Stockaders complete perfect league season
OLD FORT — It was a little bit of a slow start for Old Fort Friday.
The Stockaders led Lakota 16-14 after one quarter.
Then they kicked it into gear to outscore the Raiders 49-19 over the next two quarters to win comfortably, 83-38. The Stockaders finished the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division 16-0 and they set the school record for wins in a regular season with 21.
Old Fort (21-1) had four players score in double figures as Zach Dewese recorded 19 points, Carson Steyer had 18 points, Gregory Steyer dropped in 17 points and Colin Nutter tallied 13 points and eight rebounds. Casey Clouse and Jordan Smith each dished four assists.
Josh Matz led Lakota (1-21, 1-15) with 20 points.
Rams wrap up N10
UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky started with a blur and capped a perfect run through the Northern 10 Athletic Conference on Friday by thumping Wynford 87-52.
Cameron McCreary hit three 3-pointers and Cade Adams and Mason Vent each added two to help the Rams open a 32-14 advantage in the first quarter.
McCreary ended with 14 points, Adams had 15 and Vent finished with 17.
Evan Young led Upper Sandusky (21-1, 16-0 N10) with 18 points — all scored over the middle quarters. One of his two 3-pointers in the third period made him the third Upper Sandusky boy this year, 11th in program history and eighth in the last 15 years to reach the 1,000-point mark in his career.
Trent Baumer and Gavin Carey each chipped in nine points for the Rams.
Josh Crall’s 29 points for the Royals (14-8, 11-5) led everyone. Jason Filliater added nine points for Wynford.
Blue Devils smash Redmen
CAREY — Hayden Stone in particular and Carey in general dominated Friday in a 99-46 Northern 10 Athletic Conference romp past Bucyrus.,
Stone tallied 24 points and 13 points for the Blue Devils (12-10, 9-7 N10), who led 25-6 at the first stop and 52-11 at halftime.
Hayden Nash backed him with 15 points, Reese Billock scored 11, Payton Young added 10, Cade Crawford netted nine and Wyatt Hess and Ian Yeater both tossed in eigth.
Isaiah Hoepf added five steals for Carey.
Lucas Kozinski scored 22 points for the Redmen (2-20, 2-14) and Mike Wise had nine.
Hiccup in 3rd costs Clyde
SANDUSKY — Perkins bottled up Clyde in the third quarter and kept the Fliers at bay from there Friday to claim a 45-36 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win.
Clyde entered halftime clinging to a 21-19 but was outscored 10-2 by the Pirates in the third quarter.
Sam Siegel led Perkins (6-16, 4-8 SBC) with 15 points and Tyler Yingling had 10.
Kaiden Olson’s 11 points and Caden Berger’s 10 paced the Fliers (11-11, 6-6).
Eagles roll past Bucks
NEW WASHINGTON — Colonel Crawford fed off offensive rebounds and Buckeye Central turnovers Friday in a 71-42 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.
The Eagles (19-3, 14-2 N10) scored 28 second-chance points and had 20 points off Buckeye Central’s 19 turnovers.
Chase Walker and Gavin Feichtner each netted 18 points for Colonel Crawford, with Walker adding eight rebounds, three assists and three steals. Jordan Fenner chipped in 14 points and six steals and Reis Walker tallied seven points, seven boards, three assists and three steals.
The Bucks (3-19, 2-14) got 10 points each from Damian Dean and Nick Ramey and eight from Brady Kerschner. Dean also had five rebounds and four assists and Tyler Rose dished three assists.
St. Joe slips past H-L
FREMONT — Fremont St. Joe made Hopewell-Loudon struggle in the second quarter, then held off the Chieftains just long enough Friday to end the regular season with a 51-49 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.
St. Joe (14-8, 9-7 SBC) ended the first quarter clinging to a 16-15 lead, but powered past the Chieftains 16-5 in the second for a 32-20 lead.
Hopewell-Loudon (16-6, 11-5) cut the deficit to 42-34 by the end of the third period before outscoring the Crimson Streaks 15-9 in the fourth to make it even closer.
Garrett Michael keyed St. Joe with 16 points, Chase Harrison had 12 points and eight rebounds and Blake Michael added 11 points and four steals.
The Chieftains got 19 points, nine rebounds, four steals and four rebounds from Jordyn Jury, but he was held scoreless in the crucial second quarter.
Kyle Rumschlag chipped in 12 points and Travis Milligan had 10.