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PDT Sports Report

The South Webster Jeeps opened their season with a 48-31 victory over Manchester in the Paint Valley Classic Saturday afternoon in Bainbridge.

Kacie Hall led all scorers in the contest with 14 points, which included two three-point baskets while Taylor Shonkwiler added 12 points and two three-point baskets of her own.

South Webster also got strong performances on the boards from Haley Potters and Hayley Giles. Potters collected 16 total rebounds on the afternoon while Giles added 7 offensive rebounds for the Jeeps.

The Jeeps’ next game will be Monday as Oak Hill will make the trek from Jackson to South Webster in what will be the SOC II opener for both squads.

Manchester — 12 2 8 9 — 31

South Webster — 17 8 5 18 — 48

Manchester — Adams 3-0-9, Johnson 3-0-7, Ridout 3-0-6, Burns 2-0-5, Casey 2-0-4, Totals 13-0-31.

South Webster — Hall 6-0-14, Shonkwiler 5-1-12, Giles 2-3-7, Potters 2-1-5, Blanton 2-1-3, Weakley 1-0-3, Sherman 1-0-2, Stamper 0-2-2, Totals 19-8-48.

3-Point Goals — Manchester 5 (Adams 3, Burns, Johnson), South Webster 5 (Hall 2, Shonkwiler 2, Weakley).

Records — South Webster 1-0, Manchester 0-1.

Valley 52, Lynchburg-Clay 37

Three double-digit scorers and quality play from the bench was the difference in Valley’s 52-37 season-opening win over Lynchburg-Clay at the Paint Valley Classic in Bainbridge.

Bethany Conley led the way for the Indians as she accumulated a double-double with 15 points to go along with 10 rebounds. Lexi Doddridge was next in line with 11 points, 4 assists and a three-point basket for Valley while Megan Duduit added 10 points and a bucket of her own from three-point territory.

In addition to Conley’s 10 boards, the Indians also got a helpful contribution on the glass from Taylor Skaggs, who added nine rebounds to go along with eight points. Valley also got an impressive floor game from Darby High, as she accumulated seven assists in the win.

The Mustangs were led by Hannah Binkley’s 13 points. Binkley would also hammer home three three-pointers, which accounted for all of Lynchburg-Clay’s made three-pointers on the day.

Valley will take on Northwest Monday at home in what will be the SOC II opener for both teams.

Lynchburg-Clay — 7 11 9 10 —37

Valley — 15 11 18 8 — 52

Lynchburg-Clay — H. Binkley 5-0-13, Rosselott 3-2-8, M. Binkley, 1-2-4, Creighton 2-0-4, Little 0-4-4, Fittro 1-0-2, Bailey 1-0-2, Totals 13-8-37.

Valley — Conley 6-3-15, Doddridge 5-0-11, Duduit 4-1-10, Skaggs 4-0-8, Conaway 2-0-4, High 1-1-3, Osborne 0-1-1, Totals 22-6-52.

3-Point Goals — Lynchburg-Clay 3 (H. Binkley 3), Valley 2 (Doddridge, Duduit).

Records — Valley 1-0, Lynchburg-Clay 0-1.

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

Athens 52, Minford 31

Peebles 49, Western 29

South Gallia 51, East 19

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