Chieftains roll over Royals by 17
BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon freshman Makayla Elmore made things tough for Elmwood Tuesday night as she posted a double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds in a 50-33 Chieftains win.
The Chieftains (2-0) out-rebounded the Royals 45-23 and got out to a 17-6 lead after the first stop.
Backing Elmore for H-L was Jacque Burns with 11 points and eight boards, while Hailey Coppus had eight points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals. Elmore also tallied three steals and a pair of blocks.
Zoe Shank had 11 points and six rebounds for Elmwood, while Mattison Hillard added 11 points. The Royals shot just 25 percent (10 of 40) from the floor.
Rams handle Willard
UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky blitzed Willard 19-8 in first quarter and got a double-double from Megan Hensel in Tuesday’s 72-50 romp.
Hensel turned in 11 points, 11 boards and six assists for the Rams (3-0).
Abigail Fogle led everyone with 24 points for Upper Sandusky, Madison McLaughlin had 13 points and six rebounds, Alexis Fogle tallied 11 points and four steals, Tori Damron netted eight points and Alivia Oney chipped in three assists and five points.
Cassidy Crawford scored 17 points for the Crimson Flashes (0-1), Lydia Weiss netted 14 and Madie Secor had 10.
St. Joe drops Fliers
CLYDE — Fremont St. Joe kept Clyde’s offense in check until the fourth quarter en route to claiming a 69-59 win Tuesday.
The Crimson Streaks powered their way to a 34-21 halftime lead, then pushed their advantage to 53-35 by the end of third quarter.
Heidi Marshall tossed in a team-high 20 points for the Fliers (0-2) in the loss, Jackie Smith netted 15 and Alexis Keegan scored 14.
Tigers pull away in the fourth
NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore made 11 3-pointers, and powered off in the fourth quarter Tuesday to beat Old Fort 65-58.
The Tigers (2-0) ended the third quarter knotted at 44 with Old Fort, but outscored the Stockaders 21-14 from there for the win.
Morgan Miller sparked Old Fort (0-1) with 16 points and 19 rebounds. Jenna Clouse chipped in 11 points and Madisyn Spencer and Sydney Hossler both tallied 10.