Prep Basketball Roundup: Stockaders vault to 3-0 start

OLD FORT – Alli Adelsperger and Sammy Miller combined for 30 points, and Old Fort dominated the first half Friday in a 57-38 win over North Baltimore in the Midland Athletic League-opener.

Adelsperger netted a game-high 19 points and Miller scored 11 for the Stockaders, who led 30-10 at the break.

Peyton Miller added eight points and four steals and Adelsperger also hauled in four rebounds for Old Fort, which won only won game last year, but now stands 3-0 this winter.

Kiah Powell and Maddie Ray each scored 13 points for the Tigers.

FHS falters in overtime

FOSTORIA – Olivia Valenti drilled a 3-pointer with 2 seconds left in regulation, but Fostoria went scoreless from there Friday in a 42-37 Northern Buckeye Conference overtime loss to Lake.

Valenti’s trey capped an 11-5 run by the Redmen (0-2, 0-1 NBC) in the fourth quarter to knot the score at 37, but Lake outscored FHS 5-0 in the extra period. Jordyn Taylor and Caite Phalen both tossed in 11 points for the Flyers (3-0, 1-0), with Summer Woodruff grabbing eight rebounds and Taylor adding seven boards and six assists.

Jada Hampton’s 13 points paced FHS. Kierra Settles and Valenti both ended with eight points. Alexus Smith hauled in 10 rebounds and Settles had seven.

St. Joe Burns through SE

FREMONT – Ashley Burns pumped in 28 points Friday to fuel Fremont St. Joe’s 54-50 Midland Athletic League win over Seneca East.

Burns also dished four assists for the Crimson Streaks, Josie Weickert backed her with 11 points and Be Reardon hauled in 10 rebounds.

Information for Seneca East was not provided.

Seneca East gobbled up by Colonel Crawford

NORTH ROBINSON – The retailers weren’t the only ones giving up Black Friday deals, as Seneca East gave away 25 turnovers to Colonel Crawford in its 105-56 loss Friday.

The Eagles went 38 for 64 on field goals, which included a 10-for-24 showing on 3-pointers, while only committing nine turnovers in their win.

Seneca East’s Ethan Caudill led the Tigers with 17 points. Hunter Saylors and Jack Daniel added 11 points each.

The Tigers ended 19 for 45 from the field 16 for 20 at the line.