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Girls roundup: Gibsonburg holds off Emmanuel Christian

02/17/2017, 12:10am EST
By BLADE STAFF

Archbold clinches NWOAL crown

Girls roundup: Gibsonburg holds off Emmanuel Christian

GIBSONBURG 49, EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN 47

Gibsonburg led by four, 49-45, in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference game when Emmanuel Christian's Olivia Pollock made two free throws to pull the Warriors within two. The Golden Bears then beat the fullcourt press to secure the girls basketball victory on Thursday.

Shylee Schmeltz led Gibsonburg (12-10, 11-3 TAAC) with 16 points, and Allie Teeple scored 12.

Pollock led Emmanuel Christian (7-13, 4-10) with 19 points, and Sydney McCauley scored 10.

PERRYSBURG 44, NAPOLEON 28

Senior guard Hailey Wenzelman scored a game-high 17 points, and junior forward Ashlynn Brown added 12 points and seven rebounds Thursday night, lifting Perrysburg to a 44-28 girls basketball victory against visiting Napoleon, and giving the Yellow Jackets an outright Northern Lakes League championship. FULL STORY

ARCHBOLD 63, DELTA 50

The Blue Streaks used a 20-point first quarter to take control against Delta, eventually clinching the NWOAL title and giving coach Brian Ziegler his 300th career win.

All three seniors reached double figures for the Blue Streaks (21-1, 7-0). Morgan Miller scored 16, Kierstyn Repp added 14, and Alyssa Ziegler had 10.

Maddie Mattimore scored a game-high 23 for Delta (11-10, 3-4). Emily Clifton and Abby Freeman scored 11 and 10, respectively.

Jessica Stoll had 13 points for Edison.

WHITMER 58, ST. URSULA 23

Bryce Blood had 21 points as Whitmer coasted to a big win at St. Ursula.

Maddie Brown had 10 points for the Panthers, who improved to 17-5.

Amy King scored 15 to pace the Arrows (5-16).

ANTHONY WAYNE 52, SOUTHVIEW 49

Abigail Yunker had a game-high 16 points to lead the Generals (17-5, 11-3 NLL) past the Cougars (3-19, 1-13) in a Northern Lakes League game at Southview.

Alix Carter had 13 points for AW.

Lauren Perry led the Cougars with 13 points, while Anika Sweeney and Elisha Quinn had 11 points each.

NORTHVIEW 42, BOWLING GREEN 32

BOWLING GREEN — Kylie Archibeque had a game-high 17 points for the visiting Wildcats (13-9, 10-4 NLL).

Kendal Glandorff had a team-high 16 points for Bowling Green (10-12, 5-9).

SPRINGFIELD 37, MAUMEE 20

Rachel Bucher and Ally Mossing used their senior night to help the Blue Devils to a victory against Maumee.

Bucher and Mossing each had a game-high eight points for Springfield (14-8, 10-4 NLL), which led for the duration of the second half.

Alissa Schneider scored seven to lead Maumee (5-17, 1-13).

WOODMORE 50, ROSSFORD 38

ELMORE — The Wildcats used a 12-2 run in the second quarter to take a 27-18 lead at the half and never looked back.

Lily Rothert had a game-high 15 points for Woodmore (13-8, 10-4 NBC). Wildcats coach Kyle Clair earned his 100th career victory in the home win.

Haleigh Peters had a team-high 13 points for Rossford (4-18, 1-13).

GENOA 55, LAKE 51

GENOA — Chayce McQueary had a team-high 25 points for the Comets.

Emily Edwards scored 13 for Genoa (10-12, 7-7 NBC).

Lexi Robinson had a game-high 26 points for the Flyers. Bekah Swartz scored all of her 12 points from 3-point range for Lake (16-6, 8-6).

ELMWOOD 75, FOSTORIA 45

BLOOMDALE — Maddie Schramko had a game-high 24 points for the Royals.

Zoe Shank scored 15 for Elmwood (10-12, 7-7 NBC).

Tyrianna Settles paced Fostoria (7-15, 4-10) with 12 points.

NOTRE DAME 54, CLAY 41

Bre Hampton-Bey had a game-high 16 points to lead ND past Clay in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference game.

Mariah Copeland had 12 points, Kayla Johnson scored 11, and Maelyn Kizer had 10 points for ND (19-3, 14-0 TRAC).

Sydney Hess had 13 points to lead Clay (12-9, 7-7).

WAUSEON 57, EVERGREEN 52

WAUSEON — Brianna Castellano had a game-high 22 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Indians past the Vikings in a Northwest Ohio Athletic League game.

Rylee Campbell and Alexis Suarez had 12 points each for Wauseon (3-19, 2-5 NWOAL).

Alyssa Noe finished with 11 points for Evergreen (11-9, 1-6).

DANBURY 75, MAUMEE VALLEY 63

LAKESIDE — Erin Uhinck had 25 points to lead the Lakers to the home win.

Haley Hoffman had 19 points, and Sarah Redett scored 17 for Danbury (17-5, 10-4 TAAC).

Shannon Herrmann led all scorers with 30 points for Maumee Valley (6-16, 4-10).

OAK HARBOR 64, EDISON 37

The Rockets outscored Edison 23-9 in the first quarter and protected their lead for the rest of the night.

Logan Harris had 20 points, while Sophie Eli scored 15 and Ashley Riley had 10 for Oak Harbor (19-3, 12-2).

EASTWOOD 37, OTSEGO 36

The Eagles held off a late push from the Knights to escape with the victory. Shannon Weihl had 15 points to lead Otsego, which led by 11 after one quarter.

Hannah Limes paced Otsego with 10 points.

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