Unioto passes early road test
with win in Frankfort
Arledge & Ray lead the way for the Tanks
Wippel and WF start SVC with win
Huntington & ZT win as well
Makenzie Wippel recorded her
second double-double - 11 points
and 10 rebounds - in as many games
to lead Westfall to a 44-41 victory
over visiting Paint Valley.
Sophomore Casie Zimmerman
joined Wippel in double-figures with
11 points.

The Bearcats led 34-25 after three
quarters of play before getting hit
hard with foul trouble, and Westfall
took advantage out scoring PV 19-7
in the final quarter to capture the
league win. The win makes WF 1-1
overall and they travel to Teays
Valley on Thursday. Paint Valley -
who was led by Erica Barker with
18 points - drops to 2-1 overall and
will head to Peebles on Saturday.

In other action, Zane Trace got 14
points and 12 rebounds from Jessica
Roepke as the Lady Pioneers start
their season with a 55-32 win over
Piketon. Huntington also starts its
season with a win. The green and
white defeated Southeastern 43-28.
Mackenzie Arledge
17 points, 12 rebounds
Shiann Ray
15 points
FRANKFORT - Unioto forced
14 first-half Adena turnovers to
build a 26-18 halftime advantage.
Adena did start the third quarter
well; however, another Unioto
spurt pushed the lead back to
double-digits and Unioto rolled
from there to a 48-36 road win.

Unioto's Mackenzie Arledge and
Shiann Ray combined for 32
points in the win. Adena did do a
nice job on Ray for most of night
holding her to just 7-of-21
shooting; however, Unioto's
overall guard play combined with
Arledge's solid performance in the
post proved to be too much for
the two-shade blue.

The win improves Unioto to 2-0
overall as they prepare to travel
to Vinton County on Saturday.

Unofficially for Adena, Megan
Davidson scored a team-high 15
points while Kelsey Bielanow
scored eight points and grabbed
eight boards. The loss drops the
Lady Warriors to 0-2 overall on
the young season. Adena will host
Leesburg on Saturday.
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