Bryan 69, Maumee 39
Makayla Dennis scored 15 points and Hannah Schimmoeller 14 as the Golden Bears (9-8) won their girls basketball game Tuesday night.
Rachel Fruth and Jaclyn Hollin 12 apiece for Bryan.
The Panthers (0-16) were led by Joeal Olman’s 12 points.
Oak Harbor 46, Genoa 36
GENOA — The Rockets (10-6) rolled behind Andrea Cecil with 21 points and Abby Gezo with 11 and Makaya carpenter with 10.
The Comets (2-13) were paced by Haley Pickard with 10.
Gibsonburg 40, Emmanuel Christian 23
GIBSONBURG — Brittney Holcomb put in 12 points to lead the Golden Bears (7-9, 5-4 Toledo Area Athletic Conference).
MyMy Allen had 11 points and rebounds for the Warriors (4-9, 2-7).
Montpelier 54, Hicksville 35
HICKSVILLE — Aleah Maas scored a game-high 22 points, helping the Locomotives to the victory. Lauren Dye added 14 points.
McKenzie Gonwick finished with 17 points for Hicksville, which trailed 27-14 at halftime.
Saline 40, Bedford 33
TEMPERANCE — Natalie Coon scored 13 points as Saline (9-5, 4-4) won in Southeastern Conference play.
Rachel Lewandowski led Bedford (10-4, 5-2), which trailed 16-14 at halftime, with 13 points.
Ottawa-Glandorf 49, Napoleon 38
OTTAWA — Using a 16-2 second-quarter run, the Titans (12-6) raced away with the game on the strength of 14 points from Kristen Miller along with 12 different players scoring.
Elissa Ellerbrock added nine points and eight rebounds.
In the loss, the Wildcats (3-14) were led with eight points and seven rebounds from Courtney Smith.
Wauseon 64, Tinora 38
WAUSEON — Alyssa Reed scored 19 points and Annette Stidham added 14 as the Indians (11-6) jumped to a big lead early and rolled.
Ashley Mack finished with 17 points for Tinora (11-6), which trailed 23-5 after the first quarter. Erica Smay added 10.
Patrick Henry 66, Van Buren 48
HAMLER — Rylee Bower had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and Kelsey Tietje (19 points, nine rebounds) was close to a double-double herself as the Patriots won.
Paige Sudlow (12 points) and Taylor Gilliland (11) led Van Buren, which was outscored 20-4 in the third quarter.
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