Piketon survives OT thriller against Adena
Redstreaks outscore Adena 20-6 in extra period
After 32 minutes of play, Piketon and Adena were tied at
62-62 and heading to overtime. A much smaller Adena team
was much improved on the boards compared to their
round-one loss to Piketon. A big key on the boards was the
ability to get Evan Legg in foul trouble. In the first meeting,
Legg was able to get to the paint and breakdown the Adena
defense making it impossible to deal with Piketon's size on
the glass. In Friday's thriller, Adena was able to contain
Piketon's fine guard play and that put them in a position to
steal one on the road; however, the extra period saw Buddy
Barnes foul out and Piketon take over. The Redstreaks
outscored Adena20-6 in the extra period to secure the win
and leave them two wins shy of an SVC title.

Jordan Brabson scored 18 of his team-high 23 points after
halftime and Keenan Brush added 22 points and 11
rebounds to lead Piketon. Cody Smith chipped in 14 points.

For Adena in the loss, Clay Roll scored a game-high 28
points. Zach Skaggs added 14 points while Barnes scored
11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.
Huntington beats Unioto
Magill scores 16 in win
Staying mathematically alive in a bid to
defend their Scioto Valley Conference
championship, the Huntington Huntsmen
used a big second half to blow past the
Unioto Shermans 46-33 Friday night in the
Huntington Hills.

The Huntsmen (9-7, 7-4 SVC) trail
first-place Piketon by two losses, and
would need a lot of help, but, at least
mathematically they are still in the hunt.

Craig Magill, playing with three fouls for
most of the second half, rallied Huntington
in the second half, helping erase a 20-14
deficit. Magill finished with 16 points.
Corey Cottrill added 10 and Kyle Deal six.

For Unioto (1-15, 1-11 SVC), Quentin
Detillion led with 12 points and eight
rebounds. Cody Strange scored nine
points and grabbed four rebounds.
WF wins big to keep pace with Piketon
Seven Westfall seniors played their final game in The Dome
Friday night and went out on the friendly side of the
scoreboard. Tyler Kritsch scored 16 points and grabbed
eight rebounds and Tyler Cobb added 15 points and nine
rebounds. Senior floor general Bryant Gibson scored 10
points, dished out 10 assists, and recorded four steals while
classmate Tyler Burleson scored 13 points.

Westfall now faces three straight tough road games with
Zane Trace, Huntington, and Adena - three games that
Westfall will probably have to have to share the title with

In the loss for SE, Devin Willard scored a game-high 20
points and pulled down a game-high 17 rebounds.
Zane Trace stays in race
with win over PV
Gabe Haynes scored 20 points and Kirk
Maxwell added 17 as ZT jumped out early
and never looked back. The Pioneers will
now need to win out - including a must win
against WF next week - and get help from
Southeastern or Unioto against Piketon to
grab a share of this year's title.
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