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Edison wins for third time in five days

By Reflector staff • Updated Dec 5, 2017 at 11:35 PM

HENRIETTA TWP. — The Edison Chargers boys basketball won for the third time in in five days to begin the season, routing host Firelands by a 48-33 margin in Tuesday’s non-league game.

The Chargers (3-0) were led by Bryce Roberts with 16 points, and James Hill with 15.

The Chargers entertain Margaretta in what is expected to be a key Sandusky Bay Conference Bay division game on Friday.


Northwestern 66, New London 18

WEST SALEM — The Wildcats were outscored 20-0 in the first quarter of Tuesday’s non-league loss to Northwestern.

For New London (0-3), Gabby Ledbetter and Kiaya Thierry each scored six points for 12 of the team’s 18 points. Ledbetter grabbed 12 rebounds.

It gets no easier for the Wildcats, who entertain Firelands Conference favorite Western Reserve on Thursday.


Sandusky sweeps Norwalk

SANDUSKY — The Sandusky bowling teams swept visiting Norwalk in SBC Lake Division action on Tuesday at Cedar Lanes.

The Blue Streak boys won by a 2,983-2,642 score.

Sandusky senior Tyler Vincent rolled a perfect game 300, then added a 205 for a medalist 505 series. Norwalk was led in scoring by freshmen Zachary Thrash with 226-215 for a 441 series.

In girls action, Sandusky won 1,932-1,812. Madision Hainline led Norwalk with a 284 series.

Willard, Port Clinton split

WILLARD — The Willard boys topped visiting Port Clinton, while the girls fell in a narrow score in an SBC Bay division matchup at Dynasty Lanes on Tuesday.

The boys won by a 2,475-2,361 score. The Flashes were led by Josh Holida (253-177—430) Brandon Dye (176-168—344) and Jayson Bruner (170).

In girls action, the Flashes fell by a 2,268-2,253 score.

Port Clinton was up 57 pins going into the last baker game, but Willard rallied to make it close.

Lilly Hellman led Willard with 192-200—392, while Kourtney Craft added a 158-162—320.


Norwalk drops meet to Rockets

OAK HARBOR — The Norwalk boys and girls swim teams fell in a dual meet on Tuesday at Oak Harbor.

The girls lost a tight 94-74 meet, while the boys fell 115-46.

“The swimmer’s times are dropping and we are coming together as a team,” Norwalk coach Erin Smetzer said. “Many of the swimmers are improving and becoming more confident in the pool.”

Sophomore Mara Berry had a personal best in the 200 IM with a winning time of 2:37.82. Junior Anna Little took first in both the 50 and 100 freestyle. Junior Sela Berry, was first in the 500 free and second in the 200 free.

The 200 free relay of Elyse Coe, Sela Berry, Katie Westcott and Little took first place, while Coe was second in the 100 fly.

Also for the girls, sophomore Carissa Link was second in both the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke.

For the boys, seniors Jordan Weinert and Owen Rhodes took second and third in both the 50 free and 100 free races. The boys 200 freestyle relay of Rhodes, Wyatt Dotson, Nick Smith, and Weinert posted a first place finish.

The Truckers will head to Sandusky on Saturday for the annual A-Behr Relays.

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