-2–8, Al. Fogle 1-2–4, McLaughlin 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21-40 10-18–56.

BUCKEYE CENTRAL (5-1, 2-1 N10)
Karl 7-1–15, Biglin 5-2–13, Green 4-0–11, Pifher 4-0–8, Baldosser 1-1–3. TOTALS: 21-43 4-5–50.

Upper Sandusky 18 14 16 8 — 56
Buckeye Central 9 11 13 17 — 50

3-POINT GOALS: Upper Sandusky 4-9 (Ab. Fogle 4); Buckeye Central 4-8 (Green 3, Biglin).
REBOUNDS: Upper Sandusky 21 (Hensel 10); Buckeye Central 24.
TURNOVERS: Upper Sandusky 17, Buckeye Central 10.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Buckeye Central, 34-33.

CAREY 59
WYNFORD 20

CAREY — Carey’s defense suffocated Wynford Saturday as the Blue Devils racked up a 59-20 Northern 10 Conference girls basketball win.

It was a balanced scoring night for the Blue Devils (4-2, 3-1 N10). Sydney Ferguson, Sydney Kin and Jessica Johnson each scored 10 points while Amber Nash and Taylor Wenzinger both added nine. Kin also grabbed seven rebounds while Nash and Destiny DeFeo each dished out six assists.

Gretchen Harris scored 11 points for the Royals (2-5, 2-2).

WYNFORD (2-5, 2-2 N10)
G. Grove 1-0–3, Zinser 1-0–2, Rausch 1-0–2, Harris 3-5–11, O. Grove 0-2–2. TOTALS: 6 7–20.

CAREY (4-2, 3-1 N10)
Ferguson 5-0–10, Curlis 2-2–7, DeFeo 0-0–0, Nash 4-0–9, Kin 4-2–10, Lonsway 1-0–2, Wagner 0-0–0, Johnson 4-2–10, Blair 1-0–2, Wenzinger 4-0–9, Worst 0-0–0, Carter 0-0–0. TOTALS: 25 6–59.

Wynford 5 8 2 5 — 20
Carey 13 18 15 13 — 59

3-POINT GOALS: Carey 3 (Curlis, Nash & Wenzinger); Wynford 1 (G. Grove).
TURNOVERS: Wynford 17, Carey 7.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Carey, 45-23.

MILLER CITY 54
LIBERTY CENTER 41

MILLER CITY — Chrissy Berger and Tiffany Welty combined for 36 points as Miller City stopped Liberty Center 54-41 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.

Berger finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds while also adding three assists. Welty scored 17 points and had a pair of steals as Miller City improved to 2-6.

Meghan Skeens scored 11 points and Olivia Leatherman had 10 for Liberty Center (2-4).

LIBERTY CENTER (2-4)
Skeens 3-2–11, Leatherman 2-7–10, Spieth 1-0–3, Altman 1-1–3, Babcock 1-0–2, K. Detmer 0-1–1, H. Detmer 1-0–2, Weaver 2-0–4, Hollenbaugh 1-2–4. TOTALS: 17-67 13-20–41.

MILLER CITY (2-6)
Berger 6-7–19, Welty 6-5–17, Berner 2-4–8, Ruhe 1-2–5, Warnimont 0-4–4, Lammers 0-1–1, Hoffman 0-0–0, Niese 0-0–0, Schroeder 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-51 23-28–54.

Liberty Center 10 12 6 13 — 41
Miller City 12 10 11 21 — 54

3-POINT GOALS: Liberty Center 7-19 (Skeens 3, Leatherman, Spieth, Weaver, Hollenbaugh); Miller City 1-4 (Ruhe).
REBOUNDS: Miller City 31 (Berger 12); Liberty Center 10.
TURNOVERS: Miller City 26, Liberty Center 23.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Liberty Center, 32-16.

ST. WENDELIN 46
LAKOTA 37

FOSTORIA — St. Wendelin made nine more free throws than Lakota and that was the difference as the Mohawks defeated the Raiders 46-37 in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball game Saturday.

Hailee Burns had a game-high 22 points with five rebounds and eight steals for the Mohawks (2-3, 1-1 SBC) who led 11-0 after the first quarter.

St. Wendelin’s Peighton Troike added a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds.

Alexis Kirkpatrick paced Lakota (1-6, 0-3) with 16 points and seven rebounds.

LAKOTA (1-6, 0-3 SBC)
Kirkpatrick 7-2–16, Feathers 3-1–7, Gabel 2-2–6, King 3-0–6, Mogle 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-45 5-11–37.

ST. WENDELIN (2-3, 1-1 SBC)
Hai. Burns 6-10–22, Troike 5-1–11, Prince 2-2–6, Han. Burns 2-1–5, Reineck 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-46 14-29–46.

Lakota 0 10 10 17 — 37
St. Wendelin 11 9 14 12 — 46

3-POINT GOALS: Lakota 0-3; St. Wendelin 0-6.
REBOUNDS: Lakota 36 (Kirkpatrick 7); St. Wendelin 35 (Troike 12).
TURNOVERS: Lakota 27, St. Wendelin 19.

NEW RIEGEL 68
SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S 38

SANDUSKY — New Riegel’s Brianna Gillig flat-out dominated and led all players with 29 points, eight rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks as the Blue Jackets topped Sandusky St. Mary’s 68-38 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball play Saturday.

Brooklyn Gillig, Brianna’s sister, added nine points while Lindsay Bouillon and Shelby Mathias each had eight points for the Blue Jackets (5-2, 2-1 SBC).

Maggie London scored 11 points to lead the Panthers.

NEW RIEGEL (5-2, 2-1 SBC)
Bri. Gillig 9-11–29, Bro. Gillig 2-5–9, Bouillon 3-2–8, Mathias 2-2–8, Hoepf 2-2–6, Kirian 1-3–5, Theis 0-3–4. TOTALS: 19-47 28-45–68.

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S
London 4-2–11, Wehner 3-3–9, Fetter 1-3–5, Windau 2-0–4, Lamb 1-1–3, Fischer 1-0–2, Ki. Near 1-0–2, Ka. Near 1-0–1. TOTALS: 14-60 8-22–38.

New Riegel 15 20 21 12 — 68
Sandusky St. Mary’s 8 6 11 13 — 38

3-POINT GOALS: New Riegel 2-11 (Mathias 2); Sandusky St. Mary’s 1-18 (London).
REBOUNDS: New Riegel 45 (Bri. Gillig 8); Sandusky St. Mary’s 44 (Windau & Wehner 6).
TURNOVERS: New Riegel 19, Sandusky St. Mary’s 22.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Sandusky St. Mary’s, 28-15.

MOHAWK 37
BUCYRUS 32

BUCYRUS — The difference for Mohawk was free throws on Saturday, as the Warriors made five more than Bucyrus and claimed a 37-32 win over the Redmen in Northern 10 Conference girls basketball.

Mohawk (1-4, 1-3 N10) picked up its first win of the season and converted 16 of 25 free throws while Bucyrus stumbled to just an 11 of 26 effort. The Warriors, led by Chelsey Trusty’s 13 points, had just one double-digit quarter, but it was a key 15-4 advantage in the second quarter.

Beth Dundore added seven points and eight rebounds and Anna Stillberger scored 10 points with eight boards for Mohawk.

Shaina Orewiler scored 13 to lead Bucyrus (3-4, 1-2).

MOHAWK (1-4, 1-3 N10)
Trusty 2-9–13, Stillberger 4-2–10, Dundore 2-2–7, Fredritz 2-2–6, Morehart 0-1–1. TOTALS: 10-45 16-25–37.

BUCYRUS (3-4, 1-2 N10)
Orewiler 4-5–13, Lewis 0-6–6, Spears 2-1–5, Burling 1-1–3, Floyd 0-2–2, Wise 1-0–2, Simms 0-1–1. TOTALS: 8-38 11-26–32.

Mohawk 6 15 7 9 — 37
Bucyrus 11 4 7 10 — 32

3-POINT GOALS: Mohawk 1-8 (Dundore); Bucyrus 0-2.
REBOUNDS: Mohawk 33 (Dundore & Stillberger 8); Bucyrus 42.
TURNOVERS: Mohawk 11, Bucyrus 25.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Mohawk, 42-16.

HOLGATE 63
PATRICK HENRY 59

HOLGATE — Jessica Bostelman netted 14 points and Katie Wagner scored 11 for Patrick Henry as the Patriots dropped a 63-59 nonconference game to Holgate.

Madilyn Hoenberger had a double-double of 24 points and 10 rebounds and Scarlette Niese added 16 points to lead Holgate.

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