HS Boys Basketball Friday: Dover, Hiland move to 13-1; Strasburg wins 1500th game vs Buckeye Trail; West Branch 4th-quarter rally downs Carrollton

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The Dover Crimson Tornadoes had few problems in their 66-35 win over Warren on Friday night.

The Tornadoes moved to 13-1 on the season and recorded their tenth consecutive victory.

NEW PHILADELPHIA 64, MARIETTA 37

New Philadelphia got 16 points from Carter Vandall and 13 points from Colton Slaughter in a road rout of Marietta on Friday.

The Quakers moved to 10-3 overall and 4-0 in the East Central Ohio League.

STRASBURG 48, BUCKEYE TRAIL 28

Landon Potopsky scored a team-high 14 points as the Strasburg Tigers bested Buckeye Trail on Friday night in Strasburg.

The Tigers (10-4, 7-1 IVC North) held the Warriors (6-8, 4-5 North) to just eight first-half points.

Strasburg’s boys basketball program recorded its 1500th victory with the win.

Twitter: Strasburg Jr./Sr. High

WEST BRANCH 55, CARROLLTON 54

West Branch exploded for 31 points in the fourth quarter of what would become a Friday night victory over the Carrollton Warriors.

Carrollton led 41-24 after the first three periods before W.B. surged towards a win that improved their record to 11-2.

Carrollton (2-12)

NORTHWEST 63, TUSLAW 58

Northwest took sole possession of first place in the Principals Athletic Conference with a win over Tuslaw on Friday night.

Chase Badger led the Indians (7-2) with 22 points, including five three-pointers, while Ty Pratt led the Mustangs (6-2) with a game-high 29 points.

GARAWAY 61, RIDGEWOOD 57

The Garaway Pirates picked up a crucial IVC South victory at Ridgewood on Friday.

Brady Roden led the Bucs with 18 points, along with Logan Yoder (16 points) and Alexander Roden (14 points) contributing to the Garaway (9-3, 5-3 South).

Ridgewood dropped to 10-4 (4-4 South) with the loss.

HILAND 53, CLAYMONT 46

The Hiland Hawks bested Claymont in an IVC South contest on Friday.

Grant Miller led the winners with 19 points, while Chris Shetler added 10 points.

Connor Lynch and Bryce Murray led the Mustangs’ scoring with 11 points apiece.

Claymont fell to 2-11 overall and 0-7 in the South Division, while Hiland improved to a South-best 8-0 (13-1 overall).

TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 33, INDIAN VALLEY 27

Tusky Valley staved off the Indian Valley Braves in a low-scoring Friday night affair in Zoarville.

The Trojans (11-4, 4-3 IVC South) were led in scoring by Logan Stotzer (13 points) and Silas Miller, while I.V.’s Tanyon McComb led the Braves (9-5, 3-4 South) with 9 points and 6 rebounds.

MALVERN 75, NEWCOMERSTOWN 22

Malvern improved to 11-2 overall and 7-0 in the IVC North with a blowout win over the Newcomerstown Trojans on Friday night.

KJ Thomas led the Hornets with 17 points, while Michael Minor added a team-high six rebounds to his 13 points. Dylan Phillips also scored 14 points for the victors.

The Trojans (1-11, 0-7 North) were led by Trenton Newkirk’s 8 points.

UNION LOCAL 48, CAMBRIDGE 47 (3 OT)

Union Local pulled a triple-overtime victory over the Cambridge Bobcats on Friday night.

Cole Parsons led Cambridge with 14 points, while Levin Polasky scored 10 points.

RIVER VIEW 63, MORGAN 61

The Black bears edged Morgan High School in a Friday night face-off.

WEST HOLMES 58, MANSFIELD 54

West Holmes was victorious over Mansfield on Frida night.

Channer Wells led West Holmes with 17 points along with five assists, while Zander Shultz chipped in 16 points.