KALIDA — The host Wildcats moved to 3-0 in Putnam County League play and 7-4 overall with a 43-40 girls high school basketball overtime victory Thursday night against Ottoville.
Grace Klausing had 13 points, eight rebounds and three steals and Abby Wurth had 12 points and eight rebounds for Kalida. Haley Hoersten and Kasey Knippen each scored 10 for the Big Green (9-2, 1-1 PCL).
Delphos St. John’s 70,
New Knoxville 69
DELPHOS — Betty Vorst connected on a buzzer-beater to give the Blue Jays the victory. Vorst finished with 22 points and teammates Paige Gaynier (16) and Melanie Koenig (11) also each scored in double digits. Ellie Gable (23), Megan Jorosic (18) and Jacklyn Leffel (10) each scored in double digits for the Rangers.
WAPAKONETA — Makenzie Wilson had 20 points and 12 rebounds and Kassi Saunders scored 13 for the host Redskins. Kerri Roberson had 11 points and Grace O’Connor scored nine for the Indians.
St. Marys 53,
Van Wert 44
VAN WERT — The visiting Roughriders held a 13-7 lead after one period and then went on to hold a 23-10 advantage at halftime. Carly Caywood had 13 points and Kendall Dieringer and Lauren Cisco each scored nine for St. Marys. Sierra Shaffer (13), Alexis Metz (12) and Abby Jackson (10) each reached double digits for the Cougars.
Upper Scioto Valley 31
BLUFFTON — The host Pirates held a 23-8 advantage at the end of the first quarter that grew to 37-15 by halftime. Katie Prater (20), Libby Schaadt (14) and Averey Rumer (13) each scored in double digits for Bluffton (8-3). Haylie Martin had 21 points for USV.
Coldwater 54, Parkway 30
ROCKFORD — Lauren Gilliland had 19 points and 13 rebounds and Alli May scored 16 and also contributed six steals for Coldwater. Elise Darrigan had nine points and Claire Eichler scored seven for Parkway.
Hopewell Loudon 52,
RAWSON — Zoe Chisholm had 12 points and four steals for Cory-Rawson (2-11, 0-5 Blanchard Valley Conference).
Lincolnview 54, Ridgemont 46
MOUNT VICTORY — Jordan Decker and Annie Mendenhall each had 14 points and Sierra Adams scored 11 for Lincolnview. Nadia Martino had 15 points and Faith Jenkins scored 11 for Ridgemont.
McComb 55, Pandora-Gilboa 37
MCCOMB — Lacie Fenstermaker had 13 points and Becca Luttfring scored nine for P-G.
Versailles 69, New Bremen 55
VERSAILLES — Kelly Naylor (18), Kayla Bergman (12) and Madison Cordonnier (10) each scored in double digits for New Bremen.
Patrick Henry 36
CONTINENTAL — Mitchell Coleman had 20 points and Gavin Huff scored 12 for Continental.
Flyin’ to the Hoop
Crestview will be playing in the Flyin’ to the Hoop Showcase at Kettering Fairmont High School (Trent Arena) at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20, against Minster. General admission ticket prices are $18 for adults and $10 for students and will gain admission to all Jan. 20 games. Crestview will receive a percentage of all pre-sale tickets bought at the school. The following protocol will be followed to purchase tickets until sold out:
From 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Monday in the athletic office to varsity boys basketball coaches and players for immediate family. Immediate family is defined by family members living in players’ household as well as grandparents.
From 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Tuesday in the athletic office to those previously mentioned as well as for the immediate family of varsity cheerleaders, stats and managers.
From 6-7 p.m. Wednesday to students and the general public in the high school office.
Additional non-student priced general admission tickets may also be purchased at flyintothehoop.com/ftth-tickets/. Student tickets for $10 can only be purchased at Crestview.
Wapakoneta 60, Shawnee 24
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Wapakoneta’s Gavin Hall (120 pounds), Keaton Elling (126), Luke Beach (145), Jacob Schlesselman (152) and Brenan Knueve (285) and Shawnee’s Cory Beach (132), Dylan Kohlhorst (138) and Joey Hale (220) each recorded pins.
COLDWATER — Allen East defeated the host Cavaliers 42-35 and Coldwater topped Parkway 60-18. Individual results as well as the outcome of Parkway against Allen East were not reported.
Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.