Perkins 53, Huron 49
The Perkins girls basketball team survived a close call against a young Huron team Tuesday night.
Darcy Daniel scored a career-high 23 points to lead the Pirates to a 53-49 Sandusky Bay Conference victory over the Tigers.
“We weathered a real good effort by Huron and we wanted to be 2-0 going into the Clyde game on Saturday and that's what we are,” Perkins coach Ray Neill said. “But we've got some things to work on. We got a bunch of puppies and we played like puppies a lot tonight. A win is a win and we are very happy to walk off the floor with a 'W' tonight.”
The Pirates had a 10 point lead heading into the final quarter but Huron held them to just five points for the first four and a half minutes of the fourth quarter and scored eight points of its own. A 3-ball by the Tigers' Audra Wisehart cut the deficit to 48-44.
Clyde 67, St. Mary CC 31
Clyde flew out to a 26-5 first quarter lead over St. Mary Central Catholic, and rolled to a 67-31 Sandusky Bay Conference victory over the Panthers Tuesday at St. Mary.
Lexi Weber and Amanda Cahill led the Fliers with 13 points each, while Makaylin Lozier added 12.
Hannah Snow led St. Mary with 13 points, while Giselle Spadaro added seven.
The Fliers (5-0, 2-0 SBC) held a 45-15 lead at halftime.
Port Clinton 65, Margaretta 28
At Port Clinton, the Redskins jumped out to a 31-15 halftime lead over Margaretta and defeated the Polar Bears 65-28 in Sandusky Bay Conference action Tuesday.
Tiffany Colston led the Redskins (5-0, 2-0 SBC) with 16 points, while Emily Ashley added 13.
Margaretta was led by Cindy Nielsen with nine points, while Kelsey Kromer added eight.
Port Clinton hosts St. Mary Central Catholic Saturday.
Oak Harbor 63, Edison 30
At Oak Harbor, the Rockets put Edison in a 10-point hole after the first quarter and never looked back, rolling to a 63-30 SBC victory.
Andrea Cecil scored 20 points to lead the Rockets who travel to Huron Saturday.
For more information on these games and others, see Wednesday's Sandusky Register.