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Kenton 61, St. Marys 46
KENTON — The Kenton Wildcats jumped out to a 10-point halftime lead and went on to defeat the St. Marys girls basketball team, 61-46, on Thursday night. Kelly Heitkamp, Ashleigh Falk and Molly Albert scored 10 points apiece to lead the Roughriders. St. Marys fell to 0-5 on the season and 0-2 in the Western Buckeye League. The Riders host Sidney Lehman Catholic next Thursday at 6 p.m. Kenton improved to 3-1 on the season and 1-1 in the WBL.
Celina 61, Ottawa-Glandorf 42
CELINA — The Bulldogs had three players in double figures in a 66-42 win over the Titans on Thursday. Katie Stahl paced Celina with 18 points, Hillary Heiby scored 15 points and Kylee Bader added 11 points for Celina. Nikki Ellerbrock was the lone Titan in double figures with 12 points. Celina improved to 3-2, 1-1 in the WBL. O-G slumped to 0-5, 0-2 in the WBL.
Wapakoneta 59, Elida 30
WAPAKONETA — Tasha Helmstetter’s 21 points led the Wapakoneta girls basketball team to a 59-30 win over Elida on Thursday night.
Wapakoneta jumped out to a 25-9 halftime lead.
Coldwater 49, New Bremen 46
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NEW BREMEN – The New Bremen girls basketball team made it a game scoring 25 points in the fourth quarter, but it just wasn’t enough as the Coldwater Cavaliers held on for a 49-46 victory in a MAC contest at New Bremen.
Marion Local 38, New Knoxville 28
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MARIA STEIN — Marion Local clamped down defensively to hold the Rangers to 27 percent shooting in a 38-28 win on Thursday night. Megan Seitz led Marion Local with 12 points. Margaret Wuebker added 10 points for the Flyers. New Knoxville shot 10-of-37 from the floor and 1-of-9 from beyon d the arc.Paige Lehman was the only Ranger in double figures with 13 points. Marion Local improved to 2-0 in the MAC, while New Knoxville took it’s first conference loss and drops to 2-1 in the MAC. The Rangers host Spencerville next Tuesday night at 6 p.m.
Delphos St. John's 37, Minster 36
DELPHOS – A last-second basket propelled Delphos St. Johns to a 37-36 win over Midwest Athletic Conference rival Minster on Thursday night. Trailing 35-34 in the closing seconds of the fourth quarter, Minster’s Bridget Geiger made a basket with 11 seconds remaining to give Minster a 1-point lead. St. Johns soon turned the ball over, but Minster gave the ball right back to the Blue Jays following a five-second violation while trying to inbound the ball. St. Johns took over with 9.7 seconds left and Katie Vorst then hit what turned out to be the game-winning shot with 3 seconds left.
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