Fliers gang up to boot Perkins in SBC tilt

CLYDE — Caden Berger and Jack Morrison combined for 26 points and three teammates each added eight Friday to key Clyde’s 59-52 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Perkins.

Berger led the way with 14 points and Morrison had 12 for the Fliers (4-3, 3-0 SBC). Kaiden Olson, Carson Rieman and Johnny Marshall all scored eight points.

The Pirates (2-9, 2-4) got 17 points from Sam Siegel and 11 from Zach Voight.

Blue Jackets

battle past Raiders

NEW RIEGEL — Lakota rallied in the third quarter but New Riegel countered in the fourth Friday to claim a 44-41 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.

The Blue Jackets (3-8, 3-5 SBC) entered intermission up 22-16, but Lakota doubled them up 18-9 in the third period to claim a 34-31 lead.

New Riegel answered with a 13-7 fourth quarter to get the win.

Nick Reinhart scored 14 points and Chris Acree netted 11 for New Riegel. Brandon Gillig chipped in 10 points, six rebounds, three steals and three assists, and Logan Schalk grabbed seven boards.

Josh Matz paced the Raiders (1-10, 1-7) with 11 points and seven rebounds. Ethan Klotz tossed in 10 points and Elijah Franks added seven.

Bucks slog past Wynford

NEW WASHINGTON — The game didn’t feature stellar shooting and both teams had 16 turnovers, but Buckeye Central fared well at the foul line Friday to turn back Wynford 37-25 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

The Bucks (11-2, 9-0 N10) ended just 12 of 35 overall (34.3%) and 3 of 16 (18.8%) on 3-pointers, but went 10 of 11 at the foul line.

Wynford (8-5, 5-4), meanwhile, suffered through a 7-for-32 overall effort (21.9%) and a 2-for-11 showing on 3-pointers (18.2%). The Royals shot 9 of 13 on free throws.

Lexi Evak keyed the victors with 11 points, nine rebounds, three steals and three blocks.

Ally Green and Claudia Pifher each chipped in 10 points, with Pifher also snaring three steals. Taylor Ratliff added eight boards and five assists.

Savannah Tobias topped Wynford with 14 points. None of her teammates scored more than five points.

Eagles edge Rams in 3OT

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky had more scorers, but Colonel Crawford had Allison Teglovic, and that ultimately proved to be the difference Friday.

Teglovic tossed in 25 game-high points to push the Eagles past upset-minded Upper Sandusky 51-49 in a triple-overtime Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.

Kaylyn Risner backed Teglovic with 14 points and Hannah Plesac scored nine for the Eagles (11-2, 7-2 N10).

Reagan Ward’s 13 points and seven rebounds keyed the Rams (4-10, 3-6), but she fouled out in the first overtime.

Jenna Kurtz chipped in 11 points, Eve Smith had nine points and seven boards and Grace Vent added eight points.