NEW PHILADELPHIA 69, MASSILLON WASHINGTON 40
The New Philadelphia Quakers won by 29 points over the Massillon Tigers on Wednesday night.
Ajia Schreffler led the Lady Quakers with 22 points and 10 rebounds, while Audrey Harr and Alyssa Miller each added 10 points for New Phila.
Callee Barker sank three 3-pointers’s for a total of 9 points as the Quakers advanced to
DOVER 66, SANDY VALLEY 45
Dover’s girls team bested the Sandy Valley Cardinals on Wednesday night in Magnolia.
Morgan Kiser posted a game-high 25 points for the Crimson Tornadoes, who boosted their record to 6-4 with the victory.
Sandy Valley (11-4) was led in scoring by Lexi Tucci, who totaled 19 points along with six steals. Abbey Parker (nine points) and Alli Neary (seven points) added to the Cardinals’ total.
TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 62, LOUDONVILLE 53
The Tusky Valley Trojans racked up 39 rebounds in a nine-point victory at Loudonville on Wednesday.
Brook Stookey and Ashley Merrick each scored 15 points to lead the Trojans, while Locie Levengood totaled 10 points. Stookey led the team in rebounds (13), followed by Merrick (9).
Corri Vermilya led the Redbirds in scoring (31 points) and rebounding (10 rebounds), while Shalen Guilliams finished with 15 points and five rebounds.
Tusky Valley improved its record to 11-2, while Loudonville dropped to 9-3.
STRASBURG 37, CLAYMONT 34
Strasburg overcame a 6-point first-half deficit to win their 14th consecutive game.
Rylee Thomas and Emma Gilkerson co-led the Tigers in scoring with 13 points apiece.
Strasburg (14-1) hauled in 29 rebounds for the contest.
Claymont (5-9) was led in scoring by Emily Grant (12 points).
GARAWAY 62, RITTMAN 27
The Garaway Pirates handled Rittman High School on Wednesday night.
The Lady Bucs improved to 6-8 for the campaign.
SHENANDOAH 53, BUCKEYE TRAIL 46
Shenandoah High School bested the Buckeye Trail Warriors on Wednesday.
Trail fell to 4-8 for the year.
WEST BRANCH 54, CARROLLTON 51
West Branch’s girls squad picked up an EBC win on Wednesday over Carrollton.
West Branch improved to a conference-best 7-1 (12-3 overall), while Carrollton fell to 5-7 overall (1-5 EBC).
TRI-VALLEY 50, RIVER VIEW 17
The Tri-Valley Lady Scotties won in a blowout over River View on Wednesday.
LOUISVILLE 45, MARLINGTON 40
Courtney Barwick scored 11 of her game-high 14 points in the Leopards’ victory over the Marlington Dukes on Wednesday.
Barwick totaled four 3-pointers, while Kelsey Adelman and Brooke Haren each pitched in 12 points for Louisville (9-3).
The Lady Dukes (9-2) were led by Chelsea Evanich’s 14 points.
NEW PHILADELPHIA 2428, ALLIANCE 2036 (BOYS)
NEW PHILADELPHIA 1790, ALLIANCE 1183 (GIRLS)
New Philadelphia’s bowling teams swept the Alliance Aviators on Wednesday at Boulevard Lanes.