CELINA, Ohio — The Indians won just twice in their first 14 games.

In their last six, they have four victories.

Fort Recovery High School’s girls basketball team continued its strong run against non-conference foes, defeating the Celina Bulldogs 36-28 Tuesday night.

The Indians have won four in a row against non-conference rivals, topping Franklin Monroe 40-34, Indian Lake 51-45, Troy Christian 50-25 and Celina.

FRHS (6-14) trailed by four after the opening quarter but outscored the Bulldogs in each of the final three quarters. It had 11 points apiece in the third and fourth en route to the win.

Cali Wendel’s 17 points led the way for the Indians, 15 of those coming in the second half. She hit three 3-pointers.

Karlie Niekamp added six points and Maddie Guggenbiller scored five.

The Indians close the regular season Thursday at New Knoxville. They will then play Coldwater in the opening round of the sectional tournament at 6 p.m. Feb. 15.

Freshman boys roll

CELINA, Ohio — The Fort Recovery freshman boys basketball team dominated the first three quarters and cruised to a 48-34 victory over the Celina Bulldogs.

The Indians led by four after the opening quarter and outscored Celina 16-6 in the second. A 15-8 advantage in the third period gave them a 23-points lead.

Alex Gaerke’s 10 points led the way for Fort Recovery. Douglas Bihn added eight points, and Colson Post and Dylan Klenke added seven points apiece.