Warriors roll past Buckeye Central
SYCAMORE - The three Adelsperger sisters combined for 43 points and 16 rebounds in a 60-29 Mohawk victory over Buckeye Central.
Kasey Adelsperger led the way with 19 points and four rebounds. Julie Adelsperger chipped in 18 points while grabbing seven rebounds. Clara Adelsperger finished with six points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals.
Taylor McClain dished out five assists for the Warriors and Brooke Weinandy handed out four.
Chieftains earn quick win
RAWSON - The running clock in the second half didn't help the offenses. But with a 13-point lead heading into intermission, it didn't hurt Hopewell-Loudon, either.
Hope Brickner scored 14 points, Aleta Daniel netted 11 and Courtney Burns tossed in 10 Tuesday as the Chieftains upended Cory-Rawson 46-33.
Due to Tuesday's snow storm, the junior varsity game was canceled and the varsity game had an early start and utilized a running clock after halftime.
Brooke Arbogast also tallied nine rebounds, Brickner grabbed eight boards, Sicily Leiter dished four assists and Burns and Daniel each had three assists.
Both squads scored 14 points in the second half.
Kendra Tuttle's 13 points, four steals and three assists paced the hometown Hornets. Kiley Scott added 12 points and seven rebounds, and Megan Ritter scored eight points.
Fast start carries New Riegel
NEW RIEGEL - With the snowstorm approaching, New Riegel sure played like it was anxious to end its game with Colonel Crawford quickly. The game did go the full 32 minutes but the competitiveness was over quickly in a 55-21 Blue Jacket triumph.
New Riegel raced out to a 22-4 lead after one quarter, and just in case that might not have been good enough, the Blue Jackets followed that up with a 11-2 second quarter run.
Taylor Arbogast more than doubled Colonel Crawford's scoring output by halftime. She scored 13 of her game-high 18 points in the first half while the Eagles had six at the break. Arbogast added six steals on the night.
Taylor Kirian chipped in 11 for New Riegel (17-1). Lauren Ladd had 10 points and six rebounds. Kara Scherger picked up five steals and Hailey Theis dished out four assists.
Colonel Crawford (3-14) was led by Katie Siegel, who had seven points.
Mohawks smack Gophers
RIDGEWAY - St. Wendelin smothered Ridgemont's offense Tuesday and Kamyrn Troike turned in a double-double in a 54-19 win.
The Mohawks (14-4) led just 7-2 at the first stop, but took control with a 19-4 scoring surge in the second quarter.
Troike tallied 17 points and 11 rebounds, Hailee Burns had 14 points, seven boards and five steals and Allie Rutter had 12 points and four steals.
Makenzie McAfee added nine points and five steals, and Edy Mowrey hauled in six rebounds.
Aislinn McCullough's five points and eight boards topped the Golden Gophers, who committed 26 turnovers and ended just 8 for 41 from the field.