Red Devils slip away from H-L late

BASCOM – Arlington quashed a Hopewell-Loudon rally by hitting the game-winner with 2.2 seconds left Tuesday to escape with a 56-55 win.

The Red Devils entered halftime leading 35-22, but H-L closed the gap to 43-39 by the end of the third period and kept battling from there before taking the lead with 8 seconds left in the game.

Jordyn Webb’s 20 points led Arlington and Madi Mains scored 12.

Courtney Burns scored 23 points to fuel the Chieftains (6-6), who stormed back into the game despite going 0 for 6 on 3-pointers.

Danielle Rohrbach added 10 points and 12 rebounds and Cassandra Hohman and Lauren Trumpler both netted eight points.

Trumpler also dished four assists and Marissa Reinhart snared three steals.

Tigers pull out of slump first

ATTICA – Seneca East got its offense going sooner than Milan Edison, powering off to a 67-58 win Tuesday.

Both team started slowly, with the Tigers clinging to a 6-5 lead at the first stop.

But Ashton Daniel scored seven of her game-high 27 points in the second period to help Seneca East lead 27-10 by halftime. She later went 8 for 8 at the line in the fourth quarter as part of her team’s 15-for-18 showing there in final period.

Seina Adachi added 13 points, Emily Depinet had 12 points and five rebounds, Daniel grabbed six boards and Lauren Sprenger tossed in seven points.

Ciara Reed scored 19 points for the Chargers, Karyn Schmidt added 11 and Liz Hill and Briarra Pittenger both netted nine.

Mohawks have too much firepower

SANDUSKY – Four Mohawks scored at least 10 points and another nearly did so Tuesday in St. Wendelin’s 82-50 whipping of Sandusky St. Mary.

Colleen Fondessy’s 19 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals keyed St. Wendelin (7-6), and Kamryn Troike tallied 18 points, 10 boards and five steals.

Ali Mowrey chipped in 11 points and six boards, Allie Rutter scored 10 points and Heather Saalman tossed in nine points.

Hannah Snow had 14 points and four assists for the Panthers (0-11). Millie Dunn scored 12 points and had seven rebounds, and Brooke Durnwald grabbed eight boards.

Trusty leads Mohawk charge

SYCAMORE – Lynsey Trusty provided an all-around solid game Tuesday in Mohawk’s 47-36 win over Riverdale.

Trusty tallied 17 points, seven assists, six rebounds and three steals for the Warriors.

Kasey Adelsperger backed her with 10 points and seven boards, Sarah Runion netted eight points and Sarah Parker grabbed six rebounds.

Lake cruises past FHS

MILLBURY – Lake jumped out 18-3 in the first quarter Tuesday en route to a 60-24 Northern Buckeye Conference win over Fostoria.

Kierra Settles led the Redmen (0-13, 0-5) with six points.