Elmwood’s Brooklyn Thrash, right, brings the ball up the court against Fostoria’s Mya Weimerskirch (3) and Carmen Castro during Thursday’s game at Elmwood. (Photo by Michael Burwell.)

BLOOMDALE — Elmwood sophomore Brooklyn Thrash erupted for a school-record 44 points on Thursday as the Royals rolled by Fostoria 80-31 in a Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball game.

Thrash broke Zoe Shank’s record of 42 from 2018. The Royals’ 6-foot wing knocked down three 3-pointers, made 14 shots from inside the arc and went 7 of 7 from the free-throw line.

Kayla Minich added 17 points, seven assists, five rebounds and four steals for Elmwood (13-9, 7-7 NBC).

Mya Weimerskirch had eight points and Carmen Castro six to lead Fostoria (2-19, 0-14 NBC).

FOSTORIA (2-19, 0-14 NBC)

Maurer 2-1–5, Weimerskirch 3-0–8, Velazquez 1-0–2, Chasco 2-0–4, Johnson 2-0–4, Castro 2-2–6, Groves 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-33 3-6 — 31.

ELMWOOD (13-9, 7-7 NBC)

Zimmerman 1-0–3, Mareches 2-0–5, Thrash 17-7–44, Minich 8-0–17, Milligan 1-0–2, Bingham 2-0–4, Barber 2-1–5. TOTALS: 33-59 8-8 — 80.

Fostoria 10 9 5 7 — 31

Elmwood 24 18 15 23 — 80

3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 2-8 (Weimerskirch 2); Elmwood 6-15 (Thrash 3, Zimmerman, Mareches & Minich).

rebounds: Fostoria 15; Elmwood 32 (Minich 5).

turnovers: Fostoria 21, Elmwood 17.

junior varsity: Fostoria, 42-40.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 78

FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 30

FREMONT — Kaia Woods had 21 points and MaKayla Elmore scored 20 on Thursday as state-ranked Hopewell-Loudon completed an unbeaten regular season with a 78-30 win over Fremont St. Joseph in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball game.

Woods had seven steals and Elmore grabbed eight rebounds for H-L (22-0, 16-0 SBC River), ranked 10th in the Associated Press Division III poll. Olivia Zender scored 11 points.

Tristan Reineck scored 13 points for Fremont St. Joseph (4-14, 4-12 SBC River).

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (22-0, 16-0 SBC River)

Woods 9-3–21, Elmore 8-3–20, Zender 4-0–11, Coleman 3-3–9, Searles 1-3–6, Fox 2-0–4, M. Kreais 0-2–2, Beidelschies 1-0–2, Milligan 0-2–2, H. Kreais 0-1–1. TOTALS: 28-60 17-25 — 78.

FREMONT. ST. JOSEPH (4-14, 4-12 SBC River)

Reineck 5-2–13, Wright 5-2–12, Hotz 1-0–2, Wammes 0-2–2, Grahl 0-1–1. TOTALS: 11-36 7-10 — 30.

H-L 28 22 13 15 — 78

Fremont St. Joseph 7 7 7 9 — 30

3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 5-23 (Zender 3, Elmore, Searles); Fremont St. Joseph 1-8 (Reineck).

rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 33 (Fox & Elmore 8); Fremont St. Joseph 26 (Wright 7).

turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 15; Fremont St. Joseph 34.

FINDLAY 40

TOLEDO WHITMER 32

TOLEDO — Findlay High post players Kaylee Brodine and Bri Nichols combined for 28 points and 18 rebounds as the Trojans knocked off Toledo Whitmer 40-32 in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference girls basketball game Thursday.

Brodine scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, while Nichols added 13 points and seven boards as Findlay finished the regular season 12-10 overall and 7-7 in the TRAC. The Trojans used a 12-4 second-quarter advantage to take a 22-14 halftime lead.

Tatum Young scored 10 points to lead Toledo Whitmer (12-9, 6-7 TRAC).

FINDLAY (12-10, 7-7 TRAC)

Rakestraw 1-0–2, Brodine 6-1–15, Puchta 2-0–5, Prusnek 2-0–5, Nichols 6-1–13. TOTALS: 17-49 2-9 — 40.

TOLEDO WHITMER (12-9, 6-7 TRAC)

Jones 1-0–2, Young 4-0–10, Nelson 3-3–9, Blood 3-2–8, Haynes 0-1–1, Gogol 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12-6–32.

Findlay 10 12 12 6 — 40

Tol. Whitmer 10 4 10 6 — 32

3-Point GOALS: Findlay 4-14 (Brodine 2, Puchta & Prusnek); Toledo Whitmer 2 (Young 2).

rebounds: Findlay 30 (Brodine 11).

turnovers: Findlay 14.

junior varsity: Findlay, 34-21.

COLUMBUS GROVE 80

ALLEN EAST 18

COLUMBUS GROVE — Four Columbus Grove players scored in double figures as the Bulldogs’ girls basketball team capped off an unbeaten season in Northwest Conference play with an 80-18 win over Allen East on Thursday.

Kenzie King totaled 16 points, five assists, four rebounds and four steals, while Savanah Ridenour added 16 points, five rebounds and three steals for Columbus Grove (17-3, 8-0 NWC).

Abby Gladwell had 11 points and Angel Schneider scored 10 for the Bulldogs.

Kate Newland’s six points led Allen East (5-16, 1-7 NWC).

ALLEN EAST (5-16, 1-7 NWC)

Newland 3-0–6, Brinkman 1-0–2, Whitley 1-2–4, Tobe 1-0–2, Richardson 1-0–2, Miller 1-0–2. TOTALS: 8-34 2-5 — 18.

COLUMBUS GROVE (17-3, 8-0 NWC)

Schneider 5-0–10, Witteborg 3-0–7, Schafer 2-0–4, Fortman 2-0–4, Downing 1-0–3, Halker 2-0–4, Clement 1-0–2, Schroeder 1-0–3, King 6-0–16, Gladwell 4-2–11, Ridenour 7-0–16. TOTALS: 34-71 2-2 — 80.

Allen East 6 4 6 2 — 18

Col. Grove 27 11 24 18 — 80

3-Point GOALS: Allen East 0-2; Columbus Grove 10-23 (King 4, Ridenour 2, Witteborg, Downing, Schroeder & Gladwell).

rebounds: Allen East 21; Columbus Grove 38 (Schafer & Ridenour 5).

turnovers: Allen East 27, Columbus Grove 7.

junior varsity: Columbus Grove, 24-0 (two quarters).

LINCOLNVIEW 45

ADA 31

VAN WERT — Courtney Sumner scored a game-high 16 points Thursday, but Ada lost 45-31 to Lincolnview in a Northwest Conference girls basketball game.

Miranda Wills scored nine points for Ada (8-14, 0-8 NWC).

Kendall Bollenbacher led Lincolnview (4-18, 2-6 NWC) with 15 points. Lana Carey scored nine points.

ADa (8-14, 0-8 NWC)

Sumner 7-0–16, Poling 1-0–2, Jordan 1-0–2, Wills 4-1–9, Waugh 0-2–2. TOTALS: 13 3-11 — 31.

Lincolnview (4-18, 2-6 NWC)

Ebel 2-2–6, Carey 4-1–9, Jackman 1-0–2, Fellers 0-2–2, Bollenbacher 7-1–15, Decker 1-2–4, Mendenhall 2-3–7. TOTALS: 17 11-17 — 45.

Ada 8 3 9 11 — 31

Lincolnview 5 19 13 8 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Ada 2 (Sumner 2); Lincolnview 0.

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