Girls Basketball Roundup: Mohawks get first MAL win

SYCAMORE – Kamryn Troike accounted for the lion’s share of her team’s points and rebounds Thursday as St. Wendelin beat Midland Athletic League foe Mohawk 41-39.

Troike tallied 24 points and 16 rebounds to help the Mohawks (4-3, 1-3 MAL) earn their first league win.

Edy Mowrey added eight points, Makenzie McAfee netted six points and Allie Rutter turned in eight assists and three steals.

Julie Adelsperger’s 14 points, four rebounds and three steals sparked the Warriors (3-4, 2-2).

Clara Adelsperger added nine points and five boards, and Ally Weinandy and Kasey Adelsperger each chipped in eight points and five boards.

Seneca East holds on late

NORTH BALTIMORE – Brittany Brookes and Seina Adachi handled the scoring in a key fourth quarter Thursday as Seneca East slipped past North Baltimore 49-47 in Midland Athletic League action.

The Tigers led 38-32 after the third period, but North Baltimore rallied to make it close.

Brookes scored six of her 13 points in the final quarter and Adachi added five of her game-high 17. Amber Enders and Hannah Hahler both chipped in six points.

FHS can’t hold back Otsego

FOSTORIA – Otsego erased a two-point halftime deficit by outscoring Fostoria 15-8 in the third period, then held on Thursday for a 51-49 Northern Buckeye Conference win.

Foul shots didn’t help Fostoria’s cause, with the Redmen going only 9 for 20. The Knights went 21 for 34 at the line.

Abby Hesselschidt’s 20 points for Otsego led everyone. Morgan Smoyer added 14 points and 11 rebounds.

Jada Hampton scored 14 points for FHS and Erica Moore and Olivia Valenti both tossed in 11. Alexus Smith grabbed six rebounds.