Girls Basketball Roundup: Troike sees 20-20
FOSTORIA – It doesn’t matter what Kamryn Troike’s eye doctor has to say, on the court she has 20-20 vision.
The St. Wendelin sophomore poured in 28 points while grabbing 21 rebounds in a 66-32 thrashing of Sandusky St. Mary Wednesday.
The Mohawks sprinted out to a 16-2 lead after one period, and put the game away with a 22-7 fourth quarter run.
Makenzie McAfee backed Troike with 12 points and Ali Rutter chipped in 11 while dishing out seven assists. Edy Mowrey pulled in eight rebounds, had five assists and four steals.
Slow start dooms FHS
FOSTORIA – Fostoria started out slow Wednesday against Rossford and could never recover, dropping a 48-32 Northern Buckeye Conference decision. Rossford grabbed a 9-2 lead after the first quarter and gradually pulled away the rest of the night.
Julie Hotz and Cheyenne Davis each scored 15 to lead Rossford. Hotz also had team-highs in assists (5), steals (6) and rebounds (8).
Olivia Valenti scored 13 to lead Fostoria (1-14, 0-9). Erica Moore finished with eight rebounds.