MILLER CITY - Miller City outscored Delphos Jefferson in the middle two quarters Tuesday evening to claim a 61-56 non-league win.
Jefferson outscored Miller City 23-17 in a high scoring first quarter before the home Wildcats rallied in the second quarter for a 31-30 halftime lead with a 14-7 scoring margin. Miller City added to its lead with a 14-10 third quarter scoring advantage.
Chrissy Berger led four Miller City players in double digits with 16 points and she had seven rebounds. Tiffany Welty added 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds, while Alison Ruhe had 11 points and Kylie Berner had 10 points. Megan Warnimont pulled down eight rebounds for the Wildcats.
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HAMLER - Leipsic outscored Patrick Henry in the second half Tuesday evening to claim a 54-51 non-league win.
The Vikings trailed 26-19 at halftime before pulling within 38-36 after three quarters with a 17-12 scoring margin. Leipsic completed their comeback with an 18-13 fourth quarter scoring margin.
Kierra Meyer led the Vikings with 17 points and Heather Lammers finished with 13 points. Brooke Gerdeman had eight points and seven rebounds.
Natalie Herder had 16 points for the Patriots and Courtney Rosebrock added 10 points.
KALIDA - Kalida outscored Lincolnview in the middle two quarters Tuesday evening to claim a 38-31 non-league win.
The Lancers had a 6-5 first quarter lead before the Ladycats outscored them 10-4 in the second quarter for a 15-10 halftime lead. Kalida stretched its lead with an 8-2 third quarter scoring margin.
Sarah Klausing had a double-double for Kalida with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Kara Siefker and Taylor Lucke both had eight points.
Kayla Schimmoeller had 13 points and six rebounds for the Lancers and Alena Looser had 10 points.
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FORT JENNINGS - Elida overcame a slow start Tuesday evening to claim a 49-40 non-league win.
The Musketeers had a 19-12 lead after the opening quarter before the Bulldogs used a 17-5 run in the second quarter for a 29-24 halftime lead. After Ft. Jennings outscored the Bulldogs 10-9 in the third quarter, the Bullogs used an 11-6 fourth quarter scoring run for the win.
Vanessa Wallenhorst had 10 points for the Musketeers. Abby Von Sossan and Lillian Wsner both had seven points.