Edison picked up a 43-27 win over Western Reserve in a non-conference girls basketball game Tuesday night.
With the win, Edison improved to 2-10 overall, while Western Reserve dropped to 1-10.
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Tiggie Sanabria led Edison with 15 points. Liz Hill and Chelsea Imus scored eight points each, followd by Amelia Woodyard with five, Ciara Reed three and Gabby Stoll and Nikki Mollohan two apiece.
Jacqui Mullins paced Western with eight points.
Amanda Miller and Mia Ward posted five points apiece, followed by Morgan Barker at four, Tara Burke and Rachel Downing two apiece and Ashley Noble one.
“This was the best defensive effort we have put forward,’’ Lady Chargers coach Tracey Moyer said.
“Nikki Mollohan and Liz Hill did a great job rebounding and limiting them to one shot. Tiggie is coming on offensively and it was great to get the win” Edison also won the reserve game.
The Chargers are scheduled to host Margaretta Saturday in Sandusky Bay Conference action. Western hosts Monroeville Thursday for a Firelands Conference game.