Clyde had the opportunity to dig deep into its bench Thursday night when the Fliers hosted St. Mary Central Catholic in Sandusky Bay Conference action.
The Fliers (15-0, 9-0), playing in their first home game after eight games on the road, beat the Panthers 92-47.
“It was nice to be back at home after a long road trip,” Clyde coach John Cahill said. “I thought we played well and got to play a lot of kids. It is nice to be back and playing in Clyde, Ohio. We've been gone so long and this was a good night for our program sales.”
Amanda Cahill led the Fliers with 22 points and Breanne Michaels added 19 points.
For more information on this game and others, see Friday's Sandusky Register.