With a strong press defense and transition offense, Perkins took off on a 13-2 run in the final two minutes of the quarter for a 25-7 lead at the buzzer, en route to a 65-41 win against the Blue Streaks.
Perkins' Shannon Ebert and Jordan Fraley, with 24 and 23 points, respectively, combined for 72.3 percent of the Pirates' offensive output.
Azyah Smith-Crager, a freshman, led the Blue Streaks with 14 points, followed by Morgan Newell with 11.
St. Mary CC 49, Danbury 20 Lindsay Kaatz scored 24 points and the Panthers had their biggest margin of victory this year by holding the Lakers to four points in the second half.
Edison 47, Western Reserve 46 Susan Knight hit the game-winner for a second straight time for the Chargers. Abbey Cox scored 17 for Edison.
Willard 74, Huron 29
The Crimson Flashes led 22-2 after the first quarter and extended that advantage to 45-5 by halftime against the Tigers.
Four players reached double digits, paced by Ally Graham with 18 points. Laura Danhoff tallied 14 points and Brennyn Lillo and Maddie Music chipped in with 10 apiece.
Bellevue 63, Upper Sandusky 40 Leslie Raifsnider led Bellevue (11-3) with 21 points while Carly Santoro added 14 and Kristin Sochko added 10 in a win against the Rams.
Clyde 66, Oak Harbor 42 Joey Cooper led a balanced Clyde scoring attack that saw five Fliers in double figures with 16 points.
For more on these games, pick up copies of Wednesday's Register and Reflector.