GNADENHUTTEN -- Indian Valley scored a 44-36 Principals Athletic Conference win over Triway on Monday.

The Braves had a slim 9-8 lead after one quarter but lost their edge as the Titans outscored them 13-8 in the second frame to take over at 21-17 by the break.

Indian Valley (3-6, 2-4 PAC) came storming back in the second half, capturing the third quarter 14-9 and the final eight minutes by a 13-6 count.

Kacy Bond racked up 12 points to lead the red and blue. Leanna McMillen contributed 10 points while Stacy Bond tacked on another seven. Morgan Henderson came through with six markers and Danielle Ridgeway had five.

The Braves made 17 of 46 (36 percent) from the floor and 8 of 12 (66 percent) at the line.

Michelle Ickes led the Titans with 15 points.

Triway won the reserve game, 44-17.

Indian Valley 44

K. Bond 4-2-12, S. Bond 2-3-7, Winkler 0-0-0, McMillen 5-0-10, Ridgeway 1-3-5, Henderson 3-0-6, Malterer 2-0-4. Totals: 17-8-44.

Triway 36

Ickes 5-1-15, Leighty 1-0-2, Inkrott 1-1-4, Sweeny 1-2-4, Findley 1-0-2, Grenert 4-1-9. Totals: 8-5-36.

Indian Valley 9 8 14 13 - 44

Triway 8 13 9 6 - 36

3-point goals: IV - K. Bond 2. T - Ickes 4; Inkrott 1.

Harrison Central beats Nc'town

A strong second half showing by the visiting Harrison Central blew open a fairly close game to give the Huskies a 47-32 non-conference win over Newcomerstown on Tuesday.

Harrison Central (6-1) jumped out to a 9-4 lead the opening quarter, but the Trojans responded the second round for a 10-9 scoring advantage to give the Huskies an 18-14 lead at halftime.

The Huskies began to take over the game with a 14-11 scoring advantage in the third frame and outscored the hosts 15-7 the final eight minutes for the 47-32 victory.

Sara Pelegreen led the Huskies with 10 points while Brooke Shultz and Heather May each tallied seven. Madison Richards chipped in six points.

Stephany Felton paced the Lady Trojans with 10 points, while Christy Felton added seven and Christy Fenton six. Stephany Felton also had five of Newcomerstown's 16 rebounds.

Newcomerstown (1-8) hit 13-of-30 floor shots and added 4-of-9 from the foul line.

The Huskies won the reserve game, 36-22.

Harrison Central 41

Thompson 1-0-2, Albaugh 1-0-2, Pelegreen 4-0-10, Horn 1-0-2, Harrison 1-2-4, Wright 3-1-7, Shultz 3-1-7, May 3-1-7, Richards 1-4-6. Totals: 18-9-47.

Newcomerstown 32

Gibson 1-0-2, S. Felton 4-1-10, Roberts 1-0-2, Fenton 2-2-6, Snyder 1-1-3, C. Felton 3-0-7 Conner 1-0-2. Totals: 13-4-32.

Harrison Central 9 9 14 15 - 47

Newcomerstown 4 10 11 87 - 32

3-point goals: N - S. Felton, C. Felton 1. H - Pelegreen 2.

Ridgewood beats Indian Valley

GNADENHUTTEN -- Ridgewood made up for a poor scoring third quarter by turning the tables on Indian Valley in the fourth period to post a 40-32 non-conference win on Saturday.

Leading 24-16 at halftime, the Generals (5-3) were outscored 12-3 in the third quarter to go down a point at 28-27. But the orange and black turned up the defense while getting the offense on track and posted a 13-4 advantage in the final eight minutes for the win.

Melinda McDorman paced the Generals with 11 points while Courtney Babcock was right behind with 10, including seven in the pivotal fourth quarter. Maggie Nagle contributed eight markers. Ridgewood, who committed only eight turnovers in the game, made 16 of 43 (37 percent) from the floor and was 8 of 14 (57 percent) at the line.

Morgan Henderson was top scorer for Indian Valley with 10 points. Danielle Ridgeway and Sarah Malterer each knocked down six points while made five. The Braves converted 15 of 26 (57 percent) from the field and were 2 of 5 (40 percent) at the charity stripe.

The Generals (4-4) won the reserve game, 28-27, as they were led by Ali Lusk's 10 points. Kallie Garbrandt scored 11 for Indian Valley.

Ridgewood 40

McDorman 5-1-11, Babcock 3-4-10, Vaiea 3-0-6, Tedrick 2-0-4, Nagle 3-2-8, Patterson 0-0-0, Emig 0-0-0, Powers 0-1-1, Moyer 0-0-0. Totals: 16-8-40.

Indian Valley 32

K. Bond 1-1-3, S. Bond 1-0-2, Winkler 2-1-5, Malterer 3-0-6, Henderson 5-0-10, Ridgeway 3-0-6, Garbrandt 0-0-0. Totals: 15-2-32.

Ridgewood 11 13 3 13 - 40

Indian Valley 8 8 12 4 - 32

3-point goals: None