AYERSVILLE — Ayersville won for its third triumph in four games, stifling Pettisville, 37-23.

Ally Schindler racked up 17 points, including seven makes at the charity stripe, for the Pilots (4-7).

Ellie Grieser hit three treys and netted 11 points to pace the Blackbirds (0-8).

PETTISVILLE (23) — Grieser 11; King 7; Beck 2; Crawford 3; Hartzler 0; Klopfenstein 0; Michella 0; Strauss 0; Bartoe 0; Plank 0; Wiemken 0. Totals 9-42 1-6 23.

AYERSVILLE (37) — Sheets 3; Martin 3; Dockery 6; Froelich 8; Schindler 17; Okuley 0; Craft 0; McGuire 0; Keasler 0; Pahl 0; Mannon 0; Young 0. Totals 12-37 11-24 37.

Three-point goals: Pettisville 4-18 (Grieser 3, King), Ayersville 2-9 (Sheets, Martin). Rebounds: Pettisville 28, Ayersville 30. Turnovers: Pettisville 10, Ayersville 11.

Pettisville 6 3 7 6 — 23

Ayersville 10 7 7 13 — 37

Reserves: Pettisville, 18-15 (two quarters).

Fairview 52, Hilltop 41

WEST UNITY — After trailing 19-13 through eight minutes, Fairview roared back for an 18-5 advantage in the second quarter en route to a 52-41 road win over Hilltop.

Kiersten Cline poured in 24 points to pace the Apaches (10-3), hitting three treys on the day.

Kodi Brenner’s 14 points led the way for the Cadets (6-4). Leanna Baker scored a dozen.

FAIRVIEW (52) — Smith 8; Mavis 6; Rhodes 6; Cline 24; O. Ricica 2; P. Ricica 6.

HILLTOP (41) — Bailey 8; La. Baker 3; Brenner 14; Barnum 4; Le. Baker 12.

Three-point goals: Fairview — Cline 3, Smith. Hilltop — Bailey 2, Brenner.

Fairview 13 18 6 15 — 52

Hilltop 19 5 5 12 — 41

Fayette 46, Hicksville 30

HICKSVILLE — Fayette’s Trista Fruchey went over the 1,000 point mark for her career with a 17-point effort as the Eagles downed Hicksville, 46-30.

Fruchey hit eight shots from the field for Fayette (1-4) while Amber Gaona added nine tallies.

Lindsay Bergman put up 13 points and nine rebounds to pace the Aces (4-9). Kennedy Phillips hit four treys for 12 points.

FAYETTE (46) — Storrs 2; Bingman 6; Kovar 0; Vanderveer 2; Brown 0; Gaona 9; Leininger 6; Fruchey 17; Reinking 4. Totals 17-37 8-17 46.

HICKSVILLE (30) — Slattery 0; Phillips 12; Smith 0; Bergman 13; Crall 3; Eicher 0; Monroe 2. Totals 10-47 6-10 30.

Three-point goals: Fayette 4-8 (Bingman 2, Gaona 2), Hicksville 4-23 (Phillips 4). Rebounds: Fayette 31, Hicksville 31 (Bergman 9). Turnovers: Fayette 18, Hicksville 17.

Hicksville 5 6 10 9 — 30

Fayette 20 9 4 13 — 46

Lincolnview 45, Antwerp 38

MIDDLE POINT — Lincolnview held Antwerp to 16 first-half points as the Lancers held off the Archers for a 45-38 victory.

Kendall Bollenbacher netted 13 points to pace Lincolnview (3-9) while Zadria King chipped in a dozen.

Grace Schuette’s 11 points were tops for the Archers (2-8).

ANTWERP (38) — Miller 2; Recker 6; M. Reinhart 0; Schuette 11; McMichael 5; Jewell 9; Brewer 5. Totals 10-15-38.

LINCOLNVIEW (45) — Jackman 0; Renner 6; Sellers 4; Bollenbacher 14; Looser 6; King 12; Mendenhall 4. Totals 18-6-45.

Three-point goals: Antwerp — Jewell 2, Schuette. Lincolnview — Bollenbacher 2, Renner.

Antwerp 9 7 11 11 — 38

Lincolnview 14 15 10 6 — 45

North Central 42, Edgerton 33

PIONEER — Madison Brown hit all 12 of her free throw attempts, finishing with 14 points to lift North Central to a 42-33 win over visiting Edgerton.

Brown was 4-for-4 in each of the first three quarters and capped it off with a fourth-period bucket for the Eagles (6-3), which took a 36-19 lead into the fourth quarter.

Rylei Moreno paced Edgerton (1-8) with seven points.

EDGERTON (33) — Wickerham 4; Ritter 0; Smith 2; Cape 3; A. Schroeder 2; Herman 5; G. Schroeder 6; Fort 4; Moreno 7. Totals 11-9-33.

NORTH CENTRAL (42) — Brown 14; Zimmerman 0; Balser 9; Burnett 4; Hickman 3; McClanahan 6; Hollstein 6; Cruz 0. Totals 12-15-42.

Three-point goals: Edgerton — Cape. North Central — Balser 3.

Edgerton 7 7 5 14 — 33

North Central 8 16 12 6 — 46

Paulding 59, Van Wert 46

PAULDING — Following a stretch of three losses in four games, Paulding bounced back nicely with its second straight win, a 59-46 triumph over visiting Van Wert.

Leigha Egnor put up 23 points to pace the Panthers (11-4) while Sadie Estle and Janae Pease tallied 13 and 10 markers, respectively.

Sofi Houg’s 23 points led the ledger for the Cougars (5-7) and Alli Schaufelberger had 11.

VAN WERT (46) — Smith 0; Bagley 0; Welch 4; Houg 23; Rickard 6; Krites 2; Schaufelberger 11. Totals 18-6-46.

PAULDING (59) — Schweller 5; Parrett 8; Pease 10; Egnor 23; Manz 0; Estle 13. Totals 22-11-59.

Three-point goals: Van Wert — Houg 3, Rickard. Paulding — Parrett 2, Schweller, Egnor.

Van Wert 13 6 12 15 — 46

Paulding 11 13 16 19 — 59

Wauseon 70, Oregon Clay 19

OREGON — Wauseon blanked host Oregon Clay 23-0 after one quarter, rolling past the Eagles, 70-19.

Marisa Seiler hit 14 field goals and rolled up 31 points for the Indians (8-3) while Hayley Meyer put up 17 and Autumn Pelok chipped in 10.

Camryn Reiter’s seven points paced Clay (0-3).

WAUSEON (70) — Hageman 1; Pelok 10; Raabe 4; Rodriguez 2; Strauss 2; Seiler 31; Carroll 3; Meyer 17. Totals 31-7-70.

OREGON CLAY (19) — Huntermark 3; Reiter 7; Przysylski 5; Madrid 2; Tabler 2. Totals 8-1-19.

Three-point goals: Wauseon — Carroll. Oregon Clay — Huntermark, Reiter.

Wauseon 23 19 21 7 — 70

Oregon Clay 0 6 5 8 — 19

Continental 44, Patrick Henry 29

CONTINENTAL — Continental’s Catelyn Etter had a massive game in the post with 16 points and 19 rebounds as the Pirates downed Patrick Henry, 44-29.

Etter nabbed her 500th career rebound for the Pirates (4-9) while also shooting 10-of-11 from the charity stripe. Maddi Potts added 10.

McKenzie Vance’s 14 points led the way for PH (0-11).

PATRICK HENRY (29) - Boyer 2; K. Prigge 2; Weber 5; M. Prigge 6; Breece 0; Vance 14; Fintel 2. Totals 11-6-29.

CONTINENTAL (44) - Etter 16; Potts 10; Burke 6; Armey 2; Tegenkamp 8; Scott 2. Totals 13-16-44.

Three-point goals: Patrick Henry — Weber, M. Prigge, Vance. Continental — none.

Patrick Henry 7 4 8 10 — 29

Continental 10 9 7 18 — 44

Edon 41, Stryker 37

EDON — Edon picked up its first Buckeye Border Conference win of the year, rallying past Stryker for a 41-37 victory.

Allison Kaylor scored 12 points to lead the Bombers (2-4, 1-2 BBC) while Carlie Kiess netted 10.

Sage Woolace led all scorers with 17 points for Stryker (3-5, 3-2 BBC), which led 33-30 entering the final stanza.

STRYKER (37) — Woolace 17; Ki. Patterson 3; Ramon 8; Wickerham 5; K. Myers 4; Dangler 0; Blevins 0; Ka. Patterson 0. Totals 11-10-37.

EDON (41) — Towers 7; Mitchell 2; Bignell 2; Briner 2; Hickman 0; Heinze 0; Kiess 10; As. Kaylor 6; Al. Kaylor 12. Totals 14-12-41.

Three-point goals: Stryker — Ramon 2, Woolace, Ki. Patterson, Wickerham. Edon — Towers.

Stryker 9 19 5 4 — 37

Edon 12 13 5 11 — 41

Reserves: Edon, 22-19.

McComb 46, Miller City 33

MILLER CITY — McComb used three double-digit scorers to overtake host Miller City in a 46-33 victory.

Malorie Schroeder paced the Panthers (9-3) with 14 points while Madison Schroeder and Olivia Miehls chipped in 12 and 10 tallies, respectively.

Abi Lammers put 14 points, 13 rebounds and five assists to lead the charge for Miller City (8-4).

MCCOMB (46) — Shoop 3; Mad. Schroeder 12; Miehls 10; Bryan 3; E. Dehart 5; Mal Schroeder 14. Totals 17-45 6-10 46.

MILLER CITY (33) — Lammers 14; L. Otto 2; Koenig 8; Reyna 2; Pfau 7. Totals 11-38 4-12 33.

Three-point goals: McComb 6-12 (Mal. Schroeder 2, Sharp, Mad. Schroeder, Miehls, Bryan), Miller City 7-18 (Lammers 3, Koenig 2, Pfau 2). Rebounds: McComb 32, Miller City 24 (Lammers 13). Turnovers: McComb 17, Miller City 14.

McComb 14 12 10 10 — 46

Miller City 10 11 4 6 — 33

Reserves: Miller City, 29-16.

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