Weekend Scoreboard – January 10th and 11th


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Portsmouth fell at Ironton on Friday in an Ohio Valley Conference regular season game.

Portsmouth fell at Ironton on Friday in an Ohio Valley Conference regular season game.


Jacob Smith | Daily Times

Friday, January 10th
Ironton 62, Portsmouth 61
Oak Hill 58, Valley 43
West 55, South Webster 43
Wheelersburg 79, Eastern 60
Green 51, Notre Dame 45
Waverly 61, Northwest 42
Clay 56, East 26
Saturday, January 11th
Boys
Northwest 66, East 28
Ironton 56, Wheelersburg 47

Greenup County (Ky.) 77, Green 42

New Boston 68, South Point 63
Girls
South Point 43, New Boston 40
Northwest 66, West Union 42
Valley 56, Adena 55 (OT)
Boyd County (Ky.) 60, Minford 31
West 38, Ironton St. Joe 32
Eastern 53, Clay 34

Notes and scores from Jan. 10th and 11th games:

Friday, January 10th

Boys

Wheelersburg 79 (8-1, 6-1 SOC II), Eastern 60

Wheelersburg rebounded with a 19-point win over Eastern after suffering their first loss of the season earlier this week.

Wheelersburg scoring: Matthew Miller 14, Eli Swords 14, J.J. Truitt 12, Kenny Sanderlin 9, Carter McCorkle 8, Jonah Lawson 6, Gage Adkins 6, Aaron Jolly 5, Corey Maxie 3, Mason Montgomery 2

Eastern scoring: Hunter Cochenour 26, Brennan Slusher 8, Neil Leist 8, Chase Carter 7, Gabe McBee 5, Dillon Mattox 4, Drake Ferguson 2

West 55 (5-7, 3-4 SOC II), South Webster 43 (3-9, 1-6 SOC II)

Nick Davis scored a season-high 24 points as the West Senators earned their second-straight SOC II victory by 12-points over South Webster.

West scoring: Nick Davis 24, Luke Howard 10, Brennan Bauer 10, Dillyn Coe 5, Rodney Moore 4, Noah Coleman 2

South Webster scoring: Brady Blizzard 13, Brayden Bockway 9, Trae Zimmerman 9, Gabe Ruth 4, Andrew Smith 4, Cam Carpenter 2, Devyn Coriell 2

Oak Hill 58, Valley 43 (6-6, 4-3 SOC II)

Valley fell in SOC II play to Oak Hill by a 15-point margin.

Carter Nickel scored a career-high 14 points for the Indians in Friday’s loss.

Valley scoring: Carter Nickel 14, Kayden Mollette 11, Ty Perkins 8, Bryce Stuart 5, George Arnett 3, Mason Zaler 2

Oak Hill scoring: Luke Stewart 18, Drew Hanning 12, Landon Hines 9, Chase Hammond 7, Keaton Potter 6, Braylon Howell 4. Erik Kallner 2

Waverly 61, Northwest 42 (0-10, 0-7 SOC II)

Northwest dropped to 0-10 with a 19-point loss at Waverly.

Waverly scoring: Will Futhey 20, Trey Robertson 15, Zeke Brown 8, Mark Stulley 7, Tanner Smallwood 6, Michael Goodman 5

Northwest scoring: Billy Crabtree 12, Brayden Campbell 10, Brycen Carver 8, Brayden Borens 8, Nathan Rivers 4

Clay 56 (5-8, 4-3 SOC I), East 26 (0-11, 0-7 SOC I)

Clay snapped a four-game losing skid with a 56-24 win at East on Friday.

Clay scoring: Shaden Malone 13, Evan Woods 12, Jaden Jessee 9, Reece Whitley 8, Gage Moore 7, Dakota Dodds 3, Carson Porginski 2, Nate Penn 2

East scoring: Landehn Pernell 8, Austin Smith 7, Hagen Metzler 5, Kyle Winston 3, Troy Comer 2, Chase Coyle

Green 51 (6-6, 2-5 SOC I), Notre Dame 45 (4-6, 1-5 SOC I)

Three Bobcats scored in double figures as Green snapped a four-game SOC I losing streak to improve to 6-6 (2-5 SOC I).

Gage Sampson scored a team-high 19 points for Green in Friday’s win.

Jermaine Powell led the Titans with 20 points, four assists, and six rebounds while Jarren Edgington scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

Green scoring: Gage Sampson 19, Ethan Huffman 12, Levi Singleton 10, Alec Smith 6, Levi Sampson 4

Notre Dame scoring: Jermaine Powell 20, Jarren Edgington 10, Dominic Sparks 8, Dylan Seison 5, Caleb Nichols 2

Saturday, January 11th

Boys

Greenup County (Ky.) 77, Green 42 (6-7, 2-5 SOC I)

Green fell by a 35-point margin to Greenup County in day two of the first annual Mike Scott Classic hosted by the Musketeers.

Green scoring: Gage Sampson 23, Levi Sampson 6, Ethan Huffman 5, Levi Singleton 3, Trevor Darnell 2, Caden Brammer 2, Troy Otworth 1

Greenup County scoring: Rod Drydon 24, Brady Nelson 15, Brady Burchett 12, Zane Carter 9, Griffin Keeton 6, Zander Carter 4, F. Broyles 3, L. Bays 2, B. Gibson 2,

Girls

Northwest 66 (13-1, 8-1 SOC II), West Union 42

Northwest scored 43 points in the second half (28 in 3Q) to rally past West Union by a 24-point margin in Saturday’s non league game.

The Lady Mohawks improved to 13-1 with Saturday’s win over the Lady Dragons.

Northwest scoring: Haidyn Wamsley 17, Valerie Copas 16, Keirah Potts 14, Audrey Knittel 9, Ava Jenkins 6, Terah Webb 2, Kloe Montgomery 2

West Union scoring: Alexia Roe 11, Christian Shivener 9, Maddie Taylor 8, Audrey Weakley 7, Molly Purcell 4, Kendra Grooms 3

Valley 56 (4-9, 1-8 SOC II), Adena 55 (OT)

Valley’s Haley Whitt sunk a free-throw with one second left in Saturday’s win over Adena to improve the Lady Indians to 4-9.

Valley scoring: Caitlin Kennard 15, Bre Call 14, Karsyn Conaway 12, Brooklyn Buckle 11, Haley Whitt 4

Boyd County (Ky.) 60, Minford 31 (6-7, 4-4 SOC II)

Minford fell in non-league play to visiting Boyd County (Ky.) by a 29-point margin.

West 38 (8-7, 3-6 SOC II), Ironton St. Joe 32

West earned a road win over Ironton St. Joe to improve to 8-7 after dropping back-to-back games earlier this week.

West scoring: Morgan Rigsby 11, Charlie Jo Howard 7, Eden Cline 7, Haley Coleman 5, Abbi Pack 3, Abby Adkins 2, Emily Sissel, Maelynn Howell 1

Ironton St. Joe scoring: Faith Mahlmeister 11, Bella Whaley 9, Emma Whaley 5, Chloe Sheridan 4, Kaitlyn Sheridan 3

South Point 43, New Boston 40 (11-5, 8-1 SOC I)

New Boston fell to South Point in non-league play by a three-point margin.

New Boston scoring: Lexus Oiler 12, Kenzie Whitley 10, Taylen Hickman 8, Sammy Oiler 6, Shelby Easter 4

South Point scoring: Emilee Carey 15, Emilee Whitt 10, Diamond Crawley 7, Maddy Khounvalong 5, Kimrie Staley 4, Sarah Roach 2

Eastern 53, Clay 34 (2-13, 2-7 SOC I)

Clay fell at home to Eastern on Saturday in non-league play.

Clay scoring: Kat Cochran 14, Shaley Munion 8, Jaelyn Warnock 6, Megan Bazler 3, Kelsey Fowler 2, Sophia Gattia 1

Eastern scoring: Abby Cochenour 19, A. Lester 18, Mackenzie Greene 6, Addison Cochenour 6, Kelsey Helphenstine 2, Skyler White 2

Portsmouth fell at Ironton on Friday in an Ohio Valley Conference regular season game.
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