Girls Basketball Roundup: Cold shooting can’t cool down Old Fort Stockaders

OLD FORT – Alli Adelsperger scored 18 points to key a struggling Old Fort team Saturday in a 44-36 win over Hardin Northern.

Adelsperger and the Stockaders (5-0) stayed unbeaten, but went just 13 for 40 from the field.

Mackenzie Ward added six points and six rebounds, but no other Old Fort player scored more than four points.

Holly Wilson’s 10 points paced the Polar Bears. Molly Wilson and Kylee Hooker each hauled in seven boards, with Hooker and Brooklyn Watts both scoring seven points.

Blue Jackets stay perfect

McCOMB – Four New Riegel players scored in double digits Saturday in a 56-45 win over McComb.

Kara Scherger’s 15 points, three steals and three assists led the charge for the Blue Jackets (5-0).

Taylor Arbogast and Taylor Kirian each chipped in 11 points and Morgan Noftz netted 10.

Lauren Ladd added eight rebounds and three steals and Noftz snared three steals.

Emily Clymer scored 13 points and grabbed seven boards for the Panthers (3-1).

Nora Hemminger added 12 points.

Calvert tops future league foe

OREGON – Next year, it’ll be a league outing. But until then, Calvert will be satisfied with it being another early season conquest. The Senecas moved to 3-0, going on the road and coming back home with a 53-30 win over Cardinal Stritch.

Next year Calvert will join Cardinal Stritch in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.

Calvert built a 28-16 halftime lead, then iced the game with a 13-3 run in the fourth quarter.

Kate Brickner led the way with 18 points. Lindsay Bickley added 10 while also dishing out four assists. Nicole Bickley tacked on nine points while Margaret Bowers and Emma Sullivan were tops on the glass, each pulling down seven rebounds.

Tigers falter in second half

ATTICA – Arcadia bottled up Seneca East’s offense in the third quarter while getting its own in gear Saturday to pull away for a 76-48 win.

Seina Adachi scored 14 points in the first half to help stake Seneca East (3-3) to a 35-29 lead at intermission, but Arcadia (3-1) raced past the Tigers 26-3 in the third period to gain control.

Courtney Cramer netted three of her four 3-pointers and 11 of her game-high 24 points in the third period for the Redskins.

Molly Glick added 19 points and Rebecca Kirian had 12 for Arcadia.

Adachi ended with 17 for the Tigers, Brittany Brookes scored 13 and Kirsten Camp ended with nine.