HS Sports Tuesday: Garaway bests Indian Valley; New Philadelphia, Sandy Valley win; Strasburg still unbeaten

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Garaway outscored Indian Valley 15-8 in the third quarter of what would become a 51-38 Pirates victory on Tuesday night.

The Pirates led Indian Valley 23-19 at the half but finished strong to improve their record to 4-0 on the season (3-0 IVC South).

Garaway’s Jenson Garber drives towards the basket with Indian Valley’s Leo Wenger defending in the game Tuesday. The Pirates won 51-38. (JMN Sports/ Jim Cummings)

Alexander Roden led the Pirates with 14 points, followed by Brady Roden’s 12 points.

Braden Troyer led the Braves (3-2) with 13 points, while Tyson Pryor added 11 points.

Garaway’s Brady Roden drives to the basket late in the fourth quarter of the game with Indian Valley on Tuesday. The Pirates won 51-38. (JMN Sports/ Jim Cummings)

SANDY VALLEY 57, HILAND 54

Sandy Valley improved its overall record to 5-1 with a victory over the Hiland Hawks on Tuesday.

The Cardinals (3-1 in IVC South) began the game with a dominant defensive performance, allowing just one point to the Hiland offense. However, both teams rolled in the final three quarters, with the Hawks (2-3, 0-2) outscoring the Cardinals 53-50 over the final three periods.

Sandy was led by Nick Petro’s solid performance (17 points, six rebounds, five assists, four blocks), along with Dantae Faiello’s 13 points.

Hiland’s top scorer was Sammy Detweiler (16 points, four assists), followed by Carson Habeger (14 points, five steals) and Nick Wigton (10 points). Alex Yoder totaled a game-best 14 rebounds for the Hawks.

NEW PHILADELPHIA 48, ASHLAND 35

New Philadelphia won their first road game of the season in a 48-35 decision against host Ashland.

Carter Vandall led the Quakers (2-0) with 18 points, while Michael Vickers added 11 points to the New Phila victory.

Ashland’s Grayson Steury led the way with 21 points.

TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 56, TUSLAW 48

Tuscarawas Valley overcame an 8-point halftime deficit to win a non-conference Tuesday game over host Tuslaw.

The Trojans outscored the Mustangs 32-20 over the final two quarters, with John Leffler (24 points, three rebounds) and Gage Provance (12 points, five rebounds) leading the way for Tusky.

Silas Miller (eight points), Beau Wolf (seven points), and Cole Clements (five points) rounded out the scorers for the Trojans.

Troy Harbeitner led both schools with 22 points for the contest, while Max McMerrill added 10 points.

BUCKEYE TRAIL 58, EAST CANTON 34

Buckeye Trail outscored East Canton 16-6 in the final quarter of a 58-34 Warriors win on Tuesday night.

Trail (3-2) held the Hornets to single digits in the first, second, and fourth quarters of the contest.

Isaac Beaver led the Warriors with 17 points, while Olly Schrader led East Canton with 15 points.

CLAYMONT 56, RIDGEWOOD 21

Claymont won handily over visiting Ridgewood, 56-21, on Tuesday night.

The Mustangs (2-3, 1-2) won for the first time in the IVC South this season, as Jordan Connor led Claymont’s scoring with 15 points. Koi Preston added eight points for the victors.

Ridgewood falls to 1-4 (0-2) with the loss.

STRASBURG 62, NEWCOMERSTOWN 19

The Strasburg Tigers are 6-0 on the year after beating Newcomerstown in a Tuesday night road matchup.

Strasburg led 40-10 at halftime.

The Tigers are also 2-0 in the IVC North, while the Trojans are 0-5 (0-2).