Grant Maxey scored 23 points to lead Scott to a 73-47 victory over Lima Senior last night in boys basketball.
Kyle Lightner added 18 points and Marcus Outlaw had 11 for the 15-1 Bulldogs.
Dathan Lyles led visiting Lima Senior (8-8) with 19 points.
ST. JOHN'S 79, WAITE 62
Jonathan Dunn scored 30 points, including 10 in the third quarter when the Titans outscored the visiting Indians 25-15.
Kyle Jazwiecki added 10 points for 14-2 St. John's Jesuit.
Mark Wortham led Waite with 20 points, Troy Murphy added 13 and Brent Meredith had 12.
START 51, CENTRAL 48
Chris Wilson led visiting Start with 16 points and Robert Lonas added 10.
Sam Bastien led Central Catholic with 15.
The Spartans led 24-16 at the half after a 14-3 second-quarter advantage.
FREMONT ROSS 47,
Adam Gries led the visiting Little Giants (15-3) with 12 points, including their only successful free throws (six).
Ross hit 6 of 7 overall.
Deron Williams scored 20 points for the Rams.
MAUMEE 63, ROSSFORD 35
Lamonte Dawson scored 23 points and Kipp Dawson added 11 for Maumee, which pulled away with a 21-6 second-quarter advantage.
Kevin Cox led visiting Rossford with 11 points.
BOWLING GREEN 55,
Blaise Markey hit consecutive 3-pointers midway through the fourth quarter to put visiting Bowling Green (12-5, 10-1 NLL) in the lead.
Ryan Hoehner led the Bobcats with 16 points, Moe Al-Jiboury had 13 and Jordan Fortney 10.
Sam Myers and Derek Andrzejczak scored 13 each for Northview (6-10, 4-7).
ANTHONY WAYNE 64
Visiting Southview made 27 of 34 free throws to Anthony Wayne's 10 of 13.
Shaun Joplin led Southview with 20 points. Tim Hausfeld added 17 and Leon Dehaby had 15.
Josh Dittman, who hit five 3-pointers, led Anthony Wayne with 22 points. Andrew Riley scored 13 and Brent Papenfuss had 10.
WAUSEON 66, EASTWOOD 49
WAUSEON - Chris Villalovos tossed in 31 points while Elliott Mealer added 13 and Ray Martinez 11 for the Indians (11-4).
Corey Weiland paced Eastwood (4-11) with 15 points, followed by Trent Rahe's 11.
NEW RIEGEL 68, LAKOTA 33
NEW RIEGEL - Travis Kinn had 18 points and 13 rebounds for New Riegel (14-2).
Brandon Bouillon added 14 points and Travis Nye had 13.
Trever Hohman had 11 points and six rebounds for winless Lakota.
TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 76,
EMMANUEL BAPTIST 45
Visiting Toledo Christian (12-3, 10-0 TAAC) zoomed to a 45-17 halftime lead.
Jack Sims and Ryan Mathewson scored 13 points each and Blake Powell had 11 for the Eagles.
Mike Noss and Walker Behan led Emmanuel Baptist (4-14, 1-10) with 12 points apiece.
OTTAWA HILLS 61,
Sam Miller scored 25 points, Andrew Wolff added 15 and Aaron Crooks 13 for Ottawa Hills (10-5).
Visiting Edon (5-11) got 16 points from Matt Smith.
The Green Bears hit 20 of 31 free throws while Edon hit just 5-of-9.
CARDINAL STRITCH 54,
Michael Ameling scored 15 points and Eric McCloskey had 11 for visiting Cardinal Stritch (14-4, 9-2 TAAC).
Shane McGaharan led Northwood (8-7, 5-5) with 11 points and Todd Reckley had 10.
The Cardinals roared back after trailing 15-9 after the first quarter.
MAUMEE VALLEY 61
LAKESIDE - Nick Widenhoft scored 24 points, including 8-for-8 free throw shooting in overtime, as Danbury earned a victory.
Jake Twarek added 15 points and Thomas Clifton had 13 for the Lakers.
Shomari Hall led Maumee Valley with 24 points and Stetson Lipps had 12.
NAPOLEON 57, BRYAN 55
BRYAN - Jeremy Davis and Dave Zamore scored 18 points apiece for Napoleon.
Tyler Smith and Kolbrin Vitek scored 12 points apiece and Deiter Held 11 for Bryan.
WILLARD 76, COLUMBIAN 58
TIFFIN - Jimmy Langhurst poured in 35 points for Willard. Brady Decker led Tiffin Columbian with 15 points and Josh Moore had 14.
FREMONT ST. JOE 56,
ARCADIA - Brad Gable scored 18 points and Cory Swaisgood added 12 for Fremont St. Joseph (8-7).
A.J. Holman had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Arcadia (3-13).
BEDFORD 53, DEXTER 40
TEMPERANCE, Mich. - Joe Jablonski led the Mules with 16 points and Josh Albright added 10.
BLISSFIELD, Mich. - Brandon Medlen scored 17 points, but Torrey Simon was the hero after hitting a 3-pointer with just four seconds remaining for Summerfield.
Tyler Wehner led Blissfield with 22.
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