MILAN - Both Edison and Oak Harbor entered Tuesday's Sandusky Bay Conference Bay Division's contest looking to keep pace with the leaders of the division.
Trailing both Willard and Margaretta, the two teams entered with identical 3-2 records within division play and neither team could afford a loss and keep hopes of a possible run at a divisional title.
Despite scoring its lowest total in a couple of years, Oak Harbor came out on top by posting a 34-28 victory.
The Chargers slowly and methodically stalled during their offensive possessions while Mariah Medina and Hannah Vitaz led the team with nine and eight points, respectively.
Oak Harbor had eight points apiece from Sophia Eli and Abby Dornbusch.
The Rockets are now 10-3 (4-2 SBC Bay) while Edison falls to 8-4 (3-3 SBC Bay).
Next up, the Chargers will be Margaretta on Saturday at home while Oak Harbor will host Huron on Saturday at the Launch Pad.