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Published: 2/18/2011 - Updated: 3 years ago

Ricketts leads AW past BG

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUPS

BLADE STAFF

ANTHONY WAYNE 42, BOWLING GREEN 39

BOWLING GREEN -- The visiting Generals outscored BG 11-2 in the third quarter as the Bobcats made just 1-of-9 shots from the floor on Thursday.

Emma Ricketts finished with 13 points to lead Anthony Wayne (14-5, 10-3 Northern Lakes League).

Hayley Williford made four 3-pointers and had 20 points for Bowling Green (11-8, 5-8).


ROSSFORD 61, SPRINGFFIELD 45

The Bulldogs won on the road to run their record to 8-11 overall and 4-9 in the Northern Lakes League.

Abbey Geraghty led Rossford with 20 points, while Alaina Mitchell and Kasey Geraghty added 14 and 11 points, respectively.

Brianna Nix scored 11 to top the Blue Devils (3-16, 1-12), and Erin Delany added 10.


SOUTHVIEW 56, MAUMEE 39

The Cougars (11-8, 8-5 NLL) were led by Lexi Lopez with 23 points.

Katie Butler scored 10 points for the Panthers (3-16, 3-7).


OAK HARBOR 56, WHITMER 39

OAK HARBOR -- The Rockets outscored Whitmer 30-11 in the middle two quarters to earn the home victory.

Allison Dunn scored 17 points, while Maria Boers had 14 for Oak Harbor (11-8).

Keshya McCarter's nine points topped the Panthers (5-13).


OTSEGO 44, EASTWOOD 39

TONTOGANY -- The Knights used an 18-12 fourth-quarter advantage to overcome a one-point deficit to pick up their sixth Suburban Lakes League win of the season.

Hannah Greulich led Otsego (8-12, 6-6) with 14 points and 12 rebounds, while Morgan McCullough added 11, Kylee Bernthisel 10.

Eastwood (2-18, 1-11) was paced by Diana Bushman's nine points.


ELMWOOD 60, GIBSONBURG 37

BLOOMDALE -- Sierra Beckford finished with 23 points to lead the Royals to the home victory. Nine different players had points for Elmwood (4-15, 4-8 SLL).

Sam Hoffman finished with eight points for Gibsonburg (3-17, 1-11).


MAUMEE VALLEY 33, CARDINAL STRITCH 31

Karla Luketic banked in a short jumper with 1.4 seconds left to lead Maumee Valley to the home victory.

Kristin Bigelow finished with 12 points, and Delaney Lonsway added 11 as the Hawks improved to 6-13 overall and 3-9 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.

Marissa Zaborski scored nine points to lead the Cardinals (3-17, 3-9).

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 52, NORTHWOOD 34

Toledo Christian (10-7, 9-2), leading 22-17 at the break over Northwood (8-12, 7-5), put together a big third quarter to cruise to a win. Krista Wood led the Eagles with 13 points; Bethany Critchley had 12.

Northwood's Sandy Koch tallied 15 points.

FINDLAY 58, MARION HARDING 41

FINDLAY -- Danielle Sallisbury paced the Trojans (12-8) with 22 points, while Christina McQueen added 10.

HILLTOP 44, FAYETTE 24

WEST UNITY -- Ashlyn Purk made four 3-pointers on the way to 14 points, while Hannah Bleikamp added 10 to lead the Cadets to the home victory.

Ashtyn Baker and Leah Brinegar each had seven points to lead the Eagles.

MONCLOVA CHRISTIAN 57, STATE LINE CHRISTIAN 48

Kenny NDouba and Kyle Ringle each scored 19 points to lead the Thunder (13-4).

Todd Gardiner hit five 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 26 points for State Line Christian, while Robert Troutman added 11.

WHITEFORD 53, ADRIAN MADISON 47

ADRIAN -- Corey Roberts and Forrest Grosteffon led Whiteford to a win over Adrian Madison in a Tri-County Conference tilt, with Roberts tallying 17 points and four assists; Grosteffon scored 12 and pulled down nine rebounds. Whiteford went into halftime on top 27-17, but it was all Madison in the second half. Justin Webster paced the Trojans with 15 points; teammate Zach Mellon had 12.



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