PLYMOUTH - Calvert opened with dominance and nearly got a double-double from Nicole Bickley in Saturday's 65-46 dismantling of Plymouth.
The Senecas led 21-6 at the first stop, with Bickley ending with 13 points and nine rebounds.
Megan Funkhouser scored 16 points, Kate Brickner netted another 14, Margaret Bowers hauled in seven boards and Olivia Smith registered seven steals and six assists.
Balance leads the way for Blue Jackets
NEW WASHINGTON - Lauren Ladd and Kara Scherger keyed New Riegel in the first half and Taylor Arbogast picked up from there in the second half Saturday in a 50-32 win over Buckeye Central.
Ladd and Scherger both ended with 10 points, with Scherger getting all of her points in the first two quarters and Ladd scoring eight of hers over the same time frame.
Arbogast netted 11 of her team-high 13 points in the second half for the Blue Jackets (10-1), with teammate Taylor Kirian finishing as the only player in the game to score in all four quarters on her way to 10 points.
Ladd added seven rebounds, Kirian had five boards, Morgan Noftz dished five assists and Taylor Arbogast registered three steals and three assists.
Sammi Marcum's 10 points sparked the Buckettes (2-8), and Brooke Karl scored eight.
Mohawks team up on Lake
FOSTORIA - Three St. Wendelin players combined to match Lake's offensive output Saturday as the Mohawks rolled to a 64-46 win.
Colleen Fondessy led the Mohawks with 19 points, Ali Mowery tallied 14 points and eight rebounds and Heather Saalman had 13 points.
Kamryn Troike scored another nine points for St. Wendelin (5-5).
Rymer a big reason for Carey win
CAREY - Ali Rymer doubled up in points and rebounds and two teammates combined for another 21 points Saturday as Carey held off Arcadia, 48-46.
Rymer's 15 points and 10 rebounds led the way for the Blue Devils (8-1).
Hannah Tong had 11 points and nine boards, Sydney Wentling scored 10 points and Hannah Draper dished four assists.
Miranda Palmer led all players with 21 points for the Redskins (6-3). Molly Glick added 12 points.
Hohman, Rohrbach fuel Chieftains
ELMORE - Cassandra Hohman turned in a double-double and Danielle Rohrbach matched her in rebounds Saturday as Hopewell- Loudon overpowered Woodmore, 59-45.
Hohman led the charge with 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Rohrbach added 10 boards and six points for the Chieftains, who doubled up Woodmore 16-8 in the third quarter to take control.
Courtney Burns chipped in 12 points for H-L (5-4), Aleta Daniel had nine points and five assists and Lauren Trumpler turned in nine points and three steals.
Allie Wank paced the Wildcats (6-5) and Leah Bench netted eight.
Rams turn back Royals
BUCYRUS - Taylor Graboski scored 22 points Saturday to fuel Upper Sandusky's 48-41 win over Wynford.
Graboski also tallied six rebounds and three blocks for the Rams.
Savannah Piecha chipped in 12 points and five assists and Jorden Born snared six boards.
Paige Brady's 15 points topped the Royals. Brenna Quinn added eight points.