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BLUFFTON’S BAYLOR GARMATTER, right, tries to get a shot off against Riverdale’s Brock Davis during Saturday’s nonconference boys basketball game.

OTTAWA — Lexington’s Cade Stover scored a game-high 19 points as the Minutemen edged state-ranked Ottawa-Glandorf 52-50 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday night.

Stover, the 2018 Ohio Mr. Football and Ohio State University football signee, had seven field goals, one 3-pointer and two free throws for the Minutemen (14-4).

Ethan White had 14 points to lead the Titans (16-3), ranked No. 5 in Division III, while Owen Hiegel put in 13 points.

LEXINGTON (14-4)

Johnston 5-0–13, Depperschmidt 1-0–3, Berry 1-1–3, Vore 1-0–2, Dials 1-0–2, Aiello 3-2–8, Stehle 0-2–2, Stover 8-2–19. TOTALS: 20-51 7-11–50.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (16-3)

Hiegel 5-2–13, Fortman 1-1–3, Blevins 3-1″”9, Heringhaus 1-0–3, White 5-0–14, Westrick 1-2–4, Rieman 2-0–4. TOTALS: 18-60 6-9.

Lexington 13 8 15 16 — 52

Ottawa-Glandorf 17 6 8 19 — 50

3-Point GOALS: Lexington 5-19 (Johnston 3, Depperschmidt & Stover); Ottawa-Glandorf 8-25 (White 4, Blevins 2, Heringhaus & Hiegel)0.

rebounds: Lexington 30; Ottawa-Glandorf (Westrick 14).

turnovers: Lexington 12; Ottawa-Glandorf 7.

junior varsity: Ottawa-Glandorf, 59-47.

UPPER SANDUSKY 89

BUCYRUS 37

BUCYRUS — Eleven Upper Sandusky players scored and nearly half of them were in double figures as the Rams romped Bucyrus 89-37 in Northern 10 Conference action on Saturday.

Evan Young’s 17 points — all in the first three quarters — paced Upper (14-4, 11-2 N10), which scored 50 points in the first half. Cole Sowers scored 15 and Mason Vent popped 11 of his 13 points in during the second quarter.

Trevor Clifford (11 points) and Cameron McCreary (10) also scored double digits for the Rams.

Harley Robin-Koge buried three 3-pointers and led the Redmen (3-16, 3-11) with 13 points.

Upper Sandusky (14-4, 11-2 N10)

Young 6-3–17, Sowers 6-1–15, Vent 5-0–13, Clifford 5-1–11, McCreary 5-0–10, Sheaffer 2-1–5, Holly 2-1–5, Malone 2-0–4, Smith 2-0–4, Carey 1-1–3, Thiel 1-0–2. TOTALS: 37 8-19 — 89.

Bucyrus (3-16, 3-11 N10)

Robinson-Koge 5-0–13, Spurlock 3-0–7, Wise 2-0–6, Middleton 2-0–6, Seybert 1-0–2, Hamm 1-0–2, Goff 0-1–1. TOTALS: 14 1-2 — 37.

Upper Sandusky 26 24 20 19 — 89

Bucyrus 9 12 9 7 — 37

3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 7 (Vent 3, Sowers & Young 2); Bucyrus 8 (Robinson-Koge 3, Middleton & Wise 2, Spurlock 1).

CAREY 67

BUCKEYE CENTRAL 49

CAREY — Buckeye Central did not have an answer for Carey’s Hayden Stone on Saturday as the big man approached a triple-double in leading the Blue Devils to a 67-49 win in Northern 10 Conference play.

Stone connected on 12 shots from the field in scoring a game-high 26 points, while also leading all players in rebounds (11) and blocks (8) for Carey. Cade Crawford hit a pair of 3-pointers and scored 15 with four assists.

Carey improved to 10-6, 7-4 in the N10.

Darren Wurm led the Bucks (4-14, 3-10) with 20 points. Mason Stahl led with eight boards.

Buckeye Central (4-14, 3-10 N10)

Wurm 5-7–20, Heefner 4-0–8, Stahl 3-0–6, Rose 1-3–5, Krebs 1-2–4, Biglin 1-0–2, Kanney 0-2–2, Mason 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15-40 14-16 — 49.

Carey (10-6, 7-4 N10)

Stone 12-2–26, Cade Crawford 5-3–15, Babb 4-1–9, Summit 2-0–4, Hoepf 2-0–4, Nash 1-0–3, Billock 1-0–2, Dasher 1-0–2, Cas. Crawford 1-0–2. TOTALS: 29-64 6-12 — 67.

Buckeye Central 13 13 6 17 — 49

Carey 14 11 23 19 — 67

3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central 3-11 (Wurm 3); Carey 3-19 (Cade Crawford 2, Nash 1).

rebounds: Buckeye Central 28 (Stahl 8); Carey 20 (Stone 11).

turnovers: Buckeye Central 20, Carey 8.

junior varsity: Carey, 57-42.

RIDGEMONT 62

ARCADIA 60

ARCADIA — Ridgemont’s 6-foot-5 freshman Mason Stuck hit six 3-pointers en route to a game-high 27 points as the Golden Gophers edged Arcadia 62-60 for a nonleague boys basketball win Saturday.

Stuck also hauled in seven rebounds for Ridgemont (8-11) which led 18-8 after the first quarter.

Eli Palmer had 14 points and seven rebounds to lead the Redskins (3-16) while Justen Stoner had 11 points and Hayden Rader put in six points and seven rebounds.

RIDGEMONT (8-11)

Streets 4-4–14, Martino 3-0–6, Newland 2-6–10, Stuck 8-5–27, Miller 1-0–2, Reppart 1-0–3. TOTALS: 19-50 15-19–62.

ARCADIA (3-16)

Palmer 5-2–14, Coppus 3-0–7, Metzger 1-0–2, Johnson 4-1–9, Stoner 3-2–11, Rader 1-4–6, Guillen 0-2–2, Boes 2-2–7, Cohee 1-0–2. TOTALS: 20-49 13-24–60.

Ridgemont 18 15 10 19 — 62

Arcadia 8 18 12 22 — 60

3-Point GOALS: Ridgemont 9-19 (Stuck 6, Streets 2, Reppart 1); Arcadia 7-21 (Stoner 3, Palmer 2, Coppus & Boes).

rebounds: Ridgemont 25 (Stuck 7); Arcadia 30 (Palmer & Rader 7).

turnovers: Ridgemont 14; Arcadia 17.

junior varsity: Ridgemont, 29-6.

OTTAWA HILLS 59

LIBERTY-BENTON 45

TOLEDO — John Kight knocked down a game-high 24 points to power Ottawa Hills to a 59-45 nonconference boys basketball win against Liberty-Benton on Saturday.

James Silk and Drew Hoffman both added 12 points as the Green Bears (11-5) limited Liberty-Benton to just 15 points in the first half.

Ben Spiess connected for six 3-point goals on his way to a game-high 22 points for Liberty-Benton (5-14).

LIBERTY-BENTON (5-14)

Jenkins 1-0–2, Eckford 1-0–2, Bisch 2-3–7, Jo. Reindel 2-0–4, Spiess 6-4–22, Veenstra 0-0–0, Abbott 0-0-0, Dillon 2-0–6, Lyon 0-0–0, Ja. Reindel 1-0–2, Rath 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15 7-10–45.

OTTAWA HILLS (11-5)

Chappell 1-0–3, W. Kight 0-0–0, J. Kight 10-1–24, Silk 4-3–12, Hoffman 4-3–12, VanSlooten 0-0–0, Cummings 4-0–8. TOTALS: 23 7-9–59.

Ottawa Hills 12 15 19 13 — 59

Liberty-Benton 9 6 14 16 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 8 (Spiess 6, Dillon 2); Ottawa Hills 6 (J. Kight, Chappell, Silk & Hoffman).

NEW BREMEN 47

FORT JENNINGS 26

FORT JENNINGS — New Bremen broke open a 15-14 game at halftime with a 15-2 edge in the third quarter on its way to a 47-26 nonconference boys basketball win against Fort Jennings.

Ben Blickle scored 15 points and Mitchell Hays added eight as New Bremen improved to 7-11.

Reese Von Sossan scored 10 points and Carson Kazee added eight for Fort Jennings (3-16).

NEW BREMEN (7-11)

Suchland 1-0–2, Blickle 5-2–15, Hays 3-2–8, Bowers 1-0–2, Jenkman 1-0–2, Wells 1-0–2, Bornhorst 2-2–7, Wells 3-0–6, Rindler 1-0–2. TOTALS: 18 6-7–47.

FORT JENNINGS (5-14)

Smith 0-0–0, Von Sossan 4-0–10, Ricker 1-0–2, Kazee 4-0–8, Luersman 0-0–0, E. Hoersten 2-0–4, Grote 0-0–0, Schulte 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12 0-0–26.

New Bremen 4 11 15 17 — 47

Fort Jennings 7 7 2 10 — 26

3-Point GOALS: New Bremen 5 (Blickle 3, Jenkman & Bornhorst); Fort Jennings 2 (Von Sossan 2).

turnovers: Fort Jennings 15, New Bremen 10.

MOHAWK 63

SENECA EAST 35

ATTICA — Mohawk’s Chris Klopp notched a triple-double of 10 points, 12 rebounds and 12 blocks as the state-ranked Warriors routed Seneca East 63-35 on Saturday in a Northern 10 Conference boys basketball game.

Zach Hayman racked up a game-high 23 points as the Warriors, ranked No. 9 in Division IV, improved to 17-1 overall, 12-1 in the N10.

Tyler Turek’s 12 points led the Tigers (5-12, 3-11).

MOHAWK (17-1, 12-1 N10)

Jenkins 3-1–7, Hammer 2-2–7, Tusing 4-0–10, Snyder 1-0–2, Hayman 8-4–23, Gottfried 2-0–4, Klopp 5-0–10. TOTALS: 25 7-8–63.

SENECA EAST (5-12, 3-11 N10)

Hall 1-0–2, Siesel 2-0–6, Wurm 0-2–2, Turek 5-2–12, Bauman 4-0–8, Foos 1-1–3, Kalb 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12 5-7–35.

Mohawk 14 18 21 10 — 63

Seneca East 6 12 10 7 — 35

3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 6 (Hayman 3, Tusing 2, Hammer) Seneca East 2 (Siesel).

rebounds: Mohawk 35 (Klopp 12); Seneca East 32.

turnovers: Mohawk 6; Seneca East 22

junior varsity: Mohawk, 58-50.

BLUFFTON 55

RIVERDALE 38

BLUFFTON — Bluffton opened up a commanding 37-14 halftime edge en route to topping Riverdale 55-38 in a nonleague boys basketball game Saturday.

Mason Soper and Jared Piercefield each had 16 points while Luke Denecker totaled 15 points for the Pirates (13-6) who canned 10 3-pointers — six in the first half and two apiece by the trio.

Max Morris totaled nine points to lead the Falcons (14-5).

RIVERDALE (14-5)

Miller 2-0–5, Murphy 1-0–2, Morris 4-1–9, Loveridge 1-0–3, McElree 2-0–4, Price 2-0–4, Frey 2-1–5, Vent 1-1–3, Davis 1-0–. TOTALS: 16 3-5–38.

BLUFFTON (13-6)

Garmatter 1-1–3, Soper 6-0–16, Piercefield 7-0–16, Denecker 5-2–15, Hohenbrink 1-0–3, Ault 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21 3-5–55.

Riverdale 6 8 10 14 — 38

Bluffton 21 16 11 7 — 55

3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 3 (Miller, Loveridge & Davis) Bluffton 10 (Soper 4, Denecker 3, Piercefield 2, Hohenbrink 1).

OLD FORT 72

DANBURY 46

DANBURY — Zach Dewese led a group of 11 Old Fort players to score Saturday as it toppled Danbury 72-46 in Sandusky Bay Conference River division action.

Dewese tallied the team high in points (15), rebounds (7) and assists (4) as the Stockaders improved to 13-5 overall and 11-1 in the SBC River.

Old Fort and Tiffin Calvert (10-1 SBC River) remain atop the conference standings with two and three league games remaining, respectively. Old Fort won the schools’ first meeting 70-59 and they meet again Friday.

Colin Nutter added 13 points for the Stockaders and Carson Steyer scored nine and matched Dewese’s seven rebounds.

Noah Stys pumped in a game-high 28 points for the Lakers (5-14, 2-10).

Old Fort (13-5, 11-1 SBC River)

Dewese 6-2–15, Nutter 6-1–13, C. Steyer 3-3–9, G. Steyer 3-0–7, Havens 2-2–7, W. Miller 2-0–6, A. Steyer 2-0–5, R. Miller 2-0–4, Salas 1-1–3, Smith 1-0–2, M. Miller 0-1–1. TOTALS: 28-63 10-15 — 72.

Danbury (5-14, 2-10 SBC River)

Stys 10-4–28, Perram 2-3–7, Buchanan 2-0–4, Behrent 1-0–3, Evans 0-2–2, Conrad 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-61 9-18 — 46.

Old Fort 28 20 19 5 — 72

Danbury 9 12 17 8 — 46

3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 6-17 (W. Miller 2, G. Steyer, A. Steyer, Havens & Dewese 1); Danbury 5-30 (Stys 4, Behrent 1).

rebounds: Old Fort 49 (Dewese & C. Steyer 7); Danbury 28.

turnovers: Old Fort 16, Danbury 16.

junior varsity: Old Fort, 53-14.

LEIPSIC 39

EDGERTON 34

EDGERTON — Dylan Schroeder posted a double-double and Leipsic slipped past Edgerton 39-34 in Saturday’s nonleague game.

Schroeder racked up a game-high 12 points with 10 rebounds and four assists for the Vikings (9-9). Cole Rieman was the only other player to score in double figures with 11 points.

Edgerton dropped to 10-8 with the loss.

Leipsic (9-9)

Schroeder 4-4–12, Rieman 5-0–11, Hiegel 2-3–8, Liffick 2-0–6, Mangas 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14-38 7-9 — 39.

Leipsic 11 8 11 9 — 39

Edgerton 10 5 12 7 — 34

3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 4-17 (Liffick 2, Rieman & Hiegel 1); Edgerton 4-12.

rebounds: Leipsic 23 (Schroeder 10); Edgerton 24.

turnovers: Leipsic 11, Edgerton 13.

junior varsity: Leipsic, 41-38.

PATRICK HENRY 43

HOLGATE 35

HAMLER — In a high-scoring fourth quarter, Patrick Henry staved off a Holgate comeback with efficient foul shooting to claim a 43-35 nonleague win on Saturday.

The Patriots, who improved to 5-14, converted 20 of 23 (87 percent) free throws led by Christian Petersen’s six foul shots and game-high 17 points.

Avery Casillas hit a pair of 3-pointers for a team-high six points for the Tigers (1-18).

Holgate (1-18)

Casillas 2-0–6, Sonnenberg 2-0–5, Kupersmith 2-1–5, Meyer 1-2–4, Sparks 1-2–4, Wenner 1-0–3, Hattemer 1-1–3, Medina 1-1–3, Like 0-2–2. TOTALS: 11-31 11-14 — 35.

Patrick Henry (5-14)

Petersen 5-6–17, Jackson 1-5–7, Holloway 2-3–7, Shanks 2-0–6, Schulze 0-4–4, McGraw 0-1–1, Diem 0-1–1. TOTALS: 10-26 20-23 — 43.

Holgate 6 5 9 15 — 35

Patrick Henry 10 7 7 19 — 43

3-Point GOALS: Holgate 4-17 (Casillas 2, Sonnenberg & Wenner 1); Patrick Henry 3-9 (Shanks 2, Petersen 1).

rebounds: Holgate 19 (Meyer 5); Patrick Henry 19 (Schulze & Diem 4).

turnovers: Holgate 9, Patrick Henry 5.

junior varsity: Holgate, 32-27.

CONTINENTAL 54

NORTH BALTIMORE 49

CONTINENTAL — Continental’s Mitchell Coleman tallied game-highs of 26 points and 11 rebounds as the Pirates edged North Baltimore 54-49 in overtime in a nonleague boys game Saturday.

Gavin Huff added 12 points as the Pirates (3-16) outscored the Tigers (2-15) 9-4 in overtime.

Clayton Heineman tallied 12 points and Alex Snyder had 10 points to pace North Baltimore.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY 52

CORY-RAWSON 44

RAWSON — Upper Scioto Valley outscored Cory-Rawson 25-11 in the second half to earn a 52-44 nonleague boys basketball win Saturday.

Quinn Sanders totaled 19 points to lead the Rams (13-5) while Wyatt Daniels scored 13 and Brady Hipsher had 11 points.

Carson Houck went off for six 3-pointers, all in the first half, and a game-high 27 points with four rebounds to front the Hornets (6-12). Kyle Schultz added 13 points, three rebounds and two assists.

UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (13-5)

D. Thompson 0-2–2, Lowery 2-3–7, Daniels 4-1–13, Hipsher 4-2–11, Q. Sanders 8-3–19. TOTALS: 18-44 11-18–52.

CORY-RAWSON (6-12)

Schultz 5-0–13, Houck 9-3–27, Stauffer 2-0–4. TOTALS: 16-39 3-13–44.

Upper Scioto Valley 14 13 10 15 — 52

Cory-Rawson 17 16 5 6 — 44

3-Point GOALS: Upper Scioto Valley 5-16 (Daniels 4, Hipsher 1); Cory-Rawson 9-19 (Houck 6, Schultz 3).

rebounds: Upper Scioto Valley 28; Cory-Rawson 18 (Roth, Houck & Stauffer 4).

turnovers: Upper Scioto Valley 11; Cory-Rawson 14.

junior varsity: Upper Scioto Valley, 55-53.

WAUSEON 54

ELMWOOD 41

BLOOMDALE — Wauseon doubled up Elmwood in the first quarter and raced to a 54-41 nonleague win on Saturday.

Jonathan Duvall paced a trio of Royals to score in double figures with 14 points and four rebounds. Manson Lentz and Bryce Reynolds (4 reb) scored 11 apiece for Elmwood (12-7), which was outscored 13-6 in the opening frame.

Levi Seiler’s 15 points led all scorers for the Indians (16-3). Trent Armstrong added 11 points.

Wauseon (16-3)

Seiler 7-1–15, Armstrong 5-1–11, N. Tester 3-3–9, Brock 3-2–8, Rodriguez 1-3–5, J. Tester 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21 12 — 54.

Elmwood (12-7)

Duvall 5-2–14, Lentz 5-0–11, Reynolds 4-0–11, Abke 1-0–3, Tienarend 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16 2 — 41.

Wauseon 13 14 10 17 — 54

Elmwood 6 13 6 16 41–

3-Point GOALS: Wauseon 0; Elmwood 7 (Reynolds 3, Duvall 2, Lentz & Abke 1).

CRESTLINE 75

VANLUE 59

VANLUE — Vanlue led 35-32 at halftime but Crestline took control in the second half to pick up a 75-59 nonleague boys basketball win Saturday.

Kaden Ronk dropped a game-high 30 points for the Bulldogs (7-12) while Ty Clark added 15 points.

Joey Bonham put in 18 points, five assists and six steals for the Wildcats (2-16). Jaren Kloepfer totaled 15 points and six rebounds.

CRESTLINE (7-12)

Ronk 11-6–30, Anatra 2-5–9, Phillips 2-1–7, T. Clark 5-5–15, Harley 4-1–9, E. Clark 0-3–3, Moore 1-0–2. TOTALS: 25-45 21-31–75.

VANLUE (2-16)

Temple 4-0–9, Jaren Kloepfer 5-2–15, Jared Kloepfer 2-0–4, Ward 3-0–6, Bonham 5-8–18, Jad. Kloepfer 1-0–2, Saltzman 2-1–5. TOTALS: 22-53 11-15–59.

Crestline 17 15 18 25 — 75

Vanlue 18 17 11 13 — 59

3-Point GOALS: Crestline 4-16 (Ronk & Phillips 2); Vanlue 4-13 (Jaren Kloepfer 3, Temple).

rebounds: Crestline 32; Vanlue 27 (Jaren Kloepfer & Temple 6).

turnovers: Crestline 21; Vanlue 26.

junior varsity: Crestline, 40-31.

MILLER CITY 55

VAN BUREN 50

MILLER CITY — Van Buren put together a second-half rally but it was too little, too late as the Black Knights dropped a 55-50 nonconference boys basketball game to Miller City Saturday night.

Miller City (10-9) built a 27-16 halftime lead before the Black Knights (11-5) finally got their offense on track to outscore the Wildcats 34-18 in the second half.

Luke Lammers led three Miller City players in double figures with 13 points, five assists and three steals. Austin Ruhe popped in 12 points and Isaac Fillinger netted 11.

Van Buren’s Connor Ohlrich led all scorers with 16 points and three assists. Nick McCracken added 10 points and six rebounds.

VAN BUREN (11-5)

Ohlrich 4-6–16, Rader 1-1–3, McCracken 5-0–10, Warren 1-3–5, Goble 2-5–9, Kramer 3-0–8. TOTALS: 16-45 14-21–50.

MILLER CITY (10-9)

Lammers 4-2–123, Fillinger 4-3–11, Ruhe 2-0–12, Goble 2-1–5, Koenig 3-0–9, Burgei 0-1–1, Kuhlman 1-2–4. TOTALS: 16-39 17-31–55.

Van Buren 8 8 15 19 — 50

Miller City 7 20 11 17 — 55

3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 4-14 (Ohlrich & Kramer 2); Miller City 6-15 (Lammers & Koenig 3).

rebounds: Miller City 32 (Burgei 10); Van Buren 26 (McCracken 6).

turnovers: Miller City 14, Van Buren 6.

junior varsity: Miller City, 41-39.

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