Behind a single-game school record 40 points from guard Nathan Stubblefield, the Port Clinton Redskins broke a seven-game losing streak and defeated Fremont Ross, 75-59, in non-conference action on Saturday.
Stubblefield, who was 13-of-21 from the field, including 6-of-9 from beyond the arc, helped Port Clinton (4-7) take an 18-10 lead after the first quarter before pushing the advantage to 37-21 at halftime.
After the Little Giants (8-3) cut the deficit to 48-37 after three quarters, Stubblefield scored the first five points of the fourth quarter to help put the game out of reach.
In addition to Stubblefield’s 40 points, the ‘Skins got 14 points from Carter Rumball and nine from Cameron Rodriguez.
Ross got 15 points from Grant McConnell and 10 from Jack Gedeon.
Edison 41, Port Clinton 40
After rallying to take a late lead, Port Clinton fell to Edison, 41-40, on a last-second shot by Chargers guard Keegan Hall to fall in Sandusky Bay Conference action last weekend.
After Stefan Daniels scored inside to give the ‘Skins a 40-39 lead with 20 seconds to play, Hall scored inside with 10 seconds to play to give Edison the lead for good.
With the game tied at 25 at the half, the Chargers, behind 13 points from Chris Laughlin and 11 points from Robert Morton, outscored Port Clinton, 12-7, in the third quarter to take a 37-32 lead into the final period.
Carter Rumball led all scorers with 15 points, Daniels chipped in with eight points and Nathan Stubblefield scored six points.
The ‘Skins, who are now 1-6 in the SBC, host Oak Harbor on Friday and face Margaretta on the road on Saturday.