DOUG LEAR / for The Review Times FOSTORIA'S MEREDITH GRINE, left, gets to the basket ahead of Elmwood's Maddie Schramko during Thursday's Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball game. Elmwood earned a share of the NBC crown with a 60-29 win.
Fostoria High’s Meredith Grine, left, gets to the basket ahead of Elmwood’s Maddie Schramko during Thursday’s Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball game. Elmwood earned a share of the NBC crown with a 60-29 win. (Photo by Doug Lear.)

BLOOMDALE — Jill Hannah poured in a game-high 24 points on five 3-pointers and Maddie Schramko grabbed 11 rebounds as Elmwood beat Fostoria 60-29 on Thursday to finish the regular season in what could be a three-way tie for the Northern Buckeye Conference championship.

The Royals (17-5, 10-4 NBC) finished tied for the league lead with Eastwood (16-5, 10-4). Lake (16-5, 9-4) ends its regular season Saturday against Fostoria (6-15, 2-11).

Brooklyn Thrash had 12 points and seven rebounds for Elmwood.

Naija Miller’s eight points led Fostoria, which was held to nine points or less in every quarter.

FOSTORIA (2-11, 6-15 NBC)

Weimerskirch 0-2–2, Grine 1-0–3, Miller 3-0–8, Harris 1-0–3, Settles 3-1–7, Smith 1-0–2, Dessausure 1-0–2, Groves 0-2–2. TOTALS: 10 5-9–29.

ELMWOOD (17-5, 10-4 NBC)

Mi. Reinhard 1-0–2, Zimmerman 1-0–2, Hannah 9-1–24, Hall 3-0–6, Mo. Reinhard 2-0–4, Thrash 5-2–12, Schramko 3-0–6, Bingham 1-0–2, Pennington 1-0–2. TOTALS: 26-58 3-8–60.

Fostoria 8 7 5 9 — 29

Elmwood 9 5 32 14 — 60

3-Point GOALS: Fostoria 4 (Miller 2, Grine & Harris 1); Elmwood 5 (Hannah 5).

junior varsity: Elmwood, 48-36.

ARLINGTON 60

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 42

ARLINGTON — Arlington had three players score in double figures and combine to shoot 68 percent from floor as the Red Devils trounced Hopewell-Loudon 60-42 in Thursday’s Blanchard Valley Conference game.

Jenna Pepple paced Arlington (17-4, 10-1 BVC) with 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting. Sarah Solt (13 points) and Hannah Willow (10) each shot 5 of 7 from the floor.

Mackenzie Coleman’s 20 points led the Chieftains (17-5, 7-4). MaKayla Elmore scored six with eight rebounds.

Hopewell-Loudon (17-5, 7-4 BVC)

Coleman 7-6–20, Zender 2-3–8, Elmore 1-4–6, Beidelschies 1-2–4, Kreais 1-0–2, Fox 0-2–2. TOTALS: 12-37 17-22–42.

Arlington (17-4, 10-1 BVC)

Pepple 7-0–16, Solt 5-1–13, Willow 5-0–10, Smith 3-3–9, Sheets 2-0–5, Crawford 2-0–4, Dodds 1-0–3. TOTALS: 25-42 4-7–60.

Hopewell-Loudon 13 12 9 8 — 42

Arlington 15 18 16 11 — 60

3-Point GOALS: Hopewell-Loudon 1-9 (Zender); Arlington 6-11 (Pepple & Solt 2, Sheets & Dodds).

rebounds: Hopewell-Loudon 24 (Elmore 8); Arlington 15 (Smith 4).

turnovers: Hopewell-Loudon 9, Arlington 4.

McCOMB 37

ARCADIA 31

ARCADIA — Malorie Schroeder’s game-high 15 points led McComb to a 37-31 win over Arcadia in Thursday’s Blanchard Valley Conference finale.

Schroeder added eight rebounds, while Alyssa Herr also approached double-double territory with nine points and a game-high 11 rebounds for the Panthers (16-6, 6-5 BVC).

Arcadia’s night started a bit differently. Following McComb winning the opening tip and scoring, a designed play was initiated for the Redskins.

Reagan Pratt took the inbounds pass and tossed it to her sister Kennedy Pratt — who suffered a season-ending injury earlier in the season — under the basket for her final two prep points in front of a home crowd. Kennedy, who has more than 1,000 career points, is committed to Hillsdale.

Samantha Pratt led Arcadia (17-5, 7-4) with seven points and Reagan Pratt scored six with three assists.

McComb (16-6, 6-5 BVC)

M. Schroeder 6-1–15, Herr 4-1–9, Miehls 2-1–6, H. Schroeder 0-4–4, Grubb 1-0–3. TOTALS: 13-46 7-10 — 37.

Arcadia (17-5, 7-4 BVC)

S. Pratt 2-1–7, R. Pratt 2-2–6, Ward 2-0–4, S. Burnett 2-0–4, Cramer 1-0–3, D. Burnett 1-1–3, Peters 1-0–2, K. Pratt 1-0–2. TOTALS: 13-56 3-6 — 31.

McComb 12 9 11 5 — 37

Arcadia 8 7 1 15 — 31

3-Point GOALS: McComb 4-17 (M. Schroeder 2, Miehls & Grubb 1); Arcadia 2-24 (S. Pratt & Cramer 1).

rebounds: McComb 35 (Herr 11); Arcadia 27 (Watkins & Mock 6).

turnovers: McComb 13, Arcadia 8.

junior varsity: Arcadia, 29-11.

NORTH BALTIMORE 48

VANLUE 42

NORTH BALTIMORE — Alivia Light led North Baltimore in four categories and Vanlue missed 18 free throws as the Tigers claimed a 48-42 Blanchard Valley Conference win on Thursday.

Light notched a 24-point, 10-rebound double-double and also led the Tigers (13-8, 7-4 BVC) with six assists and six steals. Mia McCartney added seven points and Grace Hagemyer snagged seven boards.

Emma Franks paced the Wildcats (9-12, 4-8) with 15 points. Emma Biller scored 12.

Vanlue (9-12, 4-8 BVC)

Franks 4-7–15, Biller 4-4–12, Snook 3-1–7, Smith 2-0–6, King 1-0–2. TOTALS: 14-39 12-30 — 42.

North Baltimore (13-8, 7-4 BVC)

Light 9-3–24, McCartney 2-2–7, Lee 1-1–4, Hagemyer 1-2–4, Kepling 1-0–3, Baker 1-0–2, Watson 0-2–2, Thompson 1-0–2. TOTALS: 16-50 10-17 — 48.

Vanlue 5 10 15 12 — 42

North Baltimore 14 16 6 12 — 48

3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 2-3 (Smith 2); North Baltimore 6-23 (Light 3, Lee, Kepling & McCartney 1).

rebounds: Vanlue 33; North Baltimore 32 (Light 10).

turnovers: Vanlue 19, North Baltimore 17.

VAN BUREN 60

RIVERDALE 28

VAN BUREN — Mady Parker was one of three Van Buren players to score at least 10 points and helped lead the Black Knights to a 60-28 drubbing of Riverdale in Thursday’s Blanchard Valley Conference game.

Parker also led the Knights (8-14, 4-7 BVC) with four steals, while Agnes Durliat scored 11 and Audrey Nessler chipped in 10. Mackenzie Saltzman led all players with nine rebounds.

Brooke Kuenzli and Alex Rothlisberger scored six points apiece to lead the Falcons (7-15, 2-9), who made just four field goals.

Riverdale (7-15, 2-9 BVC)

Kuenzli 0-6–6, Rothlisberger 2-1–6, Rodriguez 0-5–5, Searfoss 1-0–3, Vent 0-3–3, Vanden Bosch 0-3–3, Ashburn 1-0–2. TOTALS: 4 18 — 28.

Van BUren (8-14, 4-7 BVC)

Parker 5-2–12, Durliat 5-1–11, Nessler 5-0–10, Tabler 1-4–6, J. Rinehart 2-1–6, A. Rinehart 3-0–6, Reineke 2-1–5, Horne 1-0–2, Saltzman 1-0–2. TOTALS: 25-47 9-13 — 60.

Riverdale 5 13 6 4 — 28

Van Buren 10 18 20 12 — 60

3-Point GOALS: Riverdale 2 (Searfoss & Rothlisberger 1); Van Buren 1-4 (Rinehart 1).

rebounds: Riverdale 14; Van Buren 29 (Saltzman 9).

turnovers: Riverdale 20, Van Buren 19.

junior varsity: Van Buren, 22-17.

NEW RIEGEL 40

FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 35

NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel’s Aubrey Bouillon scored 26 points Thursday to lead the Blue Jackets past Fremont St. Joseph 40-35 in a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls game.

Bouillon hit four 3-pointers and had four steals for New Riegel (9-12, 8-6 SBC River). Brooklyn Gillig scored seven points with eight assists, and Kristin Coleman grabbed a game-high eight rebounds.

Emily Militello scored 13 points to lead Fremont St. Joseph (5-17, 3-11 SBC River). Kimmie Burns had six rebounds.

Fremont St. Joseph (5-17, 3-11 SBC)

Burns 5-0–11, Militello 4-2–13, Riehl 1-0–2, Wright 2-4–8, Ysasi 0-1–1. TOTALS: 12-31 7-13 — 35.

New Riegel (9-12, 8-6 SBC River)

Bouillon 8-6–26, Gillig 2-2–7, Hohman 1-1–3, Coleman 0-2–2, Lininger 1-0–2. TOTALS: 12-35 11-17 — 40.

Fremont St. Joseph 8 12 6 9 — 35

New Riegel 7 10 14 9 — 40

3-Point GOALS: Fremont St. Joseph 4-11 (Militello 3, Burns); New Riegel 5-15 (Bouillon 4, Gillig).

rebounds: Fremont St Joseph 21 (Burns 6); New Riegel 20 (Coleman 8).

turnovers: Fremont St. Joseph 20; New Riegel 15.

junior varsity: New Riegel, 37-10.

LAKOTA 41

GIBSONBURG 31

KANSAS — Lakota’s Samantha Wallace scored 11 points to help the Raiders knock off Gibsonburg 41-31 in Thursday’s Sandusky Bay Conference River Division girls basketball game.

Alexa Gabel and Aliza Dauterman both chipped in eight points as Lakota finished the regular season at 12-10 overall and 7-7 in the SBC River.

Katie Hovis and Emily Roberts both netted 10 points for Gibsonburg (6-16, 3-11).

GIBSONBURG (6-16, 3-11 SBC RIVER)

Roberts 5-0–10, Busdeker 0-0–0, McNett 1-0–2, Simmons 1-0–3, Hovis 5-0–10, Krotzer 3-0–6, Bruns 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15 0-2–31.

LAKOTA (12-10, 7-7 SBC RIVER)

Klotz 0-0–0, Herr 0-0–0, McDole 0-0–0, Shank 1-0–2, Wallace 5-0–11, Yonikus 0-0–0, Duvall 0-0–0, Gabel 4-0–8, Palos 2-0–5, Dauterman 3-2–8, King 3-0–7. TOTALS: 18 2-3–41.

Gibsonburg 6 8 8 9 — 31

Lakota 13 8 9 11 — 41

3-Point GOALS: Lakota 3 (King, Palos & Wallace); Gibsonburg 1 (Simmons).

SANDUSKY ST. MARY’S 36

OLD FORT 35

SANDUSKY — Win and earn and share of the Sandusky Bay River Division title that was the situation Sandusky St. Mary’s was in Thursday night.

And the Panthers did just that by edging Old Fort 36-35 at home.

With the win, St. Mary’s and Old Fort shared the crown with 12-2 league records. The Panthers improved to 16-5 with the win, while the Stockaders fell to 16-6.

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