BERLIN -- It was all host Hiland's show Wednesday as the perennial powerhouse Lady Hawks flew past the visiting Newcomertown Trojans by a 100-21 margin in Inter-Valley Conference action.
The hosts jumped in front 18-6 the initial quarter and never looked back, building the lead to 49-13 by the halftime break.
With a 34-5 scoring advantage the third round, the Lady Hawks built the deficit to a commanding 83-18 and coasted to the 100-21 final.
Newcomerstown (2-6, 1-5 IVC) managed just six field goals (6-of-23), three of them three-pointers by Allie Hinton who paced the Lady Trojans with 13 points.
Karlee Peach added five points and grabbed down five of the 13 rebounds. The Lady Trojans were guilty of 39 miscues.
Hiland had three players in double figures led by Regina Hochstetler with 19 points, including five treys.
Alex Troyer followed with 16 points and Jasmine Goings was the third double-digit scorer with 14 counters. Emily Yoder just missed double digits with nine points followed by Rachel Hien with eight, Sasha Goings with seven, while Sabrina Miller, Jenica Schrock and Lindsey Yoder chipped in with six points each as Hiland had 11 players reach the scoring column.
Indian Valley 38
WOOSTER -- Host Triway High rolled past the Indian Valley High Lady Braves, 59-38 in PAC-7 girls basketball action on Wednesday night.
Triway took control early by bolting to a 34-13 lead at the intermission and maintained control to pick up the win.
Courtney Cruise led Triway with 20 points with Emily Skeens chipping in with 18 markers.
Pacing the Lady Braves' offense was Katie Shamel with 13 points, while Emily Baker added eight and Sydney Kandray finished with seven points.
Tusky Catholic 14
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Ridgewood senior Kelsey Miller set a personal career high and a new school single game scoring mark with 37 points to lead the Lady Generals past visiting Tuscarawas Central Catholic by a 62-14 final score in Inter-Valley Conference action on Wednesday night.
Amanda Lowery added 13 points for RHS, who improved to 5-2 overall on the season and 4-1 in IVC play.
Gabby Fredricks paced the Lady Saints (0-7, 0-5 IVC) limited offense with seven points.