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Notre Dame, Elmwood, Archbold win leagues

Fremont Ross, Anthony Wayne prevail late

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Notre Dame 55, St. Ursula 20

The Eagles clinched their third straight Three Rivers Athletic Conference girls basketball title with a lopsided home win on Thursday night.

Notre Dame led the Arrows 27-0 after the first quarter and 38-0 at the half.

Tierra Floyd paced Notre Dame (14-3, 11-1) with 16 points, and Jayda Worthy — playing in her first game since Dec. 20 — added 10 points.

St. Ursula (3-10, 0-9) was led by Megan Burns’ eight points.

 

Elmwood 53, Eastwood 41

BLOOMDALE — Kristin Curtis scored 20 points, Samantha Ervin added 17, and the Royals (13-5, 11-1) secured the outright Northern Buckeye Conference championship.

Mackenzie Albright finished with 14 points for the Eagles (2-16, 1-12).

 

Archbold 46, Delta 37

DELTA — The Blue Streaks clinched the Northwest Ohio Athletic League title behind 17 points from Cassidy Wyse.

Jesse Fidler added 14 for Archbold (17-1, 8-0).

Brigan Wymer and Morgan Mattimore each scored 15 for Delta (11-8, 5-3).

 

Rogers 76, Bowsher 20

Sasha Dailey and Keyanna Austin had 12 points each and Keasja Peace added 10 as 12 Rams (16-4, 10-0 CL) scored in the road win.

Cierra Bryant scored eight for the Rebels (0-17, 0-10).

 

Start 50, Woodward 44

Kendra Jones paced the visiting Spartans (9-7, 8-2 CL) with 11 points.

K’shawna Barnett led Woodward (7-10, 4-6) with 20 points.

 

Fremont Ross 51, Whitmer 49

FREMONT — Elayna Ackerman hit a field goal with 1.5 seconds left to give Fremont Ross a TRAC win.

Ackerman finished with 14 points. Abbi Hasselbach also scored 14 for Ross (9-7, 3-5), Valerie Samson had 12, and Shania Kiser had 10.

Keshyra McCarver scored 15 points and topped 1,000 points in her career. Abigail Sarabia added 13 for Whitmer (11-5, 5-4).

 

Central Catholic 61, Findlay 38

FINDLAY — Alex Matus led the way for the Irish (12-6, 6-5 TRAC) with 16 points. Demi Russell added 14 and Alissa Galernik scored 12.

Sara Thomas led Findlay (2-16, 2-9) with 14 points.

 

Lima Senior 84, Clay 69

At Clay, Lima Senior raced out to a 27-12 lead after one quarter and cruised.

Essence Cowan scored 26 points for the Spartans (15-3, 8-3 TRAC), Rion Thompson added 25, and Indiya Benjamin scored 19.

Haley Hess led Clay (11-8, 6-5) with 22 points, and Morgan Connor added 19 points.

 

Anthony Wayne 32, Napoleon 31

The Generals led 24-20 after three quarters and hung on to win at home despite being outscored 11-8 in the final quarter.

Jasmine Bonivel scored 13 points to lead Anthony Wayne (13-5, 9-4 NLL).

Napoleon (5-12, 2-11) was led by Carlie Kruse’s 11 points and Mia Rausch’s 10.

 

Perrysburg 64, Springfield 36

The Yellow Jackets (16-2, 13-0) won at home to remain unbeaten in the NLL. Lindy Delong led with 14 points, Sarah Baer added 12, and Allex Brown 11.

Natalie Yoder’s 16 points topped the Blue Devils (10-10, 5-8).

 

Northview 53, Maumee 13

Kendall McCoy scored 21 points and Kendall Jessing 14 as visiting Wildcats (15-5, 10-3 NLL) won.

Kalena Harris and Evyn Kachenmeister both had five for Maumee (1-16, 0-13).

 

Lake 46, Otsego 36

TONTOGANY — Catie Phalen scored 16 points and Jordyn Taylor had 10 as Lake (9-9, 6-5) won in the NBC.

Mackenzie Wenig paced Otsego (8-10, 6-5) with 10 points.

 

Cardinal Stritch 70, Emmanuel Christian 27

At Stritch, CeCe Gozdowski tallied 18 points to lead the Cardinals (9-10, 8-4 TAAC). Kali Hardy added 12.

Ceonna Simon and Chelsea Graham led the Warriors (3-9, 1-9) with seven each.

 

Toledo Christian 39, Gibsonburg 35

GIBSONBURG — Camille Gist scored 17 points to boost the visiting Eagles (11-6, 11-1 TAAC).

Brittney Holcomb had 13 and Danielle Fork 10 for the Golden Bears (5-13, 5-6).

 

Ottawa Hills 59, Maumee Valley 18

At Maumee Valley, Foster Smith scored 13 points and Olivia VanSlooten 10 for the winners (13-3, 10-1 TAAC)

Maumee Valley dropped to 2-15, 1-10.

 

Danbury 57, Northwood 44

Erin Lavelle scored 24 points to spark the visiting Lakers (9-10, 6-5 TAAC).

Doma Cruz led the Rangers (2-14, 2-8) with 14, and Allison Roach had 13.

 

Evergreen 54, Bryan 48

BRYAN — Haili Mossing scored 22 points and Kendalyn Noe 10 as the Vikings (14-4, 7-1 NWAOL) won.

Hannah Schimmoeller led Bryan (9-9, 4-4) with 24 points. Brooke Vollmer added 12.

 

Pettisville 60, Hilltop 57

WEST UNITY — Pettisville outscored Hilltop 25-10 in the final quarter to win.

Dana Fricke poured in 26 points for the Blackbirds. Lauren Hostetler added 15.

Emily Armbruster paced Hilltop with 17 points, LeAnn Jones scored 12, and Hannah Bleikamp had 10.



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