Ridgewood 67, Newcomerstown 57
Senior Kayla Tedricks double-double and all around hustle led the visiting Lady Generals picked up a 67-57 victory over the Lady Trojans in Inter-Valley Conference action Saturday evening.
Tedrick blistered the nets for 29 points and in doing so went over the 1,000 point mark for her stellar hoops career. She is the fourth Lady General in school history to accomplish the feat with her total now standing at 1,011.
She also pounded the boards for 15 rebounds while coming up with six steals and five assists.
Ridgewood (10-4, 7-2 IVC) jumped to an early 14-8 lead after the opening period which included nine points from Tedrick. The Lady Generals led 29-12 in the second quarter before Newcomerstowns Allie Hinton went on a 13-point tear to help close the gap to 35-29 by halftime.
The Lady Generals increased their lead to 50-41 by the end of three quarters. The Lady Trojans were down 52-43 at the seven minute mark before coming through with a 10-2 streak that closed the gap to 54-53 with 3:36 to play.
At the 1:14 mark and her team hanging to a 58-55 lead, Tedrick nailed a three-pointer that effectively put the game out of reach.
Newcomerstown (6-8, 3-6 IVC) was paced by junior Allie Hintons 22 points, including 15 in the second quarter. She had three treys and a 7-of-8 showing at the foul line. Senior Kori Conner was strong with a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds. Senior Taylor Postel added nine points and junior Kaydi Dodd finished with eight.
Also for the Lady Generals, Kelsey Miller added 19 points and nine rebounds while Laura Frazee scored nine points.
Ridgewood won the reserve game 45-3 behind 13 points from Amanda Lowery and 11 from Erica Olinger.
Ridgewood 14 21 15 17 67
Newcomerstown 8 21 12 16 - 57
Newcomerstown 57, Claymont 51
Spearheaded by junior Allie Hintons big night, the Lady Trojans picked up a 57-51 victory over the visiting Lady Mustangs in non-league action on Wednesday.
Hinton, pumped in a game-high 27 points for the Lady Trojans including a sizzling 14-of-18 performance from the foul line.
Newcomerstown grabbed an 11-9 lead after the opening quarter and extended its advantage to 26-18 by halftime. Hinton tallied nine points to lead the Orange and Black to a 15-9 scoring edge in the frame.
The Lady Trojans held on for the win with a strong 13-of-18 performance from the foul line in the fourth period with Hinton turning in a 7-of-8 effort and senior Kelsey McCune hitting on 4-of-4 attempts.
Senior Kori Conner racked up a solid double-double with 12 points and a team-high 13 rebounds and junior Lexi Montgomery chipped in with seven points.
Claymont (3-7) was led by the duo of Madison Stubbins and Jeanna Cottis who each finished with 13 points.
The Lady Mustangs won the reserve game 31-8.
Claymont 9 9 18 15 - 51
Newcomerstown 11 15 14 17 - 57
River View 32, Ridgewood 27
WARSAW The Lady Generals came up on the short end of a defensive battle as they fell to the Lady Bears in a non-conference game on Saturday.
River Views high scorer, Andi Daugherty, was held to five points but sophomore Sami Ringwalt came up with 11 and Peyton Still added 10 to help offset their stars low total.
The Lady Bears (8-5) led 6-2 after the first quarter as both teams combined for 15 turnovers. A 9-0 run put River View up 15-4 before Ridgewood closed the gap to 17-8 by halftime.
Ridgewood (9-4) came out strong in the third frame to make it a 17-14 game at the 4:41 mark of the quarter but River View pulled away and led 23-14 as the fourth quarter began.
The Orange and Black again came within three points at 27-23 but the Gold and Black made 5-of-6 free throws in the final minute to close out scoring and clinch the win.
Kayla Tedrick led the Lady Generals with 15 points. Laura Frazee scored 10 points to go with eight rebounds and three steals. Kelsey Miller led the team with nine rebounds.
River View won the reserve game 43-39. Amanda Lowery had 11 points for Ridgewood while Erica Olinger was right behind with 10.
Ridgewood 2 6 6 13 - 27
River View 6 11 6 9 - 32
Garaway 49, Newcomerstown 37
A fast start helped propel the visiting Lady Pirates past the Lady Trojans 49-37 in Inter-Valley Conference action last Saturday.
Led by Anya Miskos eight point explosion, Garaway raced to a 21- 9 advantage after the opening quarter.
Newcomerstown rallied for a 9-7 edge in the second stanza to pull within 28-18 by halftime. Sophomore Allie Hinton led the way with seven points in the frame, drilling a three-pointer and adding a perfect 4-for-4 effort at the foul line.
The Lady Trojans edged closer in the third quarter with a 9-6 advantage to narrow the margin to 34-27 entering the final period. But the Lady Pirates held on for the win with a 15-10 scoring edge.
Garaway (10-3, 5-3 IVC) was led by Courtney Putt with 13 points, including a trio of three-point makes while Misko finished with 12 points.
Hinton tallied 12 points to pace Newcomerstown (5-7, 3-5 IVC) while senior Kori Conner just missed double figures with nine and Kelsey McCune added eight markers. Junior Kaydi Dodd connected on a pair of three-pointers for six points.
No reserve game was played.
Garaway 21 7 6 15 - 49
Newcomerstown 9 9 9 10 - 37
CVCA 72, Indian Valley 51
CUYAHOGA FALLS The Lady Braves fell to the Lady Royals 72-51 last Saturday in a PAC-7 contest.
Indian Valley led 12-9 after the first quarter but CVCA came back to capture the second frame 19-13 to move out to a 28-25 halftime lead. The Lady Royals won the third and fourth quarters by scores of 17-10 and 27-16 respectively for the win.
Jessica Knisely led Indian Valley (1-12, 0-10 PAC) with 17 points while Emily Baker came through with 10. Holly Robinson led the team with nine rebounds and also scored eight points.
Ashley Tyna had 17 points for the Lady Royals.
No reserve game was played.
Indian Valley 12 13 10 16 - 51
CVCA 9 19 17 27 - 72
Ridgewood 43, Sandy Valley 25
WEST LAFAYETTE The Lady Generals came through with a 43-25 win over the Lady Cardinals last Saturday in IVC play.
Ridgewood led 13-6 after the first quarter and 23-16 after two periods. A 12-4 third quarter gave the hosts a 35-20 advantage headed into the final eight minutes. The Lady Generals captured the fourth quarter 8-5 for the final scored.
Kayla Tedrick led the Lady Generals (9-3, 6-2 IVC) with 16 points and seven rebounds while Kelsey Miller had a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds. Miller also had five steals.
Ali Hysong led Sandy Valley (1-10, 0-8 IVC) with 14 points.
Ridgewood won the reserve game, 41-17. Erica Olinger led the team with 12 points while Amanda Lowry scored 11.
Sandy Valley 6 10 4 5 - 25
Ridgewood 13 10 12 8 - 43