Arlington pulls away in second half

ARLINGTON — Arlington’s Dani Heaster finished with 17 points, six steals, five rebounds and three assists as the Red Devils pulled away in the second half to earn a 60-38 nonleague girls basketball win against Mohawk on Saturday.
Arlington, which improved its record to 9-2, blew open a 26-20 halftime lead by closing the game on a 34-18 run to put Mohawk away.
The Warriors (6-6) were outrebounded 32-22 and committed 27 turnovers in the game.
Haley Dillon dropped in 13 points, Sierra Nichols added 11 points and five rebounds, Whitney Dodds grabbed six boards, and Hannah Johnson handed out four assists for the Red Devils.
Julie Adelsperger led Mohawk with 16 points and eight rebounds, Megan Cleveland contributed 12 points and Clara Adelsperger notched four steals and three assists.

MOHAWK (6-6)
C. Adelsperger 0-0–0, J. Adelsperger 6-0–16, K. Adelsperger 1-3–5, Moes 0-0–0, A. Weinandy 2-0–4, Price 0-0–0, Luhring 0-1–1, B. Weinandy 0-0–0, Cleveland 6-0–12, Weininger 0-0–0, McClain 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-40 4-6–38.
ARLINGTON (9-2)
Nichols 5-1–11, H. Johnson 3-1–7, Dillon 4-5–13, Dodds 0-0–0, McMath 1-0–2, M. Johnson 1-0–3, Schmehl 0-0–0, Willow 1-0–2, Mains 1-0–3, Alexander 1-0–2, Heaster 6-5–17. TOTALS: 23-57 12-17–60.
Mohawk 12 8 10 8 — 38
Arlington 13 13 17 17 — 60
3-Point GOALS: Mohawk 4-9 (J. Adelsperger 4); Arlington 2-17 (M. Johnson, Mains).
rebounds: Mohawk 22 (J. Adelsperger 8); Arlington 32 (Dodds 6).
turnovers: Mohawk 27, Arlington 15.
junior varsity: Arlington, 24-19.
ST. WENDELIN 45
ARCADIA 42
FOSTORIA — Kamryn Troike scored 16 points and blocked three shots to lead Fostoria St. Wendelin to a 45-42 nonconference girls basketball win over Arcadia Saturday night.
Edy Mowrey and Allie Rutter both chipped in 10 points for the Mohawks (5-6).
Arcadia’s Courtney Cramer led all scorers with 17 points.

ARCADIA (6-3)
Cramer 6-1–17, Kirian 2-2–7, Glick 2-0–4, Dauterman 2-0–4, Ware 2-0–4, Pina 1-0–2, Ball 1-0–2, A. Mock 0-1–1, M. Mock 0-1–1, Coward 0-0–0. TOTALS: 16-46 5-10–42.
Fostoria St. Wendelin (5-6)
Troike 7-2–16, Mowrey 3-3–10, Rutter 2-6–10, McAfee 3-2–8, Burns 0-1–1, Williams 0-0″”0, Weidner 0-0-0, Reineck 0-0–0. TOTALS: 15-32 14-19–45.
Arcadia 15 3 13 11 — 42
Fostoria St. Wendelin 9 11 14 11 — 45
3-Point GOALS: Arcadia 5-14 (Cramer 4, Kirian); Fostoria St. Wendelin 1-7 (Mowrey).
rebounds: Arcadia 32 (Dauterman 7, Glick 6); Fostoria St. wendelin 25 (Mowrey 5).
turnovers: Fostoria St. Wendelin 20, Arcadia 11.
CAREY 58
MCCOMB 44
MCCOMB — Shelby Kin dropped 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to help Carey’s girls basketball team remain unbeaten with a 58-44 win Saturday over McComb.
Carey (10-0) opened the game by outscoring the Panthers 16-8 in the first quarter. A 13-4 third-quarter advantage sealed the game.
Logan Johnson was the only other Blue Devil in double figures with 10 points.
Nora Hemminger netted 16 points for McComb (7-4), and Emily Clymer added 15 points with six rebounds.

carey (10-0)
Kin 6-3–15, S. Wentling 4-0–9, M. Wentling 1-0–2, Hoepf 2-0–5, Rymer 3-1–7, Johnson 4-2–10, G. Wentling 0-1–1, Draper 3-2–9, Bash 0-0–0, Worst 0-0–0, Hall 0-0–0. TOTALS: 23-9–58.
mccomb (7-4)
Hemminger 6-3–16, Buck 1-0–3, Dee 1-1–4, Clymer 6-3–15, Herr 2-0–4, Reigle 1-0–2, Hammond 0-0–0. TOTALS: 17-46 7-10–44.
Carey 16 13 13 16 — 58
McComb 8 16 4 16 — 44
3-Point GOALS: Carey 3 (S. Wentling, Hoepf & Draper); McComb 3-11 (Hemminger, Buck & Dee).
turnovers: McComb 21, Carey 15.
LIBERTY-BENTON 77
ADA 32
Rachel Myers’ 27 points and Lauren Kotey’s 16 points and 10 rebounds carried Liberty-Benton’s girls basketball team to a dominating 77-32 win over Ada Saturday.
Liberty-Benton (9-1) scored 22, 26 and 20 points in each of the first three quarters, respectively. Ada combined to score 19 points during that span.
Myers, Nicolette Devincentis and Carrie Reynolds each drained three 3-pointers for the Eagles, who shot 9 of 20 from downtown and 29 of 49 (59 percent) overall.
Alexis Amburgey had 11 points to lead the Bulldogs (4-5), who shot 10 of 43 from the floor.

ada (4-5)
Gonzaga 1-0–2, Amburgey 5-0–11, Faine 0-1–1, Walden 1-3–5, H. Wyss 2-1–6, T. Wyss 1-4–7, Sutton 0-0–0, Archer 0-0–0, Wildman 0-0–0. TOTALS: 10-43 9-12–32.
liberty-benton (9-1)
Trevino 1-2–4, Kotey 8-0–16, Myers 8-8–27, Lyon 1-0–2, Hiegel 4-0–8, Devincentis 4-0–11, Reynolds 3-0–9, Simon 0-0–0, Colchagoff 0-0–0. TOTALS: 29-49 10-17–77.
Ada 7 7 5 13 — 32
Liberty-Benton 22 26 20 9 — 77
3-Point GOALS: Ada 3 (Amburgey, H. Wyss & T. Wyss 1); Liberty-Benton 9 (Myers, Devincentis & Reynolds 3).
rebounds: Liberty-Benton 37 (Kotey 10); Ada 13.
turnovers: Ada 12, Liberty-Benton 5.
junior varsity: Liberty-Benton, 42-33.
WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN 54
PANDORA-GILBOA 52
WAYNESFIELD — Emily Patton scored 25 points to rally Waynesfield-Goshen to a 54-52 overtime win over Pandora-Gilboa in a nonconference girls basketball game on Saturday.
Kiersten Wilcox added 16 points for the Tigers (8-3), who edged P-G 15-14 in the fourth quarter to force overtime and outscored the Rockets 9-7 in the extra period.
Hunter Hermiller and Megan Maag both tossed in 14 points for the Rockets, who fell to 5-4 with the loss.
KENTON 56
HARDIN NORTHERN 21
KENTON — Kenton’s Brooke Bostelman outscored Hardin Northern by herself as she popped in 26 points in the Wildcats’ 56-21 victory over the Polar Bears in nonleague action Saturday night.
The Wildcats (6-5) dominated on the glass, outrebounding Hardin Northern 57-24 and forcing the Polar Bears into 23 turnovers.
Hardin Northern (1-12) was led by Kylee Hooker’s 13 points.

HARDIN NORTHERN (1-12)
Campbell 0-0–0, Curtis 1-0–2, S. Schlatter 0-0–0, M. Wilson 1-0–2, Watts 1-0–2, Madison 1-0–2, Roth 0-0″”0, H. Wilson 0-0–0, Cook 0-0–0, K. Schlatter 0-0–0, Hooker 4-5–13, Dye 0-0–0. TOTALS: 8-41 5-13 — 21.
KENTON (6-5)
Ka. Wireman 0-0–0, Ke. Wireman 2-0″”4, Morris 1-1–4, Cook 0-0–0, Johnson 0-0–0, Moore 1-0–2, Bostelman 9-7–26, Webb 2-2–7, Hedges 4-0–8, Gier 1-1–3, Rush 1-0–2. TOTALS: 21-63 11-25 — 56.
Hardin Northern 0 9 8 4 — 21
Kenton 14 15 11 16 — 56
3-Point GOALS: Hardin Northern 0-8; Kenton 3-11 (Morris, Bostelman, Webb).
rebounds: Hardin Northern 24 (Campbell 5); Kenton 57.
turnovers: Hardin Northern 23; Kenton 13.
junior varsity: Kenton, 47-12.
RIVERDALE 58
BUCKEYE CENTRAL 30
MOUNT BLANCHARD — Jordyn Wright scored 16 points and Sydney Holderman added 14 to help Riverdale’s girls basketball team knock off Buckeye Central 58-30 Saturday and remain undefeated in the North Central Conference.
The Falcons (7-2, 5-0 NCC) outscored Buckeye Central 15-5 in the first quarter, and 35-15 in the second half.
Taylor Frey had nine points, and a team-high six steals and four assists for Riverdale.
Brooke Karl led the Buckettes (4-5, 2-3 NCC) with 11 points.

buckeye central (4-5, 2-3 NCC)
Hildebrand 1-2–4, Fagan 0-1–1, Karl 5-1–11, Kimmel 4-0–8, Weithman 1-0–2, Biglin 2-0–4. TOTALS: 13 4–30.
riverdale (7-2, 5-0 NCC)
T. Wright 2-0–4, Holderman 4-4–14, Parish 2-0–4, J. Wright 7-1–16, Frey 4-1–9, Walter 3-1–7, Taylor 1-0–2, Hill 1-0–2, Farrow 0-0–0, Kuenzli 0-0–0, Farmer 0-0–0. TOTALS: 24-54 7-13–58.
Buckeye Central 5 10 6 9 — 30
Riverdale 15 8 19 16 — 58
3-Point GOALS: Buckeye Central none; Riverdale 3 (Holderman 2, J. Wright 1).
rebounds: Buckeye Central 37; Riverdale 27 (Parish 8).
turnovers: Buckeye Central 29, Riverdale 9.
junior varsity: Riverdale 47-34.
NORTH BALTIMORE 65
RIDGEMONT 22
RIDGEWAY — Lacey Trumbull and Olivia Frost each scored 13 points for North Baltimore as the Tigers crushed Ridgemont 65-22 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday.
The Tigers (5-6) outscored Ridgemont 22-10 in the first quarter, and led 38-14 at halftime. Ridgemont (2-7) had 38 turnovers.

north baltimore (5-6)
Davis 1-0–2, Stewart 3-0–6, Schloemp 0-2–2, Fleckner 1-1–3, Trumbull 6-1–13, Powell 4-0–8, Ray 2-2–6, Rister 3-0–6, Frost 5-1–13, Peters 2-2–6, Grilliot 0-0–0. TOTALS: 27-55 9-19–65.
ridgemont (2-7)
Creamer 2-0–4, S. Totten 3-0–6, McFadden 1-2–4, Billenstein 1-0–2, Christian 3-0–6, M. Totten 0-0–0, McKee 0-0–0, Martin 0-0–0, Cronley 0-0–0, Lingo 0-0–0, Wagner 0-0–0, McCullough 0-0–0. TOTALS: 10-51 2-4–22.
North Baltimore 22 16 18 9 — 65
Ridgemont 10 4 6 2 — 22
3-Point GOALS: North Baltimore 2 (Frost 2); Ridgemont 0.
rebounds: North Baltimore 31 (Trumbull 6); Ridgemont 26.
turnovers: North Baltimore 25, Ridgemont 38.
junior varsity: North Baltimore, 42-16.

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