South runs away from Hayes, 65-36


The Delaware Hayes girls basketball team got off to a solid start, trailing by just six points after a competitive opening quarter, but visiting Westerville South pulled away over the course of the final three to post a 65-36 OCC-Capital Division win Friday night in Delaware.

Adrionna Brown and Samantha Toney, who finished with 10 points apiece, sparked the fast start. Brown had four early points and Toney had five in the first, but the buckets got harder and harder to come by as the game wore on.

The Pacers, who trailed 19-13 after one, managed just 10 points in the second quarter, nine in the third and four in the fourth.

Tamara Ortiz led the Wildcats with a game-best 25 points.

Olentangy Liberty 67, Hilliard Bradley 34

The Patriots continue to dominate league opponents, most recently crushing the visiting Jaguars Friday night in Powell.

Liberty outscored Bradley 24-7 in the first quarter and never looked back.

Addison Marston and Gigi Bower were their usual selves in the win. Bower hit a team-best three triples on the way to a 16-point night while Marston was a force in the paint, finishing with a game-high 19 points.

Buckeye Valley 55, Grandview Heights 48

Emily Huston hit a team-best three triples and was 5-for-5 at the free throw line, finishing with 16 points to lead the Barons to a solid MSL-Ohio win over the host Bobcats Friday night in Grandview.

Ella Hazelrigg backed Huston with 15 points while Carlie Osborne had 11 in the win, which helped BV finish third in the final league standings.

Dublin Jerome 62, Olentangy Berlin 55, 2OT

The Bears played even with the host Celtics for four quarters and an overtime period, but were blanked in the second OT as the Celtics escaped with the league win.

Jocelyn Franz scored a game-best 18 points for Berlin while Kadence Conley finished with 16 for Jerome.

Also: Big Walnut 58, Worthington Kilbourne 31.

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