Bucks outlast Tigers in N10 tilt

ATTICA — Neither team shot well, but Buckeye Central held a 12-0 advantage on second-chance points and outscored Seneca East 8-2 off turnovers to battle its way to a 41-38 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win Thursday.

Mason Stahl and Darren Wurm paced the Bucks (3-11, 3-8 N10). Stahl tallied 12 points, eight rebounds, four steals and four blocks while Wurm had 11 points and 10 boards.

Brady Biglin backed them with 10 points, three assists and three blocks and Tyler Rose dished four assists.

All that helped Buckeye Central overcome finishing 17 for 46 from the field (36.95 percent), 3 for 12 on 3-pointers (25 percent) and 4 for 9 on foul shots (44.44 percent).

The Tigers, meanwhile, ended just 14 for 47 overall from the field (29.79 percent), 4 for 14 on 3-pointers (28.57 percent) and 6 of 10 on foul shots (60 percent).

Tyler Turek’s 11 points and 11 rebounds keyed Seneca East (5-8, 3-8).

D.J. Ruffing chipped in 10 points and Clint Wurm had three assists.

Miller has big night as TU women overwhelm winless Scots

Allie Miller had a career night, and Tiffin University’s women’s team plowed past Ohio Valley 108-84.

Miller made seven field goals — four 3s — and finished with 25 points as the Dragons set a program record for points in a game.

Miller added four rebounds and four assists in 28 minutes. As a team, the Dragons shot better than 52 percent (36 of 69) from the floor. They also made 8 of 24 3s and went 28 for 36 from the foul line.

The solid shooting was aided by Jasmine Watts, who went 6 of 6 from the floor to finish with 14 points. She also had a team-high 10 rebounds and two blocks in just 17 minutes. Sarah Cummings didn’t shoot quite as well as Watts from the floor (3 of 4), but was a perfect 8 of 8 from the stripe and had 14 points. Annie Santucci also had 14 points, and Ali Schirmer added eight points and a team-best five assists.

Tiffin won its third straight game, and improved to 6-12, 3-9 in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference.

The Dragons jumped to a 29-20 lead after one quarter, led 56-42 at the break, then broke things wide open by scoring 30 points in the final quarter.

Ariel Johnson had 15 points for the Fighting Scots, who fell to 0-16, 0-12 in conference play.

Schmalz, Waldon shine as

Dragons do a number on Ohio Valley

Hunter Schmalz and Shane Waldon scored 16 points each, and Tiffin University’s men’s team powered by Ohio Valley 92-69.

Waldon had a double-double for Tiffin (7-12, 3-8 Great Midwest Athletic Conference), with 10 rebounds, three assists and three steals. Schmalz added six rebounds.

Tiffin was in control much of the way, leading 46-33 at the half, It made 12 of 25 3-point attempts in the win. Austin Schaub — who had a pair of 3s — finished with 14 points, and Austin Adams had 13 points. Dragon Joshua Williams finished with nine points and seven boards, while Thomas Hickman had five assists to go with four points.

Ohio Valley (6-10, 2-9) was paced by Kenneth Miller, who had 23 points and seven rebounds.