Wheelersburg 64 (11-1, 8-0 SOC II), South Webster 38 (5-7, 4-4 SOC II)
Wheelersburg continued their unbeaten start in SOC II play with a 64-38 win over South Webster.
Alaina Keeney scored a team-high 15 points for the Pirates, Ellie Kallner scored 14 points, Makenna Walker and Macee Eaton scored nine apiece, Kaylee Darnell scored eight, Brittani Wolfenbarker scored five, and Lani Iriwn and Lyndsay Heimbach scored two apiece.
Bri Claxon led the Jeeps in scoring with 20 points, Faith Maloney scored nine, Baylee Cox scored seven, and Allison Clarke scored two.
South Webster is at Valley on Thursday in SOC II play while Wheelersburg’s next game is Monday, January 13th versus Valley.
Waverly 57 (8-3, 4-3 SOC II), Valley 44 (3-8, 1-7 SOC II)
Valley fell in a road trip to Waverly on Monday by a 13-point margin.
Bre Call scored nine points to lead the Lady Indians while Karsyn Conaway scored eight, Brooklyn Buckle, Nichole Gilliland, and Caitlin Kennard scored six apiece, Savannah Easter scored four, McKenna Dunham scored three, and Haley Whitt scored two.
Waverly junior Zoiee Smith scored a game-high 22 points in Monday’s win over Valley.
Valley will host South Webster on Thursday in SOC II play.
Oak Hill 58 (7-5, 5-3 SOC II), West 27 (7-6, 3-5 SOC II)
West dropped a road decision to Oak Hill on Monday to snap their six-game winning streak.
Charlie Jo Howard led the Lady Senators in scoring with seven, Morgan Rigsby and Eden Cline scored five apiece, Maelynn Howell scored four, and Abby Adkins and Emily Sissel scored three apiece.
Caitlyn Brisker led the Lady Oaks in scoring with a game-high 23 points.
West will host Waverly on Thursday while Oak Hill travels to Northwest.
Coal Grove 55, Portsmouth 35 (5-8, 1-6 OVC)
Portsmouth fell in their first game of the New Year in a home OVC loss to Coal Grove on Monday.
Hannah Hughes scored a team-high 21 in the loss, Jaiden Rickett scored six, Nia Trinadad scored five, Skilyn Robinson scored two, and Bre Wilson scored one.
Portsmouth will host South Point on Thursday to begin the back-half of their OVC schedule.
Notre Dame 71 (11-0, 8-0), Western 38 (2-10, 2-6 SOC I)
Notre Dame continued their perfect start to the season with a 33-point home win over Western in SOC I play.
Ava Hassel scored a game-high 21 points, Taylor Schmidt scored 11, Isabel Cassidy scored eight, Annie Dettwiller and Chloe Delabar scored seven apiece, Cassie Schaefer scored six, Olivia Smith and Claire Dettwiller scored three apiece, Ashley Holtgrewe and Lauren Campbell scored two apiece, and Kamryn Bradford score one.
Notre Dame travels to Clay on Thursday in search of its’ 12th win in as many tries.
New Boston 69 (10-4, 7-1 SOC I), Symmes Valley 42 (3-10, 2-6 SOC I)
New Boston earned their 10th win of the season with a 69-42 decision over Symmes Valley on Monday.
Lexus Oiler scored a game-high 22 points, Sammy Oiler scored 16, Shelby Easter scored a season-high 13 points, Kenzie Whitley scored nine, Dylan O’Rourke scored four, Cadence Williams scored three, and Taylen Hickman scored two.
New Boston will travel to East on Thursday in SOC I play.
Green 59 (8-4, 6-2 SOC I), Clay 47 (2-11, 2-6 SOC I)
Green held off Clay in an SOC I girls contest by a 12-pont margin.
Green sophomore Kasey Kimbler led all scorers with a game-high 23 points followed by junior Kame Sweeney’s 16 points. Anna Knapp scored nine, Lori Brown scored three, Brelan Baldridge, Alex Smith, and Kimberly Brown scored two apiece, and Charli Blevins and Kaylee Christian scored one apiece in Monday’s win.
Shaley Munion led the Panthers with a team-high 18 points, Megan Bazler scored a season-high 10 points, Kat Cochran scored seven, Tabby Whitt scored six, Jaelyn Warnock scored four, and Sophia Gatti scored two.
Green travels to Rose Hill Christian (Ky.) on Tuesday in non-league play while Clay prepares to host Notre Dame in SOC I play.
Ironton St. Joseph 45 (7-5, 5-3 SOC I), East 31 (0-12, 0-8 SOC I)
East fell in SOC I play to Ironton St. Joe on Monday by a 14-point margin.
Kacie Conley led the Lady Tartans in scoring with 13 points, Peyton Johnson and Felicia Smith scored five apiece, Grace Smith and Mia Caldwell scored three apiece, and Shayla Rosenogle scored two.
East will host New Boston on Thursday in SOC I play.
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