BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath’s Lindsey Singhaus scored 15 points and Jaidyn Hale added 13 to help beat Northview 43-34. Singhaus also grabbed 11 rebounds to record the double-double. Bath held Northview to single digits in the first two quarters and no Northview player scored in double digits.
Bath ups its record to 17-4 and Northview falls to 7-13.
Crestview 57, Wayne Trace 33
HAVILAND — Crestview’s Paige Motycka scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Teammate Lexi Gregory chipped in 17 points. For Wayne Trace, Claire Sinn scored eight points.
Bluffton 63, MonClova 42
BLUFFTON — Three different Bluffton players scored in double digits with Kaleb Jefferson, who hit a trio of treys, pumping in 14 points followed by Dakota Bricker scoring 13 points and Mason Soper chipped 12.
Delphos 65, New Knoxville 44
NEW KNOXVILLE — Delphos’ Jared Wurst scored 16 points and Lucas Metcalfe added 12 points. For New Knoxville, Jonah Lageman scored a game-high 18 ponts and Nathan Tinnerman added 14 points.
Delphos improves to 4-4 in the Midwest Athletic Conference and 10-7 overall. New Knoxville falls to 1-6 in league play and 5-13 for the aseason
Ottoville ranked No. 2 in final poll
COLUMBUS — Ottoville (19-1) was ranked No.2 in Division IV and Ottawa-Glandorf (17-2) came in at No. 9 in Division III in the final Associated Press Ohio high school girls basketball poll released Monday.
The Big Green closes out the regular season against Liberty-Benton (19-1) who are ranked No. 7 in Division III. Versailles (21-1) finished No. 1 in Division III.
Minster (17-3) ranked No. 4 in Division IV and fellow Midwest Athletic Conference rival Ft. Recovery (15-4) finished No. 8.
In the boys poll, Ottawa-Glandorf (19-1) dropped one spot to No. 3 after falling to Lexington Friday night. In Division IV St. Henry (17-3) came in at No.4 with Fort Loramie (19-2) right behind them at No. 4. Pandora-Gilboa (17-1) is ranked No. 13 overall.
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