Girls high school basketball: Singhaus’ free throws secure win for Bath

By Staff Reports -

BATH TOWNSHIP — Lindsay Singhaus made a pair of free throws with less than a minute remaining to give the host Wildkittens a 52-50 lead on their way to a 52-51 girls high school basketball win Saturday against Versailles.

Singhaus, who finished with 14 points and nine rebounds, converted 10 of 12 free-throw attempts.

Hale Jaidyn scored 17 also for the Wildkittens.

Ottawa-Glandorf 69,

Arlington 42

OTTAWA — The host Titans held a 37-28 lead at halftime after trailing 16-15 at the end of the first quarter.

Ashley Schroeder had 24 points and Kadie Hempfling scored 18 for O-G.

Columbus Grove 50, Elida 37

ELIDA — Grove built a 20-10 advantage by halftime. Rylee Sybert had 16 points and Carlee McCluer scored 14 for CG. Shyah Wheeler scored 14 and Brooke Reese had seven points and nine rebounds for Elida.

New Bremen 58,

Delphos Jefferson 43

NEW BREMEN — Paige Jones had 22 points and Kelly Naylor scored 11 for the host Cardinals. Alli McClurg had 17 points and Addy Stewart scored nine for the Wildcats.

Ottoville 69, Coldwater 49

OTTOVILLE — The host Big Green held a 21-10 lead at the end of the first quarter that grew to 37-17 by halftime. Cassandra Kemper (15), Kasey Knippen (14) and Bridget Landin (11) all scored in double digits for Ottoville. Kourtney Diller had 13 points and Olivia Harlemert and Lauren Bruns each scored eight for the Cavaliers.

Pandora-Gilboa 51,

Upper Scioto Valley 38

PANDORA — The host Rockets grabbed a 14-4 lead by the end of the first quarter. Kayla Ferguson had 19 points and Paige Fenstermaker scored 13 for P-G. Kaycee Carroll had nine points and Haley Hunsicker scored eight for USV.

Parkway 48, Antwerp 47

ROCKFORD — Sydney Crouch pulled down a rebound and then converted a free throw to give the Panthers the victory. Crouch finished with 13 points and seven rebounds and teammate Haley Hawk had 14 points and six rebounds.

Kalida 36, Fort Jennings 26

KALIDA — The host Wildcats saw their 22-14 halftime advantage shrink to 24-22 at the end of the third. Kalida then outscored Fort Jennings 12-4 in the fourth quarter. Sarah Klausing had 13 points and Grace Klausing scored six for the Wildcats. Madison Neidert had nine points and Makenna Ricker scored five for the Musketeers.

By Staff Reports

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