The Truckers held off a determined Ashland Arrows squad 58-47 in non-league action Saturday night at Norwalk High School.
Both the points and rebounds were career-highs for Hallock.
Ashland cut Norwalk’s lead to five points twice in the fourth quarter, but the hosts were able to knock down enough free throws in the final two minutes to seal it.
Norwalk led 11-5 after one quarter, 29-17 at the half and 42-31 after three.
Senior Jake Fetherolf added 10 points and eight rebounds for the Truckers.
St. Mary CC 66, Danbury 33
Ryan Myers tossed in 20 points and Melvin Jackson added 14 in the Panthers win.
St. Mary CC led 32-13 at halftime.
Dominic Manuella had 11 points for Danbury.
St. Paul 58, Edison 52
Bob Harwood had 15 of his 17 points in the second half, including 11 in the third quarter to lead the comeback.
The Flyers outscored the Chargers 39-26 in the second half.
Clay Goodwin had 11 points for Edison.
Western Reserve 64, Keystone 47
Craig Meyer led the way at 19 points for the Roughriders, who have won three straight.
Willard 63, Ontario 49
The Flashes outscored the Warriors 32-14 in the second and third quarters, en route to Saturday’s non-league win at The Q.
Nick Davidson led a balanced scoring attack for the Flashes (3-1) with 13 points.
South Central 58, Crestline 53
The Trojans had a 22-14 second-quarter advantage to help in Saturday’s non-league win.
Steven Goetz and David Seidel led South Central with 13 points each.
Read more in Monday's Norwalk Reflector and Sunday's Sandusky Register.