CAREY - Carey stormed off in the fourth quarter and had four players score in double digits Tuesday in a 63-51 win over Pandora-Gilboa.
The Blue Devils (4-0) ended the third quarter clinging to a 37-36 lead before chugging past the Rockets (2-1) 26-15 in the fourth.
Hannah Tong's 20 points led the charge, with Sydney Wentling, Makenzie Wentling and Logan Johnson each adding 10 points.
Ali Rymer scored eight points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Sydney Wentling handed out five assists.
Smith-led Senecas hammer St. Paul
NORWALK - Calvert dominated the start of each half and had Olivia Smith approach a triple-double Tuesday in a 66-39 dismantling of previously unbeaten Norwalk St. Paul.
The Senecas led 19-6 at the first stop and used a 20-7 advantage in the third to forge a 55-31 lead.
Smith sparked the attack with 15 points, eight assists and eight steals for Calvert (1-1).
Kate Brickner and Nicole Bickley both scored 12 points and Megan Funkhouser added 11. Margaret Bowers grabbed five rebounds.
Arlayna Newcomer's nine points paced the Flyers (3-1).
Mohawks blast Marion Catholic
MARION - Heather Saalman led everyone in scoring and Kamryn Troike had a double-double Tuesday as St. Wendelin hammered Marion Catholic, 64-29.
Saalman netted 16 points and added six steals and five assists for the Mohawks (2-2), who raced past Marion Catholic 22-2 in the third quarter to go up 52-23.
Ali Mowrey and Troike each scored 13 points, with Troike also hauling in 14 rebounds.
Warriors take out Wynford
BUCYRUS - Lynsey Trusty tossed in 18 points Tuesday to key Mohawk's 37-31 win over Wynford.
Sarah Parker added six rebounds for the Warriors, Sarah Runion dished three assists and Trusty snared three steals.
Rams dominate Willard
WILLARD - Jorden Born had 21 points and seven rebounds, and Taylor Graboski had a double-double as the Rams dominated Willard, 57-38.
The Rams used an 18-2 second-quarter spurt to take control of the game. Taylor Graboski had 13 points and 10 rebounds, while Allison Snyder had 10 points.
Laura Danhoff and Hannah Schloemer each had nine points for the Flashes.
Raiders slog past FHS
KANSAS - Neither team shot well, but Lakota built off a 10-2 first-quarter lead Tuesday en route to a 38-23 win over Fostoria.
Sierra Ray's nine points fueled the Raiders, who finished 14 of 58 from the field in the victory. Morgan Mowry snared 10 rebounds and Stephanie Miller had eight points and four assists.
Erica Moore scored a game-high 12 points for the Redmen. Fostoria went only 11 of 47 from the field and 1 of 9 at the line.