TONTOGANY - Visiting Eastwood hit 24-of-36 free throws to Otsego's 13-of-19 to take a 62-53 Suburban Lakes League boys basketball victory last night.
Chad Fairbanks led the Eagles with 15 points, Clay Rolf added 14 and Nick Schling 12.
Steve Weisenborn led the Knights with 18 points and Seth Childers added 12.
GENOA 61, LAKE 42
GENOA - Ryan Gargas and Chris Bassitt scored 11 points apiece for Genoa (12-4, 8-3 SLL). Nike Curry scored 12 and Derrick Brown 10 for Lake (5-11, 4-7). The Comets hit six 3-pointers to the Flyers' one.
WOODMORE 47, LAKOTA 35
ELMORE - Corey Witker scored 21 points and the Wildcats led 38-14 after three quarters. Roger Guerra led Lakota with 10 points - all in the fourth quarter.
GIBSONBURG - Elmwood (13-2, 11-0 SLL) exhibited a lot of balance as Ben Hammer scored 16 points and three teammates added 14 each - Ryan Rothenbuhler, Dustin Reynolds and Cory Stewart. Matt Creglow led Gibsonburg with 12.
SWANTON 49, BRYAN 41
SWANTON - Brad Betz scored 21 points and Chad Lewis had 16 points and 19 rebounds for Swanton. Matt Jones led Bryan with 13 points and Bubba Opdycke added 10.
MONTPELIER - Paul Hilton scored 13, Corey Truckor 12 and Andrew Pinkelman 11 for Evergreen, which outscored Montpelier 22-5 in the third quarter.
PATRICK HENRY 60,
LIBERTY CENTER 38
HAMLER - The Patriots outscored the Tigers 40-15 in the middle quarters. Kevin Tietje led Patrick Henry with 20 points and Kyle Brubaker added 13. Evan Tiplady led Liberty Center with 18 points.
WAUSEON 71, DELTA 51
DELTA - The Indians placed four in double figures as Richard Russell scored 18, Kevin Elson 15, Chris Villalovos 12 and Casey Elson 11. Dusty Chase led Delta with 20 points and Tyson Andrews added 12.
LIMA SENIOR 52
FINDLAY - Luke Kraus scored 18 points, Jesse Wohl had 17 and Findlay (13-2, 8-0) hit 14 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to win the Greater Buckeye Conference title - its first outright league title in 27 years.
FREMONT ROSS 60,
FREMONT - Kirt Munson scored all 11 of his points in the fourth quarter when Ross outscored Napoleon 25-16. Cory Clayton led the Little Giants with 21 points and Lee Hunter scored 27 for Napoleon.
Hillary Fountain scored 18 points as the Blue Devils overcame a 33-point performance by Maumee's Lindsay Diegel.
Paige Maroney scored 13 points, including three free throws in the final 30 seconds to give Northview the victory. Olivia Fouty added 12 for the Wildcats. Nicole Parrish led Perrysburg with 17 points, Ashley Parrish added 13 and Amber Feckley had 10.
Katie Bochi scored 11 points, including 6-for-7 from the free throw line where Cardinal Stritch hit 12-of-20. Michelle Klenke scored 14 for Northwood, which went 6-for-9 at the line.
Maddison Fillmore scored 22 points, Lacey Anagnostu added 19 and Summer Anagnostu 10 for Emmanuel Christian. Sarah Clark scored 21 for Monclova Christian.
OAK HARBOR 67, HURON 23
OAK HARBOR - Emily Hemminger scored 18 and Erica Lipstraw had 15 for Oak Harbor.
PETYTISVILLE - Jodi Spotts led Pettisville with 20 points and Erica King added 10. Fayette got big games from Stephanie McCord with 28 points and Haley Figy with 21.
NORTH BALTIMORE 39
BETTSVILLE - Gena Naugle scored 16 points, including 12 of 20 free throws, for Bettsville. Brittany Vanaman hit four 3-pointers and scored 19 for North Baltimore.
FINDLAY - Amanda Hyde led Liberty-Benton with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
ST. JOE 63, OLD FORT 40
FREMONT - Hannah Nage scored 16 points and Sondra Beaschler added 15 for Fremont St. Joseph. Alyssa Lucius led Old Fort with 11.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 58, NEW RIEGEL 31
BASCOM - Courtney Ritzler scored 22 to pace 18-0 Hopewell-Loudon.
MAUMEE VALLEY 34
LAKESIDE - Megan Twarek led Danbury with 16 points, Christine Longer had 11 and Stefi Kosa 10. Alexis Holman led Maumee Valley with 21.
MASSILLON, Ohio - No charges will be filed against a high school basketball player who injured an opponent while trying for a rebound in a game last weekend, authorities said yesterday.
Massillon City Prosecutor John Simpson said there was insufficient evidence for a case against Cory Berry of Canton Central Catholic, whose hand hit the face of Massillon Perry junior Kenny Frease, breaking two bones in his right eye socket Saturday.
Simpson reviewed several films of the play, including one that was slowed down and enhanced.
"It clearly appears both players are looking at the ball and making a play for the ball," Simpson said.
Players and witnesses who were interviewed - including Berry - gave no indication that the hard play was premeditated, Simpson said.
Massillon Perry coach Rob Toth watched enhanced video of the play and accused Berry of hitting Frease with a fist.30.92801 -85.11964