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Published: Friday, 3/1/2013

Rams use defense to get past Redmen; Elmwood, Liberty-Benton victorious

Division II

Rogers 38, Bellevue 20

MILLBURY — Akienreh Johnson scored 11 points to lead Rogers as the Rams raced out to a 20-11 first quarter lead and held on to win the low scoring girls basketball contest.

Charon Sweeney chipped in with nine points for Rogers.

Port Clinton 45, Rossford 28

MILLBURY — Tiffany Colston scored 18 points and Hope Thorbahn added 17 for Port Clinton.

Julie Hotz paced Rossford with 15 points.

Celina 59, Wauseon 48

PAULDING — Katie Stahl scored 14 points and Hillary Heiby added 12 to lead Celina.

Natalie Koenig tallied 16 points for Wauseon.

Division III

Elmwood 48, Genoa 33

At Central Catholic, Brittany George scored 19 points to pace Elmwood and Brittany Gross added 14.

Haley Pickard scored 11 points to lead Genoa.

Liberty-Benton 54, Woodmore 34

At Central Catholic, Rachel Myers scored 24 points to pace Liberty-Benton (19-5).

Grace Weirich led Woodmore (13-10) with 11 points.

Division IV

Patrick Henry 46, McComb 34

FINDLAY — Kelsey Tietje poured in 18 points as Patrick Henry used a 16-4 opening quarter to set the tone.

Katy Hammer added 12 for the Patriots.

Breanna Dee and Emily Clymer led McComb with eight points each.

Fayette 47, North Central 28

ARCHBOLD — Kaela Seiler paced Fayette with 10 points.

Shaylee Oyer scored 15 to lead North Central.

Pettisville 44, Edgerton 39

ARCHBOLD — Lauren Hostetler and Dana Fricke scored 14 points each as Pettisville outlasted Edgerton in overtime.

Devin Stark led Edgerton with 15 points, while Kennedy Flower added 10.



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