Roundup: Aamodt pushes Northridge past Columbus School for Girls

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Hannah Aamodt made a pair of 3-pointers and also eight clutch free throws, finishing with 18 points Wednesday, leading the Northridge girls basketball team to a 40-31 victory against visiting Columbus School for Girls.

Darla Dorman recorded a 13-point, 16-rebound double-double, also making eight free throws, for the Vikings (3-14), who led 24-12 at halftime. Reese Callan added six points, three assists and three blocks.

Granville stays perfect

Top-ranked Granville continued its unbeaten season with a 60-13 victory at Utica in Licking County League play.

Ella Wigal led 10 scorers with 14 points for the Blue Aces (17-0, 10-0), who held Utica scoreless in the first quarter. Harper Annarino added nine points, Hanah Rogovin seven and Cate Schieber and Ella Hoover six apiece.

Abby Dickson hit a pair of 3-pointers and totaled eight points for Utica (3-13, 1-11).

Watkins wins at Lakewood

A 22-5 onslaught in the third quarter allowed Watkins Memorial to pull away from host Lakewood for a 65-36 victory in LCL play.

Alexia Gartner totaled 20 points for the Warriors (14-3, 9-0), who host Granville in the first of two Buckeye Division meetings on Monday. Kalleigh Rennie added 15 points and five steals and Alyssa Haynes and Cameryn Wheeler eight points apiece.

Grace Sturgell hit four 3-pointers and totaled 14 points for the Lancers (6-7, 4-5). Camryn Martindale added 10 points.

Heights edges Heath

Licking Heights (5-11, 3-9) overcame a 27-18 halftime deficit to force overtime and earn a 61-53 victory at Heath (3-12, 2-7) in LCL play.

Amya Thompson scored 18 points, 11 coming in overtime after a late tying layup in regulation, for the Hornets. Tori Diggs added 14, including a pair of 3-pointers, and Kasheenah Lovinsky 13 points and 13 rebounds.

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