CELINA, Ohio — The Indians closed the regular season by sharing the ball.

Ten players scored at least a point for the Fort Recovery High School girls basketball team in its 52-25 victory against the Celina Bulldogs on Tuesday.

The Indians (14-6) raced out to an 18-5 lead after the first quarter, and kept the Bulldogs off the scoreboard in the second as they led 30-5 at halftime. Fort Recovery pushed the advantage to 39-17 at the end of the third quarter and continued to pull away in the final period.

Alli Vaughn led all players with 12 points, and Paige Fortkamp was second with nine points. Mara Pearson chipped in eight points, and Kierra Wendel put in seven points for the balanced Tribe attack.

Fort Recovery’s junior varsity team also won, 40-28. Elizabeth Alig, Kensey Gaerke and Faith Wendel all had eight points for the Indians.

Girls second

MUNCIE — Jay County’s gymnastics team took second on Monday in a three-team meet at Muncie Central.

Richmond scored 102.4 points to get the win. Jay County scored 76.125 for second and Muncie Central had 39.9 points for third.

Kenzie Ring scored 33 points to take second in the all-around competition. She was second on balance beam (8.625), third on floor exercise (8.525), fourth on uneven bars (7.45) and fifth on vault (8.4).

Macy Miller’s all-around score of 31.25 was fourth. She was third on vault (8.55), third on beam (8.35), fifth on floor (7.9) and fifth on bars (6.45).

Patriots win

Jay County Junior High School’s wrestling team moved to 11-0 on the season Tuesday with an 84-15 win against Winchester Driver.

Sylas Wenk (75 pounds), Griffin Byrum (90), Xander Torre (110), AJ Myers (175) and Alan Ortiz all won their respective matches by pin.

Grant Linville, Joaquin Johnson, Jaylen McClain and Landon Blowers each got pins in their exhibition matches.