Girls basketball roundup: Kalida shoots 50 percent from the field in victory against Elida

By Staff Reports -

KALIDA — The host Wildcats outrebounded Elida 30-21 and connected on 16 of 32 shots from the field in securing a 40-27 girls high school basketball victory Saturday.

Abby Wurth had 10 points and five rebounds, Lauren Langhals had nine points and five rebounds, McKayla Maag scored nine and Grace Klausing had 10 boards for Kalida. Amira Freeman had 10 points and Hayleigh Bacome and Alissa Cuffy had five rebounds each for Elida.

Kalida committed 25 turnovers compared to Elida’s 15.

Allen East 67, Elgin 61

MARION — Kate Newland had 26 points and Tori Newland and Lakin Basham had 10 points each for Allen East (4-1).

Liberty-Benton 92,

Lima Senior 47

FINDLAY — Nakiya Sigman had 15 points and AJ Bullock scored nine for Lima Senior.

Miller City 63,

Pandora-Gilboa 39

MILLER CITY — The host Wildcats committed 10 turnovers compared to P-G’s 25 in the Putnam County encounter.

Lacie Fenstermaker had 14 points and nine rebounds and Becca Luttfring scored 14 for Pandora-Gilboa, which won the rebound battle 23-18. Miller City’s individual scoring was not reported by deadline.

Ada 50, Perry 37

ADA — The host Bulldogs held a 36-27 lead at the end of the third quarter after trailing 22-21 at halftime.

Miranda Wills had 21 points and Megan Light and Kirsten Poling scored seven each for Ada. Tia Barfield had 15 points and Lily Floyd scored 12 for Perry.

Waynesfield-Goshen 49,

Cory-Rawson 41

WAYNESFIELD — Kayla Wicker had 27 points and Rylie Barrington scored eight for the host Tigers. Zoe Chisholm had 19 points, six steals and five rebounds for Cory-Rawson.

St. Henry 64,

Mississinawa Valley 17

ST. HENRY — The Redskins held a 25-4 lead at the end of the first quarter. No individual game stats were reported by deadline.

Other scores

Ottawa-Glandorf 57, Fort Recovery 36; Arlington 71, Ridgemont 24.

By Staff Reports

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