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JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s eighth grade topped Fremont St. Joe’s 58-28 as Isaiah Perez dropped in 22 points for Old fort. It also got 14 points from Blake Bender and eight points by Carter Dubois.

n Old Fort’s seventh grade defeated St. Joe 32-12. Ryan Adelsperger poured in 13 points, while Tyson Frisch added 10 for the Stockaders.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade beat St. Mary 37-18. Reese Goshe led New Riegel with 12 points, while Aaron Hohman had eight.

n St. Mary’s seventh grade topped New Riegel 37-33. For New Riegel, Shane Jones scored 10 points, while Carson Pahl added eight points.

n Mohawk’s seventh grade got by Upper Sandusky 32-27. Kahne Hayman’s 12 points led Mohawk. Hunter Haynes and Ben Bogner both had six points.

n Wynford’s eighth grade topped Seneca East 41-32. Aiden Hines scored 14 points for SE.

n Wynford’s seventh grade beat Seneca East 46-27. Lucas Bordner dropped in 13 points for the Tigers.

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s eighth grade topped St. Joe 36-21. Maci Miller led OF with 17 points, while Addison Gillmor added 12.

n St. Joe’s seventh grade beat Old Fort 25-9. Mackenzie Fortney led the way for OF with five points.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade defeated Wynford 27-18. Olivia Stockmaster led SE with 13 points, while Caroline Kagy chipped in seven points.

n Fostoria’s seventh grade routed Lakota 48-10 as Lyrique Johnson led the Lady Red with 12 points. Alycia Middlebrooks added nine points.

n Danbury’s eighth grade defeated Hopewell-Loudon 37-30. For H-L, Jillian Levengood scored 19 points.

n Danbury’s seventh grade also beat Hopewell-Loudon 24-10. Olivia Bishop and Sidney Brickner each had four points for the Chieftains.

n Calvert’s eighth grade defeated Gibsonburg 30-15 as Alyssa Rishty tallied nine points, Caroline Lanicek had eight and Mikenna Kancler ended with seven for the Senecas.

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