Indian Valley 51, Coshocton 21

GNADENHUTTEN -- Host Indian Valley High had no trouble with Coshocton on Monday, steamrolling the guests by a 51-21 score.

From a 15-4 first quarter advantage, the Lady Braves moved out to a commanding 28-9 intermission lead and cruised from there.

Paige Saho paced the IV scoring with 15 points while teammates Sydney Kandray and Alicia Jenkins added nine each.

Coshocton was limited to just nine field goals and was led in scoring by Hannah Lain's nine points.

Indian Valley 63, CVCA 34

GNADENHUTTEN -- The Indian Valley Lady Braves picked up their second win of the week in girls' basketball action, downing visiting Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy by a 63-34 mark on Wednesday.

The Lady Braves jumped out to a 16-12 lead after the initial quarter and a 17-8 showing in the second frame sent the hosts into the half with a 33-20 lead.

Indian Valley extended its lead in the third stanza following a 22-5 scoring advantage and a 9-8 scoring tilt by the visitors in the final period did little to trim the deficit.

Emily Baker's 13 points led the way for the Lady Braves followed by nine apiece from Paige Saho and Katie Shamel.

Rachel Radcliff's game-high 16 points paved the way for CVCA and Jellie Owen chipped in eight.

Indian Valley finished with a 33-28 deficit on the boards, with Saho leading with nine followed by Shamel's six.

Sandy Valley 58, Newcomerstown 25

NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Sandy Valley handed host Newcomerstown its 13th straight loss with a 58-25 Inter-Valley Conference triumph on Wednesday.

Newcomerstown found itself down 9-8 after the initial quarter, but a 25-0 whitewashing by the visitors in the second stanza sent the Trojans into the locker room down by 34-8.

Sandy Valley continued to build its lead after the half, outscoring the hosts by a 24-17 margin en rout to the lopsided conference victory.

Newcomerstown (0-13, 0-9 IVC) as paced by Sam Watson with nine points followed by Paige McMullen with six.

Cortney Huffman paved the way for the Cardinals with a game-high 20 points while Sadie Bowling and Alexis Crone chipped in eight points apiece.

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Tuslaw 40, Indian Valley 37

GNADENHUTTEN -- The home standing Indian Valley Lady Braves fell just short of picking up a third consecutive victory Saturday afternoon, as the Lady Mustangs of Tuslaw picked up a 40-37 victory in non conference girls' basketball action.

The Lady Braves jumped ahead by a 4-3 mark after a defensively dominated first quarter and increased their advantage to two at the half (15-13) with an 11-10 showing in the second stanza.

The Lady Mustangs however, trimmed their deficit to a single point (25-24) with a 11-10 third quarter scoring advantage and a subsequent 16-12 showing by the guests in the pivotal final period spelled disaster for Indian Valley, giving the Lady Mustangs the three point victory.

The Lady Braves were paced by Paige Saho's game high 14 points, followed by Katie Shamel who added eight as Emily Baker and Sydney Kandray added six points apiece in the loss.

Bethany Koons led Tuslaw with 13 points, Mayci Sales contributed nine and Haley Stanford added seven in the win.

The teams finished with a 30-30 stalemate in the battle of the boards, as Saho paced IV with 8 and Kandray along with Shamel grabbed six rebounds apiece. Sales paced the winnes with a game high 16 boards.

Garaway 97, Newcomerstown 13

SUGARCREEK -- A rough season on the hardwood continued for the Newcomerstown High Lady Trojans on Saturday afternoon as they dropped a lopsided 97-13 setback to host Garaway in an Inter-Valley Conference match-up.

The Lady Pirates showed no mercy on the struggling Lady Trojans, bolting out to a 19-0 lead after the opening quarter. Things got worse in the second frame, with Garaway posting a huge 31-2 scoring edge to lead by a comfortable 50-2 lead at the halftime break.

Courtney Putt finished with a 34-point outburst for the Lady Pirates, including a trio of three-pointers with Kobie Walter added 12 and Abbie Slemmer chipped in with 11 points and also drained three 'treys'.

Leading the limited Lady Trojans' offense was Susannah Hall with four points while Karlee Peach connected on a three-pointer.

NHS finished with 17 rebounds, with Brittney Lowry and Hall each pulling down four.

Ridgewood 43, Tuscarawas CC 31

NEW PHILADELPHIA -- Visiting Ridgewood High used a fourth quarter run to collect a 43-31 victory over Tuscarawas Central Catholic in Inter-Valley Conference girls' basketball action on Saturday.

With the contest tied at 30-30 late in the fourth quarter, the Lady Generals ran off a 13-1 run to pick up the road IVC win.

Senior Laura Frazee paced RHS (10-4, 7-2 IVC) with a game-high 21 point effort and shge also pulled down 12 rebounds, while Emily McCoy just missed double figures with nine markers.

TCC (2-10, 1-7 IVC) was led by Gabrielle Fredericks with 14 points and Katie Churilla contributed 10.