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Eagles down Bobcats 73-32

February 1, 2014

PDT Sports Report


The Eastern Eagles beat the Green Bobcats Friday night 73-32 to secure their ninth win of the season.


Josh Thacker recorded a double-double for Eastern as he led all scorers with 24 points while collecting 12 rebounds. He also added three steals on the defensive side of the ball.


Trace Creech almost reached double-double status for the Eagles as he finished the contest with eight points and nine boards.


Trent Marcum and Brody Stormes led the way for Green as both players finished with nine points.


Eastern will be back in action Saturday as New Boston comes to town.


Green 6 13 7 6 — 32


Eastern 19 16 20 18 — 73


Green —Stormes 3-2-9, Marcum 4-0-9, Gaffney 2-1-6, Lewis 1-3-5, Johnson 0-1-1, Riley 0-2-2, Totals 10-9-32.


Eastern —Leist 1-0-2, Fultz 3-0-7, Fitch 3-1-9, Bobst 1-1-3, Hesson 4-2-10, Creech 4-0-8, Lykins 1-1-3, Thacker 9-3-24, Marti 2-1-5, Hale 1-0-2, Totals 29-8-73.


3-point field goals — Green 3 (Storms, Marcum, Gaffney); Eastern 6 (Thacker 3, Fitch 2, Fultz).


Records — Green N/A; Eastern 9-6 (7-2).


East 75, New Boston 41

Akia Brown had 13 of his game-high 21 points in the second quarter and East exploded for a 34-point second quarter to secure a 75-41 SOC I home win Friday over New Boston.

Jordan Siebert added 11 in the victory. Tyler Shonkwiler had 17 to pace the Tigers.

New Boston 14 9 12 6—41


East 16 34 15 10—75


New Boston – Poole 1-0-2, Steele 1-0-2, Payton 0-2-2, Slack 3-0-6, Shonkwiler 8-1-17, Gomez 4-0-8, Meade 1-2-4, Totals 18-5-41


East – Martin 3-1-7, Stiltner 4-0-9, Lowe 2-0-6, Siebert 4-0-11, Brown 9-2-21, Bolda 1-2-4, Toller 0-2-2, Gerald 4-0-8, Basham 2-3-7, Totals 29-10-75


3-Point Goals – New Boston none; East 7 (Siebert 3, Lowe 2, Brown, Stiltner)


Records – New Boston N/A; East 8-7 (5-5)


Northwest 50, Waverly 46

The Northwest Mohawks won their second game in as many days by beating the Waverly Tigers 50-46 Friday.

Marcus Potter led all scorers with 21 points while teammate Drew Scarberry finished with 20 in the Northwest victory. Scarberry also grabbed 15 rebounds, which gave him a double-double.

Pierce Kinsley led Waverly with 14 points while Aaron Heibel finished the contest with 11 points. Both players hit two 3-point field goals.

Northwest will remain home Saturday as Wheelersburg makes a visit to McDermott.

Waverly 8 16 9 11 — 46

Northwest 12 15 16 9 — 50

Waverly — Jo. Henderson 1-1-4, Gilbert 1-0-2, Rinehart 4-2-10, Knisley 6-0-14, Heffner 1-1-3, Heibel 2-5-11. Totals 15-9-46.

Northwest — LaJoye 2-0-5, Penix 1-0-3, Potter 7-4-21, Slack 0-1-1, Scarberry 6-7-20. Totals 16-12-50.

3-point field goals — Waverly 5 (Knisley 2, Heibel 2, Jo. Henderson); Northwest 6 (Potter 3, LaJoye, Penix, Scarberry).

Records — Waverly 7-9 (14-6); Northwest 5-11 (3-8)

Minford 52, West 38

The Minford Falcons beat the West Senators 52-38 Friday night.

Minford had three players score in double figures, led by Jared McCray’s 14 points. Cody Stapleton and Jared Alley finished with 12 points a piece for the Falcons. McCray also led Minford in rebounding with 10 rebounds, which gave him a double-double on the night.

Michael Hafer and Michael Davis led the charge for West. Hafer finished with 13 while Davis contributed 12 points in the losing effort.

Minford hits the road Saturday to take on Rock Hill.

West 9 12 12 5 — 38

Minford 10 17 11 14 — 52

West —Davis 5-0-12, Irwin 3-0-6, Bricker 2-1-5, Martin 1-0-2, Hafer 6-0-13. Totals 17-1-38.

Minford —McCray 6-2-14, Stapleton 5-0-12, Alley 5-2-12, Rowe 2-0-4, Kelley 3-0-6, Gullion 2-0-4. Totals 23-4-52.

3-point field goals — West 3 (Davis 2, Hafer); Minford 2 (Stapleton 2).

Records — West 7-10 (2-9); Minford 12-2 (8-1)

Peebles 69, Lynchburg-Clay 53

Peebles defeated Lynchburg-Clay 69-53 behind a career night from Cody Ireton who made a career high six 3-point field goals.

Ireton finished the game with 18 points while teammate Beau Justice scored a game high 33 points off of 13 made baskets. Justice also recorded 10 rebounds for the double-double. Scout Kemin also finished the contest with 10 rebounds for the Indians.

Lynchburg-Clay was led by Devin Pierson who scored 23 points.

Peebles will be back in action Saturday as the Indians travel to Paint Valley.

Lynchburg-Clay 11 12 15 15 — 53

Peebles 9 20 23 17 — 69

Lynchburg-Clay —Lanier 1-0-2, Waits 1-4-6, Dunfeth 1-0-3, R. Inman 7-0-15, Pierson 8-6-23, Arhman 1-0-2, C. Inman 1-0-2. Totals 20-10-53.

Peebles —Arrasmith 2-0-4, Justice 13-5-33, Schmitz 1-2-4, Ireton 6-0-18, Kremin 1-0-2, Johnson 3-2-8. Totals 26-9-69.

3-point field goals — Lynchburg-Clay 3 (Dunfeth 1, R. Inman 1, Pierson 1); Peebles 8 (Justice 2, Ireton 6).

Records — Lynchburg-Clay N/A, Peebles 13-2 (8-1).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

New Boston 57, East 27

Kiersten McGraw was one of three New Boston players to reach double-figures in a 57-27 SOC I win Friday night at East.


McGraw led all scorers with 16 points while Erin Johnson added 13 and Dakotah Zaph chipped in with a dozen. Shay Brown finished with 11 to lead the Tartans.


The Tigers travel Saturday to Piketon.


New Boston 15 11 17 14—57


East 2 8 12 5—27


New Boston – McGahan 4-0-9, Johnson 5-2-13, Waugh 3-1-7, Zaph 6-0-12, McGraw 6-3-16, Totals 24-6-57


East – Russell 1-0-3, Frautschy 1-0-2, Meadows 2-3-7, Dingess 2-0-4, Brown 3-5-11, Totals 9-8-27


3-Point Goals—New Boston 3 (McGahan, Johnson, McGraw); East 1 (Russell)


Records – New Boston 4-14 (3-10); East 0-19 (0-13).


The following scores were reported from various media outlets. Full statistics were unavailable at time of publication.


Oak Hill 50, Wheelersburg 41


Chillicothe Southeastern 67, Piketon 58