DOUG LEAR / for The Courier
LAKOTA’S QIARA PALOS (32), tries to keep possession of the basketball while surrounded by Sandusky St. Mary’s defenders during Saturday’s SBC River Division game.

COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove used a strong second half to add to its one-point halftime lead to stop Arlington 46-37 in Saturday’s nonleague girls basketball game.

Rylee Sybert scored a team-high 13, led with six rebounds and had three assists for the Bulldogs (14-5). Kenzie King scored nine with a pair of steals and Angel Schneider matched Sybert’s six boards.

Hannah Willow led all players in each of points (15), rebounds (7) and blocks (4) to pace the Red Devils. Kylie Sheets and Sarah Solt each scored nine for Arlington (16-4).

Arlington (16-4)

Willow 6-2–15, Sheets 4-0–9, Solt 3-2–9, Dodds 1-0–2, Pepple 1-0–2. TOTALS: 15-47 4-7–37.

Columbus Grove (14-5)

Sybert 5-2–13, King 4-0–9, Schneider 3-2–8, Vorst 3-0–7, Gladwell 2-0–5, Witteborg 1-0–2, Downing 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-42 4-7 — 46.

Arlington 12 11 9 5 — 37

Columbus Grove 19 5 13 9 — 46

3-Point GOALS: Arlington 3-14 (Solt, Sheets & Willow 1); Columbus Grove 4-13 (Sybert, King, Vorst & Gladwell 1).

rebounds: Arlington 21 (Willow 7); Columbus Grove 31 (Sybert & Schneider 6).

turnovers: Arlington 15, Columbus Grove 18.

junior varsity: Arlington, 22-13.

UPPER SANDUSKY 38

MOHAWK 32

SYCAMORE — Alivia Oney and Alexis Fogle both struggled from the field on Saturday, but the duo combined for 24 points to lead Upper Sandusky past Mohawk 38-32 in a Northern 10 Conference game.

Oney finished with a team-high 13 points for the Rams (13-7, 11-4 N10), while Fogle popped in 11. The duo had seven rebounds apiece.

The Warriors fell to 4-16 overall and 3-12 in the N10.

Upper Sandusky 10 7 11 10 — 38

Mohawk 8 5 11 8 — 32

3-Point GOALS: Upper Sandusky 5-16 (Oney 3, Fogle & McLaughlin 1).

rebounds: Upper Sandusky 32 (Oney & Fogle 7).

turnovers: Upper Sandusky 14.

junior varsity: Upper Sandusky, 21-12.

NEW RIEGEL 36

DANBURY 24

LAKESIDE — Aubrey Bouillon recorded a double-double Saturday afternoon to help New Riegel sink Danbury 36-24 in a Sandusky Bay River Division girls basketball game.

Bouillon finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds and six steals. Brooklyn Gillig added 11 points and five rebounds as the Blue Jackets improved to 8-11 overall and 7-6 in the conference with the win.

Annie Tibbels scored seven points with six steals for the Lakers (5-15, 3-10).

NEW RIEGEL (8-11, 7-6 SBC River)

Bouillon 4-1–13, Dailey 1-0–2, Gillig 2-4–11, Coleman 1-0-2, Lininger 2-0–4, Norville 2-0–4, Williams 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-37 5-8–36.

DANBURY (5-15, 3-10 SBC RIVER)

Harris 2-0–4, Hollenbeck 0-0–0, Rokosky 0-0–0, Rodriguez 2-0–4, Tibbels 3-1–7, Valenti 0-0–0, Welter 0-2–2. TOTALS: 10-38 3-4–24.

New Riegel 8 11 8 9 — 36

Danbury 4 8 11 5 — 24

3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 5-11 (Bouillon 4, Gillig); Danbury 1-5 (Rakosky).

rebounds: New Riegel 32 (Bouillon 10, Gillig & Coleman 5); Danbury 12 (Rodriguez 5).

turnovers: New Riegel 24, Danbury 15.

junior varsity: Danbury, 16-12.

BLUFFTON 57

MILLER CITY 41

MILLER CITY — Bluffton opened Saturday’s game with a 34-point first half and held off Miller City 57-41 in nonleague action.

Averey Rumer’s 14 led a trio of double-figure scorers for the Pirates, who improved to 14-5. Katie Prater scored 11 and Alivia Koenig chipped in 10.

Natalie Koenig led all scorers with 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists for the Wildcats (9-12). Adrienne Kuhlman added 11 points.

Bluffton (14-5)

Rumer 6-1–14, Prater 4-2–11, Koenig 2-5–10, Schaadt 4-1–9, White 3-0–7, Eachus 2-0–4, L. Garmatter 1-0–2. TOTALS: 22-40 9-15 — 57.

Miller City (9-12)

Koenig 7-3–17, Kuhlman 3-3–11, Berner 3-1–7, Lammers 3-0–6. TOTALS: 16-49 7-9 — 41.

Bluffton 19 15 10 13 — 57

Miller City 11 10 13 7 — 41

3-Point GOALS: Bluffton 4-9 (White, Prater, Rumer & Koenig 1); Miller City 2-10 (Kuhlman 2).

rebounds: Bluffton 29; Miller City 16 (Koenig 8).

turnovers: Bluffton 15, Miller City 11.

junior varsity: Bluffton, 21-6.

FORT JENNINGS 44

AYERSVILLE 33

FORT JENNINGS — Kristen Luersman poured in 20 points and nearly had a double-double in leading Fort Jennings over Ayersville 44-33 in Saturday’s nonleague game.

Luersman also grabbed eight rebounds, while Maddie Neidert and Chloe Wieging each scored seven for the Musketeers (6-13).

Ashlee Tressler knocked down six of Ayersville’s (9-11) seven free throws and led with 12 points.

Ayersville (9-11)

Tressler 3-6–12, Eichler 4-0–8, Addington 3-0–6, Doles 1-1–3, Samlow 1-0–2, Froelich 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13 7-9 — 33.

Fort Jennings (6-13)

Luersman 8-3–20, Wieging 2-3–7, Neidert 2-3–7, Rau 1-2–4, Klir 1-0–3, Wisner 1-0–2, Calvelage 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15 12-21 — 44.

Ayersville 4 11 8 10 — 33

Fort Jennings 10 10 10 14 — 44

3-Point GOALS: Ayersville 0; Fort Jennings 2 (Luersman & Klir 1).

KALIDA 42

LEIPSIC 26

LEIPSIC — Abby Wurth worked the glass and pumped in a game-high 20 points in leading Kalida past Leipsic 42-26 in Saturday’s Putnam County League action.

Kalida, which improved to 15-5 overall, remained unbeaten in the PCL (6-0) to claim at least a share of the PCL crown. The Wildcats, who can win the title outright against Continental on Thursday, beat reigning conference champion Ottoville (6-1 PCL) on Jan. 3.

Wurth also led with nine rebounds, including four offensive, and Grace Klausing scored eight points and six rebounds.

Peyton Henry’s 12 points paced the Vikings (14-6, 4-3). Henry added four rebounds and five steals.

Kalida (15-5, 6-0 PCL)

Wurth 8-4–20, Klausing 3-1–8, Kaufman 2-0–5, Langhals 1-1–4, Smith 1-1–3, Maag 0-2–2. TOTALS: 15-39 9-13 — 42.

Leipsic (14-6, 4-3 PCL)

Henry 4-2–12, Dulle 1-2–5, Scheckelhoff 2-0–4, Rigel 1-1–3, Sickmiller 1-0–2. TOTALS: 9-37 5-15 — 26.

Kalida 15 8 8 11 — 42

Leipsic 7 6 10 3 — 26

3-Point GOALS: Kalida 3-16 (Klausing, Kaufman & Langhals 1); Leipsic 3-12 (Henry 2, Dulle 1).

rebounds: Kalida 28 (Wurth 9); Leipsic 23 (Rigel 5).

turnovers: Kalida 17, Leipsic 17.

junior varsity: Kalida def. Leipsic.

PATRICK HENRY 46

CONTINENTAL 18

CONTINENTAL — No player reached double figures for Patrick Henry and Continental on Saturday, but the Patriots had nine players score in snagging a 46-18 nonleague win.

Faith Bostelman paced all scorers with nine points for Patrick Henry (9-11), which opened the game with an 18-3 first quarter. Olivia Thompson scored eight, while Audrey Sonnenberg and Kayla Prigge chipped in seven apiece.

Katie Prowant led the Pirates (3-15) with five points.

Patrick Henry (9-11)

F. Bostelman 4-0–9, Thompson 2-3–8, Sonnenberg 2-2–7, Prigge 2-2–7, Nickels 2-0–6, Nelson 1-1–3, Seedorf 1-0–2, Vance 1-0–2, Fintel 0-2–2. TOTALS: 15 10-15 — 46.

Continental (3-15)

Prowant 2-1–5, A. Armey 2-0–4, Hoeffel 2-0–4, Potts 1-0–2, Keller 0-2–2, J. Armey 0-1–1. TOTALS: 7 4-9 — 18.

Patrick Henry 18 10 9 9 — 46

Continental 3 4 8 3 — 18

3-Point GOALS: Patrick Henry 6 (Nickels 2, Sonnenberg, Prigge, Thompson & Bostelman 1); Continental 0.

rebounds: Patrick Henry 33 (Vance 7); Continental 18.

turnovers: Patrick Henry 19, Continental 22.

junior varsity: Patrick Henry, 18-11.

LAKOTA 48

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S 47

KANSAS — Lakota’s Madison King scored the game-winning bucket with 2 seconds left as the Raiders prevailed 48-47 to give the league-leading Sandusky St. Mary’s its second Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball loss on Saturday.

King finished with a game-high 15 points, 13 in the second half for the Raiders (11-8, 6-7 SBC River). Alexa Gabel had 12 points and Aliza Dauterman added 10 points.

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’s (14-5, 12-1 SBC)

Neer 1-4–6, Huntley 5-3–14, Milkie 3-0–6, McCarty 4-1–9, Ma. London 1-0–3, Weilnau 4-1–9. TOTALS: 18 9-15–47.

LAKOTA (11-8, 6-7 SBC RIVER)

Klotz 1-1–4, Wallace 2-0–4, Gabel 4-4–12, Palos 1-1–3, Dauterman 5-0–10, King 7-1–15. TOTALS: 20 7-19–48.

Sandusky St. Mary’s 13 14 6 14 — 47

Lakota 5 16 13 14 — 48

3-Point GOALS: Sandusky St. Mary’s 2 (Huntley & Ma. London); Lakota 1 (Klotz).

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 44

GENOA 26

BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon’s Olivia Zender and MaKayla Elmore went for 18 and 17 points respectively with seven total 3-pointers as the Chieftains upended Genoa 44-26 in nonleague girls basketball action.

Zender hit four 3-pointers and tallied six rebound, three assists and four steals for the Chieftains. Elmore went 3 of 4 from downtown and completed the double-double with 11 rebounds as the Chieftains improved to 17-4 overall.

GENOA (3-17)

Fredericksen 4-0–9, Gerke 2-0–4, D. Goodman 2-0–4, Wiciak 1-1–3, Bradfield 1-1–3, Gose 1-0–3. TOTALS: 11-37 2-6–26.

HoPEWELL-LOUDON (17-4)

Zender 6-2–18, Elmore 6-2–17, Kreais 2-0–4, Coleman 1-2–4, Sadler 0-1–1. TOTALS: 15-44 7-12–44.

Genoa 5 8 6 7 — 26

Hopewell-Loudon 8 14 12 10 — 44

3-Point GOALS: Genoa 2-17 (Fredericksen & Gose); Hopewell-Loudon 7-20 (Zender 4, Elmore 3).

rebounds: Genoa 27 (D. Goodman 11); Hopewell-Loudon 27 (Elmore 11).

turnovers: Genoa 17; Hopewell-Loudon 14.

CAREY 55

RIDGEDALE 41

CAREY — Hannah Lonsway and Sadie Arend combined for 26 points for Carey as the Blue Devils stopped Ridgemont 55-41 in Northern 10 Conference girls basketball action.

Carey (5-15, 5-10 N10) broke open a tight contest by outgunning the Rockets 22-13 in the final frame..

Lonsway scored 14 points and Arend added 12 points and six steals. Avarie Stewart grabbed seven rebounds and Ellison Roark dished out four assists for the Blue Devils.

Ridgedale’s McKinley Britton led all scorers with 15 points. Briana Outcalt added 10 for the Rockets (5-14, 2-12).

RIDGEDALE (5-14, 2-12 N10)

Mullins 3-2–10, Thiel 0-1–1, Britton 6-3–15, Outcalt 4-2–10, Staton 0-5–5, Steuer 0-0–0, Nutter 0-0–0, Fawn 0-0–0, Mergy 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13 13–41.

CAREY (5-15, 5-10 N10)

Wagner 0-0–0, Roark 2-3–7, Mullholand 0-0–0, Tiell 3-1–8, Stewart 2-2–6, Lonsway 5-3–14, Roof 1-0–2, Tanner 3-0–6, Arend 2-8–12. TOTALS: 16 20–55.

Ridgedale 3 12 13 13 — 41

Carey 7 11 15 22 — 55

3-Point GOALS: Ridgedale 2 (Mullins 2); Carey 4 (Roark, Tiell, Lonsway & Tanner).

OLD FORT 63

TIFFIN CALVERT 44

OLD FORT — Old Fort’s girls basketball team got some help Saturday and clinched a share of the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division title as the Stockaders downed Tiffin Calvert 63-44.

Old Fort’s win, coupled with Lakota’s 48-47 upset of Sandusky St. Mary’s earlier in the day, moved to the Stockaders to 16-5 overall and 12-1 in conference play giving them at least a share of the crown.

Ashlyn Jones tossed in 18 points and grabbed four rebounds and Lexie White added 15 points and five boards to pace the Senecas (9-11, 7-6).

RIDGEMONT 55

RIVERDALE 37

MOUNT VICTORY — Ridgemont’s Faith Jenkins netted a game-high 24 points as the Gophers stopped Riverdale 55-37 in a nonconference girls basketball game on Saturday.

Bry Vanden Bosch did a little bit of everything for the Falcons (7-14) scoring 11 points with nine rebounds and five steals. Brooke Kuenzli scored 14 points with four assists.

OTTOVILLE 57

DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 44

DELPHOS — Ottoville’s Kasey Knippen scored 15 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Big Green to a 57-44 nonconference win against Delphos St. John’s.

Quinley Schlagbaum scored 11 points and Nicole Knippen added eight points and three steals for the Big Green (18-3).

Hannah Will led St. John’s and all scorers with 16 points.

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