WASHINGTON CH 50, MADISON PLAINS 25
The Lady Lions jumped out to a 14-0 lead before Madison Plains scored with 25 seconds left in the opening period. After that start the Lady Lions rolled to the win moving to 5-5 overall.
Washington was led by in scoring by Carleigh Chaffins with 17 points (including 2 three pointers). A total of 8 Lady Lions scored in the contest.
Washington was 18 of 52 from the field (34.6%) including 33% on three point shots & was 10 of 16 from the charity line (62.5%). Washington had 33 total rebounds & had 16 turnovers.
Madison Plains who was playing their 8th game in 17 days drops to 4-4 overall. Macy McCollister who was averaging about 18 points a game was held to 7 points by the Lady Lions defense. Hailey Faulkner had 6 points in the contest (she was averaging 10 points a game).
The Lady Eagles was 8 of 43 from the field (18.6%) including 1 of 8 on three point shots. They were 7 of 13 from the free throw line. Lady Eagles had only 17 rebounds & turned the ball over 21 times.
HILLSBORO 67, WHITEOAK 52
The Lady Indians won their 2nd game in three days by defeating White Oak Monday night. The site of the game was switched to Hillsboro due to water damage at the Whiteoak High School gym.
After trailing 18-17 after the 1st quarter Hillsboro outscored Whiteoak 15-7 in the 2nd period & slowly pulled away in the 2nd half to a solid double digit lead through most of the 2nd half.
The Lady Indians (3-7 overall) had 4 players in double figures. Kirsten Jullierat led with 18 points, Megan Snyder had 14, Hannah Kibler with 12 points & Kaylynn Bell added 11 points.
Emma Wardlow of Whiteoak had 25 points in the contest.
Chillicothe 64, Logan 54
Greenfield McClain 38, Wheelersburg 35
LOGAN ELM 45, CHILLICOTHE 40
After leading from the start of the game with an 8-0 run the Cavaliers went cold in the 4th quarter after maintaining that 8 point lead through the first three periods. Logan Elm held the Cavs scoreless for almost 6 minutes in the final quarter & went on a 13-0 run that helped them stay undefeated.
The 20-7 fourth period saw the Braves wipe out a 33-25 Chillicothe lead heading into the final 8 minutes of the contest.
It was the Tommy Bolte show for Chillicothe (2-3 overall) scoring 25 of the Cavaliers 40 points including their last 14 points of the game.
Logan Elm was led by Dylan Young with 15 points, Logan Thompson with 13 & Trent Congrove added 11 points.