|Late Piketon push falls short
Bowles scores 18 in Huntington win
The Lady Huntsmen got off to a fast start Thursday night, but the visiting Lady
Redstreaks refused to go away. Huntington built a double-digit lead two
different times in this SVC battle; however, Piketon closed the gap both times
- the second of which tied the game at 42-42 with 18.3 seconds remaining. On
the next possession, Huntington's Bridgette Neighbors was fouled in the act of
shooting a three-pointer. The Huntington guard went to the line and knocked
down two-out-of-three to give the green and white the 44-42 win.
The late Piketon spurt was sparked by Heather Burns. Burns scored seven of
her game-high 19 points in the final two-minutes of play to help erase the
Huntington lead. The Redstreaks, who played without their freshman
point-guard Alex Southworth due to a foot injury, also got a solid performance
from Holly Brabson. Brabson scored nine points, grabbed seven rebounds,
and recorded three steals.
In a game that had the SVC's top two scorers in Neighbors and Burns, it was
the game from Huntington's Mika Bowles that made the difference. Bowles hit
three triples on her way to a team-high 18 points. She also pulled down four
rebounds. Madison Vickers added 12 points and six rebounds for the winners.
Piketon did hold Neighbors to seven points, but Neighbors was able to deliver
with the game on the line.
|Unioto wins at Westfall; Lady Tanks improve to 12-0
Unioto forced 21 first-half Westfall turnovers to open up a 28-14 advantage
at the break. Westfall was within six after the first quarter; however, the
Lady Mustangs converted only four of their 13 first half free throw attempts
as Unioto started to pull away.
In the second half, Westfall was able to hang around for about three or four
minutes, but in the end, Unioto's balance started to take over. Freshman
Erin Bane led the Tanks with 15 points. Sophomores Janae Driggs and
Mackenzie Arledge both scored 13 points.
For Westfall, Dream Dutcher scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds
while Makenzie Wippel continued her solid year with a seven point, 10
rebound, and three assist performance.
|Zane Trace continues to roll with
big win over SE
|Big second-quarter run lifts
Adena to 10-point win over PV
A very balanced Zane Trace attack took control early
Thursday night and the Lady Pioneers never looked back.
Sierra Sigman scored 15 points, Jess Roepke scored 14
points and pulled down 11 boards, and Erin Dailey scored
eight points and grabbed 10 boards as the red, white, and
blue recorded win number nine. Makinzee Tatman had
another nice floor game with six points and six assists.
Southeastern was led by Olivia Arledge and Addison
Prater. Both Panthers scored eight points.
The two-shade blue used a 13-0 run
during the second period to turn an 11-11
game into a double-digit halftime
advantage. Brooke Snyder scored all
seven of her points during this run.
Adena was led by Ashley Jordan's 11
points. Kirsti Yates added seven points.
For PV, sophomore Dacia Posey scored
10 points. Tristan Rumfield pulled down
13 boards to go with her seven points,
and Erica Barker dished out seven assists
to go with her four points.