SVC Boys Basketball = Round 2, Game 1
Big second half run lifts Huntsmen to road win at Southeastern
With Southeastern leading 26-25, the Panthers were holding the ball for the final shot of third quarter.
Huntington was able to force a turnover and on that extra possession it was Daniel Addy knocking down
a triple from the left corner to give the green and white a 28-26 advantage heading to the final quarter.
The final eight minutes was all Huntington. The Huntsmen outscored Southeastern 19-7 in the final frame
to secure a 47-33 victory.

Early in the game, Southeastern had the tempo in its favor. With the Panthers packed into the paint
defensively, the Huntsmen fell in love with the three ball in the first half. Huntington's inability to knock
down shots made it tough for the Huntsmen to apply any defensvie pressure, and as a result,
Southeastern owned a 17-15 halftime lead.

In the second half,  Huntington started to have some success getting it inside; however, Southeastern did
stretch  its lead to two possession before Huntington cut into the lead and recorded the before mentioned
big turnover to end the third period.

In the fourth, Huntington scored early and started to turn up the pressure. This led to many transition
baskets, and forced Southeastern to match-up. This allowed Huntington to really go to work in the paint
and put the Panthers away.

For Huntington, Corey Cottrill scored nine points and grabbed 15 rebounds while Drew Trusty scored
10 points and pulled down nine boards. Kyle Deal also scored 10 points and Derek Clark added eight
points. Another stat of importance to the winners was Clint Turner. In the first half, Turner scored five of
Huntington's 15 points, and his two perimeter shots were the only two shots to fall, which kept
Huntington from trailing by more than just one score.

Southeastern, who was without leading scorer Jordan Elam due to a toe injury, was led by Devin Willard
with 11 points. Sophomore Tyler Osborne scored 10 points and dished out five assists.
REDSTREAKS  ROLL
Just three days after Piketon recorded a big win over Westfall, the
Piketon Redstreaks were back at it again Friday night as they
dominated Zane Trace in a 75-49 win. The victory comes against a
Zane Trace team that is responsible for Piketon's only loss in 12 games.

In the win, Piketon's backcourt continued its great play. Cody Smith
scored 18 points and recorded seven rebounds. Sophomore point
guard Evan Legg scored 18 points as well. Jordan Brabson added 10
points in the win while Caleb Southworth scored nine points and
grabbed seven boards.
Fast start for Adena leads
to road win for the
Warriors
Clay Roll continued his fine
senior season Friday night with a
29 point effort to lift his Adena
team to a 68-55 win at Unioto.

Adena jumped out to a 16-4
first quarter and never really
looked back from that point.

One bright spot for the young
Shermans was the play of their
underclassmen. Junior Quentin
Detillion scored 18 points and
grabbed 10 boards while
sophomores Brick Davis and
Cody Strange added eight and
seven points, respectively. Alex
Kimsey also scored eight points
for Unioto.

Joining Roll in double-figures for
Adena was Buddy Barnes with
14 points and Zach Skaggs with
12 points. Roll's 29 points has
the senior star moving up the
1,000 point all-time list. Click
here to see his current rank.
Westfall at Paint Valley moved to Saturday night
Due to cold weather today, the Westfall at Paint Valley contest will
have to wait one more day. The reschedule makes for a full day of
basketball in Bainbridge. First the PV girls will host Huntington with JV
game scheduled for noon, and then, the boys will welcome Westfall
with triple-header tipping at 4:45 p.m.
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