BOWLING GREEN — In a back-and-forth Northern Lakes League boys basketball opener, Southview rallied to send it to overtime but Bowling Green stepped up defensively to hold on for a 72-67 win in OT.
The Bobcats held the Cougars to three points in overtime and scored eight points to take the home victory.
Southview led 38-34 at the half.
BG outscored the Cougars 21-11 in the third quarter to go up 55-49.
However, Southview (0-2) rallied back to tie it.
BG (2-0) then hit four of six free throws in overtime.
Bobcats senior Vitto Brown led his team with 26 points, while Andrew Herringshaw chipped in with 19.
Southview’s Matt Morrison led all scorers with 27 points. J.J. Pinckney scored 12 and Brandon Stweart added 11.
Perrysburg 38, Springfield 32
The visiting Blue Devils kept pace with the Yellow Jackets, trailing 19-18 at the break, but a 12-9 third-quarter run gave Perrysburg some breathing room in a NLL showdown.
Nick Moschetti led Perrysburg with 14 points while Shane Edwards chipped in 12. Marquan Hodges paced the Blue Devils with 10.
Maumee 48, Northview 44
Jason Wanamaker led Maumee (1-0, 1-0) with 24 points on the way to a NLL victory on the road.
Dominique King added 12 points for the Panthers.
Connor Hartnett paced Northview (1-1, 0-1) with 14 points. Jeff Czerniakowski added 12 points and Nate Bartlett scored 11.
Wauseon 32, Holgate 24
HOLGATE — The Indians pulled away midway through the fourth quarter with a 5-0 run.
Holgate (1-2) led 20-16 late in the third quarter before Wauseon (1-1) took over.
Collin Bzovi paced the Indians with 14 points.
Landon Grimm scored 12 and Jake Aelker added 10 for the Tigers.
Wauseon scored the last five points in the third.
Fayette 45, Edon 29
EDON — Cole Burkholder poured in 21 points to lead Fayette (2-1, 1-0 Buckeye Border).
Kaden Sapp and Mike Peeples led Edon (2-1, 0-1) with nine points each.
Woodmore 54, Otsego 50
TONTOGANY — Shannon O’Connor tossed in 16 points, including five important free throws in the overtime session, as the Wildcats came away with a Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball road victory.
Grace Weirich and Leah Bench each added 11 points for Woodmore.
Jessica Roberts topped the Knights with 13 points, while Lindsey Donald had 10.
Notre Dame 60, Fremont Ross 18
The Eagles (3-2, 2-0 TRAC) won at home behind 18 points from Kaayla McIntyre and 12 from Christina Jefferson.
Fremont Ross was led by Ariana Spencer with eight.
Rossford 60, Fostoria 24
The Bulldogs (3-1, 2-0 NBC) won handily at home as four players scored in double figures, topped by Julie Hotz’ 16 points. Alaina Mitchell added 14, Courtney Morris 12, and Hannah Marcinek had 10 for the winners.
Lima Sr. 74, Clay 55
The Spartans got balanced scoring to win at Clay.
Essence Cowan led the way with 23 points, Rea Thompson added 17, Stacia Allen 15, and Indiya Benjamin 10.
Morgan Kovacs led the Eagles with 12 points, with Kayla Schaefer chipping in with 10.
Central Catholic 66, St. Ursula 54
The Irish built a 10-point lead at the half and went on to the road win.
Demi Russell led the Irish with 16 points, Deonna Murdock added 14 and Jen Vilet 12.
Megan Burns scored a game-high 21 points for the Arrows.
Toledo Christian 56, Cardinal Stritch 33
Darian Westmeyer scored 20 points to lead Toledo Christian (2-0) to a home victory in the TAAC.
Kenzie Harder added 12 points for the Eagles.
Maggie Merren paced Cardinal Stritch (1-2) with 11 points.
Genoa 45, Eastwood 38
PEMBERVILLE — Ciara Albright and Haley Pickard each scored 12 points to pace Genoa (4-0, 2-0).
Presley Weaver led Eastwood (1-3, 1-1) with 14 points and Kelsey Weaver added 11 for the Eagles.
Elmwood 52, Lake 45
MILLBURY — Kristen Curtis scored 15 points, Brittany Gross added 14 and Marissa Swavel chipped in with 11 to lead Elmwood.
Alyssa Shaffer led Lake with 18 points, including three 3-pointers.
Gibsonburg 42, Maumee Valley 12
Marisa Alvarado paced Gibsonburg (3-0) with 12 points on the way to a runaway victory.
Maumee Valley drops to 0-2 on the season.
Findlay 48, Whitmer 25
FINDLAY — Christina McQueen scored 10 points to lead Findlay (3-0, 2-0) to a TRAC victory.
Samanth Meinen paced Whitmer (2-2, 0-2) with 17 points.
Ottawa Hills 56, Northwood 19
Allie Dewire scored 14 points to lead Ottawa Hills to a runaway road victory in the TAAC.