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Published: Friday, 3/2/2012

Yellow Jackets, Eagles advance

Girls:

Division I

Perrysburg 54, Bowling Green 44

TONTONGANY -- The Yellow Jackets led 30-17 at the half as Taylor Knight scored nine of her team-high 15 points.

Becca Tudor and Kelsea Newman each added 10 points for the Yellow Jackets at Otsego.

Hayley Williford led all scorers with 20 points for Bowling Green. Jenna Stoner chipped in with 13 for the Bobcats.


Notre Dame 82, Start 47

At Central Catholic, the Eagles soared to a 27-7 first-quarter lead and won going away.

Jayda Worthy paced Notre Dame with 19 points, Cat Wells added 13, Demi Whitaker 12, Ashley Kynard 11, and Kaayla McIntyre 10.

D'Angela Hicks topped the Spartans with 14 points with Torie McDuffie contributing 11.


Division II

Rogers 45, Perkins 32

At Clay, the Rams raced out to a 30-12 lead at the break as Sasha Dailey led the way with 12 points.

Perkins got 13 from Shannon Ebert while Jordan Fraley added 11 in defeat.


Bellevue 47, Rossford 28

The Indians went on a 14-6 run in the third quarter to take control of the game after leading 16-13 at the break at Clay.

Carly Santoro pumped in a game-high 21 points for Bellevue while Leslie Raifsnider added 12.

The Bulldogs got eight points from Courtney Morris.


Division III

Liberty-Benton 68, Woodmore 33

At Anthony Wayne, Caite Craft poured in 36 points to pace the winners. Rachel Myers added 13.

For the Wildcats, Kalyn Tate led the way with 13 points while Andrea Bouldin chipped in with 10 in the loss.


Evergreen 36, Lake 19

The Vikings overcame the Flyers' attempt to slow the pace of the game and took a 20-7 lead into the half at Anthony Wayne.

Evergreen (19-3) was paced by Lauren Langenderfer's 13 points.

Hunter Johnson led Lake (17-6) with five points.


Boys:

Bedford 75, Lincoln 46

TEMPERANCE -- The Mules (15-5) were paced by a trio of double-digit scores in regular-season play, led by 16 points from Ryan Rightnowar and Jackson Lamb.

Kenny McFadden added 15 in the victory.

Lincoln (12-8) got 16 from Jon Stoval.



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