In SBC Lake and Bay action, the Norwalk and Edison girls lost, while Willard won at Port Clinton on Saturday.
Leading 48-43 with 2:20 left in regulation, the Truckers (8-5) were outscored 11-2 down the stretch of the fourth quarter and OT in a 54-50 loss to Huron (10-2) Saturday night.
The Truckers (8-4, 6-1) limited the Pirates to just eight points in the second half of Friday’s 48-22 win at Perkins High School.
The Roughriders (10-2, 6-2) scored 21-plus points in each of the four quarters in a 90-44 win at Mapleton Thursday night; Norwalk girls fall at home to Ontario.
Former three-sport standout and All-Ohio first team baseball player Gary Wilde is one of four selections to the Norwalk High School Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Despite some ugly losses, everything is still in front of the Norwalk basketball team entering the second half of the season.
Norwalk graduate Robin Welch was not only a former standout athlete, but has touched thousands of lives through coaching and education on her way to becoming a distinguished citizen member of the NHS Hall of Fame on Saturday.
The Truckers shot 52 percent from the floor and held the Fliers to 40 points in Tuesday’s 52-40 win over Clyde at Norwalk High School.
Here is a look at the second of four inductees in the Norwalk High School Hall of Fame, which will take place Saturday in the Art Gallery at NHS.
Here is a look at the first of four inductees in the Norwalk High School Hall of Fame, which will take place Saturday in the Art Gallery at NHS.
The Truckers (6-4) had 17 turnovers in a 66-56 non-league loss to the Arrows, while Willard (10-1) and Edison (4-6) rebounded from SBC Bay losses to earn non-league wins Saturday.
Four days after a last-minute rally led to a 47-46 win over Tiffin Columbian, the Truckers edged Clyde (44-43) on two late free throws by freshman Joscey Thomas on Saturday at Norwalk High School.
The Truckers (6-3, 4-1) were up 18 points in the first half, but had to stave off the Tornadoes (6-4, 3-3) late in Friday’s 64-58 league win at Norwalk High School
Guard Avery Tubbs made five 3-pointers for 21 points in a 54-30 win over New London on Friday, while St. Paul dominated visiting Plymouth in FC action on Thrusday.
Watching Norwalk’s Breck Turner and South Central’s Taylor Wilhelm on opposite sidelines for the entertaining Quick Lane Bowl created lasting memories for Reflector Sports Editor Mark Hazelwood.