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Published: 12/23/2013 - Updated: 3 months ago

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

St. Ursula Arrows defeat Scott Bulldogs 67-55

St. Ursula 67, Scott 55

Megan Burns helped the Arrows notch a home victory with 17 points Monday night in girls basketball.

Alice Richards and Grace Donnelly each added 10 points for St. Ursula (3-5).

Alice Palmer led Scott (3-5) with 21. Erica Johnson chipped in with 12.

 

Rossford 51, Waite 29

Julie Hotz scored 15 points to lead host Rossford (7-3), which also got 12 from Maddie York and 10 from Cheyenne Davis.

Ramiah Henry led Waite (4-5) with 18 points.

 

Genoa 76, Cardinal Stritch 34

GENOA — Haley Pickard scored a 29 points and Ciarra Albright had 23 for the Comets. Haley Gerke finished with 11.

CeCe Gozdowski led the Cardinals with eight points.

 

Archbold 75, Bowling Green 51

ARCHBOLD — Jesse Fidler scored 19 and Hannah Hesterman 19 for the Blue Streaks (10-0).

The Bobcats (5-5) were led by Hanna Williford with 18 and Livvy Dill with 10.

 

Oak Harbor 42, Woodmore 29

ELMORE — Athena Eli had five 3-pointers among her 20 points to lead the Rockets (7-2).

Allie Wank scored 14 for the Wildcats (4-7).

 

Swanton 62, Eastwood 37

SWANTON — Megyn Christensen scored 19 points to pace the Bulldogs (5-4). Kyleigh Ramlo added 11 and Maicie Wheeler 10.

Aubrey Peters led the Eagles (0-8) with 12.

 

Ayersville 61, McComb 42

AYERSVILLE — Megan Schubert scored nine of her 16 points in the third quarter when the Pilots pulled away.

Molly Hammersmith finished with 14 for Ayersville, and Kylee Tressler added 13.

Emily Clymer led McComb with 16. Nora Hemminger added 11.

 

Celina 54, Findlay 43

FINDLAY — Hillary Heiby led the Bulldogs (1-9) with 16.

The Trojans (1-6) were paced by Zoe Swisher with 12 and Sarah Smarkel with 10.



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