AYERSVILLE — A 14-3 advantage in the third quarter was enough for Ayersville to survive against Paulding in a 38-37 home victory on Saturday.

Trevor Okuley put in 10 points for the Pilots (5-7), which led 38-30 with just over a minute remaining before the Panthers’ final charge, which included a missed 3-pointer at the buzzer that could have won it.

Hunter Kauser hit three longballs and led all scorers with 14 points for Paulding (3-9).

PAULDING (37) — Adams 0; C. Manz 0; Sarver 0; Edwards 3; Kauser 14; Dysinger 4; Pease 0; Schroeder 0; Price 2; N. Manz 6; Beckman 8. Totals 13-6-37.

AYERSVILLE (38) — Trevino 2; Calhoun 2; J. Eiden 3; Amoroso 5; L. Schlachter 5; McGuire 3; Okuley 10; Brown 4; Clark 4. Totals 16-4-38.

Three-point goals: Paulding — Kauser 3, N. Manz 2. Ayersville — J. Eiden, Amoroso.

Paulding 10 11 3 13 — 37

Ayersville 7 10 14 7 — 38

Tinora 48, Stryker 41

STRYKER — Three Rams hit double figures as Tinora picked up a 48-41 road win over Stryker.

Nolan Schafer led the charge for Tinora (8-7) with 17 points, including three longballs, while Evan Willitzer and Marcus Grube added 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Spencer Clingaman hit three treys and paced Stryker (2-11) with 13 points while Kaleb Holsopple added 10.

TINORA (48) — Mar. Grube 12; Willitzer 13; Max Grube 4; Schafer 17; Cramer 0; Wolfrum 0. Totals 14-12-48.

STRYKER (41) — Huffman 0; Bowers 2; Treace 0; Holsopple 10; Weirauch 0; Ramon 8; Harris 2; Clingaman 13; Barnum 4; Sloan 2. Totals 16-3-41.

Three-point goals: Tinora — Schafer 3, Willitzer, Grube. Stryker — Clingaman 3, Ramon, Holsopple.

Tinora 11 8 13 16 — 48

Stryker 11 9 8 13 — 41

Antwerp 72, Lincolnview 44

ANTWERP — State-ranked Antwerp used a 32-17 advantage on the boards to help rout Lincolnview 72-44 and stay unbeaten on the season.

Jagger Landers led the Archers (No. 16 D-IV, 13-0) with 17 points and a game high nine rebounds. Blake Schuette netted 15 points while Jayvin Landers added 11 tallies and Luke Krouse scored 10.

LINCOLNVIEW (44) - Jessee 12; Price 10; C. Overholt 8; Leeth 5; Richardson 3; McMaster 3; Hatfield 2; Bowersock 1; Cavinder 0; J. Overholt 0. Totals 16-52 3-5 44.

ANTWERP (72) - Jag. Landers 17; Schuette 15; Jay. Landers 11; Krouse 10; Lichty 8; Savina 7; Sheedy 2; Sproles 2; Eaken 0; Hines 0; Grant 0. Totals 29-47 6-9 72.

Three-point goals: Lincolnview 9-21 (Price 2, C. Overholt 2, Jessee 2, Richardson, Leeth, McMaster), Antwerp 8-16 (Jay. Landers 3, Jag. Landers 2, Lichty 2, Savina). Rebounds: Lincolnview 17, Antwerp 32 (Jag. Landers 9). Turnovers: Lincolnview 12, Antwerp 12.

Lincolnview 5 8 14 17 — 44

Antwerp 12 26 20 14 — 72

Reserves: Lincolnview, 38-28.

Edgerton 45, Montpelier 34

MONTPELIER — Edgerton outscored Montpelier 16-6 in the fourth quarter to pull away and claim a 45-34 win over the Locos.

Arryn Pahl’s 11 points were tops for the Bulldogs (7-6), which led by just one entering the final period.

Garrett Walz hit three treys and finished with a game-high 18 points for the Locos (4-9).

EDGERTON (45) — Blue 4; Cape 5; Pahl 11; Ripke 8; Landel 3; Gary 3; Wolfe 2; Showalter 9. Totals 15-14-45.

MONTPELIER (34) - Walz 18; T. Yahraus 5; Beck 0; Jay 5; McCord 4; Altaffer 0; Peffley 2; C. Yahraus 0. Totals 12-6-34.

Three-point goals: Edgerton — Cape. Montpelier — Walz 3, Jay. Turnovers: Edgerton 9, Montpelier 8.

Edgerton 10 12 7 16 — 45

Montpelier 6 8 14 6 — 34

Wayne Trace 72, Fort Jennings 43

FORT JENNINGS — Wayne Trace forced 21 Fort Jennings turnovers and claimed its fifth win in six tries with a 72-43 rout of the Musketeers.

Cameron Sinn hit four treys and paced three players in double figures with 16 points for the Raiders (10-4) while Reid Miller and Nate Gerber each added 13.

Zach Schulte netted 12 for Fort Jennings (1-13) while Evan Hoersten had 10.

WAYNE TRACE (72) — T. Sinn 8; C. Sinn 16; Miller 13; Speice 3; Gerber 13; C. Crosby 5; Vining 2; McCluer 0; Graham 0; Reinhart 8; N. Crosby 4. Totals 29-58 6-8 72

FORT JENNINGS (43) — Trentman 2; Kazee 5; Wittler 0; Horstman 5; Hoersten 10; Liebrecht 4; Grote 5; Schulte 12; Suever 0. Totals 16-41 6-10 43.

Three-point goals: Wayne Trace 8-22 (C. Sinn 4, T. Sinn 2, Miller, Gerber), Fort Jennings 5-17 (Schulte 3, Kazee, Horstman). Rebounds: Wayne Trace 23 (Reinhart 6), Fort Jennings 32 (Hoersten 9). Turnovers: Wayne Trace 6, Fort Jennings 21.

Wayne Trace 17 16 22 17 — 72

Fort Jennings 14 11 10 8 — 43

Reserves: Wayne Trace, 61-20.

Wauseon 71, Sylvania Northview 62

SYLVANIA — After Sylvania Northview forced overtime, Wauseon cracked down with a 13-2 advantage in the extra period to defeat the Wildcats, 71-62.

Jonas Tester had six points in OT and a team-high 24 overall for the Indians (10-4) while Sean Brock racked up 19 and Noah Tester and Connar Penrod each netted 13.

WAUSEON (71) - J. Tester 24; Britsch 0; N. Tester 13; Penrod 13; Brock 19; Wilson 2. Totals 27-15-71.

NORTHVIEW (62) — Sharp 3; Webster 2; Hartnett 20; Summers 2; Kopan 7; DeWood 0; Noe 0; Bostater 0; Maturzewski 2; Craig 27. Totals 20-15-62.

Three-point goals: Wauseon — J. Tester, N. Tester. Northview — Hartnett 4, Sharp, Kopan, Craig. Turnovers: Wauseon 10, Northview 12.

Wauseon 13 18 13 14 13 — 71

Northview 13 10 16 19 4 — 62

Leipsic 58, Patrick Henry 33

LEIPSIC — Leipsic held Patrick Henry to nine points over the second and third quarters combined, rolling past the Patriots, 58-33.

Drew Liffick tallied 20 points, four boards and four steals in the win for the Vikings (7-5) while Layke Crossland’s seven points were tops for PH (1-11).

PATRICK HENRY (33) — Crossland 7; Holloway 5; Schulze 5; Rosengarten 4; Jackson 4; Almanza 3; Seemann 2; DeLuca 2; Seedorf 0. Totals 14-41 4-9 33

LEIPSIC (58) — Liffick 20; Brandt 9; Pena 8; Niese 7; Walther 4; T. Schroeder 3; Sickmiller 3; E. Schroeder 2; Siefker 2. Totals 21-51 12-17 58.

Three-point goals: Patrick Henry 1-7 (Schulze), Leipsic 4-15 (Liffick 2, Brandt 2). Rebounds: Patrick Henry 15 (Almanza 5), Leipsic 23 (Walther 6). Turnovers: Patrick Henry 26, Leipsic 15.

Patrick Henry 11 7 2 13 — 33

Leipsic 11 13 15 19 — 58

Liberty Center 53, Otsego 30

LIBERTY CENTER — Liberty Center outscored Otsego in every quarter to take a 53-30 home win.

Carter Burdue led the Tigers (8-5) with 15 points, while Trent Murdock netted 14 points and Aaron Shafer bucketed 10.

Noah Keifer paced the Black Knights (5-7) with 21 points.

OTSEGO (30) — Gonzales 2; N. Dzierwa 3; R. Gray 0; Roehl 0; Harves 0; Corpus 2; Keifer 21; Kosinski 0; J. Dzierwa 2; B. Gray 0. Totals 12-6-30.

LIBERTY CENTER (53) — Shafer 10; Collins 0; Keller 2; Burdue 15; Miles 0; Righi 0; Leatherman 0; Krugh 4; Estelle 0; Conrad 8; Phillips 0; Hogrefe 0; Murdock 14; Orr 0. Totals 24-2-53.

Three-point goals: Liberty Center — Shafer, Burdue, Krugh.

Otsego 4 10 7 9 — 30

Liberty Center 10 14 14 15 — 53

Ottawa-Glandorf 63, Lima Senior 61

OTTAWA — In a sold-out marquee matchup of state-ranked squads, Ottawa-Glandorf got the better of Lima Senior to stay unbeaten on the season with a 63-61 win.

Ben Westrick racked up 27 points and 11 rebounds for the Titans (12-0, No. 3 D-III) while Owen Nichols chipped in 14.

Josiah Fulcher and Jamir Simpson each netted 16 points in the loss for Lima Senior (11-2, No. 8 D-I), which shot just 7-of-22 from long range.

LIMA SENIOR (61) — Clair 3; Luster 6; Fulcher 16; Wheeler 7; Mack 2; Simpson 16; Rawlins 1; Daniels 9; Miles 1. Totals 22-56 10-17 61.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (63) — Beach 1; Schomaeker 6; Blevins 8; Dean 0; Alt 5; Kuhlman 0; Kaufman 2; Nichols 14; Wesrick 27; Maag 0; Rieman 0. Totals 22-42 14-25 63.

Three-point goals: Lima Senior 7-22 (Daniels 3, Fulcher 2, Clair, Simpson), Ottawa-Glandorf 5-11 (Schomaeker 2, Blevins 2, Westrick). Rebounds: Lima Senior 25, Ottawa-Glandorf 32 (Alt, Westrick 11). Turnovers: Lima Senior 12, Ottawa-Glandorf 16.

Lima Senior 18 20 6 17 — 61

Ottawa-Glandorf 24 8 16 15 — 63

Reserves: Lima Senior, 48-46.

Columbus Grove 36, Kalida 23

KALIDA — State-ranked Columbus Grove remained undefeated on the season following a low scoring 36-23 victory over Putnam County League foe Kalida.

Tayt Birnesser and Evan Hopkins both scored 11 points apiece to help push Columbus Grove (No. 6 D-IV, 12-0, 4-0 PCL) to the win.

Luke Erhart had a team high nine markers in the loss for Kalida (7-6, 1-2 PCL).

COLUMBUS GROVE (36) - Birnesser 11; Hopkins 11; Reynolds 7; Halker 4; Clement 3; Smith 0; Schroeder 0. Totals 15-4-36.

KALIDA (23) - Erhart 9; Roebke 6; Von der Embse 4; Warnecke 2; Hovest 2; Miller 0; Horstman 0. Totals 9-4-23.

Three-point goals: Columbus Grove — Birnesser, Hopkins. Kalida — Erhart. Turnovers: Columbus Grove 9, Kalida 10.

Columbus Grove 9 14 6 7 — 36

Kalida 10 4 7 2 — 23

Ottoville 40, St. Henry 29

ST. HENRY — Ottoville outscored St. Henry 27-13 over the final three quarters to claim a 40-29 win.

Joshua Thorbahn had 15 points and 11 rebounds for Ottoville (11-3), winners of six consecutive contests.

OTTOVILLE (40) — J. Miller 5; Schlagbaum 0; Manns 3; Suever 2; Kortokrax 2; W. Miller 6; Thorbahn 15; Fisher 7; Langhals 0. Totals 14-7-40.

ST. HENRY (29) — Bertke 0; Heitkamp 0; Gels 2; Bruening 3; Lange 0; Evers 10; Link 5; Heath 7; Ontrop 1; Lefeld 1. Totals 9-7-29.

Three-point goals: Ottoville — Thorbahn 2, J. Miller, Manns, W. Miller . st. Henry — Lange 2, Bruening, Link. Rebounds: Ottoville 30 (Thorbahn 11), St. Henry 13 (Evers 4).

Ottoville 13 9 9 9 — 40

St. Henry 16 1 5 7 — 29

Crestview 46, Pandora-Gilboa 26

PANDORA — Crestview used a 14-2 advantage in the second quarter to pull away to a 46-26 win over Pandora-Gilboa.

Ohio State commit Kalen Etzler paced Crestview (5-9) with 22 points and Carson Kreischer added 10.

Walter Macke had 10 points for Pandora-Gilboa (6-6).

CRESTVIEW (46) — K. Etzler 22; Short 5; Brecht 6; Kreischer 10; Ward 3. Totals 16-12-46.

PANDORA-GILBOA (26) — Macke 10; Krohn 3; Miller 8; Huffman 1; Biery 4. Totals 9-5-26.

Three-point goals: Crestview — K. Etzler 2. Pandora-Gilboa — Macke 2, Krohn.

Crestview 11 14 8 13 — 46

Pandora-Gilboa 10 2 9 5 — 26

Miller City 80,

Lima Temple Christian 40

LIMA — Miller City made 34 shots as a team and had three players in double figures as the Wildcats doubled up Lima Temple Christian 80-40.

Jacob Koenig led the offensive showcase for Miller City (9-5) with 20 points. Nick Gable scored 17 points and Ross Niese added 12 tallies in the winning effort.

MILLER CITY (80) - Koenig 20; Gable 17; Niese 12; Ruhe 8; Weis 7; Michael 7; Hermiller 4; Fillinger 4. Totals 34-7-80.

TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (40) - Patrick 24; Callahan 7; Huffaker 4; Draper 3; Watkins 2. Totals 15-7-40.

Three-point goals: Miller City — Niese 3, Weis 2. Temple Christian — Callahan 2, Draper.

Miller City 19 14 25 22 — 80

Temple Christian 12 4 13 11 — 40

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