SHELBY - Clyde's Heidi Marshall was busy on Thursday.
Marshall went to the foul line 19 times and was busy in many other ways as the Fliers outscored Shelby 69-60 in a Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division game.
After scoring just two first quarter points, Marshall scored at least seven points in the next three quarters before finishing with a game-high 30 points.
Not far behind Marshall in the scoring category was Shelby's Camryn Randall.
Randall went scoreless in the third quarter but still finished with 29 points to keep the Whippets in the game.
Clyde (2-4, 2-1 SBC Lake) not only shut down Randall in the third, but kept Shelby to just seven points in the period as the Fliers opened up a nine point lead.
Marshall, who went 16-of-19 from the charity stripe, scored seven of her points in the third.
The two teams fought to a 17-17 tie after one quarter as Randall scored 12 points to lead Shelby (1-4, 1-1 SBC Lake).
Alayna Barrera hit two 3-pointers for Clyde in the opening quarter while finishing with nine points in the game.
In the second, Marshall went 5-of-5 at the line and scored nine points, while Alexis Keegan six of her 14 points in the second as Clyde grabbed a 35-33 lead at the intermission.
The Fliers will return to action next Tuesday when they travel to Port Clinton.
Shelby will play Saturday in the Richland Source Classic at Shelby High School.