Push in 2nd half carries Redmen
FOSTORIA — Fostoria outscored Genoa 31-20 in the second half Thursday to claim its second win in a row and snap a five-game Northern Buckeye Conference losing streak.
Genoa entered halftime clinging to a 32-28 lead and searching for its first NBC win, but Tyriana Settles and Meredith Grine combined for 28 points over the final two periods to spark the Redmen (4-14, 2-10 NBC).
Settles and Grine each netted 14 points in the second half, with Settles ending with a game-high 27 and Grine tallying 18.
Kendall Gerke scored 15 points for the Comets (3-14, 0-12) and Paige Goodman had 13.
Rams rally, rally
again to drop Carey
in N10 clash
CAREY — First Upper Sandusky rallied for the halftime lead, then the Rams rallied for the win.
Carey erased a 10-point halftime deficit, but was then outscored by 10 in the fourth quarter Thursday as Upper Sandusky claimed a 57-47 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.
Down 14-13 at the first stop, the Rams (12-7, 10-4 N10) looked to gain control with a 19-8 scoring burst to enter the break up 32-22.
But Sadie Arend scored eight of her team-high 20 points in the third period for Carey (4-15, 4-10) to help the Blue Devils knot the score at 40 heading in the final quarter.
Upper Sandusky took over from there, with Alexis Fogle nailing all three of her 3-pointers in the period to fuel a 17-7 scoring run on her way to a game-high 26 points.
Reagan Ward added 10 points for the Rams and Alivia Oney had seven. Oney also had five rebounds and four assists while Fogle snared five steals.
Tiell backed Arend with nine points for Carey and Ellison Roark had seven.
SYCAMORE — Mohawk nearly squandered a 12-point lead in the fourth quarter, but Aubrey Margraf scored on a layup with two seconds left to push the Warriors past Ridgemont 52-50 Thursday.
The Warriors (4-15) led 43-31 to start the final period, but Ridgemont hit four of its eventual 10 3-pointers in the game in the period to help tie the game at 50 to set up Margraf’s game-winner.
Margraf led all players with 22 points for Mohawk, Aubrie Harper tossed in 12 and Marah Gillig netted eight.
Jen Jordan paced the Golden Gophers with 12 points, Faith Jenkins scored 11, Nadia Martino registered 10 and Hannah Shaffner ended with eight.