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Pirates bottle up Tornadoes for SBC win

PHOTO BY MIKE ELDRIDGE Columbian's Hailey Cooper shoots over Perkins' Avery Bing Tuesday in Sandusky.

SANDUSKY — Only three players scored at least seven points and all three suited up for Perkins in Tuesday’s 53-23 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Columbian.

The Pirates (13-3, 7-2 SBC) dominated all game, grabbing a 15-7 lead at the first stop en route to a 25-15 halftime advantage. The defense clamped down more in the second half, allowing just eight points.

Olivia Howard sparked Perkins with 22 points. Avery Bing had eight points and Jordyn Martin scored seven.

The Tornadoes (3-8, 0-7) got six points from Tatiyana Dines and five from Hailey Cooper.

Tigers cruise to top of N10

BUCYRUS — Makenna Depinet led three double-digit scorers for Seneca East in a 68-25 Northern 10 Athletic Conference romp Tuesday past Bucyrus.

Depinet tallied 20 points and seven steals for the Tigers (14-2), who inched ahead of Buckeye Central for the top spot in the N10 with an 11-1 conference record.

Buckeye Central (10-1 N10) had the night off.

Jessica Bowerman added 16 points and eight rebounds for Seneca East and Brooke Bordner scored 10 points.

Karmyn Blizzard tossed in 13 points for the Redmen (0-15, 0-11) and Caleigh Rister had 10.

Blue Devils roll past Mohawk

SYCAMORE — Carey nearly scored all the points it needed in the first quarter Tuesday in a 42-14 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Mohawk.

The Blue Devils (9-5, 7-5 N10) blanked Mohawk 13-0 in the first quarter and led 28-4 at halftime.

Sadie Arend led the victors with 15 points and three steals. Avarie Stewart chipped in nine points and Bailey Tanner had six assists, five rebounds and three steals.

Bailey Sheets scored five points for the Warriors (3-13, 1-10).

Sandusky rides second-half surge

CLYDE — Sandusky pulled away in the second half Tuesday, turning a close Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division game into a 59-38 win against Clyde.

The Blue Streaks (10-6, 6-4 SBC) entered intermission clinging to a 27-24 lead, but outscored Clyde 15-6 in the third quarter and 17-8 in the fourth to secure the victory.

Dashanti Miller paced Sandusky with 18 points and Amiyah Sturdivant tossed in 17.

Sidney Hohman scored 12 points for the Fliers (8-8, 4-5), Kristen Harrah added 11 and Kaylee Eltingham ended with eight.

Ridgedale battles past Rams

MORRAL — Brianna Outcalt and Caitlyn Thiel combined for 27 points Tuesday to guide Ridgedale past Upper Sandusky 38-30 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Outcalt tossed in 15 points and Thiel had 12 for the Rockets (7-9, 4-8 N10).

Eve Smith’s nine points and Jenna Ward’s seven keyed the Rams (4-12, 3-8). Reagan Ward added six points and six rebounds.

Early frenzy helps Rossford

TOLEDO — Rossford dominated early, then held back winless Fostoria from there Tuesday to claim a 54-46 Northern Buckeye Conference win.

The Bulldogs (8-6, 5-5 NBC) looked en route to a rout with a 23-3 lead after the first quarter and 36-11 halftime advantage.

The Redmen (0-16, 0-11) still trailed 46-23 when the fourth quarter started, but outscored Rossford 23-8 in the final period.

Sammi Mikonowicz popped in 20 points for Rossford, Katie Glowacki had 13 and Madison Schimming tallied 11.

Jennafer Johnson’s 14 points keyed Fostoria, Mya Weimerskirch netted 11 and Kacy Smith had seven.

Blue Jackets upset St. Joe in OT

FREMONT — Nick Reinhart approached a double-double and New Riegel overcame foul shooting woes Tuesday to upset Fremont St. Joe 61-58 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.

The Blue Jackets (3-10, 3-7 SBC) had a chanced to win in regulation, entering the fourth quarter with a 39-34 lead, but St. Joe used a 17-12 scoring advantage in the fourth to force overtime.

Reinhart sparked New Riegel with 10 points and eight rebounds, Chris Acree scored 16 points and Logan Schalk netted 11 points.

Jacob Theis added eight points, Hayden Hohman snared four steals and Brandon Gillig dished three assists.

The Crimson Streaks (10-4, 7-3) got a game-high 20 points from Blake Michael. Brody Deck added 14 points, Grant Stepanic scored eight and Chase Harrison had seven. Harrison also hauled in eight rebounds.

Perkins sweeps away TC bowlers

FOSTORIA –Perkins’ girls rallied in the baker games Tuesday to beat Columbian while the boys also claimed a win against the Tornadoes.

The Pirates trailed Columbian’s girls 1,338-1,306 after the individual portion, but used a 598-489 advantage in baker games to get the 1,904-1,827 win.

Perkins took the boys match 2,688-2,485.

Abby Aceto led Perkins in the girls match with a 365 series and Taylor Kaufman rolled a 305. Abby Taylor (268) and Caitlyn Erney (185) also contributed, with Dessa Donte (85) and Carla Fritz (96) combining for a 183 series.

Columbian’s Danielle Rosenbauer led everyone with a 371 series. Ainsley Sherman (259), Jenna Bonnell (240), Norah Smith (235) and Emily Sikora (233) each rolled above a 230 series.

But Perkins rallied in the baker games, taking the first 174-103 and tying TC at 97 in the second. The teams split the two remaining games, with Perkins winning one 181-140 and TC taking the o ther 149-146.

In the boys match, Perkins used a pair of 400 series as the springboard to its win; Gabe Moldanado rolled a 449 series and Ryan Ferback had a 420.

Josh Johnson added a 395 for Perkins and Zack Ferback had a 324. Brandon Lee added a 156 game and the Pirates got a 211 score in the other game.

Tommy Peer led the Tornadoes with a 380 series, Owen Thomsic added a 376. Zavier Sherman registered a 362 and Michael Ross tallied a 338. The Tornadoes also got a 158 game from Will Heineman and a 144 score in another game.

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