Upper Sandusky overwhelms Ridgedale
UPPER SANDUSKY — Abigail Fogle and Megan Hensel combined to outscore Ridgedale as Upper Sandusky rolled to an 88-31 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win Saturday.
Fogle hit six 3-pointers en route to 27 points while Hensel netted 24 points for the Rams (12-3, 8-2 N10). Fogle also tallied seven assists and Hensel had seven rebounds and six assists.
Alexis Fogle chipped in eight points and six steals, Madison McLaughlin added eight points and six boards and Alivia Oney had four steals.
Briana Outcalt scored 10 points for the Rockets (6-10, 3-7).
Tigers turn back Redmen
BUCYRUS — Caylin Quiggle registered a double-double and two teammates also scored in double digits Saturday as Seneca East beat Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Bucyrus 57-43.
Quiggle tallied 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Tigers (10-4, 6-4 N10), who used a 25-18 scoring run in the second quarter to enter halftime up 36-24.
Marina Adachi scored a game-high 21 points for Seneca East, Bonnie Bivens had 12 and Jessica Bowerman tossed in eight.
Shaina Orewiler’s 12 points topped the Redmen (7-5, 4-4). Alivia Lewis followed with 12 points and Brooklyn Spears had nine.
Chieftains get right back to winning
BASCOM — Two days after losing to state-ranked Liberty-Benton in conference play, Hopewell-Loudon got back to winning in a big way.
Makayla Elmore nearly matched Woodmore’s point total and was one of five Chieftains to grab at least four rebounds Saturday in a 60-26 romp.
Elmore tossed in 23 points and added four boards, three steals and three blocks for Division IV Hopewell-Loudon (12-3), which fell 57-30 Thursday to L-B, ranked eighth in Division III.
Jacquelyn Burns added nine points, four steals and four rebounds, Olivia Zender hauled in six boards, and Hailey Coppus and Bailey Jameson also each had four rebounds.
Coppus also tallied six steals and three assists, Jameson snared four steals and Kyleigh Krupp dished three assists.
Nora LaMunyon paced the Wildcats (7-7) with seven points and six rebounds, and Hayley Freund grabbed three steals.
Lady Red swarm Pirates
BELLEVUE — Bellevue jumped out 31-7 in the first quarter and coasted from there Saturday in a 78-40 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Sandusky Perkins.
Casey Santoro poured in 24 points for the Redmen (13-1, 8-0 SBC), Cory Santoro scored 17 points, Payton Vogel had nine points and eight rebounds, and Gabrielle Turner and McKenna Davis each tossed in eight points.
Aleena Winston scored 12 points for the Pirates (8-5, 4-3) and Olivia Howard had 11. Nancy Siegel added eight boards.
Kin-led Blue Devils roll
SYCAMORE — Sydney Kin nearly matched Mohawk’s point total and ended with a double-double Saturday in Carey’s 64-23 Northern 10 Athletic Conference romp.
Kin tallied 21 points and 15 rebounds for the Blue Devils (14-1, 9-1 N10), who led 37-7 at halftime.
Sydney Ferguson and Destiny DeFeo each added nine points for Carey. Ferguson and Dana Worst both snared five steals, and Amber Nash and Bry Curlis both dished four assists.
Aubrey Margraf and Sandra Pennington both scored six points for the Warriors (3-11, 2-8).
Truckers come back to top Fliers
CLYDE — Clyde was coasting to a big Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win Saturday night as it led Norwalk 30-22 at halftime and maintained a 47-41 advantage entering the fourth.
However, Norwalk out-scored Clyde 24-9 in the fourth to complete the comeback, 65-56.
Kaelyn Harkness led Norwalk (13-3, 7-1 SBC Lake) with 21 points, while Bethany Cring backed her with 17 points and Jasmine Thomas finished with 13.
Heidi Marshall scored 21 points for Clyde (8-8, 4-4), while Alexis Keegan tacked on 11 points and Jackie Smith ended with six. The Fliers were 24 of 28 from the free throw line.