A banged up Tuscarawas Central Catholic girls basketball team had no luck against host Newcomerstown on Wednesday as the Lady Trojans picked up an easy 56-25 victory.

Central Catholic was without a few players, Newcomerstown coach Tripp Hisrich said. They were playing with only five girls and that definitely made a difference.

Newcomerstown senior Kori Conner enjoyed a big night, turning in a game-high 18 points and also hauling down 19 rebounds.

Junior Allie Hinton chalked up 14 points for Newcomerstown (8-9, 6-7 IVC), while senior Taylor Postel contributed eight points.

We came out and we executed like we wanted to, Hisrich said. We preach to the girls to play to our standard and no one elses. We were able to go up early and give a lot of kids playing time.

Its easy to come in against a beat up opponent and get unfocused, Hisrich said. We kept our focus and we got production from Conner and Hinton.

The Lady Saints (3-12, 2-10 IVC) got 16 points from Coral Contini.

No reserve game was played.

Ridgewood 45, Malvern 26

MALVERN The Lady Generals pushed out to a 14-4 first quarter lead and steam rolled their way to a 45-26 win over the Lady Hornets on Wednesday in an IVC contest. They extended their lead to 22-10 by halftime and 32-16 after three periods.

Kayla Tedrick came through with 14 points to lead the way for Ridgewood (12-5, 8-3 IVC) while Laura Frazee added 11. Kelsey Miller finished with seven point and nine rebounds.

Logan Smalley paced Malvern with 14 points.

Ridgewood 14 8 10 13 - 45

Malvern 4 6 6 10 - 26

Manchester 76, Indian Valley 46

GNADENHUTTEN The Lady Braves dropped a 76-46 decision to the undefeated Lady Panthers on Wednesday in PAC action.

Holly Robinson and Paige Saho scored nine points each to lead Indian Valley (2-15, 1-13 PAC). Saho also led both teams with 10 rebounds. Emily Baker added eight points.

Angela Durgala scored 17 points to lead Manchester (17-0, 12-0 PAC).

The Lady Panthers won the reserve game 44-32.

Manchester 14 18 24 20 - 76

Indian Valley 10 10 13 13 - 46

Newcomerstown 67, Malvern 45

A pair of strong middle quarters and a 27-point effort by Kori Conner propelled the host Lady Trojans to a 67-45 Inter-Valley Conference win over the Lady Hornets last Saturday.

Newcomerstown led 12-10 at the close of the first quarter. In the second period, the Lady Trojans opened up the game with a 17-8 scoring advantage to take a 29-18 lead at the half.

The Lady Trojans (7-9, 4-7 IVC) picked up following the intermission where they left off, outscoring their guests 22-9 to build an insurmountable 51-27 difference going to the final eight minutes. Malvern utilized the foul line in the final frame to outscore Newcomerstown 18-16 for the final.

Newcomerstown hit 23-of-62 field shots for 37 percent and added 14-of-26 from the foul line. Conner connected on 11 floor shots and was 5-of-9 from the line to amass her 27 points. Kelsey McCune followed with 14 points while Allie Hinton and Taylor Postel finished with 10 points each to round out four players in double figures.

Malvern (8-9, 4-8 IVC) shot 32 percent (16-of-50) from the floor and tacked on 11-of-18 from the bonus line. Kyra Wadsworth was the only Lady Hornet to score in double digits with 11 points.

The Lady Trojans outrebounded their visitors by a 36-30 count as Conner completed the double-double with 13 boards.

No reserve game was played.

Malvern 10 8 9 18 - 45

Newcomerstown 12 17 22 16 - 67

Ridgewood 72, Indian Valley 41

WEST LAFAYETTE The Lady Generals knocked off the Lady Braves 72-41 in non-conference action last Saturday.

While Kayla Tedrick led Ridgewood with 18 points, two Lady General players came through with double-doubles. Kelsey Miller nailed 17 points and 12 rebounds while Laura Frazee came through with 15 points and 10 caroms. Alaynee Wright contributed nine points.

Holly Robinson paced the Lady Braves with nine points. Brittani Garbrandt was right behind with eight points while Sydney Kandray tacked on seven.

Ridgewood (11-5) moved out to an 18-13 first quarter lead that they extended to 38-25 by halftime. The hosts bumped their lead to 19 points at 54-36 as the fourth quarter began. An 18-5 Lady General advantage in the final period closed out scoring.

The Lady Generals won the reserve game 51-27. Emily McCoy was on top for Ridgewood with 15 points while Amanda Lowery finished with 12.