CAREY - Sydney Wentling scored 16 points, Hannah Draper had 14, and Carey shook off a tough first quarter to knock off Riverdale, 51-40.
The Blue Devils (16-1) scored just five points in the first quarter and trailed by three going to the second. But they outscored the Falcons 20-9 in the second quarter and never looked back.
Ali Rymer and Logan Johnson each led the Blue Devils up front, with six rebounds to go with four points.
Riverdale fell to 14-4.
BC boards up Knights
NEW WASHINGTON - Buckeye Central dominated rebounding, and ran off Northmor Monday night.
Brooke Karl had 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Bucks, who pounded the Golden Knights, 64-38.
Led by Karl, Buckeye Central outrebounded Northmor 31-16.
Emily Weithman led BC (7-11) in scoring with 14 points, while Kilee Kimmel had 11.
Northmor (11-7) was led by Shelbie Wiseman, who had 12 points.
SW on point in victory
FOSTORIA - Defense and rebounding keyed another St. Wendelin win, 41-29 over Upper Scioto Valley.
The Mohawks, who have been on a roll of late, trailed the Rams 10-8 at the end of the first quarter, and scored only four points in the second.
But the chilly Mohawks' offense was offset by SW holding USV to one point in the second quarter.
The game remained close into the fourth quarter, but the Mohawks, behind Alli Rutter's game-high 16 points and Kamryn Troike's 15 points and 12 rebounds, pulled away.
St. Wendelin outscored the Rams 18-8 in the final period. For the game, it outrebounded them 27-12.
This Peyton had a good game
OLD FORT -Peyton Miller hit three 3-pointers, and scored nine of her 12 points in the second half as Old Fort topped visiting Northwood, 49-42.
Alli Adelsperger also scored 12 points for the Stockaders, who improved to 13-4.
Jordan Magers aided the Stockaders with eight points and eight rebounds.
TU women struggle offensively vs. ODU
COLUMBUS - Pam Oswald said her team played with patience and energy when it defeated Ashland Saturday.
Those things didn't carry over two days later in Columbus, where Tiffin University shot poorly and lost to Ohio Dominican, 69-55.
"Saturday we played with patience and poise. We didn't have that today," Oswald said after TU fell to 6-12, 3-11 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. "We continue to struggle with consistency of the game. We do something well one game, we need to come back and do it again."
The Dragons made just 16 of 61 shots from the floor Monday night. Jordan Fraley led them with 13 points and seven rebounds. Jillian Adams added nine points and seven boards. Kaylee Patton added 10 points.
Ohio Dominican (8-11, 5-10) got 22 points from Kacee Hockenberry.
Graessle reaches 2,000, but Dragons lose
COLUMBUS - Joe Graessle scored 16 points, putting him over 2,000 for his collegiate career, but it was a consolation prize of sorts for the senior and his teammates, who fell at Ohio Dominican 80-68.
The Dragons (7-12, 3-11) had a 40-37 advantage at halftime, and upped their lead to 51-42 after a Graessle free throw with 15:41 to go.
But TU's offense fell off after that, as it shot about 20 percent in the final 15 minutes. They finished the second half just 8 of 29 in the second half.
"We shot poorly in the last 15 minutes; we shot 20 percent," TU coach Jerry Buccilla said. "You don't put the ball in the hole, you can't beat anybody."
Khaleal McCormick led TU with 21 points.
The Panthers who improved to 5-14, 3-12.