MCGUFFEY — Olivia Stolly, who had 21 points, became Lima Central Catholic’s second all-time girls scoring leader, passing Jill Downing’s total of 1,208, in the Thunderbirds’ 48-33 victory Saturday against Upper Scioto Valley. Stolly now has 1,211 for her career. Stolly’s sister Madison is the all-time girls scoring leader with 1,828. Bridget Mulcahy scored 14 for Lima Central Catholic (7-11). Kennedy Hall had 13 points and and Nevah Lowery scored nine for USV.
Delphos Jefferson 62,
DELPHOS — Lyv Lindeman had 21 points and Hannah Wiltsie scored 16 for Jefferson (16-1). Skylar Turnwald had eight points and Jessa Burgei scored five for Ottoville.
Kenton 61, Arlington 46
KENTON — Tatum Miller (21), Sadie Larrabee (13) and Gabi Wetherill (12) each scored in double digits for the host Wildcats.
COLDWATER — Riley Rismiller had 23 points and 14 rebounds, Becca Wenning scored eight and finished with six rebounds and Claire Steinke collected 12 rebounds for the host Cavaliers.
Lima Senior 44,
Marion Harding 41
MARION — Anya James had 11 points, Ti’ana Spivey scored 11 with six rebounds and Tillie Nelson finished with nine rebounds for Lima Senior.
Kalida 51, Miller City 32
MILLER CITY — Camille Hovest had 11 points and Livia Recker scored nine for Kalida. Jorden Schnike had nine points and Liz Otto scored six for Miller City.
PANDORA — Bryn Tegenkamp had 25 points and Makenzie Shock scored 12 for the Pirates. Ava Huffman had eight points and Paige Ferguson scored seven for P-G.
Parkway 66, Perry 26
ROCKFORD — Gabrielle Stober (20), Paige Williamson (16) and Allison Hughes (13) scored in double digits for the Panthers. Tyanah Gordon had eight points and Mary Hoersten scored seven for the Commodores.
Fort Loramie 48, Bath 36
BATH TOWNSHIP — Elena Oliver had 21 points and Anne Oliver scored six for the host Wildkittens against the No. 2 ranked Division IV Redskins.
WAYNESFIELD — Raegan Hutchison had 14 points and Tatelyn Faraglia scored eight for W-G.
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