GIBSONBURG - Simone Eli scored 38 points, and the Comets needed them all as Genoa slipped by Gibsonburg 61-58 in Suburban Lakes League girls basketball last night.
Although Eli hit only 16 of 25 free throws for the game, she came through in the fourth quarter with a 14-of-16 performance when the Bears were trying to rally.
The Comets are 11-0 overall and 7-0 in the league.
Katie Jones led the Bears (5-8, 3-5) with 20 points and Lindsay Bowe added 11.
LAKE 68, LAKOTA 18
MILLBURY - Lake rang up 23 points in the first quarter while holding Lakota scoreless, and the Raiders had only two points by halftime.
Kaysie Brittenham hit 6 of the 8 3-pointers for Lake (12-0, 8-0 SLL).
OTSEGO 57, WOODMORE 51
TONTOGANY - Balanced scoring was the key as Otsego advances to 8-4 overall and 5-2 in the SLL.
Katelyn Downing, Ashley Holzwart and Bailey Bernthisel each scored 14 points, with Bernthisel also grabbing 11 rebounds. Kara Dickey added 11 points for the Knights.
Megan Bitter tossed in 18 points to top the Wildcats (4-8, 2-5) and Melissa Busdeker chipped in with 11.
BLOOMDALE - The Eagles used a 14-4 run in the second quarter to pull away for the road victory.
Brooke Gottfried had 10 points to lead 10 players in the scoring column for Eastwood (5-6, 4-4 SLL).
Emily Reynolds topped the Royals (2-9, 1-5) with six points.
INKSTER 77, ROGERS 53
Rogers and the visitors from Michigan were tied 30-30 at the half, then 6-4 freshman Kelsey Mitchell took over. She scored nine of her 21 points in the third quarter when Inkster outscored Rogers 22-8.
Edeltha McGee led the Rams with 15 points and Jasmine Crosby added 11.
OTTAWA HILLS 49,
Ottawa Hills jumped out to a 19-8 lead after one quarter and cruised tat home.
Katherine Jamieson finished with a game-high 13 points, including seven in the opening period, for the Green Bears (10-2, 7-0 TAAC). She also had eight steals and seven rebounds.
Shayna Hague had nine points to lead the Rangers (4-7, 2-5).
Christine Longer scored 19 points to lead visiting Danbury.
The Warriors cut the Lakers' margin to five points with five minutes to go, but Danbury (9-3, 5-1 TAAC) survived the charge.
Emily Loomis had 12 points for Emmanuel Christian (2-11, 1-6), while Kaitlyn Cramer grabbed 12 rebounds.
CARDINAL STRITCH 40,
TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 34
The Cardinals (6-6, 5-2 TAAC) claimed the road victory as Nicole Lamb scored 15 points.
Abbey Fox and Kara Segler each totaled 11 points for the Eagles (6-8, 3-4).
ARCHBOLD 54, SWANTON 35
SWANTON - The Blue Steaks (12-3, 5-0 NWOAL) exploded to a 16-3 first-quarter advantage.
Hailey Galvan led the way with 15 points and Abbey Graber and Stacy Wyse each added nine.
Paige Onweller and Danielle Bezeau scored seven apiece for the Bulldogs (4-8, 0-4).
LIBERTY CENTER 36
WAUSEON - Ten players scored for the Indians in their lopsided home victory.
Sabrina Kessler had 10 points and Brittany Gibson added nine for Wauseon (10-2, 5-0 NWOAL).
Chelsea Meister's 10 points topped Liberty Center (8-2, 2-2).
PATRICK HENRY 42
HAMLER - Brigitte Kuzmaul scored 18 points to lead Bryan (5-6, 1-2 NWOAL) and Melissa Kitchen had 12. Ashley Christman scored 12 points and Michelle Nickels had 10 for Patrick Henry (3-8, 2-2).
MONTPELIER 56, DELTA 36
MONTPELIER - Heather DeLong led all scorers with 20 points and Tab Davis chipped in with 13 to lead the Locomotives.
FINDLAY 80, SANDUSKY 45
FINDLAY - Ashley Miller led five Findlay players in double figures with 18 points and the Trojans hit 21 of 23 free throws.
FINDLAY - Amanda Hyde scored 23 points to lead 11-0 Liberty-Benton.
APOSTOLIC CHRITIAN 71,
BG CHRISTIAN 33
Efe Oshodin paced Apostolic (5-6) with 13 points.