Kin-led Blue Devils get past Redmen, 41-29
CAREY — Sydney Kin posted another double-double Saturday with 15 points and 10 rebounds as Carey downed Bucyrus 41-29 in a Northern 10 Athletic Conference matchup.
Carey led 23-19 at the half, but then outscored the Redmen 18-10 in the second half for the win. Sydney Ferguson added eight points for the Blue Devils (7-3), while Bry Curlis ended with seven.
For the Redmen, Shania Orewiler had 10 points and Alivia Lewis finished with eight.
Fast start lifts Bucks
NEW WASHINGTON — A 16-6 first-quarter start led to a 53-34 Buckeye Central win over Colonel Crawford in a Northern 10 Athletic Conference contest.
Jenna Karl led Buckeye Central (9-2, 6-1 N10) with 17 points and nine rebounds, while Courtney Pifher added 15 points. Isabelle Biglin scored six points and pulled down a team-high 11 rebounds.
Alexus Burkhart scored 20 of the Eagles’ 34 points.The Bucks held a big 32-11 edge on the boards.
Redmen complete 4th-quarter comeback
VANLUE — Behind 26-21 entering the fourth quarter, Fostoria ramped up the offense and outscored Vanlue 24-13 to take a non-league win 45-39 Saturday.
Evion Taylor led the Redmen (4-7) with 17 points, including going 11 of 14 from the free throw line. As a team, Fostoria was 20 for 30 from the line. Meredith Grine chipped in nine points and four rebounds for FHS, Tyrianna Settles tallied 10 points and six boards and Gabby Gregg ended with six points and six steals.
Amanda Clymer led Vanlue with 13 points and Maliah Shook finished with 11.
Fogle’s 29 points fuels Rams
UPPER SANDUSKY — Abigail Fogle lit up Wynford Saturday as the junior guard drained six 3-pointers on her way to a 29-point game as Upper Sandusky routed the Royals 62-33 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.
The Rams raced out to a 20-3 first-quarter advantage and coasted from there as they held a 41-8 halftime lead. Megan Hensel tallied nine points, five rebounds and three steals for Upper Sandusky (12-0, 7-0 N10), while Sierra Carey had six points, five boards and 10 assists. Olivia Grove scored 15 points for the Royals (4-9, 2-5).
NR wins behind Gillig’s monster game
ATTICA — New Riegel’s Brianna Gillig recorded 21 points, 18 rebounds, six steals and five assists as the Blue Jackets ran away from Seneca East for a 43-28 non-league victory.
As both teams struggled shooting (New Riegel 17 of 52; Seneca East 10 of 47), New Riegel had a 44-29 rebounding advantage and held the Tigers to just 3 of 18 shooting from 3-point range.
The Blue Jackets led 23-14 at the half and upped their lead to 39-17 after a 16-3 third quarter. Shelby Mathias had 10 points and seven boards for New Riegel.
For Seneca East, Megan Siesel led the attack with 13 points on 4-of-18 shooting. Bonnie Bivens collected eight points and 16 rebounds in the paint.
2nd period surge propels Chieftains
KANSAS — Hopewell-Loudon led 14-9 after one quarter Saturday when a 20-5 second-quarter surge fueled the Chieftains to a 58-23 rout of Lakota in non-conference play.
Brooklyn Arbogast tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds for the winners, while Hailey Coppus added 11 points and seven boards, Jacque Burns chipped in eight points and four assists and Alexis Feindel ended with seven points and seven rebounds.
H-L turned Lakota over 24 times and held a huge rebounding edge, 47-16.
For the Raiders, Kaitlyn Mogle recorded eight points and three steals.
Mohawk thrives from big finish
MORRAL — Mohawk’s contest with Ridgedale was tight throughout the first three quarters, but a big 20-10 fourth gave the Warriors a 44-35 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.
Chelsey Trusty had 23 points and six steals for Mohawk as she shot 11 of 15 from the free throw stripe. Anna Stillberger tacked on 11 points and four steals and both Aubrey Margraf and Beth Dundore pulled down seven rebounds.