Rumfield records 18 point, 20 rebound
night in Paint Valley's road win at SE
Paint Valley senior forward Tristan Rumfield
had a monster night in a 41-28 Paint Valley
road win over Southeastern. Rumfield scored
18 points, grabbed 20 rebounds, and
recorded three steals.

The Bearcats used pressure defense and
several trips to the charity stripe to outscore
the Lady Panthers 16-3 in the second
quarter.

Southeastern, who struggled in foul trouble
with Olivia Arledge, Catherine Dresbach,
and Sophie McCorkle, did make a
third-quarter run. The blue and white cut the
PV lead to as low as six, but the Bearcats
responded with a pair of buckets from Erica
Barker to stretch the lead back to
double-digits.

In the win, Rumfield was the only PV player
in double-figures. Barker and Abbie Walls
both added nine points.

In the loss, Southeastern got a nice
all-around performance from Arledge.
Despite playing less than 20 minutes due to
the before mentioned foul trouble, the
talented young center scored seven points,
grabbed nine rebounds, and recorded three
blocks. Catherine Dresbach led Southeastern
with nine points and she also recorded nine
rebounds.
Unioto wins big at Piketon
Lady Tanks halfway home to perfect season
Shiann Ray scored 18 points to lead Unioto to
another win. The victory pushes Unioto to 10-0, and
with several key non-league games and many difficult
road tests already behind them, many fans are starting
to talk perfection.

One of Unioto's biggest second-half challenges will
come this Saturday when they welcome Adena.  
After an 0-3 start - including a home loss to Unioto,
Lee Snyder's Adena Warriors are winners of seven
of their last eight. Their only loss was at Oak Hill.
Adena rolls at Westfall
League win streak for Adena now at six straigtht
Thursday night's 62-37 victory at Westfall marks
the sixth straight league win for Adena, and at 6-1
in league play, the Lady Warriors will head to
Unioto on Saturday looking to grab a share of the
league's top spot.

Ashley Jordan scored 17 points to lead Adena.
Brytan Givens added 11 points and Megan
Davidson scored 10 points.

For Westfall, Makenzie Wippel was the only
Mustang in double-figures. Wippel scored 16
points. Westfall was without Jess Shannon in this
game due to injuries suffered in a recent car
wreck. The status of Shannon for Saturday's game
at Paint Valley is still unknown.
Big second half leads ZT to win
over Huntington
Huntington was the owner of a 19-18 halftime
advantage Tuesday night at Zane Trace, but the Lady
Pioneers got things going after the break. The final
16-minutes saw ZT outscore Huntington 29-13 to
record a 47-32 victory.

In the win, Amanda Prickett scored a game-high 14
points while Sierra Sigman and Makinzee Tatman
each added eight points. Tasha Harrington scored six
points and recorded a team-high seven rebounds.

For Huntington, Mika Bowles scored eight points
and grabbed eight rebounds while Madison Vickers
also added eight points.
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