Fostoria’s Avondre Reed, right, pressures Lake’s Tyler Saffran as he tries to take the ball upcourt during Thursday’s Northern Buckeye Conference boys basketball game at FHS.

Fostoria High School’s boys basketball team shot nearly 60 percent from the field and over 40 percent from 3-point range as the Redmen shot Lake out of the gym en route to a 79-48 Northern Buckeye Conference drubbing on Thursday.

Avondre Reed led Fostoria (3-2 overall, 1-1 NBC) with 18 points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Dylan Sheets scored 16 and paced the Redmen with four of their 11 triples.

Aneas Cousin (12 points, six rebounds) and Dom Settles (11) both also scored in double figures for Fostoria, while Devin Mauricio led in assists (4) and steals (3).

Joe Muetze led Lake (0-4, 0-2) with 13 points and five rebounds.

The Redmen are back in action again tonight when they hit the road for a nonconference tilt at Tiffin Columbian.

Lake (0-4, 0-2 NBC)

Muetze 4-5–13, McKee 5-0–10, Pindoley 2-2–6, Saffran 2-2–6, Perry 2-0–4, Walsh 2-0–4, Huntermark 1-0–3, Glander 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-47 9-11 — 48.

Fostoria (3-2, 1-1 NBC)

Reed 7-2–18, Sheets 6-0–16, Cousin 5-0–12, Settles 5-0–11, Sierra 4-0–8, Tucker 3-0–7, Mauricio 2-0–4, Counts 1-0–3, Ward 1-0–2. TOTALS: 34-57 2-3 — 79.

Lake 12 8 13 15 — 48

Fostoria 15 17 28 19 — 79

3-Point GOALS: Lake 1-10 (Huntermark 1); Fostoria 11-27 (Sheets 4, Cousin & Reed 2, Counts, Tucker & Settles 1).

rebounds: Lake 24 (Muetze 5); Fostoria 27 (Cousin 6).

turnovers: Lake 21, Fostoria 15.

junior varsity: Fostoria, 72-39.

ELMWOOD 55

EASTWOOD 45

PEMBERVILLE — Josh Childress, Jonathan Duvall and Mason Lentz combined for 42 points and Elmwood erupted for 21 points in the fourth quarter to beat Northern Buckeye Conference rival Eastwood 55-45 on Thursday.

Childress finished with 17 points and five rebounds, Duvall added 15 pooints, seven assists and three steals, and Lentz popped in 10 points with five rebounds to lead Elmwood (3-1, 2-0 NBC).

Isaac Badenhop’s 13 points led Eastwood (1-3, 1-1).

ELMWOOD (3-1, 2-0 NBC)

Childress 6-5–17, Duvall 4-4–15, Snow 2-2–6, Lentz 4-1–10, Abke 2-0–5, Weiss 1-0–2. TOTALS: 19-12–55.

EASTWOOD (1-3, 1-1 NBC)

Henline 3-1–9, Halko 2-0–5, Stanley 3-0–6, Peters 2-1–5, Badenhop 3-7–13, Hahn 1-3–5, Meyer 1-0–2. TOTALS: 15-12–45.

Elmwood 10 15 9 21 — 55

Eastwood 6 15 10 14 — 45

3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 5 (Duvall 3, Lentz & Abke); Eastwood 3 (Henline 2, Halko).

Girls basketball

VANLUE 34

RIVERDALE 27

VANLUE — Emma Biller led Vanlue in points, rebounds, assists and steals while carrying the Wildcats to a 34-27 Blanchard Valley Conference win over Riverdale on Thursday.

Biller, who was the game’s only player to score in double figures, poured in 14 points, outrebounded Riverdale herself — 22-21 — and led Vanlue (3-3, 1-2 BVC) with three assists and four steals. Maliah Snook scored eight.

Brooke Kuenzli paced the Falcons (4-5, 0-3) with eight points. Bry Vanden Bosch scored seven and led with seven rebounds.

Riverdale (4-5, 0-3 BVC)

Kuenzli 2-2–8, Vanden Bosch 3-1–7, Searfoss 2-1–5, Breidenbach 1-0–3, Rothlisberger 0-2–2, Ashburn 1-0–2. TOTALS: 10-50 8-10 — 27.

Vanlue (3-3, 1-2 BVC)

Biller 5-4–14, Snook 4-0–8, Phillips 1-2–4, Franks 1-1–3, Smith 1-0–3, Price 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-55 7-11 — 34.

Riverdale 3 4 5 15 — 27

Vanlue 7 6 10 11 — 34

3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 1-16 (Breidenbach 1); Vanlue 1-10 (Smith 1).

rebounds: Riverdale 21 (Vanden Bosch 7); Vanlue 42 (Biller 22).

turnovers: Riverdale 17, Vanlue 26.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 46

McCOMB 37

McCOMB — MaKayla Elmore struggled from the field, but she was efficient from the foul line in stuffing the stat sheet with a gaudy double-double and leading Hopewell-Loudon to a 46-37 win over McComb in Thursday’s Blanchard Valley Conference game.

Elmore, who shot 6 of 21 from the field, knocked down 11 of her 13 free throws en route to a game-high 24 points for the Chieftains (7-1, 3-0 BVC). The sophomore post added 18 rebounds, including six offensive, while leading with five steals three blocks.

Makenzie Coleman chipped in 13 points, seven rebounds and a trio of assists as the secondary option for H-L.

Olivia Miehls paced the Panthers (2-3, 0-3) with 14 points and six boards. Malorie Schroeder scored 11 and matched Miehls’ six rebounds.

Hopewell-Loudon (7-1, 3-0 BVC)

Elmore 6-11–24, Coleman 5-3–13, Zender 2-0–6, Welly 1-0–2, Kreais 0-1–1. TOTALS: 14-51 15-20 — 46.

McComb (2-3, 0-3 BVC)

Miehls 6-1–14, M. Schroeder 5-0″”11, Herr 1-2–4, H. Schroeder 2-0–4, Grubb 1-0–2, Shoop 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-59 3-8 — 37.

Hopewell-Loudon 15 9 7 15 — 46

McComb 13 4 10 10 — 37

3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 3-14 (Zender 2, Elmore 1); McComb 2-13 (Miehls & M. Schroeder 1).

rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 40 (Elmore 18); McComb 31 (Herr 8).

turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 20, McComb 15.

VAN BUREN 38

CORY-RAWSON 31

RAWSON — Zoe Horne popped in 10 points as the lone Van Buren player to score in double figures in leading the Black Knights to their first Blanchard Valey Conference win with a 38-31 decision over Cory-Rawson.

Mady Parker followed Horne by scoring nine points for Van Buren (3-4, 1-2 BVC). Mackenzie Saltzman led with nine rebounds and Breanna Tabler tallied four steals.

The Hornets, who dropped to 1-8 overall and 0-3 in the BVC, were led by Zoe Chisholm’s 10 points. She also led in assists (2), steals (4) and blocks (2).

Van Buren (3-4, 1-2 BVC)

Horne 4-1–10, Parker 2-5–9, DeWalt 3-0–6, Durliat 2-0–4, J. Rinehart 1-1–4, Saltzman 0-3–3, Tabler 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-48 10-17 — 38.

Cory-Rawson (1-8, 0-3 BVC)

Chisholm 2-5–10, Roth 2-1–6, Cascaden 1-3–5, McVetta 1-2–4, Vekaryasz 2-0–4, Schultz 0-2–2. TOTALS: 8-42 13-18 — 31.

Van Buren 5 10 10 13 — 38

Cory-Rawson 5 7 5 14 — 31

3-Point GOALS: Van Buren 2-14 (J. Rinehart & Horne 1); Cory-Rawson 2 (Chisholm & Roth 1).

rebounds: Van Buren 34 (Saltzman 9); Cory-Rawson 27 (McVetta 10).

turnovers: Van Buren 20, Cory-Rawson 20.

junior varsity: Van Buren, 22-11.

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