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B.G. holds back Woodward; Delta wins with late free throw; Patrick Henry cruises

Bowling Green 72, Woodward 57

BOWLING GREEN — Haley Glandorff led four Bobcats in double figures with 20 points in a girls basketball victory Tuesday night.

Livvy Dill added 15 points, Tyanna Smith 12 and Hanna Williford 10 for Bowling Green (10-7).

K'Shauna Barnett poured in 41 points to lead Woodward (3-11), while Andrea Johnson scored 12.

Delta 50, Hilltop 49

DELTA — Brailee Green hit 1 of 2 free throws with 6.9 seconds left, lifting to Panthers to victory.

Brigan Wymer finished with a game-high 20 points to lead Delta (12-4). Victoria Burdo hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points.

Sam Lillemon scored 17 points to lead Hilltop (9-5). Hannah Bleikamp added 11 points.

Patrick Henry 63, Miller City 41

HAMLER — Patrick Henry led 48-21 at halftime and cruised.

Kelsey Tietje paced the Patriots with 15 points, while Rylee Bower added 14 points.

Melissa Michel scored 21 points for Miller City.

Emmanuel Christian 32, Monclova Christian 29

Mylin Allen scored 10 points as the Warriors outscored host Monclova Christian 21-13 during the second half.

Jessie Holtzsher led Monclova Christian with 17 points.

Woodmore 57, Otsego 45

ELMORE — Allie Wank scored 16 points and Leah Bench added 10 to lead Woodmore in Northern Buckeye Conference play.

Otsego cut the lead to 39-36 in the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats (9-7, 6-3 NBC) went on a 10-0 run to put the game away.

Jessica Roberts had 14 to lead Otsego (6-10, 3-6) and Morgan Smoyer scored 11.

Toledo Christian 52, Maumee Valley 36

Darian Westmeyer scored 18 points while Faith Johnson added 15 for Maumee Valley (14-2) in the home victory.

Joeal Olman paced the Panthers (0-14) with 11 points.

Danbury 59, Old Fort 29

LAKESIDE — Alyssa Almendinger scored 16 points to lead Danbury and Stephanie Kukay added 11 points. Sara Bell paced Old Fort with 11 points.

Wauseon 67, Fairview 34

WAUSEON — Alyssa Reed scored 19 and Natalie Koenig 10 for the Indians. The Apaches were led by Brittany Conkey with 10.

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