HS Roundup: Lady Devils, Electrics earn big wins

HS Roundup: Lady Devils, Electrics earn big wins


HS Roundup: Lady Devils, Electrics earn big wins


Zanesville's Lexi Draughn puts up a shot during a 46-30 win over Marietta on Saturday in Zanesville.

Zanesville’s Lexi Draughn puts up a shot during a 46-30 win over Marietta on Saturday in Zanesville.

ZANESVILLE – Host Zanesville scored 16 straight points in the first half and never looked back to down visiting Marietta 46-30 in an East Central Ohio League girls contest Saturday at Winland Memorial Gymnasium.

The Tigers hit two free throws to cut the early deficit to 5-4, but the Lady Devils scored the next nine points to lead 14-4 after one quarter. The Zanesville lead grew to 21-4 during the 16-0 run en route to being 29-8 at the half. Zanesville led 40-14 after three quarters.

Karissa Weekley and Ashlee Lett led a balanced effort with eight points each, and Tasia Staunton and Destiny Johnson added seven points apiece in the win. Staunton also pulled down a team-high 10 rebounds, Johnson grabbed five steals and Weekley passed out nine assists.

Audrey May and Madison Miller had seven points each for Marietta.

Zanesville reserves won 48-46, as Alena Mayle had 13 points in the win.

Stat Book: Zanesville: 17-50 FG, 3-18 3s, 9-17 FT, 32 rebounds, 9 assists, 15 steals, 12 turnovers; scoring: Draughn 6, Ke. Newsom 6, Strickland 4. Marietta: 9-19 FG, 1-4 3s, 11-15 FT, 19 rebounds, 18 turnovers, scoring: Doan 5, Smith 4, Grosel 4, Brooks 2, Linscott 1.

Tri-Valley 42, John Glenn 40: Alivia Bash scored 17 points as the Scotties (1-1) edged the Muskies (0-3, 0-2) in Muskingum Valley League action.

Sydney Prince added nine points and Brianna Dawson chipped in eight points and six rebounds to pace Tri-Valley.

Madison Hunter scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to pace the Muskies.

Tri Valley reserves won 47-10 behind 10 points each from Mariah Archer and Breanna Hines.

Stat Book: Tri-Valley: 14-45 FG, 0-8 3s, 14-26 FT, 25 rebounds (Bryan 6), 6 assists (McLoughlin 3), 6 steals (Bash 2), 12 turnovers; scoring: Green 4, Bryan 2, McLoughlin 2. John Glenn: 14-49 FG, 2-14 3s, 10-16 FT, 30 rebounds, 2 assists, 5 steals, 16 turnovers, scoring: Founds 7, Tetirick 5, Wagner 4, Sherry 2, Blair 1, Bonner 1.

Philo 62, New Lexington 30: The Electrics (3-0, 2-0) built a 22-5 first-quarter lead to stay perfect in MVL action against the Panthers.

Destiny Hutcheson led Philo with 17 points and five steals, Kara Hutcheson added 15 points, five steals and four assists, Haley Howard scored 12 points and Maddi Smith hauled in 16 rebounds and blocked three shots.

Allie Russell finished with 20 points for the Panthers, who trailed 35-13 at the half and 53-22 after three quarters.

Stat Book: Philo: 18 FG (3s: 5), 9-12 FT, 38 rebounds, 9 assists, 18 steals, 12 turnovers, 4 blocks; scoring: Smith 6, Hill 4, Fuller 2, Revennaugh 2, Starrett 2, Burch 2. New Lex: 9 FG (3s: 1), 11-19 FT, scoring: Davisson 5, Fondale 3, Rose 2.

West Muskingum 52, Licking Valley 48: The Tornadoes (1-2) overcame a 15-6 first-quarter deficit to notch their first win Friday.

West Muskingum pulled within 24-21 at the half and led 39-36 edge after three.

Katie Ware had 13 points, Abby Rutter 10 points and Carley Barker nine to lead West.

Boys Basketball

Morgan 69, River View 49: Marcus Mayle poured in 17 points and Mason Edgell hit four 3s on his way to a 14-point night as the Raiders opened the season with a win.

Mayle had eight points in the first quarter as Morgan led 19-6 after one. The lead grew to 39-20 at the half and was 51-33 after three quarters.

Jordan Work and Dre Norman each added 11 points for the Raiders.

Jonathan Dart had 15 points, Taner Belangia added 14 and Matt Brillhart 13 for the Black Bears.

Stat Book: Morgan: 27 FG (3s: 7), 8-10 FT; scoring: J. Mayle 6, Penrod 6, Clark 2, Hook 2. River View: 18 FG (3s: 7), 6-15; scoring: Hocter 4, Whitehair 2, Gossman 1.

College Basketball

Muskingum men 84, Washington & Jefferson 52: Four players scored in double figures, as the Muskies built a 43-18 halftime lead.

Jacob Geller had 12 points and seven rebounds, Jalen Paige and Joshua Glass scored 11 each and Joshua Keyes added 10 points for the Muskies (3-2).


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