Saturday Hoops Wrapup

by Jed DeMuesy on January 8, 2012 at 12:23 pm

Girls Basketball

Coshocton 14 Zanesville 47

The female version of the Redskins-Devils wasn’t quite as hotly contested as the boys version a night ago. The Lady Devils having no problem disposing of Coshocton, improving their record to 11-0 on the season, 5-0 in the ECOL. The Lady Redskins managing just three field goals the entire game. Dani Weekley and Kailee Howe tied for the game high with 11 points each.

New Philadelphia 38 Rosecrans 49

The Lady Bishops exacting a bit of revenge for their male counterparts this afternoon at Rogge Gymnasium. Rosecrans remains perfect in ECOL play with an 11 point win over New Philly. Molly Nash totaled 16 points on her afternoon, while Kloie Johnson and Alexis Kirkbride chipped in 11 apiece as Rosecrans improves their overall record to 7-2.

Morgan 35 West Muskingum 45

West Muskingum adds another MVL victory to their totals with a ten point win over Morgan. The Tornadoes are now an unblemished 8-0 in league play. It was another group effort for Joey Mobley’s club: Dakota McKenzie leading the way with 15 points, Amy Graham had 14, while Erika Winland added 10 points. Morgan was paced in the loss by Darian Apperson and Baylee Smith, who both scored 10 points.

Tri-Valley 41 Maysville 61
M: Karen Sidwell- 21 pts; Madison Smith- 14pts
TV: Jordyn Hendershot- 15pts

River View 31 Dover 43

RV: Andi Daugherty 17 pts, 9 reb

John Glenn 46 Sheridan 55 2OT

The Lady Muskies had a chance to win at both the end of regulation and the first overtime but missed shots that extended the game. Sheridan brings their overall and league record back to .500, now 5-5 and 4-4, respectively. Sierra Cooper and Autumn Hall combining for 30 points for the Generals in the victory. John Glenn (4-7, 3-5) was led by hannah Gregory, who had 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Crooksville 58 Philo 57 OT

The Electrics had a chance to win the game in overtime, but a shot from Layne Archer just missed the mark allowing Crooksville to continue their big week after a victory over Maysville on Tuesday. The Lady Ceramics were paced by Taylor German, who had 20 points in the win. She was not the leading scorer, that distinction belonging to Philo’s Mallary Trout tonight. Trout scored 33 points in the loss.

 H.S. Boys Basketball:

Rosecrans 40 Pickerington Central 68

R: Aaron Parry- 14pts
P: Caris Levert- 23pts; Conner Kern- 11pts