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Boys Roundup: Booth’s basket spurs Waite late

Clay, Whitmer, Perrysburg all win

WAITE 61, MONROE 59

MONROE, Mich. — Dominique Booth took the ball and drove to the basket for the game-winning shot with 3.2 seconds to play, giving the Indians the boys basketball win Tuesday night.

Mark Randall had 13 points for Waite (7-5), Corbaun Howard finished with 12 points, and Dewayne Wells scored 11.

Cole Chappell led Monroe with 12 points, and Carson Delven and Dominic Puccetti each had 10 points.

CLAY 81, BOWSHER 74

Reese Wamer scored 32 points in the visitors’ win. Trey Reddick added 16, Dakota Calkins 11, and Dustin Aiton 10 for the Eagles (6-9), who led 41-34 at the half.

Bowsher (5-7) was led by Ajai Washington, who had 32 points. Andre Williams had 18.

WHITMER 47, FREMONT ROSS 26

Areon Evans had 14 points to lead the Panthers (9-3, 5-1 TRAC) over the Little Giants (3-7, 1-5) in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference game.

Eddie Colbert had 11 points for Whitmer.

The Panthers lead by ten points at halftime, and took control of the game with a 17-1 third quarter.

PERRYSBURG 55, NAPOLEON 32

Jackson Sizemore scored 19 points and Drew Sims added 11 as the Yellow Jackets won at home (5-5, 3-3 NLL).

Jarrett Gerdeman led the Wildcats (2-11, 0-6) with nine.

ST. FRANCIS 64, SPRINGFIELD 52

Jackie Harris scored 19 points, Jakiel Wells added 16, and Drew Swerlein 12 for tge visiting Knights.

Denzel Prince led the Blue Devils with 20. Cameron Arce added 11.

ANTHONY WAYNE 52, EVERGREEN 42

Andrew Murphy scored 15 points and Max Denman chipped in 10 points to guide the Generals (8-3) to a non-conference victory.

Bryce Hudik had a game-high 16 points for the Vikings, who dropped to 5-6.

WAUSEON 80, MAUMEE 35

WAUSEON — All 12 Indians players scored, led by Austin Rotroff with 18 points, as Wauseon cruised to a nonconference win.

Brooks Gype had 14 points, and Trent Armstrong finished with 11 points.

Jacob Richardson shot six 3- pointers to lead Maumee with 18 points.

CARDINAL STRITCH 92, LAKE 46

MILLBURY — Joey Holifield scored 24 points to fuel the Cardinals’ emphatic victory. Jordan Burton added 17 and Little Anderson 15 for Cardinal Stritch (13-1).

Lake (5-9) was led by Christian Huntermark’s 13 points.

OTTAWA HILLS 51, GIBSONBURG 30

It was the Green Bears over the Golden Bears as James Silk poured in 20 points, Tommy Coil added 14, and John Kight 10 for Ottawa Hills.

Addison Weaver led Gibsonburg with 17.

MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 58, NORTHWOOD 55

Luke Metzger hit five 3- pointers and scored 43 points to lead Monclova Christian.

Logan McDermott led the Rangers (1-13) with 16 points. Jay Moten added 12.

NORTH BALTIMORE 59, PATRICK HENRY 46

HAMLER — Levi Gazarek scored 13 points, Tyler Durfey 12, Julian Hagemeyer 11, and Adam Flores 10 for the visiting Tigers.

Xavier Wensink led the Patriots (4-7) with 15 points. Christian Petersen added 10.

OAK HARBOR 58, HURON 48

OAK HARBOR — Jac Alexander finished with 23 points and Tate Smith 20 for the host Rockets (10-2, 5-1 Sandusky Bay Conference).

Michael Hurst led Huron with 19 points.

VERMILION 63, PORT CLINTON 37

VERMILION — Jonah Pheil and Mason Montgomery both scored 17 points as Vermilion (10-1) won at home.

Max Rumbarger led Port Clinton (0-10) with nine points.

NEW RIEGEL 59, LAKOTA 33

NEW RIEGEL — Ben Dryfuse scored 23 points and Dylan Smith added 10 points to aid New Riegel to victory.

Tyler Wehrle led the Raiders with 10 points.

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