FREMONT - Fallon Bailey scored just two points but they were the winning two as Fremont Ross squeezed past Clay 55-54 last night in double overtime.
Laura Wilson scored 16 points for the Little Giants (11-1, 7-1 GLL) and Alison Decker added 15.
Kate Achter paced Clay (7-6, 4-4) with 25 points.
WOODWARD 57, ST. URSULA 54
Misti Horton threw in 24 points and pulled down 13 rebounds, and Ebony Jones contributed 17 points, 12 assists and 7 steals as the Polar Bears beat the Arrows.
Second-half defense and seven 3-pointers were the key for Woodward in its first win over a Toledo Catholic school in at least nine years, coach James Jones said.
Natalie Waldon had 15 for the Arrows.
SANDUSKY 49, WHITMER 47
Bridget Buss led the Panthers (3-9) with 21 points.
SOUTHVIEW 50, PERRYSBURG 41
Kelly Heil scored 17 points and Stephanie Kneisley added 11 for the Cougars. Both teams are 6-2 in Northern Lakes League play.
Kirsten Hoffman and Kelly Crain scored 13 and 12, respectively, for the Yellow Jackets (9-3).
NORTHVIEW 71, BOWLING GREEN 49
Natalie Bennett threw in 24 points, Nikki Smith added 14 and Melissa Holmes added 19 for the Lady Kats (10-1, 8-0 NLL).
MAUMEE 54, SPRINGFIELD 30
Maumee sprinted to an 18-6 first-quarter lead and coasted to victory at winless Springfield.
The Panthers' Jessie Bartz was the only player to reach double figures with 10 points.
ANTHONY WAYNE 53, ROSSFORD 30
Jessica Hohl scored 14 points to pace the Generals (9-3, 5-3 NLL). Alison Zemanski had 17 for the Bulldogs (1-12, 0-8).
SCOTT 55, WAITE 54
Samia Dixon's field goal with five seconds left won it for the Bulldogs (4-7, 3-3 City). Krystal Suddeth had 17 points and Dixon 14.
Crystal Dixon poured in 41 points for the Indians (3-10, 0-6).
START 72, LIBBEY 54
Brooke Walker scored 25 points and Che Rogers had 21 for the Spartans (6-6, 4-2).
Erica Harthorne had 18 and Mattie Mays 16 for Libbey.
OTTAWA HILLS 84, MAUMEE VALLEY 68
Lauren Kruse hit five 3-pointers en route to 33 points and Lee Woodward added 25 for the Green Bears (10-1, 6-0).
Kathy Shelley tallied 28 for the Hawks (11-2, 4-1).
EMMANUEL BAPTIST 50, STRITCH 46
Amy Baker scored six of her game-high 18 points in the second overtime for the Warriors (6-8, 2-6).
TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 56, DANBURY 46
DANBURY - Ashley Futrell scored 17, Laura Markwood 12 and Ashley Mathewson 10 for the visiting Eagles (2-8, 2-2).
EASTWOOD 56, GENOA 46
GENOA - Stacey Weiland and Libbe Speck had 13 points apiece for the Eagles (11-2, 7-0 SLL).
Kelly Lindesmith had 21 for the Comets (6-7, 2-6).
WOODMORE 57, ELMWOOD 42
BLOOMDALE - Abby Richard paced the Wildcats with 21 points.
GIBSONBURG 73, OTSEGO 56
Hannah Murphy scored 22 and Andrea Shoup scored 22 for the Knights (5-7).
LAKOTA 58, LAKE 29
MILLBURY - Jamie Snyder had 9 for the Flyers.
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