Adachi scores 23 as Tigers maul?New London
NEW LONDON - Seina Adachi was the catalyst that sparked Seneca East's 60-47 romp over New London.
Adachi scored 23 points with three 3-pointers and went 2 of 2 at the line.
A 10-point gap proved to be insurmountable as Seneca East led by more than 10 through out the entire second half.
Hannah Hahler added 11 points for the Tigers and Brittany Brookes contributed 12 points in the win.
Fostoria toppled by Lake
MILLBURY- Jada Hampton put up 18 points for Fostoria but it was not enough to hold off Lake in a 48-44 loss.
Lake was slow to get out of the gate, scoring only six points in the first period. But a 21-point run in the second period knotted the game, 27-all, at the half.
In the second half, Fostoria was within one possession up until the closing moments. But Lake was able to fend off the Redmen's efforts.
Erica Moore was the only other Redmen to score double-digits with 10 points. Olivia Valenti and Deja Williams each tallied seven in the loss.
St. Wendelin pulls away from Vanlue
FOSTORIA- St. Wendelin had three players score in double-digits in the Mohawks' victory over Vanlue, 54-42.
Gabe Walters set the pace for the Mohawks with 15 points shooting 7-of-11 from the field. Nick Root added 12 and Peter Campbell put up 11 points.
After leading the Wildcats on an 11-4 run the second period, St. Wendelin found itself in the driver's seat with a 21-18 lead at the half. Yet, the Wildcats were able to pull ahead in the third period to take the lead by a possession. In the final period, St. Wendelin kicked it into another gear and scored 22 points to leave Vanlue in the rear-view.
Black Knights rise to the occasion
VAN BUREN - Sawyer Junge tossed in 24 points for Van Buren to help them power past New Riegel, 71-57 Monday night.
The Blue Jackets (7-10) trailed 36-28 at halftime, but 19 turnovers to Van Buren's nine was the difference maker that led the Black Knights to victory.
Jake Dryfuse led New Riegel's efforts with 11 points. Austin Mathias chipped in nine points while Aaron Acree and Michael Kirian added seven.
'Berg second half surge not enough
ALLIANCE- Not even 19-point showings by a pair of Student Princes were enough to edge out Mount Union in a 87-68 loss Monday night.
After Mount Union (17-3, 12-1 OAC) jumped out to a 12-point lead at halftime, Heidelberg (5-12, 1-12 OAC) found itself in a hole. Yet, the Student Princes clawed back out after a series of four 3-pointers from Keith Mackie, which paced 28-11 HU run on the Raiders in the first seven minutes.
With Heidelberg leading 58-53, Mount Union responded with a 19-2 run of its own to put Heidelberg behind again. After the run, the Student Princes went 2 of10 from the floor the game ended.
Deonte Holder and Mackie put up 19 points each to lead Heidelberg's efforts. Mackie was 12 of 24 from the field with five 3-pointers. Holder was 9 of14 on field goals, with two 3-pointers and marked his 10th-consecutive game with a double-digit performance.