Kolin Phillips led the Crimson Flashes with 17 points as they gained the upper hand early and pulled away in the second half for a Northern Ohio League victory, beating the Blue Streaks, 66-52.
Columbian 58, Bellevue 52
The Redmen jumped out to an early lead, but couldn't withstand a Columbian surge in the fourth quarter as they fell 58-52 in an NOL game.
Norwalk 46, Shelby 45
Ben Haraway's length-of-the-court drive for two kept the Truckers unbeaten record going, at 14-0 overall and 6-0 in the Northern Ohio League. Norwalk has a two-game lead over Shelby in the NOL with four league contests remaining. Jeff Thomas led the Truckers with 15 points.
South Central 73, St. Paul 66 (OT)
Austin Hintz had quite a night to remember for the Trojans in their Firelands Conference win. The senior tossed in 40 points as South Central outscored the visitors 18-11 in the overtime period.
New London 48, Crestview 46
Dane Held's three-pointer at the buzzer lifted the Wildcats past the Cougars. New London moved closer to the top of the Firelands Conference at 8-2. Western Reserve leads the way at 8-1. Held paced the Wildcats with 16 points.
Plymouth 53, Mapleton 44
Tyson Beebe tallied 20 points, including 10 in the opening quarter, as the Big Red notched an FC win. Plymouth outscored the Mounties 18-5 in the final quarter.
Ottawa Hills 56, Danbury 35
Bay 52, Vermilion 50
Port Clinton 61, St. Mary CC 49
Sophomores Tiffany Colston and Hope Thorbahn led the Redskins with a combined 37 points as they defeated St. Mary 61-49 in Sandusky Bay Conference action. The win is the 10th of the year for Port Clinton (10-5, 7-4), the first time the program has won 10 games since 2007.
Clyde 50, Perkins 27
The Fliers clinched at least a share of the Sandusky Bay Conference crown with an emphatic second half push against Perkins at home. Clyde broke open a 23-21 game at the half for a 50-27 rout, complete with 13-0 third quarter.
Oak Harbor 52, Huron 23
The Rockets used a 19-2 scoring advantage in the third quarter to pull away from Huron and improve to 5-11, 2-9. Allison Dunn led the way for Oak Harbor with 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds, while Abby Gezo added 15 points and 10 boards.
Edison 54, Margaretta 43
The Lady Chargers kept up their winning ways, helped by going 14-of-17 from the free-throw line in the final quarter. Susan Knight led Edison with 14 points, including nine free throws. Ciara Reed had 13 points with five free throws. The Lady Chargers have won six straight games.
For more information on these games, see Saturday's Register and Reflector.