ATTICA - Seina Adachi kick started the third quarter for Seneca East and the Tigers rolled from there Thursday in a 64-45 trouncing of Midland Athletic League foe Hopewell-Loudon.
The Tigers entered halftime trailing 28-20, but Adachi scored 15 of her game-high 25 points in the third period as part of Seneca East's 25-6 scoring surge in the quarter.
Brittany Brookes followed that up by netting 12 of her 18 points in the fourth quarter to secure the victory for Seneca East (11-11, 3-7 MAL).
Aleta Daniel and Sicily Leiter both netted 12 points for the Chieftains (12-9, 4-6) and Brooke Arbogast scored eight.
Arbogast also hauled in 14 rebounds, Leiter grabbed 11 and Alexis Feindel added eight. Daniel and Leiter also each registered three assists.
10-0 surge fuels NR
OLD FORT - New Riegel blanked Old Fort 10-0 in the third quarter to take control Thursday on the way to a 41-26 Midland Athletic League win.
The Blue Jackets (19-2, 9-1 MAL) entered halftime clinging to a 22-20 lead, but broke free in the third period.
Lauren Ladd tossed in 12 points for New Riegel and Kara Scherger added 10. Both added seven rebounds.
Scherger also tallied five steals and four assists, and Taylor Arbogast contributed eight points and six steals
Sammy Miller's 13 points topped the Stockaders (13-7, 5-4). Peyton Miller chipped in nine points and Jordan Magers grabbed five rebounds.
Shelby out-scraps TC in fourth
SHELBY - Shelby battled past Columbian in the fourth quarter Thursday to scratch out a 49-44 Northern Ohio League win.
Columbian entered the fourth clinging to a 36-35 lead, but the Tornadoes could not hold back the Whippets.
Laura Heminger paced TC with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Valesha Province tallied 16 points and seven boards.
'Berg blasts Muskies
It actually was over before it began, but Heidelberg left little doubt anyway.
The Students Princes claimed all four contested matches and picked up six forfeit wins Thursday in a 53-0 Ohio Athletic Conference whipping of Muskingum on senior night.
The only close match came at 197 pounds when Jason Russell edged Muskingum's Lucas Weber 3-2.
Nino Majoy took the 285-pound match for the Student Princes by pinning James Keys (3:46), Ian Gillespie scored a 15-6 major decision over 141-pounder Jonathan Raugh, and 165-pounder Jeremy Stepp thumped Cole Vencill by a 17-3 margin.