Marysville’s girls varsity basketball team got back on the winning track with Friday’s 82-34 win over Glenville.
The victory came during the second day of the Jackson Holiday Classic in Massillon.
The Lady Monarchs, who improved to 6-5, had the game well in hand during the opening period.
They took a 23-8 advantage at the end of the first quarter and carried a 40-16 margin into the turn.
MHS, which will host River Valley on Wednesday, held a 67-20 lead by the end of the third set.
Tinley Graves led Marysville with 16 points. She was followed by Cassidy Francisco-12 and Madi Sloan-10.
Editor’s note: the box score was incomplete.
JA girls fall
Jonathan Alder’s girls lost to Fairfield Christian, 66-64, on Saturday.
The Lady Pioneers, 7-2, held an 18-15 edge after the opening quarter, but trailed 38-28 by halftime.
Fairfield Christian took a 58-43 margin into the final eight minutes of action.
Alder’s girls, who will play at Tecumseh on Saturday, were led in scoring by Abby Jones with 16.
Mershimer 12-1-26, Grabans 6-2-16, Couch 6-0-12, Seals 2-0-4, Sterling 2-0-4, Adu 0-2-2, Noland 0-2-2. Totals 28-7-66.
Three-point goals: Grabans 2, Mershimer 1.
Jones 6-3-16, Zawodney 5-0-14, Bourquin 5-2-13, Walbom 4-4-13, Bushong 2-0-4, Parker 1-0-2, Shepherd 1-0-2. Totals 24-9-64.
Three-point goals: Zawodny 4, Jones 1, Bourquin 1, Walbom 1.
Lady Cats fall
The struggles continued this season for North Union’s girls (2-9) as they fell to Northmor, 55-33, on Saturday.
The Golden Nights took a 24-15 lead at halftime and a 43-22 margin into the fourth quarter.
Journey Blevins led NU with 18 points.
The Lady Cats will host Pleasant on Wednesday.
Farley 6-3-16, Wenger 5-4-15, Swihart 2-2-7, Miracle 3-1-7, Ditullio 2-3-7, Linkous 1-1-3. Totals 19-14-55.
Three-point goals: Farley 1, Wenger 1, Swihart 1.
Blevins 7-4-18, Bacon 3-2-8, Amstutz 1-0-3, Guy 1-1-3, Deickert 0-1-1. Totals 12-8-33.
Three-point goal: Amstutz 1.
Lady Panthers drop game
Fairbanks’ girls slipped to 1-7 on Saturday with a 44-25 loss to Southeastern.
FHS, which will host Greenon on Thursday, led 10-8 after the first quarter.
The Lady Panthers, though, managed just two markers during the second period and trailed, 18-12, by halftime.
The Trojans took a 32-21 lead into the final quarter.
Michaela Writesel led Fairbanks with eight points.
Also scoring for FHS were Megan Rausch-6, Macy Wanamaker-4, Joelle Ziegler-4, Bella Rowland-2 and Sam Pickelsimer-1.
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