Girls high school basketball: Kalida upends No. 6 Liberty-Benton

Third-ranked Minster tops No. 15 Ottoville

FINDLAY — Kalida withstood being outscored 15-11 in the fourth quarter to defeat sixth-ranked Division III Liberty-Benton 38-37 in girls high school basketball Saturday.

Grace Klausing had 13 points and seven rebounds, Kathryn Siebeneck scored nine and Camille Hovest had seven points and 10 rebounds for Kalida.

Minster 59,

Ottoville 29

OTTOVILLE — Third-ranked Division IV Minster built a 26-14 halftime advantage on its way to a 54-29 girls high school basketball victory Saturday against No. 15 Ottoville.

Ivy Wolf (17), Ella Mescher (14) and Janae Hoying (11) each scored in double digits for the Wildcats. Nicole Knippen had 17 points and Alexa Honigford and Elise Kramer each scored five for the Big Green.

Miller City 53,

Arlington 36

ARLINGTON — The visiting Wildcats held a 12-3 lead at the end of the first quarter that built to 31-14 by halftime.

Abi Lammers (17), Grace Pfau (16) and Natalie Koenig (12) each scored in double digits for Miller City (8-3). Lammers also had 12 rebounds and Koenig had seven assists.

Bluffton 39, Van Buren 31

BLUFFTON — The host Pirates outscored the Black Knights 12-7 in the fourth quarter.

Kylie Stackhouse had 13 points and Kylie Monday scored 10 for Bluffton.

Columbus Grove 59,

Leipsic 43

LEIPSIC — Grove held a 22-14 lead at the end of the first quarter of the Putnam County League encounter.

Erin Downing had 15 points and nine rebounds, Sage Clement scored 12 and Kenzie King had eight points, eight rebounds and nine assists for the visiting Bulldogs. Marisa Hermiller had 12 points and Elizabeth Scheckelhoff and Krysten Martinez each scored 10 for the Vikings.

New Knoxville 45,

Wapakoneta 19

NEW KNOXVILLE — The host Rangers outscored the Redskins 27-8 in the second half.

Morgan Leffel had 15 points and Avery Henschen scored 10 for No. 7 ranked D-IV New Knoxville. Casey Minnig had six points for Wapak.

Spencerville 49,

Shawnee 36

SPENCERVILLE — Emma Leis had 22 points for the host Bearcats. Hailee Conrad had 16 points and six rebounds, Grace Freiberger had eight points and four assists and Zoe Best scored 12 for the Indians.

Elida 51,

Findlay 42

FINDLAY — Payton Kuhn and Brooke Reese each had 15 points for Elida (6-3).

Fort Jennings 47,

Pandora-Gilboa 34

FORT JENNINGS — The host Musketeers outscored the Rockets 17-5 in the third quarter after holding a 18-17 advantage at halftime of the PCL encounter.

Jessie Foust had 18 points and Reilly Fitzpatrick scored 11 for Fort Jennings. Lexie Neuenschwander had nine points and Taelor Miller and Makayla Kinsinger each scored six for P-G.

Coldwater 52, Celina 19

COLDWATER — Riley Rismiller had 13 points and 11 rebounds, Madison Wendel scored 13 and Paige Siefring and Annelise Harlamert had eight and seven rebounds respectively for the host Cavaliers.

Van Wert 52,

Lincolnview 42

MIDDLE POINT — Sofia Houg had 14 points and Kyra Welch scored 12 and 11 rebounds for Van Wert. Kendall Bollenbacher scored 15 for Lincolnview.

Parkway 63, Antwerp 44

ANTWERP – Parkway knocked off Antwerp in a non-league game at Antwerp.

Gabrielle Stober led the Panthers with 17 points. Paige Williamson had 14.

Parkway’s Allison Hughes had 11 points and Emiree Knittle had 10.

Parkway is 6-5.
Third-ranked Minster tops No. 15 Ottoville

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