VAN BUREN — Leipsic held Van Buren to 11 first-half points while scoring 36 en route to an easy 76-33 win over the Black Knights on Thursday in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball.
Leipsic (14-3, 7-1 BVC) kept its BVC title hopes alive with the win. The Vikings need a win over McComb and Arlington to upset Liberty-Benton next Thursday to earn a share of the title.
Amerber Gerdeman led four Leipsic players who scored in double-figures with 17 points. Haley Gerten and Shaylynn Morman finished with 12 points each and Kelly Nadler added 10 points and a game-high 14 rebounds for the Vikings.
Lexi Hassan had seven points to lead Van Buren (3-13, 2-6), which was held to 17 percent (11 of 63), including 6 of 37 (16 percent) from inside the 3-point line.
Leipsic made 59 percent (32 of 54) of its field goal attempts and was 4 of 7 (57 percent) from 3-point range.

LEIPSIC (14-3, 7-1)
Ellerbrock 3-0–8, Scheckelhoff 3-0–6, Rieman 2-0–4, Morman 3-2-0–12, Gerdeman 6-5–17, Nadler 5-0–10, Gerten 5-2–12, Steffan 2-1–5, Niese 1-0–2. TOTALS: 32-54 8-18–76.
VAN BUREN (3-13, 2-6)
Wise 1-3–5, Endicott 2-0–4, Lasley 0-2-0–6, Hassan 0-2-1–7, Sudlow 1-2–4, Sturgill 2-0–4, McCracken 0-1-0–3. TOTALS: 11-63 6-13–33.
Leipsic 19 17 21 19 — 76
Van Buren 6 5 12 10 — 33
3-Point GOALS: Leipsic 4-7 (Ellerbrock & Morman 2); Van Buren 5-26 (Ladley & Hassen 2, McCracken).
rebounds: Leipsic 47 (Nadler 14, Gerdeman 8); Van Buren 28.
turnovers: Leipsic 22; Van Buren 22.
junior varsity: Leipsic 41-11.
CORY-RAWSON 54
HARDIN NORTHERN 35
RAWSON — Kiley Scott and Megan Ritter finished with 18 points each as Cory-Rawson cruised to a 54-35 Blanchard Valley Conference victory Thursday night against Hardin Northern.
The Hornets, who improve to 6-11 overall and 2-6 in the BVC, built a 14-4 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back.
The Polar Bears hit just 28.9 percent (13 of 45) of their shots from the field and were outrebounded 36-21 in the contest.
Kylee Hooker tallied nine points and Holly Wilson added six points and seven rebounds for Hardin Northern (2-15, 1-7).

HARDIN NORTHERN (2-15, 1-7 BVC)
Campbell 1-2–4, Curtis 2-1–5, S. Schlatter 0-0–0, Watts 2-1–5, Madison 3-0–6, Roth 0-0–0, H. Wilson 2-2–6, K. Schlatter 0-0–0, Hooker 3-1–9, Dye 0-0–0. TOTALS: 13-45 7-20 — 35.
CORY-RAWSON (6-11, 2-6 BVC)
Scott 7-2–18, Burkholder 1-1–3, Von Stein 0-2–2, Ritter 7-4–18, Tuttle 3-2–11, Heldman 0-0–0, Rettig 1-0–2, Galvan 0-0–0. TOTALS: 20-52 11-15 — 54.
Hardin Northern 4 12 5 14 — 35
Cory-Rawson 14 8 15 17 — 54
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 2-12 (Hooker 2); Cory-Rawson 3-10 (Scott 2, Tuttle).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 21 (H. Wilson 7); Cory-Rawson 36.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 18; Cory-Rawson 11.
junior varsity: Hardin Northern, 31-9.
MCCOMB 75
VANLUE 31
MCCOMB — McComb scored 26 points in the first quarter and 45 in the first half on its way to an easy 75-31 win Thursday over Vanlue in Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball play.
Nora Hemminger finished with 24 points, Emily Clymer scored 21 and Brenna Dee added 10 for the host Panthers (11-7, 4-4 BVC).
Led by Clymer with six rebounds and Dee with five, the Panthers outrebounded Vanlue 22-16.
Vanlue, which trailed by 16 after first period and 41 at halftime, was led by Haley Bonham’s 10 points. Chloe Kromer and Jackie Kloepfer had four rebounds each for the Wildcats (3-14, 0-8).

VANLUE (3-14, 0-8)
Bonham 5-0–10, Gerschutz 1-0–2, Kromer 4-0–8, Hartman 2-1-0–7 (3), Kloepfer 1-2–4. TOTALS: 14-37 2-8–31.
MCCOMB (11-7, 4-4)
Hemminger 11-1–24, Buck 2-0–5, Dee 5-0–10, Hammond 1-1–4, Clymer 8-5–21, Herr 4-1–9, Reigle 1-0–2. TOTALS: 32-51 8-12–75.
Vanlue 10 4 8 9 — 31
McComb 26 19 15 15 — 75
3-Point GOALS: Vanlue 1-7 (Hartman); McComb 3-7 (Hemminger, Hammond & Buck).
rebounds: Vanlue 16 (Kromer, Kloepfer 4); McComb 22 (Clymer 6,Dee 5).

ARLINGTON 62
PANDORA-GILBOA 51
ARLINGTON — Arlington outscored Pandora-Gilboa 45-32 after the first quarter to erase an early deficit and down the Rockets 62-51 in a Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball game Thursday night.
The Red Devils, who improved to 12-5 overall and 6-2 in BVC play, hit 51 percent (19 of 37) of their shots from the field and made 70 percent (21 of 30) at the free-throw line.
Pandora-Gilboa (8-8, 4-4 BVC) led 19-17 after the first period, but saw that lead evaporate behind a 12-7 Arlington run before halftime. The Rockets shot 37 percent (16 of 43) from the field and were outrebounded 32-17.
Sierra Nichols led the Red Devils with 16 points, Whitney Dodds added 11 points and eight rebounds and Hannah Johnson tallied five assists and five steals.
Pandora-Gilboa got 18 points and six boards from Megan Maag, while Olivia Maag notched 11 points and Anna Abelovska snatched six steals and five rebounds.

PANDORA-GILBOA (8-8, 4-4 BVC)
O. Maag 2-5–11, Watkins 1-1–3, Bre. Hovest 1-1–3, M. Maag 5-8–18, Abelovska 2-0–4, Bri. Hovest 0-0–0, McCullough 2-0–4, Hermiller 3-0–8. TOTALS: 16-43 15-22 — 51.
ARLINGTON (12-5, 6-2 BVC)
Webb 1-0–2, H. Johnson 0-5–5, Mains 3-0–8, M. Johnson 0-0–0, Dillon 2-2–6, McMath 0-0–0, Dodds 3-4–11, Heaster 1-4–6, Nichols 6-4–16, Alexander 3-2–8. TOTALS: 19-37 21-30 — 62.
Pandora-Gilboa 19 7 11 14 — 51
Arlington 17 12 14 19 — 62
3-Point GOALS: Pandora-Gilboa 4-13 (O. Maag & Hermiller 2); Arlington 3-9 (Mains 2, Dodds).
rebounds: Pandora-Gilboa 17 (M. Maag 6); Arlington 32 (Dodds 8).
turnovers: Pandora-Gilboa 22; Arlington 26.
junior varsity: Arlington, 48-16.

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CAREY — Carey’s Jared Wentling and Zach Boes combined to outscore the entire Tiffin Calvert team as the Blue Devils crushed the Senecas 82-51 in a Midland Athletic League game on Thursday.
Wentling scored a game-high 28 points, and Boes added 24, including three 3-pointers. Bryan Powers also scored in double figures (16 points) for Carey, which outscored Tiffin Calvert 28-12 in the first quarter.
Mike Bennett scored 14 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Tiffin Calvert (4-10, 3-4 MAL).

tiffin calvert (4-10, 3-4 MAL)
Bennett 5-1–14, Smith 2-2–6, Burns 2-0–4, Behm 2-0–5, Ritzler 1-0–2, Ball 4-0–9, Sommers 4-0–8, Perry 1-1–3. TOTALS: 21-46 4-9–51.
carey (13-3, 7-0 MAL)
Holsinger 1-1–4, Boes 10-1–24, Powers 6-2–16, L. Wentling 1-0–2, J. Wentling 13-2–28, Rymer 2-0–4, Griffin 2-0–4. TOTALS: 35-53 6-8–82.
Tiffin Calvert 12 8 15 16 – 51
Carey 28 15 25 14 – 82
3-Point GOALS: Tiffin Calvert 5-7 (Bennett 3, Behm & Ball); Carey 6-11 ( Boes 3, Powers 2, Holsinger).
rebounds: Tiffin Calvert 12, Carey 31.
turnovers: Tiffin Calvert 15, Carey 12.
junior varsity: Carey, 41-33.
OLD FORT 51
HOPEWELL-LOUDON 31
BASCOM — Old Fort raced out to a 34-16 halftime lead and got 18 points, six rebounds, six steals and five assists from Hunter Perry to cruise past Hopewell-Loudon 51-31 Thursday night in Midland Athletic League play.
The Stockaders (11-4, 7-0 MAL) shot 35 percent (21 of 59) from the field and forced the Chieftains into 24 turnovers, while only committing eight.
Jon Lotycz contributed 12 points for Old Fort.
The Chieftains (8-8, 5-2) were paced by Ryan Lommerse’s 15 points and nine rebounds.

OLD FORT (11-4, 7-0 MAL)
Cleveland 2-0–6, Bannister 3-0–6, Steyer 4-0–8, Perry 7-3–18, Anstead 0-0–0, Lotycz 5-2-12, Bryon 0-1–1, Alexander 0-0–0. TOTALS: 21-59 6-13 — 51.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON (8-8, 5-2 MAL)
Hill 2-0–4, Depinet 0-0–0, Lommerse 6-2–15, Feathers 0-0–0, Steinmetz 0-0–0, Bodart 0-0–0, Sadler 1-0–3, Salem 1-1–4, Sendelbach 2-1–5. TOTALS: 12-37 4-14 — 31.
Old Fort 15 19 12 5 – 51
Hopewell-Loudon 6 10 5 10 – 31
3-Point GOALS: Old Fort 3-18 (Cleveland 2, Perry); Hopewell-Loudon 3-17 (Lommerse, Sadler & Salem).
rebounds: Old Fort 29 (Cleveland 7); Hopewell-Loudon 32 (Lommerse 9).
turnovers: Old Fort 8; Hopewell-Loudon 24.
junior varsity: Hopewell-Loudon, 39-29.
NEW RIEGEL 61
SENECA EAST 53
ATTICA — New Riegel needed a fourth-quarter rally to avoid a major upset on Thursday when the Blue Jackets caught and overcame Seneca East 61-53 in Midland Athletic League boys basketball action.
Senior Jake Dryfuse led New Riegel (6-8, 5-2 MAL) with 18 points.
The Blue Jackets also got excellent play from 6-foot sophomores Grant Lescallett, who scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and Austin Mathias, who knocked down two 3-pointers and added 13 points.

NEW RIEGEL (6-8, 5-2 mal)
Lascallett 4-4–14, Mathias 5-1–13, Cassidy 1-1–3, Ink 1-3–6, Dryfuse 8-0–18, Acree 2-0–5, Kirian 1-0–2. TOTALS: 22-49 9-16–61.
SENEA EAST (0-15, 0-6 MAL)
Caudill 8-2–20, Daniel 4-0–11, Diehm 2-0–4, Waggoner 1-0–2, Hall 1-0–2, Taylor 7-0–14. TOTALS: 23-49 2-4–53.
New Riegel 12 9 19 21 – 61
Seneca East 13 13 17 10 – 53
3-Point GOALS: New Riegel 8-21 (Lascallett 2, Mathias 2, Ink, Dryfuse 2, Acree); Seneca East 5-15 (Caudll 2, Daniel 3).
REBOUNDS: New Riegel 23 (Lascallett 9); Seneca East 26 (Caudill 10).
TURNOVERS: New Riegel 12, Seneca East 16.
JUNIOR VARSITY: New Riegel, 46-19.
ELMWOOD 54
WOODMORE 46
BLOOMDALE — Trevor Solether’s 13 points and eight rebounds helped Elmwood rally from a 29-23 halftime deficit to defeat Woodmore 54-46 in Northern Buckeye Conference action Thursday night.
The Royals (3-11, 2-6 NBC) shot 39.5 percent (17 of 43) from the field and hit 76.2 percent (16 of 21) from the free-throw line, while edging the Wildcats on the glass 26-22.
Aaron Arnold added 11 points and Deven Peter handed out six assists for Elmwood.

WOODMORE (2-13, 2-7 NBC)
Matwiejczyk 2-3–8, Avers 3-1–9, Thorbahn 1-2–4, Speaker 0-5–5, Weis 3-1–7, Lewandowski 2-0–6, Mullin 1-0–2, Greulich 2-0–5. TOTALS: 14-45 12-19 — 46.
ELMWOOD (3-11, 2-6 NBC)
Peter 2-3–7, Lentz 0-2–2, Childress 3-2–8, Baxter 1-4–7, Buckingham 2-0–6, Arnold 4-2–11, Solether 5-3–13. TOTALS: 17-43 16-21 — 54.
Woodmore 13 16 8 9 – 46
Elmwood 16 7 13 18 – 54
3-Point GOALS: Woodmore 6-21 (Avers & Lewandowski 2, Matwiejczyk & Greulich); Elmwood 4-15 (Buckingham 2, Baxter & Arnold).
rebounds: Woodmore 22; Elmwood 26 (Solether 8).
turnovers: Woodmore 6; Elmwood 4.
FOSTORIA 84
GENOA 78
FOSTORIA — Fostoria raced out to an early lead then hung on in the fourth quarter to beat Genoa 84-78 for the Redmen’s first Northern Buckeye Conference win of the season.
Kagen Brown led 10 Fostoria players with 18 points. Kaleb Bemis added 12 points and four assists, and Rayshon Martin added 11 points, Jayden Standon finished with 10 points and Hunter Abell pulled in nine rebounds to lead the Redmen (3-11, 1-7 NBC).
Luke Rightnowar had 30 points and Casey Gose added 24 for Genoa (7-8, 5-4).

GENOA (7-8, 5-4)
Kauder 1-0–2, Brennan 1-2–5, Goodrich 1-4–6, Gase 5-13–24, Brossia 3-0–8, Rightnowar 8-14–30, Adams 3-2–8. TOTALS: 22 33-44–78.
FOSTORIA (3-11, 1-7)
Agapiou 1-0–3, Stennett 4-0–8, Brown 6-4–18, Ka. Bemis 3-5–12, Ko. Bemis 1-1–3, Mauricio 2-0–4, Martin 4-3-11, Abell 3-1-7, Standon 3-4″”10, Matz 0-2–2. TOTALS: 27 20-32–84.
Genoa 8 18 19 33 – 78
Fostoria 18 22 17 27 – 84
3-Point GOALS: Genoa 4 (Brossia 2, Brennan & Gase); Fostoria 4 (Brown 2, Agapiou & Ka. Bemis).
rebounds: Genoa 31; Fostoria 31.
turnovers: Genoa 15; Fostoria 23.

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By ANDY WOLF
FOR THE COURIER
FOSTORIA — Like the flip of a switch, North Baltimore saw its 11-point lead erased to a 42-42 deadlock with just 3 minutes to play against Fostoria St. Wendelin.
But junior Derek McMahan came through with the final three field goals to propel Tigers to a 50-42 Midland Athletic League victory.
“In the past, we would’ve just folded and said North Baltimore isn’t supposed to win this game,” North Baltimore coach Jon Eichar said after his team improved to 7-8 overall and 2-4 in the MAL. “We told them to keep their composure and things worked out for us tonight.”
The Mohawks (5-8, 1-5) opened the final quarter with 10 points in the first two minutes, trimming the margin to 36-35, capped by a second-chance 3-pointer from senior Steven Murray.
Senior Jacob Frost answered with his fourth 3-pointer on the night for the Tigers, pushing the lead back up to four points.
“You have to be a leader and make sure the team plays smart to come out with a win,” Frost said.
Frost scored nine of his game-high 16 points in the first half while also making four steals.
“It’s a good momentum start, starting on a good note. From there you try to put them away and give them no hope at all,” Frost said.
But for most of the fourth quarter, the Mohawks had hope.
After senior Brady Rutter matched Frost’s 3-pointer, fellow senior Gabe Walters followed with a pair of free throws and a strong baseline drive, each of which tied the game at the time.
Walters had 11 of his 13 points in the second half to lead St. Wendelin while also recording three steals and two blocks.
But Walters saw a potential game-tying shot roll off the rim with 2:20 remaining and the Mohawks failed to score in the final three minutes.
“For some reason we stopped doing what we’d been doing and got out of whack with it,” St. Wendelin coach Jim Rutter said. “We’ve got to learn to hang with it and keep doing what’s been effective. We weren’t as patient in the half court … It’s all part of learning.”
The Mohawks got off to a slow start offensively, trailing 11-4 after one quarter, and finished shooting 53 percent (14 of 26) for the game despite converting just 1 of 16 from beyond the arc.
“We weren’t taking the ball to the basket. Once we attacked the rim in the second half, things got better,” Rutter said.
“We got confident enough to get a few shots to fall, but didn’t get enough to win the game.”
Nick Root chipped in 12 points and four assists for St. Wendelin, while Peter Campbell had 10 points and five rebounds.
Lane Bishop had 13 points and two steals, going 3-for-4 from beyond the arc as North Baltimore shot 37 percent (11-of-29) from the field.
McMahan played just eight minutes off the bench but nailed all four of his field goals to score eight points.
“We’ve asked Lane to shoot the ball all year. He hit his first shot and that helped him,” said Eichar.
“McMahan has come along very well as a big body inside that doesn’t mind contact.”

NORTH BALTIMORE (7-8, 2-4 MAL)
Frost 6-0–16, Bishop 4-2–13, McMahan 4-0–8, Trumbull 2-2–6, Watson 1-2–4, Wright 1-1–3, Newcomer 0-0–0, De Los Reyes 0-0–0, Nichols 0-0–0. TOTALS: 18-46 7-16 — 50.
ST. WENDELIN (5-8, 1-5 MAL)
Walters 4-5–13, Root 4-4–12, Campbell 5-0–10, Rutter 1-2–5, Murray 1-0–2, Scudder 0-0–0, Frankart 0-0–0, Schetter 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-42 11-17 — 42.
North Baltimore 11 12 13 14 — 50
St. Wendelin 4 12 9 17 — 42
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 7-17 (Frost 4, Bishop 3); Fostoria St. Wendelin 1-16 (Rutter).
rebounds: North Baltimore 25 (Wright 6); Fostoria St. Wendelin 23 (Walters 7).
turnovers: North Baltimore 14; Fostoria St. Wendelin 17.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 42-31.

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By BRIAN LESTER
STAFF WRITER
Greg Kahlig wore a look of frustration most of the night. Shots that normally go down simply didn’t for the University of Findlay’s top scoring threat.
Not much went right for the Oilers in general Thursday night against Walsh, and the end result was an 81-61 loss to the Cavaliers in a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game at Croy Gymnasium.
Kahlig, averaging 22.3 points per game coming, was 2 of 11 from the field. He missed five attempts from beyond the arc and managed only 8 points.
As team, the Oilers (13-4, 9-4 GLIAC) shot 36.2 percent (21 of 58) from the field and had no answer for the Cavaliers (13-3, 9-3), who seemed to click in every aspect.
“A lot of shots didn’t go in today for me, but credit them for that,” Kahlig said. “They played great. I thought we played hard, but they just beat us. There isn’t much else you can say.”
Findlay, which had its six-game win streak end, had its run of 14 consecutive home wins end as well. The loss was the Oilers’ fifth in the past 10 years at Croy.
The Cavs shot 45.6 percent (31 of 68) from the field and capitalized on a balanced attack with three players in double figures.
“You can look at us and say we didn’t do this and didn’t do that, but I think tonight was a night where they had a lot do with that,” UF head coach Charlie Ernst said. “They guarded Greg hard and didn’t make anything easy for him. We weren’t very well-prepared to take advantage of that.
“We had to have other guys step up and make shots, but we could never get a run going.”
It was tough from the start for the Oilers, who are now a half-game behind the Cavs in the GLIAC South Division and in a five-way tie for second in the overall standings.
Jesse Hardin nailed a trey to start the game for WU, and two more 3-pointers followed from Brad DuPont and Hardin as the Cavs opened up a 15-6 lead six minutes into the game.
The Oilers did respond. Jake Heagen, who lit up the scoreboard for 17 points, nailed a trey that cut the Cavs’ lead to 15-9. Kahlig hit a jumper and Sean Samsel launched up a shot from well beyond the arc that swished through and sliced the Cavs’ lead to 17-14 with 11:10 left in the first half.
Heagen tied the game at 23-23 with a jumper and Quaran Jones provided a spark off the bench as he tipped in a missed shot for a 25-23 UF lead. The Oiler trailed 37-34 at halftime.
The Oilers fell behind further to start the second half. Back-to-back layups by Davonte Beard got the Cavs started and a 3-pointer by Hardin capped a 9-0 run that pushed WU in front 46-34.
“I didn’t feel like we came out of the locker room with a sense of urgency,” Ernst said. “Sometimes, when you cut a lead to three, you relax a bit. We might have been better off being down eight or nine. We thought we were OK when we cut the lead to three. We weren’t OK.”
Kahlig won’t argue with that.
“They came out and took it to us after halftime,” Kahlig said. “We usually play really well at home, but they outplayed us tonight.”
Shots from the outside seemed to rim in and out often and layups were too strong. Kahlig did cut the WU lead to 53-44 as he nailed his only 3-pointer of the night, but the Oilers were unable to get closer than nine the rest of the way.
Chall Montgomery helped put the game away as he scored 17 for the Cavs. Hrvoje Vucic scored 16 points to go with eight rebounds, and Hardin added 16 points.
Dylan Kaufman was the only other player in double figures for UF, scoring 11 points to go with six rebounds.
Ernst said he thought his team competed hard the entire way, but one of the biggest roadblocks to a comeback was the lack of energy to rally late in the game.
“Because they had the lead, they could play their bench more and we had to stick with our starters for longer periods of time,” Ernst said. “We didn’t have the energy and legs to make a run. Maybe if we sub sooner, we can, but it’s tough to pull the trigger when you are losing control of the game.”
UF has no time to dwell on the loss. It travels Saturday to Canton for a 3 p.m. game against Malone (9-8, 7-6 GLIAC).
“We can’t let this loss affect us going into Saturday,” Kahlig said. “We have to bring the intensity and after it because we are playing another tough opponent.”

Walsh (13-3, 9-3 GLIAC)
Copeland 4-7 0-0 8, Vucic 7-13 2-2 16, Beard 1-2 0-0 2, DuPont 3-7 2-2 9, Hardin 5-14 2-2 16, Carter 0-3 2-2 2, Montgomery 6-10 3-6 17, Fletcher 4-10 0-1 8, Campbell 1-2 0-0 3. TOTALS: 31-68 11- 15 81.
Findlay (13-4, 9-4 GLIAC)
Heagen 6-15 1-2 17, Kahlig 2-11 3-6 8, Frilling 0-4 0-2 0, Baity 3-8 2-2 9, Kaufman 4-10 1-3 11, Gardner 1-2 0-0 3, Samsel 1-2 0-1 3, Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Staley 1-1 0-0 2, Stern-Tucker 0-0 0-0 0, Jones 3-5 2-2 8. TOTALS: 21-58 9-18 61.
3-Point GOALS: Walsh 8-25 (Hardin 4-8, Montgomery 2-2, DuPont 1-5, Campbell 1-2, Vucic 0-3, Fletcher 0-3, Copeland 0-1, Beard 0-1); Findlay 10-25 (Heagan 4-9, Kaufman 2-5, Kahlig 1-6, Gardner 1-2, Samsel 1-2, Baity 1-1).
rebounds: Walsh 45 (DuPont, Hardin & Montgomery 8); Findlay 36 (Heagan 8, Kaufman 6).
ASSISTS: Walsh 15 (Copeland 5); Findlay 14 (Baity 5).
STEALS: Walsh 5 (Beard 2); Findlay 4 (Heagan, Kahlig, Kaufman & Jones).
BLOCKS: Walsh 2 (Vucic 2); Findlay 5 (Heagan 3).
TURNOVERS: Walsh 5; Findlay 9.
TOTAL FOULS: Walsh 18, Findlay 17.
FOULED OUT: Findlay, Kahlig.
HALFTIME: Walsh, 37-34.
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