Tigers dominate in N10 tilt
ATTICA — Wynford entered tied for second in the conference, looking for a chance to move closer to Northern 10 Athletic Conference leader Seneca East.
The Royals didn’t get it.
Seneca East had three players combine for 31 points and never let Wynford score more than nine points in a quarter Saturday in a 54-29 romp.
The 11-1 Tigers, alone atop the N10 standings at 8-0, got 11 points each from Marina Adachi and Alexis Hicks and another nine from Emily Siesel.
Siesel also snared seven steals while Jessica Bowerman hauled in eight rebounds.
That and a dominating first half helped Seneca East keep the Royals, who started the game tied with Buckeye Central for second in the N10 with a 5-1 conference mark, in check. The Tigers led 19-8 after the first quarter and entered halftime up 34-14.
Wynford (8-3, 5-2) got six points from Olivia Grove and five each from Rylee Alspach and Lyndie Williams.
key Upper Sandusky
UPPER SANDUSKY — Reagan Ward fueled Upper Sandusky’s dominating first quarter and Madison McLaughlin provided the spark in second quarter Saturday as the Rams rolled over Mohawk 67-32 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.
Ward netted eight points in the opening period to help the Rams (7-4, 5-2 N10) open up a 22-6 advantage, with McLaughlin netting seven of her team-high 16 points in the second quarter to help them enter intermission with a 42-18 lead.
Alexis Fogle added 15 points and five steals, Alivia Oney tallied 10 points and seven assists, Ward ended with 10 points and Eve Smith grabbed seven rebounds.
Aubrey Margraf netted 10 points for the Warriors (1-10, 1-6) and Marah Gillig tossed in nine.
Blue Devils get by Rockets
MORRAL — Sadie Arend collected 14 points and seven rebounds for Carey in a 47-38 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory over Ridgedale Saturday.
The Blue Devils (2-9, 2-5) led 15-11 after the first stop and increased their lead to 26-20 at the half.
Avarie Stewart tacked on nine points for the Blue Devils, while Hannah Lonsway and Ellison Roark both scored seven points. Roark also had six assists and five steals.
Madison Staton, McKinely Britton and Raylynn Mullins all had nine points for Ridgedale (3-8, 0-6).