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Published: Friday, 1/23/2004

Girls roundup: Northview rolls over Bobcats

BOWLING GREEN - Northview pitched a shutout in the first quarter - 18-0 - and went on to an easy 68-30 Northern Lakes League girls basketball victory last night over Bowling Green.

Julia Dempster scored 14, Niki McCoy had 12 and Brooke Amstutz and Nikki Smith scored 11 apiece for Northview (12-0, 7-0).

Liz Chibucos paced Bowling Green (7-6, 5-2) with eight points.

PERRYSBURG 53,

MAUMEE 37

Visiting Perrysburg shot to a 15-0 lead, and the Panthers never got closer than five the rest of the way.

Laura Markwood led Perrysburg (11-2, 6-1 NLL) with 19 points and Allison Vallas added 16.

Katie Greisiger led Maumee (3-9, 3-4) with 13 points.

SOUTHVIEW 60,

ROSSFORD 37

Liz Tansey scored 27 points and Kelsey Navarre added 10 for Southview (5-7, 4-3 NLL).

Chassidy Tooson paced Rossford (2-10, 1-6) with 16 points.

ANTHONY WAYNE 63,

SPRINGFIELD 60

Stephanie Hoover scored 23 points, including seven in the fourth quarter when the visiting Generals outscored Springfield 24-19.

Kim Vogtsberger added 10 points for Anthony Wayne (2-10, 2-5 NLL), which outscored the Devils 18-12 with Hoover getting 12 from the line.

Sarah Carstensen paced Springfield (2-10, 0-7) with 19 points and Ashley Haskins added 14.

STRITCH 64,

NORTHWOOD 58

Cardinal Stritch stayed unbeaten in the TAAC as Kristen Ameling scored 16 points, Nicole Bergman had 14 and Brittany Barrera and Kelcee Evans scored 10 each.

Evans and Ameling each grabbed 10 rebounds for Stritch (12-2, 6-0).

Amanda Agler led Northwood (7-4, 4-1) with 21 points and Amy Jardy and Brittany Bogart had 10 apiece.

OTTAWA HILLS 69,

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 67

Rachel Garber scored 15 points, Gabby Hajjar had 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Jenny Stancati added 12 points as Ottawa Hills (7-5, 4-2 TAAC) prevailed in overtime.

Alissa Toth paced Toledo Christian (6-4, 2-3) with 18 points, Jackie Emmenecker added 17 and Kristen Schweer had 11.

MAUMEE VALLEY 34,

DANBURY 30

Kristen Meister scored 11 points as Maumee Valley (2-8, 1-4 TAAC) got by visiting Danbury (2-8, 1-3).

Maumee Valley hit 14 of 21 foul shots to Danbury s 5-of-7.

ARCHBOLD 69,

SWANTON 60

ARCHBOLD - Kendra Stahl scored 20 points and three Streaks joined her in double digits as Amy Wanemacher had 15, Kara Beuhrer 14 and Sarah Grime 13.

Archbold outscored Swanton 23-13 in the fourth quarter.

Jennifer Keesey paced Swanton with 21 points, Chelsea White added 13 and Emily Witt 10.

BRYAN 52,

PATRICK HENRY 47

BRYAN - Sara Fee scored 20 points - outscoring Patrick Henry 10-9 at the foul line - and Bryan dealt PH its first league loss.

Amanda Coressel and Alison Meyer scored 13 apiece for Patrick Henry (8-4, 3-1 NWOAL).

Bryan outscored PH 13-9 at the foul line and hit five treys to none for the Patriots.

Brittany Shirkey added 11 for Bryan (7-4, 1-3).

WAUSEON 60,

LIBERTY CENTER 47

LIBERTY CENTER - Allison Hill scored 13 points, Sara Roth added 12 and Wauseon (10-3, 4-1 NWOAL) cashed in on 19 of 28 foul shots.

Brooke Perry led Liberty Center (7-7, 2-3) with 14 points.

DELTA 45, MONTPELIER 35

DELTA - Jessica Davis scored 16 points and Delta won its first NWOAL game in more than two years.

Tiffany Geren led Montpelier with 15 points and Danielle Finch added 10.

Davis also had eight rebounds as the Panthers won 25-17 on the boards.

FINDLAY 55, NAPOLEON 40

NAPOLEON - Carlee Roethlisberger scored 16 and Kellyn Tisci added 13 for Findlay.

Amberly Conklin paced Napoleon with 16 points.

FREMONT ROSS 30,

MARION HARDING 26

MARION - Tia Simms scored nine points to pace Fremont Ross, which hit seven foul shots in the fourth quarter to hold off Marion Harding.

The Little Giants hit only 10 of 27 foul shots for the game. Marion Harding, which got 12 points from Pat Gilsdorf, was 2-for-2 at the line.

AYERSVILLE 49,

EDGERTON 39

EDGERTON - Julie Brown led Ayersville with 15 points and the Pilots hit 17 of 32 foul shots to Edgerton s 8-of-17.

Tori Flower led Edgerton with 21 points.

FAYETTE 62, EDON 37

FAYETTE - Sarah Bird went over 1,000 points in her career with 24 last night. Stephanie McCord added 10 for Fayette.

HICKSVILLE 51,

ANTWERP 42

ANTWERP - Brittany Savage scored 13 points and Caitlin Fleming and Amy Peverly each added 10 for Hicksville.

Tiffany Wyckoff led Antwerp with 17.

HILLTOP 50,

NORTH CENTRAL 35

PIONEER - Amanda Schaffner and Taysha Short scored 18 apiece for Hilltop. Ashley Flower led North Central with 11.

STRYKER 62,

PETTISVILLE 38

STRYKER - Dani Partee scored 19, Kamilla Ruffer added 18 and Melissa Henry 14 for Stryker.

FAIRVIEW 60,

WAYNE TRACE 55

SHERWOOD - Fairview hit 12 of its 15 free throws in the fourth quarter to salt away the victory.

Katie Appel (12 points), Jena Suffel (11) and Sarah Smith (10) paced the Apaches.

Nicole Sissen scored 21 and Bethany Hughes had 16 for Wayne Trace.

HOLGATE 43, TINORA 28

DEFIANCE - Cassie Giesige led Holgate with 16. Erin Garmyn had 10 for Tinora.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 39,

VAN WERT 36

VAN WERT - Kristen Gerding scored 12 and Shelly Bellman added 10 for Ottawa-Glandorf.



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