North Central 42 Edgerton 33
Edgerton led 8-7 after one quarter before the Lady Eagles used a 16-7 second quarter to take the lead and go on to a 42-33 win. Madison Brown topped North Central (5-4) with 14 points while Rylei Moreno had seven to lead the Bulldogs (1-8).
Fayette 46 Hicksville 30
Fayette’s Trista Fruchey had 17 points, including the 1,000th point of her career, as the Lady Eagles earned their first win of the season. Fayette (1-4) jumped out to a 20-5 lead after the first quarter as Gracee Bingman hit a pair of triples and Amber Ganoa connected on one from deep.
Wauseon 70 Clay 19
Wauseon (8-3) bounced back from a loss at Bryan with a convincing win at Clay led by 31 points from Marisa Selier. Hayley Meyer had 17 for the Indians and Autumn Pelok added 10.
Ayersville 37 Pettisville 23
Ayersville had an 11-1 advantage at the free throw line to help them to a 37-23 win over Pettisville (0-8). Ellie Grieser led the Pettisville offense with three treys and finished with 11 points.
Edon 41 Stryker 37
After trailing 28-25 at halftime and most of the second half, Edon used a 9-4 fourth quarter to rally for the win over Stryker. Allison Kaylor had 12 points for the Bombers (2-6, 1-2 in BBC) and Carlie Kiess added 10. Sage Woolace topped Stryker (3-5, 3-2), who hit five three-pointers in the first half as a team, with 17 points.
Fairview d. Hilltop 52-41
Wauseon d. Clay 42-32
Edgerton d. North Central 21-16
Edon d. Stryker 22-19
Pettisville d. Ayersville 18-15 (2 quarters)
Pettisville 49 Edon 29
Pettisville limited Edon to just 24% shooting and forced 17 turnovers as they rolled to a 49-29 win. Joey Ripke and Max Leppelmeier led the Blackbirds (7-1, 5-0 in BBC) with 15 points each. Drew Gallehue tallied 13 points for Edon (2-3, 2-2) and Jack Berry added 10.
Archbold 41 Edgerton 28
Ashton Kammeyer scored eight of his game 12 points in the first half to lead Archbold (8-3) past the Bulldogs. Troy Wolfe had 10 points for Edgerton (2-4) in the loss.
Swanton 48 Clay 44
Pettisville d. Edon 27-25
Archbold d. Edgerton 41-22