Rams power past Tigers
ATTICA — Mason Vent scored 24 game-high points in just three quarters of work and two teammates also scored in double digits Friday to key Upper Sandusky’s 74-50 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Seneca East.
Cameron McCreary chipped in 15 points for the Rams (13-4, 10-2 N10) and Cole Sowers scored 11.
D.J. Ruffing’s 15 points topped the Tigers (6-10, 4-9) and Tyler Turek turned in eight.
Fliers ride scoring runs
HURON — Clyde ended both halves on big runs Friday to thump Huron 60-44.
Huron led 24-20 in the second quarter before Clyde countered with a 14-0 run to enter the break up 34-24.
The Tigers cut the gap to 39-36 by the end of the third period, but Clyde answered with a 21-8 scoring surge in the fourth to get the win.
Cam Farrar led the Fliers (10-7) by hitting six 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 24 points. Brock Newsome and Will Dowling each added 10 points and Derrick Harrah had eight.
Drew Wennes tossed in 14 points for Huron (8-9) and Casey Scroggins netted eight.
Late push lifts BC to a win
NEW WASHINGTON — Buckeye Central rallied in the fourth quarter to upend Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Ridgedale 38-32.
The Bucks (4-13, 3-9 N10) trailed 28-21 at the end of the third period before using a 17-4 run in the fourth to get the win.
Foul shooting helped Buckeye Central throughout the game, with the Bucks going 15 for 19 at the line. That helped counter a frigid 10-for-35 effort on field goal tries.
Brady Biglin led the victors with 13 points, Darren Wurm had 11 points and four steals, Jake Heefner tallied seven points and 12 rebounds and Damian Dean snared three steals.
The Rockets (9-10, 4-9) got 11 points and six boards from Adam Beard, eight points from Ashton Bigler and four steals from Clayton Lust.
Hayman, Warriors storm off in second
SYCAMORE — Mohawk erupted in the second quarter to take control Friday en route to smacking Wynford 76-50 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.
The Warriors (16-1, 11-1 N10) already led 19-10 heading into the second quarter before Zach Hayman scored 11 of his game-high 26 points in the period to fuel a 27-9 run for a 46-19 halftime lead.
Keith Jenkins added 16 points and seven rebounds for Mohawk, Chris Klopp had 15 points and seven boards, Austin Tusing scored 11 points and Hunter Gottfried netted eight points.
Josh Crall paced the Royals (5-14, 5-9) with 18 points and Gunner Coffman had 12.
Vikings battle past H-L
LEIPSIC — Leipsic took advantage of Hopewell-Loudon’s offensive struggles in the middle quarters Friday to out-scrap the Chieftains 63-57 in Blanchard Valley Conference play.
Hopewell-Loudon (11-7, 5-4 BVC) led 24-17 at the first stop, but was outscored 28-13 by the Vikings over the next two periods.
Dylan Schroeder led Leipsic (8-9, 6-3) with 21 points, Tyler Hiegel netted 18 and Cole Rieman added eight.
Jordan Jury scored 21 points for the Chieftains, Kyle Rumschlag backed him with 13 and Travis Milligan had nine.