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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ottawa Hills gets past Maumee in overtime

BLADE STAFF

Ottawa Hills 74, Maumee 68

The Panthers' Joeal Olman led all scorers with 34 points but it wasn't enough as Ottawa Hills won on the road in overtime Saturday night in girls basketball.

Allie Dewire had 24 points for the Green Bears. Olivia Vanslooten had 16 and Michelle Healy had 11.

Toledo Christian 61, Bowsher 42

Darian Westmeyer tallied 17 points to lead Toledo Christian to a road victory.

Faith Johnson added 11 points and Hannah Wehrle had 10 for Eagles (8-1).

Rachel Marter had 16 points to lead Bowsher (2-8).

Notre Dame 45, Northview 31

Tierra Floyd scored 12 points and Kaayla McIntyre 10 for the Eagles.

The Wildcats were led by Kendall Jessing with 13.

Evergreen 67, Northwood 16

METAMORA — Kendalyn Noe scored 19 points and Haili Mossing added 14 points to pace Evergreen.

Lakota West 60, Central Catholic 45

WESTCHESTER, Ohio — Lauren Cannatelli poured in 25 points as Lakota West won in the Lakota West Holiday Shootout.

Michelle Murnen scored 17 points to lead Central Catholic and Jen Vliet added 10 points.

Patrick Henry 33, Napoleon 23

NAPOLEON — Kelsey Tietje poured in 23 points to lead Patrick Henry.

Mia Rausch led Napoleon with seven points.

Lima Bath 27, Findlay 24

LIMA — Emily Ruhe scored 11 points to give Lima Bath a win in the championship game of the McDonald's Holiday Tournament.

Nicole Muehl led Findlay (7-2) with nine points.

Archbold 66, Pettisville 38

ARCHBOLD — Darian Oberlin scored 20 points to help Archbold to a victory. Cassidy Wyse and Hannah Hesterman added 14 points each for the Blue Streaks.

Dana Fricke led Pettisville with 10 points.

Fremont St. Joseph 48, Mansfield Christian 27

FREMONT — Brennan Reardon scored 13 points and Be Reardon added 12 points to help Fremont St. Joseph to a victory.

Kardejah Johnson led Mansfield Christian with eight points.



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