WEST LAFAYETTE The Generals pitched a shutout in the third quarter en route to a 42-30 win over the Saints in an IVC game on Friday.

Ridgewood (13-5, 8-3 IVC) started out with a 10-7 first quarter lead and bumped it to 18-11 by halftime. A 10-0 third quarter put the Generals firmly in command at 28-11 as the fourth quarter began. A 19-14 edge for the Saints closed the gap to its final total.

Tanner Stoffer led the Generals with 17 points while C.J. Grove scored 10. Zac Keesee added seven pints.

Erich Keitz had eight points to lead Central Catholic (8-11, 5-8 IVC).

Central Catholic 7 4 0 19 - 30

Ridgewood 10 8 10 14 - 42

Hiland 59,

Newcomerstown 32

BERLIN The Trojans fell to the Hawks, who are the Division IV number one team, by a 59-32 count on Friday in an Inter-Valley Conference match-up.

Hiland led from start to finish with a 13-4 first quarter advantage that ballooned to 30-8 by halftime. A 17-7 third quarter put the Hawks up 47-15 with the final eight minutes going to the Trojans with a 15-12 total.

Chris Poe led Newcomerstown (3-15, 0-13 IVC) with 13 points. Hunter Snearey added nine points, including two three pointers, while Austin King added four tallies.

Kaufman paced the Hawks (17-0, 12-0 IVC) with 20 points.

Hiland won the reserve game 53-35.

Newcomerstown 4 4 7 15 - 12

Hiland 13 17 17 12 - 59

Timken 82,

Indian Valley 73 OT

GNADENHUTTEN The Braves gave the Trojans, who are undefeated in the PAC-7, everything they could handle Friday but fell short, 82-73.

Timken came on strong in the fourth quarter to tie the Braves and then won it in overtime.

Both teams played to an 18-18 first quarter stand-off before Indian Valley scored a 20-18 advantage in the second to lead 38-36 at halftime. A 24-20 showing in the third quarter increased the Braves lead to 62-56 as the fourth period began.

Both teams went into scoring slumps in the final eight minutes but the Trojans did enough to tie the game, outscoring the Braves 11-5 during that time frame. It overtime, it was all Timken as they closed out the game with a 15-6 run.

Brett Cox scored 23 points to lead Indian Valley (4-14, 3-9 PAC). Shawn Mills followed with 12 points, Jamie MacAdam scored nine points and Ian Kandray added eight. Brady Byers led the team with 11 rebounds.

Damir House led Timken (14-3, 12-0 PAC) with 23 points and 11 rebounds. It was the Trojans 66th straight league win.

The Trojans won the reserve game 63-35.

Timken 18 18 20 11 15 - 82

Ind. Valley 18 20 24 5 6 - 73

Central Catholic 41, Newcomerstown 26

The visiting Saints kept the Trojans still searching for the first win in the Inter-Valley Conference with a 41-26 victory on Tuesday.

Central Catholic took control early with a 9-2 scoring advantage the opening frame, then added an 11-7 run in the second round to post a 20-9 lead by halftime.

The Trojans made it closer the second half although TCC had an 11-9 advantage the third stanza and a 10-8 margin the final eight minutes.

The Saints (8-10, 5-7 IVC) were led by Danny Price and Erich Keitz with eight points apiece. Jimmy Tolloti and Michael Teater added seven points each.

Newcomerstown (3-14, 0-12 IVC) was just 8-of-26 from the floor, but tacked on 10-of-12 from the bonus line. Caleb Fenton paced the offense with seven points with Paul Matthews and Cody Sproat adding six points each.

TCC posted a 14-9 rebounding advantage led by Tollotis five caroms. Sproat paced the Trojans on the glass with four rebounds.

Newcomerstown won the reserve game 34-27 Austin Zufelt led the Trojans (9-8, 6-6 IVC) with 15 points. Steve Poe added eight points while Chance Bower scored six. The Saints (7-11) got 12 points from Jay ODonnell.

Central Catholic 9 11 11 10 - 41

Newcomerstown 2 7 9 8 - 26

Malvern 74, Ridgewood 62

MALVERN The Generals fell to the Hornets on Tuesday in IVC action, 74-62.

Tanner Stoffer scored a game high 31 points for Ridgewood but it wasnt enough to offset Malverns balanced scoring and 44-24 domination on the boards.

The first and third quarters proved to be the difference in the game. The Hornets shot out to an 18-11 lead in the first quarter with both teams scoring 15 in the second to make it 33-26 by halftime. Malvern extended its lead to 49-37 in the third period with a 16-11 run. Both teams scored 25 in the fourth quarter for the final score.

Travis Tucci led the Hornets (15-3, 11-2 IVC) with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Max Kapron was right behind with 19 points and 12 caroms while Shawn Ball came through with 12 points and Trey Tucci capped scoring with 10.

Also for the Generals (12-5, 7-4 IVC), C.J. Grove finished with 12 points and seven rebounds. Zak Keesee added eight points.

Malvern won the reserve game 38-20. Seth Bergeron had seven points for Ridgewood.

Ridgewood 11 15 11 25 - 62

Malvern 18 15 16 25 - 74

Fairless 73,

Indian Valley 61

GNADENHUTTEN The Braves fell to the Falcons on Tuesday in PAC-7 action 73-61.

Indian Valley started out strong with a 17-11 first quarter advantage. Fairless closed the gap by taking the second frame 19-15 to trail 32-30 by halftime. An 18-13 run in the third period put the Falcons up 48-45 as the fourth quarter began. The visitors won the final frame 25-16 to win going away.

Jamie MacAdam had a game-high 22 points to lead Indian Valley (4-13, 3-8 PAC). Shawn Mills came through with 13 points while Brett Cox scored 12. Ian Kandray tacked on seven points. MacAdam and Mills had three treys apiece. Brady Byers led the team with seven rebounds.

Mark Soehnlen paced the Falcons (9-7, 7-4 PAC) with 20 points.

Fairless won the reserve game 49-35.

Fairless 11 19 18 25 - 73

Indian Valley 17 15 13 16 - 61