GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Norwalk topped Columbian 36-23. Hannah Cooper dropped in 11 points for TC.
n Upper Sandusky downed Wynford 34-23 as Alivia Oney scored 16 points for the Rams, while Hailey Niederkohr ended withy 12 points.n New Riegel beat Seneca East 32-24.
n Mohawk routed Ridgedale 36-4 as Hailey Miller finished with 16 points for the Warriors.
BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Seneca East torched Danbury 62-20. Cade Reichert led 12 Tiger scorers with 10 points and seven rebounds, while Chase Foos added nine points and four boards and Collan Martin recorded eight points, five rebounds and five assists.
n New Riegel’s Allan Acree compiled 15 points in New Riegel’s 40-18 win over St. Wendelin.
n Hunter Hendrix tossed in 14 points and Nic Somodi added 11 for Calvert in a 43-37 win over Old Fort. Zach Kohlenberg had 12 and Carson Steyer nine for the Stockaders.n Carey topped Bucyrus 58-50.
n Clyde routed Margaretta 70-48.
BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Hopewell-Loudon defeated Woodmore 33-25 as Ethan Grieser had 18 and Carter Richey five for H-L.
n Clyde beat Margaretta 41-34.
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s seventh grade downed Arcadia 45-19. Colin Nutter led the Stockaders with 12 points, while Garrett Havens added 10 and Casey Clouse finished with seven.
n Mohawk dispatched Lakota 50-29 as Trey Combs poured in 18 points for the winners and Austin Tusing added 13.
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Old Fort beat Sandusky St. Mary 60-32 Friday night. Allison Adelsperger led the winners with 21 points, five assists, seven steals and four blocks, while Peyton Miller added 15 points, six assists and three steals.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Arcadia 30-19. Jordan Reineck had eight points and Riley Lehner chipped in seven.
n Old Fort’s seventh grade topped Arcadia 26-4 as Chloe Wilkinson led the winners with eight points and Madison Nesselhauf ended with six.
BOYS BASKETBALL: Clyde topped Margaretta 67-53. Derrick Harrah led the Fliers with 23 points, while Seth Hohman added 21 points.
n Sandusky St. Mary downed 87-56. The Panthers started 32-10 in the first quarter and rolled from there. Levi Myers scored nine points for the Raiders, while Braden Schaser also had nine.