Girls Basketball Roundup: Mohawks maul MVCD
FOSTORIA – St. Wendelin hit blackjack in the first quarter against Maumee Valley Country Day while the Hawks didn’t hit anything. St. Wendelin steamrolled MVCD 21-0 in the opening frame and cruised to a 47-15 victory.
Makenzie McAfee led the Mohawks (2-2) with 14 points. Kamryn Troike added a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Edy Mowrey pulled in six rebounds and came up with five steals.
The Hawks connected on just 5 of 34 shots (14 percent) from the field.
Lopsided second quarter lifts Tigers
GIBSONBURG – Three of the quarters were closely contested, but the one that wasn’t was heavily in favor of Seneca East and tipped the fate of the game to the Tigers’ favor. A huge second quarter run lifted Seneca East to a 46-34 road win over Gibsonburg.
After playing to a 14-14 tie after one quarter, Seneca East outscored the Golden Bears 18-2 in the second.
Seneca East’s Kirsten Camp led all scorers with 15 points. Teammate Seina Adachi added 11 and Amber Enders chipped in eight.
Seneca East improves to 4-3 while Gibsonburg dropped to 1-3.