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Generals bounce Yellow Jackets

AW holds 17-4 edge at free-throw line


Anthony Wayne 39, Perrysburg 30

FINDLAY-- The Yellow Jackets led just 3-2 after the first quarter and 14-9 at the half. But the Generals outscored Perrysburg 13-6 in the third quarter and 17-10 in the fourth Friday night in a Division I boys basketball sectional final.

Grant Fiock and Mark Donnal led Anthony Wayne (15-6) with 10 points.

Scott Milne had 13 and Bryant Byrd added 10 for Perrysburg (14-8).

The Generals made 17 of 30 free throws to Jackets' 4 of 9.



Findlay 49, Fremont Ross 29

FINDLAY -- C.J. Gettys scored 15 and Boston Ballmer 13 to lead the Trojans (15-5) at Liberty-Benton.

Skylar Reffner had 11 points and Jay Carnicom 10 for the Little Giants (10-11).


Kynard leads Scott; Wauseon advances

Scott 65, Clyde 54

At Clay, Dontonio Kynard pumped in a game-high 25 to lead the Bulldogs in a Division II boys basketball sectional final. Shaquille Allen added 16.

Scott (13-8) went ahead 17-11 after the first quarter.

The Fliers (17-5) were led by Zach Warner's 23 points, while Derek Gray chipped in 16.

Sandusky Perkins 68, Woodward 48

At Clay, the Pirates (20-2) rolled to a 36-20 lead and never looked back as Michael Ebert scored 19 points, while Brandon Smith added 18.

The Polar Bears (5-17) were by Jalen Wells with 12, while Delano McCabe added 11.

Wauseon 74, Napoleon 64

SWANTON -- Wade Wooley led the Indians (19-2) with 22 points. Tre Henricks and Collin Bzovi each had 20, and Alex Woten added 10.

Jordon Lauf scored 21 points and Jordan Myles 20 for the Wildcats (18-3).

Defiance 62, Bowling Green 50

SWANTON -- Anthony Kidston led the Bulldogs (20-1) with 24 points.

Josh Scott and Tory Guilliam each had 12 and Doug Herrett 11.

Vitto Brown paced Bowling Green (11-10) with 19 points and Andrew Herringshaw scored 15.


Blue Streaks avoid upset by Vikings; Lake wins

Archbold 42, Evergreen 40

At Anthony Wayne, the Blue Streaks held on as Gabe Rodriguez and Taylor Price each had eight points in a Division III boys basketball sectional final.

Clayton Wielinski led all scorers and Evergreen (6-16) with 12 points.

Archbold (16-5) led 19-16 at halftime, pushing the advantage to 31-26 after three quarters.

Patrick Henry 40, Delta 27

At Anthony Wayne, the Patriots outscored the Panthers 26-10 in the second half after trailing 17-14 at halftime.

Kolby Seeman and Austin Christman led Patrick Henry (13-9) with 11 points each.

Blake Green led the Delta (12-9) with 14.

Lake 51, Huron 46

SANDUSKY -- Ra'Shad Smith scored 16 points to pace the Flyers (16-5).

Jared Rettig tallied 13 for Lake, which fell behind 14-7 after the first quarter but rallied to lead 18-16 at halftime, then led 35-24 after the third.

Aaron Casey led the Tigers (14-8) with 14.

Liberty Benton 62, Van Buren 24

FINDLAY -- Adam Cytlak scored 17 points, Chase Cook had 15, and John Darnall added 10 for the Knights (18-3).

Sawyer Junge and Justin Roberts paced Van Buren (4-18) with seven points each.

Elmwood 67, Fostoria 62

FINDLAY -- Tyler Rosendale scored 18 points and Aaron Arnold 13 for the Royals (12-10).

Brandon Glenn led the Redmen (9-12) with 22 and Adonis Cousin added 16.

Elmwood outscored Fostoria 16-10 in the third quarter, while the Redman had a 52-51 advantage in the other three quarters.


Hawks go to 20-1 after slipping by Green Bears

Maumee Valley 42, Ottawa Hills 39

PEMBERVILLE -- Jared Sturt scored 11 points as the Hawks rallied to win Friday night in a Division IV boys basketball sectional final.

Maumee Valley (20-1) outscored the Green Bears 10-6 in the decisive fourth quarter.

Geoffrey Beans had 14 points to pace Ottawa Hills (12-9), while Lucas Janowicz had 10.

Toledo Christian 45, Gibsonburg 40

PEMBERVILLE -- Eric Cellier had 19 points for the Eagles in a contest that was a defensive battle until the fourth quarter.

That's when Toledo Christian (15-6) outscored the Golden Bears 20-17 to hang on.

Josh Winzeler added 15 points for the Eagles.

Logan Jones led Gibsonburg (16-5) with 15 points. Dylan Dorfmeyer added 13.

McComb 61, Leipsic 57

OTTAWA-- Down 11 points at halftime, McComb outscored Leipsic 40-25 in the second half to claim a sectional title at Ottawa-Glandorf.

The Panthers (14-8) tied the game at 40 at the end of three quarters and outscored the Vikings 21-17 in the fourth.

Dalton Buck led McComb with 19 points, while Austin Westenbarger and Clay Grubb added 10 each.

Ty Maag led Leipsic (16-5) with 10 points, Devin Mangas had 18, and Zach Kuhlman 10

Emmanuel Christian 63, Lima Temple Christian 41

CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio -- Jason Regnier had 21 points to lead the Warriors (9-12) in the semifinals of the Ohio Christian School Athletic Association semifinals. Ryan Creech added 17.

Matt Biscoe had 13 points to lead Lima Temple Christian.

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