Fairview 63, Archbold 55
The Fairview girls basketball team jumped out to a 14-7 lead after the first quarter and was able to hold on to beat visiting Archbold 63-55 on Tuesday night.
Senior Riley Mealer led the Apaches with 16 points and added five rebounds. Carrie Zeedyk made all eight of her free-throw attempts to finish with 12 points. Karrie Smith added 11 points for Fairview, while Kiersten Cline finished with nine points and five rebounds. Cassie Mavis added eight points.
Fairview boosts its record to 2-1 as it prepares for its first Green Meadows Conference matchup of the season at Hicksville (0-3) on Thursday.
Pettisville 37, Stryker 36
The Pettisville girls basketball team shot 14-for-33 (42 percent) from the field and held Stryker to 11-for-51 shooting (22 percent) to beat the Panthers 37-36 on Tuesday night.
Freshman Sage Woolace was the only Panther in double-digits with 12 points, with a 3-pointer and five free throws. Haylee Fulk made two 3-pointers of her own to finish with eight points. Makenzie Cadwell and Abigail Grice had five points apiece, while Kinsey Myers and Kalista Blevins rounded out the Panthers’ scoring with three points each.
Jessica McWatters led Pettisville with 10 points, while Mikayla Graber added nine points and Elise Hartzler and Xavia Borden added eight points apiece.
Stryker’s record drops to 2-1, including 1-1 in the Buckeye Border Conference. The Panthers’ next game is at home against North Central (1-3, 1-2) on Friday.
Fayette 48, Edon 28
The Edon girls basketball team was outscored 16-2 in the third quarter by Fayette and couldn’t recover, eventually falling 48-28 to the Eagles on Tuesday night.
Claire Radabaugh and Kerrin Towers paced the Bombers with six points apiece. Riley Bloir and Carlie Kiess chipped in with four points. Sydney Bignell, Paige Briner, Zoe Maier and Ashley Kaylor each contributed two points
Trista Fruchey led Fayette with 20 points, while Jensyn Robinson supplemented that with 11 points of her own.
Edon’s record drops to 2-3, including 2-1 in the BBC. The Bombers return to action when they host Montpelier (2-1, 2-1) next Tuesday.
Wauseon 68, Edgerton 46
A big scoring night from Ally Cape wasn’t enough for Edgerton on Tuesday night, as the Bulldogs fell 68-46 on the road against Wauseon.
Cape made three 3-pointers and went 5-for-6 at the free-throw line to finish with 20 points for Edgerton. Rylei Moreno was the Bulldogs’ next-highest scorer with eight points, while Faith Herman and Emma Siebenaler pitched in with six points apiece.
Chelsie Raabe led Wauseon with 20 points. Sam Aeschliman added 15 points on 8-for-9 free-throw shooting, while Marisa Seiler contributed 13 points.
Edgerton’s record slips to 1-2 on the year. The Bulldogs return to action on Friday night when they host Archbold.