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Published: Sunday, 12/6/2009

Dible's 27 spark BG past Maumee

BOWLING GREEN -

Tony Dible made eight

3-pointers to lead Bowling Green to a 63-50 Northern Lakes League boys basketball win last night over Maumee.

Dible, who finished with 27 points, connected on four 3-pointers in the second quarter to key an 18-5 run. Xavier Brown and Chauncey Orr added 13 and 12, respectively.

Anthony Barnum scored 16 points, while Damon Contat had 15 for the

Panthers.

SOUTHVIEW 80,

NORTHVIEW 64

Allen Gant scored 30 points and Andy Borcherdt added 20 to lead the Cougars to the win.

Cam O'Reilly and Thomas Stichter added 11 and 10, respectively, for Southview.

Northview was led by Jacob Sturt, who finished with 17 points, while Jarred Bowens added 11.

CLE. BENEDICTINE 83, START 58

CLEVELAND - Anthony Henderson poured in 42 points for Start in a losing effort.

Nick Harney led Benedictie with 25.

FREMONT ROSS 83,

WAITE 76

FREMONT - Kenny Penn poured in 27 points as the Little Giants won in overtime. Jake Hiestand had 15 points, while Shunnar Gamble added 13.

Antonio Allen led Waite with 16. Ke-Sean Harris and Tim Morehead had 15 and 14 points, respectively.

ROGERS 71,

COL. WALNUT RIDGE 49

Damond Powell led host Rogers with 27 points.

Rogers led 28-18 at halftime, then pulled away with a 25-point third quarter.

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS 72, BOWSHER 54

Robert Davis scored 29 points in a losing effort for host Bowsher. Troy Huebner added 11.

Ricky Slaughter led Cleveland Heights with 15.

PERRYSBURG 78,

ANTHONY WAYNE 43

Charlie Hughes scored 20 points to lead Perrysburg, which led 15-0 after one quarter. Matt Marquette added 15 and Andrew Holliger 13.

Brad Celusta paced AW with nine.

ROSSFORD 70,

SPRINGFIELD 46

Zach Leahy scored 28 points to lead the Bulldogs, Mitchell Stewart added 13, and Ollie Goss 10.

Chester McFadden scored 15 and Leroy Alexander 14 for Springfield.

OTSEGO 78, SWANTON 57

TONTOGANY - Matt Weisenborn finished with 19 points to lead the Knights. A.C. Limes and Tony Gerwin had 14 and 12, respectively.

Ryan Johnson scored 19 points and Travis Hilton added 16 for the Bulldogs.

EASTWOOD 62,

NAPOLEON 34

PEMBERVILLE - Clayton Ruch had 16 points and Clay Rolf added 15 and had 12 rebounds to lead the Eagles.

LAKOTA 58, ARCADIA 55

KANSAS - Scott Hoffman and Josh Kelley each had 14 points to lead the Raiders. Jake Wiseman added 10.

Julian Piva had 18 and Clay Baker 14 for Arcadia.

MAUMEE VALLEY 67,

MIAMI VALLEY 38

Carter Bayer had 14 points, Jangus Whitner 11, and Henry Beausejour 10 for host Maumee Valley.

Austin Piatt of Miami Valley had 17.

PORT CLINTON 70,

TIFFIN COLUMBIAN 60

PORT CLINTON - Josh Francis led Port Clinton with 20 points. Tyler Hicks added 18, Cory Brown 16 and Derek Colston 11.

Cole Williams tallied 24 for Tiffin Columbian.

DELTA 51, PETTISVILLE 37

DELTA - The Panthers were led by Jordan Turner's 12 points.

Blake Green added 11 and Drew Salsbury 10. Pettisville's Jacob Rupp had 22 points.

ARCHBOLD 53,

WAUSEON 49

WAUSEON - Telly Fricke scored 15 points for Archbold. Luke Kammeyer and Garrett Morton each had 12.

Landon Schaffner had 17 for Wauseon. Tyler Hinkle scored 13 and Colt Humbert 11.

EMMANUEL CHR. 58, MONCLOVA CHR. 43

MONCLOVA - Julius Turner had 21 points for Emmanuel Christian. Tony Behan added 13 points.

Kenny N'Douba tallied 15 for Monclova Christian. Jordan McCloud had 10.

FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 43,

CARDINAL STRITCH 38

FREMONT - Brant Reardon paced St. Joseph with 11 points.

LIBERTY-BENTON 61, ELMWOOD 39

FINDLAY - Aaron Craft had 17 points to lead the Eagles to the home win.

T.J. Waldock scored 12 points for the Royals.

OTTAWA HILLS 59, EDON 49

Eliot Browarsky scored 18, JJ Buckey 16, and Ian Trickey 11 for host Ottawa Hills.

Ryan Wells had 19 and Zach Hug 12 for Edon.

DANBURY 44,

OLD FORT 36

OLD FORT - Hunter Stevens paced Danbury with 12 points. Rodney Johnson added 10.

Roman Ream led Old Fort with 11.



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