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OHSN Girls Power Poll #3 (Dec. 25th)

12/25/2017, 4:15pm EST

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OHSN Girls Power Poll #3

1.  Bellevue (8-0) (Previous Ranking #1) – Casey and Cory Santoro continue to lead the Bellevue girls’ basketball team in scoring as the Lady Redmen continue to be unbeaten.  Both Santoro’s have had 30-point games this season while Casey is averaging 21.6 ppg and Cory has put in 17.9 ppg.  Another impressive stat this season is Cory Santoro’s free throw shooting (42-of-46).


2.  Fremont SJCC (9-0) (Previous Ranking #2) – The Crimson Streaks are a well balanced group of scorers that have stayed focused up to this point of the season.  Adrienne Wehring (16 ppg), Miranda Wammes (12.8 ppg), and Brooke Casperson (10.7 ppg) are leading the team in scoring.  An interesting road game at Oak Harbor (7-2) and a game at home against Hopewell-Loudon (8-1) on Saturday will provide plenty of strong competition before the New Year.


3.  Oak Harbor (7-2) (Previous Ranking #3) – Oak Harbor lost a heart-breaker against Willard at the buzzer last week, but the Rockets have earned recent wins of 51 points against Vermilion and 27 points against New Riegel.  The Rockets are currently being led offensively by Logan Harris (22.3 ppg), Sophia Eli (11 ppg.), and Ashley Riley (10.7 ppg).  On Thursday, a huge game against Fremont SJCC (9-0) will get them mentally ready for a big divisional contest against Margaretta (6-2) on Saturday.


4.  Fremont Ross (7-2) (Previous Ranking #4) – After a heart-breaking two point loss to Lima Senior, the Little Giants got back on track with a 68-point win over Woodward and a 26-point conference win over Oregon Clay.  Jazmin Bulger continues to lead Ross in scoring with 17.7 ppg while Brooklyn Baptista is averaging 13.7 a contest. 


5.  Margaretta (6-2) (Previous Ranking #5) – The Polar Bears have rebounded after a loss against divisional leading Willard by beating Toledo Start by 20 points and Vermilion by 63 points.  Margaretta will have a small tune-up Thursday against Cardinal Stritch before traveling to Oak Harbor on Saturday for a big contest with the Rockets.


6.  Clyde (4-4) (Previous Ranking #7) – After a 1-4 start to the season, Clyde is back on track with three straight wins.  A 36-point win over Port Clinton on the road and a 20-point win over Sandusky have the Lady Fliers looking to go over .500 before the New Year.  Heidi Marshall is averaging 21.2 ppg. while Alexis Keegan (9.6 ppg) is providing help for her team. 


7.  Woodmore (4-4) (Previous Ranking #6) – Woodmore responded to its two game losing streak with a slim 42-41 win over Genoa last Thursday.  The Wildcats will now host Ottawa Hills on Thursday behind the leadership of Katie Brugger (9.5 ppg).  Averaging 8.9 ppg. is Brooke Allen.


8.  Lakota (4-4) (Previous Ranking #9) – The Lakota girls’ basketball team has dropped its last two games against Hopewell Loudon (8-1) and Fremont SJCC (9-0).  The Raiders have several winnable games coming up on their schedule and Samantha Wallace and Aliza Dauterman hope to continue to lead the team in scoring to pick up some more wins.


9.  Danbury (4-4) (Last Ranking #8) – With consecutive wins over Cardinal Stritch and Danbury on the road, the Lakers may be gaining confidence at the right time.  Looking ahead the Lakers have several teams on their schedule that they could have their way with if they remain focused.  Haley Hoffman (10.3 ppg), Robin Skinner (9.9 ppg), and Erin Uhinck (9.1 ppg) are providing the majority of Danbury’s points so far this season.


10.  Old Fort (2-6) (Last Ranking #12) – Old Fort’s ten point win over Woodmore has pushed them further ahead in the polls.  Behind Madisyn Spencer’s 9.1 points a game, the Stockaders continue to see confidence as the season progresses.  Morgan Miller is adding 6.9 ppg.  Old Fort will host Lakota and Tiffin Calvert in its next two games.


11.  Port Clinton (2-6) (Last Ranking #11) – Abby Decker is leading Port Clinton in scoring with 7.8 points a game while the Redskins continue to fight against tough opponents each and every game.  A very tough division may not yield wins, but experience and tough competition can only make Port Clinton stronger.  Port Clinton will host Lake on Wednesday and Edison on Saturday afternoon.


12.  Genoa (1-7) (Last Ranking #12) – Genoa gave Woodmore fits last week in a one point loss.  Now, the Comets will look to grab their second win of the season as they travel to Fostoria on January 2nd.  Caitlin Cruickshank is leading the team in scoring with 9.1 points a game while Tatum Neumann is right behind with 9.0 points a contest.


13.  Gibsonburg (1-6) (Last Ranking #13) – The Golden Bears played Danbury tough in their last appearance, but came up short by just three points.  Jasmine McNett continues to lead Gibsonburg in scoring with 9.7 points a game followed by Emily Roberts at 8.5 points a game.

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