In area girls basketball action Monday night, Seneca improved to 8-2 overall and 4-1 in the Interstate Eight Conference by beating Sandwich by 24 points.
The lady Irish led 17-9 at the end of the first quarter and 30-13 at halftime before cruising to the Interstate Eight Conference win.
“We got off to a great start,” Seneca coach Barb Beck said. “Got a nice balance offensively and good ball movement to get some easy baskets.”
Nine different Seneca players scored in the game, led by 13 points from Mallory Misener and 12 points from Danielle Hauch.
In the frosh-soph game, Seneca won, 42-30, with Shawna Goins and Paige Hacker scoring nine points each.
Lexi Posing and Maranda Residori had eight points each in the loss while Breann Fisher (four points) had eight rebounds in the nonconference loss.
Alyson Wiemken had eight points and five rebounds while Libby Beyer and Savannah Baldauf had four points each in the loss.
Families of Faith 76,
Josiah Blan had 32 points and 12 rebounds to complete a double-double and Cody Blan added 18 points and 10 assists to also complete a double-double for FoFCA.
Brandon Cline had 16 points.
St. Bede 35
Nathaniel Halcomb had 12 points for the Redskins while Ben Larsen added seven points.
In the “B” game, St. Bede won, 36-32.
Delaney Stutzki and Larsen had 10 points each in the loss.
DeKalb won the “B” game, 33-25.
Coal City 43,
The Warriors were led by Kaleb Spreitzer’s 13 points while Carter Copes added 10 point.
Coal City 32
Coal City was led by Blake Harseim’s 12 points.