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Published: Saturday, 2/19/2005

NLL: Winkleman gets Perrysburg going <font face="verdana" size="1" color =#CC0000><b>* BCSN video * </b></font>

Tyler Winkleman got Perrysburg started last night, and the Yellow Jackets finished the Northern Lakes League season in style with a 69-53 victory over visiting Northview.

Winkleman scored 12 of his 14 points in the first half as Perrysburg (16-4, 13-1) led 38-21 at the break.

Ian Milne also scored 14 for the Jackets. Scott Perkins added 12 and Jamie Casey had 11. Milne and Perkins each had five assists.

Sam Myers led Northview (1-19, 1-13) with 22 points and Tom Streit added 10.

Maumee 57,

Anthony Wayne 53

The visiting Panthers won at the foul line as they made 22 of 34 foul shots to the Generals' 3 of 4.

Anthony Wayne countered from long distance with eight treys to Maumee's one.

Lamonte Dawson led Maumee (15-5, 11-3) with 18 points and Andy Dybala had 17.

Kris Koval scored 13 for Anthony Wayne (10-9, 8-6).

Maumee outscored AW 22-12 in the fourth quarter.

Southview 50, Springfield 46

Josh Murchison scored 19 points and Southview made just enough free throws down the stretch.

The Cougars (9-11, 6-8) hit just 8 of 19 from the foul line in the fourth quarter, and 12 of 24 for the game.

Visiting Springfield had three players in double figures as Fletcher Noble had 17, Chris Liber 13 and Brad Zarembski 10.

Southview won 24-10 on the boards and committed just 10 turnovers.

Bowling Green 85,

Rossford 34

The visiting Bobcats (14-6, 11-3) romped as Ryan Hoehner scored 27 points. Blaise Markey scored 15 for Bowling Green - on five treys - and Brandon Radabaugh added 10.

Dylan Jewell led Rossford (4-16, 1-13) with nine.



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