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South Central, Plymouth open season with victories

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Nov 29, 2019 at 11:08 PM

GREENWICH — The South Central boys basketball team opened the season with a big start, racing out to a 22-7 lead after one quarter of Friday’s 56-31 season-opening victory over visiting Mansfield St. Peter’s.

South Central’s trio of Simon Blair, Evan Legg and David Lamoreaux each scored 12 points. Blair added eight steals, five assists and three rebounds, while Lamoreaux also grabbed five rebounds.

Also for the Trojans, Sam Seidel had six points and four steals, while Isaiah Seidel had four points and five assists.

South Central is back in action Saturday against Buckeye Central in Greenwich.

ST. PETER’S (0-1)

Gurski 4-2—10; Rose 1-0—2; Grose 1-0—2; Perkins-Harris 4-3—12; Foltz 1-2—5. TOTALS 11-7—31.

SOUTH CENTRAL (1-0)

Simon Blair 4-3—12; Sam Seidel 2-0—6; David Lamoreaux 5-2—12; Isaiah Seidel 2-0—4; Blaine Wheeler 2-0—5; Evan Legg 4-0—12; Jay Cook 1-0—2; Jackson McCormack 1-0—3. TOTALS 21-5—56.

3-point FGs: (STP) Foltz, Perkins-Harris; (SC) Legg 4, S. Seidel 2, Wheeler, McCormack

 

Plymouth 47, Buckeye Central 40

NEW WASHINGTON — Walker Elliott had 14 points and six assists as the Big Red jumped out to a nine-point lead after one quarter and held it steady from there in a road win over the Bucks.

Zeth Goth added 10 points for Plymouth, which also got six points and six rebounds from Josh Beebe in the victory.

Plymouth, which shot 20-of-40 from the field, will be back in action on Tuesday at home against Seneca East.

PLYMOUTH (1-0)

Walker Elliott 7-0—14; Brody Brown 1-4—6; Blake Vanderpool 1-0—3; Josh Beebe 3-0—6; Josh Cox 1-0—2; Jace Barber 2-0—4; Zeth Goth 4-1—10; Scott Jennings 1-0—2. TOTALS 20-5—47.

BUCKEYE CENTRAL (1-0)

Aiden McDougal 1-0—2; Tyler Rose 3-4—12; Alex Kanney 1-0—2; Brady Kerschner 2-3—7; Jake Heefner 1-1—3; Damian Dean 1-1—4; Nick Ramey 4-0—10. TOTALS 13-9—40.

Plymouth 18 8 13 8 — 47

B. Central 9 8 14 9 — 40

3-point FGs: (P)Vanderpool, Goth; (BC) Rose 2, Ramey 2, Dean

 

Willard 64, Upper Sandusky 59

UPPER SANDUSKY — The Crimson Flashes are off to a 2-0 start after Friday’s key road win over the Rams in a rematch of last season’s Div. III district championship game — also won by Willard.

Terry Baldridge capped a big week with 27 points for Willard, while Cooper Parrott added 13. Micah Dawson also added eight points for the Flashes.

WILLARD (2-0)

Trey Paxton 2-0—5; Terry Baldridge 6-14—27; Austin Adelman 1-3—5; Myles Pinkston 1-0—2; Micah Dawson 3-2—8; Cooper Parrott 5-2—13; J. Cok 2-0—4.

UPPER SANDUSKY (0-1)

McCreary 3-2—11; Montgomery 2-0—5; Adams 2-0—6; Vent 5-2—12; Sowders 2-1—5; E. Young 3-0—7; Beamer 5-1—11; Carey 0-2—2. TOTALS 22-8—59.

Willard 7 24 14 19 — 64

U. Sandusky 15 16 12 16 — 59

3-point FGs: (W) Paxton, Baldridge, Parrott; (US) McCreary 3, Adams 2, Montgomery, Young

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Margaretta 74, W. Reserve 18

CASTALIA — Margaretta scored more points in the first quarter than Western Reserve scored in the game in a dominating 74-18 non-league win on Friday.

Taylor Malson led the Polar Bears (3-0) with 21 points while freshman Kylie Leibacher had 15 points and a team-high seven rebounds.

Jayden Moore added 13 points for Margaretta, who led 20-4 at halftime and 43-10 at halftime.

The Roughriders (1-2) struggled even more in the third quarter. WR missed the three shots it took, but also committed 13 turnovers in the quarter.

McKenna Woodruff paced the 'Riders with six points and 10 rebounds.

WESTERN RESERVE (1-2)

Isabelle Duchette 1-3—5, Avery Tubbs 1-0—2, McKenna Woodruff 3-0—6, Ellie Blankenship 2-0—4, Grace French 0-1—1. TOTALS 7-4—18.

MARGARETTA (3-0)

Elliana Schaefer 0-2—2, Taylor Malson 10-0—21, Jayden Moore 6-0—13, Devyne Eisenhauer 5-1—11, Cassidy Cheek 2-0—4, Kylie Leibacher 4-7—15, Jaelle Keller 1-1—4, Cassidy Smith-Fields 1-0—2, Kylee Cheek 1-0—2. TOTALS 30-11—74.

W. Reserve 4 6 0 8 — 18

Margaretta 20 23 19 12 — 74

3-point FGs: (M) Malson, Moore, Keller.

 

Clyde 52, Norwalk 43

CLYDE — The Truckers trailed by just a basket entering the fourth quarter of Friday’s SBC Lake Division opener against the host Fliers.

However, it was Clyde pulling away down the stretch with a 16-9 scoring advantage in the fourth quarter of the 52-43 win over the Truckers (2-1, 0-1).

For Norwalk, Elena Barber shined with 23 points and seven rebounds, while Olivia Ward added seven points and 11 rebounds.

Also for Norwalk, Brooklyn Davis added eight points, 11 rebounds and five steals.

NORWALK (2-1, 0-1)

Alex Nolan 0-3—3; Olivia Ward 3-0—7; Elena Barber 5-11—23; Kayla Cring 1-0—2; Brooklyn Davis 4-0—8. TOTALS 14-14—43.

CLYDE (2-1, 1-0)

Kaylee Eltringham 2-3—7; Karlee Lozier 0-3—3; Kam Taylor 0-4—4; Kristen Harrah 8-5—21; Emily Hammer 2-0—4; Krista Cook 0-1—1; Sidney Hohman 3-4—10; Brooke Newsome 1-0—2. TOTALS 16-21—52.

Norwalk 9 11 14 9 — 43

Clyde 14 11 11 16 — 52

3-point FGs: (N) Ward.

 

St. Paul 62, Tiffin Calvert 35

TIFFIN — The Lady Flyers improved to 3-0 with a blowout win over the Senecas on Friday in non-league play.

St. Paul is back in action on Thursday in the Firelands Conference opener at Monroeville.

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