PIKETON DEFEATS PAINT VALLEY
Big night for big three
TANKS DROP
HEARTBREAKER TO
CIRCLEVILLE
Logan Elm beats Zane Trace
Roll scores 22 to lead Adena over Miami Trace
Huntington falls to Western
The Circleville Tigers used a 17-7 fourth-
quarter surge to slip past the Unioto
Shermans 35-32 in non-conference boys
action on Tuesday.

Unioto (1-14) rallied from an 11-2 deficit,
outscoring Cirlceville (3-12) by a 12-1
margin in the second quarter to give the
Tanks a season's first – a halftime lead at
16-12.

Going to the final frame, the Shermans led
25-18.

Leading the comeback was David Cydrus
with seven of his 11 points down the
stretch. Teammate John Klinebriel finished
with 10 points.

For Unioto, Brick Davis led with 10 points.
Cody Strange scored a varsity career high
nine points, including one stretch where he
scored seven straight points for the Tanks.

Alex Kimsey and Quinten Detillion each
grabbed 11 rebounds in the loss. Kimsey
added six points and five blocked shots.

Unioto is set to resume SVC action Friday
night at Huntington.
Seven-point lead dissolves in fourth quarter
Zane Trace made only 22-percent of its shots Tuesday night
as the Pioneers fell to the second-ranked Logan Elm Braves
50-33 in non-conference play.

Kirk Maxwell scored 12 points for Zane Trace in the loss
and Rick Chamberlin added five points, 11 rebounds, and 2
blocks.
Clay Roll scored 22 points Tuesday evening to move into
44th place on the all-time list. Roll was joined by Zach
Skaggs and Buddy Barnes in double figures - 17 and 14
respectively - as the Warriors recorded a 70-52 victory.

In other non-conference action, Western went on the road
to Huntington and picked up a 54-50 victory.

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Piketon beat Paint Valley Tuesday night 69-55. Evan Legg (21), Cody Smith (19), and
Jordan Brabson (15) lifted the Redstreaks to the comfortable win. For Paint Valley,
two sophomores -  Logan Markko and Aaron Claytor -  had a breakout game scoring
18 and 17 respectively.

The win moves Piketon to a half game over Westfall. The Mustangs host Southeastern
Friday night while Piketon welcomes Adena.
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Evan Legg, Cody Smith, and Jordan Brabson combine for 55 points in win