HARROD — Tori Newland had 12 points and 14 rebounds as Allen East improved to 10-8 on the season with a 40-21 girls high school basketball victory Tuesday night against Lima Central Catholic.
Lauren Criblez had nine points and Kate Newland scored eight also for the Mustangs. Sophia Santaguida and Rosie Williams each had six points for LCC (2-18).
Bath 51, Marion Local 28
BATH TOWNSHIP — Jaidyn Hale had 11 points and Kaleigh Ketcham and Madelyn Renner each scored nine for the host Wildkittens (15-4). Kara Evers had 10 points and Kelsey Koenig scored eight for Marion Local (4-15).
Spencerville 52, New Bremen 42
SPENCERVILLE — Kaiden Grigsby had 17 points and Jayden Smith scored 11 for the host Bearcats (11-7). Paige Jones had 11 points and Macy Puthoff scored seven for the Cardinals (14-5).
Kalida 44, Holgate 36
HOLGATE — McKayla Maag had 12 points and Taylor Lucke scored 10 for the visiting Wildcats (13-7).
Coldwater 54, Wapakoneta 39
COLDWATER — The host Cavaliers held a 16-4 advantage at the end of the first quarter. Lauren Gilliland had 12 points, eight rebounds and three steals, Kourtney Diller had 12 points and three steals, Grace Bruns had nine points and four rebounds and Maura Hoying had eight points and five rebounds for Coldwater (15-5). Lexi Jacobs had 13 points and Alex Debell and Mackenzie Wilson had nine and eight points respectively for tje Redskins (12-7).
Parkway 33, Elida 17
ELIDA — Sydney Crouch had 14 points and Haley Hawk scored eight for the visiting Panthers (10-9). Individual stats were not reported for the Bulldogs (6-13).
Wayne Trace 54, Continental 37
CONTINENTAL — Alex Hoeffel had 13 points and Amber Logan scored 10 for Continental (3-16).
Lima Senior 65,
Toledo Central Catholic 51
TOLEDO — The visiting Spartans (10-9, 5-6 Three Rivers Athletic Conference) built a 38-26 lead by halftime. BJ Miller had 15 points, Jermanine Daniels and Jaleel King scored 11 each and Jatsiel Colon had nine points and 10 rebounds for Lima Senior. King also had eight rebounds.
Perry 65, Riverside 43
DEGRAFF — Perry (10-7, 4-3 Northwest Central Conference) outscored Riverside (8-11, 3-4 NWCC) 39-15 in the second half. Logan Dray had 21 points and Louis Huersten and Jamel Whiteside each scored 13 for Perry.
Fort Jennings 50, Delphos Jefferson 42
FORT JENNINGS — Cole Horstman had 16 points and Ian Finn and Brandon Wehri each scored 11 for the host Musketeers (14-5). Tyler Bratton had 22 points and Hunter Mericle scored eight for Jefferson (4-13).
Columbus Grove 54
COLUMBUS GROVE — Drew Johnson (28), Cooper McCullough (13) and Jared Breece (11) each scored in double digits for P-G (16-1). Logan Schroeder (15), Blake Reynolds (13) and Tayt Birnesser (10) each scored in double digits for Grove (7-11).
Lincolnview 60, Bluffton 46
MIDDLE POINT — Zane Miller (15), Chayten Overholt (14), Tristen Miller (12) and Alek Bowersock (11) each scored in double digits for Lincolnview (11-7, 5-1 Northwest Conference). Mason Soper had 11 points and Jared Piercefield scored 10 for Bluffton (7-10, 3-3 NWC).
LIMA — Eight Lima Senior athletes will be signing their national letters of intent at 3 p.m. today in the school gymnasium.
Football players Daneille Lowe Jr. (Sienna Heights), Xavier Nichols (Sienna Heights), Keaton Towsey (Findlay), Jaleel Long (Cincinnati Christian). Adrine Mitchell (Ohio Dominican), Kevontae Tyson (Ohio Dominican) and Cordell McDonald (to be announced) and soccer player Kienna Brown (Tiffin University) will be participating in the ceremony.
ELIDA — Football players Cole Harmon (St. Francis) and Isaac Adams (Concordia) will be signing their letters of intent to at 2 p.m. today in the high school commons.
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Football player Jayvion Daniels (Olivet Nazarene University) and golfer Megan Spainhower: (University of the Cumberlands) are scheduled to sign their letters of intentn at 2 p.m. today in Room 101 at the high school.
OSU-Lima/Rhodes State 47,
OU Chillicothe 39
Debra Paul and Sara Hoyt each had 13 points for OSU-Lima.
OU Chillicothe 76,
OSU Lima/Rhodes State 73
Elijah Fayban had 26 points for OSU Lima.
Mike Purdy can be reached at 567-242-0451.