Crestview tops South Central to clinch FC title

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Jan. 23—OLIVESBURG — The South Central girls basketball team was unable to recover from a 19-5 deficit after the first quarter as it fell by a 50-35 score to host Crestview on Saturday in a Firelands Conference matchup.

With the win, the Cougars improved to 13-3 overall and 11-0 in the FC, which clinches at least a share of a third straight conference title. South Central fell to 7-9 overall and 5-6 in the FC with the loss.

Kendyl Beverly led South Central with 16 points and Claire Osborn added 13. Grace Lamoreaux contributed six points and Angela Williams closed out the scoring with four points.

The Trojans host Mansfield Christian on Thursday in non-league play.

SOUTH CENTRAL (7-9, 5-6)

Kendyl Beverly 4-7—16; Angela Williams 2-0—4; Grace Lamoreaux 2-2—6; Claire Osborn 6-1—13. TOTALS 14-10—35.

CRESTVIEW (13-3, 11-0)

F. Dinsmore 2-5—9; G. McFarland 0-2—2; Ramsey, 3-0—6; A. McFarland 2-0—5; M. Leeper 3-2—9; E. Aumend 9-0—19. TOTALS 19-9—50.

S. Central 5 11 7 16 — 35

Crestview 19 6 15 10 — 50

3-point FGs: (SC) Beverly; (C) A. McFarland, Leeper, Aumend

Monroeville 45, Plymouth 25

MONROEVILLE — The Eagles jumped on the Big Red early and cruised to an FC victory inside the Monroeville Athletic Complex on Saturday.

Hannah Lyons led a balanced scoring attack with 12 points for the Eagles, who improved to 7-9 overall and 5-6 in the FC with the victory. Graisyn Yoder scored eight points, while Mallory Roeder and Stacey Legg scored six points.

Monroeville hosts Huron on Tuesday.

PLYMOUTH (1-16, 1-10)

Channing 2-0—5; Stevens 5-3—16; Hoak 2-0—4. TOTALS 9-3—25.

MONROEVILLE (7-9, 5-6)

Kaylee Evans 0-2—2; Mallory Roeder 2-0—6; Lilly Barman 2-0—4; Stacey Legg 2-1—6; Emily Scheid 1-0—2; Grace Stiebet 2-0—5; Graisyn Yoder 4-0—8; Hannah Lyons 4-2—12. TOTALS 17-5—45.

Plymouth 6 8 10 1 — 25

Monroeville 16 10 8 11 — 45

3-point FGs: (P) Stevens 3, Channing; (M) Roeder 2, Lyons 2, Stieber, Legg

Edison 43, Oak Harbor 40

OAK HARBOR — The Chargers outscored the host Rockets by five points in the fourth quarter to win their first SBC Bay Division game of the season on Saturday.

Kalli Quillen scored 18 points for Edison, which improved to 5-12 overall and 1-7 in the Bay. Lindsay Roberts added eight points and Jorja Byington scored seven.

The Chargers visit Norwalk (11-4) on Tuesday in non-league play.

EDISON (5-12, 1-6)

Kalli Quillen 5-8—18; Audrey Linder 1-1—3; Lindsay Roberts 2-4—8; Ivy Kluding 2-0—4; Iszie Sanabria 0-3—3; Jorja Byington 2-3—7. TOTALS 12-19—43.

OAK HARBOR (7-8, 3-3)

Hollie Robinson 1-1—3; Katie May 0-1—1; Nora Schmidt 1-0—2; Ryann Steinbrick 4-11—19; Riley Steinbrick 3-2—10; Megan Riley 0-3—3. TOTALS

Edison 5 9 13 16 — 43

Oak Harbor 6 10 13 11 — 40

3-point FGs: (OAK) Riley Steinbrick 2

Port Clinton 53, Willard 43

WILLARD — The Crimson Flashes were outscored by 13 points in the first quarter of Saturday's SBC Bay Division loss.

Willard fell to 2-14 overall and 1-6 in the Bay.

Jaiden Sexton scored 12 points for the Flashes, while Syana Sivongsak and Grace Rothhaar each scored 11 points.

Willard hosts Columbian on Tuesday in a non-league matchup.

PORT CLINTON (6-7, 4-3)

Kennedy Adkins 1-0—3; Claudia Gillum 2-3—7; Taylor Bollinger 4-3—11; DaCariya Lanier 9-7—28; Keileen Fullenkamp 1-2—4. TOTALS 17-15—53.

WILLARD (2-14, 1-6)

Jaiden Sexton 5-0—12; Syana Sivongsak 4-1—11; Grace Rothhaar 5-1—11; Makinley Schaffer 2-0—4; Moriah Slone 2-0—5. TOTALS 18-2—43.

P. Clinton 20 10 9 14 — 53

Willard 7 14 13 9 — 43

3-point FGs: (PC) Lanier 3, Adkins; (W) Sexton 2, Sivongsak 2, Slone

JUNIOR HIGH

South Central 22, St. Paul 17

GREENWICH — The Trojans' eighth-grade girls team topped visiting St. Paul on Saturday for an FC victory.

Emily Lamoreaux scored eight points and Ella Sanders added seven for South Central, which also got six point from Kaili Ingram and one from Taylor Smith.

For St. Paul, Morgan Endsley scored nine points. Georgia Crabbs added four points, while Ally Takacs and Paige McFadden each scored two points.

South Central hosts Crestview on Monday.