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Published: Sunday, 1/15/2006

Boys basketball: Scott s Lightner has 29

Kyle Lightner poured in 29 points as Scott downed Cleveland Rhodes 73-64 last night in boys basketball.

Stephen Woodley added 13 points for the Bulldogs (5-1), who outscored the visitors 23-13 in the fourth quarter after being outscored by 10 themselves in the third.

Ali Khalid (17), Robert Wilson (14), Rayshawn Goins (13) and Regis Whitson (12) reached double figures for Rhodes (5-3).

ST. JOHN S 77, WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS 58

NORTH CANTON, Ohio Jon Dunn scored 19 points to lead three Titans in double figures in a tournament at Hoover High.

Deandre Ware added 13 points and Joe Jakubowski 11 for St. John s Jesuit (8-1), which pulled away with a 24-6 scoring advantage in the fourth quarter.

Carlon Brown and Joe Davis tallied 21 apiece for Warrensville Heights (1-9).

WHITMER 65, BEDFORD 60

TEMPERANCE Antoine Willis tossed in 21 points to lead the visiting Panthers.

Dave Sweeney added 16 and Kevin Koger had 11 for Whitmer (2-6), which held an 18-9 advantage at the free throw line.

Jordan Bollin tallied 16 and Josh Winter 10 for Bedford (3-6).

MAUMEE 77,ANTHONY WAYNE 64

Lamonte Dawson scored 37 points to lead visiting Maumee to a Northern Lakes League victory. He had 11 field goals and 15 free throws.

Kipp Dawson added 14 points for the Panthers, who jumped out to a 24-6 lead after the first quarter.

Ryan Pontsler had 19 points and Brent Papenfuss 12 for Anthony Wayne.

BOWLING GREEN 72,

ROSSFORD 57

Ryan Hoehner scored three points before being hurt with five minutes left in the second quarter. He scored 16 in the third when the visiting Bobcats outscored the Bulldogs 23-12.

Blaise Markey added 14 points and Brandon Radabaugh had 13 for BG (8-3, 6-1 NLL).

Tommy Kralovic (15 points), Jason Duly (14) and Logan Nichols (11) scored in double figures for Rossford (3-7, 0-7).

SPRINGFIELD 53, SOUTHVIEW 40

Brad Zarembski and Steve Decker tallied 14 points each for the visiting Blue Devils (6-3, 4-3 NLL), who outscored the Cougars 17-4 at the free throw line.

Tim Hausfeld paced Southview (3-10, 1-6) with 16.

PERRYSBURG 64, NORTHVIEW 44

Scott Perkins scored 18 points, Andrew Wood added 16 and Ian Milne had 14 for the visiting Yellow Jackets (8-3, 7-0 NLL).

Derek Andrzejczak tallied 12 points and Matt Wade had 11 for Northview (4-7, 2-5).

CARDINAL STRITCH 68,MAUMEE VALLEY 30

Garrett Petty (16 points), Josh Gargac (13) and Eric McCloskey (12) scored in double figures for the Cardinals (10-3, 5-1 TAAC).

Mario Valone and Shomari Hall paced visiting Maumee Valley with eight points apiece.

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 64,FAIRVIEW 58

SHERWOOD Tyler Boris, Blake Powell and Kyle Busch scored 17 points apiece for the Eagles, who outscored the Apaches 23-18 in the fourth.

Kirk Jesse tallied 24 points and Levi Kuhn added 16 for Fairview.

NEW RIEGEL 73, OTSEGO 55

NEW RIEGEL Travis Kinn posted 17 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Blue Jackets.

Casey Donald scored 17 and Cody Donald had 11 for the Knights, who were outscored 46-23 in the first and third quarters.

GENOA 54, NORTHWOOD 49

GENOA Cory Hornyak scored 14 points for the Comets (7-2), who outscored the Rangers 31-19 after intermission.

Scott Smith tallied 15 points for Northwood (6-4).

DELTA 69, LAKE 53

MILLBURY Aaron Mahnke scored 19 points, Tyson Andrews added 12 and Jeff Weis had 10 for the Panthers (5-4), who had a 22-10 lead through one quarter.

Cody McPherson scored 17, Matt Rollins 15 and Bryan Conley 13 for Lake (4-7).

EVERGREEN 61, EDON 40

EDON Andrew Pinkleman scored 19 points and Nick Weissenberger 10 for the Vikings (5-5), who outscored the Bombers 17-2 in the third quarter.

Adam Wakefield had 15 points and Matthew Smith 11 for Edon.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 55,LAKOTA 41

BASCOM Corey Britton scored 16 points for Hopewell-Loudon. Trevor Hohman had 14 and Billy Sayre 10 for Lakota.

WAUSEON 61, DEFIANCE 38

WAUSEON Jake Unger scored 23 points and ChrisVillalovos scored nine of his 20 in the third quarter when the Indians (9-1) posted a 20-4 edge.

Bryn Lehman tallied nine points for Defiance (0-10).

BRYAN 65, BATH 45

LIMA Kolbrin Vitek s 16 points led the Golden Bears (3-7), who led 24-12 at the half.

HOLGATE 31, LIBERTY CTR. 21

HOLGATE Lee Brubaker scored 13 points to lead Holgate, which led 17-9 at the half and 30-20 in rebounding in the game.

Kasey Bodenbender paced Liberty Center with 10.

ROSS 54, FINDLAY 51

FREMONT Adam Gries contributed nine of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, and Scott King and Travis Miller added 10 apiece for the Little Giants (7-3, 4-1 GBC), who hit six 3-pointers and 14 of 16 free throws.

Zach Kraus scored 20 points and Jesse Wohl and Andrew Leddy had 12 each for Findlay.

NAPOLEON 54, HARDING 50

MARION Jeremy Davis poured in 25 points and Dustin Smith added 13 for the Wildcats (5-4, 3-2 GBC). Harding had 18 turnovers to Napoleon s eight.

FOSTORIA ST. WENDELIN 60, MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 31

Brian Macias scored 14 points and Adam Ramge and Adam Ward added 10 apiece for the visiting Mohawks, who led 25-11 at the half.

Ryan Osborn paced the Thunder with 15.

PORT CLINTON 80, BELLEVUE 53

BELLEVUE Justin Horne scored eight of his 17 points in the third quarter, when the Redskins outscored the Redmen 27-13. Jeff Deblase tallied 11 for Bellevue.

CLYDE 58, FOSTORIA 51

FOSTORIA David Wasserman contributed 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Fliers (7-3).

Chase Munoz scored 14 and Marcus Hyde 12 for the Redmen.

EDGERTON 53, FAYETTE 37

EDGERTON Adam Riehle had 21 points and Justin Kurtz 19 for Edgerton (9-2). Riehl had three 3-pointers and Kurtz four.

Heath Armstrong scored 14 points for Fayette (7-3).

CONTINENTAL 47, AYERSVILLE 41

CONTINENTAL Scott Kick had 17 points for Continental (9-2), which won despite going 12-for-24 from the free throw line.

Joel Erman had 11 points for the Pilots (5-5), who were 2-for-4.

HILLTOP 56, HICKSVILLE 54

HICKSVILLE Derek Meyers had 28 points for Hilltop.



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