Marion Elgin 89, Hardin Northern 27
Marion Elgin shot a staggering 66% from three-point range in their 89-27 rout of Hardin Northern.
Amy Hafer and Josi Wolf each scored 18 points for the Lady Comets, while Bekah Muselin scored 17 points in the win.
Frankie Bejarano led Hardin Northern with 14 points and 4 rebounds.
The Lady Comets forced 35 turnovers en route to the victory.
Fairview 49, Lakewood Park Christian (IN) 40
Allison Vetter scored 16 points, grabbed 6 rebounds, and had 1 steal in Fairview’s 49-40 win over Lakewood Park Christian (IN).
Riley Mealer chipped in 9 points and Kendall Baker chipped in 6 in the win.
New Bremen 55, Houston 17
Kelly Naylor’s 14 points led New Bremen to a 55-17 win over Houston.
Hanna Tenkman chipped in 13 points for the Lady Cardinals.
Rebekah New led the way for Houston with 6 points in the loss.
St. Marys 53, New Knoxville 51
Syd Cisco’s game-high 27 points helped St. Marys beat New Knoxville 53-51.
Madi Howell joined Cisco in double-digits with 14 points.
Shawnee 51, Marion Local 40
Eliyana Floyd scored 15 points as Shawnee beat Marion Local 51-40 in non-conference action Thursday.
Alissa Stahler scored 13 points, going a perfect 6-6 from the charity stripe, while Kerri Roberson chipped in 10 points in the win for the Lady Indians.
Heidi Rethman led the way for the Lady Flyers, scoring 11 points. Natalie Rethman chipped in 9 points in the loss.
Cory-Rawson 47, Pandora-Gilboa 26
Coming into this season, Cory-Rawson had gone winless the previous two seasons. It’s been a banner week for the Lady Hornets, after beating Ada Tuesday, Lauren Cuellar’s squad whipped Pandora-Gilboa 47-26.
Zoe Chisholm scored a game-high 16 points as Sami Roth chipped in 12 points.
Kayla Ferguson was the only Lady Rocket in double figures, scoring 15 points in the loss.
Delta 56, Tinora 37
Maddie Mattimore scored 22 points and Abby Freeman scored another 20 as Delta beat Tinora 56-37.
Madison Brown scored 11 points for the Lady Rams, while Amber Schliesser scored 7 points and pulled down 8 rebounds in the loss.
Paulding 44, Edgerton 42
Cassidy Posey (16 points) and Briana Townley (14 points) each hit double figures as Paulding held on to beat Edgerton 44-42.
Ally Cape scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs as Claire Flegal chipped in 11 points in the loss.