Maumee 50, Eastwood 47
PEMBERVILLE — The Panthers used a 19-9 fourth-quarter advantage to rally for a girls basketball win.
Lindsay Sayre had 11 points to lead Maumee (2-20).
Diana Bushman led the Eagles (6-16) with 16 points.
Swanton 62, Ottawa Hills 25
SWANTON —The Bulldogs (12-10) won with 17 points apiece from Bethann Lumbrezer and Megyn Christensen. Ottawa Hills falls to 11-10.
Liberty-Benton 47,Anthony Wayne 32
Katie Simon poured in 21 and Rachel Myers added 12 for the Eagles (17-5).
The Generals (13-9) trailed 28-18 at the half.
Findlay 75, St. Ursula 28
Nicole Muehl led five Trojans players in double figures with 16 points.
Christina McQueen added 14 for visiting Findlay, while Taylor Stanfield had 12, and Zoe Swisher and Jacey Hardesty scored 11 each. Megan Burns led St. Ursula with nine points.
Delta 46, Evergreen 43
DELTA—The Panthers win behind Brigan Wymers 18 points and the help of Abbie Harris with 10.
For the Vikings, Kendalyn Noe had 13 and Hali Mossing 12.
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