HS Sports Tuesday: Tusky Valley girls handle Dover; Malvern boys remain unbeaten


Dover’s Ava Zobel shoots over Tusky Valley’s Sally Ray in the game Tuesday at Dover. (JMN Sports/ Jim Cummings)
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Tusky Valley improved to 8-1 on the season with a 40-23 Tuesday night win over host Dover.

Kayleigh Norris led the Trojans with 10 points (along with six rebounds, five assists, and six steals), while Leah Borquin added nine points.

Tusky Valley’s Leah Bourquin and Kaleigh Norris trap Dover’s Carley Noretto in the game on Tuesday. (JMN Sports/ Jim Cummings)

For the Crimson Tornadoes, Ava Zobel scored nine points, while Morgan Karam and Carley Noretto scored seven points each.

Dover’s Morgan Karam drives to the basket between two Tusky Valley defenders Locie Levengood and Kadence Stutz in Tuesday’s game. (JMN Sports/ Jim Cummings)

Dover fell to 2-10 with the loss.

Dover’s Carley Noretto dribbles down the court as Tusky Valley’s Camryn Albaugh defends in the game Tuesday at Dover. (JMN Sports/ Jim Cummings)


The Huron Tigers edged the Tuscarawas Central Catholic Saints on the opening day of the Jingle Bell Jam at Sandusky’s Cedar Point Sports Center.

The Saints saw their 6-game winning streak come to a close, despite a 30-point outing for Reese Triplett. Maddie Ferrell added 16 points for Central (5-2).



Mitch Minor scored 15 points to lead the still-unbeaten Malvern Hornets to a Tuesday win over the Minerva Lions.

Minor, whose outing included four 3-point field goals, also grabbed 10 rebounds for the Hornets (8-0). He was followed in scoring by J’Allen Barrino (11 points) and Dylan Phillips (nine).

Garrett Gonzalez scored 11 points to lead the Lions (4-5).


Indian Creek High School outlasted Claymont, 66-53, in Tuesday night’s boys’ showdown in the Twin Cities.

Clint Barnhart led the Mustangs with 11 points, while Graydon Mooneyham had 10 points.