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ST. MARYS — The Roughrider girls basketball team outscored Piqua 25-5 in the second half and the Riders pulled away for a come-from-behind 41-26 win.
St. Marys won its second straight game and moved to 2-5 on the season.
Ashleigh Falk led the Roughriders with 10 points. Reagan Aller added nine points.
Christy Graves paced Piqua with nine points.
St. Marys' three-quarter court pressure forced 26 Piqua turnovers on the night.
The Riders host St. Henry on Thursday night at 6 p.m.
NEW BREMEN — Darian Rose and Reggi Brandewie scored 17 points apiece and Fort Loramie roared to a 60-34 win over New Bremen on Tuesday night.
Fort Loramie improved to 5-3.
Kyla Otting was the lone Cardinal in double figures with 10 points. Haley Moeller and Meagan Brandt each scored nine points for New Bremen, which fell to 3-5.
Delphos St. John's 62, Spencerville 48
The Blue Jays jumped out to a big first half lead and never looked back in a win over Spencerville.
Courtney Grothause scored a game-high 21 points for DSJ.
Cortney Miller led the Bearcats with 15 points.
DSJ improved to 6-2. Spencerville fell to 4-5.
â€¨CELINA — Celina made 23 free throws and had three players in double figures as it downed Mercer County foe Coldwater, 63-43, on Tuesday night.Katie Stahl led Celina with 14 points and Danielle Bihn added 13. Kylee Bader scored 10 points. Courtney Wellman led the Cavs with 14 points.
WAPAKONETA — With Wapak rallying and the Flyers clinging to a 47-42 lead late in the fourth quarter, Helmstetter grabbed a Marion Local turnover and led a 2-on-1 fast break to other end. At the last second, the Marion Local defender stepped in front of Tasha Helmstetter, whose layup appeared to cut the Flyer lead to three.
But Helmstetter was whistled for a charge and the basket was waived off. Wapakoneta head coach Rusty Allen was given a technical foul.
Marion Local’s Margaret Wuebker made both technical free throws and Brooke Winner added a basket on the ensuing possession.
Wapak would not score again as the Flyers rattled off nine unanswered points to close out the contest for the 56-42 win.