WEST UNITY — Hicksville’s Landon Turnbull exploded for a school-record 45 points, outscoring Hilltop by himself in a 65-36 win over the Cadets.

The Aces improve to 10-2 on the season.

Jay Garrett led the Cadets (0-11) with 14 points.

HICKSVILLE (65) — Tunis 3; Balser 2; Straub 3; Miller 2; Slattery 8; Turnbull 45; Hootman 2; Myers 0; Bergman 0; Baird 0; Betz 0. Totals 28-62 8-18 65.

HILLTOP (36) — Funkhouser 2; Schlosser 2; Garrett 14; McEwen 6; Hoffman 3; Beres 9; Whitman 0; Jennings 0; Carter 0. Totals 15-56 9-11 36.

Three-point goals: Hicksville — Turnbull. Hilltop — Garrett, Hoffman, Beres. Rebounds: Hicksville 37 (Bergman 13), Hilltop 25. Turnovers: Hicksville 6, Hilltop 12.

Hicksville 17 12 22 14 — 65

Hilltop 15 2 6 13 — 36

Reserves: Hicksville, 52-23.

Antwerp 77, N. Central 43

ANTWERP — Antwerp stayed perfect on the year at 11-0 after downing North Central in boys hoops action on Saturday, 77-43.

Jacob Savina and Jayvin Landers each scored 13 points while Jake Eaken and Luke Krouse both scored 12 for the Archers.

Zack Hayes paced the Eagles (6-7) with 19 points.

NORTH CENTRAL (43) — Bailey 9; C. Patten 1; Cruz 2; L. Patten 0; Williams 6; Hayes 19; Hicks 0; Lehsten 6. Totals 17-6-43.

ANTWERP (77) — Eaken 12; Jag. Landers 10; Jay. 13; Krouse 12; Hines 2; Schuette 9; Sheedy 0; Savina 13; Lichty 6; Sproles 0. Totals 30-6-77.

Three-point goals: North Central — Williams 2, Bailey. Antwerp — Jay. Landers 3, Eaken 2, Krouse 2, Savina 2, Lichty 2.

North Central 10 10 9 14 — 43

Antwerp 20 26 16 15 — 77

Reserves: Antwerp, 47-12.

Ayersville 49,

Continental 40

CONTINENTAL — Kallen Brown scored 18 points as Ayersville defeated Continental, 49-40.

Brayden Amoroso added 13 points for the Pilots (4-6)while Gavin Huff scored 14 points for the Pirates (3-11).

AYERSVILLE (49) — Trevino 4; Clark 2; Calhoun 2; Eiden 2; Amoroso 13; Schlachter 4; Okuley 2; Brown 18; Clark 2.

CONTINENTAL (40) — Huff 14; Coleman 8; Armey 4; Prowant 4; Warnimont 4; Sharrits 3; Recker 3.

Three-point goals: Ayersville — Amoroso, Brown. Continental — Coleman, Armey, Sharrits.

Ayersville 10 8 16 15 — 49

Continental 11 11 9 9 — 40

Reserves: Continental, 35-25.

Fairview 50, Paulding 45

SHERWOOD — Fairview rallied back from an 18-8 first quarter deficit and defeated Paulding, 50-45.

Cade Polter scored 26 points to pace the Apaches (7-5) while Seth Dysinger led the Panthers (2-9) with 12 points.

PAULDING (45) — McGarvey 3; Manz 8; Kauser 8; Dysinger 12; Pease 8; Schroeder 1; Beckman 4. Totals 16-9-45.

FAIRVIEW (50) — Polter 26; Ripke 2; Frank 6; Hastings 4; Singer 5; Timbrook 7. Totals 15-19-50.

Three-point goals: Paulding — Pease 2, McGarvey, Kauser. Fairview — Polter. Rebounds: Paulding 19, Fairview 26. Turnovers: Paulding 18, Fairview 14.

Paulding 18 11 4 12 — 45

Fairview 8 13 16 23 — 50

Reserves: Paulding, 54-49.

Kalida 53, Tinora 28

KALIDA — Kalida outscored Tinora in every quarter, cruising to a 53-28 win.

Luke Erhart netted 15 points and Gabe Hovest added 10 for Kalida (7-5).

Evan Willitzer led Tinora (6-7) with eight points.

TINORA (28) — Willitzer 8; Norden 7; Mar. Grube 5; Schafer 4; Bumb 2; Max Grube 2. Totals 8-8-28.

KALIDA (53) — Erhart 15; Hovest 10; Warnecke 7; Ropebke 6; Vonderembse 6; Horstman 4; Vorst 3; B. Miller 2. Totals 25-1-53.

Three-point goals: Tinora Willitzer 2, Norden, Mar. Grube. Kalida — Erhart, Vorst. Rebounds: Tinora 11 (Willitzer 4, Scjafer 4), Kalida 15 (Erhart 6).

Tinora 3 9 8 8 — 28

Kalida 10 10 17 16 — 53

Edgerton 52, Pettisville 38

EDGERTON — A 15-7 second-quarter deficit made the difference for Edgerton as the Bulldogs downed Pettisville, 52-38.

Logan Showalter led the Bulldogs (7-5) with 27 points.

Graeme Jacoby scored 20 points for the Blackbirds (9-4) while Max Leppelmeier tallied 13.

PETTISVILLE (38) — Avina 2; Zuver 0; Leppelmeier 13; Horning 1; Reinche 0; Jacoby 2; Reynolds 0; Jacoby 20. Totals 14-7-38.

EDGERTON (52) — Blue 4; Cape 4; Roth 0; Pahl 2; Ripke 3; Landel 6; Gary 6; Wolfe 0; Showalter 27. Totals 19-13-52.

Three-point goals: Pettisville — Leppelmeier 3. Edgerton — Showalter.

Pettisville 5 7 10 16 — 38

Edgerton 4 15 15 18 — 52

Wayne Trace 56,

Delphos Jefferson 49

HAVILAND — Cameron Sinn was a perfect 12-of-12 shooting for Wayne Trace, scoring 19 points to lead the Raiders past Delphos Jefferson, 56-49.

Sinn hit all four two-point attempts, three 3-pointers and two free throws in the win for the Raiders (8-4).

DELPHOS JEFFERSON (49) - Bailey 3; Teman 9; Wannemacher 16; Wiltsie 0; Herron 0; Hubert 0; Moore 6; Mericle 6; Long 9. Totals 18-41 9-18 49.

WAYNE TRACE (56) — T. Sinn 0; C. Sinn 19; Miller 6; Speice 0; Gerber 7; C. Crosby 2; Vining 7; McClure 0; Graham 0; Reinhart 11; N. Crosby 4. Totals 21-45 10-11 56.

Three-point goals: Jefferson 4-10 (Teman 3-4, Bailey 1-2), Wayne Trace 4-12 (Sinn 3-3, Vining 1-2). Rebounds: Jefferson 23 (Moore 5), Wayne Trace 29 (Reinhart 8). Turnovers: Jefferson 14, Wayne Trace 12.

Del. Jefferson 10 9 15 15 — 49

Wayne Trace 11 17 17 11 — 56

Reserves: Wayne Trace, 41-25.

L. Center 75, Elmwood 67

BLOOMDALE — Three Liberty Center players scored in double figures, as the Tigers held off Elmwood, 75-67.

Carter Burdue tallied 18 points, Trent Murdock knocked down 16 points and Camden Krugh added 15 points for LC (6-5).

LIBERTY CENTER (75) — Shafer 7; Keller 7; Burdue 18; Righi 0; Leatherman 4; Krugh 15; Estelle 0; Conrad 2; Patterson 6; Murdock 16. Totals 27-16-75.

ELMWOOD (67) — Childress 10; Lawson 12; Plouck 0; Lentz 8; Hesseman 0; Able 3; Weiss 4; Reynolds 30; Beck 0; Wickard 0. Totals 23-10-67.

Three-point goals: Liberty Center — Krugh 3, Shafer, Burdue. Elmwood — Reynolds 7, Lawson 2, Lentz, Able.

Liberty Center 20 14 18 23 — 75

Elmwood 10 10 18 29 — 67

North Baltimore 46,

Patrick Henry 40

HAMLER — North Baltimore outpointed Patrick Henry 29-18 in the second half to rally for a 46-40 win.

Kace Jackson had 12 points and Kolton Holloway chipped in 11 for Patrick Henry (1-8).

NORTH BALTIMORE (46) — Gazarek 21; Hagemyer 5; Clark 2; Bucher 4; Heineman 14. Totals 13-17-46.

PATRICK HENRY (40) — Schwiebert 8; Jackson 12; Schulze 4; Holloway 11; Crossland 2; Rosengarten 3. Totals 16-3-40.

Three-point goals: North Baltimore — Gazarek, Hagemyer, Bucher. Patrick Henry — Jackson 3, Schulze, Holloway. Rebounds: North Baltimore 16 (Gazarek 7), Patrick Henry 43 (Schwiebert 7). Turnovers: North Baltimore 7, Patrick Henry 18.

North Baltimore 10 7 10 19 — 46

Patrick Henry 14 8 4 14 — 40

Reserves: Patrick Henry, 44-7.

Delaware Hayes 48,

Archbold 45

ARCHBOLD — Archbold jumped out to a 20-4 lead after one quarter but Delaware Hayes rallied for a 48-45 win.

DJ Newman paced the Bluestreaks (7-4) with 16 markers.

DELAWARE HAYES (48) — Smudz 8; Griggs 14; Harvey 6; Abdus-Salaam 2; Burris 12; Russell 6. Totals 17-8-48.

ARCHBOLD (45) — Gomez 4; Roth 5; Newman 16; Theobald 7; Zimmerman 5; Hagans 8. Totals 19-2-45.

Three-point goals: Hayes — Smudz 2, Griggs 2, Russell 2. Archbold — Newman 2, Roth, Theobald, Zimmerman. Rebounds: Hayes 24, Archbold 19. Turnovers: Hayes 8, Archbold 4.

Del. Hayes 4 18 15 11 — 48

Archbold 20 6 15 4 — 45

Reserves: Hayes, 39-30.

Bryan 53, Northview 42

BRYAN — Bryan outscored Sylvania Northview 20-10 in the final quarter to pull away for a 53-42 win.

Titus Rohrer posted 23 points for the Bears (10-2) while Reese Jackson had 11.

NORTHVIEW (42) — Harnett 14; Summers 5; Kopan 1; Matuszewski 22.

BRYAN (53) — Arthur 6; Rohrer 23; Zuver 7; Lamberson 6; Jackson 11.

Three-point goals: Northview — Hartnett 4, Summers. Bryan — Zuver. Rebounds: Northview 15, Bryan 33.

Northview 7 13 10 12 — 42

Bryan 14 9 10 20 — 53

O. Hills 31, Swanton 19

OTTAWA HILLS — Ottawa Hills held Swanton to just six points in the second half in a 31-19 victory.

Josh Vance and Andrew Thornton each scored eight points for the Bulldogs (6-6).

SWANTON (19) - Vance 8; Betz 2; Bartlett 1; Thornton 8. Totals 5-8-19.

OTTAWA HILLS (31) - Kight 9; Anderson 4; Miller 4; Hoffman 8; Van Slooten 6. Totals 15-1-31.

Three-point goals: Swanton - Thornton.

Swanton 5 9 3 2 — 19

Ottawa Hills 10 4 7 10 — 31

Delta 60,

Stryker 52 (2OT)

DELTA — Braden Risner poured in 28 points for Delta as the Panthers outlasted Stryker in a double-overtime thriller, 60-52.

Risner hit nine shots from the charity stripe for Delta (4-7) while Josh Tresnan-Reighard added 11.

Joe Ramon canned six treys and finished with 18 points to pace Stryker (2-9), which drained 11 triples.

STRYKER (52) — Bowers 10; Treace 4; Holsopple 15; Weirauch 2; Ramon 18; Clingaman 1; Baram 2. Totals 20-1-52.

DELTA (60) — Gillen 4; B. Risner 28; Eckenrode 1; Hamilton 7; J. Tresnan-Reighard 11; N. Risner 2; H. Tresnan-Reighard 7. Totals 21-16-60.

Three-point goals: Stryker — Ramon 6, Holsopple 3, Bowers 2. Delta — B. Risner, Hamilton.

Stryker 9 5 10 14 14 0 — 52

Delta 10 11 5 12 14 8 — 60

Col. Grove 71, Leipsic 61

COLUMBUS GROVE — Columbus Grove was outscored 18-11 in the final quarter but defeated PCL foe Leipsic, 71-61.

Tayt Birnesser paced the Bulldogs (10-0, 3-0 PCL) with 22 points while Ethan Halker tallied 14 and Blake Reynolds added 12.

Lorenzo Walther led the Vikings (5-4, 2-2 PCL) with 15 points while Tyler Sickmiller scored 12.

LEIPSIC (61) — Brandt 10; Pene 2; Siefker 9; Niese 2; Liffick 11; Walther 15; Sickmiller 12. Totals 25-4-61.

COLUMBUS GROVE (71) — Reynolds 12; Birnesser 22; Hopkins 8; Clement 6; Halker 14; Schneider 9. Totals 29-10-71.

Three-point goals: Leipsic — Liffick 3, Sickmiller 2, Brandt, Siefker. Columbus Grove — Birnesser 3.

Leipsic 17 11 15 18 — 61

Columbus Grove 19 25 16 11 — 71

Ottoville 57, P-G 34

PANDORA — Ottoville broke open a close ball game by outscoring Pandora-Gilboa 29-13 in the second half.

Ryan Suever had 10 points for Ottoville (9-3, 1-1 PCL), winners of six of seven.

Ryan Johnson and Will Huffman each netted 10 points for Pandora-Gilboa (5-5, 2-2 PCL).

OTTOVILLE (57) — Miller 9; Schlagbaum 3; Manns 8; Suever 10; Kortokrax 0; Miller 7; Thorbahn 6; Furley 0; Fisher 6; Edelbrock 4; Trentman 0; Langhals 4. Totals 19-11-57.

PANDORA-GILBOA (34) — Macke 3; Johnson 10; Krohn 3; Miller 2; Huffman 10; Norton 2; Pugh 0; Biery 2. Totals 13-3-34.

Three-point goals: Ottoville — J. Miller 3, Manns 2, Schlagbaum, Suever, W. Miller. Pandora-Gilboa — Johnson 2, Macke, Krohn, Huffman.

Ottoville 16 12 18 11 — 57

Pandora-Gilboa 10 11 3 10 — 34

O-G 61, Findlay 57

FINDLAY — State-ranked Ottawa-Glandorf battled back a charge from Findlay with a 61-57 victory.

Ethan Alt hit four treys and paced the Titans (11-0, No. 4 D-III) with 16 points. Owen Nichols added 14 points and six boards while Parker Schomaeker and Brennan Blevins each tallied 13.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (61) — Schomaeker 14; Blevins 13; Alt 16; Nichols 14; Westrick 5; Beach 0; Dean 0; Kaufman 0; Rieman 0. Totals 21-39 10-18 61.

FINDLAY (57) — Strzempka 6; Moore 7; M. Roth 5; Adams 26; Makrancy 9; J. Roth 0; Weihrauch 2; Montgomery 2. Totals 24-574-6 57.

Three-point goals: Ottawa-Glandorf 9-17 (Alt 4-4, Blevins 3-8, Schomaeker 2-5), Findlay 5-17 (Makrancy 3-6, Moore 1-5, M. Roth 1-3). Rebounds: Ottawa-Glandorf 32 (Westrick 10), Findlay 41 (Adams 7). Turnovers: Ottawa-Glandorf 12, Findlay 7.

Ottawa-Glandorf 19 18 13 11 — 61

Findlay 5 19 14 19 — 57

Bluffton 47,

Fort Jennings 25

FORT JENNINGS — Bluffton outscored Fort Jennings 43-13 in the first three quarters, en route to a 47-25 win.

Evan Hoersten bucketed 14 points for Fort Jennings (1-11).

BLUFFTON (47) — Deardorff 0; Schriner 3; Garmatter 2; Soper 18; Shutler 4; Piercefield 6; Lovett 0; Denecker 11; Essinger 0; Schaadt 0; Hohenbrink 3; Ault 0. Totals 18-3-47.

FORT JENNINGS (25) — Trentman 7; Kazee 0; Wittler 0; Horstman 0; Hoersten 14; Liebrecht 2; Grote 2; Suever 0. Totals 11-2-25.

Three-point goals: Bluffton — Cooper 3, Denecker 3, Schriner, Hohenbrink. Fort Jennings — Trentman.

Bluffton 11 14 18 4 — 47

Fort Jennings 7 2 4 12 — 25

Miller City 64,

Lincolnview 51

MILLER CITY — Austin Ruhe paced Miller City with 19 points in a 64-51 win at Lincolnview.

Ruhe hit 12-of-14 from the charity stripe while Nick Gable and Jacob Koenig added 14 and 12, respectively, for the Wildcats (7-4).

LINCOLNVIEW (51) — Leeth 11; Cavinder 5; Overholt 11; Boersock 8; Jessee 12; Richardson 0; Price 4; Hatfield 0. Totals 20-55 4-7 51.

MILLER CITY (64) — Niese 5; Ruhe 19; Gable 14; Koenig 12; Burgei 8; Nuveman 0; Michel 6; Fillinger 0; Pester 0. Totals 19-45 20-30 64.

Three-point goals: Lincolnview 7-27 (Jessee 3, Leeth, Price, Cavinder, Overholt), Miller City 6-16 (Koenig 3, Niese, Ruhe, Gable). Rebounds: Lincolnview 25, Miller City 36. Turnovers: Lincolnview 17, Miller City 21.

Lincolnview 12 10 21 8 — 51

Miller City 18 14 17 15 — 64

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