Girls Basketball Roundup: Blue Devils rally to stay perfect

ARCADIA – Three Carey players each scored at least 11 points and the Blue Devils pulled away enough in the fourth quarter Saturday to upend Arcadia 47-43.

Ali Rymer paced the Blue Devils (9-0) with 15 points and six rebounds, and Sydney Wentling and Logan Johnson each netted 11 points.

Wentling added six assists and three steals, Johnson grabbed six boards and Hanna Draper dished six assists.

Carey trailed by a point before outscoring Arcadia 12-7 in the fourth quarter.

Courtney Cramer tossed in 16 points for the Redskins (6-2) and Molly Glick scored 15.

Lakers toss aside Raiders

LAKESIDE – Danbury vaulted out 16-3 by the first stop and coasted from there Saturday in a 51-23 rout of Lakota.

Bree Long-Meyer and Katie Park both scored seven points for the Raiders in the loss.

Park also hauled in seven boards against the Lakers.

Flyers stay the course to beat St. Wendelin

MILLBURY- St. Wendelin fell to Lake 42-38, despite a game-high points from Kamryn Troike.

Makenzie McAfee and Allie Rutter each contributed eight points to the Mohawks’ efforts.

St. Wendelin was down 29-14 at the half. St. Wendelin outscored Lake in the final quarter, but it came too little, too late.

1-2 punch KO’s Tigers

BUCYRUS – Kelci Simms and Macey Sheerer both turned in big double-doubles Friday as Bucyrus thumped Seneca East 73-46.

Simms led everyone with 21 points and 17 rebounds and Sheerer added 20 points and 16 boards for the Redmen (7-2).

Hannah Wyeth backed them with 17 points.

The Tigers (5-6) got 17 points from Seina Adachi, 14 points from Kirsten Camp, 10 points from Brittany Brookes and six rebounds from Hannah Hahler.