Girls basketball: Ottawa-Glandorf turns away Kalida


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Ottawa-Glandorf’s Brianna Schimmoeller goes up for a shot against Kalida’s Taylor Lucke during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School. See more game photos at LimaScores.com.

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Brianna Schimmoeller goes up for a shot against Kalida’s Taylor Lucke during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School. See more game photos at LimaScores.com.


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Kalida’s Sarah Klausing fights for a rebound against Ottawa-Glandorf’s Mackenzie Meyer, left, during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School.

Kalida’s Sarah Klausing fights for a rebound against Ottawa-Glandorf’s Mackenzie Meyer, left, during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School.


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Ottawa-Glandorf’s Ashley Schroeder drives to the basket against Kalida’s McKayla Maag during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School.


Kelli Cardinal | The Lima News

OTTAWA — Kadie Hempfling had 15 points, 11 rebounds and four steals as Ottawa-Glandorf defeated Kalida 43-34 in girls high school basketball Saturday.

The host Titans won the rebound battle 26-22 and committed 20 turnovers to the Wildcats’ 32.

O-G’s Brianna Schimmoeller and Kalida’s Sarah Klausing, Taylor Lucke and Kara Siefker each had nine points.

Lima Senior 56, Toledo Scott 36

LIMA — Ryann Miller had 10 points and Destiny McDonald and Latone Cowan each scored nine for the host Spartans (1-1).

Wapakoneta 34, Fort Recovery 32

FORT RECOVERY — Alex Debell and Jessica Kahlig each made a free throw in the final 11 seconds as the visiting Redskins outscored the Indians 12-4 in the fourth quarter.

Jessica Davis and Lexi Jacobs each had 10 points for Wapak. Carley Stone had 12 points and Grace Thien scored seven for Fort Recovery.

Bath 46, Columbus Grove 44

COLUMBUS GROVE — Bath bounced back from a 29-24 halftime defict to lead 38-37 after three quarters. Hale had 14 points and Ketcham scored nine for Bath. McCluer had 20 points and Sybert scored 11 for Grove.

Holgate 55, Miller City 46

HOLGATE — Koenig had 16 points and five rebounds and A Kuhlman scored 10 for Miller City, which outrebounded Holgate 32-25 and committed 18 turnovers to the Tigers’ 13.

New Bremen 61, Celina 31

CELINA — Kelly Naylor had 13 points and Jane Homan scored nine for the visiting Cardinals. Makenna Klingshirn had 12 points and Lauren Jackson scored nine for the Bulldogs.

Mohawk 44, Cory-Rawson 23

SYCAMORE — Sami Roth had 10 points and Zoe Chisholm scored nine for C-R (2-3).

Van Buren 54, Hardin Northern 27

DOLA — Maddie Grappy had 10 points and Quinn Stewart-Evans scored nine for Hardin Northern.

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Brianna Schimmoeller goes up for a shot against Kalida’s Taylor Lucke during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School. See more game photos at LimaScores.com.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2017/12/web1_120117KalidaOGBBall01cardinal.jpgOttawa-Glandorf’s Brianna Schimmoeller goes up for a shot against Kalida’s Taylor Lucke during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School. See more game photos at LimaScores.com. Kelli Cardinal | The Lima News
Kalida’s Sarah Klausing fights for a rebound against Ottawa-Glandorf’s Mackenzie Meyer, left, during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2017/12/web1_120117KalidaOGBBall02cardinal.jpgKalida’s Sarah Klausing fights for a rebound against Ottawa-Glandorf’s Mackenzie Meyer, left, during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School. Kelli Cardinal | The Lima News
Ottawa-Glandorf’s Ashley Schroeder drives to the basket against Kalida’s McKayla Maag during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2017/12/web1_120117KalidaOGBBall05cardinal.jpgOttawa-Glandorf’s Ashley Schroeder drives to the basket against Kalida’s McKayla Maag during Saturday’s gameat Ottawa-Glandorf High School. Kelli Cardinal | The Lima News

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