PAULDING — Ike Eiden’s 3-pointer with 55 seconds to go put Ayersville up 44-43 and the Pilots held off Paulding down the stretch to nab a 48-43 win at “The Jungle” on Saturday.

Jakob Trevino led a trio of players in double figures with 13 points and seven rebounds for the Pilots (7-4). Kallen Brown added 12 markers while Ryan Clark had 10 points and seven boards.

Blake McGarvey’s 11 points paced Paulding (6-6), which was out-rebounded 35-20 in the team’s first home loss of the year.

AYERSVILLE (48) — Trevino 13; Brown 12; Clark 10; I. Eiden 9; Schlachter 4; B. Eiden 0; McGuire 0; Amoroso 0; Cook 0. Totals 19-44 6-10 48.

PAULDING (43) — McGarvey 11; Pease 9; Bauer 8; Beckman 7; Manz 5; Kauser 3; Adams 0; Gorrell 0; Kuckuck 0. Totals 14-44 12-15 43.

Three-point goals: Ayersville 4-12 (Trevino 3, I. Eiden), Paulding 3-16 (Pease, Beckman, Kauser). Rebounds: Ayersville 35 (Trevino, Clark 7), Paulding 20 (McGarvey, Beckman, Kauser 4). Turnovers: Ayersville 8, Paulding 4.

Ayersville 9 17 9 13 — 48

Paulding 13 8 10 12 — 43

Tinora 45, Stryker 34

Tinora got back to winning ways, outscoring Stryker 15-5 in the fourth quarter to secure a 45-34 home victory.

Marcus Grube hit four treys and finished with 19 points to pace the Rams (3-6), which were 8-of-11 in the fourth quarter at the free throw line.

Kaleb Holsopple and Spencer Clingaman netted nine points apiece for the Panthers (4-5).

STRYKER (34) — Bowers 6; Holsopple 9; Treace 0; Cadwell 0; Ramon 3; Ruffer 0; Cioffi 0; Harris 4; Clingaman 9; Juillard 0; Barnum 3; Sloan 0. Totals 13-2-34.

TINORA (45) — Mar. Grube 19; Miles 0; Schafer 6; Eckert 2; Rinkel 4; Harris 7; Bohn 0; Wiemken 0; Bailey 3; Wolfrum 4. Totals 14-12-45.

Three-point goals: Stryker — Clingaman 3, Holsopple 2, Ramon. Tinora — Mar. Grube 4, Harris. Rebounds: Tinora 22, Stryker 17. Turnovers: Stryker 9, Tinora 9.

Stryker 16 5 8 5 — 34

Tinora 13 10 7 15 — 45

Reserves: Tinora, 36-9.

Hicksville 57, N. Central 29

PIONEER — Hicksville’s Landon Turnbull racked up a triple-double as the Aces overpowered North Central, 57-29.

Turnbull tallied 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in the victory for Hicksville (5-6). Jackson Bergman put up 15 points and eight boards.

Joey Burt and Zach Hayes scored 12 and 10 points, respectively, to lead North Central (2-6).

HICKSVILLE (57) — Klima 0; Myers 3; Balser 9; Bergman 15; Thornburg 0; Baird 4; Slatttery 2; Turnbull 24; Hootman 0. Totals 23-49 6-12 57.

NORTH CENTRAL (29) — J. Burt 12; Hayes 10; Patten 4; Myers 3; Q. Bert 0; Justice 0; Beard 0. Totals 13-44 2-6 29.

Three-point goals: Hicksville 5-11 (Balser 3, Myers, Turnbull), North Central 1-17 (J. Burt). Rebounds: Hicksville 34 (Turnbull 10), North Central 28. Turnovers: Hicksville 7, North Central 14.

Hicksville 13 15 22 7 — 57

North Central 7 5 10 7 — 29

Reserves: Hicksville, 33-21.

Antwerp 52, Lincolnview 47

MIDDLE POINT — After suffering their first loss of the season Friday against Wayne Trace, No. 1 Antwerp bounced back in impressive fashion with a 52-47 road win over D-IV No. 12 Lincolnview.

Jagger Landers paced the Archers (10-1) with 24 points and seven rebounds in the win while Landon Brewer chipped in nine.

Jake Bowersock’s 12 points paced the Lancers (8-2).

ANTWERP (52) - Lichty 2; Recker 0; Landers 24; Krouse 2; McMichael 0; Sheedy 7; Sproles 8; Brewer 9. Totals 20-51 8-16 52.

LINCOLNVIEW (47) — Richardson 0; Leeth 3; Cavinder 7; Overholt 10; Price 2; Hatfield 2; Bowersock 12; Jessee 11. Totals 19-45 5-7 47.

Three-point goals: Antwerp 4-18 (Brewer 2, Sheedy, Landers), Lincolnview 4-17 (Jessee 3, Cavinder). Rebounds: Antwerp 31 (Landers 7), Lincolnview 23. Turnovers: Antwerp 9, Lincolnview 14.

Antwerp 11 14 16 11 — 52

Lincolnview 13 15 12 7 — 47

Reserves: Lincolnview, 43-39.

Wayne Trace 69,

Fort Jennings 63

HAVILAND — Wayne Trace avoided a letdown following its win over No. 1 Antwerp, holding off a fourth-quarter rally by Fort Jennings to win, 69-63.

Trevor Sinn and Grayson McClure hit three longballs each and both scored 15 points in the win for the Raiders (10-3), which drained 14 3-pointers as a team. Brooks Laukhuf added three triples and 14 markers.

Evan Hoersten’s 21 points paced the Musketeers (3-6), which outscored Wayne Trace 22-8 in the fourth quarter. Zach Schulte hit five treys and scored 19 points and Jon Grote added 14.

FORT JENNINGS (63) — Trentman 6; Horstman 3; Hoersten 21; Liebrecht 0; Schulte 19; Grote 14. Totals 22-43 9-12 63.

WAYNE TRACE (69) — T. Sinn 15; C. Sinn 7; Speice 6; Laukhuf 14; Williamson 3; McClure 15; Graham 9; Stoller 0; Munger 0. Totals 22-39 11-19 69.

Three-point goals: Fort Jennings 10-21 (Schulte 5, Trentman 2, Hoersten 2, Horstman), Wayne Trace 14-27 (T. Sinn 3, Laukhuf 3, McClure 3, C. Sinn 2, Speice 2, Williamson). Rebounds: Fort Jennings 23 (Hoersten, Grote 5), Wayne Trace 19 (Speice 6). Turnovers: Fort Jennings 16, Wayne Trace 12.

Fort Jennings 11 14 16 22 — 63

Wayne Trace 12 21 28 8 — 69

Reserves: Wayne Trace, 36-19.

Edgerton 52, Montpelier 36

EDGERTON — Edgerton held Montpelier to 15 second-half points as the Bulldogs nabbed a 52-36 win.

Noah Landel had 14 points to top the scorecard for the Bulldogs (4-4) while Corey Everetts and Craig Blue netted 10 points apiece.

Garrett Walz scored a dozen points to lead the Locos (6-3) and Tylor Yahraus chipped in 11.

MONTPELIER (36) — Walz 12; Yahraus 11; Eitneiar 4; Mattern 0; Stratton 4; Kreischer 0; Bowman 0; Altaffer 5; Grime 0. Totals 13-10-36.

EDGERTON (52) — Meyer 4; Everetts 10; Wilson 2; Hicks 2; Ripke 3; Landel 14; Hake 0; Wolfe 7; Q. Blue 0; C. Blue 10; Swank 0; Weaver 0; Timbrook 0. Totals 16-18-52..

Three-point goals: Montpelier — none. Edgerton — Meyer, Wolfe.

Montpelier 6 15 7 8 — 36

Edgerton 12 12 16 12 — 52

Reserves: Edgerton, 28-25.

Fayette 55, Holgate 35

FAYETTE — After leading by two points following the first quarter, Fayette pulled away to down visiting Holgate, 55-35.

Tanner Wagner paced four players in double figures for the Eagles (5-4) with 16 points and four treys. Eli Eberly added 13 tallies while Phillip Whiteside and Elijah Lerma netted 12 and 11, respectively.

Bailey Sonnenberg and Abe Kelly hit two trifectas apiece, both scoring eight points in the loss for the Tigers (3-9).

HOLGATE (35) — Sonnenberg 8; Thacker 7; Bok 0; McCord 1; Hartman 5; Boecker 0; Kelly 8; Kupfersmith 0; Bower 3; Medina 3; Westrick 0. Totals 12-6-35.

FAYETTE (55) — Frenn 0; Eberly 13; Mitchell 1; Wagner 16; Lester 2; P. Whiteside 12; Lerma 11; Pearson 0; Millan 0. Totals 18-9-55.

Three-point goals: Holgate — Sonnenberg 2, Kelly 2, Hartman. Fayette — Wagner 4, Eberly 3, Lerma 2, P. Whiteside. Turnovers: Holgate 12, Fayette 6.

Holgate 11 8 12 4 — 35

Fayette 13 13 14 15 — 55

Reserves: Holgate, 36-12.

Van Wert 55, Bryan 45

VAN WERT — Van Wert outscored Bryan in all four quarters, earning its first win of the season with a 55-45 triumph.

Owen Treece led the Cougars (1-7) with 24 points.

Titus Rohrer tallied 26 points and 11 rebounds in the loss for Bryan (2-10).

BRYAN (45) — Showalter 0; Martinez 5; Brown 0; Cox 6; Rohrer 26; Lamberson 6; Shaw 2. Totals 17-44 9-12 45

VAN WERT (55) — E. Brown 17; Treece 22; Gunter 4; Laudick 4; A. Pratt 4; N. Jackson 2; Crutchfield 2. Totals 20-41 9-15 55.

Three-point goals: Bryan 2-17 (Cox, Lamberson), Van Wert 6-16 (Treece 3, E. Brown 3). Rebounds: Bryan 26 (Rohrer 11), Van Wert 19 (T. Jackson 8). Turnovers: Bryan 16, Van Wert 7.

Bryan 8 11 8 18 — 45

Van Wert 10 13 12 20 — 55

Reserves: Van Wert, 62-53.

Northview 54, Wauseon 40

WAUSEON — Sylvania Northview snapped Wauseon’s six-game win streak with a 54-40 victory.

Sean Craig paced four players in double figures for the Wildcats (7-0, No. 14 Division I) with 15 points. Kasey Hunt scored 12 points while Justin Noe netted 11 and Brendon Sharp 10.

Jonas Tester’s 12 points led Wauseon (10-2). Connar Penrod scored 11.

NORTHVIEW (54)- Sharp 10; Biggs 2; Hunt 12; Kopan 2; DeWood 2; Noe 11; Craig 15. Totals 22-8-54.

WAUSEON (40) — Tester 12; Britsch 2; Stump 2; DeGroff 2; Penrod 11; Delgado 5; Wilson 2; Armstrong 2; Shaw 2. Totals 17-5-40.

Three-point goals: Northview — Sharp 3, Hunt 2. Wauseon — Delgado.

Northview 16 6 15 17 — 54

Wauseon 10 11 10 9 — 40

Evergreen 48, Pettisville 41

PETTISVILLE — Evergreen snapped Pettisville’s four-game win streak with a 48-41 road triumph.

R.J. Shunck and Ethan Loeffler combined to nearly match Pettisville’s total with 19 points each for Evergreen (11-2).

Cayden Jacoby tallied 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Blackbirds (7-2) while Max Leppelmeier netted 12.

EVERGREEN (48) - E. Lumbrezer 7; A. Lumbrezer 1; Shunck 19; Loeffler 19; Hudik 0; Fuller 2; Woodring. Totals 20- 5-12 48.

PETTISVILLE (41) — Kaufmann 0; Ripke 3; Leppelmeier 12; Horning 8; Jacoby 18; King 0. Totals 17- 4-5 41.

Three-point goals: Evergreen 3-4 (Shunck 3), Pettisville 3-16 (Leppelmeier 2, Ripke). Rebounds: Evergreen 20, Pettisville 21 (Jacoby 11). Turnovers: Evergreen 13, Pettisville 7.

Evergreen 9 13 19 7 — 48

Pettisville 11 9 13 8 — 41

Reserves: Evergreen, 36-32.

Leipsic 59, Pat. Henry 50

HAMLER — A scoring bonanza by Patrick Henry’s Braden Hall wasn’t quite enough as the Patriots fell to rival Leipsic, 59-50.

Hall drained six shots from long range and finished with 24 points for the Patriots (5-9).

Jaden Siefker did likewise, canning six treys in a 24-point effort for Leipsic (10-1) while Mason Brandt netted 16 points with seven rebounds and six assists.

LEIPSIC (59) - Brandt 16; Schroeder 3; Siefker 24; Niese 7; Maag 7; Walther 2. Totals 22-6-59.

PATRICK HENRY (50) — Hall 24; Rosengarten 6; Seeman 6; Johnson 2; Jackson 5; Feehan 3; Seedorf 4. Totals 19-5-50.

Three-point goals: Leipsic — Siefker 6, Brandt 2, Schroeder. Patrick Henry — Hall 6, Jackson.

Leipsic 11 18 12 18 — 59

Patrick Henry 9 12 7 22 — 50

Reserves: Patrick Henry won.

Col. Grove 52, Kalida 30

COLUMBUS GROVE — In a battle of top-five teams in Division IV, defending regional finalist No. 5 Columbus Grove flexed its muscles with a 52-30 win over No. 2 Kalida

Trey Sautter sparked the Bulldogs (7-1, 1-1 PCL) with a career-high 16 points off the bench. Tayt Birnesser put up 12 points while Gabe Clement netted 11 in his second game of the year after an injury late in football season.

Luke Erhart netted 14 points for Kalida (11-2, 2-1 PCL), but just five in the second half as the Wildcats scored 13 total points over that span.

Ottoville 51, St. Henry 35

OTTOVILLE — Josh Thorbahn nearly tallied a double-double for Ottoville as the Big Green downed St. Henry, 51-35.

Thorbahn tallied 20 points and nine rebounds for the Big Green (11-2, No. 6 Division IV), which led 33-14 at the half.

ST. HENRY (35) — Gels 8; Bruering 6; Lange 6; Heitkamp 6; Lefeld 5; Koesters 3; Ontrop 1. Totals 11-9-35.

OTTOVILLE (51) — Thorbahn 20; Suever 8; Miller 6; Langhals 6; Hanneman 3; Schlagbaum 3; Furley 3; Trentman 1; Manns 1. Totals 20-4-51.

Three-point goals: St. Henry — Heitkamp 2, Lange, Koesters. Ottoville — Thorbahn 2, Langhals 2, Hanneman, Schlagbaum, Furley.

St. Henry 6 8 9 12 — 35

Ottoville 13 20 9 6 — 51

Miller City 50,

Temple Christian 17

MILLER CITY — Miller City held Lima Temple Chrisitian to two points in both the first and fourth quarters as the Wildcats dominated in a 50-17 win.

Jon Burgei’s 14 points were tops for the Wildcats (4-10) while Owen Tobe chipped in 10.

TEMPLE CHRISTIAN (17) — Callahan 7; Patrick 4; Kiser 3; Clay 1; Motter 2. Totals 6-3-17.

MILLER CITY (50) — Pester 2; Barlage 2; Michel 9; Schnipke 2; Weis 3; Ruhe 3; Tobe 10; Deitering 5; Burgei 14. Totals 20-8-50.

Three-point goals: Temple Christian — Callahan, Kiser. Miller City — Weis, Burgei.

Temple Christian 2 6 7 2 — 17

Miller City 11 10 14 15 — 50

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