Southview's Charnae Merrell, pictured in a game earlier this season, scored 18 points Thursday in a win over Napoleon.
PERRYSBURG 65, BOWLING GREEN 24
Ashlynn Brown scored 15 points and Nadeen Jemaa 14 as the Yellow Jackets (19-3, 14-0) completed a perfect run through the Northern Lakes League.
Audrey Lerch led Bowling Green (6-16, 1-13) with eight points.
SPRINGFIELD 50, NORTHVIEW 31
Rayonna Armstrong scored 28 points and Cierra Harris finished with 14 points to lead the Blue Devils (10-11, 6-8 NLL) in Sylvania.
Alexa Borgerson led host Northview (7-13, 4-9) with 12 points.
SOUTHVIEW 50, NAPOLEON 46
Southview scored 22 fourth-quarter points to overcome a five-point deficit to defeat visiting Napoleon.
Charnae Merrell scored 18 points to lead the Cougars (17-4, 11-3), while teammate Lauren Perry added 12.
Shae Pedroza and Aubrey Shroyer led Napoleon (14-8, 8-6 NLL) with 11 points apiece. Taylor Strock scored 10 points for the Wildcats.
LIMA SENIOR 48, CLAY 41
Destiny McDonald finished with 21 points and Talor Washington 15 for visiting Lima Senior (11-11, 6-8) in Three Rivers Athletic Conference play.
Elizabeth Vincent led Clay (8-14, 4-10) with 18 points. Shannon Coughlin added 10 points.
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NOTRE DAME 78, ST. URSULA 30
Kailah Johnson scored 15 points to lead the Eagles (18-4, 14-0 TRAC) to a comfortable home win. Also excelling for the winners were Jala Johnson and Ariel Cummings, both of whom scored 12 points.
The Arrows (0-21, 0-14) were led by Riley Shoots, who scored nine points.
EASTWOOD 53, OTSEGO 50
TONTOGANY — Jamie Schmeltz scored 23 points and Morgan Rost added 10 as Eastwood (17-5, 12-2) won in two overtimes in Northern Buckeye Conference play.
Brynne Limes led Otsego (10-11, 6-8) with 15 points. Jaclyn Ghesquiere added 13 points.
ROSSFORD 52, WOODMORE 46
ELMORE — In Northern Buckeye Conference action, Rossford won on the road, thanks to a high-powered offensive outburst by Sammi Mikonowicz, who scored a game-high 23 points.
Haleigh Peters and Megan Dunne added 11 points apiece for the Bulldogs (9-12, 6-8 NBC).
Woodmore (11-11, 7-7) was paced by Katie Brugger’s 10 points. Jordan Nighswander had eight points and Brooke Allen had seven.
LAKE 69, GENOA 32
MILLBURY — The Flyers knocked down 14 3-pointers on the way to a decisive Northern Buckeye Conference victory.
Mya Staczek led Lake (16-6, 10-4) with 20 points. Lexi Robinson had 16 points, and Bri Petroff added 13.
Caitlin Cruickshank paced Genoa (4-18, 2-12) with eight points.
CARDINAL STRITCH 41, NORTHWOOD 22
The visiting Cardinals held a seven-point lead entering the fourth quarter before outscoring Northwood 15-3 during the final quarter.
Erika Berg led Cardinal Stritch (7-15, 7-7 TAAC) with 13 points, including three 3-pointers, Courteney Hardy had nine points, and Sammi Turner added six.
The Rangers (2-19, 0-14) were paced by Olivia Randall and Kirsten Dombrowski, who each scored eight points in the loss.
EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 36, GIBSONBURG 26
GIBSONBURG — Sydney McCauley scored 18 points, Olivia Pollock added 11, and the Warriors (9-13, 4-9 TAAC) won on the road.
Emily Roberts and Sydney Busdeker both led Gibsonburg (5-16, 5-9) with 12 points at home.
SWANTON 34, LIBERTY CENTER 29
SWANTON — Sidney Taylor and Averie Lutz each scored 12 points as the Bulldogs (15-7, 4-3) closed the Northwest Ohio Athletic League regular season on a winning note.
Jerica Hollenbaugh led Liberty Center (13-9, 3-4) with 11 points.
EVERGREEN 44, WAUSEON 31
METAMORA — Evergreen was victorious at home against Northwest Ohio Athletic League foe Wauseon.
The Vikings (10-10, 2-5 NWOAL) were led by Abi Borojevich’s game-high 18 points. Bailie Sutter scored 11 points, and Hannah Herr added seven.
Sam Aeschliman and Sydney Zirkle each scored 10 points in the loss for Wauseon (2-19, 0-7).
MARGARETTA 72, PORT CLINTON 34
CASTALIA — Hannah Wiedenheft scored 16 points, Jayden Moore 13, and Kennedi Hilton 11 for Margaretta, which won at home.
Abby Decker and Delayna Laurel both scored eight for Port Clinton, which dropped to 5-17.
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