FINDLAY - Perrysburg defeated Maumee 59-36 last night at Liberty-Benton in a Division I sectional basketball game.
The Jackets broke away from the Panthers with a 17-4 advantage in the second quarter.
Unfortunately there was another break in the third quarter as Perrysburg s Scott Perkins suffered a broken wrist.
Joe Caig paced Perrysburg (15-6) with 18 points and Mike Dhondt added 15.
Maumee (6-15) got 16 from Brad Goatley.
Defiance won the battle of Bulldogs at Perrysburg as Austin Keel scored 13 points and Graham Wagner had 12.
Rossford got 14 points from Dan Hennessy and 11 from Eric Soltis.
Defiance outscored Rossford 31-21 in the second half.
WOODMORE 55, EDISON 27
NORWALK - Woodmore hit 7 of 12 treys and was in control all the way.
Tyler Rosenberger led the Wildcats (18-3) with 16 points, Joe Nowak added 12 and Brian Perkins 10.
NORWALK - Marcus Ahle scored 13 points and Brent Ernsthausen added 11 for Gibsonburg (9-12).
Kyle Hammond had 18 for Huron (6-15).
LAKE 65, DELTA 58
Tyler Steedman scored 26 points, Rocky Garcia added 19 and Wes Blank 14 for Lake (6-15), which outscored Delta 21-10 in the fourth quarter at Northview.
Clint Russell led Delta (4-17) with 19, Josh Williams had 15 and Marcus Baun 12.
ELMWOOD 62, LAKOTA 43
FINDLAY - Travis Farabee scored 12 points and Nick Burton added 11 for Elmwood, which outscored Lakota 21-9 in the second quarter to take control.
Andrew Hoffman led Lakota with 16 points.
BLUFFTON 71, OTSEGO 56
FINDLAY - Michael Ream scored 32 for Bluffton.
Casey Donald had 19 and Damien Montelongo and Jordan Murphy 12 apiece for Otsego.
WAYNE TRACE 53,
LIBERTY CENTER 41
NAPOLEON - Nate Overmyer scored 24 points, including going 5-for-5 from the foul line in the fourth quarter, to pace Wayne Trace (11-10), which hit 13 of 24 from the line - all in the final period.
Kasey Bodenbender led Liberty Center (11-10) with 14 points, including four treys, and Tyler Sharpe had 12 points.
TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 62,
MAUMEE VALLEY 52
Aaron Boggs scored 18, Matt Boggs 15 and Kyle Bensch 12 for Toledo Christian at Southview.
Delence Sheares paced Maumee Valley with 23 and Craig Choka added 16.
MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 48
Mike Adams scored 18 points to pace Northwood at Southview. Ross Peters added 13 and Chad Domanski 10.
Derek Merrin had 26 and Matt Velaquez 19 as the pair did almost all of Monclova Christian s scoring.
STRYKER 57, FAYETTE 43
WAUSEON - Adam Andres led Stryker with 18, Amos Ruffer had 13 and Nick Lloyd 12.
Heath Armstrong and Nick Lavinder scored 12 each for Fayette.
HILLTOP 68, AYERSVILLE 66
WAUSEON - Ryan Dick led Hilltop with 25 and Lucas Schaffner added 19.
Ayersville got 19 apiece from Ryan Hageman and Jon Wolfrum.
LEIPSIC 55, McCOMB 40
OTTAWA - Joel McDaniel scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to pace Leipsic.
Bryan Schroeder had 13 points for McComb.
MILLER CITY 58,
NORTH BALTIMORE 53
OTTAWA - Tyler Noble poured in 36 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as Miller City won in overtime. Ryan Vennekotter added 11 points and 16 rebounds.
Mark Isenberg led North Baltimore with 15 points.
ST. JOE 74,
SOUTH CENTRAL 48
PORT CLINTON - A.J. Messina led Fremont St. Joe with 21 points.
OLD FORT 63,
BASCOM - Brandon Kistler paced Old Fort with 16 points at Hopewell-Loudon.
ADRIAN MADISON 52
OTTAWA LAKE - Brandon Ybarra scored 20 points to pace Whiteford.
Nick Schmidt added 14 and Jake Gust 11.
LENAWEE CHRISTIAN 56,
ERIE MASON 54
ERIE - Ray Mansfield scored 22 points for the state s 19-0, No. 1 team in Class D.
Jared England had 16 and Aaron Roelfs 12 for 14-5 Erie Mason, which fought back from a 24-8 first-quarter deficit.
PETERSBURG - Tim Sampson hit seven treys and scored 29 points to pace Summerfield. Aaron McClure had 27 for Morenci.
SMCC 42, JEFFERSON 32
MONROE - Ryan Banas had 10 points and 10 rebounds for St. Mary Catholic Central.
Kelly Kohler scored 12 for Jefferson.
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