Girls Basketball Roundup: New Riegel cages Tigers

NEW RIEGEL – With four players scoring double digits its no surprise New Riegel’s girls easily handled North Baltimore, 65-32.

Taylor Arbogast led New Riegel (11-1, 4-1 MAL) with 16 points, shooting 6 of 6 from the free throw line, followed closely by Lauren Ladd, who put up 15 points and was 3 of 3 on free throws.

Kara Scherger added 14 points, while Taylor Kirian, who also shot perfect on free throws hitting 4 of 4, rounded up the double digit scorers with 10 points.

Ladd grabbed seven rebounds while Arbogast followed with six of her own. Arbogast and Ladd also recorded five steals each for New Riegel.

North Balitmore’s Olivia Frost nailed four 3-pointers to lead the team with 12 points, and Kiah Powell led the Tigers in rebounds with seven.

Blue Devils stay unbeaten

CAREY – Led by Sydney Wentling’s 17 points, Carey continued it’s winning ways, defeating Seneca East 65-39.

Carey’s win was no solo effort as Wentling was backed by Ali Rymer’s 14 points, Shelby Kin’s 12 points, and Logan Johnson’s 10 points. Rymer also led the Blue Devil’s (11-0, 5-0 MAL ) in rebounds, grabbing 10, while Kin had nine of her own.

Seneca East’s Seina Adachi led the team with 15 points, followed by Brittany Brookes’ nine points.

Kirsten Camp also added nine points for the Tigers.

Old Fort rolls past Lakota

LAKOTA – A one-loss Old Fort team was just too much as the Stockaders rolled over Lakota 50-31.

Alli Adelsperger led Old Fort (10-1, 4-0 MAL) with 12 points. Not far behind were teammates Mackenzie Ward and Peyton Miller, who recorded 10 points each.

Ward and Miller also led the team with seven steals each. Sam Hartsel was Old Fort’s leading rebounder with seven.

Lakota was led by Katie Park’s eight points and Bree Long-Meyer’s seven points.