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Valley hits 13 3-pointers in victory over West

January 25, 2014

PDT Sports Report


Valley made a major statement in its first game inside the top 10 of the state AP poll as the Indians knocked down 13 3-pointers in a 91-57 victory over West on Homecoming night.


Chris Flowers led the way for Valley as he scored a season-high 33 points by hitting five treys. Bryan Rolfe added 17 points for the Indians, who improved to 15-2 on the season and 9-0 in SOC I play with the victory.


Steven Irwin and Michael Davis were the high men for the Senators as the pair scored 18 and 17 points, respectively.


Both teams will not take to the hardwood again until next Tuesday, as West hosts SOC II rival Northwest while Valley will travel to Oak Hill.


West 10 19 10 18 —57


Valley 26 17 25 23 — 91


West — Davis 7-1-17, Irwin 7-0-18, Bricker 2-3-8, Martin 1-0-3, Hafer 4-1-9, Patrick 0-2-2, Totals 21-7-57.


Valley — Baker 1-0-2, Clark-Holbrook 1-0-2, Flowers 13-2-33, Rolfe 7-0-17, Shope 1-0-3, Brown 2-2-8, West 2-4-9, Dunn 3-3-9, K. Miller 1-0-3, C. Miller 2-1-5, Totals 33-12-91.


3-Point Goals — West 8 (Irwin 4, Davis 2, Bricker, Martin); Valley 13 (Flowers 5, Rolfe 3, Brown 2, Shope, West, K. Miller)


Records — West 7-8 (2-7); Valley 15-2 (9-0).


Waverly 71, Oak Hill 54

Pierce Knisley used the bookend quarters to score all of his game-high 42 points as Waverly upset Oak Hill 71-54 in Friday night’s SOC II contest.

Knisley had all but two of his team’s 22 points in the first and finished with 22 in the fourth. Dennis Fleming paced the Oaks with 17 and Kyle Cox added 11.

Oak Hill 14 10 13 17 — 54


Waverly 22 11 11 27 — 71


Oak Hill — Harrison 4-3-11, Stiltner 1-4-6, Salyers 1-0-3, Cox 3-5-11, Fisher 2-2-6, Fleming 7-3-17, Totals 18-17-54.


Waverly — Jo. Henderson 3-0-7, Gilbert 0-1-1, Rinehart 2-1-6, Knisley 16-6-42, Ja. Henderson 2-0-5, Heffner 1-0-2, Harris 0-2-2, Heilbel 1-4-6, Totals 25-14-71.


3-Point Goals — Oak Hill 1 (Salyers); Waverly 7 (Knisley 4, Jo. Henderson, Rinehart, Ja. Henderson).


Records — Oak Hill 11-4 (6-3); Waverly 7-8 (4-5).


Wheelersburg 67, South Webster 54

Wheelersburg used a balanced scoring effort to defeat South Webster 67-54 in SOC II play Friday evening.

Jacob Spradlin led the Pirates with 19 points and Eddie and Dylan Miller combined to score 31 points on the evening, with Eddie scoring 16 and Dylan adding 15 of his own.

Levi Cook led all scorers with 30 points and accounted for at least half of the Jeeps’ points from the field and from the free throw line. It is the fourth game in which Cook has scored at least 29 points or more this season.

The Pirates’ next contest will come on Tuesday as they host Minford. South Webster, however, is scheduled to play tomorrow at 1 against Ohio Valley Christian in the Golden Rocket Classic at Wellston.

South Webster — Fuller 0-2-2, Cook 8-10-30, Zimmerman 4-0-9, Winters 1-2-4, Blevins 3-0-6, Queen 0-3-3, Totals 16-17-54.

Wheelersburg — E. Miller 6-3-15, Claxon 3-0-6, May 1-0-2, Widdig 4-0-9, Parsley 1-0-2, Spradlin 5-7-19, D. Miller 6-3-16, Totals 26-13-67.

3-Point Goals — South Webster 5 (Cook 4, Zimmerman); Wheelersburg 2 (Widdig, Spradlin)

Records — South Webster 4-11 (1-8); Wheelersburg 7-4 (5-4).

Minford 70, Northwest 54

A 24-9 third-quarter margin helped fuel Minford to victory Friday evening as the Falcons defeated SOC II foe Northwest 70-54 on Friday.

Kenton Gullion scored 18 to pace Minford, while Jared McCray, Brandon Rowe, and Trey Kelley added 16, 14, and 12 points, respectively.

Drew Scarberry led all scorers with 26 points and and Justin Miller put up 14 points of his own for the Mohawks. Scarberry and Miller also added eight and seven rebounds, respectively.

Both teams will hit the road on Tuesday as Northwest will play at West while the Falcons will travel to Wheelersburg in what will be a pair of SOC II schools.

Northwest 13 15 9 17 — 54

Minford 20 17 24 9 — 70

Northwest — LaJoye 0-1-1, Penix 1-0-2, Potter 1-0-3, Brown 2-0-5, Miller 5-4-14, Slack 1-1-3, Scarberry 9-4-26, Totals 19-10-54.

Minford — McCray 6-4-16, Stapleton 1-1-4, Alley 2-0-4, Rowe 6-2-14, Sheppherd 1-0-2, Kelley 5-1-12, Gullion 8-0-18, Totals 29-8-70.

3-Point Goals — Northwest 6 (Scarberry 4, Potter, Brown); Minford 4 (Gullion 2, Stapleton, Kelley).

Record — Minford 11-2 (8-1); Northwest 3-11 (1-8).

SOC I

Eastern 84, Symmes Valley 74

Ethan Leist’s 20 points, six rebounds and three assists was the most of five Eastern players to reach double figures in Eastern’s 84-74 SOC I win Friday at Symmes Valley.

Garret Fitch finished with 19 points, five rebounds and three assists, Josh Tacker chipped in wth 14 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, Trace Creech had 12 points and 10 rebounds while Ben Hesson added 11. Tyler Rowe led all scorers with 25 points, Kurt Adams had 17 and Jonathan Kouns ended the night wit 10 for the Vikings.

Eastern 21 27 12 22 — 84


Symmes Valley 13 15 19 27 — 74


Eastern — Leist 8-0-20, Fultz 3-0-8, Fitch 5-5-19, Hesson 5-1-11, Creech 5-2-12, Thacker 5-3-14, Totals 29-11-84.


Symmes Valley — Sells 1-0-2, Jarrell 4-0-9, Adams 7-0-17, Kouns 3-3-10, Ferguson 1-0-2, Klaiber 4-1-9, Rowe 9-7-25, Totals 29-11-74.


3-Point Goals — Eastern 11 (Leist 4, Fitch 4, Fultz 2, Thacker); Symmes Valley 5 (Adams 3, Jarrell, Kouns).


Records — Eastern 8-6 (6-2); Symmes Valley 9-5 (6-3).


SHAC

Leesburg Fairfield 82, Peebles 67

Despite a game-high 34 points from Beau Justice, Peebles dropped its first conference game in an 82-67 loss to Leesburg Fairfield.

Zach Arrasmith added 15 in the loss.

Peebles 12 13 17 25 — 67

Leesburg Fairfield 15 21 2323 — 82

Peebles — Arrrasmith 4-6-15, Justice 12-8-34, Schmitz 1-1-3, Ireton 1-2-4, Kremin 1-0-2, Johnson 3-3-9, Totals 22-20-67.

Fairfield — Bennett 2-0-4, Hildebrant 9-0-24, Bates 7-2-16, Montgomery 5-3-13, Leach 1-0-3, Huff 1-4-7, Wilson 5-5-15, Totals 30-14-82.

3-Point Goals — Peebles 3 (Justice 2, Arrasmith); Fairfield 8 (Hildebrant 6, Leach, Huff).

Records — Peebles 11-2 (5-1); Fairfield 7-5 (6-0).

The following scores were reported by various media outlets. Full statistics were unavailable at press time.


Piketon 65, Adena 64


Western 82, New Boston 60