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Local Girls Basketball

Published: January 25, 2017 12:00 AM

Ridgewood 45, East Canton 34

CANTON -- Senior Audrey Tingle fired in 30 points on the strength of six 3-pointers, recorded 10 steals and snared eight rebounds to lead Ridgewood to an IVC win over visiting East Canton.

The teams were tied 13-13 after the opening quarter and 20-20 at halftime, before the Generals took a 32-28 lead into the final frame.

With the IVC road victory the Lady Generals are now 9-6 overall, and 6-3 in the IVC.

 

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Indian Valley 48, Triway 46

GNADENHUTTEN -- It was a nail-biter at Indian Valley High School Wednesday with the host Lady Braves out scoring the visiting Wooster Triway Lady Titans 16-14 in the final quarter to post a 48-46 Principals Athletic Conference victory.

The game was close throughout with Triway grabbing a 9-7 edge after the initial quarter and both teams score 11 the second round with the Lady Titans clinging to the two-point spread (20-18) going to the locker room at halftime.

Indian Valley knotted the score the third round with a 14-12 scoring advantage to send the teams to the final eight minutes deadlocked at 32. The Lady Braves then outlasted the Lady Titans by two in the final stanza to escape with the 48-46 win.

Indian Valley was 15-of-53 from the floor for 28.3 percent and added 15-of-24 from the foul line. Karissa Bardall led the winners with 13 points with Megan Baker following with 11. Kitanna Rakestraw and sister Kiare added six and five points, respectively.

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The Lady Braves had seven assists and eight steals with Baker dishing out two assists and Bardall accounting for five of the steals. Indian Valley was guilty of 15 turnovers.

Triway hit 17-of-44 floors shots for 38.6 percent and tacked on 10-of-14 from the bonus line. Tanner Wirth paced the Lady Titans with 17 points and Olivia Lang added 13, while Zoe Carmichael chipped in with seven points. The Lady Titans had just one assist and three steals with Wirth grabbing two of the steals. The visitors committed 21 miscues.

Indian Valley posted a 31-29 rebounding advantage led by Kiara Rakestraw with eight, while sister Kitanna followed with seven and Baker added six. Wirth and Lang each pulled down six boards to lead Triway.

 

Indian Valley 51, Manchester 47

GNADENHUTTEN -- Host Indian Valley High barely held on to take down Manchester High 51-47 in a Principal's Athletic Conference contest on Saturday afternoon.

Following a first quarter where the Lady Braves held a slim 10-9 advantage over the Lady Panthers, they were able to create some separation in the second quarter with a 20-16 scoring edge to carry a 30-25 lead into the halftime intermission.

Both teams put up 11 spots in the third round and Manchester out scored Indian Valley 11-10 in the final eight minutes but it was not enough to complete the comeback.

A trio of players reached double figures in scoring for the Lady Braves including Kitanna Rakestraw with 18 points followed by Megan Baker with 11 and Alisha Garabrant with 10 counters in the victory.

Samantha VanScoy led the way carried the scoring load for the Lady Panthers for a team-high 18 points while Tristan Zavodney tacked on 11 points in the loss.

 

Hiland 94, Newcomerstown 10

NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Host Newcomerstown High was routed by Inter-Valley Conference foe Hiland High by a final score of 94-10 in girls basketball action on Saturday afternoon.

The Lady Trojans got behind early being outscored 59-4 in the opening half and was unable to get back into the game.

The Lady Hawks had six players reach double-digits in the scoring column including Melesia Hostetler with a game-high 18 points followed by Morgan McMillan with 16, Kim Miller with 13, Tiffany Weaver with 12, Sara Keim with 11 and Kennedy Schlabaell added 10 counters.

Amaris Wells and Sierra McMullen led the Newcomerstown offense with three points each.

With the loss, the Lady Trojans fell to 1-14 on the season with a 1-8 spot in the IVC while the Lady Hawks remained perfect at 14-0 and 9-0 in the IVC.


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