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Published: Saturday, 1/15/2011

GIRLS ROUNDUP: Abendroth leads Ottawa Hills to win over Danbury

OTTAWA HILLS 66, DANBURY 41

Lauren Abendroth piled up 26 points Saturday night as the Green Bears rolled in a Toledo Area Athletic Conference game.

Haley Jarecki and Cimone Reid scored 13 and 10 points, respectively, for Ottawa Hills (10-0, 6-0 TAAC).

Nancy Rumpf had 10 steals. Tori England had 17 points for the Lakers (5-7, 4-2).

MAUMEE VALLEY 26, CARDINAL STRITCH 23

Kristen Bigelow had 20 points for the Hawks (3-6, 1-4 TAAC). Marisa Katafiasz had nine for Cardinal Stritch (1-10, 1-5).

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 69, NORTHWOOD 43

Bethany Critchley and poured in a game-high 24 points and Abbey Fox pumped in 23 to lead the Eagles to a rout of the Rangers.

Becca Bisbee led Northwood with 10 points.

SCOTT 69, DAYTON DUNBAR 26

K.K. Scott and Macketta Allen each scored 14 for the Bulldogs in a home victory.

HUNTINGTON ST. JOE 69, NOTRE DAME 64

PICKERINGTON — Demy Whitaker tallied a 19 for the Eagles in an ovetime loss. Michelle Holmes added 17 points and Cat Wells finished with 14.

Sara Sang had 29 points to lead Huntington (W.Va.) St. Joseph.

FREMONT ROSS 65, WHITMER 48

FREMONT—Sam Michael scored 15 points and Christy Meggitt 12 for Ross (2-10).

Autumn Jones and Keshya McCarver each scored 13 for the Panthers.

START 60, MYRTLE BEACH 53

BERLIN, Ohio — Azia Bishop pumped in a game-high 18 points to lead the Spartans to victory in a Classic in the Country matchup against the defending Division II South Carolina state championship team.

Maleeka Kynard added 13 points for undefeated Start (9-0). Tanisha Brown paced Myrtle Beach with 16 points.

DELTA 54, OTSEGO 40

DELTA — Alexa Salsbury poured in 17 points, Caitlin Friess added 12, and Kathleen Przeslawski scored 11 in the Panthers' victory over the visiting Knights, who were led by Hannah Greulich, Lexi Levin, and Megan Bundy with 7 points each.

WOODMORE 47, ELMWOOD 34

BLOOMDALE - Brittany Wolford and Taylor Avers scored 12 points apiece to pace the Wildcats.



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