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Girls basketball: Clay hangs on, tops Blue Devils

01/08/2017, 12:02am EST
By BLADE STAFF

Saneholtz scores 21 in Anthony Wayne win

CLAY 50, SPRINGFIELD 48

Late free-throws pushed Clay past Springfield, which had a last-second opportunity to win the girls basketball game on Saturday night.

Caitlyn Kuecher led Clay with 14 points.

Springfield (10-3) took an early 13-6 lead after the first quarter. Erica Myers scored 11 for the Blue Devils.

DETROIT COUNTRY DAY 78, CENTRAL CATHOLIC 45

Destiny Pitts took over for the Michigan powerhouse at Central Catholic.

Pitts, a Minnesota commit, scored 30 points, including four 3-pointers.

Maverick Delp led Central Catholic (4-6) with 12 points.

ANTHONY WAYNE 68, DEFIANCE 47

Renee Saneholtz and Alix Carter led Anthony Wayne to high-scoring second and third quarters to defeat Defiance.

Saneholtz finished with 21 points and was helped by Carter’s 17 and Rylie Seals 10.

Emily Poling led Defiance with nine points.

CARDINAL STRITCH 54, NORTHWOOD 33

The Hardy sisters helped Cardinal Stritch take a 15-point lead into halftime during a win at Northwood.

Jami Hardy scored 16 points while Courtney Hardy had 10.

Northwood was led by Allison Roach, who scored 18.

GIBSONBURG 48, EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 41

GIBSONBURG — The Golden Bears withstood a big 3-point shooting game to win at home behind a Allie Teeple 16-point, 16-rebound performance.

Abby Cantrell led Gibsonburg (5-6, 2-5 TAAC) with 21 points on six 3-pointers.

Melissa Watkins led Emmanuel Christian (3-5, 2-5) with seven 3-pointers on way to 25 points.

ELMWOOD 43, BOWLING GREEN 42

BLOOMDALE — Zoe Shank scored 10 of her team’s 13 points in the fourth quarter for a comeback win.

Shank scored a game-high 21 points. She was helped by Maddie Schramko’s 12 points and seven rebounds.

Bowling Green was led by Kendal Glandorf, who scored 17, and Julia Maas had 14.

DELTA 50, OTTAWA HILLS 33

DELTA — It was a close game until the Panthers outscored the Green Bears 17-2 in the second quarter. Ottawa Hills fought back in the third, but it wasn’t enough.

Abby Freeman scored 16 points and Maddie Mattimore added 15 to lead Delta.

Ottawa Hills was led by Sophie Summers with 12 points.

DANBURY 39, MAUMEE VALLEY 37

Sierra Puckett scored nine points in a balanced effort for Danbury on the road.

Shannon Herrmann led the Hawks with 16 points. Emma Daugherty added 10.

FOSTORIA 45, VANLUE 39

VANLUE — After scoring 27 Friday night, Evion Taylor only needed 17 to push lead Fostoria to a win against Vanlue.

Vanlue had an early lead and it took a big fourth quarter for the Redmen to win. Tyriana Settles added 10 points and four rebounds in the win.

Amanda Clymer led Vanlue with 16 points.

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