|Kritsch scores 31 points and grabs 17
rebounds to lead Westfall over Warriors
Tyler Kritsch scored nine of his game-high 31 points
in the first-quarter to help Westfall jump out to a
16-8 lead after one period of play. The Mustangs
then scored the first 10 points of the second period
and never really looked back on their way to a
In the win, Kritsch had a game-high 17 rebounds to
lead a balanced Westfall attack that had Bryant
Gibson adding 13 points, eight assists, four
rebounds, and four steals. Tyler Cobb scored 12
points and pulled down seven rebounds.Travis
Burleson chipped in 11 points while brother Tyler
scored nine points and dished out seven assists.
In the loss, Clay Roll played well. The SVC leading
scorer hit eight of his 11 shots from the field scoring
a team-high 21 points while recording five steals and
blocking two shots. Buddy Barnes added 12 points
for the Warriors.
|PIKETON POUNDS SHERMANS
Redstreaks improve to 17-2 overall
Jordan Brabson scored 11 of his game-high 23
points during a huge third-quarter to key a Piketon
run that put Unioto away on route to a 70-45 win.
Cody Smith added 17 points and Evan Legg
chipped in with 12 points.
For Unioto, sophomore guard Brick Davis scored
13 points and senior Alex Kimsey added to his
league leading average with 13 rebounds.
|HUNTINGTON, PV END SEASON WITH WIN
Corey Cottrill's 21 points and 11 rebounds helped
lift Huntington to a 61-52 win over Zane Trace to
wrap up the regular season. The two will play again
next Wednesday at Waverly in the first-round of
sectional tournament action.
In the win, Drew Trusty added 16 points and eight
rebounds while fellow senior Craig Magill scored
10 points and handed out seven assists.
In the loss, junior guard Gabe Haynes continued his
fine play with 18 of his team-high 20 points after
halftime. Kirk Maxwell added 14 points, while
senior D.J. Merriman scored nine points.
In other SVC action, Paint Valley used a big
second half to record a 47-24 win over
Southeastern. The Panthers actually led 9-8 at
halftime, but SE's 8-46 shooting and 24 turnovers
was too much to overcome as PV responded with
a 39-point second half to pick up the win. Senior
Josh Long led the Bearcats with 14 points while
classmate Mike Hamilton added nine points.
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