Lady Rockets win third straight

Lady Rockets win third straight

In what could be the defining game of the year for the Oak Harbor girls’ basketball team, the Rockets rallied from a 14-point deficit and defeated Margaretta in dramatic fashion, 49-45, last week to improve to 13-7 and 7-6 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.

Down 28-17 at halftime, the Rockets went on a furious rally as they employed a full-court press that gave the Polar Bears fits, causing a number of turnovers as Oak Harbor got back into the game. 


Andrea Cecil helped pace the Rockets with 15 points and Abbie Gezo chipped in with 14.

Margaretta point guard Kelsey Kromer led all scorers with 16 points and Kendra Gast added 12.


Oak Harbor 54, Eastwood 38

Oak Harbor was in control from the beginning, leading, 9-4, after the first quarter and 28-14 at halftime in its 54-38 defeat of Eastwood.

Abbie Gezo led all scorers with 16 points, Maria Boers had 12, including three 3-pointers, and Cecil also finished with 12.

Diana Bushman had 14 points for Eastwood.

Oak Harbor 52, Tiffin Columbian 29

The Rockets controlled this one throughout, jumping out to an early lead and taking a 32-17 advantage into the half. 

Maria Boers led all scorers with 16 points, Andrea Cecil chipped in with 15 and Abbie Gezo had 14.

Jocelyn Cole finished with 11 points for the Tornadoes.

Oak Harbor finishes up its regular-season slate with a road game against Lakota on Tuesday before coming home to host St. Mary CC on Senior Night on Thursday.

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