Girls Basketball Roundup: Blue Devils cruise to 12-0

CAREY – Three Carey players scored in double digits and another nearly did so Saturday in a 61-17 romp over Vanlue.

Ali Rymer led the charge with 13 points and seven rebounds for the unbeaten Blue Devils (12-0).

Hannah Draper added 11 points and four assists, Logan Johnson netted 10 points and Sydney Wentling tossed in nine points.

Mackenzie Wentling snared four steals.

The Wildcats got seven points from Haley Bonhman.

Senecas thunder past Galion

GALION – Calvert dominated the first half and Nicole Bickley nearly had a double-double in Saturday’s 63-38 rout of Galion.

The Senecas (9-3) led 32-14 by halftime, and Bickley ended with eight points and 11 rebounds.

Kate Brickner added 14 points and five steals, Lindsay Bickley had 11 points and four steals and Danielle Kontak chipped in five assists and five boards.

Ramonda Dorsey’s 10 points keyed the Tigers. Taylor Valentine added nine points.

Cold shooting can’t halt H-L

BASCOM – Hopewell-Loudon survived a frigid afternoon of shooting Saturday to turn back Hardin Northern 44-37.

The Chieftains (6-4) hit on just 20.6 percent of their field goal attempts – 13 for 63 – and went only 15 for 30 at the foul line.

Hardin Northern fared better in the field, going 15 for 51 for a paltry 29.4 percent, but the Polar Bears ended only 4 for 14 at the line.

Courtney Burns keyed H-L with 15 points and Aleta Daniel scored nine. Hope Brickner hauled in 11 rebounds and Brook Arbogast snared another 10 to help H-L hold a 39-23 advantage on the boards.

Holly Wilson’s 19 points for Hardin Northern led everyone, but none of her teammates netted more than six.

FHS left seeking first conference win

PEMBERVILLE – Regan Boice popped in 21 points and Emily Hayward almost turned in a double-double Saturday as Eastwood outlasted Fostoria 56-52 in a battle of teams seeking their first Northern Buckeye Conference win.

Hayward registered 11 points and nine rebounds and Bocie added three steals for the Eagles (2-10, 1-6 NBC).

Kara Ameling also scored 11 points and Mackenzie Albright dished four assists.

Erica Moore scored a game-high 22 points for the Redmen (1-10, 0-7), and added five assists and three steals.

Jada Hampton netted 11 points, Olivia Valenti scored nine points and Deija Williams had eight boards and three steals.

Stockaders lose steam in second half

ARCADIA – Arcadia stormed past Old Fort 20-7 in the third quarter to turn a close game into a 57-38 win Saturday.

Mack Ward scored seven points in the first half to help Old Fort (10-2) enter the break clinging to a 21-18 lead, but the Redskins (8-3) rolled from there.

Courtney Cramer netted 14 of her 19 points in the second half for Arcadia, netting eight in the third period to help the Redskins pull away.

Teammate Molly Glick’s 21 points led everyone.

Peyton Miller topped the Stockaders with 13 points, Ward netted nine and Sammy Miller scored seven. Sam Hartsel added six rebounds.