BLUFFTON — Alivia Koenig had 18 points and Averey Rumer and Katie Prater each scored 11 for Bluffton in a 61-44 girls high school basketball victory Saturday against Fort Jennings. The host Pirates held a 30-15 lead at halftime. Kristen Luersman had 18 points and Madison Neidert scored nine for Fort Jennings.
Spencerville 63, LCC 45
SPENCERVILLE — Nelaya Burden had 21 points and Emma Leir (16) and Abbygayle Satterfield (10) also each reached doule digits for the host Bearcats (2-0). Rosie Williams had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Mary Kelly Mulcahy had 10 points for Lima Central Catholic.
Miller City 48, Holgate 41
MILLER CITY — The Wildcats saw their 16-7 first-quarter turn into a 26-24 deficit at halftime. Miller City then went on to outscore Holgate 12-6 in the quarter and 12-9 in the final period.
Natalie Koenig had 20 points, Adrienne Kuhlman and Kylie Berner each scored 10 and Abi Lammers had eight points and 11 rebounds for the Wildcats (1-1).
Fort Recovery 37,
WAPAKONETA — The visiting Indians recovered from a 11-6 deficit at the end of the first quarter to gain the lead at 33-32 entering the final period.
Olivia Patch had 12 points and Brooke Kahlig scored eight for Fort Recovery. Makenzie Wilson had 15 points and Katie Engle scored nine for Wapak.
New Bremen 48,
NEW BREMEN — The Cardinals held a 13-0 advantage at the end of the first quarter. Kelly Naylor had 19 points and Madison Cordonnier scored eight for New Bremen. Emily Braun had seven points for Celina.
Minster 59, Kalida 29
MINSTER — The hosts built on a 15-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. Janae Hoying (16), Ivy Wolf (15) and Demaris Wolf (11) each scored in double digits for Minster. Lauren Langhals had eight points for Kalida.
Ottoville 48, Lincolnview 34
OTTOVILLE — Nicole Knippen had 20 points and Brynlee Hanneman scored nine for Ottoville. Lakin Brant had 10 points and Adia Welch scored nine for Lincolnview.
Marion Local 51,
MARIA STEIN — No other information was reported about this game at deadline.
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