NEW RIEGEL - Unbeaten New Riegel scored the game's first 18 points and had more than enough points by halftime Tuesday in a 60-23 Midland Athletic League romp over Lakota.
Lauren Ladd tossed in 10 of her 16 points in the first quarter, and added eight rebounds for the Blue Jackets (6-0, 2-0 MAL).
Karal Scherger added another 16 points and snared four steals, and Taylor Kirian tallied 11 points, seven rebounds and four steals.
Hailey Theis and Lauren Ladd corralled eight rebounds each, Morgan Noftz dished four assists and Leah Bouillon grabbed four steals.
The Raiders (1-5, 0-2) got seven points from Morgan Gangwer, six points from Katie Park and seven rebounds from Destiney Long-Meyer.
Senecas storm off in second quarter
SANDUSKY - Kate Brickner led everyone with 28 points and Calvert dominated in the second quarter Tuesday in a 61-38 whipping of Sandusky St. Mary.
The Senecas ended the first quarter up just 12-5, but outscored St. Mary 24-9 in the second to take control.
Nicole Bickley added 11 points and five steals for Calvert, Taylor Ritzler chipped in nine points and seven assists and Margaret Bowers hauled in 11 rebounds.
The Panthers got nine points from Dani Parish.
Rally in fourth lifts H-L
BASCOM - Hopewell-Loudon raced past Van Buren 21-11 in the fourth quarter to post a come-from-behind 58-55 win Tuesday.
The Chieftains (2-2) trailed 44-37 entering the final period.
Brook Arbogast keyed the win with 25 points and 13 rebounds. Courtney Burns scored 13 points and Aleta Daniel netted 10.
Nichole Miller's 21 points topped the Black Knights (1-3). Paige Sudlow added 14 points.
Royals storm past Redmen
BLOOMDALE - Kristen Curtis drilled six 3-pointers en route to 28 points Tuesday as Elmwood dropped Northern Buckeye Conference foe Fostoria, 54-40.
Curtis added eight rebounds and three steals for the Royals (3-2, 3-0 NBC), who led 28-13 at halftime.
Samantha Ervin backed her with 12 points and Courtney Emmitt tossed out four assists.
Jada Hampton's 11 points and Erica Moore's nine paced the Redmen (1-4, 0-3). Alexus Smith grabbed five boards and three steals.