Tuesday Night Highlights (Jan. 3)
The Blue Streak swimmers set a record Tuesday in their tri-meet sweep of Huron and Mansfield Madison.
Sarah Miller, Taylor Vargo, Kerrigan Vargo and Mary Murray won the 200 medley relay in 1:58.54, beating the previous mark of 1:59.11 set last year.
Miller, Taylor Vargo were on that relay swim with Ashley Ahlers and Holly Lippus.
The Streaks had a 76-10 win against the Madison girls and 60-26 against the Huron girls. Sandusky won the boys meets 67-18 against Madison and 58-28 against Huron.
The Tigers beat the Rams 71-15 in both meets.
Rockets sweep Truckers Oak Harbor gained a sweep Tuesday against Norwalk at the Ernthausen Community Center. The Rockets won the girls meet, 118-52, and the boys scored a 93-76 decision.
Sandusky 57, Columbian 47 Morgan Newell scored 17 points, Sam Mayfield added 15 and Icelene Smith for the Streaks, who had a double-digit lead erased but hung on for their second win of the year and first in the NOL.
Perkins 61, Oak Harbor 35 Four players scored double figure for the Pirates (Jordan Fraley 14, Darcy Daniel 13, Kayla Yost 12 and Shannon Ebert 10) as Perkins had 41 first-half points in a win against the Rockets. Allison Dunn led Oak Harbor with 19.
Margaretta 50, St. Mary CC 40 Jessi Napka had 13 and Tatum Tucker 12 as the Bears won a fourth straight game by holding off the Panthers, whose comeback fizzled in the fourth.
Lindsay Kaatz had a double double (16 points, 14 rebounds) for SMCC.
Edison 56, Huron 38 The Chargers snapped out of a first-half funk and turned a 21-20 deficit into a win by forcing the Tigers into 31 turnovers. Lauren Dunnavant had a game-high 16 for Edison and Ciara Reed scored 14.
Norwalk 53, Willard 43 The Truckers shook off a slow start as Jocelyn Thomas scored 14, Hannah Souslin 11, and Lindsey Ziemke and Hannah Schneider added 10 each in a win against the Flashes.
Willard's Laura Danhoff had 13 and Olivia Bauer scored 11.
Shelby 57, Bellevue 53 The Whippets are in first in the NOL with their win against the Lady Red, who lost a league game for the first time since the 2009-10 season. Leslie Raifsnider's 19 points and Carly Santoro's 13 led Bellevue.