KENT TARBOX / for The Courier
OTTAWA-GLANDORF’S Kelsey Erford tries to keep the ball away from Arlington’s Sarah Solt during Saturday’s nonconference girls basketball game. The Titans beat the Red Devils in a battle of unbeaten teams 55-45.

ARLINGTON — Ottawa-Glandorf scored the game’s first 15 points at Arlington, but it was a too big a hole to overcome for the Red Devils as the Titans scored a 55-45 win in Saturday’s nonconference girls basketball game between unbeatens.

Arlington (6-1) cut the deficit to four points with under two minutes to play, but could get no closer.

Ashley Schroeder scored 17 points and senior Erin Kaufman netted 16 points with six rebounds to lead the Titans. Kelsey Erford grabbed 11 rebounds and scored seven points for Ottawa-Glandorf (6-0).

Arlington’s Jenna Pepple led all scorers with 24 points, while also grabbing five steals. Lindsay Dodds added nine points with eight rebounds, five steals and four assists.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (6-0)

Schroeder 7-3–17, Kauffman (sr.) 6-2–16, Erford 2-2–7, Sutter 3-0–6, Schimmoeller 1-2–4, Ellerbrock 1-0–3, Kaufman (fr.) 0-2–2, Rich 0-0–0, Balbaugh 0-0–0. TOTALS: 20-47 11-16–55.

ARLINGTON (6-1)

Pepple 9-4–24, Dodds 2-5–9, Willow 1-1–3, Crawford 1-0–3, Sheets 0-2–2, Solt 0-2–2, Bormuth 1-0–2, Smith 0-0–0, Essinger 0-0–0. TOTALS: 14-39 14-25–45.

Ottawa-Glandorf 19 8 11 17 — 55

Arlington 4 11 10 20 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Ottawa-Glandorf 4-13 (Kaufman 2, Erford); Arlington 3-13 (Pepple 2, Crawford).

rebounds: Ottawa-Glandorf 30 (Erford 11, Kaufman 6); Arlington 20 (Dodds 8).

turnovers: Ottawa-Glandorf 29, Arlington 23.

junior varsity: Arlington, 37-27.

BLUFFTON 60

NORTH BALTIMORE 50

BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s Averey Rumer scored a game-high 25 points and was 5 of 7 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to propel the Pirates to a 60-50 nonconference win against North Baltimore.

Rumer, who was 15 of 18 from the line for the game, scored nine of her points in the fourth quarter as the Pirates improved to 5-2. Teammates Alivia Koenig and Libby Schaadt both netted 12 points.

Grace Hagemyer tossed in 17 points and Mia McCartney finished with 12 for the Tigers (2-5), who were just 2 of 10 from the line.

NORTH BALTIMORE (2-5)

Baker 0-0–0, Light 2-1–7, Smith 0-0–0, Lee 3-0–8, Inbody 1-0–2, Kepling 0-0–0, McCartney 5-1–12, Hagemyer 8-1–17, Watson 1-0–2, Thompson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 22 2-10–50.

BLUFFTON (5-2)

B. Garmatter 0-0–0, L. Garmatter 0-0–0, White 2-0–4, Prater 3-0–7, Rumer 5-15–25, Koenig 2-6–12, Monday 0-0–0, Schaadt 4-4–12. TOTALS: 16 25-32–60.

North Baltimore 15 9 11 15 — 50

Bluffton 17 10 12 21 — 60

3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 3 (Koenig 2, Prater); North Baltimore 4 (Lee 2, Light & McCartney).

MILLER CITY 51

VANLUE 42

VANLUE — Miller City limited Vanlue to just two points in the first quarter on its way to a 51-42 nonconference win in a battle of Wildcats.

Miller City improved to 5-2 with the win while Vanlue fell to 3-4.

Adrienne Kuhlman scored 15 points with four assists to lead three Miller City players in double figures. Kylie Berner scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Abby Niese chipped in 10 points.

Vanlue’s Emma Biller led all scorers with a 21-point, 10-rebound double-double. Maliah Snook also had a double-double for the host school as she scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

MILLER CITY (5-2)

Ellerbrock 0-1–1, Lammers 2-2–6, Kuhlman 3-8–15, Koenig 3-1–7, Niese 4-2–10, Berner 3-5–12, Teders 0-0–0, Hermiller 0-0–0, Reyna 0-0–0, Otto 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-39 19-26–51.

VANLUE (3-4)

Franks 0-1–1, Price 1-0_2, Phillips 1-1–3, Smith 1-1-3, Biller 4-12–21, Snook 3-6–12. TOTALS: 10-38 21-33–42.

Miller City 14 8 11 18 — 51

Vanlue 2 8 15 17 — 42

3-Point GOALS: Miller City 2-9 (Kuhlman & Berner); Vanlue 1-7 (Biller).

rebounds: Miller City 31 (Berner & Koenig 8); Vanlue 29 (Biller & Snook 10).

turnovers: Vanlue 19, Miller City 15.

junior varsity: Miller City, 21-3.

RIVERDALE 43

KENTON 37

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale doubled up Kenton 16-8 in the fourth quarter as the Falcons knocked off Kenton 43-37 in a nonconference game.

The fourth-quarter edge erased a 29-27 Kenton lead and allowed the Falcons to improve to 4-4.

Brooke Kuenzli scored more than half of Riverdale’s points as she tossed in 22 points and dished out three assists. Payton Rodriguez scored six points with four rebounds and Hanna Breidenbach grabbed seven steals for the Falcons.

Lindsey Smith led Kenton (0-5) with 11 points. Kenzie Bays scored 10.

KENTON (0-5)

Holland 1-0-2, Bays 4-0–10, Hildreth 1-0–3, Tutor 1-0–2, Barrett 1-0–2, Smith 4-3–11, Manns 3-0–7. TOTALS: 15-47 3-7–37.

RIVERDALE (4-4)

Kuenzli 8-4–22, Rodriguez 2-2–6, Breidenbach 1-4–5, Searfoss 0-2–2, A. Rothlisberger 1-0–2, Ashburn 0-1–1, Vanden Bosch 2-1–5. TOTALS: 14-44 13-23–43.

Riverdale 7 7 13 16 — 43

Kenton 10 12 7 8 — 37

3-Point GOALS: Kenton 4-14 (Bays 2, Hildreth & Manns); Riverdale 2-5 (Kuenzli 2).

rebounds: Kenton 30; Riverdale 25 (Rodriguez & Vanden Bosch 4).

turnovers: Riverdale 27, Kenton 26.

junior varsity: Riverdale, 34-26.

ARCADIA 70

RIDGEMONT 44

MOUNT VICTORY — Kennedy Pratt led all players in points and rebounds and Arcadia limited its turnovers in racing to a 70-44 win over Ridgemont in a nonleague game.

Pratt sported a double-double, pouring in 20 points and snagging 16 of the Redskins’ (6-1) 36 rebounds. Lyndee Ward scored 13 and Caity Cramer chipped in 12 points, with both racking up a team-high three steals each.

Arcadia committed just 10 turnovers to 21 for Ridgemont.

Nadia Martino hit four 3-pointers and scored a team-high 16 points for the Gophers (1-4).

Arcadia (6-1)

K. Pratt 8-4–20, Ward 6-1–13, Cramer 4-3–12, Watkins 2-2–7, D. Burnett 2-0–6, Brubaker 2-0–5, S. Burnett 1-0–3, R. Pratt 1-0–2, Noel 1-0–2. TOTALS: 27-66 10-13–70.

Ridgemont (1-4)

Martino 4-4–16, McGrath 3-0–8, Jenkins 1-3–6, Jordan 2-0–5, Shoffner 1-2–4, Roeder 1-1–4, Nelson 0-1–1. TOTALS: 12-40 11-16–44.

Arcadia 23 18 15 14 — 70

Ridgemont 17 5 13 9 — 44

3-Point GOALS: Arcadia 6-12 (D. Burnett 2, S. Burnett, Brubaker, Cramer & Watkins); Ridgemont 9-21 (Martino 4, McGrath 2, Jordan, Roeder & Jenkins).

rebounds: Arcadia 36 (K. Pratt 16); Ridgemont 25 (Martino 7).

turnovers: Arcadia 10, Ridgemont 21.

junior varsity: Ridgemont, 17-12.

COLUMBUS GROVE 51

ELIDA 31

COLUMBUS GROVE — Kenzie King led Columbus Grove in points and assists and carried the Bulldogs to a 51-31 nonconference drubbing of Elida.

King, who knocked down four of Columbus Grove’s five 3-pointers, poured in a game-high 20 points and dished out five assists.

Grove stayed perfect with the win, improving to 7-0.

Rylee Sybert scored 13 for the Bulldogs and Angel Schneider added 10 points with six rebounds.

Amiah Jones popped in 15 points to lead Elida (1-5).

Elida (1-5)

Jones 6-2–15, Kuhn 2-2–6, Bacome 2-1–5, Freeman 2-0–5. TOTALS: 12-36 5-7–31.

Columbus Grove (7-0)

King 8-0–20, Sybert 5-2–13, Schneider 5-0–10, Witteborg 1-0–2, Downing 1-0–2, Vorst 0-2–2, Gladwell 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21-38 4-8–51.

Elida 4 5 18 4 — 31

Columbus Grove 8 13 18 12 — 51

3-Point GOALS: Elida 2-10 (Freeman & Jones); Columbus Grove 5-10 (King 4, Sybert).

rebounds: Elida 18; Columbus Grove 23 (Schneider 6).

turnovers: Elida 15, Columbus Grove 14.

junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 19-18.

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S 48

NEW RIEGEL 45

NEW RIEGEL — Aubrey Bouillon buried four 3-pointers and racked up a game-high 22 points, but Sandusky St. Mary’s rallied late to edge New Riegel 48-45 in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division game.

Brooklyn Gillig chipped in 11 points for the Blue Jackets (1-5, 1-2 SBC), while Bouillon and Sydney Hohman each led with eight rebounds.

Sandusky St. Mary’s, which remains atop the SBC River standings at 3-0, improved to 3-4 overall with Ashley Huntley leading the way with 16 points and a game-high 10 boards.

Sandusky St. Mary’s (3-4, 3-0 SBC)

Huntley 6-1–16, Milkie 3-2–8, Near 3-2–8, Weilnau 3-0–6, Near 2-0–5, London 1-1–4, McCarty 0-1–1. TOTALS: 18-54 7-13–48.

New Riegel (1-5, 1-2 SBC)

Bouillon 7-4–22, Gillig 3-4–11, Kristin 1-3–5, Lininger 2-0–5, Hohman 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14-41 11-15–45.

Sandusky St. Mary’s 13 11 13 11 — 48

New Riegel 16 6 18 5 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Sandusky St. Mary’s 5-9 (Huntley 3, London & Near); New Riegel 6-12 (Bouillon 4, Gillig & Lininger).

rebounds: Sandusky St. Mary’s 31 (Huntley 10); New Riegel 30 (Bouillon & Hohman 8).

turnovers: Sandusky St. Mary’s 10, New Riegel 18.

junior varsity: New Riegel, 30-12.

KALIDA 60

FORT JENNINGS 45

FORT JENNINGS — Kalida led by 10 points at halftime and pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 60-45 Putnam County League win at Fort Jennings.

Kalida (3-3) built a 33-23 lead at the break, and put the game away with a 17-12 edge in the final stanza.

Lauren Langhals led a trio of Kalida players in double figures with 19 points and seven steals. McKayla Maag netted 12 points and Grace Klausing finished with a 10-point, 10-rebound double-double for the Wildcats.

Fort Jennings’ Kayleigh Klir popped in 16 points and grabbed five rebounds. Madison Neidert and Erin Calvelage both tossed in 10 points for the Musketeers (1-6).

KALIDA (3-3)

Langhals 9-1–19, Maag 5-1–12, Klausing 4-1–10, Wurth 3-2–8, Siebeneck 1-2–4, Meyers 1-0–3, Kaufman 1-0–2, Vennekotter 1-0–2. TOTALS: 25-56 7-13–60.

FORT JENNINGS (1-6)

Klir 6-0–16, Neidert 4-1–10, Calvelage 4-0–10, Wieging 1-4–6, Luersman 1-1–3. TOTALS: 16-35 6-9–45.

Kalida 15 18 10 17 — 60

Fort Jennings 10 13 10 12 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3-14 (Maag, Klausing & Siebeneck); Fort Jennings 7-15 (Neidert 3, Cavelage & Klir 2, Luersman & Wieging).

rebounds: Kalida 26 (Klausing 10, Wurth 6); Fort Jennings 19 (Niedert & Luersman 5).

turnovers: Fort Jennings 28, Kalida 17.

MCCOMB 46

AYERSVILLE 39

MCCOMB — McComb’s Malorie Schroeder totaled game-highs of 15 points and four steals as the Panthers topped Ayersville 46-39 for a nonleague girls basketball win.

Alyssa Herr added 12 points and five rebounds for the Panthers, who evened their record to 3-3 overall.

Amanda Addington had 10 points for the Pilots.

AYERSVILLE

Miller 1-0–2, Tressler 2-3–8, T. Addington 4-0–8, Samlow 2-0–5, A. Addington 4-2–10, Dales 3-0–6. TOTALS: 16-45 5-6–39.

MCCOMB (3-3)

Grubb 0-4–4, H. Schroeder 2-1–6, Herr 2-8–12, Miehls 4-0–9, M. Schroeder 4-6–15. TOTALS: 12-43 19-28–46.

Ayersville 6 17 6 10 — 46

McComb 10 11 12 13 — 46

3-Point GOALS: Ayersville 2-7 (Tressler & Samlow); McComb 3-13 (H. Schroeder, Miehls & M. Schroeder).

rebounds: Ayersville 26 (T. Addington 7); McComb (Herr 5).

turnovers: Ayersville 14; McComb 13.

junior varsity: McComb, 33-22.

PANDORA-GILBOA 57

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 45

McGUFFEY — Lacie Fenstermaker and Becca Luttfring combined for 36 points to power Pandora-Gilboa to a 57-45 nonconference win against Upper Scioto Valley.

Pandora-Gilboa started strong with a 19-8 edge in the first quarter as the Rockets improved their record to 2-5 with the win.

Fenstermaker scored 19 points and grabbed six rebounds with six steals, three assists and two blocked shots to lead the Rockets. Luttfring added 17 points with three rebounds and two steals.

Teammate Regan Russell tossed in eight points.

Upper Scioto Valley slipped to 0-5 with the loss.

LAKOTA 61

DANBURY 50

KANSAS — Alexa Gabel and Aliza Dauterman combined for 36 points and helped set the tone early in leading Lakota past Danbury 61-50 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division action.

Gabel and Dauterman, who scored 18 points apiece, combined for 14 first-quarter points as the Raiders (5-1, 2-1 SBC) built a 24-5 lead. Samantha Wallace chipped in 10 points, including three 3-pointers.

Kaylee Rakosky scored 13 — including all five first-quarter points — to lead Danbury (3-4, 1-2). Grace Hollenbeck added 12 and Annie Tibbles had 11 points.

Danbury (3-4, 1-2 SBC)

Rakosky 3-5–13, Hollenbeck 5-0–12, Tibbles 5-0–11, Rodriguez 3-3–9, Welter 1-1–3, Harris 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18 9-21–50.

Lakota (5-1, 2-1 SBC)

Gabel 7-4–18, Dauterman 7-4–18, Wallace 3-1–10, King 2-3–8, Klotz 2-0–5, Palos 0-2–2. TOTALS: 21 14-26–61.

Danbury 5 13 16 16 — 50

Lakota 24 13 8 16 — 61

3-Point GOALS: Danbury 5 (Hollenbeck & Rakosky 2, Tibbles); Lakota 5 (Wallace 3, Klotz & King).

OTTOVILLE 48

COLDWATER 31

COLDWATER — Unbeaten Ottoville jumped out to a 17-1 lead after the first quarter as the Big Green rolled to a 48-31 nonconference win against Coldwater.

Ottoville improved to 8-0 with the win while Coldwater slipped to 4-2.

Lauren Gilliland scored seven points to lead the Cavaliers.

TIFFIN CALVERT 60

GIBSONBURG 54

TIFFIN — Lexie White and Shelby Hemminger combined for 38 points and 10 assists and spearheaded Tiffin Calvert’s attack en route to a 60-54 win over Gibsonburg in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division game.

White led the Senecas (3-3, 2-1 SBC) with 21 points and eight rebounds. Hemminger tossed in 17 points with a team-high six assists and a pair of steals.

Hannah Burns scored 11 for Calvert and Mallary Nielson narrowly missed a double-double with nine points and eight boards.

Gibsonburg dropped to 3-4 overall and 1-2 in the SBC.

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