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Published: Tuesday, 2/4/2014 - Updated: 5 months ago

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Scott tops Waite in OT; Cecil’s 31 lead Oak Harbor

Scott 56, Waite 48

The host Bulldogs prevailed in overtime Monday night in City League girls basketball.

Symone Palmer scored 15 points for Scott, while Essence Johnson had 14 and Satoya Rivers 11.

Taylor Works led the Indians with 17. Yatiah Caldwell 16.

Waite jumped out to a 14-8 lead after the first quarter, but Scott led 24-18 at halftime. The Indians tied it at 32 through three quarters, and it went to overtime tied at 45.

Oak Harbor 66, Danbury 38

OAK HARBOR — Andrea Cecil scored 31 points to spark the Rockets (14-3). Emma Barney and Athena Eli both added 10.

Megan Stephens led Danbury with 10.

Whitmer 50, Findlay 26

Keshyra McCarver scored 18 points for the host Panthers (12-4, 6-3 TRAC).

Joslyn Bendt had eight points to lead the Trojans (2-15, 2-8).

Clay 67, St. Ursula 43

Samantha Enck scored 16 points, Hannah Hess 15, Haley Hess 13, and Mary O’Conner 10 for the visiting Eagles (10-7, 5-4 TRAC) won.

Megan Burns and Marge Rody each scored 12 for the Arrows (3-12, 0-8).

Perrysburg 66, Start 40

Sarah Baer scored 20 points and Allex Brown 15 as the visiting Yellow Jackets (13-2) pulled away.

Mariah White led Start (8-7) with 11 points. Kendra Jones added 10.

Woodward 50, Otesgo 44

TONTOGANY — For the Polar Bears, K’Shawna Barnett scored 19 points and Cierra Stamper 12.

Abby Hesselschwardt led Otsego with 16 points.

Springfield 51, Bowling Green 43

Natalie Yoder had 14 points and Mya Watkins 11 for the Blue Devils (10-9, 6-7 NLL).

Hanna Williford scored 15 points and Rianna Smith added 12 for the Bobcats (9-10, 4-8).

Lima Senior 90, Central Catholic 66

LIMA — Indiya Benjamin scored 26 points and Rion Thompson added 24 for the Spartans.

Byrdy Galernik led TC with 21. Demi Russell added 16 and Alex Matus 10.

Swanton 53, Cardinal Stritch 33

SWANTON — Kyleigh Ramlow scored 14 and Maicie Wheeler 10 to lead the Bulldogs (8-9).

CeCe Gozdowski paced the Cardinals (8-10) with eight.

Lake 63, Woodmore 40

ELMORE — Jordyn Taylor led the visiting Flyers with 23 points.

Sara Dabney scored 13 and Chloe Huston 10 for Lake (8-9, 5-5 NBC).

Allie Wank scored 13 and Jordan Williams 12 for the Wildcats (8-11, 6-5).

Genoa 73, Eastwood 43

PEMBERVILLE — Haley Pickard scored 20, while Erica Harder and Ciarra Albright both added 16 points for the Comets (14-4, 8-3 NBC).

Reagan Boice led Eastwood (2-10, 3-13) with 13. Mackenzie Albright had 12 points and added Aubrey Peters 10.

Elmwood 58, Gibsonburg 34

BLOOMDALE — Kristen Curtis scored 19 points for the Royals.

Danielle Fork and Amanda Shammo each had 10 for the Golden Bears.

Tinora 55, Liberty Center 25

TINORA — Ashley Mack’s 11 points sparked the host Rams.

Niki Meyer finished with 11 for the Tigers.

Maumee Valley 30, Monclova Christian 27

Kennedie Jackson led the visiting Hawks with 14 points.

Rachel Kerser led the Thunder with nine.

Ayersville 45, Wauseon 44

WAUSEON — Megan Schubert was a virtuoso as she led the Pilots (14-3) with 23 points.

Natalie Koenig had 13, Sariah Yackee 12 and Maddie Richer 11 for the Indians (9-9).

Evergreen 36, Fayette 20

FAYETTE — Alyssa Noe and Alysa Langenderfer each scored 11 points for the Vikings.

Old Fort 49, Northwood 42

OLD FORT — Alli Adelsperger and Peyton Miller both scored 12 to lead Old Fort.

Allison Roach finished with 15 points for the Rangers. Lissy Wojcinski added 12.



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