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Hejl’s 22 points pace Cougars; Yellow Jackets defend home court with win

Southview 68, Bowling Green 58

BOWLING GREEN — Bailey Hejl hit three 3-pointers and scored a game-high 22 points, leading the Southview girls basketball team to a road victory in Northern Buckeye Conference play Tuesday night.

Taryn Stanley added 12 points for Southview. Chelsey Morlock led Bowling Green with 12 points.

Perrysburg 59, Springfield 35

Sarah Baer scored 17 points and Allex Brown added 11 to lead Perrysburg (8-0, 6-0 NLL) to a home win. Natlie Yoder led the way for Springfield (4-6, 1-5) with 15 points.

Toledo Christian 59, Ottawa Hills 37

Darian Westmeyer (16 points), Faith Johnson (14), and Hannah Wehrle (13) all scored into double digits for Eagles (5-0, 3-0 TAAC). Allie Dewire finished with 16 points to lead Ottawa Hills (4-2, 3-1).

Emmanuel Christian 34, Maumee Valley 24

Mackenzie McCauley led the way for Emmanuel Christian (3-2) with 12 points, while Chelsea Graham added 11 points in the TAAC home win.

Cammie Lonsway paced Maumee Valley (0-5) with eight points.

Danbury 27, Cardinal Stritch 22

LAKESIDE — Cassidy Rhodes hit three 3-pointers in the Lakers’ TAAC home victory. Rhodes scored 12 points to lead Danbury (3-3, 3-0 TAAC).

Abby Mass led Cardinal Stritch (2-5, 1-3) with eight points.

Holgate 34, Napoleon 27

NAPOLEON — Connor Abel scored 11 points to lead Holgate to a low-scoring win in the consolation game of the NW Signal Holiday Classic. Kayla Gerken led Napoloen with nine.

Patrick Henry 55, Wauseon 48

NAPOLEON — Kelsey Tietje scored 23 points to lead Patrick Henry in the championship game of the NW Signal Holiday Classic. Alyssa Reed led Wauseon with 14 points.

Gibsonburg 41, Northwood 17

Amanda Shammo’s 11 points paced the Golden Bears in their TAAC road victory. Doma Cruz scored eight for Northwod, which trailed 18-14 at halftime.

Northview 65, Maumee 40

Kendell McCoy fired in a game-high 22 points, Kendell Jessing added 11, and Maddie Cole 10 more to lead the Wildcats (5-2, 2-2 NLL). Joeal Olman led Maumee (0-8, 0-4) with 14.

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