Girls Basketball

Indian Valley 44, Newcomerstown 23

NEWCOMERSTOWN — Outscoring the host Newcomerstown Lady Trojans in each of the four quarters, the visiting Indian Valley Lady Braves posted a 44-23 Inter-Valley Conference win.

Indian Valley took the early lead 7-3 in the opening quarter and added to the margin the second frame with a 12-8 scoring edge. The Lady Braves then erupted for 17 points the third stanza, while limiting Newcomerstown to just nine points. The Lady Braves closed it out with a 8-3 scoring advantage the final eight minutes to provide the 44-23 final.

Brenlyn Rostad led the offensive charge for Indian Valley with 17 points with Ally Couts following with 11 counters. Karissa Dyer finished with seven points for the Lady Braves.

Maddie Fish and Amaris Wells tallied eight points each to pace the Lady Trojans with Taylor Lafferty chipping in with four points.

Buckeye Trail 75, Ridgewood 33

OLD WASHINGTON — Scoring in double figures each of the four quarters, the host Buckeye Trail Lady Warriors pulled away from the visiting Ridgewood Lady Generals for a 75-33 Inter-Valley Conference win.

Buckeye Trail jumped in front 14-8 the initial quarter and added a 19-12 difference the second round. The Lady Warriors out scored Ridgewood 21-9 the third stanza and erupted for a 21-4 edge the final eight minutes to provide the lopsided 75-33 final.

The Lady Warriors (8-2, 4-1 IVC) had four players in double digits led by Sam Canner with 17 points. Rylie Smith followed closely with 1, while Hannah Smith was close behind with 15 and Amber Colvin finished with 10 points. Ashleigh Wheeler just missed double figures with nine points while handing out nine assists and collecting six steals.

Kalie Rettos buried five three-pointers to lead Ridgewood in scoring with 20 points.

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Boys Basketball

Hiland 90, Newcomerstown 33

NEWCOMERSTOWN — Visiting Hiland dialed long distance making 16 three-points to hand the host Newcomerstown Trojans a 90-33 Inter-Valley Conference setback.

The Hawks wasted no time in setting the tone jumping out to a commanding 29-8 lead the opening quarter and continued the onslaught the second frame out scoring the Trojans 22-10 to take a 51-18 lead to the locker room at the break.

With a 22-7 scoring advantage the third stanza, the Hawks put the game out of reach with a commanding 73-25 lead and with a lot of younger players in the mix the final eight minutes, Hiland posted a 17-8 scoring edge to provide the 90-33 final.

Hiland, who has lost just one contest all year, hit 33 floor shots, including the 16 from beyond the arc and tacked on 8-of-13 from the foul line. Kobe Troyer paced the Hawks with 25 points, including seven treys. Scott Troyer followed with 16 points with Kendall Hochstetler adding 13 markers. Hunter Sommers chipped in with nine points adn Andy Miller added six as 12 players got in the scoring column for the visitors.

Newcomerstown connected on nine two pointers and four threes while adding 3-of-9 from the bonus line. Levi Kilpatrick led the Trojans in scoring with nine point and Ethan McIntire followed closely with eight. Chase Arnold and Alex Porcher added five points each.

Coshocton 56, Newcomerstown 26

COSHOCTON — Powered by Gavin Williams, the host Coshocton Redskins erupted for a 28-7 first half lead and never looked back in defeating the visiting Newcomerstown Trojans 56-26 in the Coshocton Invitational Tournament.

Williams scored 11 of the Redskins’ first half points and a game-high 20 points to pace Coshocton to the win.

Coshocton jumped out to a 15-4 lead the opening quarter and added a 13-3 edge the second round to build the 21-point halftime bulge. Following the break, the Redskins poured in 20 points the third frame while limiting Newcomerstown to just three to increase the lead to 48-10. The Trojans then out scored the host 16-8 the final eight minutes to provide the 56-26 final.

Newcomerstown (0-7) made 10 floor shots, half of them from beyond the arc, but added just 1-of-4 from the foul line. Alex Porcher canned three treys to pace the Trojans with 13 points. Evan McIntire followed with five points.

Coshocton connected on 21 field shots, four from three-point range, and added 10-of-17 from the charity stripe. Williams finished the night as high scorer with his 20 points. Logan Desender followed with 11 counters with Tyren Walker adding seven.

River View 65, Newcomerstown 34

COSHOCTON — In the second night of the Coshocton Holiday Classic, River View ran past the Newcomerstown Trojans for a 65-34 victory.

The Black Bears wasted no time in setting the tone jumping to a 23-8 lead the opening quarter and then followed with a 17-7 difference the second frame to take a commanding 40-15 lead to the locker room at the haltime intermission.

Following the break the action was much closer with River View posting a narrow 11-10 scoring edge the third round and then closing it out by out scoring the Trojans 14-9 the final eight minutes to provide the 65-34 final.

Newcomerstown (0-8) made good on 13 field goal attempts, including four from three-point range, and added 4-of-10 from the foul line. Levi Kilpatrick paced the Trojans with eight points followed closely by Chase Arnold with seven. Jacob Robinson added six counters, while Parker Norman and Cayden Wilken chipped in with five points each.

River View had 29 makes from the floor, also including four from beyond the arc, and tacked on 3-of-5 from the bonus line. Lucas Hustin paced the Bears with 18 points followed closely by Chase Whitehair with 17 markers. Jorn Hocter tacked on 10 points, while Keith Stewart, Brodie Williamson and Will Anderson added six points each.