Tuesday Night Highlights: Feb. 8

Perkins let a double-digit lead slip away Tuesday night but still managed a 56-53 win against Bellevue - possibly their biggest win of the season - as three players scored in double fig
AnthonyMoujaes
Feb 8, 2012

Perkins let a double-digit lead slip away Tuesday night but still managed a 56-53 win against Bellevue — possibly their biggest win of the season — as three players scored in double figures for the Pirates.

Jordan Fraley scored 18, Shannon Ebert had 14 and Darcy Daniel 12 for Perkins. Freshman Carly Santoro scored 26 points for Bellevue.

The teams could meet again in the Division II distict final.

Edison 63, St. Paul 44 The Chargers won their 14th game this winter as Lauren Dunnavant scored 18 points and Ciara Reed 16. Susan Knight added 11 as Edison had a double-digit lead in the first quarter.

Sabrina Schaffer had seven for St. Paul, which like the Chargers has been one of the area's surprise teams of the season.

Clyde 78, Willard 42 About the only bright spot for Willard was Ally Graham scoring 17 points to reach 1,000 for her career — the fourth player this year to do so — in a loss to the Fliers.

Clyde, which was ahead only by one (13-12) after the first, got 19 points from senior Rachael Smetzler, 14 from Amanda Cahill and Hannah Wadsworth.

Margaretta 72, Seneca East 27 Michenzi Hoffman made a school-record seven 3-pointers and scored 26 in a win against the Tigers, who didn't score more than eight points in any quarter.

Kelsey Kromer added 13 and Sarah Weyer 11 for the Polar Bears.

Ontario 56, Norwalk 45 Sydnie Fetherolf and Kaiti Beveridge scored 13 each for the Truckers in a loss.

Read more on these games and other events in Wednesday's Register and Reflector.