Andrew Wood hit six 3-pointers and scored 32 points for Perrysburg in a 77-58 boys basketball victory over Clay last night.
Neal Linthicum added 19 points and Dave Boyce had 10 points and eight assists for the Yellow Jackets.
Zac Taylor led visiting Clay with 20 points, A.J. Achter added 19 and Drew Kuns 11.
LAKEWOOD, Ohio - St. John's proved to be no match for Lakewood St. Edward as Delvon Roe poured in 30 points for the Eagles in their season opener.
Sean Patterson scored 14 points and Joe Jakubowski 11 for the Titans (2-1).
Rogers (1-2) romped over the visitors from a Cleveland science academy as Lee Tabb had 21 points and 20 rebounds, Dalante Heard had 19 points and 16 rebounds and Joe Landry scored 19 points.
Tim Hausfeld led all scorers with 14 points, including four free throws in the closing minute for Southview (2-1).
Jordan Scott and Derrick Creque each added 10 points for the Cougars.
Bryan Lehman led visiting Defiance with 13 points.
Tommy Kralovic scored 16 points, Logan Nichols added 15 and Justin Wagner 11 as Rossford romped at home.
Chad Lewis led Swanton with 14.
ELMORE - Chad Franks scored 17 points and Trey Hunter had 14 points and 10 rebounds to pace Eastwood, which shot 52 percent from the field. Hunter canned 8 of 10 free throws as the Eagles hit 17 of 26.
Corey Witker led Woodmore with 23 points, including four 3-pointers
TONTOGANY - Jordan Kirwen made seven 3-pointers and scored 26 points as Gibsonburg defeated Otsego.
Cody Fisher scored 12 points and Matt Kreglow scored 10 points for the Golden Bears.
Tyler Nye led Otsego with 14 points, Justin Henck had 13 and Steve Weisenborn 12.
BLOOMDALE - P.J. Shank scored 21 points and Dustin Reynolds added 19 points and 13 rebounds for Elmwood, which led 22-7 after one quarter.
Toby Clark led Genoa with 10 points.
KANSAS - Adam Ashman scored 10 points and Jason Robinson added nine for Lake.
Victor Magallanes and Nathan Hoffman scored nine apiece for Lakota.
FOSTORIA - Andrew Wolff scored 22 points and Andrew Parker added 10 for Ottawa Hills. Adam Range led St. Wendelin with 15 points.
WEST UNITY - Jacob Weemes and Kyle Whitlow scored 10 points apiece for Toledo Christian, which outrebounded Hilltop 37-20.
WAUSEON - Chris Villalovos scored 21 points and Richard Russell added 18 for Wauseon, which hit 55 percent from the field and connected on 26 of 41 free throws.
KALIDA - Trey Smith hit four 3-pointers and scored 18 points to pace Archbold. Gene Goering added 12. A.J. Maag scored 12 for Kalida.
PORT CLINTON - Chase Munoz scored 22 for Fostoria while Jason Cellier had 18 for Port Clinton.
AYERSVILLE - Rob Luderman scored 18 points and Ayersville hit 20 of 29 free throws. Craig Kidston scored 13 for North Central.
NORTH BALTIMORE - Nick Lee led Vanlue with 25 points and Cory Herr had 20 for North Baltimore.
BASCOM - Tyler Brown paced Hopewell-Loudon with 12 points.
CINCINNATI - Cincinnati St. Ursula had 18 offensive rebounds as it defeated St. Ursula. Anne Kohns scored 16 points and Kristen Meyer added 12 points for Cincinnati St. Ursula. Courtney Durbin led St. Ursula with 13 points.
Morgan Colter scored 17 points for visiting Springfield.
Rachelle Allen led all scorers with 18 points and Brianna Nagy grabbed 13 rebounds for Whitmer.
DELTA - Megan Jamieson led all scorers with 21 points as Ottawa Hills defeated Delta.
NEW RIEGEL - Jackie Reinhart scored 14 points to lead the Blue Jackets over Gibsonburg, which was paced by Lindsay Hill's 18 points and 11 by Katie Jones.
PORT CLINTON -Mallory Long scored 21 points to pace Port Clinton.
OAK HARBOR - Cayla Keegan led Margaretta with 15 points and Marisa Bergman scored 10 for Oak Harbor.
MILLER CITY - Jessica Lehman scored 22 points as Pandora-Gilboa won in overtime.
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