Moore sets SBC, school diving record for TC

OAK HARBOR — The first day of the Sandusky Bay Conference swim meet is done, and Columbian is off to a record start.

Well, technically, Columbian’s Clay Moore is.

Moore won the diving portion of the meet with 311.95 points, setting SBC Bay Division and school records.

Teammate Trevor McCarthy added a third for the Tornadoes with 263.3 points.

The meet resumes Saturday morning at Oak Harbor High.

Chieftains swat

away Hornets

BASCOM — Five Hopewell-Loudon players scored at least seven points and six of the Chieftains combined for 11 blocks Thursday in a 70-15 whipping of Blanchard Valley Conference foe Cory-Rawson.

Makayla Elmore led the victors with 15 points, 14 rebounds, three steals and two blocks.

Hailey Coppus followed with 11 points, six steals and two blocks, Jacquelyn Burns had nine points, four assists and a block, Kyleigh Krupp tallied nine points and two blocks and Emily Pace ended with seven points and three steals.

Kenadee Siebenaller chipped in seven boards, five assists, five steals and block, Bailey Jameson had eight rebounds, three assists and three blocks and Olivia Zender snared four steals.

The Hornets got eight points and seven rebounds from Zoe Chisholm and seven rebounds from Sami Roth.

Blue Jackets

race past St. Mary

SANDUSKY — New Riegel broke free in the second quarter and got a double-double from Brianna Gillig en route to beating Sandusky St. Mary 56-32 Thursday in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.

The teams ended the first quarter knotted at 11, but the Blue Jackets (4-7, 3-1 SBC) raced past St. Mary 20-8 in the second to take control.

Gillig sparked New Riegel with 25 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Brooklyn Gillig added 12 points, Kaitlyn Kirian scored 10 points, Lindsay Bouillon tallied nine rebounds and four assists and Kristin Coleman dished four assists.

Ashley Huntley and Faith Lamb both scored six points for the Panthers.

Stockaders stumble early

CASTALIA — Margaretta dominated the first quarter and kept Old Fort in check from there Thursday on the way to a 60-37 win.

The Polar Bears jumped out 14-2 by the end of the first period and led 29-14 at halftime.

Jenna Clouse led the Stockaders (5-7) with 12 points, Whitney Bilger scored seven points, Morgan Miller hauled in 12 rebounds and Madisyn Spencer grabbed nine boards.

Surge in third keys Perkins

CLYDE — Sydney Thom fueled a run in the third quarter and was one of three Perkins players to score in double digits Thursday as the Pirates upended Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division foe Clyde 55-50.

The Pirates trailed 22-18 at halftime, but Thom scored all 10 of her points in the third period to help Perkins double up Clyde 22-11 in the quarter.

Aleena Winston tossed in a game-high 22 points for Perkins and Olivia Howard added 16.

Heidi Marshall’s 21 points topped the Fliers (7-7, 4-3 SBC). Alayna Barrera scored 12 points and Madison Bannister added eight.