FREMONT ROSS 55, MARION HARDING 48
FREMONT — The Little Giants’ Jazmin Bulger made a layup with one second remaining to tie the game and force overtime, then they dominated the Prexies in a nonleague girls basketball win Thursday.
Fremont Ross switched to a zone defense in overtime and didn't allow Harding to score.
Fremont Ross (6-2) was led by Bulger’s 20 points, and Vanashia Elkins scored 12.
Kia Branstetter paced Harding (1-9) with 16 points.
ANTHONY WAYNE 62, GENOA 38
The Generals used a 19-10 second quarter edge and never looked back in a home nonleague win.
Renee Saneholtz had 15 points to lead Anthony Wayne.
Kendall Gerke paced the Comets with 11 points.
CLAY 52, NORTHVIEW 42
The Eagles outscored the Wildcats 42-22 in the second half to earn a home nonleague victory.
Hannah Jehany had 16 points, Sydney Hess scored 15, and Caitlyn Kuecher had 12 points for Clay.
Kylie Archibeque paced Northview with 18 points.
ARCADIA 61, GIBSONBURG 35
GIBSONBURG — Kennedy Pratt had 20 points, and Mariah Monday scored 12 as Arcadia (6-2) cruised to a road nonleague win.
Allie Teeple had 14 points for Gibsonburg (4-4), and Shylee Schmeltz scored 13.
WOODMORE 44, OTTAWA HILLS 28
Liz Koenig had 12 points to lead Woodmore to a road win.
Morgan Billstein paced Ottawa Hills with nine points.
CARDINAL STRITCH 49, WOODWARD 24
Courteney Hardy had 18 points, and Jami Hardy scored 14 in an easy home nonleague win for the Cardinals.
Aguila Walker had 10 points to pace the Polar Bears.
VAN BUREN 56, OTSEGO 29
VAN VUREN — Shannon Weihl had 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Otsego past Van Buren to improve to 7-1 on the season.
Otsego only led by one point at halftime until dominating in the third quarter 20-4.
Mady Parker led Van Buren (2-6) with 10 points.