EDGERTON – For the second time in nine days, the Antwerp Lady Archers picked up a victory over Edgerton as the blue and white recorded a 50-30 win over the Bulldogs in Green Meadows Conference action Thursday night in Williams County.

After defeating Edgerton in the Route 49 Classic on December 28, the blue and white jumped out to a 17-5 lead at the end of one quarter on Thursday in cruising to the victory to improve to 6-5 overall and 1-1 in league play.

Edgerton falls to 0-2 in the conference while the Bulldogs are 1-10 in all games.

Hayleigh Jewell and Aewyn McMichael both scored 14 points to lead the way for Antwerp, which also got ten markers from Caroline Rohrs.

Other scorers for the blue and white were Emma Townley (eight), Lydia Krouse (two) and Katryna Fish (two).

The Bulldogs were paced by Alivia Farnham with nine points while Casey Everetts and Taylor Smith both chipped in seven markers.

Kennedy Stout also had four points for the Williams County squad while Charlotte Blalock added two and Ava Swank picked up one.

Antwerp will resume Green Meadows Conference play on Thursday as the Lady Archers welcome in Fairview. The blue and white then hosts Pettisville in a non-league battle on Saturday.

Edgerton will welcome in Paulding on Thursday for a GMC battle before the Bulldogs travel to Evergreen in non-conference action on Saturday.