- Gamers

GIRLS HOOPS: Take a look at Saturday’s scores and statistics

SOSA Staff Report

CHILLICOTHE 48, HILLSBORO 38

The Cavaliers (5-9, 5-1 FAC) earned a 10-point win in conference play to move into a tie for first place atop the league’s standings.

Chillicothe’s Shawnice Smith scored 19 points in Chillicothe’s 48-38 win on Saturday.
CREDIT: Derrick Webb/SOSA

Shawnice Smith paced the Cavaliers with 19 points while Jacey Harding had eight. Julia Hall also helped out, scoring seven points.

For Hillsboro (3-12, 0-6 FAC), Karleigh Hopkins had 12 points while Josie Hopkins had eight.

BOX SCORE

Hillsboro: 11-11-5-11 — 38

Chillicothe: 16-13-13-6  — 48

Hillsboro: 13 FG, 10-18 FT, 2 3pt. (C. Hopkins 1, Moberly 1). Scoring: K. Hopkins 12, J. Hopkins 8, Moberly 7, Bledsoe 5, Dean 4, Watson 2.

Chillicothe: 19 FG, 8-10 FT, 2 3pt. (Hall 2). Scoring: Smith 19, Harding 8, Hall 7, Ford 6, Fromm 4, Barnes 2, Erslan 2.

MIAMI TRACE 47, JACKSON 30

The Panthers (8-5, 5-1 FAC) stayed atop the league standings with a win at Jackson on Saturday.

Leading Miami Trace in scoring was Gracie Ferguson with 13 points while Margarah Bloom and Hillary Jacobs had nine points each.

Jackson (1-10, 1-5 FAC) was led by Bronwyn Nelson with 11 points while Katelyn Webb had 10.

BOX SCORE

Miami Trace: 8-9-14-16 — 47

Jackson: 8-0-10-12  — 30

Miami Trace: 20 FG, 2-4 FT, 5 3pt. (Bloom 3). Scoring: Ferguson 13, Bloom 9, Jacobs 9, Payton 7, Aleshire 6, McCoy 2, Eakins 1.

Jackson: 12 FG, 5-6 FT, 1 3pt. (Hall 1). Scoring: Nelson 11, Webb 10, Hall 5, Kennedy 2, Bako 2.

SOUTHEASTERN 58, FEDERAL HOCKING 47

The Panthers (11-3) earned a non-conference win on Saturday, beating Federal Hocking on the road by an 11-point margin.

Southeastern was led by Skylar Hice with 22 points and 13 rebounds while Cidney Huff had 14 points. Macie Graves followed with 10 points while Sierra Mitten finished with six points.

BOX SCORE

Hillsboro: 9-16-16-17 — 58

Federal Hocking: 7-13-17-10 — 47

Southeastern: 18-42 FG, 21-30 FT, 1-4 3pt. (Huff 1). Scoring: Hice 22, Huff 14, Graves 10, Mitten 6, Skeens 4, Bailes 2.

Federal Hocking: 16-50 FG, 6-8 FT, 9-28 3pt. Scoring: N/A

PAINT VALLEY 56, WESTERN 42

The Bearcats (3-11) got back in the win column on Saturday with a 14-point win over Western in Latham.

Hanna Uhrig led the team with 11 points while Baylee Uhrig had 10 of her own. Olivia Smith 

BOX SCORE

Paint Valley: 18-15-14-9 — 56

Western: 8-14-10-10 — 42

Paint Valley: 21 FG, 13-31 FT, 1 3pt. (Proehl 1). Scoring: H. Uhrig 11, B. Uhrig 10, Smith 9, Mustard 8, Stanforth 8, McFadden 5, Bowles 3, Campbell 2.

Western: 14 FG, 10-17 FT, 4 3pt. (Rittenhouse 2). Scoring: Ferneau 12, Beekman 10, Rittenhouse 6, Marhoover 6, Francis 5, Tackett 3.

ZANE TRACE 49, WHITEOAK 22

The Pioneers (2-10) picked up their second win this season, beating Whiteoak by a 27-point margin at home.

Hannah Kerr and Zane Trace earned their second win this season on Saturday.
CREDIT: Derrick Webb/SOSA

Lauren Lane led Zane Trace in scoring with 23 points while, including three 3-point field goals. Hannah Kerr followed with eight points and Gabie Hamm had six.

BOX SCORE

Whiteoak: 4-1-8-9 — 22

Zane Trace: 21-10-10-8  — 49

Whiteoak: 9 FG, 2-5 FT, 2 3pt. (Walker 1, Wand 1). Scoring: Walker 7, Wand 6, Bratton 3, Campbell 2, Jones 2, Hawkins 2.

Zane Trace: 19 FG, 8-22 FT, 3 3pt. (Lane 3). Scoring: Lane 23, Kerr 8, Hamm 6, Allen 5, McCullough 3, Crowe 2, Hill 2.

BOYD COUNTY (KY.) 60, MINFORD 31

The Falcons (6-7) suffered a loss to Boyd County (Ky.) in non-league action on Saturday.

Leading Minford in scoring was Hannah Tolle with eight points while Livi Shonkwiler and Maddie Slusher ended the day with six points.

BOX SCORE

Boyd County: 19-12-10-19 — 60

Minford: 13-6-8-4 — 31

Boyd County: 20 FG, 11-18 FT, 9 3pt. (Caldwell 3). Scoring: Caldwell 12, Poynter 11, Borders 10, Opell 8, Biggs 7, Rucker 4, Parsons 4, Curnutte 3, Stewart 1.

Minford: 12 FG, 6-15 FT, 1 3pt. (Tolle 1). Scoring: Tolle 8, Slusher 6, Shonkwiler 6, Makenzie Watters 5, Makayla Watters 4, Reffit 2.

WEST 38, IRONTON ST. JOE 32

The Senators (8-7) got back in the win column on Saturday, beating Ironton St. Joe by a six-point margin in non-league play.

Leading West statistically was Morgan Rigsby with 11 points while Charlie Jo Howard and Eden Cline had seven points.

Ironton St. Joe (5-7) was led by Faith Mahlmeister, who scored 11 points, while Bella Whaley finished with nine points.

BOX SCORE

Ironton St. Joe: 13-8-2-9 — 32

West: 9-10-7-12 — 38

Ironton St. Joe: 14 FG, 2-4 FT, 2 3pt. (E. Whaley 1, B. Whaley 1). Scoring: Mahlmeister 11, B. Whaley 9, E. Whaley 5, C. Sheridan 4, K. Sheridan 3.

West: 13 FG, 9-15 FT, 3 3pt. (Howard 1, Pack 1, Cline 1). Scoring: Rigsby 11, Howard 7, Cline 7, Coleman 5, Pack 3, Adkins 2, Sissel 2, Howell 1.

NORTHWEST 66, WEST UNION 42

The Mohawks (13-1) continued a hot streak with a 24-point win over West Union on Saturday.

Ava Jenkins and Northwest improved to 13-1 this season with a 66-42 win on Saturday.
CREDIT: Derrick Webb/SOSA

Haidyn Wamsley had 17 points for Northwest while Valerie Copas added 16. Keirah Potts also helped out, scoring 14 points.

BOX SCORE

West Union: 12-12-9-9 — 42

Northwest: 14-9-28-15 — 66

Northwest: 25 FG, 11-18 FT, 5 3pt. (Wamsley 3). Scoring: Wamsley 17, Copas 16, Potts 14, Knittel 9, Jenkins 6, Webb 2, Montgomery 2.

West Union: 15 FG, 9-16 FT, 3 3pt. (Weakley 1, Rowe 1, Shivener 1). Scoring: Rowe 11, Shivener 9, Taylor 8, Weakley 7, Purcell 4, Grooms 3.

EASTERN 53, CLAY 34

The Eagles (5-10) earned a non-conference win over Clay, Saturday.

Eastern was led by Abby Cochenour with 19 points while Andee Lester had 18 points.

Clay (2-13) was paced by Kat Cochran with 14 points while Shaley Munion had eight.

BOX SCORE

Eastern: 8-13-19-13 — 53

Clay: 12-3-9-10 — 34

Eastern: 23 FG, 4-6 FT, 3 3pt. (Greene 2). Scoring: Ab. Cochenour 19, Lester 18, Greene 6, Add. Cochenour 6, White 2, Helpenstein 2.

Clay: 11 FG, 5-10 FT, 7 3pt. (Cochran 3). Scoring: Cochran 14, Munion 8, Warnock 6, Bazler 3, Fowler 2, Gatti 1.

OTHER SCORES: South Point 43, New Boston 40 … McClain 42, Washington 41

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.
Read All Posts By Derrick Webb

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *