FORT LORAMIE — Fort Loramie earned a big nonconference win on its senior day on Saturday by crushing Versailles 81-23.
The Redskins took an 18-4 lead by the end of the first quarter and used a 22-8 scoring advantage in the second to push their lead to 40-12 at halftime. They followed with a 21-0 advantage in the third quarter and 20-11 advantage in the fourth.
Senior forward Kenzie Hoelscher led Fort Loramie (20-1) with 14 points and six rebounds. Senior forward Dana Rose added 13 points and five rebounds, while senior guards Corynn Heitkamp and Clara Gephart scored nine and eight points, respectively. Junior guard Coleen Brandewie scored eight points and had six assists.
Fort Loramie, which was ranked No. 1 in Division IV in the final Associated Press state poll of the season, shot 32 for 52 (61.5 percent) from the floor and 13 for 14 from the free-throw line.
Kaylee Braun led Versailles (7-13) with seven points.
Russia 53, New Bremen 41
The Raiders earned a nonconference win on Saturday in Russia.
New Bremen built a 13-8 lead by the end of the first quarter but Russia used a 21-8 scoring advantage in the second to take a 29-21 halftime lead.
The Raiders kept the run going with an 11-6 scoring advantage in the third quarter. The Cardinals trimmed the final gap a bit with a 14-13 advantage in the fourth.
Ashley Scott led Russia (13-9) with 19 points, 14 of which came in the second quarter. Kate Sherman added 12 points.
Elli Roetgerman led New Bremen (10-7) with 13 points while Kaylee Freund scored 10. Both had six rebounds apiece, as did Chloe Bornhorst, who scored six points.
Russia shot 19 for 45 (42 percent) from the floor while the Cardinals shot 11 for 39 (28 percent). Russia had a 26-25 rebounding edge.
Riverside 56, Fairlawn 45
The Pirates earned a nonconference win on Saturday in De Graff.
Lauryn Sanford led Riverside (13-5) with 16 points. Jade Copas scored 12 points and had 12 rebounds and Kirstin Schlumbohm scored 11 points and had six rebounds. Allison Knight added 11 points and Olivia Perk brought down 10 rebounds.
Fairlawn dropped to 6-12 with the loss. Individual statistics were not reported.
Botkins 49, Allen East 38
Botkins earned a nonconference win on Saturday in Harrod.
The Trojans took a 14-10 lead by the end of the first quarter and used a 9-6 scoring advantage in the second to take a 23-16 halftime lead. Allen East outscored Botkins 13-10 in the third but was outscored 16-9 in the fourth.
Carmen Heuker led Botkins (15-6) with 21 points while Boston Paul scored 10.
Houston 63, Franklin-Monroe 40
The Wildcats earned a nonconference win on Saturday in Houston.
Houston built a 13-10 lead by the end of the first quarter and used an 18-14 scoring edge in the second to take a 31-24 halftime lead. The Wildcats finished with 16-8 scoring advantages in both the third and fourth quarters.
Megan Maier and Amber Stangel each scored 11 points for Houston (9-11) while Rylie Voisard scored nine. Emma Kemp and Catryn Mohler each scored eight points.
Jackson Center 44, Indian Lake 32
The Tigers earned a nonconference win on Saturday in Lewistown.
Jackson Center built a 13-5 lead by the end of the first quarter. Each squad scored 11 points in the second and third quarters. The Tigers cemented the win with a 9-5 scoring edge in the fourth.
Jackson Center improved to 3-17 overall with the win. No statistics were reported.
Bradford 42, Lehman Catholic 33
The Cavaliers lost a nonconference game on Saturday in Bradford.
The Railroaders built an 11-7 lead by the end of the first quarter. Each squad scored 10 points in the second, and Lehman used an 8-7 scoring edge in the third to pull within 28-25 heading into the fourth. Bradford pulled away in the fourth with a 14-8 scoring advantage.
Anna Cianciolo led the Cavaliers (7-12) with 12 points while Tori Lachey added seven. Heidi Toner brought down 10 rebounds.
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