Girls Basketball Roundup: Calvert has too many weapons for Vanlue

VANLUE – Four Calvert players each scored at least 10 points and the Senecas never let Vanlue get more than eight points in a quarter Tuesday en route to a 61-27 victory.

Kate Brickner sparked Calvert with 18 points, Lindsay Bickley netted 12 and Taylor Ritzler and Nicole Bickley both scored 10.

Ritzler and Lindsay Bickley each snared six steals, Ritzler dished four assists and Emma Sullivan grabbed four rebounds.

Kate Clymer scored 10 points for the Wildcats and Chloe Kromer had eight.

SW fires out in third

DOLA – St. Wendelin raced away in the third quarter Tuesday to turn a close game into a 51-32 win over Hardin Northern.

The Mohawks (3-3) entered halftime clinging to an 18-15 lead, but outscored the Polar Bears 21-8 in the third period.

Kamryn Troike tallied 16 points, nine rebounds and five blocks, Allie Rutter scored 15 points, Makenzie McAfee had 13 points, Edy Mowrey handed out three assists and Taylor Williams snared three steals.

Kylee Hooker scored eight points for Hardin Northern (1-8) and Holly Wilson netted seven. Brianna Campbell grabbed seven boards.

Truckers steamroll SE

NORWALK – Siselle Thomas and Alicia Lortcher combined for nearly as many points as Seneca East in Norwalk’s 49-31 win Tuesday.

Thomas tossed in 16 points and Lortcher chipped in 13 for the Truckers, who led 22-4 at the first stop.

Seina Adachi’s 18 points for Seneca East led everyone, but no other Tigers scored more than six points.

Unbeaten Blue Jackets flatten Falcons

MOUNT BLANCHARD – Three New Riegel players scored in double digits and two more netted eight points Monday in a 61-37 romp over Riverdale.

Taylor Kirian’s 17 points and six rebounds sparked the Blue Jackets (8-0), Kara Scherger tallied 12 points, four steals and three assists, and Taylor Arbogast had 11 points and four assists.

Lauren Ladd and Hailey Theis each added eight points, with Ladd grabbing six boards and Morgan Noftz handing out five assists.

Jordyn Wright’s 12 points led the Falcons (5-2). Sydney Holderman scored 10 points and Bre Parish added six rebounds.