|BASKETBALL RECAP FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 17th
|Westfall win keeps Mustangs
even with Piketon
|ZT earns 10th win
Pioneers own second all alone
|Double-double for Roepke in win
What started as a tight game for the first three quarters,
ended in a 45-33 victory for Zane Trace Saturday
afternoon in Frankfort.
The Lady Pioneers outscored the Lady Warriors 16-6 in
the final period to earn a win that gives them second-place
all alone in the SVC at 8-2.
A big stat in this game was the rebounding. Zane Trace
won the battle of the boards 36-17.
In the win for ZT, Jess Roepke recorded a double-double
with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Sierra Sigman added 10
points and Makinzee Tatman and Tasha Harrington
scored eight and seven points, respectively.
For Adena, Ashley Jordan was the only player in
double-figures. Jordan scored 14 points, grabbed seven
boards, and blocked two shots. Jordan is now just nine
points shy of 1,000 career points.
|UNIOTO REMAINS PERFECT WITH WIN AT SE
The Lady Shermans allowed only three first quarter points
and only nine before the break as they opened up a 43-9
advantage at the half. The second half was more of the
same as the purple and gold rolled to a 73-26 win to
improve to 13-0 overall on the season.
Sophomore Mackenzie Arledge scored 22 points to lead
the Lady Tanks in the win.
|Lady Redstreaks even up overall
record with win at Westfall
The Piketon Lady Redstreaks picked up a
59-45 road win Saturday afternoon at
Westfall. The win improves Piketon to 7-7
In the win, Holly Brabson scored 20 points
and Heather Burns added 13 points. Alex
Southworth also returned to the line-up after
missing some time with a foot injury and the
freshman scored 12 points.
Westfall, who held a lead early in third
quarter and still only trailed by five at the end
of the third period, got another big
performance from Makenzie Wippel. Wippel
scored 20 points, grabbed seven rebounds,
and dished out three assists. Jess Shannon
added 13 points and two assists while Jess
Brown chipped in nine points for the Lady
|Huntington wins low-scoring game at PV
The Lady Huntsmen improved to 7-3 in
SVC play with a 29-23 victory at Paint
Valley Saturday afternoon. SVCsportszone
is still trying to gather stats from this game
and will post them as soon as possible.
Westfall started fast Saturday night leading at
all stops 16-6, 37-14, 54-22, and eventually
the 31-point victory. Click here to see
tonight's leading scorers from both teams.