TONTOGANY — Fostoria High’s boys basketball team outscored Otsego 41-12 in the middle two quarters en route to a 69-32 victory in Northern Buckeye Conference play Thursday.

Maalik Tucker had a game-high 14 points while Avondre Reed added 13 points and Bryan Stenson scored 12 for the Redmen (4-6, 2-3 NBC). Dylan Sheets also had 11 points.

Fostoria shot 56 percent (28 of 50) overall, including 8 of 17 from 3-point range.

Austin Meier’s 10 points led the Knights (4-5, 3-2).

FOSTORIA (4-6, 2-3 NBC)

Sheets 4-0–11, Reed 5-1–13, Mauricio 2-0–6, Sierra 2-0–4, Cousin 1-2–5, Stenson 6-0–12, Tucker 6-2–14, Carter-Stokes 1-0–2, Settles 1-0–2. TOTALS: 28-50 5-6–69.

OTSEGO (4-5, 3-2 NBC)

Harves 1-0–2, Kieffer 1-0–2, Downs 2-1–6, Meier 4-2–10, Gray2-0–4, Gase 4-0–8. TOTALS: 14-52 3-11–32.

Fostoria 15 17 24 13 — 69

Otsego 12 6 6 8 — 32

3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 8-17 (Sheets 3, Reed & Mauricio 2, Cousin); Otsego 1-17 (Downs 1).

rebounds: Fostoria 29; Otsego 30.

turnovers: Fostoria 20; Otsego 24.

ELMWOOD 67

LAKE 64

MILLBURY — Jonathan Duvall led 11 scorers with 19 points and eight assists and Elmwood outlasted winless Lake 67-64 on Thursday in the Northern Buckeye Conference.

Josh Childress finished with 16 points and Carter Taft had five rebounds for Elmwood (6-3, 4-1 NBC).

The Royals led led 48-40 after three quarters and withstood a 24-19 Lake run in the fourth quarter..

Tyler Saffron’s 17 points and nine rebounds from Luke Walsh led Lake (0-8, 0-4).

ELMWOOD (6-3, 4-1 NBC)

Childress 6-4–16, Duvall 4-9–19, Lentz 3-3–9, Taft 3-1–7, Abke 1-0–2, Weiss 2-0–4, Lawson 1-0–2, Tienarend 1-0–2, Plouck 1-0–2, Reynolds 0-2–2, Minich 1-0–2. TOTALS: 24-51 19-30–67.

LAKE (0-8, 0-4 NBC)

Huntermark 0-2–2, McKee 3-0–6, Pindoley 2-4–8, Saffron 7-0–17, Perry 2-0–7, Rodgers 1-5–7, Muetze 2-1–5, Walsh 3-1–7, Kuch 2-1–5. TOTALS: 22-44 17-29–64.

Elmwood 21 18 9 19 — 67

Lake 13 13 14 24 — 64

3-Point GOALS: Elmwood 2-7 (Duvall 2); Lake 3-10 (Saffron 3).

rebounds: Elmwood 21 (Taft 5); Lake 33 (Walsh 9).

turnovers: Elmwood 18; Lake 20.

junior varsity: Lake, 43-40.

TIFFN CALVERT 55

NEW RIEGEL 45

TIFFIN — Tiffin Calvert scored the last six points of the game to snuff a New Riegel rally and come away with a 55-45 win over the Blue Jackets in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division boys basketball battle.

Six players scored all of Tiffin Calvert’s points in a balanced attack by the Senecas. Hunter Hendrix led the way with 12 points, Nic Somodi (7 rebounds) had 11 and Garrett Spaun added 10 as Calvert improved to 6-3 overall and 5-0 in the league. The Senecas will host Old Fort (7-2, 5-0 SBC-RD) on Satuday with first place in the standings on the line.

Chris Acree scored 19 points, Darek Feindel (8 rebounds) added 11 and Nick Reinhart had nine points and nine rebounds for New Riegel (2-6, 1-4 SBC-RD).

NEW RIEGEL (2-6, 1-4 SBC-RD)

Noftz 1-0–2, Acree 5-2–19, B. Hohman 1-0–2, Theis 0-2–2, Reinhart 3-3–9, Feindel 5-0–11. TOTALS: 15-46 7-12–45.

TIFFIN CALVERT (5-3, 5-0 sbc-rd)

Spaun 3-4–10, Hendrix 4-4–12, Seifert 3-1–8, Schetter 2-2–6, Recker 4-0–8, Somodi 4-2–11. TOTALS: 20-50 13-17–55.

New Riegel 8 11 10 16 — 45

Tiffin Calvert 8 18 14 15 — 55

3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 5-15 (Acree 4, Feindel); Tiffin Calvert 2-7 (Seifert, Somodi).

rebounds: New Riegel 25 (Reinhart 9, Feindel 8); Tiffin Calvert 33 (Somodi 7).

turnovers: New Riegel 6, Tiffin Calvert 13.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Tiffin Calvert, 48-20.

OLD FORT 78

LAKOTA 24

KANSAS — League-leading Old Fort outscored winless Lakota 64-13 through the first three quarters and routed the Raiders 78-24 on Thursday in a Sandusky Bay Conference matchup between the River Division schools.

Eleven Old Fort players scored and three of them were in double figures. Carson Steyer led the Raiders (7-2, 5-0 SBC-RD) with 14 points, Zach Dewese added 12 and Garrett Havens tossed in 11.

A.J. Steyer filled out his stat line with seven points, eight rebounds and four assists.

Old Fort’s win sets up a Saturday showdown with Tiffin Calvert for the outright league lead. Calvert (6-3, 5-0 SBC-RD) remained tied atop the River Division standings with Thursday’s 55-45 win over New Riegel.

Jalen Cofer led Lakota (0-8, 0-5 SBC-RD) with seven points.

OLD FORT (7-2, 5-0 sbc-rd)

Ca. Steyer 5-2–14, Gr. Steyer 3-1–7, Clouse 1-0–2, A. Steyer 3-0–7, W. Miller 0-0–0, Havens 4-3–11, M. Miller 0-0–0, Smith 2-0–4, Channels 1-0–2, Salas 3-0–6, Dewese 6-0–12, Nutter 0-0–0, Barr 2-0–5, Bigelow 3-2–8. TOTALS: 43-73 8-16–78.

LAKOTA (0-8, 0-5 sbc-rd)

Franks 1-0–2, Hipsher 0-0–0, Cofer 2-2–7, Mahler 2-0–4, Goodman 1-0–2, Matz 1-0–2, Klotz 0-0–0, Reinhart 0-1–1, Travis 3-0–6, Balderson 0-0–0, Ackerman 0-0–0. TOTALS: 10-46 3-6–24.

Old Fort 16 25 23 14 — 78

Lakota 4 3 6 11 — 24

3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 4-16 (Ca. Steyer 2, A. Steyer, Barr); Lakota 1-15 (Cofer).

rebounds: Old Fort 45 (A. Steyer 8, Havens 6); Lakota 23.

turnovers: Old Fort 10, Lakota 19.

junior varsity: Old Fort, 68-34.

Girls Basketball

ARCADIA 55

VANLUE 18

ARCADIA — Arcadia outscored Vanlue by 20 in the second quarter and ran away with a 55-18 Blanchard Valley Conference win on Thursday.

The Redskins, who improved to 10-1 overall and 4-1 in the BVC, topped Vanlue 21-1 in the second quarter to cap a 35-6 first half.

Caity Cramer and Danielle Burnett led Arcadia with 12 points apiece.

Kennedy Pratt scored seven points, and led Arcadia with six rebounds and four steals.

Maliah Snook paced the Wildcats (5-5, 2-3) with eight points and seven rebounds.

Emma Biller chipped in six points.

Vanlue (5-5, 2-3 BVC)

Snook 4-0–8, Biller 2-1–6, Phillips 1-1–3, Franks 0-1–1. TOTALS: 7-31 3-13 — 18.

Arcadia (10-1, 4-1 BVC)

Cramer 5-1–12, D. Burnett 3-5–12, Watkins 3-2–8, K. Pratt 2-2–7, Peters 2-0–4, S. Burnett 1-0–3, Noel 1-0–3, Mock 1-0–3, Ward 0-2–2, R. Pratt 0-1–1. TOTALS: 18-41 12-18 — 55.

Vanlue 5 1 7 5 — 18

Arcadia 14 21 16 4 — 55

3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 1-5 (Biller 1); Arcadia 7-20 (S. Burnett, Noel, Mock, D. Burnett, Cramer, K. Pratt & Watkins 1).

rebounds: Vanlue 23 (Snook 7); Arcadia 26 (K. Pratt 6).

turnovers: Vanlue 21, Arcadia 5.

junior varsity: Arcadia, 22-6.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 52

CORY-RAWSON 24

RAWSON — Hopewell-Loudon blitzed Cory-Rawson 20-4 in the first quarter and never looked back in rolling to a 52-24 win on Thursday in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball action.

MaKayla Elmore, Hopewell-Loudon’s 6-foot-3 sophomore post, scored 26 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Chieftains (9-2, 4-1 BVC) remaind one of five teams who are a game back of unbeaten Liberty-Benton in the BVC standings.

Hope Kreais grabbed seven rebounds for H-L, which outrebounded Cory-Rawson 39-19, and Abbe Beidelschies handed out six assists.

Zoe Chisholm led Cory-Rawson (2-11, 0-5 BVC) with 12 points and six rebounds.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (9-2, 4-1 BVC)

Elmore 11-3–26, Coleman 3-0–6, Zender 2-0–5, Searles 1-0–3, Kreais 1-0–2, Beidelschies 1-0–2, Fox 0-2–2, Sadler 1-0–2, Malagon 0-2–2, Joseph 0-2–2. TOTALS: 20-56 9-12–52.

CORY-RAWSON (2-11, 0-5 BVC)

Chisholm 4-2–12, Cascaden 2-1–5, Roth 1-2–4, Vekaryasz 1-0–2, McVetta 0-1–1, Roebke 0-0–0, Peterson 0-0–0, Schultz 0-0–0, Woodruff 0-0–0. TOTALS: 8-34 6-11–24.

Hopewell-Loudon 20 10 9 13 — 52

Cory-Rawson 4 8 2 10 — 24

3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 3-16 (Elmore, Zender, Searles); Cory-Rawson 2-13 (Chisholm 2).

rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 39 (Elmore 14, Kreais 7); Cory-Rawson 19 (Chisholm 6).

turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 11, Cory-Rawson 12.

LIBERTY-BENTON 78

VAN BUREN 32

VAN BUREN — Savanah Richards made three 3-pointers, scored 29 points, dealt out nine assists and grabbed six steals and Liberty-Benton dispatched Van Buren 78-32 on Thursday in the Blanchard Valley Conference.

Abby Reynolds and Taylor Ward matched Richards with three 3-pointers and added 11 points and nine points, respectively. Sam Shardo had eight points and led the Eagles (9-0, 5-0 BVC) with four rebounds.

Liberty-Benton, which led 45-17 at halftime, hit 53.6 percent (30 of 56) of its field goal attempts, including 19 of 28 (67.8 percent) from inside the 3-point line and 11 of 28 (39 percent) of its tries from beyond the arc.

Van Buren got 10 points from Zoe Horne and five rebounds from Mackenzie Saltzman.

LIBERTY-BENTON (9-0, 5-0 BVC)

Shardo 3-1–8, Hatch 1-0–3, Ward 3-0–9, Richards 11-4–29, Elseser 2-0–4, Rhodes 3-0–6, Reynolds 3-2–11, Granger 3-0–6, Peplinski 1-0–2. TOTALS: 30-56 7-13–78.

VAN BUREN (4-7, 1-4 BVC)

Tabler 0-2–2, J. Rinehart 1-0–2, Saltzman 0-0–0, Durliat 1-2–4, Parker 1-6–8, Horne 4-0–10, Nessler 0-2–2, A. Rinehart 0-2–2, Pawlak 1-0–2. TOTALS: 8-16 14-17–32.

Liberty-Benton 19 26 19 14 — 78

Van Buren 7 10 5 10 — 32

3-Point GOALS: Liberty-Benton 11-28 (Richards, Ward & Reynolds 3, Hatch & Shardo 1); Van Buren 2-4 (Horne 2).

rebounds: Liberty-Benton 21 (Shardo 4); Van Buren 13 (Saltzman 5).

turnovers: Liberty-Benton 4; Van Buren 26.

junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 44-16.

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