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BASKETBALL: Take a look at all of Saturday’s scores and statistics

SOSA Staff Report

ADENA 73, VALLEY 41

The Warriors (1-0) got off to a great start Saturday with a win over Lucasville Valley.

Leading Adena to the victory was Logan Bennett with 26 points and eight rebounds while Preston Sykes had 11 points, five boards and five assists. Cade McKee also helped out with 11 points while Dillon McDonald had 10 points.

The Warriors will be back in action on Dec. 9 at Chillicothe.

WAVERLY 63, WARREN 60

The Tigers (1-0) hung onto a late lead in their season opener before beating Warren by a 63-60 final, Saturday evening at the Piketon Tip-Off Classic.

Waverly’s Trey Robertson led the Tigers to a win with 20 points Saturday night.
CREDIT: Jenny Campbell/SOSA

Waverly was led in scoring by Trey Robertson with 20 points while Tanner Smallwood added 15 and nine rebounds. Gage Wheeler and Michael Goodman also helped out, totaling seven points each while Will Futhey had eight of his own.

BOX SCORE

Waverly: 13-16-12-22 — 63

Warren: 15-10-16-19 — 60

Waverly: 20 FG, 20-32 FT, 3 3pt. (Wheeler 1, Robertson 1, Goodman 1). Scoring: Robertson 20, Smallwood 15, Futhey 8, Wheeler 7, Goodman 7, Brown 6.

Warren: 24 FG, 4-11 FT, 8 3pt. (Taylor 3, Simoniette 3). Scoring: Simoniette 23, Chevalier 13, Taylor 9, Baumgard 6, Byrd 5, Colgrove 4.

NEW BOSTON 60, SOUTHEASTERN 42

The Tigers (1-0) started their year with a double-digit win over Southeastern, which was spearheaded by junior Kyle Sexton’s 26 points and 11 rebounds.

Following Sexton’s performance was Tanner Voiers, who had 13 points while Devon Jones had 12.

For Southeastern (0-1), Cameron Hall had 12 points while Aaron Gillum scored seven points.

BOX SCORE

Southeastern: 11-10-13-8 — 42

New Boston: 13-16-20-12 — 60

Southeastern: 17 FG, 5-9 FT, 3 3pt. (Hall 1, Gillum 1, Estep 1). Scoring: Hall 12, Gillum 7, Estep 6, Corcoran 6, George 4, Murta 3, Lenox 2, Wheeler 2.

New Boston: 24 FG, 7-10 FT, 5 3pt. (Sexton 2, Voiers 2). Scoring: Sexton 26, Voiers 13, Jones 12, Clark 4, Saunders 3, McKinley 2.

PIKETON 69, WHITEOAK 57

The Redstreaks (2-0) won their second straight game with a 12-point win over Whiteoak Saturday, capping off the Piketon Tip-Off Classic.

Leading the team to the win was Levi Gullion with 21 points while Brody Fuller and Chris Chandler each added 13 points. 

BOX SCORE

Whiteoak:  8-14-16-19 — 57

Piketon: 21-15-11-22 — 69

Whiteoak: 22 FG, 6-9 FT, 7 3pt. (Ashbaugh 3). Scoring: Ashbaugh 14, Barnett 11, Bailey 10, Emery 9, Miller 8, Yeager 5.

Piketon: 28 FG, 3-8 FT, 10 3pt. (Gullion 5). Scoring: Gullion 21, Fuller 13, Chandler 13, Harris 11, Potts 5, Swayne 4, Leedy 2.

WESTFALL 34, WASHINGTON 32

The Mustangs (2-0) picked up their second win over a Frontier Athletic Conference team in as many days with a two-point win over Washington. Connor Spohn gave the Mustangs the lead for the final time with a game-winning shot.

Westfall’s Lucas Blackburn had 10 points in Saturday’s win.
CREDIT: Derrick Webb/SOSA

Jay Wyman and Lucas Blackburn led Westfall in scoring with 10 points each while Spohn had five. For Washington (0-2), Trevor Rarick had 12 points while Tanner Lemaster had 11.

BOX SCORE

Westfall: 6-11-4-13 — 34

Washington: 8-5-5-14 — 32

Westfall: 10 FG, 5 FT, 6 3pt. (Wyman 2). Scoring: Wyman 10, Blackburn 10, Spohn 5, Shipley 3, Wolfe 3, Lemaster 3.

Washington: 11 FG, 5 FT, 5 3pt. (Lemaster 3). Scoring: Rarick 12, Lemaster 11, Lotz 4, Moats 2, Runk 2, Rogers-Wright 1.

CHILLICOTHE 80, CINCINNATI LOCKLAND 46

The Cavaliers (2-0) won their second game in the Zanesville Tip-Off Classic on Saturday, beating Cincinnati Lockland by a 34-point margin.

Chillicothe’s Brandon Noel scored 21 points while Jayvon Maughmer had 13. Tre Beard helped out with 10 points and Joel Barnes added seven.

After the win, Noel was selected as the team MVP of the tournament while Maughmer was named to the All-Tournament team.

BOX SCORE

Chillicothe: 16-21-24-19— 80

Chillicothe scoring: 31 FG, 12-15 FT, 6 3pt. (Beard 2). Scoring: Noel 21, Maughmer 13, Beard 10, Barnes 7, Roper 5, Duncan 5, Taylor 4, Crawford 4, Smith 4, Baker 3, Miller 2.

VINTON COUNTY 69, MIAMI TRACE 45

The Panthers (1-1) suffered a sizable non-conference loss to Vinton County on Saturday.

Miami Trace was led in scoring by Cameron Moore and Logan Rodgers with 11 points each while Trevor Barker had eight.

BOX SCORE

Miami Trace: 8-18-14-5 — 45

Vinton County: 14-14-12-29— 69

Miami Trace: 22 FG, 6 FT, 9 3pt. (Wyman 5). Scoring: Rodgers 11, Moore 11, Barker 8, Guthrie 7, Conn 4, Ceplinger 2, Bernard 2.

Vinton County: 23 FG, 16-21 FT, 7 3pt. (Damron 2, Stevens 2). Scoring: Arbaugh 18, Montgomery 18, Stevens 11, Damron 8, Radabaugh 4, Karr 3, Matteson 3, Hamon 2, Arthur 2.

OTHER SCORES: Clay 64, Northwest 50 … Green 69, Manchester 54

GIRLS BASKETBALL

SOUTHEASTERN 62, WEST UNION 34

The Panthers (2-0) continued a hot start to the season Saturday, cruising to a win over West Union.

Leading Southeastern to the win was Macie Graves, who had 23 points, seven rebounds and two assists. Cidney Huff also helped out, scoring 14 points and adding five rebounds while Skylar Hice totaled 10 points and seven boards.

BOX SCORE

Southeastern: 14-22-13-13 — 62

West Union: 10-7-8-9 — 34

Southeastern: 23-48 FG, 14-23 FT, 2-6 3pt. (Graves 1, Huff 1). Scoring: Graves 23, Huff 14, Hice 10, Mitten 4, McCown 4, Bailes 2, Wireman 2, Ruby 2, Scott 1.

West Union: 13-48 FG, 5-15 FT, 3-14 3pt. Scoring: N/A

PIKETON 52, WESTERN 34

The Redstreaks (3-0) stayed perfect on the year with a convincing win over Western in non-league action Saturday afternoon.

Piketon was led by Hayleigh Risner with 11 points and 12 rebounds while Bailey Vulgamore had 10 points. Jazz Lamerson also helped out, scoring nine points, and Ally Ritchie added eight points and seven rebounds.

Western (0-1) was led in scoring by Kenzie Ferneau, who accounted for 16 points.

BOX SCORE

Piketon: 13-17-10-12 — 52

Western: 4-10-11-9 — 34

Piketon: 23-48 FG, 14-23 FT, 2-6 3pt. (Graves 1, Huff 1). Scoring: Risner 11, Vulgamore 10, Lamerson 9, Ritchie 8, Johnson 6, Wagner 2, McNelly 2, Little 2, Jenkins 2.

Western: 13 FG, 6-10 FT, 2 3pt. (Rittenhouse 2). Scoring: Ferneau 16, Rittenhouse 12, Grooms 2, Tackett 2, Marhoover 2.

FAIRFIELD 58, SOUTH WEBSTER 51

The Jeeps (1-2) suffered a non-league loss Saturday, falling to Fairfield by a seven-point margin.

Bri Claxon led South Webster with 22 points while Faith Maloney had 12. Baylee Cox also helped out with eight points.

BOX SCORE

South Webster: 11-10-21-18 — 51

Fairfield: 18-12-19-9 — 58

South Webster: 18 FG, 9-15 FT, 4 3pt. (Claxon 2). Scoring: Claxon 22, Maloney 12, Cox 8, Hornikel 6, Shupert 3.

Fairfield: 23 FG, 8-14 FT, 4 3pt. (Fouch 3). Scoring: Bronner 19, Newkirk 11, Fouch 11, Haines 8, Magee 7, Tolle 2.

OTHER SCORES: Miami Trace 59, Jackson 31 … McClain 48, Washington 44 (OT)

About Derrick Webb

Derrick is SOSA's chief content coordinator and has worked for the Chillicothe Gazette, the Portsmouth Daily Times and Eleven Warriors. He's a 13-time award-winning journalist, a self-proclaimed baseball purist, a suffering Bengals fan and has never met a stranger.
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