Garaway 75, Newcomerstown 15
NEWCOMERSTOWN --Host Newcomerstown High suffered a 75-15 rout to Inter-Valley Conference foe Garaway High on Monday evening.
The Lady Pirates (16-4) dominated the first half outscoring the Lady Trojans (1-20) 44-7 and never looked back to claim the conference victory.
A trio of scorers reached double digits in scoring for Garaway including Hailey Schott and Sydney Mullett with 18 points each while Maddie Sternen tacked on 12 points in the winning effort.
Pacing Newcomerstown's limited offense was Brittney Lowry and Jade Johnson with five points each.
Orrville 48, Indian Valley 28
ORRVILLE --A sluggish third quarter proved to be costly for visiting Indian Valley High as it dropped a 48-28 affair to Orrville High on Saturday afternoon.
The Lady Braves only trailed 23-15 at the halftime break, but were outscored 15-3 in the third round and could not make up for lost ground in the final eight minutes.
Both teams put up 10 spots in the fourth and Indian Valley dropped the contest.
It was Kitanna Rakestraw pacing the Lady Braves' offensive attack with nine points while Karissa Bardall added seven and Megan Baker tacked on six points in the losing effort.
Mariah Goodard led the way for the Lady Red Riders with a game-high 13 counters followed closely by Celeste Walters with a double-double performance including 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Malvern 74, Newcomerstown 19
NEWCOMERSTOWN --A tough season on the hardwood continued for Newcomerstown High on Saturday afternoon with a 74-19 setback to visiting Malvern in Inter-Valley Conference girls basketball action.
With the lopsided home court loss the Lady Trojans slipped to a dismal 1-21 record on the season.
The Lady Hornets wasted little time grabbing the upper hand with a 19-4 lead after the opening quarter.
Tara Tucci paced Malvern (18-4) with a game-high 23 point effort with Kelsie Haidet chipping in with 14 and McKenzie Haduit finishing with eight points.
Newcomerstown's limited offensive attack was led by senior Brittney Lowry with seven points and junior Amaris Wells with six markers.