Girls Basketball Roundup: Surge in third carries Warriors

UPPER SANDUSKY – Mohawk will head into the tournament with momentum after scoring a big road victory over Upper Sandusky, 53-42. The Warriors were clinging to a four-point lead at halftime, but went on a 17-9 run in the third quarter to gain separation.

Mohawk had three players score in double figures led by Lynsey Trusty’s 18 points. The senior guard also dished out seven assists. Ashley Parker finished with 11 points. Sarah Runion knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with 10 points.

Upper Sandusky got a double-double from Taylor Graboski. Graboski led all scorers with 19 points while also pulling in 10 rebounds. Allison Snyder backed her with 13 points but no other Ram player scored more than four.

Each team finishes up the regular season with matching 18-4 records.

Stockaders can’t catch Rangers

NORTHWOOD – Northwood held off Old Fort long enough in the fourth quarter Saturday for a 42-38 win.

The Rangers ended the third quarter with a 36-22 lead, but were outscored 16-6 in the fourth.

Sara Bell’s 11 points and six rebounds keyed the Stockaders. Sammy Miller chipped in eight points and Mackenzie Gillett hauled in nine rebounds.