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Norwalk tops New London for 2-0 start

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Nov 27, 2019 at 7:29 PM

NORWALK — The Norwalk girls basketball team improved to 2-0 with a 61-19 over visiting New London on Tuesday at Norwalk High School.

Norwalk held a 26-2 advantage in steals and a 15-1 edge in assists over the Wildcats, who fell to 0-2.

For Norwalk, Elena Barber finished with 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting and added four rebounds. Olivia Ward had 10 points, five steals and three assists, while Janel Jubak had nine points and four rebounds, and Brooklyn Davis added nine points and four steals.

Skylarr Story added four points and five rebounds, while Joscey Thomas had three assists.

For New London, Alex Duggar had seven points and eight rebounds, while Kiaya Thierry added six points.

The Truckers open SBC Lake Division play Friday night at Clyde. New London next plays on Thursday, Dec. 5 in its Firelands Conference opener vs. South Central.

 

NEW LONDON (0-2)

Alexis Duggar 2-2—7; Kiaya Thierry 2-2—6; Kaylin Williams 2-0—4; Kaitlyn Gum 1-0—2. TOTALS 7-4—19.

NORWALK (2-0)

Alex Nolan 1-0—2; Lana Oglesby 1-0—2; Joscey Thomas 1-0—2; Olivia Ward 2-4—10; Elena Barber 8-2—18; Janel Jubak 4-0—9; Kylie Moser 1-0—2; Brooklyn Davis 4-0—9; Kayla Cring 0-2—2; Skylarr Story 2-0—4; Kennedy Friend 1-0—2. TOTALS 24-9—61.

N. London 3 4 10 2 — 19

Norwalk 19 17 11 14 — 61

3-point FGs: (NL) Duggar; (N) Ward 2, Jubak, Davis.

 

Willard 71, Upper Sandusky 31

UPPER SANDUSKY — The Crimson Flashes turned a 30-17 halftime lead into a rout with a 21-2 scoring advantage in the third quarter of a 40-point win on the road Tuesday over the Rams.

For Willard (2-0), Cassie Crawford scored a game-high 19 points, with Tristin Buurma adding 14 and Kalli Sowers added 10. Both Layla Dials and McKenna Stephens each added eight points for the Flashes, who next play on Tuesday at Bellevue in a rematch of last season's 49-42 district title game loss to the Lady Red.

WILLARD (2-0)

Syana Sivonsak 2-0—4; Kalli Sowers 4-2—10; Layla Dials 4-0—8; Becca Slone 1-0—2; Jaiden Sexton 1-0—2; McKenna Stephens 4-0—8; Cassie Crawford 9-0—19; Tristin Buurma 5-4—14; Presley Feltner 2-0—4.

UPPER SANDUSKY

Manns 0-6—6; Baral 0-1—1; Gottfried 2-4—8; Smith 1-0—2; Vent 1-2—4; Iles 2-4—8; Byrom 0-2—2. TOTALS 6-18—31.

Willard    14 16 21 20 — 71

U. Sandusky 8 9 2 12 — 31

3-point FGs: (W) Crawford

 

Edison 57, Keystone 30

LAGRANGE — For a second time in as many games, the Chargers held an opponent scoreless in the third quarter as they cruised past host Keystone on Tuesday in a non-league win.

The Chargers (2-0) jumped out to a 22-7 lead after one quarter, and removed all doubt with a 14-0 scoring margin in the third quarter.

Kennedy Keefer scored 15 points, followed by Aliyah Caporini with 14 and Jayla Medina with 11.

Edison hosts Vermilion on Dec. 3.

EDISON (2-0)

Aliyah Caporini 5-4—14; Lindsay Sneider 2-0—4; Lindsay Roberts 1-2—4; Olivia Vitaz 2-2—6; Jayla Medina 4-1—11; Lydia Woodyard 1-1—3; Kennedy Keefer 7-1—15. TOTALS 22-11—57.

KEYSTONE

Delaney Peters 8-1—20; Lily Cassell 1-1—3; Kennedy Kerr 2-2—7. TOTALS 11-4—30.

Edison 22 8 14 13 — 57

Keystone. 7 9 0. 14 — 30

3-point FGs: (E) Medina; (K) Peters 3, Kerr.

JV: Edison, 49-17

 

Plymouth 45, Oberlin 34

PLYMOUTH — The Big Red picked up their first win of the season on Tuesday with a non-league win over visiting Oberlin.

Plymouth is 1-2 on the season and is back in action on Dec. 5 in the Firelands Conference opener at Crestview.

 

BOWLING

Norwalk, Willard split match

WILLARD — The Norwalk and Willard boys bowling teams recently split matches to start the season.

On Nov. 22, the Truckers edged out the visiting Flashes by just 12 pins, posting a 2,593-2,581 win.

For Norwalk, Zach Thrash led the way with a 168-202—370 series, while Landan Klett added a 146-191—337. Also helping for the Truckers was Ryan Scheel (120-202—322), Andrew Bundschuh (169-148—317) and Hunter Klein (158-149—307).

For the host Flashes, Jayson Bruner rolled a 204-228—432 series, followed by Riley Barnett with a 180-203—383. Also leading Willard was Luke Stein (168-187—355) and Drew Ericsson (178-160—338).

In the girls match, it was Willard winning by a 2,198-1,939 score.

Abigail Kenestrick led the Flashes with a 211-170—381 series, followed by Lynzee Smith (168-154—322), Emily Jackson (151-158—309) and Sage Ott (154-136—290).

For Norwalk, Megan Sage led the way with a 157-145—302. She was followed by Kya Hamons (136-145—291), Krysten Vladiff (120-150—270) and Carley Nickoli (113-109—222).

On Tuesday, the Willard boys improved to 5-1 with a 2,470-2,412 win over Norwalk in the rematch.

The Flashes were led by Barnett (150-187—337) and Bruner (157-180—337). They were followed by Stein (160-163—323) and Ericsson (160-152—312).

The Truckers were led by Klett (194-173—367) and Thrash (162-154—316). Bundschuh (162-144—306) and Scheel (151-135—286) followed.

In the girls match, Willard won 2,101-1,681.

Kenestrick again led the way with a 256-154—410 series, while Jillian Ericsson added a 179-167—346. Emily Jackson (157-158—315) and Smith (148-157—305) followed.

For Norwalk, Sage had a 148-168—316, followed by Hamons (138-135—273) and Noelle Jackson (157-115—272).

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