Coshocton 53, Indian Valley 39

COSHOCTON -- Capitalizing at the foul line, the host Coshocton Lady Redskins rolled to a 53-39 non-conference victory over the Indian Valley Lady Braves on Tuesday.

Both teams made 15 field goals, but Coshocton was 21-of-38 from the charity stripe while Indian Valley converted 7-of-17 free throws.

Madison Jackson paced the Lady Redskins with 15 points with support from Carly Livingston and Kennedy Haley with nine points each. Abby Zimomra added seven counters.

Courtney Mizer paced the Lady Braves with 16 points and Kiarra Rakestraw followed with 10.

Indian Valley out rebounded the host, 34-22, led by Brianna Stephens with 10 boards with Rakestraw adding eight. Haley pulled down seven caroms for Coshocton, with Jackson adding six.

Ridgewood 49, River View 43

WARSAW -- With three players scoring in double figures, the Ridgewood High Lady Generals opened the season Tuesday with a 49-43 non-conference win over host River View.

Ridgewood jumped in front 10-6 in the initial quarter and added a 15-11 scoring edge in the second frame to take a 25-17 lead at the halftime break. River View rallied following the intermission to post a 13-10 scoring advantage and shave the difference to 35-30 heading to the final round. The Lady Generals then out scored the host 14-13 the final eight minutes to grab the 49-43 victory.

Sopohomore Erin Buchanan got her first varsity start and responded with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds for Ridgewood. Audrey Tingle paced the Lady Generals with 15 points and Morgan McDorman also scored in double digits with 12 points.

Mackenzie Huff led the Lady Bears with 15 points.

Sandy Valley 52, Newcomerstown 24

MAGNOLIA -- The Newcomerstown Lady Trojans dropped an Inter-Valley Conference contest to host Sandy Valley by a 52-24 score on Wednesday.

Sandy Valley wasted no time in setting the tone, jumping to a 14-2 lead after the initial quarter. Newcomerstown rebounded to outscore the Lady Cardinals 11-7 the second round and cut the difference to 21-13 going to the locker room at the halftime break.

Following the intermission, it was all Sandy Valley again as the Lady Cardinals poured in 19 points while limiting Newcomerstown to just two to up the margin to 40-15. The host sealed the deal with a 12-9 scoring edge over the final eight minutes to provide the 52-24 final.

The one bright spot for the Lady Trojans (0-2, 0-1 IVC) was the foul line where they converted 14-of-24. Shooting was a problem as Newcomerstown made just 5-of-30 from the field for 16.6 percent. Brittney Lowry paced the visitors in scoring with eight points while notching four steals and two assists. The visitors were guilty of 34 turnovers.

Sandy Valley was led by three players in double figures, with Loveless leading the way with 16 points. Campbell followed with 13 points and Sickafoose finished with 10 points. The Lady Cardinals hit 21 floor shots and were 5-of-7 from the charity stripe while committing 25 turnovers.

Newcomerstown pulled down 23 rebounds led by Amaris Wells and Susannah Hall with four each.

Ridgewood 48, East Canton 29

WEST LAFAYETTE -- Ridgewood High remained unbeaten and opened the Inter-Valley Conference season with a 48-29 win over the visiting East Canton Lady Hornets Saturday afternoon.

The Lady Generals took command early posting a 19-7 lead in the opening quarter and adding to the difference with a 12-6 scoring edge the second round to take a 31-13 advantage to the halftime intermission.

Following the break the onslaught continued with the Lady Generals out scoring the Lady Hornets 11-5 to up the deficit to 42-18 and then coasted the final eight minutes with East Canton taking a 11-6 scoring edge to provide the 48-29 final.

Audrey Tingle paced the Lady Generals in scoring with 20 points with Morgan McDorman following with 12 and Erin Buchanan added 11 counters.

S. Yacklin paced East Canton (0-3, 0--2 IVC) in scoring with 16 points.