Waterford, Ohio — So much for gracious hosts.
The Waterford girls basketball team hosted Wahama Monday night for a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking division contest. The Lady Wildcats held the Red and White scoreless in the first and fourth quarters en route to a convincing 82-8 victory.
The Lady Wildcats (3-1, 3-0 TVC Hocking) held a 25-0 after the opening stanza and increased their lead to 44-2 at the midway point. Wahama (0-3, 0-2) had its best period of the night in the third, scoring six points, but the Lady Wildcats posted 19 and led 63-8 heading into the finale. Waterford outscored the Lady Falcons 19-0 in the fourth quarter to seal the 82-8 triumph.
Senior Bunni Peters led the Lady Falcons with four points, while Olivia Hill and Faith Henry each scored two points.
Waterford’s scoring was led by Regan Porter with 22 points, followed by Dani Drayer with 15 and Lakin Tolson with 11. Taylor Hilverding and Randee Seevers each marked two points, Cassie Reed added six, while Sam Farley and Hannah Dailey each chipped in with four. Maddy Sury and Mariah Starkey each finished with two points in the triumph.
These teams will face off again on January 18, in Mason.