2nd-half burst carries Carey past Bucks

NEW WASHINGTON — Carey powered off in the second half Saturday, turning a close Northern 10 Athletic Conference game with Buckeye Central into a 55-40 victory.

Buckeye Central entered halftime clinging to a 26-24 lead, but Carey outscored the Bucks 31-14 in the final two quarters to pull away.

Hayden Stone keyed the Blue Devils (10-9, 7-6 N10) with 18 points and nine rebounds, Ian Yeater had 17 points, seven boards and five assists and Cade Crawford turned in five assists and four steals.

Brady Kerschner netted 12 points for Buckeye Central (2-17, 1-13), Aiden McDougal scored seven points, Jake Heefner hauled in 11 rebounds, Damian Dean dished five assists and Tyler Rose snared three steals.

Rams roll up Redmen

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky cranked up the offense in the first half and ended with six players scoring in double digits Saturday in a 113-41 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Bucyrus.

Mason Vent’s 21 points paced the Rams (17-1, 12-0 N10), who led 30-10 at the first stop and 61-23 at halftime.

Gavin Carey chipped in 19 points, Evan Young netted 16, Cameron McCreary scored 13, Trent Beamer tossed in 12 and Cade Adams added 11.

Lucas Kozinski netted 12 points for the Redmen (2-17, 2-13) and Mike Wise had 11.

Tusing sparks Warriors

SYCAMORE — Austin Tusing fueled a big start and ended as one of Mohawk’s four double-digit scorers Saturday in a 72-54 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Seneca East.

Tusing scored 14 of his game-high 26 points in the first quarter to help the Warriors vault (13-7, 9-5 N10) out to a 23-5 lead.

Brock Brause backed him with 15 points, Tyler Hayman had 12 and A.J. Hess chipped in 11.

Andrew Kalb scored 14 points for the Tigers (6-12, 4-10), Jake Forehand tossed in 13 and Zane Gibbs had 11.

Clyde rally comes up short

CLYDE — Huron got off to a quick start and held off Clyde late Saturday to earn a 53-50 win.

The Tigers (14-3) sprinted out to a 22-7 lead by the end of the first quarter and led 44-35 by the end of the third quarter.

Clyde (9-8) rallied in the fourth, outscoring the Tigers 15-9 before Huron secured the victory.

Joey Brown’s 18 points for Huron led everyone. Drew Wennes added 13 points and Nic Ritzler scored 12.

Caden Berger and Johnny Marshall both scored 13 points for the Fliers, Kaiden Olson had nine and Shane Hohman tossed in eight.