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Rosecrans 39 Zanesville 38
In the prelude to the boys' game looming, the Rosecrans-Zanesville girls provided enough excitement to last both fanbases until Friday night, and beyond. The Lady Devils took a 12-8 lead into the second quarter, but an 8-0 to start the second for the Lady Bishops gave them their first lead of the night, one they would not relinquish. It seemed every time Zanesville got close, Roscrans had an answer.
Down the stretch, the Lady Devils hit some key shots to pull within a posession, but the shot off the hands of Kailee Howe as time expired fell short. Zanesville suffers their third league loss in a row after a 13-0 start, while Rosecrans remains a perfect 9-0 in the ECOL, 11-3 overall. Kailee and Kenzie Howe both had 13 points in the loss for Zanesville. Rosecrans was paced by Alexis Kirkbride's 14 points, while Molly Nash chipped in 13.
River View 52 Meadowbrook 33
The Lady Bears take this league contest by a healthy margin. Andi Daugherty leading the way for River View with 21 points. The Lady bears remain second in the ECOL Grey division with a 7-2 league record.
Coshocton 40 Claymont 41 OT
Dover 65 Cambridge 39
The Lady Tornadoes move into a first place tie with Zanesville in the ECOL Scarlet division with the win. Both teams have a 6-3 record in the league, while Marietta is a half game behind in the loss column with a 6-2 record.
West Muskingum 53 Philo 44
West M bounces back from their first MVL loss with a win at the Power Plant. The Lady Electrics had chances to upend West for the second straight time, but couldn't get critical shots to fall. Philo trailed by just one at half, but West was too much down the stretch. Amy Graham was the only Lady Nado in double figures, with a game high 21 points. Layne Archer had 16 points in the loss for Philo, while Mallary Trout contributed 12 points.
Maysville 44 Morgan 35
Maysville continue their winning ways on the road against the Raiders. Karen Sidwell had a game high 15 points in the win, Morgan was paced in the loss by Tianna Allen's 12 points, and Darian Apperson's 10 points.
Sheridan 40 Crooksville 34
John Glenn 51 New Lexington 56 OT
New Lexington earns their first league victory tonight with a five point win at home against John Glenn. Sydney Wycinski had a game high 23 points for the Panthers, while Brittany Fraunfelter had a team high 17 for the Muskies.
Division III Basketball
Marietta 64 Muskingum 57
MUSK: Kyle Clinedinst - 15 points, 12 rebounds
MAR: Brian Crader - 2 points, 3 rebounds
Muskingum 80 Marietta 63
MUSK: Carissa Bosch - career high 23 points (6 threes)