Reineck’s 17 points propels Stockaders by rival Senecas

PHOTO BY ZACH BAKER Above, Old Fort’s Ashlyn Magers attempts a jumper as Calvert’s AJ Hemminger (left) and Frannie Webb defend.

OLD FORT — Old Fort led Calvert 12-10 after the first period Tuesday.

After an even first quarter, the Stockaders outscored the Senecas 28-10 in the middle quarters to breeze to a 61-41 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.

Jordan Reineck led the winners with 17 points, while Kara Davidson tacked on 11 and Chloe Wilkinson and Jaislyn Woodall each chipped in eight.

Maddie Schumacher led the Senecas with 12 points. AJ Hemminger and Frannie Webb each added eight points.

Eagles boot Rams

NORTH ROBINSON — Allison Teglovic paced Colonel Crawford with 22 points in a 54-21 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory over Upper Sandusky.

The Eagles led 21-10 after a quarter and held a 46-18 lead after three periods.

Theresa Dzugan had 10 points and Hannah Plesac added nine for the Eagles.

Reagen Ward led the Rams with six points.

The Rams only managed five points in the second half.

Bucks get big N10 win

BUCYRUS — A 15-4 second quarter ended up being the difference Tuesday as Buckeye Central topped Wynford 56-49 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference action.

After a 6-6 first quarter, Buckeye Central was on the right side of the 15-4 second period to take a 21-10 lead at the half.

Claudia Pifher led the Bucks with 18 points, while Lexi Evak added 14 points and 13 rebounds and Taylor Ratliff finished with 13 points and eight assists.

Gillig, Blue Jackets handle St. Joe

NEW RIEGEL — Brooklyn Gillig compiled 21 points and four steals for New Riegel in a 50-35 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win over Fremont St. Joe Tuesday.

New Riegel got out to a good start with a 17-7 lead after the first stop and led 28-20 at the half.

Aubrey Bouillon added eight points, right rebounds, four steals and three blocks for the Blue Jackets, while Bria Dailey had eight points.

New Riegel held St. Joe to 11 of 51 shooting (21.6%).

Big first quarter fuels Polar Bears

CLYDE — Margaretta improved to 4-0 Tuesday after racing out to a 23-2 first-quarter lead against Clyde.

The Polar Bears cruised to a 79-33 victory.

Margaretta led 45-9 at the half.

The Polar Bears had five players in double figures led by Katy Mullens’ 17 points. Taylor Malson added 16 points, Elliana Schaefer had 13, Jayden Moore scored 11 and Devyne Eisenhauer ended with 10.

Sidney Hohman led Clyde (2-2) with 15 points.