VANLUE — Vanlue’s girls basketball team set a new school record Saturday for fewest points allowed by an opponent as the Wildcats trounced Monclova Christian 45-8 in a nonleague girls game.

Vanlue defeated Bettsville 52-9 in the 1995-96 season.

Emma Biller scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for Vanlue (7-6). Maliah Snook also had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Emma Franks had 11 rebounds as the Wildcats outrebounded Monclova 53-25. Bethany Smith had six steals and three assists.

Lydia Kerser scored four points to lead Monclova, which managed just two points through the first three quarters.

Monclova Christian

Kerser 2-0–4, Kaufman 1-0–2, Sigler 1-0–2. TOTALS: 4-34 0-2 — 8.

Vanlue (7-6)

Franks 0-3–3, Price 1-1–3, Smith 2-1–5, Biller 7-3–19, Snook 6-3–15. TOTALS: 16-77 11-15 — 45.

Monclova Christian 0 2 0 6 — 8

Vanlue 24 11 3 7 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Monclova Christian 0-2; Vanlue 2-17 (Biller 2).

rebounds: Monclova Christian 25 (Kaufman 9); Vanlue 53 (Biller 13).

turnovers: Monclova Christian 29, Vanlue 8.

LIBERTY-BENTON 66

KALIDA 34

Savanah Richards scored a game-high 19 points with six steals and six assists Saturday to lead state-ranked Liberty-Benton past Kalida 66-34 in a nonconference girls game.

Abby Reynolds hit five 3-pointers and finished with 15 points for Liberty-Benton (12-0), the No. 2 team in the Associated Press Division III poll. Caitlin Elseser scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

Abby Wurth scored 10 points for Kalida (9-5). Grace Klausing snared eight rebounds.

Kalida (9-5)

Wurth 2-6–10, Smith 3-1–7 Langhals 1-2–4, Kaufman 1-0–3, Meyers 1-0–3, Rampe 1-0–3, Klausing 1-0–2, Maag 0-2–2. TOTALS: 10-26 11-16 — 34.

Liberty-Benton (12-0)

Richards 7-4–19, Shardo 1-1–3, Kin 1-0-2, Ward 1-0–3, Elseser 1-10–12, Rhodes 3-0–8, Reynolds 5-0–15, Peplinski 2-0–4. TOTALS: 21-48 15-21 — 66.

Kalida 9 10 4 11 — 34

Liberty-Benton 16 16 20 14 — 66

3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3-6 (Klausing, Langhals, Meyers); Liberty-Benton 9-26 (Reynolds 5, Rhodes 2, Richards, Ward).

rebounds: Kalida 21 (Klausing 8); Liberty-Benton 21 (Elseser 8).

turnovers: Kalida 23, Liberty-Benton 7.

junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 51-36.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 48

LIMA SENIOR 45

OTTAWA — Ashley Schroeder pumped in a game-high 15 and Kelsey Erford approached a double-double as Ottawa-Glandorf edged Lima Senior 48-45 in Saturday’s nonleague game.

Schroeder scored nine of her 15 in the opening quarter, while Erford matched freshman Erin Kaufman’s eight points and led all players with 10 rebounds for the Titans (13-1).

Nakiya Sigman led the Spartans (11-4) with 13 points. Cheyanne Bean scored seven with six rebounds.

Lima Senior (11-4)

Sigman 6-0–13, McDonald 3-3–9, Washington 4-0–8, Bean 3-1–7, Haywood 2-0–5, Miller 1-0–3. TOTALS: 19 4-9 — 45.

Ottawa-Glandorf (13-1)

Schroeder 6-2–15, Erford 2-4–8, Kaufman (fr.) 2-3–8, Ellerbrock 3-0–7, Sutter 1-2–4, Schimmoeller 2-0–4, Balbaugh 1-0–2. TOTALS: 17 11-16 — 48.

Lima Senior 13 7 14 11 — 45

Ottawa-Glandorf 19 6 9 14 — 48

3-Point GOALS: Lima Senior 3 (Sigman, Miller & Haywood 1); Ottawa-Glandorf 3 (Schroeder, Ellerbrock & Kaufman 1).

rebounds: Lima Senior 25 (Bean 6); Ottawa-Glandorf 32 (Erford 10).

turnovers: Lima Senior 12, Ottawa-Glandorf 17.

junior varsity: Ottawa-Glandorf, 55-17.

ARCADIA 60

NORTHWOOD 24

ARCADIA — Arcadia jumped out to leads of 23-4 after one quarter and 35-12 at halftime Saturday en route to a 60-24 victory over Northwood in a nonconference girls basketball game.

Eleven players got in the scoring column for Arcadia (12-1). Caity Cramer led a balanced attack with 11 points, with Kennedy Pratt and Samantha Watkins each scoring eight points. Kennedy Pratt had six rebounds and Reagan Pratt dished off four assists.

Ashlyn Rable led Northwood (4-9) with 10 points and six rebounds.

Northwood (4-9)

Randall 2-1–6, Rable 5-0–10, Wilson 3-0–6, Stacy 0-2–2. TOTALS: 10-28 3-7 — 24.

ARcadia (12-1)

Burnett 1-3–6, R. Pratt 2-0″”5, Noel 2-0–4, Mock 3-0–6, Burnett 1-0–2, Cramer 4-0–11, Ward 1-0–2, Keefe 1-0–2, Peters 2-2–6, K. Pratt 4-0–8, Watkins 4-0–8 . TOTALS: 25-45 5-13 — 60.

Northwood 4 8 4 8 — 24

Arcadia 23 12 16 9 — 60

3-Point GOALS: Northwood 1-5 (Randall); Arcadia 5-9 (Cramer 3, R. Pratt, Burnett).

rebounds: Northwood 16 (Rable 6); Arcadia 18 (K. Pratt 6).

turnovers: Northwood 17, Arcadia 9.

junior varsity: Van Buren 41, Arcadia 29.

COLUMBUS GROVE 61

LEIPSIC 32

LEIPSIC — Kenzi King led three Columbus Grove scorers in double figures with 16 points Saturday as the Bulldogs rolled past Leipsic 61-32 in a Putnam County League girls basketball game.

Rylee Sybert hit four 3-pointers and scored 14 points, and Angel Schneider added 10 points as Grove improved to 9-4, 2-2 PCL. The Bulldogs shot 53 percent (9 of 17) from beyond the arc.

Peyton Henry and Claire Rigel each scored seven points for Leipsic (5-6, 2-2 PCL).

Columbus Grove (9-4, 2-2 PCL)

Schneider 5-0–10, Witteborg 2-2–6, Sybert 5-0–14, Downing 2-0–6, King 5-4–16, Gladwell 3-0–7, Ridenour 1-0–2. TOTALS: 23-54 6 — 61.

Leipsic (5-6, 2-2 PCL)

Dulle 1-1–3, Henry 3-0–7, Berger 0-1–1, Sickmiller 1-0–3, Laredo 2-0–5, Sheckelhoff 3-0–6, Rigel 3-1–7. TOTALS: 13-37 3 — 32.

Columbus Grove 15 11 22 13 — 61

Leipsic 7 7 8 10 — 31

3-Point GOALS: Columbus Grove 9-17 (Sybert 4, Downing 2, King 2, Gladwell); Leipsic 3-11 (Henry, Sickmiller, Laredo).

rebounds: Columbus Grove 25, Leipsic 27..

turnovers: Columbus Grove 6, Leipsic 19.

junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 33-8.

MCCOMB 58

ADA 18

ADA — Malorie Schroeder led three McComb players in double digits with 17 points and seven steals Saturday to pace the Panthers past Ada 58-18 in a nonleague girls game.

Alyssa Herr had 15 points with eight rebounds and Olivia Miehls added 10 points and five steals for McComb (10-3). Hannah Schroeder chipped in seven points.

Timber Blankenship scored eight points for Ada (1-13), which scored two points in the second half. Alexis Waugh had six points.

MCCOMB (10-3)

La. Grubb 1-0″”2, H. Schroeder 3-0–7, Herr 6-3–15, Miehls 3-4–10, Le. Grubb 0-2–2, Pitz 1-0–2, Buck 1-0–3, M. Schroeder 6-4–17. TOTALS: 21 13-16 — 58.

Ada (1-13)

Blankenship 3-0–8, Wills 0-2–2, Poling 1-0–2, Waugh 3-0–6. TOTALS: 7.2-4 — 18.

McComb 13 12 23 10 — 58

Ada 4 12 0 2 — 18

3-Point GOALS: McComb 3 (M. Schroeder, H. Schroeder, Buck); Ada 2 (Blankenship 2).

REBOUNDS: McComb 25 (Herr 8); Ada 21 (Light 5).

TURNOVERS: McComb 15, Ada 30.

JUNIOR VARSITY: McComb, 12-2.

FORT JENNINGS 54

PANDORA-GILBOA 29

FORT JENNINGS — Fort Jennings’ duo of Kristen Luersman and Madison Neidert combined to outscore Pandora-Gilboa on Saturday in leading the Musketeers to a 54-29 Putnam County League win.

Luersman poured in a game-high 22 points with 11 rebounds for Fort Jennings (3-11, 1-2), which notched its first PCL win of the season. Neidert chipped in 14 points.

P-G kept pace with Fort Jennings in the second half, trailing 25-23, but could not dig out of its 18-0 second-quarter hole. Lacie Fenstermaker was the lone Rockets (3-9, 0-3) player in double figures with 11 points.

Pandora-Gilboa (3-9, 0-3 PCL)

Fenstermaker 4-2–11, Russel 3-1–7, Luttfring 2-1–5, Augsburger 1-0–2, Miller 1-0–2, Neuenschwander 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12 4-9 — 29.

Fort Jennings (3-11, 1-2 PCL)

Luersman 8-6–22, Neidert 5-3–14, Calvelage 2-0–6, Rau 2-1–5, Wisner 1-2–4, Klir 1-0–2, Foust 0-1–1. TOTALS: 19 13-23 — 54.

Pandora-Gilboa 6 0 12 11 — 29

Fort Jennings 11 18 15 10 — 54

3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 1 (Fenstermaker); Fort Jennings 3 (Calvelage 2, Neidert 1).

turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 19, Fort Jennings 9.

TINORA 43

MILLER CITY 40

MILLER CITY — Miller City forced 24 turnovers, held Tinora to 34 percent shooting from the field and won three of four quarters, but could not outlast the Rams in a 43-40 nonleague loss on Saturday.

The Wildcats, who fell to 6-8, were led by Natalie Koenig’s 17 points. Abi Lammers tossed in 14 points with a team-high nine rebounds and five steals.

Sydney Grieser popped in 16 to lead Tinora (7-5), which converted just 6 of 20 free throws, but won the second quarter 15-6.

Tinora (7-5)

Grieser 6-4–16, Andrews 3-1–7, Brown 2-0–5, Watchman 2-0–4, Hurtt 2-0_4, Ackerman 1-0–3, Harris 1-0–3, Brown 0-1–1. TOTALS: 17-50 6-20 — 43.

Miller City (6-8)

Koenig 6-5–17, Lammers 6-2–14, Berner 3-1–8, Niese 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15-48 9-23 — 40.

Tinora 6 15 11 11 — 43

Miller City 13 6 12 15 — 40

3-Point GOALS: Tinora 3-14 (Ackerman, Brown & Harris 1); Miller City 1-8 (Berner 1).

rebounds: Tinora 36; Miller City 28 (Lammers 9).

turnovers: Tinora 24, Miller City 15.

junior varsity: Tinora, 16-5.

NEW RIEGEL 50

LAKOTA 44

KANSAS — New Riegel attempted 40 more free throws than Lakota and knocked down enough of them to slip past the Raiders 50-44 in Saturday’s Sandusky Bay Conference River Division game.

The Blue Jackets (5-6, 5-3 SBC River) connected on 23 of 42 foul shots and forced 28 turnovers led by Brooklyn Gillig’s 16 points — hitting 12 of 20 free throws — and eight steals. Aubrey Bouillon scored 15 with five steals.

Lakota missed both of its two free throws, but was led by Alexa Gabel’s game-high 20 points on 10-of-15 shooting and 14 rebounds. Samantha Wallace added 12 points.

New Riegel (5-6, 5-3 SBC River)

Gillig 2-12–16, Bouillon 5-4–15, Lininger 4-0–8, Hohman 1-5–7, Coleman 1-2–4. TOTALS: 13-38 23-42 — 50.

Lakota (6-6, 3-5 SBC River)

Gabel 10-0–20, Wallace 5-0–12, Klotz 2-0–6, Duvall 1-0–2, McDole 1-0–2, Palos 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-49 0-2 — 44.

New Riegel 14 12 10 14 — 50

Lakota 11 12 8 13 — 44

3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 1-6 (Bouillon 1); Lakota 4-13 (Klotz & Wallace 2).

rebounds: New Riegel 26 (Hohman 8); Lakota 28 (Gabel 14).

turnovers: New Riegel 19, Lakota 28.

junior varsity: New Riegel, 32-19.

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