T-R: High school girls basketball report for Dec. 21
Dec 21, 2013 10:37 PM
Daugherty has double-double in River View victory
RIVER VIEW 39, MEADOWBROOK 24 The Lady Black Bears used a strong first half to upend the Meadowbrook Colts and improve to 6-5 on the season.
Andi Daugherty had a huge game for the Black Bears, with 28 points and 15 rebounds.
Leading the way for Meadowbrook was Marissa Goodright with 12 points.
CARROLLTON 37, CANTON SOUTH 27 The Carrollton Warriors held off a rally from the Canton South Wildcats to claim a victory Saturday afternoon and improve to 6-1.
Carrollton controlled the game early, leading by as many as 22 points. However, Canton South outscored Carrollton 17-7 in the final frame, pulling to within eight points.
The Warriors were led by Ali Poole with 12 points and Savana Lowery with 10. Kamryn Tharp led Canton South with 13 points.
ZANESVILLE 56, DOVER 39 The second and third quarters were the undoing of the Lady Tornadoes, as Zanesville outscored them 33-17. The Tornadoes record is 3-6 as a result.
Moriah Monaco scored 23 points and grabbing 16 rebounds. Alexus Grimmett led Zanesville with a game-high 28 points.
CONOTTON VALLEY 44, MALVERN 19 The Lady Rockets (7-0) keep rolling — this time, with a convincing win over the Malvern Hornets.
Leading the way for Conotton Valley was Olivia Bower with 13 points. Piper Edie and Kylie Manbeck each chipped in seven. Hunter Martin paced the Hornets with six points.
TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHolic 53, NEWCOMERSTOWN 29 The Lady Saints captured their second victory of the season, this time over visiting Newcomerstown. TCC’s record is 2-7.
Gabrielle Fredericks and Rachel Sweet led TCC with 14 points. Fredericks was 10-of-15 from the line, and along with Jenna Tolloti, took down nine rebounds. Maggie Dominick pitched in 13 points.
Kalee Peach led the Lady Trojans with 14 points, including 4-of-5 from the free throw line.
ROSECRANS 89, CLAYMONT 34 Tiffany Sunderlin led the Lady Mustangs (3-5, 1-2) with 11 points.
Rosecrans was led by Khloe Johnson, who hit seven 3-pointers and one from the floor for 23 points. Molly Nash put up 20 points.
GARAWAY 63, RIDGEWOOD 38 Courtney Putt scored 24 points and went 2-of-2 from the line to help lead the Lady Pirates to a victory over the Generals at home.
Kendra Miller was 7-of-7 in foul shots and added 15 points to help lead Garaway to a 7-3 season record.
Emily McCoy and Amanda Lowry each scored 10 for the Generals.
HILAND 77, EAST CANTON 8 Thirteen players scored for Hiland, led by Regina Hochstetler with 14 and Megan Beachy with 12 (nine coming from behind the arc). Emily Yoder had seven points and Mackenzie Miller grabbed six rebounds.
The Hawks are 6-0 in the Inter-Valley Conference and 7-1 overall.
TUSKY VALLEY 58, CVCA 47 The Trojans improved to 5-3 with a hard- fought win over CVCA on Saturday. In the second and third quarters, the Trojans took control by outscoring CVCA 33-22.
Cori Morris led the Trojans with 27 points, nailing five 3-pointers. Teammate Sydney Gilland had 15 points and 10 rebounds.
INDIAN VALLEY 65, FAIRLESS 57 Indian Valley earned this victory in Fairless High School’s gym.
Paige Saho and Emily Barker led the Braves with 18 points; Sydney Kandray pitched in 12. Saho also grabbed seven rebounds.
Alley Leeman led Fairless with 16 points; Hannah Asplin contributed 13.
MARIETTA 37, NEW PHILADELPHIA 32 The New Philadelphia girls basketball team fell on the road against Marietta. Jaida Carter and Tori Moreland each scored 10 points for the Quakers. Carter also grabbed five boards.
New Philadelphia’s record is 4-4.
Lain Weppler led Marietta with 14 points and Starr Johnson took down six rebounds.
STRASBURG 45, SANDY VALLEY 32 The Strasburg girls took care of business, downing the Sandy Valley Cardinals in an Inter-Valley Conference game.
The Tigers had a balanced scoring attack, as Amanda King led the way with nine points, and Savanah Jones and Talena Starn contributed eight points a piece.
Sadie Bowling led the Cardinals with nine points and Chlesea Kollar added six. Strasburg scored 19 of their points from the charity stripe, compared to only 8 for the Cardinals.
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Edited: Dec 21, 2013 10:43 PM by Bob George