Old Fort’s Tarris bowls 726 series, advances

PORT CLINTON — Old Fort’s Hayden Tarris finished second overall and earned a district berth Friday at the Division II bowling sectional at Star Lanes at the Harbor in Port Clinton.

Tarris, a freshman, rolled games of 244, 238 and 244 for a 726 series.

Edison’s Brandon Goodrich took the individual title with a 774 series with games of 238, 257 and 279.

The top four teams and top four individuals not on those teams qualified for next week’s district meet at Westgate Lanes in Lima.

Edison advanced as a team, meaning Tarris earned the first of four individual berths.

The other individual qualifiers were Tod Spurlock of Bucyrus (648), Nicholas Beekman of Shelby (617) and Dylan Smothers of Port Clinton (612).

Clyde also competed at the sectional, with Nick Craig taking 22nd (552), Gage Hill finishing 39th (497) and Mat Golden ending 47th (461).

Full team and individual results were not available as of press time.

Carey blitzes Bucyrus

CAREY — Carey led Bucyrus 15-8 after the first stop and upped the lead to 37-12 at the end of the first half to cruise to a 70-25 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory.

Carey (15-7, 10-6 N10) had 11 players score as Sadie Arend led the Blue Devils with 12 points. They also got 10 points and six rebounds from Avarie Stewart, nine points and four steals by Alaina Tiell and nine points, four steals and eight assists from Ady Stewart. Ellison Roark, Hunter Hart, Miah Ritter, Bailey Tanner and Julia Brodman all had six points.

Caleigh Rister led the Redmen (1-21, 1-15) with 13 points.

Middle quarters

doom Rams

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky scored 14 points in the opening quarter and led Northern 10 Athletic Conference rival Wynford 14-8.

Unfortunately, it scored 13 points the rest of the game in a 43-27 defeat.

Wynford outscored the Rams 25-5 over the second and third quarters to build a 33-20 lead.

Averi McMillan led the Royals (14-8, 11-5 N10) with 15 points, while Savannah Tobias added 11 points.

Regan Ward dropped in 10 points for the Rams (6-16, 5-11). Kaidance Iles had eight points and seven rebounds.

Big 1st quarter fuels Bucks

NEW WASHINGTON — Buckeye Central notched its 17th win of the season with a 46-30 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win over Colonel Crawford Friday.

The Bucks (17-5, 14-2 N10) led 14-3 after the first stop and did enough the rest of the way to get the win.

Taylor Ratliff and Claudia Pifher each scored 19 points for Buckeye Central, while Ratliff grabbed six boards. Lexi Evak tallied five points and 11 rebounds.

Kaylyn Risner had 12 points for the Eagles (14-7, 9-7).

The Eagles were held to 11 of 44 shooting (25%) from the field, including 3 of 20 (15%) from 3-point range. The Bucks were 15 of 33 (45%) from the field.

Ice cold Warriors upended by Ridgedale

MORRAL — Mohawk shot just 14% (7-49) from the field and didn’t score in double digits in any quarter Friday in a 51-17 Northern 10 Athletic Conference defeat to Ridgedale.

Ridgedale (11-11, 6-10 N10) led 15-4 after the opening stanza and then built its lead to 28-11 at the half.

Raylynn Mullin led the winners with 18 points, while Briana Outcatt added 16 points.Emily Klopp’s five points led the Warriors (3-19, 1-15).