LAKE 52, GIBSONBURG 19
GIBSONBURG -- The Flyers (17-0, 10-0) flew behind Kaysie Brittenham with 17 points and Hannah Cox with 12. For the Golden Bears (3-15, 1-9), Katey DuShane led the scoring with six.
PERRYSBURG 71, BOWSHER 40
At Perrysburg, four Yellow Jackets scored in double figures, headed by 14 apiece from Kelsea Newman and Kayla VanderVlucht.
Taylor Knight added 11 and Nicole Delas 10 for Perrysburg, 14-1.
Asia Woodson paced the Rebels with 16 points.
BRYAN 39, STRYKER 37
STRYKER -- Stryker made only two points in the first quarter to eight for Bryan, but managed to get 15 in the second period to seven for Bryan and a 17-15 lead which the Golden Bears managed to hold up as each team scored 22 points in the second half. Kelsey Riba scored 15 points and Joy Schollmeier 12 for Bryan.
Conner Varner had 12 points and Brooke Ruffer 10 to lead Stryker.
NAPOLEON 37, ANTHONY WAYNE 34
The visiting Wildcats rallied from a 14-6 first-quarter deficit and held off the Generals to improve to 15-2 on the season.
Taylor Miller scored 10 points to lead the Napoleon. Emma Rickett tallied 11 points to pace the Generals (9-5).
GENOA 44, WOODMORE 37
ELMORE -- Genoa scored 19 points in the fourth quarter to 12 for Woodmore after the teams were tied at 25 going into the final period. Brandi Schimming had 7 of her 11 points and Alyssa Meis six of her 11 points in the vital fourth as they led the Comet scoring.
Kalyn Tate of Woodmore led all scorers with 14 and teammate Chelsea Garver added 10.
LIBERTY-BENTON 42, MILLER CITY 26
FINDLAY -- Catie Craft scored 14 points and Rachel Myers 10 for Liberty-Benton (15-2). Sami Michel led Miller City (9-8) with nine points.
OTSEGO 65, ELMWOOD 61
TONTOGANY -- The Knights win this foul-plagued contest (58 free throws attempted) in the fourth period as Morgan McCullough scored 8 points. Micaela Murphy led Otsego with 14, Hannah Greulich added 13 and 10 rebounds and McCullough chipped in 12.
For the3 Royals (3-13, 3-7) Sierra Beckford had 22, Brittany Gross 12 and Megan Briggs 10.
BEDFORD 41, YPSILANTI LINCOLN 31
YPSILANTI -- Bedford recovered from a less-than accurate shooting exhibition in the first half (4 for 30 from the field and 1 of 4 from the free throw line) to rally for the victory.
The Mules finished 15 of 24 from the line in the second half to insure the triumph after trailing 17-12 at the half. Robin Brown had 9 points and 10 rebounds and Sam Pavlika 10 rebounds for Bedford.
NORTHVIEW 74, SPRINGFIELD 36
Miriam Justinger led the way with 16 points while Tori Busby (14) and Jessica Jessing (13) scored in double figures for the Wildcats (15-2, 11-0).
Brianna Nix paced the Blue Devils with 16 points in the loss.
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