Basketball roundup: Clark’s 3-point barrage leads Bath


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By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



FINDLAY — Will Clark hit five three-pointers on his way to a 21-point night, leading Bath (3-6) to a 58-29 victory in a non-league boys basketball game at Liberty-Benton.

Devon Kinyon added 10 points for the Wildcats, who outscored the Eagles a combined 47-12 in the second and third quarters.

Three players paced Liberty-Benton with seven points apiece.

Parkway 88, Ridgemont 50

ROCKFORD — Mason Baxter had 27 points, and Logan Huff added nine rebounds as Parkway cruised at home.

The Panthers (5-3) topped 20 points in all but the fourth quarters on the way to the 38-point win.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wapakoneta 52, Dunbar 31

WAPAKONETA — Wapakoneta turned a one-point deficit in the first quarter into an 11-point edge at the half on the Redskins’ way to a big win against Dayton Dunbar.

Sarah Pothast had 22 points, and Alexis Jacobs added 14, including three 3-pointers, for Wapakoneta (7-1).

Spencerville 42, Fort Jennings 38

FORT JENNINGS — Spencerville (6-2) used a 16-8 run in the third quarter and withstood an 11-3 rally at Fort Jennings.

Jenna Henline had 14 points, including four three-pointers, to lift the Bearcats.

Annabelle Wisner led Fort Jennings (1-9) with 13 points, while Kristen Luersman added 10.

Ottawa-Glandorf 47, Columbus Grove 19

OTTAWA — Kadie Hempfling scored 12 points and Ashley Schroeder added 10 for Ottawa-Glandorf (8-1) at home.

No Columbus Grove (3-6) player scored more than seven points. The Titans’ crushing defense allowed just two points in the second quarter and one in the fourth quarter.

St. Marys 60, Bellefontaine 38

BELLEFONTAINE — St. Marys outscored Bellefontaine 33-14 in the second half on its way to a convincing win.

Syd Cisco and MaKenna Mele each tallied 18 points in the win, while Jill Schmitmeyer added 10 for the Roughriders (5-4).

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