Girls Basketball Roundup: Born comes alive against Buckettes

NEW WASHINGTON – Upper Sandusky’s Jorden Born had a stellar game against Buckeye Central, helping the Rams pick up a 42-29 victory on the road.

Born tossed in 16 points and had seven rebounds to lead the Rams in both categories. Kalene Johnson backed Born with nine points while Taylor Graboski had seven boards.

Sammi Marcum’s seven points paced the Buckettes.

New Riegel holds off Black Knights

VAN BUREN – Van Buren led 30-22 at halftime but a powerful second half performance from New Riegel keyed its 62-58 win.

“We had a very gutsy performance today, we had to come from behind with some of our kids sick and nursing injuries. Van Buren shot and played outstanding today and gave us a tremendous challenge,” New Riegel coach Steve Lucius said.

Van Buren shot an impressive 22 for 37 from the field while New Riegel ended 26 for 54.

Still, New Riegel (16-2) out-rebounded the Knights 26 to 21 and committed 20 turnovers, six less than Van Buren.

Taylor Kirian netted 21 points while Lauren Ladd (14) and Kara Scherger (12) tallied double digits for the winning Blue Jackets.

Kristen Tropf’s 17 points led the Black Knights.

Depth fuels Tiger win

ATTICA – Ashton Daniel may have scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds, but three others had double digits while eight Tigers scored in a 74-59 victory over Lakota.

Jessica Enders’ 17 points backed Daniel while Saina Adachi and Brittany Brookes had 12 and 10, respectively.

Hannah Hahler tossed in nine points while Emily Depinet grabbed 11 boards.

The Raiders got 22 points from Katie Park.

Mohawk too much for Vanlue

VANLUE – Two Warriors tallied double digits while five others scored in Mohawk’s 48-29 victory over Vanlue.

Sarah Parker led Mohawk with 12 points while Megan Cleveland had 10.

Lynsey Trusty netted seven points and dished nine assists. Sarah Runion added six points and an impressive seven steals.

Streaks strike against Fostoria

SANDUSKY – Sandusky trailed after the first quarter but a huge second quarter gave the Blue Streaks a 20-17 en route to a 64-30 victory.

The Redmen’s Erica Moore led FH with eight points while Jada Hampton had seven.

Fostoria committed 28 turnovers and shot 11 for 43 from the field.