Girls Basketball Roundup: Blue Jackets too potent for Woodmore
NEW RIEGEL – Kara Scherger, Taylor Kirian and Lauren Ladd each approached a double-double Tuesday as New Riegel thundered past Woodmore 55-27.
Scherger’s 15 points and nine steals topped the Blue Jackets (2-0), Kirian had 12 rebounds and eight points and Ladd added 13 points and nine boards.
Hailey Theis chipped in four steals and three assists and Morgan Noftz dished three assists.
The Wildcats (0-3) only scored eight points in the second half.
Stockaders wipe away early hole
GIBSONBURG – Old Fort erased a 12-6 deficit with a big second quarter and kept rolling from there Tuesday in a 58-34 win over Gibsonburg.
The 2-0 Stockaders, who won just one game last year, raced past Gibsonburg 18-8 in the second quarter and 15-8 in the third to gain control.
Alli Adelsperger netted eight of her team-high 17 points in the second quarter for Old Fort, and handed out four assists
Mackie Ward and Jordan Magers both added eight points, Michaela Davidson hauled in 10 rebounds and Peyton Miller turned in four assists.
Graboski-led Rams overpower FHS
UPPER SANDUSKY – Taylor Graboski turned in a solid double-double and Upper Sandusky pulled away after a battle in the first quarter Tuesday to beat Fostoria 63-46.
The Rams (1-0) led just 16-14 at the first stop, but entered halftime up 34-26 before ending the third quarter with a 51-29 lead.
Graboski’s 20 points and 12 rebounds fueled Upper Sandusky. Kalene Johnson chipped in 16 points and six steals and Emma Smith had 14 points and five assists.
The Redmen (0-1) got 16 points each from Jada Hampton and Erica Moore. Moore also tallied five rebounds, four assists and three steals. Olivia Valenti snared six boards.