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BASKETBALL: Take a look at Tuesday’s scores and statistics

SOSA Staff Report

BOYS BASKETBALL

ZANE TRACE 78, VINTON COUNTY 52

The Pioneers (4-0) earned a non-conference win over Vinton County, Tuesday on the road.

Colby Swain had 22 points and four rebounds while Cam Evans totaled 18 points and six assists. Nick Nesser also helped with 11 points and seven boards.

BOX SCORE

Zane Trace: 24-21-19-14 — 78

Vinton County: 13-9-13-17 — 52

Zane Trace: 30 FG, 9-14 FT, 9 3pt. (Johnson 3, Swain 3). Scoring: Swain 22, Evans 18, Nesser 11, B. Johnson 9, L. Johnson 5, Kempton 3, Robinson 3, Davidson 2, Larson 2, Nichols 2, Ramsey 1.

Vinton County: 18 FG, 11-21 FT, 5 3pt. (Damron 2, Arbaugh 2). Scoring: Arbaugh 10, Arthur 10, Montgomery 9, Hamon 6, Damron 6, Stevens 5, Radadbaugh 2, Karr 2, Peck 1, Davidson 1.

AMANDA-CLEARCREEK 64, WESTFALL 43

The Mustangs (2-2) fell to Pickaway County rival Amanda-Clearcreek in a non-conference battle Tuesday evening.

Lucas Blackburn led Westfall in scoring with 12 points while both Hayden Lemaster and Connor Spohn scored nine points each.

BOX SCORE

Westfall: 7-20-14-2 — 43

Amanda-Clearcreek: 20-9-16-19 — 64

Westfall: 17 FG, 4 FT, 4 3pt. (Lemaster 2). Scoring: Blackburn 12, Lemaster 9, Spohn 9, Shipley 6, Wyman 5, Weiss 4.

Amanda: 27 FG, 6 FT, 4 3pt. (Bolin 2, Miller 2). Scoring: Bolin 18, Miller 14, Madison 12, Connell 11, Stevens 7, Pugh 2.

JACKSON 72, MCCLAIN 38

The Ironmen (3-0, 2-0 FAC) had little trouble with McClain Tuesday in an FAC matchup.

Jackson was led by Caleb Wallis’ 19 points while Braxton Hammond added 14 points. Boston Kuhn also hit double-digit scoring figures with 11 points.

For McClain (2-3, 1-1 FAC), Bryson Badgley led the way with 18 points.

BOX SCORE

Jackson: 23-17-17-15 — 72

McClain: 9-4-13-12 — 38

Jackson: 31 FG, 0-6 FT, 10 3pt. (Wallis 3, Brown 3). Scoring: Wallis 19, Hammond 14, Kuhn 11, Brown 9, Donaldson 8, Ervin 6, Bragg 5.

McClain: 12 FG, 9-9 FT, 7 3pt. (Badgley 3). Scoring: Badgley 18, Closson 6, Bliss 5, White 4, Bergstrom 3, Wright 2.

CHILLICOTHE 68, MIAMI TRACE 38

The Cavaliers (5-0, 2-0 FAC) stayed perfect while crusiing to a 30-point win over Miami Trace (2-3, 0-2 FAC).

Brandon Noel led Chillicothe with 20 points and six rebounds while Jayvon Maughmer had 18 points and seven boards. Tre Beard also chipped in, finishing with 15 points, three assists and three steals.

BOX SCORE

Chillicothe: 14-7-31-16 — 68

Miami Trace: 9-9-10-10 — 38

Chillicothe: 25-49 FG, 12-14 FT, 6-14 3pt. (Beard 4). Scoring: Noel 20, Maughmer 18, Beard 15, Roper 6, Taylor 3, Duncan 2, Baker 2, Barnes 2.

Miami Trace: 15-34 FG, 5-10 FT, 3-12 3pt. Scoring: N/A

OAK HILL 55, MINFORD 49 (OT)

Four quarters of play wasn’t enough to decide a winner Tuesday night between Oak Hill and Minford in conference play. But the Oaks (3-0, 2-0 SOC II) outscored the Falcons 10-2 in the extra period to go home a winner.

Leading Oak Hill to the win was Keaton Potter with 21 points alongside five 3-point field goals. Chase Hammond followed with 15 points and Drew Hanning also had 15.

For Minford (2-1, 1-1 SOC II), Skyler Knore had 14 points and Adam Crank finished with 10.

BOX SCORE

Oak Hill: 8-6-13-20 (10) — 55

Minford: 10-8-13-16 (2) — 49

Oak Hill: 19 FG, 9-16 FT, 8 3pt. (Potter 5). Scoring: Potter 21, Hammond 15, Hanning 15, Hines 2, Donley 2.

Minford: 18 FG, 4-6 FT, 9 3pt. (Knore 4). Scoring: Knore 14, Crank 10, McCormick 9, Davis 8, Risner 5, Vogelsong 3.

WAVERLY 62, SOUTH WEBSTER 56

Trey Robertson enjoyed another big scoring night Tuesday, totaling 33 points for Waverly (3-1, 2-0 SOC II) in a comeback win over South Webster.

Following Roberston’s scoring total was Tanner Smallwood with 12 points and Will Futhey with 10.

The Tigers trailed 50-39 at the end of the third quarter before outscoring South Webster 23-6 in the fourth.

The Jeeps (1-3, 0-2 SOC II) were led by Braden Bockway with 18 points, followed by Trae Zimmerman with 17.

BOX SCORE

Waverly: 10-17-12-23 — 62

South Webster: 21-7-22-6 — 56

Waverly: 23 FG, 14-20 FT, 2 3pt. (Roberston 2). Scoring: Roberston 33, Smallwood 11, Futhey 10, Brown 4, Goodman 4.

South Webster: 21 FG, 6-8 FT, 8 3pt. (Bockway 4). Scoring: Bockway 18, Zimmerman 17, Smith 12, Coriell 7, Ruth 2.

NEW BOSTON 85, WEST UNION 61

The Tigers (3-0) stayed perfect with an impressive road win over West Union Tuesday.

Leading New Boston statistically in the victory was Kyle Sexton, who posted a triple-double with 19 points, 13 reboundsa and 14 assists. Tanner Voiers had 24 points and six rebounds, Chase Clark had finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds, and De’Von Jones had nine points and six rebounds.

NOTRE DAME 56, MANCHESTER 48

The Titans (1-2) picked up their first win this season in an eight-point decision over Manchester Tuesday.

Notre Dame was led by Jermaine Powell’s 19 points while Caleb Nichols added 15 to the team’s total. Jarren Edgington also helped out with 13.

OTHER SCORES: Hillsboro 53, Washington 42 … Eastern 44, Northwest 41 … Rose Hill (Ky.) 86, East 52

GIRLS BASKETBALL

NORTHWEST 50, WEST 33

The Mohawks (5-0, 4-0 SOC II) stayed perfect ahead of Thursday’s showdown with Wheelersburg with a 17-point win over West on Tuesday.

Leading Northwest to the win was Keirah Potts, who scored 12 points, while Haidyn Wamsley had 10 and both Ava Jenkins and Khloe Montgomery had eight.

For West (1-4, 0-3 SOC II), Morgan Risby scored 12 points while Charlie Jo Howard had 10.

BOX SCORE

Northwest: 19-11-15-13 — 50

West: 4-14-9-6 — 33

Northwest: 20 FG, 9-12 FT, 1 3pt. (Wamsley 1). Scoring: Potts 12, Wamsley 10, Jenkins 8, Montgomery 8, Lewis 6, Knittel 3, Copas 3.

West: 12 FG, 7-18 FT, 2 3pt. (Howard 2). Scoring: Risbgy 12, Howard 10, Cline 4, Howell 3, Adkins 2, Deaver 2.

UNIOTO 66, PIKETON 35

The Shermans (3-0, 1-0 SVC) started their conference schedule with a win over Piketon on Tuesday.

Leading Unioto statistically was Emily Coleman with 20 points while Cree Stulley and Amber Cottrill added 13 and 10, respectively.

For Piketon (3-2, 1-1 SVC), Jazz Lamerson led the way with 15 points.

BOX SCORE

Piketon: 11-7-7-10 — 35

Unioto: 13-21-10-22 — 66

Piketon: 14 FG, 6-14 FT, 1 3pt. (Little 1). Scoring: Lamerson 15, Little 5, Ritchie 4, Jenkins 4, McNelly 3, Vulgamore 2, Johnson 2.

Unioto: 26 FG, 9-12 FT, 5 3pt. (Coleman 3). Scoring: Coleman 20, Stulley 13, Cottrill 10, Av. Miller 9, J. Paul 6, Pinkerton 3, Al. Miller 3, K. Paul 2.

SOUTHEASTERN 61, PAINT VALLEY 48

The Panthers (4-2, 2-0 SVC) got back in the win column Tuesday with a 13-point decision over Paint Valley.

Leading Southeastern in the win was Macie Graves with 24 points and four rebounds while Skylar Hice posted a double-double with 15 points and 14 boards. Cidney Huff also helped out with nine points, four rebounds and three assists.

For Paint Valley (2-4, 1-1 SVC), Hanna Uhrig scored 18 points alongside four 3-point field goals while Averi McFadden had 11 points and eight rebounds. Olivia Smith also helped out with two points and six boards.

BOX SCORE

Southeastern: 12-15-20-14 — 61

Paint Valley: 14-11-12-11 — 48

Southeastern: 21-47 FG, 16-21 FT, 3-14 3pt. (Mitten 1, McGown 1, Graves 1). Scoring: Graves 24, Hice 15, Huff 9, Bailes 4, McGown 3, Mitten 3, Ruby 2, Wireman 1.

Paint Valley: 18-43 FG, 4-5 FT, 8-17 3pt. (H. Uhrig 4). Scoring: H. Uhrig 18, McFadden 11, Stanfoth 9, B. Uhrig 8, Smith 2.

WESTFALL 53, ZANE TRACE 38

The Mustangs (2-3, 1-1 SVC) won their second consecutive game Tuesday, beating Zane Trace by a 15-point margin.

Leading Westfall to the win was Gabby Patete with 20 points while Marcy Dudgeon had 18.

OTHER SCORES: Rose Hill (Ky.) 56, East 25

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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