Western Buckeye League

Ottawa-Glandorf (21-0)  77   Elida (7-15)  27    

Bath (15-7)  58   Kenton (15-6)  32     

Shawnee (6-15)  56   Celina (1-20)  30  

Wapakoneta (15-5)  51   St Marys(13-9)  47  

Defiance (14-8)  53   Van Wert (6-16)  37  

Northwest Conference

Columbus Grove (20-1)  69   Bluffton (16-6)  24  

Lincolnview (12-10)  56   Ada (6-15)  52  

Crestview (13-9)  55   Allen East (3-18)  24  

Delphos Jefferson (11-11)  77  Spencerville (7-15)  49  

Midwest Athletic Conference

Minster (20-2)  48  Fort Recovery (16-3)  42  

New Bremen (11-11)  44   Delphos St Johns (10-12)  38  

New Knoxville (9-13)  37   Marion Local (12-10)  31  

St Henry (9-13)  75   Parkway (4-18)  53  

Blanchard Valley Conference

Liberty-Benton (19-2)  59   McComb (9-12)  38     

Arlington (19-3)  73   Riverdale (10-10)  46  

Pandora-Gilboa (13-7)  48   Arcadia (14-8)  45  

Vanlue (7-13)  43   Cory-Rawson (0-21)  22  

North Baltimore (14-7)  56   Hopewell-Loudon (14-8)  55  

Leipsic (15-6)  59   Van Buren (2-19)  35  

Putnam County League

Kalida (11-11)  50  Continental (2-20)  24  

Three Rivers Athletic Conference

Findlay (11-11)  60   Lima Senior (8-13)  52  

Notre Dame Academy (17-3)  54   Clay (12-8)  41  

Toledo Central Catholic (13-8)  37   Fremont Ross (11-10)  34   OT

Whitmer (17-5)  58   St Ursula Academy (5-16)  23  

Non Conference

Ottoville (18-3)  65   Coldwater (17-5)  40  

Upper Scioto Valley(18-3)  38   Mohawk (2-1)  36  

>>Kimbrough Propels Oilers Past Dragons

(Findlay, OH) -- The University of Findlay defeated Tiffin University 105-87 at Croy Gymnasium behind a career-high 41 points from Martyce Kimbrough (Lima Central Catholic). Kimbrough connected on a school record 11 three pointers in the game and also set a new school record for most made three pointers in a season. He has now canned 99 triples on the campaign. Taren Sullivan (Bath) flirted with a triple-double, finishing with 14 points, eight assists and seven rebounds. Findlay, now 20-5 overall and 14-4 in the GLIAC, will host Ashland on Saturday. The Oilers also wrapped up the outright GLIAC South Division title with their win over Tiffin, their 15th divisional title in their 19 years with the league.

>>Northern Kentucky holds off Cleveland State

(Cleveland, OH) -- Drew McDonald scored Northern Kentucky's final 11 points and finished with 13 points and 13 rebounds in a 62-60 win over Cleveland State. McDonald gave the Norse (18-9, 9-5 Horizon) the lead for good on a pair of free throws that made it 61-60 with 35 seconds left and made 1 of 2 from the foul line to cap the scoring with five seconds left. Rob Edwards missed a 3-point attempt that would have won it at the buzzer for the Vikings (8-19, 4-11). Dantez Walton (Lima Central Catholic) had five points and three rebounds in 12 minutes of action for NKU.

>>Wright State Sinks Youngstown State (Youngstown, OH) -- Mark Alstork went off for 33 points to lead Wright State to an 84-81 win at Youngstown State. The Raiders made 54.4-percent of their shots to improve to 18-and-9 and 9-and-5 in the Horizon League. They're Cleveland State tomorrow.

>>Michigan Wins (Ann Arbor, MI) -- The University of Michigan upset number-10 Wisconsin 64-58 last night at Crisler Center. Mo Wagner led the Wolverines with 21 points, Zak Irvin contributed 18. Michigan (17-6 overall and 7-6 in the Big Ten) heads out on the road to take on Minnesota Sunday.

>>Ohio State Hosts Nebraska Tomorrow (Columbus, OH) -- Ohio State looks to end a two-game losing streak tonight against Nebraska at Value City Arena. The Buckeyes are coming off defeats to Maryland and Michigan State. OSU is 15-and-12 and 5-and-9 in the Big Ten.

>>NC State Fires Hoops Coach Gottfried (Raleigh, NC) -- North Carolina State men's basketball coach Mark Gottfried will not be returning next season. Gottfried will finish out the remaining four games left in the regular-season, and the ACC Tournament. The Wolfpack has lost six straight to dip to 3-and-11 in ACC play, including a 97-73 home loss to rival North Carolina on Wednesday. Gottfried is 122-and-82 during his time in Raleigh, leading NC State to a pair of Sweet 16 appearances.

>>Blue Jackets Host Penguins (Columbus, OH) -- The Blue Jackets play a key game against the Penguins tonight at Nationwide Arena. Columbus trails Pittsburgh by two points for second place in the Metro Division. The Jackets are coming off a 5-2 win over the Leafs on Wednesday.