Five players scored in double figures for the Ohio Northern menís basketball team to lead the Polar Bears to a 103-74 win in the Ohio Athletic Conference on Wednesday night. The point total was a season-high for ONU.Kyle Meyer came off the bench to lead all scorers with 23 points. He made 7 of 8 free throws and pulled in nine rebounds.Jake Cannan (14 points), Kyle Gehle (13), Mitch Anderson (11) and Steve Young (10) also reached double figures in scoring.The Bears (12-8, 8-5 OAC) out-shot Otterbein (5-15, 4-9 OAC) 18-5 from the free throw line. They also held a 39-28 edge in rebounding.Manchester 67, Bluffton 58The skid continues for the Bluffton men as they dropped a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference road game.Nick Wilson scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Bluffton (11-10, 5-7 HCAC). Nate Overmyer added 11 points.The Beavers held a 32-21 advantage in rebounding. However, Manchester made 22 of 23 free throws, compared to just 11 of 14 for Bluffton.Miami, Ohio 76, Toledo 47OXFORD ó Tim Pollitz scored 20 points and had 11 rebounds for his fourth double-double of the season Wednesday night as Miami of Ohio beat Toledo. The RedHawks (11-10, 5-4 Mid-American) took their first lead, 7-4, at the 14:36 mark and never trailed again. Kenny Hayes scored 21 points for the RedHawks. Nick Winbush had 10 points and Tyler Dierkers added eight points and nine rebounds. Toledo (7-14, 4-5), which shot just 31 percent, was led by Tyrone Kent with 13 points and Ridley Johnson with 10. Miami outrebounded Toledo 46-24. Its 76 points were the most scored by the RedHawks this season. Womenís CollegeManchester 64, Bluffton 61Bluffton blew a three-point halftime lead in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference loss. Kelly Meiklejohn scored 19 points for Manchester (14-6, 9-2 HCAC).Amanda Bell paced Bluffton (8-13, 2-10 HCAC) with 12 points. Also for the Beavers, Lindsay Bush (11 points) and Lindsay Ebbeskotte (10) also reached double figures.Bush pulled down 18 rebounds and Kim Miller had 12 as Bluffton held a 51-38 edge on the glass.Otterbein 77, Ohio Northern 65Otterbein reached a 12-point lead by halftime and cruised to the Ohio Athletic Conference upset win. The loss drops Ohio Northern to 15-5 overall and 10-3 in the conference while the Cardinals improved to 11-9, 7-6.Erin Brand and Alisha Rinehart scored 14 points each for ONU. Rinehart also had seven rebounds.Jenny Markle added 12 points, making two of the Polar Bearsí six 3-pointers.Girls High SchoolIndian Lake 51, Springfield Shawnee 43Sadie Oyer scored 20 points and pulled in 15 rebounds as Indian Lake won its opening game of the Division II sectional tournament in the southwest district.Ashley Oakley totaled 15 points for the Lakers (11-10).Laaci Farris paced Shawnee (10-11) with 15 points.