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Published: Wednesday, 1/9/2013

Bulldogs nip Eagles in comeback win, Rossford beats Eastwood in NBC

Rossford 39, Eastwood 32

PEMBERVILLE — The Bulldogs overcame a 12-6 deficit after the first quarter as Margo Jackson led the way with 11 points while Courtney Morris had 10 in Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball action.

Diana Bushman led all scorers with 12 in a losing effort for the Eagles.

Woodmore 48, Genoa 32

ELMORE — Allie Wank scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help Woodmore to a win in the NBC.

Leah Bench added 12 points for the Wildcats.

Ciara Albright paced Genoa with 18 points.

Celina 68, Findlay 51

CELINA — Beth Homan and Taylor Guingrich each scored 13 points for Celina.

Nicole Muehl had 22 for the Trojans, Christina McQueen 12, and Taylor Stansfield 11.

Delta 61, Northwood 35

Brigan Wymer poured in 22 points to lead the Panthers to a road win.

Bri Raab added 11 points for Delta, while Victoria Burdo chipped in with 10 points.

Alex Rable paced Northwood with eight points.

Elmwood 43, Otsego 33

BLOOMDALE — Brittany Gross scored 21 points and Kristen Curtis added 10 points to lead the Royals to an NBC win.

Jessica Roberts paced Otsego with 12 points.

Lake 60, Fostoria 24

MILLBURY — Jordyn Taylor paced Lake with 14 points, while Alyssa Shaffer scored 11 points as the Flyers cruised.

Kierra Settles led Fostoria with six points.

Archbold 70, Stryker 36

At Stryker, Cassidy Wyse poured in 26 points to lead Archbold (12-1) to an easy win.

Jesse Fidler and Winter Fricke added 11 points each for the Blue Streaks.

Oak Harbor 53, Danbury 27

DANBURY — The visiting Rockets jumped out to a 31-11 lead at the break and didn’t stop as Abbie Gezo’s 18 led all scorers.

Teammate Maria Boers hit two 3-pointers en route to a 17-point night.

Erin Lavelle had eight for Danbury.

Hilltop 58, Montpelier 50

WEST UNITY — Jackie Smith scored 19 points and Hannah Bleikamp added 13 points to lead Hilltop to a win.

Hannah Blake and Lauren Dye paced Montpelier with 17 points each, while Baylee Hageman added 11 points.


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