Rockets get around Warriors

MORRAL — Ally Johnson and Briana Outcalt combined for 26 points, but Madison Staton added clutch points in the fourth quarter Friday to help Ridgedale beat Mohawk 51-46 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Johnson led everyone with 14 points for the Rockets (7-14, 4-11 N10), but had just two points in the fourth period, a quarter Ridgedale entered with a 37-31 lead.

Stanton scored six of her eight points in the game in the final period, which included a 4-for-4 effort at the foul line.

Outcalt ended with 12 points and Brooke Mulvaine tossed in another nine for Ridgedale.

Shay Miler and Madison Fredritz each scored 11 points for the Warriors (4-17, 2-14), and Aubrey Margraf and Aubrie Harper both had eight.

Blue Devils rout Redmen

CAREY — Carey kept Bucyrus from scoring in the double digits in the first three quarters en route to a 59-33 victory in Northern 10 Athletic Conference action.

The Blue Devils jumped out to an early 20-2 lead in the first period before taking a 32-8 edge into the half. By the end of the third, the Redmen came close to scoring double figures, but Carey (19-2, 12-2) kept the scoring to nine for a 49-17 advantage.

Bucyrus (10-9, 7-8) managed to outscore the Blue Devils 16-10, but fell short.

Sydney Kin had a game-high 20 points to lead Carey, while Sydney Ferguson and Destiny DeFeo each added eight points. DeFeo also dished out six assists.

The Redmen were led by Shania Orewiler with 11 points.

Rams rough up Royals

UPPER SANDUSKY — The Fogle sisters combined for 45 points and Megan Hensel added a triple-double Friday as Upper Sandusky routed Wynford 81-39 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Abigail Fogle led everyone with 24 points and Alexis Fogle netted 21 for the Rams (15-6, 11-4 N10).

Hensel backed them with 19 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and four steals.

Madison McLaughlin scored 10 points, and Abigail Fogle had six assists and three steals.

Savannah Tobias scored 12 points for the Royals (5-16, 3-12) and Olivia Grove had eight.

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