Upper Scioto Valley held Fairbanks to just 30% (17-55) from the field in their 73-43 win Tuesday.
Emily Patton had a monster game, scoring 24 points and grabbing 12 rebounds for the 15-3 Lady Rams.
Shelby Spradlin (16 points), Alyssa Miller (14 points), and Kaycee Carroll (10 points) all eclipsed double figures for USV.
The Lady Rams out rebounded Fairbanks by a 40-22 margin.
Liberty-Benton 63, Bluffton 27
Liberty-Benton jumped out to a 21-7 lead after one quarter, and never looked back as they roughed up Bluffton 63-27.
Jensen Hiegel and Schy Shepherd each scored 10 points for Liberty-Benton. Sydney Lasiter, Savannah Richards, and Abbie Reynolds each scored 9 points for the Lady Eagles.
Bluffton was led by Alivia Koenig’s 7 points.
With the win Liberty-Benton moves to 16-2, while Bluffton falls to 14-5.
Kalida 45, Holgate 34
Kalida knocked down 80% of their free throws (15-17) and Lauren Langhals exploded for 18 points in the Lady Wildcats 45-34 win over Holgate.
Sarah Klausing chipped in 14 points and 8 rebounds in the win.
Madilyn Hoehnberger scored a team-high 15 points and grabbed a team-high 7 rebounds, and played every second of the game for Holgate.
Kalida moves to 10-10 with the win, while Holgate drops to 9-10.
New Bremen 52, Spencerville 38
Jane Homan’s 15 points led New Bremen to a 52-38 win on Tuesday.
New Bremen outscored Spencerville 12-3 in the second stanza to really open things up.
Spencerville was led by Julie Mulholland’s 11 points, while Jenna Henline chipped in 10 points in the loss.
New Bremen improves to 9-11, while Spencerville falls to 4-12.
Monroeville 62, Hardin Northern 57 OT
Hardin Northern rallied to force overtime, but couldn’t overcome a big night from Monroeville’s Kara Schafer, who scored 21 points in Monroeville’s 62-57 victory.
Ashton Dye scored 21 points for the Lady Polar Bears, while Kamryn Hopson chipped in 10 points. Holly Wilson was held to just 8 points, but grabbed 10 rebounds in the loss.
Hardin Northern drops to 8-13 with the loss.
Wayne Trace 67, Continental 29
Danae Myers was a force to be reckoned with Tuesday, as she scored 21 points and hauled in 11 rebounds as Wayne Trace beat Continental 67-29.
Claire Sinn scored 17 points, while Kaylee Shepherd scored 13 points in the win.
Continental was led by Amber Logan’s 16 points.
Wayne Trace moves to 18-1 with the win, while Continental falls to 1-18.