COSHOCTON Senior Kori Conner huge double-double of 24 points and 19 rebounds helped the Lady Trojans defeat the Lady Redskins 57-44 on Wednesday.

Coshocton picked up an early 20-17 lead at the end of the first quarter, thanks to eight points from Tanisha Means, while sophomore Allie Hinton put in nine points on three, three-pointers for the Lady Trojans.

Newcomerstown cut Coshoctons lead down to 31-30 at the intermission thanks to a 13-11 second quarter advantage. Hinton finished the first half with 12 points and Lexi Montgomery chalked up six for Newcomerstown.

Newcomerstown held Coshocton to just six points in the third stanza while scoring 12 to take a 42-37 lead heading to the final period.

The Lady Trojans defense held strong in the final period, holding the Lady Redskins to seven points. Conner put in six of Newcomerstowns 15 fourth quarter points.

Hinton finished with 16 points to lead Newcomerstown (3-6) while Kaydi Dodd chipped in with seven. The Lady Redskins were paced by Tanisha Means with 16 points.

Newcomerstown out-rebounded Coshocton 39-20.

The Lady Redskins won the reserve game 36-6.

Newcomerstown 17 13 12 15 - 57

Coshocton 20 11 6 7 - 44

Strasburg 47,

Ridgewood 41

STRASBURG The Lady Tigers powered their way past the Lady Generals on Wednesday 47-41 in IVC play.

After forging out to an early 14-10 first quarter lead, Ridgewood gave up an 8-2 run near the end of the second quarter that allowed Strasburg to tie the game at 20-20 by halftime. The Lady Tigers then used a 12-11 third quarter advantage to take a 32-31 lead as the fourth period began.

The Lady Tigers (8-1, 5-1 IVC) captured the final frame by a 15-10 count for the final.

Kayla Tedrick burned the nets for Ridgewood (7-3, 5-2 IVC) with a game-high 21 points. Kelsey Miller added 13 points and eight rebounds.

Leading the way for Strasburg (8-1, 5-1 IVC) was Ariel Jones with 11 points. Courtney Fondriest and Mackenzie Colombo each had eight.

Ridgewood won the reserve game 57-44.

Ridgewood 14 6 11 10 41

Strasburg 10 10 12 15 - 47

Fairless 56,

Indian Valley 53

GNADENHUTTEN The Lady Braves had a seven-point lead heading into the final quarter but couldnt hold on as they fell to the Lady Falcons 56-53 in PAC-7 action on Wednesday.

Indian Valley led 16-12 after the first quarter and 30-27 by halftime. A 12-8 advantage in the third quarter pushed the Braves lead to 42-35 at the end of three. But Fairless came back with a 23-11 fourth period that included a last second three-pointer by the Lady Falcons Maggie Rush to win the game.

Jessica Knisely led the Lady Braves (1-8, 0-7 PAC) with 14 points. Emily Baker scored nine points while Courtney Emler added seven. Paige Saho tacked on another six points. Holly Robinson led the team with eight rebounds to go with her five points.

Jamie Waltz had 18 points to pace Fairless (5-4, 4-3 PAC).

The Lady Falcons also won the reserve game.

Fairless 12 15 8 23 - 56

Indian Valley 16 14 12 11 - 53

Ridgewood 56,

Johnstown-Monroe 44

JOHNSTOWN The Lady Generals rolled over the Lady Johnnies last Thursday 56-44 in non-conference action over the holidays.

Ridgewood led 16-9 after the first quarter and 27-18 by halftime. The Orange and Black its lead to 38-24 after three periods. Johnstown-Monroe won the last quarter by a 20-18 count.

Kayla Tedrick paced the Lady Generals (7-2) with 20 points including 10 free throws.

Laura Frazee came through with16 points and seven rebounds while Kelsey Miller scored 11 points while also pulling down seven caroms.

Natalie Carpenter led Johnstown-Monroe (5-2) with 17 points.

Ridgewood 16 11 9 18 - 56

Johnstown-Monroe 9 9 6 20 - 44