Highlights and scores from Saturday's basketball games, and wrestling and swim meets:
Perkins 55, St. Mary CC 40: The Pirates used an early 9-0 spurt to win their first game of the season as Shannon Ebert scored 21 points.
SMCC's Lindsay Kaatz, who passed the 1,000-career point total, and Alivia Curtis both scored 13 for the Panthers (3-1).
Clyde 72, Huron 33: Rachael Smetzler had 18 points and also reached the 1,000-point plateau as the Fliers ran their record to 3-0. Amanda Cahill scored 22 for the Fliers.
Brittany Mayer scored eight for Huron (0-2)
Willard 84, Sandusky 64: Ally Graham tallied 31 points as the Flashes beat the Streaks in their Northern Ohio League debut. Laura Danhoff had a double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds.
Morgan Newell had a team-high 23 points for Sandusky (0-3), which was 26 of 62 from the floor.
Margaretta 68, Oak Harbor 50: Tatum Tucker's 17 points helped the Polar Bears get out to a 35-18 lead after two quarters.
Allison Dunn scored 15 for Oak Harbor.
Edison 57, Port Clinton 55: Edison's Ciara Reed had 25 points — 15 of them in the fourth quarter, when the Chargers put up 25 points to cap a comeback against the Redskins.
Port Clinton's Hope Thorbahn matched Reed with 25 points as both players hit three 3-pointers.
Bellevue 83, Tiffin Columbian 32: Carly Santoro had 34 points for the Lady Red and Leslie Raifsnider had 18 more in an NOL romp of the Tornadoes.
Bellevue established its double digit lead in the first quarter and built from there.
Perkins 58, Bellevue 47: The Pirates nearly doubled the Redmen in the first half, leading 27-14, and Nic Williams took over from there, scoring 10 of his 21 in the third quarter.
Jalen Santoro had a game-high 28 for Bellevue. Both teams are 1-1.
Seneca East 62, Monroeville 47: The Eagles were 5 of 21 at the foul line as John Burrow led Monroeville with 12 points in the loss.
Lexington 60, Willard 41: The Flashes went cold in the second half in the loss to the Minutemen, while Hayden Adams had 12 for Willard.
Old Fort 63, Danbury 30: Caleb Helline scored 21 for the Lakers.
Edison had four individual champions, including defending state champion Kyle Burns (152 pounds). He was named the tournament's Outstanding Performer for the third time in four years. Zach Rutherford (160) and Dalton Howard (120) also took home titles for the Chargers, who finished with 377.5 points.
Clyde was second as a team with 341 points, followed by Norwalk with 3:13, Tuslaw with 248, Western Reserve with 227 and Margaretta with 159. Willard was ninth of 11 teams with 85 points, edging Monroeville with 82.
Sandusky had three wrestlers — Mike Brown (6-0), Zayvier Dickerson (7-0) and Isaiah Margheim (7-0) go unbeaten as the Blue Streaks finished 5-2 at the Holland Springfield Duals Friday and Saturday.
Oak Harbor's Alec Bowlick, Luke Cramer and Alex Bergman earned tournament titles for the Rockets, who were second at the Oak Harbor Invite. Fremont Ross placed first.
The Perkins girls won their fourth straight NWOAC title Saturday, winning the 400 medley relay (Anna Tanaka, Darcy Schild, Beth Gyurke and Sadie Ahlers) in 4:19.90, and Kim Anglin was first in the 500 freestyle (5:28.85).
For more on these events, pick up a copy of Sunday's Register and Monday's Reflector.