JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: Kaia Woods, Haley Cooper and Serena Ingalls all scored in double figures in Tiffin Middle’s eighth grade’s 55-29 win over Norwalk. The team plays today against Old Fort.
* Old Fort’s eighth grade topped Calvert 34-21. Kara Davidson had 21 points for the Stockaders, while Jordan Reineck had six.
* Abby Daniel and Bri Landers each had four points in Hopewell-Loudon’s 40-11 seventh grade loss to Liberty-Benton.
* Emily Siesel lit up the scoreboard with 44 points, and Makenna Depinet had 20 in Seneca East’s 86-14 seventh grade win over the Tigers. Brooke Bordner and Kiersten Cook each had eight points.
* Jessica Bowerman had 18 points in Seneca East’s 44-41 win over Buckeye Central. Tori Fritz had 10 points and Hannah Rowe added eight for the Tigers.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s seventh grade beat Calvert 39-25. The Stockaders were led by Casey Clouse’s 21 points. Colin Nutter added 10 for Old Fort, while Garrett Havens had eight.
* Old Fort’s eighth grade knocked off Calvert, 52-48. Nick Seifert scored 27 for the Senecas, while Quin Ronski had eight and Jack Shultz had five.
* Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade upended Liberty-Benton 41-21, behind 26 points from Ried Jury and eight points from Tyler Fedele.
* Liberty-Benton nipped Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade, 35-33. Luke Jameson had eight points for the Chieftains, while Caleb Simonis had six.
* T.J. Pugh had 20 points, and Seneca East’s eighth grade topped Buckeye Central, 43-33. Andrew Kalb had nine for the Tigers.
* Buckeye Central’s seventh grade got past Buckeye Central 27-25. Alex King had 14 for the Tigers, while Jesse Beckman added five.
* Tiffin’s seventh grade fell, 46-30 to Norwalk. Bryce Burns had 13 points for the Tornadoes, while Jaden Myers had 10.
* Tiffin’s eighth grade lost to Norwalk, 50-35.
FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL: Behind Chris Acree’s 14 points and 10 points from Jacob Theis, New Riegel beat St. Joe, 35-32, in overtime. Garrett Michael had 18 points for St. Joe.
* Hopewell-Loudon edged Columbian 25-24. Carter Coffman paced the Chieftains with eight points, while Ethan Grieser had seven. The Tornadoes were led by Brenton Brown’s eight points.