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Published: Friday, 12/27/2013 - Updated: 2 years ago

Cougars edge Knights in OT; Genoa’s Rightnowar scores 43

Darrington tallies 27 to lead Waite; Coil’s 29 pace Ottawa Hills


Southview 72, St. Francis 70 (OT)

Southview scored all 18 of its overtime points from the free-throw line to pull out a victory Friday night in boys basketball.

The Cougars (6-1) had a 35-18 edge at the line for the game in a road win.

Matt Morrison and Nate Hall led Southview with 19 points each. Jeremiah Roberts added 15.

Dontay Ellison paced St. Francis (2-4) with 15 points and Evan Wheeler had 14.

Waite 82, Lakota 66

Phillip Darrington scored 27 points and dished out 10 assists as Waite won in the Emmanuel Christian Warrior Classic.

Kelvin Downer added 23 for the Indians (4-3) and Alec Heslet had 11.

Chris Timmons paced Lakota (3-4) with 28, while James Kirkpatrick tallied 19.

Emmanuel Christian 52, Summerfield 45

Jordan Farley scored 12 points and Aaron Scheiderer 10 in as Emmanuel Christian (2-4) won in its Warrior Classic.

Cody Reichow led the Bulldogs (2-3) with 17 points.

Whitmer 53, Northview 43

Jon Ashe paced the Panthers (2-4) with 17 points.

Austin Sample tallied 11 points for Northview (1-6).

Springfield 59, Clay 43

John Key scored 15 points and Chad Roy and Mason Durden each had 10 for the Blue Devils (4-2).

Anthony Ramirez had 18 for the Eagles (1-6).

Genoa 93, Woodmore 89

ELMORE — Luke Rightnowar poured in 43 points, including eight of Genoa's 16 in overtime.

Rightnowar also hit the game-tying shot in regulation as Genoa completed an eight-point comeback with less than a minute left.

Amos Kauder and Jimmy Henninger added 11 points each for the Comets (3-3, 2-2 NBC).

Drew Lewandowski paced Woodmore (1-7, 1-3) with 19. Ryan Avers and Phil Thorbahn added 16, Zach Gephart 15 and Erich Greulich 11.

Central Catholic 103, Bowling Green 57

BOWLING GREEN — Marcus Winters scored 14 points to lead the balanced Irish (5-0).

Jermiah Braswell added 13 points, DeShone Kizer had 12.

Trent Hinton had a game-high 21 points for the Bobcats (1-5).

St. John's 67, Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep 60

NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio — St. John's used a decisive third quarter (22-9) to break open a 28-28 halftime tie in a win at the TCC Shootout.

Anthony Glover Jr. scored 13 of his 21 points in the third quarter to pace the Titans (6-2). Parker Ernsthausen added 17 points.

Matt Harris tallied 29 points for Cathedral Prep (5-3).

Ottawa Hills 71, Pettisville 33

PETTISVILLE — R.J. Coil scored 29 points and Ben Silverman added 15 as the Green Bears (6-1) rolled to road victory.

Jeremy Mann led the Blackbirds (1-6) with 12 points.

Maumee Valley 63, North Baltimore 46

NORTH BALTIMORE — Solomon Collins scored 16 points and Thad Woodard had 14 to pace the Hawks (6-1).

Nick Towns added 10.

Jacob Frost led the Tigers (3-5) with 12.

Fairview 65, Montpelier 37

WEST UNITY — Daniel Smith scored 21 points to lead Fairview (2-5) in the Hilltop Holiday Classic. Joe Macsay added 19.

Nate McCord, Jared Shoup, and Alex Matzinger all scored eight points for the Locomotives (0-6).

Delta 108, Hilltop 70

WEST UNITY — Ethan Edwards scored 27 points for the Panthers (6-0).

Scott Garlinger added 20 points for Delta, while Nick Munger had 17, and Nick Jones 13, and Bailey Monroe 10.

Quinn Smith led Hilltop (1-4) with 21 points. Tim Maneval added 19.

Evergreen 47, Ayersville 46

METAMORA — Garrett Willeman hit two free throws with 1.4 seconds left to complete an Evergreen comeback.

The Vikings outscored Ayersville 12-2 in the final quarter.

Logan Pinkelman scored 13 points to lead Evergreen (6-1) and Triston Wilson added 10.

Brayton Martin and Trey Baumen led Ayersville (6-2) with 13 and Dawson Bales had 11.

Gibsonburg 62, Otsego 40

TONTOGANY — Jordan Kreglow and Andrew Cantrell scored 16 points for the Golden Bears (4-2). Bryce Ernsthausen added 10

Cody Downs scored 15 points to lead the Knights (4-3).

Huron 65, Port Clinton 55

PORT CLINTON — Cody Thompson scored 15 points to lead Huron (4-1).

Adam Storer added 14 and Gabe Camella had 10.

Nathan Stubblefield paced Port Clinton (3-5) with 22. Carter Rumball added 14.

Lake 98, Seneca East 42

MILLBURY — The Flyers advanced to the championship game of their tournament as Jared Rettig pumped in 30 points.

Cody Witt had 11 and Brandyn Neal added 10 for Lake (7-0).

Ethan Caudill led Seneca East (0-9) with 14.

Bryan 63, Cardinal Stritch 37

MILLBURY — Sean Culler pumped in a 24 points for the Golden Bears in the Lake tournament.

Thomas Martin added 15, while Austin Schimmoeller added 13 for Bryan (3-2).

Austin Adams had 11 and Austins Pratt 10 for the Cardinals (1-3).

Napoleon 70, Patrick Henry 44

HAMLER — Napoleon raced out to a 23-2 lead after one quarter.

Blake Dunbar tallied 22 points and Anson Lankenau had 13 to pace the Wildcats (3-4).

A.J. Wagner scored 27 points to lead the Patriots (0-7).

Fremont Ross 72, Sandusky 58

SANDUSKY — Jack Gedeon had 16 points, 14 rebounds, and 12 assists, for the Little Giants (5-2).

J. Williams had 19 points to lead Sandusky (1-5).

Ottawa-Glandorf 62, Archbold 56

OTTAWA — Alex Fisher scored 14 points, Cody Alt finished with 12, and Zach Kuhlman had 11 as the Titans (5-3) won in overtime.

Luke Fisher led Archbold (5-1) with 15 points. Brandon Goering added 12.

Arcadia 44, New Riegel 34

ARCADIA — Josh Ireland scored a 24 points as the Redskins pulled away late.

Jim Ink led New Riegel with 12 points.

Old Fort 80, Elmwood 57

BLOOMDALE — Hunter Perry poured in 31 points to lead Old Fort. Maison Steyer added 13 points.

Aaron Arnold led Elmwood with 19 points, while Trevor Solether had 12.

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