Claymont 62,

Indian Valley 42

UHRICHSVILLE A close game at half-time turned into a rout as the Lady Braves fell to the Lady Mustangs in non-conference action on Wednesday, 62-42.

Indian Valley trailed by just 10-8 after the first quarter and 27-24 by the half. Claymont used a 12-8 third quarter to pull away slightly, then blew out in the fourth period with a 23-10 run to put the game away.

The Lady Braves (1-1) go 12 points and seven steals from Courtney Emler. Holly Robinson came through with 11 points and six rebounds. Sophomore Emily Baker added eight points.

Julie Armstrong had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Claymont (1-0).

Indian Valley won the reserve game, 33-22, as Bailey Stull led her team with nine points.

Indian Valley 8 16 8 10 - 42

Claymont 10 17 12 23 - 62

Ridgewood 60,

Sandy Valley 22

MAGNOLIA Kayla Tedrick tore up the scoreboard as she rained down 30 points to lead the Lady Generals to a 60-22 thumping of the host Lady Cardinals on Wednesday in IVC action.

Tedrick knocked down 11 field goals, including a 3-pointer, along with a 7-of-10 performance from the foul line to come up with her total.

Ridgewood (1-0, 1-0 IVC) blew out to a 15-2 first quarter lead that stretched to 30-11 by halftime. Both teams carbon copied their point totals in the second half for the final score.

Also performing large for the Lady Generals was Kelsey Miller who racked up a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Laura Frazee kicked in seven points while Ali Lusk chipped in with six.

Ali Hysong led Sandy Valley (0-2, 0-1 IVC) with nine points.

Ridgewood 15 15 17 13 - 60

Sandy Valley 2 9 6 5 - 22

Garaway 58, Newcomerstown 20

SUGARCREEK Behind a 25-point offensive effort from Anya Misko, the Lady Pirates jumped out early and never looked back for a 58-20 IVC win over the Lady Trojans on Wednesday.

Misko poured in eight points in the opening quarter to spot the Lady Pirates to a 15-6 lead. In the second round Garaway used tough defense for a 16-3 run to secure a 31-9 halftime edge.

Following the break, it was again Misko with nine points to pace the Lady Pirates to a 12-4 scoring advantage and a 43-13 lead after three frames. Garaway (1-0, 1-0 IVC) came up with a 15-7 advantage in the fourth for the final score.

Newcomerstown (0-2, 0-1 IVC) connected on just three of 28 attempts from the field, but was a near-perfect 14-of-16 from the foul line. Allie Hinton paced the Lady Trojans with seven points while Kelsey McCune and Kori Conner each chipped in with four points.

Garaway was led by Misko and Swihart with 12 points apiece.

The Lady Pirates also won the reserve game.

Newcomerstown 6 3 4 7 - 20

Garaway 15 16 12 15 - 58

Indian Valley 62, Newcomerstown 43

The Lady Braves snapped a 42 game losing streak which included back-to-back winless seasons by coming through with a 62-43 opening season win over the Lady Trojans last Saturday.

Indian Valley bumped out to an 18-12 first quarter lead and stretched it to 35-20 by halftime. A 13-10 advantage in the third quarter put the Lady Braves up 48-30 as the fourth quarter began. The Lady Trojans won the final eight minutes 17-14 for the final score.

Holly Robinson led the 1-0 Lady Braves with a game-high 21 points, including seven field goals and seven free throws. Paige Saho came through with a strong double-double, including 12 points and 17 rebounds. Emily Baker contributed 11 points.

For Newcomerstown (0-1), it was Allie Hinton leading the charge on offense with 14 points while Kelsey McCune scored 12. Kori Connor added nine points.

Indian Valley coach Randy Emler said, This is huge for us. Weve still got a long way to go but its a step in the right direction.

The Lady Braves won the reserve game, 49-10.

Indian Valley 18 17 13 14 - 62

Newcomerstown 12 8 10 17 - 43