Roundup: Elida tops Spencerville in girls hoops

ELIDA — The host Bulldogs defeated Spencerville 46-36 in girls high school basketball Tuesday night.

No further information was reported about this game by deadline.

Bluffton 47, LCC 40

BLUFFTON — Samantha Scoles had 22 ponts and Ayla Grandey scored 11 for the host Pirates. Lima Central Catholic’s Olivia Stolly had 19 points, passing 1,000 for her career, and teammate Kiegh Macklin scored eight.

Columbus Grove 59,

Continental 26

CONTINENTAL — Lauryn Auchmuty had 27 points and Brynn Fortman scored seven for the the Bulldogs in a matchup of Putnam County League members. Bryn Tegankamp had 13 points and Olivia Logan scored 10 for the Pirates.

Kalida 31, Coldwater 28

KALIDA — Livia Recker had nine points and Malia Romes scored six for the host Wildcats. Riley Rismiller had 14 points to lead the Cavaliers.

Ottoville 48,

Fort Jennings 26

OTTOVILLE — Isabelle Furley had 17 points and Erica Thorbahn scored 9 for the host Big Green. Maggie Pothast led the Musketeers with 12 points.

Ada 39, Hardin Northern 25

ADA — Courtney Sumner had 16 points and Autumn Andreasen scored eight for the host Bulldogs. Lainey Thomas led the Polar Bears with 11 points.

Wapakoneta 40,

New Knoxville 28

NEW KNOXVILLE — Elisabeth Good had 17 points and Reagan Courter scored eight for the visiting Redskins. Brynn Egbert had eight points to lead the Rangers.

New Bremen 55,

Covington 46

NEW BREMEN — Marina Nelson (23), Chloe Homan (17) and Abigale Powers (13) each scored in double digits for the Cardinals.

Upper Scioto Valley 43, North Baltimore 36

NORTH BALTIMORE — Kennedy Hall and Patiance Cole each had 12 points for USV.

Delphos Jefferson 61, Antwerp 21

ANTWERP — Rylynn Marquiss had 13 points and Lyv Lindeman scored 12 for the Wildcats.

Lincolnview 58, Paulding 30

PAULDING — Makayla Jackman (22), Keria Breese (12) and Carsyn Looser (11) scored in double digits for the Lancers.

Parkway 54, Crestview 33

ROCKFORD — Gabrielle Stober had 23 points and Allison Hughes scored 21 for Parkway. Cali Gregory led Crestview with 13 points.


ONU’s Pitcovich

gets recognized

ADA — Ohio Northern fifth-year senior Tessa Pitcovich has been named the Ohio Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Month for November.

Pitcovich is now a two-time OAC Scholar-Athlete of the Month, as she earned the accolade during her senior season this past June.

A member of ONU’s cross country and track and field teams, Pitcovich recently qualified for the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships for the third time in her career en route to earning the NCAA’s Elite 90 Award for the second straight year.

The Elite 90 Award is given to the student-athlete with the highest GPA competing at each of the 90 NCAA Championships events each year. Pitcovich is the second student-athlete in ONU history to win the award twice.


Ohio Northern 35,

Heidelberg 6

TIFFIN — No. 20-ranked Ohio Northern got back-to-back-to-back falls from 141-157 to jump to a 28-0 lead en route to a 35-6 victory at Heidelberg in an Ohio Athletic Conference dual meet on Tuesday night at Sieberling Gymnasium.

The Polar Bears remain undefeated on the season with a 10-0 overall record and improved to 2-0 in OAC dual meet action. The Student Princes fall to 0-2 (0-2 OAC).

No. 2-ranked Jacob Reed and No. 10-ranked Ada graduate Chase Sumner each had first period falls and Jayden Jones recorded a third period pin to give ONU a 25-0 lead.

Wapakoneta grad Colin Mellott started the dual with a 13-0 major decision at 125.

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