Roundup: Ottoville turns away Crestview in girls hoops


By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



CONVOY — Ottoville improved to 2-0 on the season with a 52-39 victory against Crestview in girls basketball Saturday.

Bridget Landin had 14 points and five rounds and Amber Miller had 10 points for Ottoville, which connected on seven of 15 3-point attempts for 46 percent and committed six turnovers compared to the host Knights’ 24.

Paige Motycka had 22 points and 11 rebounds Lexi Gregory scored eight for Crestview, which won the rebound battle 25-13.

Lincolnview 54, Continental 26

VAN WERT — Lincolnview went from a 19-14 advantage to a 36-20 lead after three quarters.

Alena Looser and Kayla Schimmoeller each had 11 points for Lincolnview, which outrebounded Continental 24-17 and committed six turnovers compared to the Pirates’ eight.

Minster 53, Jackson Center 27

MINSTER — Demaris Wolf had 16 points and Ivy Wolf scored 10 for Minster.

McDonald’s tournament

BLUFFTON — Arlington defeated the host Pirates 60-42 in the championship game.

Alivia Keonig had 11 points and Libby Schaadt scored nine and pulled down seven rebounds for Bluffton. Zoe Chisholm had 12 points and Sarah Curth had eight rebounds for C-R.

Allen East topped Cory-Rawson 45-27 in the consolation matchup. Tori Newland had 13 points and nine rebounds and Lauren Criblez scored 12 and had a dozen rebounds for Allen East.

Arlington’s Jenna Pepple was named the event’s MVP and was joined on the all-tournament team by Newland, Chisholm, Schaadt, Koenig and Arlington’s Hannah Willow and Kylie Sheets.

Other scores

Kenton 54, Lima Central Catholic 37; Mansfield Christian 40, Temple Christian 28; Botkins 60, Parkway 44.

Football

St. Francis 30,

Northwestern College 3

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Top-ranked St. Francis (12-0) advanced to the semifinals of the NAIA playoffs with the win against No. 10 Northwestern College (10-2).

Van Wert graduate Gavin Gardner converted a 27-yard field goal as well as three extra points and Lima Central Catholic grad Lee Stewart III had a solo and two assisted tackles for St. Francis. Columbus Grove alum Rece Roney, an offensive lineman, also played for the Cougars.

Colleges

Women’s basketball

Bluffton 86, Kalamazoo 70

BLUFFTON — Allen East grad Kaycee Rowe led the Beavers with 25 points, going 11-of-16 from the field. She added six boards, three assists and two steals. Breanna Graham went 7-for-10 for a career-high 17 points. Chipping in 13 points was Abigail O’Donnell.

Ohio Northern 54,

Ohio Wesleyan 36

DELAWARE — No. 7-ranked Ohio Northern claimed its third consecutive victory.

The Polar Bears improved to 3-1 overall, while the Battling Bishops dropped to 0-4 on the season.

Amy Bullimore recorded her second consecutive and 23rd career double-double to lead Northern. She tallied a game-high 22 points and added 11 rebounds.

Tori Wyss (Ada) added five points and seven rebounds.

Union College 85, UNOH 77

KINGSPORT, Tenn. — The Racers fell to 2-6 on the season with the double overtime loss in the NAIA D2 Showcase.

Men’s basketball

Washington (Mo.) 77,

Ohio Northern 73

CINCINNATI — Nate Burger poured in a career-high 33 points and Brandon Waugh added 11 points against the No. 9-ranked Bears (4-0) at the Harrington Center.

The Polar Bears (1-1 overall) will wrap up the Mount Saint Joseph Tip-Off Classic with a 3 p.m. contest today against Case Western Reserve (0-3).

Southeastern 71, UNOH

KINGSPORT, Tenn. — Southeastern’s CJ Reese made the winning basket with 2.3 seconds remaining during the NAIA D2 Showcase. The Racers fell to 4-4 on the season.

By Staff Reports

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