PERRY TOWNSHIP — The host Commodores built a 30-16 by halftime on their way to a 58-39 girls high school basketball victory Tuesday night against Temple Christian.
Mi’auni Hall had 13 points and Lexanna Lee scored nine to lead Perry. CeCe Worsham had 21 points and Shelby Mitchell scored eight for Temple Christian.
Columbus Grove 47
Zoe Best (18), Grace Freiberger (15) and Hailee Conrad (12) each scored in double digits for Shawnee, which outscored Grove 9-4 in the final quarter. Kenzie King had 14 points and Jaylen Sautter had nine points and six rebounds for CG.
LCC 43, Fort Jennings 21
Erin Mulcahy had 18 points and four assists and Kiegh Macklin scored 11 for Lima Central Catholic. Jessie Foust had 10 points and Reilly Fitzpatrick scored seven for Fort Jennings.
New Knoxville 57,
SPENCERVILLE — Avery Henschen had 25 points and Ellie Gabel scored 17 for the Rangers. Emma Leis had 11 points and Raigan Staup scored seven for the Bearcats.
Delphos Jefferson 54,
St. Henry 29
Alyvia Lindeman had 18 points and Kaylee Buzard scored 13 for the Wildcats. Mya Ontrop had 20 points for St. Henry.
St. Marys 30, Kalida 19
ST. MARYS — Kendall Dieringer had 10 points and Kiley Tennant scored seven for the host Roughriders. Brooke Vennekotter scored six for Kalida.
Bath 55, Marion Local 39
BATH TOWNSHIP — Esther Bolon had 16 points and Ruby Bolon and Chandler Clark scored nine each for the hosts. Alana Pohlman had 12 points and Heidi Rethman and Sammy Hoelscher each scored eight for the Flyers.
Hardin Northern 23
Katie Good had 10 points and Eris McCoy scored five for Hardin Northern.
Paulding 55, Antwerp 41
Janae Pease (15), Audrey Giesige (12) and Sadie Estle (12) each scored in double digits for Paulding.
ELIDA — The 2020 version of the Mercy Health Tip Off will be held this weekend at the Elida Fieldhouse.
The first game at 6 p.m. Friday will be Bath against Lima Central Catholic followed by Elida Bulldogs and Shawnee. The consolation game will be at 6 p.m. Saturday followed by the championship game.
Due to the COVID-19 mandates the games will be in split sessions both nights. All spectators must wear masks and observe social distancing at all times. Because of the social distancing immediate family members of the athletes are encouraged to sit in the lower bowl. All others, including students, will be asked to sit in the upper deck.
There will be no ticket sales at the door either night. Doors will open at 5:15 p.m. each night. Each school will have a limited amount of tickets. All games will be livestreamed at app.wosn.tv for $7.
Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.