Unioto, Huntington, & ZT advance
Saturday marked the end of the road
for the fine careers of Piketon's
Heather Burns and Adena's Ashley
Jordan. Click the icon below to see
where the final totals will rank them
in the history of the Scioto Valley
In game one at Lucasville Valley, Eastern Brown exploded on the offensive end for 47 points in the first
half to open up a 19-point advantage entering the break. Eastern rode the advantage to a 64-48 win.
Heather Burns scord 18 points in her final game for the Lady Redstreaks, while Alex Southworth added
11 points.

In the next game, Paint Valley had the No. 2 seeded Lady Green Devils of North Adams on the ropes,
but a huge run to start the final quarter lifted North Adams to the 51-37 victory. The run actually started
with .1 seconds remaining in the third-quarter. Paint Valley's Abbie Walls had just knocked down a triple
to tie the game at 29-29; however, two free throws from North Adams ending the quarter, and then,
North Adams scored the first 12 points of the fourth quarter to open up a 43-29 lead.

In her final game wearing the black and gold, Tristan Rumfield scored 15 points. Sophomores Dacia
Posey and Walls each added seven points.

Game three brought the fans the first upset of the postseason. Huntington got 20 points from Bridgette
Neighbors and 18 more from Madison Vickers as the green and white knocked off Adena, 46-38. The
Lady Warriors were led by senior Ashley Jordan with 14 points. The conference POY was the only
Adena player in double-figures.

In other action, Unioto improved to 22-0 as it captured the Division II crown over at Adena with a 48-40
win over Logan Elm. In Division III at Wellston, Zane Trace won the title with a win over Nelsonville
York of the Tri Valley Conference; however, TVC's Federal Hocking knocked Southeastern from the
tournament with a 60-27 win.