ATTICA - Jared Wentling outscored Seneca East over the first three quarters before their roles were reversed.
Too little, too late.
Wentling tossed in a game-high 24 points and four others combined for 41 Thursday as Carey stayed unbeaten in the Midland Athletic League with a 74-44 triumph.
PHOTO BY KYLE HUNTER
Carey’s Jared Wentling shoots over Seneca East’s Adam Hall during Thursday’s game in?Attica.
Nathanyal Griffin added all eight of his points in the fourth quarter for Carey (10-3, 6-0 MAL), a period in which Seneca East outscored the Blue Devils 22-10.
But Carey also got 14 points from Zach Boes, 10 from Bryan Powers and nine from Laine Wentling to coast to the win.
Ethan Caudill fueled the Tigers (0-13, 0-5) with 20 points and five rebounds, and Jack Daniel scored nine points, but none of their teammates netted more than four points.
Perry, Stockaders too much
OLD FORT - Old Fort cruised in the first half and nearly got a triple-double from Hunter Perry in Thursday's 85-68 Midland Athletic League win over Lakota.
Perry turned in 31 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists for the Stockaders (9-2, 5-0 MAL), who led 50-30 at halftime.
Maison Steyer chipped in 15 points, Jon Lotycz added 13 points and six steals and Brad Bannister had 12 points and seven steals.
Colin Timmons paced the Raiders (4-9, 1-5) with 26 points and 11 boards. Josh Kirkpatrick and Casey Monroe each added 11 points.
Blue Jackets get first MAL win
NORTH BALTIMORE - Jake Dryfuse registered a double-double and two teammates teamed up for 28 points Thursday as New Riegel claimed its first Midland Athletic League win by downing North Baltimore 61-38.
Dryfuse tallied 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Blue Jackets (6-8, 1-4 MAL), Tim Ink had 16 points and three steals and Aaron Acree tossed in 12 points.
Chad Wright's 12 points and nine boards topped the Tigers (5-7, 4-2).
Chase Nicholas and Jacob Frost both netted eight points.