VAN WERT — Bluffton’s Alivia Koenig scored 29 points Thursday to lead Bluffton to a 54-46 victory over Lincolnview in a Northwest Conference girls basketball game.

Koenig was 10 of 16 from the field and 5 of 6 from the line as Bluffton improved to 10-3, 4-0 NWC. Averey Rumer added 10 points and a game-high six rebounds, and Katie Prater scored seven points.

Aida Welch led Lincolnview (3-9, 0-3 NWC) with 14 points.

Bluffton (10-3, 4-0 NWC)

Koenig 10-5–29, Rumer 4-2–10, Prater 2-2–7, Schaadt 3-0–6, Eachus 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-38 9-12 — 54.

Lincolnview (3-9, 0-3 NWC)

Welch 6-0–14, Ebel 3-2–10, Brant 3-0–6, Mendenhall 3-0–6, Adans 3-0–6, Sellers 1-0–2, Carey 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-46 2-2 — 46.

Bluffton 13 11 14 16 — 54

Lincolnview 15 8 10 13 — 46

3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 5-17 (Koenig 4, Prater); Lincolnview 4-10 (Welch & Abel 2).

rebounds: Bluffton 22 (Rumer 6); Lincolnview 14 (Brant 4, Mendenhall 4).

turnovers: Bluffton 5; Lincolnview 13.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 78

VAN WERT 35

OTTAWA — Ten players made it into the scorebook, including three in double digits, as Ottawa-Glandorf pounded Van Wert 78-35 on Thursday to stay unbeaten in the Western Buckeye League.

The senior version of Erin Kaufman scored 16 points, while the ninth-grade edition of Erin Kaufman logged 16 for Ottawa-Glandorf (12-1, 4-0 WBL). Kasey Ellerbrock connected for four 3-pointers and added 12 points for the Titans, who forced Van Wert (2-9, 0-4) into 44 turnovers.

Alexis Metz and Abby Jackson each had eight points for Van Wert.

VAN WERT (2-9, 0-4 WBL)

Metz 2-2–8, Rickard 1-0–2, Carr 1-0–3, Huebner 2-0–6, Schaufelberger 1-1–3, Jackson 2-2–8. TOTALS: 12-6–35.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (12-1, 4-0 WBL)

Schroeder 4-1–9, Erford 2-2–6, Sutter 3-0–6, E. Kaufman (sr.) 6-3–16, Schimmoeller 2-0–5, Ellerbrock 4-0–12, E. Kaufman (fr.) 6-2–15, Balbaugh 1-0–3, Siefker 2-0–4, Diller 1-0–2. TOTALS: 31-8–78.

Van Wert 6 10 8 11 — 35

Ottawa-Glandorf 20 22 23 13 — 78

3-Point GOALS: Van Wert 5 (Huebner & Metz 2, Carr 1); Ottawa-Glandorf 8 (Ellerbrok 4, E. Kaufman (sr.), E. Kaufman (fr.) Schimmoeller & Balbaugh 1).

rebounds: Van Wert 19; Ottawa-Glandorf 26.

turnovers: Van Wert 44; Ottawa-Glandorf 17.

SPENCERVILLE 31

COLUMBUS GROVE 30

SPENCERVILLE — Spencerville’s Alex Carter hit a basket as time expired Thursday to give the Bearcats a 31-30 victory over Columbus Grove in a Northwest Conference girls game.

Rylee Sybert scored eight points and Kenzie King had seven points for Columbus Grove (8-4, 4-1 NWC). Angel Schneider had four points and five rebounds, and King snared a team-best four steals.

Carter led all scorers with 10 points. Abby Satterfield added eight points for Spencerville (9-2, 3-0 NWC).

Columbus Grove (8-4, 4-1 NWC)

Schneider 2-0–4, Witteborg 1-0–2, Sybert 3-0–8, Downing 1-1–3, King 3-0–7, Vorst 1-0–2, Gladwell 1-2–4. TOTALS: 12-42 3-7 — 30.

Spencerville (9-2, 3-0 NWC)

Goecke 1-0–2, Satterfield 4-0–8, Burden 3-0″”6, Leis 2-1–5, Carter 5-0–10. TOTALS: 15-36 1-2 — 31.

Columbus Grove 7 11 4 8 — 30

Spencerville 10 4 7 10 — 31

3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grovbe 3-10 (Sybert 2, King); Spencerville 0-6.

rebounds: Columbus Grove 19 (Schneider 5).

turnovers: Columbus Grove 14.

junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 41-19.

TOLEDO C.C. 64

FINDLAY 43

Katie Thomas and Kaylee Brodine both scored 12 points Thursday night but it wasn’t enough for Findlay High School’s girls basketball team as the Trojans dropped a 64-43 Three Rivers Athletic Conference decision to Toledo Central Catholic.

Brodine also grabbed seven rebounds for Findlay as the Trojans fell behind 32-18 at halftime on its way to falling to 2-11 overall and 0-7 in the TRAC.

Cate Ellis scored 14 points, Grace Crawford popped in 11 points and Jade Finfera added 10 for the Irish (5-7, 4-3).

TOLEDO Central Catholic (5-7, 4-3 TRAC)

Crawford 4-0–11, Lepairz 0-3–3, Finfera 5-0–10, Moeller 3-2–8, Ellis 5-3–14, Reinhart 1-0–2, Pryer 1-0–2, Hunt 0-1–1, Mendieta 1-0–2, Madison 1-0–2, Delp 4-1–9. TOTALS: 25 10-18–64.

FINDLAY (2-10, 0-7 TRAC)

Crites 3-0–6, Thomas 4-1–12, Scherger 1-0–2, Brodine 6-0–12, Puchta 2-0–4, Holliday 1-3–5, Hucke 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18-43 4-11–18-43 4-11–43.

Toledo Central Cath. 14 18 16 16 — 64

Findlay 7 11 8 17 — 43

3-Point GOALS: Findlay 3-10 (Thomas 3); Toledo Central Catholic 4 (Crawford 3, Ellis).

rebounds: Findlay 20 (Brodine 7).

turnovers: Findlay 23.

ROSSFORD 65

FOSTORIA 43

ROSSFORD — Sammi Mikonowicz led all players with 25 points to lead league-leading Rossford to a 65-43 win Thursday over Fostoria in the Northern Buckeye Conference.

Tyriana Settles’ 11 points led 10 players in scoring for Fostoria (3-11, 1-7 NBC).

Katie Glowacki added 11 points for Rossford (9-3, 7-1), which went on a 23-9 run in the third quarter to put the game out of reach.

FOSTORIA (3-11, 1-7 NBC)

Weimerskirch 1-0–3, Chasco 0-1–1, Grine 1-3–5, Miller 2-0–4, Settles 3-5–11, Smith 1-1–3, Cook 1-0–2, Dessausure 2-0–4, Overton 3-0–6, Groves 1-2–4. TOTALS: 15 12-17–43.

ROSSFORD (9-3, 7-1 NBC)

Swope 1-0–2, DuPont 2-0–4, Dunne 4-0–10, Schimming 2-0–5, Pierce 0-2–2, Pupik 1-2–4, Glowacki 5-0–11, Mikonowicz 12-0–25, Duval 1-0–2. TOTALS: 276 4-10–65.

Fostoria 4 12 9 18 — 43

Rossford 16 14 23 12 — 65

3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 1 (Weimerskirch 1); Rossford 5 (Dunne 2, Schimming, Glowacki & Mikonowicz 1).

OTTOVILLE 62

CONTINENTAL 26

OTTOVILLE — Kasey Knippen made three 3-pointers and led a balanced Ottoville scoring attack with 15 points as the Big Green rolled Putnam County League rival Continental 62-26 on Thursday.

Buoyed by 10 first-quarter points from Knippen, the Big Green (12-2, 2-1 PCL) exploded for an 18-2 lead after one period and a 36-10 advantage at halftime.

Haley Hoersten added 11 points and seven other players scored for Ottoville (12-2, 2-1 PCL).

Kerri Prowant led Continental (2-10, 1-2) with 12 points.

CONTINENTAL (2-10, 1-2 PCL)

Armey 0-1–1, Prowant 4-4–12, Keller 2-0–4, Etter 1-0–2, Potts 0-2–2, Hoeffel 2-0–5. TOTALS: 9 8-7–26.

OTTOVILLE (12-2, 2-1 pcl)

Thomas 1-0–3, Honigford 1-0–2, Hanneman 2-1–5, Wannecmacher 2-0–4, H. Hoersten 5-0–11, Schlagbaum 3-0–8, N. Knippen 2-1–6, K. Knippen 3-0–8. TOTALS: 25 2-4–62.

Continental 2 8 10 6 — 26

Ottoville 18 18 13 13 — 62

3-Point GOALS: Continental 1 (Hoeffel); Ottoville 10 (K. Knippen 3, K. Hoersten & Schlagbaum 2, Thomas, N. Knippen & H. Hoersten).

ELMWOOD 36

GENOA 9

BLOOMDALE — All Genoa could muster was one free throw in the entire first half Thursday as Elmwood rolled to a 36-9 Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball win against the Comets.

Brooklyn Thrash and Maddie Schramko both tossed in 11 points as Elmwood (8-4 overall, 4-4 NBC) led 18-1 at halftime. Liz Hall grabbed seven steals and dished out three assists for the Royals.

Four players scored two points each for the Comets (1-9, 0-7).

GENOA (1-9, 0-7 NBC)

G. Goodman 0-0–0, Frias 0-0–0, Frederickson 1-0–2, O. Wiciak 1-0–2, L. Wiciak 1-0–2, Bradfield 1-0–2, D. Goodman 0-1–1, Wagner 0-0–0, Gose 0-0–0. TOTALS: 4 1-4–9.

ELMWOOD (8-4, 4-4 NBC)

Reinhard 0-0–0, Zimmerman 0-0–0, Hall 3-0–7, Thrash 3-5–11, Meyer 2-0–5, Minich 1-0–2, Schramko 5-0–11, Pennington 0-0–0. TOTALS: 14 5-9–36.

Genoa 1 0 4 4 — 9

Elmwood 5 13 9 9 — 36

3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 3 (Meyer, Hall & Schramko); Genoa none.

rebounds: Elmwood 20 (Pennington & Schramko 5).

turnovers: Elmwood 15.

junior varsity: Genoa, 14-5.

RIDGEMONT 42

HARDIN NORTHERN 38

DOLA — Nadia Martino led a balanced Ridgemont scoring effort with 12 points as the Gophers stopped Hardin Northern 42-38 in Thursday’s Northwest Central Conference girls basketball game.

Jennifer Jordan scored 11 points and Faith Jenkins chipped in 10 points as Ridgemont improved to 5-8 overall and 3-2 in the NWCC.

Maddie Grappy tossed in 12 points and Quinn Stewart-Evans and Aliya Obenour both netted eight for Hardin Northern (3-10, 1-4).

RIDGEMONT (5-8, 3-2 NWCC)

Jenkins 3-2–10, Rader 0-0–0, Roeder 0-0–0, Martino 5-2–12, McGrath 0-3–3, Nelson 1-0–2, Cromer 0-0–0, Shoffner 2-0–4, Jordan 2-6–11. TOTALS: 13-42 13-18–42.

HARDIN NORTHERN (3-10, 1-4 NWCC)

Russler 0-0–0, Cook 0-0–0, Stewart-Evans 3-2–8, Curtis 2-1–5, Obenour 4-0–8, Pugh 0-0–0, Grappy 3-6–12, McCoy 2-1–5. TOTALS: 14-45 10-16–38.

Ridgemont 10 12 7 12 — 42

Hardin Northern 8 4 15 11 — 38

3-Point GOALS: Ridgemont 3-10 (Jenkins 2, Jordan); Hardin Northern 0-3.

rebounds: Hardin Northern 28 (McCoy 9); Ridgemont 20.

turnovers: Ridgemont 15, Hardin Northern 14.

junior varsity: Ridgemont, 21-10.

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