The Dover Crimson Tornadoes clinched at least a share of the East Central Ohio League title with a 73-32 victory over Marietta on Tuesday night.

Dover won its 13th consecutive game and boosted its record to 16-1 and 5-1 in the ECOL standings.

MALVERN 63, CONOTTON VALLEY 31

The Malvern Hornets clinched at least a share of the IVC North title with a Tuesday night victory over Conotton Valley High School.

The Hornets, who advanced to 14-3 and 10-0 in the North Division, were led by Connor Lefevre's 14 points, while Noah Ball scored 10 points.

Brett Putnam led the Rockets (4-11, 1-8 North) with seven points.

HILAND 63, SANDY VALLEY 32

Dylan Weaver and Caden Miller each scored 14 points in Hiland's Tuesday night win over Sandy Valley.

Chris Shetler (12 points) contributed to the Hawks victory, which propelled Hiland to an IVC South-best 9-1 (14-3 overall).

The Hawks clinched at least a share of the South Division title with the victory.

NEW PHILADELPHIA 56, CAMBRIDGE 20

Carter Vandall led the New Philadelphia Quakers with 24 points in a Tuesday night victory over visiting Cambridge.

Michael Vickers added 11 points for New Phila (12-4), while Colton Slaughter nailed three 3-point attempts for a total of nine points.

TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 73, RIDGEWOOD 65

The Tusky Valley Trojans' proficient shooting night catapulted the home team to an IVC South victory over the Ridgewood Generals on Tuesday night.

The Trojans (13-5, 6-4 IVC South) made 28 field goals out of 42 attempts (66%) and sank nine 3-pointers out of 15 tries (60%).

Silas Miller led the Trojans with 23 points of 10-of-14 shooting, along with six assists. Other top scorers for T.V. included Dawson Williams (12 points), Logan Stotzer (11 points), and Cody Robinson (10 points).

Ridgewood's Dalton Patterson led the Generals (11-6, 5-5 South) with a game-high 29 points (9-of-12 FG, six rebounds, three steals).

STRASBURG 57, NEWCOMERSTOWN 23

Landon Potopsky led Strasburg with 21 points in the Tigers' blowout win over the Newcomerstown Trojans.

Eli Fierbaugh also added 18 points for Strasburg, who rose to 12-5 overall and 8-2 in the IVC North.

The Trojans dropped to 1-16 (0-11 North).

GARAWAY 60, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 52

The Garaway Pirates bested Tuscarawas Central Catholic on Tuesday night in Sugarcreek.

Drew Mullet led the Bucs with 18 points, followed by Brady Roden (14 points), Alexander Roden, and Logan Yoder (eight points each).

The Pirates moved to 11-4, while the Saints dropped to 9-10.

EAST CANTON 58, BUCKEYE TRAIL 45

East Canton High School defeated Buckeye Trail in a Tuesday IVC North showdown.

Landen Demos led the Hornets (5-11, 4-6 IVC North) with 19 points, while Luke Riley (18 points, eight rebounds) and Caleb Shilling (13 points) added to the E.C. win.

INDIAN VALLEY 42, CLAYMONT 31

Indian Valley moved to 6-4 in the IVC South and 13-5 overall with an 11-point win over Claymont on Tuesday.

Tanyon McComb scored 14 points to lead the Braves, while Isaac Klaserner scored 13 points.

Connor Lynch led the Mustangs (5-12, 1-8 North) with 15 points.

CARROLLTON 62, ALLIANCE 54

The Carrollton Warriors topped EBC-leading Alliance in a Tuesday night face-off.

Jaxon Rinkes led the Warriors with 19 points, while Darick Miller posted 19 points and 11 rebounds.

BOWLING

NEW PHILADELPHIA 2495, CANTON SOUTH 2489 (BOYS)

CANTON SOUTH 1979, NEW PHILADELPHIA 1896 (GIRLS)

New Philadelphia and Canton South High Schools split Tuesday matches at AMF Hall of Fame Lanes.

TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2211, CLAYMONT 1997

TCC extended its winning streak with a Tuesday victory over Claymont.

The Saints were led by senior Aaron Mercier's 370 series (212-158).

TCC will face Dover on Monday, Feb. 7 at Wabash Lanes.

CONOTTON VALLEY 2540, LAKE 2326 (BOYS)

CONOTTON VALLEY 2336, LAKE 2061 (GIRLS)

Conotton Valley swept Lake in boys and girls bowling on Tuesday.

Bobby Brennan set a school record with a 300-game for the Rocket boys (en route to a 504 total), while Mackenzie Willoughby scored a 407 total in the girls' match.