Even when Shelby had difficulty finding its shooting eye, their defense was still miserly.
By limiting visiting Willard to 26 percent shooting and single digits in each of the first three quarters, the Lady Whippets were able to offset their own cold shooting and pull out a 44-36 Northern Ohio League girls basketball win in the Dawg House Tuesday evening.
The red and gray upped their conference ledger to 7-0 and moved to 14-1 in all games. The Flashes slip to 2-5 in the league and 7-9 overall...Read More
Just two days after their heartbreaking loss in New Washington, Willard came out and took care of unfinished business Saturday night at home against Port Clinton.
Even if was difficult for the ‘unfinished’ to get started.
Despite a rocky start that saw the visiting Redskins jump out to a 17-8 lead after one, Willard turned up their defensive intensity and locked down Port Clinton to the tune of just 23 points over the final three quarters to earn their second win of the season, 50-40, at the Robert L. Haas Gymnasium...Read More
Saturday, the Ladycats defeated Crestview in the start of their second round through the Firelands conference. The final score was 65-54; however, this score does not describe the intensity of this game.
New London started out hot, outscoring the Cougars 23-13 in the first half. They went on a downward spiral though, with starting guards Morgan Luedy and Eden Copley both drawing their second fouls early in the second quarter, landing them on the bench until after halftime. The Cougars decreased the ‘Cats lead going into halftime with a score of 33-28. Things weren’t shaping up for the Ladycats, ending the third quarter only up by one point (47-46). The team pulled through in the fourth quarter thanks to hitting some key foul shots, scoring 18 points to Crestview’s eight...Read More
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