FINDLAY - Luke Kraus scored 33 points to lead Findlay to a 75-53 boys basketball victory Saturday night over Rogers and become the all-time leading scorer in school history.
Kraus has 1,107 points, breaking the mark of 1,095 by Ben Roethlisberger, currently the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback.
Kevin Krucki added 12 points and Jeff Cole 11 for the Trojans (4-0).
Dalante Heard led Rogers (4-1) with 13 points, and Damon Powell chipped in with 11.
Woodward went on a 12-2 run in the second quarter and went on to gain its first victory.
Antonia Dinkins led the host Polar Bears (1-4) with 22 points. Ray Hooker added 17 points.
Kellie Davis led FCI Academy with 13.
SPRINGFIELD 71, ROSSFORD 68
Tyler Lieber sank the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Springfield a win and hand visiting Rossford its first loss of the season.
After Tommy Kralovic scored for Rossford to tie the game at 68 with 6.8 seconds to play, Lieber took the inbounds pass, drove the length of the floor and knocked down a shot from the left arc.
Lieber finished with 24 points, Chester McFadden added 18 and Victor Hunt 15 for the Blue Devils (3-2, 2-2 NLL).
Zach Leahy led the Bulldogs (4-1, 2-1) with 22 points, and Kralovic had 16.
SOUTHVIEW 72, NORTHVIEW 51
Tim Hausfeld knocked down four 3-pointers en route to scoring 30 points to lead visiting Southview.
Andy Borcherdt added 15 points and Allen Gant 10 for the Cougars (5-1, 4-0).
Ryan Yockey had 20 points for Northview (2-3, 1-3), while Stephen Vizina chipped in with 12.
ANTHONY WAYNE 48
David Hieber tallied 33 points as Perrysburg improved to 5-0.
Cam Walton led host Anthony Wayne (0-5) with 11 points. Brad Celusta added 10.
BEDFORD 71, AIRPORT 69
TEMPERANCE, Mich. - Ricky Rightnowar poured in a career-high 34 points on 14-of-22 shooting to go with his seven rebounds for Bedford (2-0).
Tyler Shock added 17 points and eight rebounds, while Matt Lazette chipped in with 13 points.
Dan Jones led Airport (1-2) with 25 points, and Tyler Pluff and Ronnie McCormick had 11 apiece.
PORT CLINTON 70,
OAK HARBOR 32
PORT CLINTON - Cory Brown hit four 3-pointers as Port Clinton drained 10 shots from beyond the arc.
Brown finished with 16 points, and Ryan Hicks had 13.
The Redskins (2-3, 2-0 SBC) lead 18-2 after one quarter and 45-8 at halftime.
Eric Barker led Oak Harbor (2-3, 0-2) with 10 points.
MCCOMB 94, TIFFIN CALVERT 47
TIFFIN - Chase Drewes scored 36 points and Mason Roth added 16 for the Panthers.
Landon Warnement led Calvert (3-3) with 13 points.
VANLUE 55, ST. WENDELIN 48
VANLUE - Jordan Look scored 18 points, Jonathan Kloepfer added 15 and Chase Kloeppel 12 for Vanlue (2-3).
Quinn Noel and Kevin Eibner led Fostoria St. Wendelin (2-4) with 15 points apiece, and Lucas Holman had 11.
START 78, FREMONT ROSS 67
Devin Russell posted a double-double to lead the host Spartans, finishing with 23 points and 16 rebounds.
Anthony Henderson added 20 points and Marcus Gains 12 for Start (4-2).
Stephen Carnicorn led the Little Giants with 20 points. Shunnar Gamble added 17 and Marc Bolen 10.
HILLTOP 64, DELTA 55
DELTA - Hilltop outscored Delta 20-11 in the third quarter.
Chad Beals led the Cadets with 17 points. Nick Smith added 11 points and Logan Mercer grabbed 13 rebounds.
Josh Beverly paced Delta with 14 points.
ARCHBOLD 41, HOLGATE 26
ARCHBOLD - Telly Fricke led the Blue Streaks with 13 points.
Ben Rohrs paced Holgate with 10.
DANBURY 66, BETTSVILLE 59
LAKESIDE - Michael Hamann scored 37 points to lead Danbury. Tyler Boring added 11 points for the Lakers (1-2).
Andrew Hartsel led Bettsville (1-3) with 17 points. Andrew Sumi added 16, Tyler Harrison 13 and Troy Blausey 10).
TINORA 51, PATRICK HENRY 29
DEFIANCE - Trey Meyer scored 11 points and John Gerken added 10 for Tinora (4-1).
Brian Kline paced Patrick Henry (2-1) with 13.
NEW RIEGEL 50, VAN BUREN 48
NEW RIEGEL - Lee Kelbley scored 21 points to lead New Riegel (2-2). Dustin Kinn added 11.
Kevin Ragless led Van Buren (3-2) with 11.
HICKSVILLE 43, STRYKER 34
HICKSVILLE - Josh Vandemark paced Hicksville (3-1) with 12 points.
Jordan Jaggers topped Stryker (3-1) with 16.
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