Ottawa-Glandorf and Ottoville will enter the postseason as ranked teams after earning state recognition in the final Associated Press girls basketball poll of the season released on Tuesday.,Of other area interest, Sylvania Southview finished the year No. 9 in Division I while Toledo Rogers garnered four first-place votes in Division II en route to a No. 4 spot in the final poll.,How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the Associated Press polls, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

1, Pickerington Cent.,Mt. Notre Dame 19-2 115 read more

The Pierre T.F. Riggs Governors basketball team played the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders in a Class AA battle at Riggs Gymnasium in Pierre on Friday night.,They were held to just six points, and the Rough Riders took a 67-28 lead into the fourth quarter.,The Govs outscored the Rough Riders 20-12 in the final quarter, but the Rough Riders won the game, 79-48.,Six of the 11 Rough Riders who scored points in Friday’s game scored seven points or more.,The Govs were led by junior center Grey Zabel, who had 11 points.

The Stanley County Lady Buffaloes basketball team played the Todd County Lady Falcons (no. 2 in Region 7A) at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Monday night in a game that was rescheduled from last month.,The Lady Falcons were led by senior guard Raven Cournoyer, who had a game high 25 points.,The Lady Buffs were led by junior forward Tatum Busch, who had nine points.,The Lady Falcons (15-2) have won their last nine games.,The Lady Buffs (2-13, no. 7 in Region 6A) have lost their last five games.

The Buffs (no. 4 in Region 6A) improve their record to 7-7 with the victory.,They will host the Todd County Falcons (10-7, no. 5 in Region 7A) at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Monday night.,The Falcons are coming off a 79-77 victory over the Miller Rustlers (no. 5 in Region 6A) in Miller on Saturday night.,Fans are encouraged to get to the game early, as Monday is the Stanley County Booster Club Soup/Chili Cookoff.,Proceeds go to the Stanley County Booster Club.

The Stanley County Buffaloes basketball team played their first home game in nearly two weeks on Monday night.,The Buffs clawed their way to within one point at the end of the third quarter.,The Falcons were led by senior guard Aiden Bizardie, who had a game high 26 points.,Hoftiezer had 21 points, while Fischer had 20 points.,The Buffs will next see action on Tuesday night when they host the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers at Parkview Gymnasium.

Monday's Canucks-Flyers game in Philadelphia featured a scary moment during the third period that required Vancouver defenseman Alexander Edler be removed on a stretcher.,About halfway through the final period, Edler got his stick lodged in the skate of Flyers forward Jakub Voracek and was dragged to the ice.,Here's a look at the replay:

The situation grew worrisome when Edler remained motionless on the ice for a few moments, but the Canucks' medical staff was able to get him on a stretcher (seated up) and to the locker room for evaluation.,As he was being escorted off the ice, it became clear that a cut had opened up on Edler's face and he was bleeding pretty heavily.,Edler didn't return to the game but he was reportedly able to walk out of the trainer's room under his own power. read more

With 2:18 left to go in the second quarter, and with the Govs up 26-23, junior forward Garrett Stout, who was one of the leading scorers for the Govs at the time, committed his third foul of the game.,With Stout of of the picture, the Tigers ended the half on a 10-2 run, including a rare four point play by junior forward Teegan Evers.,Senior forward Tanner Evers exploded in the fourth quarter for four three pointers to help expand the Tigers lead.,The Tigers were led by Teegan Evers, who had a game high 24 points.,The Tigers (9-6, no. 8 in Class AA) have beaten the Govs twice this season.

The Pierre T.F. Riggs Governors took on the Sioux Falls Washington Warriors in a key Class AA matchup at Riggs Gymnasium in Pierre on Thursday night.,The visiting Warriors entered the game with two spots ahead of the Govs in the Class AA rankings.,The Warriors were led by sophomore guard Eli Williams, who had a game high 20 points coming off the bench.,The Govs made 33 percent of their three point attempts, while the Warriors made 27 percent.,The Warriors also made 74 percent of their free throws, while the Govs made just 55 percent.

NORMAN  — Freshman guard Taylor Robertson scored 21 points for Oklahoma, but the Sooners could not overcome No. 2/3 Baylor's size as the Lady Bears defeated the Sooners, 74-53, on Sunday.,Freshman Madi Williams recorded 11 points and finished with a team-high eight rebounds for the Sooners (5-13, 1-6 Big 12).,Baylor's Juicy Landrum led the Lady Bears (17-0, 7-0 Big 12) with 21 points, while Kalani Brown added 20 points and six rebounds.,Chloe Jackson also scored in double figures for Baylor with 10 points, while Lauren Cox led the Lady Bears with 12 rebounds and added two blocks.,OU finished with 25 turnovers, allowing Baylor to score 24 points off of Sooner miscues.

NORMAN – The Oklahoma men's basketball team was downed 77-47 by Baylor on Monday night inside Lloyd Noble Center.,Kristian Doolittle scored 12 points and Miles Reynolds added 11 for Oklahoma (15-6, 3-5), which was sitting just outside of the newly released Top 25.,Baylor's Makai Mason also scored 12 points.,Mario Kegler scored 11 points and Jared Butler added 10 for the Bears (14-7, 5-2 Big 12), who claimed their third league road win of the month and moved into a tie for first place in the conference with Kansas and Kansas State.,It was a season low for points in a half for the Sooners.