HOLLAND — Caely Ressler scored 18 points to lead Napoleon to a 44-25 Northern Lakes League victory over Springfield Tuesday night.
The Lady Cats remained perfect at 14-0 overall and 9-0 in the NLL after the win.
Kalli Helberg added 6, while Shae Pedroza and Taylor Strock each tallied 5 points.
Mia Rose paced Springfield (2-12 overall and 2-7 in the NLL) with 13 points.
Napoleon hosts Bowling Green Thursday.
Archbold 64, Stryker 25
ARCHBOLD — The Lady Streaks jumped out to a 16-3 lead and built their advantage to 36-7 at intermission before posting a 64-25 victory Tuesday night in the Thunderdome.
“We did a nice job hitting shots in the first quarter to build a good lead,” said Archbold coach Brian Ziegler. “We had nice balance on offense with four in double figures. We had some nice passes and felt our team defense was solid.”
Harley Phillips led Archbold with 15 points, while Abi Borojevich added 14, Kylie Sauder 13 and Naomi Rodriguez 10.
Stryker (6-9) was led by Abigail Grice with 6 points.
Archbold is now 8-5 on the season. The Lady Streaks host Patrick Henry Thursday.
Miller City 42,
Patrick Henry 31
MILLER CITY — The Wildcats led 23-15 at halftime and held off Patrick Henry for a 42-31 victory Tuesday night.
Miller City was led by Ross Niese with 12 points, while Austin Ruhe added 11. The Wildcats were 13 of 41 from the field and 13 of 19 from the foul line.
The Patriots were 11 of 40 from the field and 6 of 9 from the foul line. Garrett Schwiebert led PH with 8 points and five rebounds. Caleb Rosengarten added 6 points.
Patrick Henry is now 1-9 on the season and play host to Archbold Friday.
WAUSEON — The Indians pulled away from Perrysburg in the fourth quarter for a 50-39 victory Tuesday night.
Leading 34-30 after three periods, Wauseon outscored the Yellow Jackets 16-9 in the final period, including making 8 of 9 foul shots in the fourth quarter.
Noah Tester led the Indians with 20 points, while Sean Brock added 13 and Connar Penrod tallied 9.
Perrysburg (10-1) was led by Drew Sims with 11 points.
Wauseon (8-4) travels to Bryan Friday.