High school basketball roundup with stats

BOYS BASKETBALL

Parkersburg 71, Athens 55

PARKERSBURG – Karson Snyder continued his hot shooting with 18 points Tuesday night and the Big Reds improved to 4-2 on the season with a 71-55 win over Athens.

Snyder hit four shots from downtown and three inside the arc for head coach Jeff Mennillo. Kam White also hit a pair of treys on his way to 16 points.

Also scoring in double digits was Parker Miller with 14 points. The junior hit four shots from the field and connected on 4 of 6 from the charity stripe.

PHS built itself a 30-17 halftime lead and continued to build on the margin in the second half. Red and white players outscored their Bulldog opponents 41-28 in the closing stanzas.

The Big Reds look to grab their fifth win of the season tonight at rival Parkersburg South.


Parkersburg South 61, Brooke 47

WELLSBURG — Bobby Foggin drained a trio of 3s en route to a game-high 21 points here Tuesday as Parkersburg South raellied from a 26-24 halftime deficit to hand host Brooke a  61-47 setback.

The Patriots, who play host this evening to rival Parkersburg, also got 17 points from Cole Plants and a dozen markers from Shane Snider, who double-doubled with 10 boards.


Ravenswood 73, Williamstown 56

RAVENSWOOD — In a battle of ranked Class A Little Kanawha Conference programs, No. 2 Ravenswood used a 28-13 edge on the glass here Tuesday evening to post a 73-56 victory against No. 7 Williamstown.

Isaiah Morgan and Riley Heatheringotn, who finished with the game’s lone double-double thanks to his game-high 11 boards, tallied 20 markers apiece for the Red Devils (7-1).

Williamstown (7-4) was led by Isaac Brown’s game-high 25 points while Josh Folwell chipped in a dozen counters.

Stephen Dawson added 18 points and nine boards for the Red Devils, who play Thursday at Wahama.


River 90, Magnolia 33

HANNIBAL, Ohio — Isaac Curtis went off for 33 points and Luke Isaly added 27 more here Tuesday as host River drilled Magnolia, 90-33.

The 3-5 Blue Eagles were led by Brooks Parsons with 10 points.


Gilmer 49, Calhoun 31

MT. ZION — Playing for fallen teammate Nick Murphy, who was Calhoun County’s leading rusher on the football team and died on Monday, the Red Devils more than made a game of it for a half here Tuesday night against Gilmer County.

However, the Titans turned a 22-18 halftime cushion into a 49-31 blowout victory by clamping down on the Red Devils (1-7) defenisvely in the second half.

Trey Shuff led the 5-2 Titans with 14 points and seven rebounds. Gilmer County, which plays host Saturday to Midland Trail, also got 13 points and four steals from Noah Aviles along with 11 markers by Lukas Sirbaugh.

Zack Yanero’s 11 points and game-high 13 rebounds paced the 1-7 Red Devils, who also got a dozen markers from Dylan Heiney.

Calhoun County, which was expecting Murphy to return from a broken wrist in the next week or so, returns to action Friday when Clay County invades.


Paden City 62, Beallsville 28

PADEN CITY — Aaron Heasley had a career-high 34 points and outscored visiting Beallsville all by himself here Tuesday as host Paden City rolled to an easy 62-28 victory.

Heasley also pulled down 10 boards and added seven assists and a trio of steals as the Wildcats, who play Friday at Bishop Donahue, improved to 3-5.

Colten Rush and Wyatt Brown led BHS (1-6) with eight markers apiece.


St. Marys 66, Ritchie County 56

ELLENBORO — St. Marys jumped out to a 21-13 lead after one quarter of play here Tuesday night and never looked back on the way to a 66-56 win over Ritchie County. There was no hangover for SMHS coach Mark Barnhart’s team after a last second buzzer-beater in overtime gave them a win over Williamstown when last on the floor.

Sam Kincaid led all scorers on the evening with 20 points. He was joined in double figures by Chris Riggs (10), Will Billeter (17) and Noah VanZile (11). Billeter also recorded his second straight double-double thanks to his 11 rebounds.

Ritchie County was led in scoring by Chase Sullivan with 18 points.

St. Marys (6-2) returns to action when it welcomes in Wirt County for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off today. Meanwhile, Ritchie County (2-8) has a week off before it welcomes in Class A Top five team Ravenswood for a 7:30 p.m. start next Tuesday.


Belpre 83, Federal Hocking 35

STEWART, Ohio — Belpre used a 18-5 spurt in the first quarter to jump out ahead of Federal Hocking and then coast to its third win of the season, 83-35, over the Lancers Tuesday night.

Deijon Bedgood and Nate Godfrey each scored 11 points for the Golden Eagles. Bedgood also chipped in six rebounds for BHS, which shot 33 of 67 from the floor on the evening, good for 49 percent. The Eagles also swiped the ball 17 times from Lancer players.

Belpre will be back in action when it takes take on Waterford at 7:30 p.m. Friday.


GIRLS BASKETBALL

Williamstown 71, Ritchie County 64

WILLIAMSTOWN — Ritchie County got a huge game from Stephanie Kirk, which featured a game-high 23 points to go along with seven assists and six rebounds, but it wasn’t quite enough here Tuesday as the visting Rebels came up short to Williamstown, 71-64.

The 8-3 Yellowjackets, who are off until next Tuesday when St. Marys comes to town, was led by Ashley Morris’ 18 points. Bethany Arnold finished with 11 poitns and nine rebounds for the ‘Jackets, who also got eight counters and as many boards from Brooke Stewart.

Cassie Tallman added 14 points and four steals for the Rebels (7-5).

Teays Valley Christian 51,

Wood County Christian 30

TEAYS VALLEY, W.Va. — Sarah Barnes recorded the fifth triple-double in school history on Tuesday and became the first Wood County Christian player to secure 1,000 career rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the visiting Wildcats were upended by Teays Valley Christian, 51-30.

Barnes not only finished with 19 points, but she grabbed 22 rebounds and collected a dozen steals.

Holly Edwards poured in a game-high 30 markers to lead TVC.


Boys high school basketball stats

Parkerbsurg South 61, Brooke 47

South        13    11    20  17 – 61

Brooke        18   8   14   7  – 47

PARKERSBURG SOUTH (6-2)

Todd Burner 1 1-2 3, Seth Fallon  1 0-0 2,  Colten Luther 1 0-0 2. Cody Durnell 0 1-2 1, Cole Plants 5 6-6 17, Kerwin Marshall 0 0-2 0, Bobby Foggin 6 6-6 21, Shane Snider 4 4-4 12, Brayden Mooney 1 0-0 3 Totals: 19 18-22 61, 3-point: Foggin 3, Plants 1, Mooney 1

BROOKE

Shelton 1 0-0 2, Yachini 6 3-4 16, Cuomu 4 1-2 9, Leonard 2 2-3 6, Pennybacker 1 0-2 2, Pauls 3 0-0 7, George 2 1-2 5, Totals: 19 7-13 47, 3-point: Yachini 1, Pauls 1

Shooting: PS 19-53, Brooke 19-39, Rebounds: PS 41, Snyder 10, Allen 7), Brooke 27; Assists: PS 14, Snyder 5, Plant 4 Fallon 4; Steals: PS 11 Plants 4, Fallon 3; Blocks: Plants 3; Turnovers: PS 14, Brooke 15

JV game: South 60, Brooke 32

Leading scorer: Alex Willard 11

Next game: Parkersburg at Parkersburg South, 7:30 p.m. today.


Parkersburg 71, Athens 55

Parkersburg      16  14  23  18  —  71

Athens      9  8  17  11  —  55

PHS (4-2)

Kam White 7 0-0 16, Parker Miller 4 4-6 14, Easton Martin 2 0-0 4, Jacob McKnight 0 2-2 2, Kionte Peacock 1 2-2 4, Karson Snyder 7 0-0 18, Brenton Strange 4 1-6 9, Tyler Lawrentz 1 0-0 2, Ben McFarland 1 0-2 2; TOTALS: 27 9-18 71; 3-point goals: White 2, Snyder 4

ATHENS

Saltzman 1 0-0 2, Peall 1 1-2 3, Lutz 6 4-4 16, Dickelman 2 0-0 4, Albin 1 0-0 2, Cozart 1 0-2 3, Mayfield 1 0-1 2, Chubb 3 0-0 7, Hynes 1 4-10 6; TOTALS: 17 9-19 55; 3-point goals: Cozart 1, Chubb 1

JV score: Parkersburg 45, Athens 43

PHS leading scorer: Kionte Peacock 12

Athens leading scorer: Butcher 19

Next game: Parkersburg at Parkersburg South tonight.


Gilmer 49, Calhoun 31

Gilmer      9  13  15  12 — 49

Calhoun      8  10  7  6 — 31

GILMER COUNTY (5-2)

Gunnar Haley 2 0-0 5, Trey Shuff 6 1-3 14, Noah Aviles 5 3-4 13, Carter Springer 1 0-0 3, Lukas Sirbaugh 4 3-5 11, Justyn Dean 0 0-0 0, Cole Haley 1 0-0 3; TOTALS: 19 7-12 49; 3-point goals: G. Haley, C. Haley, Shuff, Springer 1

CALHOUN COUNTY (1-7)

Bryson Montgomery 0 0-0 0, Dylan Heiney 5 0-0 12, John Whipkey 0 0-0 0, Adam Parsons 1 0-0 2, Cole Rogers 0 0-0 0, Levi Gregory 0 0-0 0, Adam Walker 1 0-0 2, Noah Allen 0 0-0 0, Trevor Carder 0 0-0 0, Zack Yanero 4 2-2 11, Mason Bailey 0 0-0 0, Ben Frederick 1 0-0 2, Hayden Richards 1 0-0 2; TOTALS: 13 2-2 31; 3-point goals: Heiney 2, Yanero 1

Shooting: G 19-45, C 13-44; Rebounds: G 19 (Shuff 7), C 28 (Yanero 13); Assists: G 4 (Aviles 2), C 5 (Richards 2); Steals: G 8 (Aviles 4), C 4 (Heiney 2); Blocks: G 1 (Shuff), C 3 (Yanero 2); Turnovers: G 11, C 18

JV score: Gilmer 49, Calhoun 31

JV scoring: Chase Steele (G) 20, Bradley McHenry (G) 13, Allen (C) 12

Next game: Midland Trail at Gilmer County on Saturday; Clay County at Calhoun County on Friday.


Paden City 62, Beallsville 28

Beallsville     3  12  5  8  —  28

Paden City    12  21  19  10  — 62

BEALLSVILLE (1-6)

Colten Rush 3 0-0 8, Wyatt Brown 4 0-2 8, Jarrett Raab 1 0-0 2, Trey Taylor 1 0-0 3, Dakota Phillips 3 0-2 7, Totals: 12 0-4 28; 3-points: 2 Rush, 1 Taylor, 1 Phillips

PADEN CITY (3-5)

Hayden Hizer 2 1-2 6, Trey Slider 2 0-0 5, E.J. Webber 3 0-0 6, Ryan Cross 1 0-0 2, Aaron Heasley 15 1-1 34 (career high), Garrett Cross 2 0-0 4, Matt Saxton 1 1-2 3, Seth Bohrer 0 1-2 1, Anthony Newman 0 0-0 0, Marcus Allen 0 1-2 1, Totals: 26 5-9 62; 3-points: 5 (Heasley 3, Hizer 1, Slider 1)

Shooting: PC 25-41, (61%), Rebounds: PC 36 (Heasley 10, Hizer 6, Bohrer 4, Saxton 4); Assists: 17 (Hizer 7, Saxton 4, Heasley 2); Steals: 5 (Hizer 3, Newman, Heasley 1); Turnovers: 4; Blocks: 3 (Heasley 2)

Next game: Paden City at Bishop Donahue, Friday 6:00 p.m.


St. Marys 66, Ritchie County 56

St. Marys      21  10  17  18  —  66

Ritchie County      13  20  6  17  —  56

ST. MARYS (6-2)

Braden Barnhart 0 3-6 3, Noah VanZile 5 1-2 11, Walker Hashman 0 1-3 1, Will Billeter 7 2-2 17, Sam Kincaid 7 4-4 20, Evan Lamp 2 0-2 4, Chris Riggs 4 2-5 10; TOTALS: 25 13-24 66; 3-point goals: Kincaid 2, Billeter 1

RITCHIE COUNTY (2-8)

Chase Sullivan 6 4-5 18, Clayton Bee 1 1-2 4, Shawn Spencer 1 0-0 3, Travis Pickering 4 2-3 12, Shane Davis 1 2-2 5, Dylan Beall 3 0-0 7, Jacob Brannon 1 0-0 2, Ryan Morton 2 0-0 5; TOTALS: 19 9-12 56; 3-point goals: Sullivan, Pickering 2; Bee, Spencer, Davis, Beall, Morton 1

Rebounds: SM 36 (Billeter 11, Riggs 8), RC 20 (Davis, Bee 4); Assists: SM 17 (Barnhart 7, Billeter 5), RC 17 (Pickering 6, Spencer 4); Steals: SM 4 (Barnhart 2); Turnovers: SM 14, RC 13

JV score: St. Marys 46, Ritchie County 39

St. Marys leading scorer: Lamp 10

Ritchie County leading scorer: Kyler Whaley 7

Next game: Ravenswood at Ritchie County, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday; Wirt County at St. Marys, 7:30 p.m. today


River 90, Magnolia 33

Magnolia      7  7  9  10  —  33

River      34  15  30  11  —  90

MAGNOLIA (3-5)

Jake Fruner 2 4-5 8; Garrett Babe 0 0-0 0; Marco Smith 1 0-0 3; Brooks Parsons 4 2-9 10; Nick Priem 1 0-0 2; Leo Herrick 3 2-4 8; Patrick Mirandy 0 2-4 2; Eli Nice 0 0-0 0; Jarrett Moore 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 11 10-22 33; 3-point goals: Smith 1

RIVER

Cody Hupp 1 2-2 4; Parker Caretti 1 0-0 2; Luke Isaly 9 5-6 27; Wyatt Reynolds 3 0-0 6; Michael Collins 3 4-4 10; Drew Dietz 2 2-2 6; Isaac Curtis 11 1-1 33; Jordan Dodey 1 0-0 2; TOTALS: 31 14-15 90; 3-point goals: Isaly 4, Curtis 10


Ravenswood 73, Williamstown 56

Williamstown      19  15  13  9 — 56

Ravenswood      24  14  21  14 — 73

No. 7 WILLIAMSTOWN (7-4)

Cullen Cutright 2 0-0 4, Bryce Haer 1 0-2 2, Boston Caruthers 2 2-2 8, Eli Inman 1 2-2 5, Josh Folwell 4 2-2 12, Isaac Brown 7 6-6 25; 3-point goals: 17 12-14 56; 3-point goals: Brown 5, Folwell, Caruthers 2, Inman 1

No. 2 RAVENSWOOD (7-1)

Isaiah Morgan 7 0-0 20, Riley Heatherington 7 5-6 20, Hayden Mandrake 1 1-2 4, Stephen Dawson 8 0-0 18, Jayden Rhodes 4 0-0 11, Lakin Tucker 0 0-0 0, Blake Bennett 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 27 6-8 73; 3-point goals: Morgan 6, Rhodes 3, Dawson 2, Mandrake, Heatherington 1

Shooting: WT 17-37, RW 27-47 (57%); 3-pointers: W 9-19, R 13-25; Rebounds: W 13 (2 with 4), RW 28 (Heatherington 11, Dawson 9); Assists: W 10, RW 22 (Mandrake 7, Dawson, Rhodes 5); Steals: WT 6 (2 with 2), RW 4 (Mandrake 3)

JV score: WHS 60, RHS 47

JV scoring: Inman (W) 13, Eric Brown (W) 14, Chase Swain (R) 17, Nick Westenhaver (R) 11

Next game: Ravenswood at Wahama on Thursday.


Belpre 83, Federal Hocking 35

Belpre      18  21  17  27  —  83

Federal Hocking      5  11  12  7  —  35

BELPRE (3-6)

Cole Knotts 5 0-0 13, Ryan Simonette 2 0-0 4, Tojzae Reams 4 0-2 8, Brandon Simonette 1 0-0 2, Logan Adams 4 0-0 8, Jerry Richards 3 0-0 6, Mythius Houghton 5 3-4 13, Deijon Bedgood 4 3-4 11, Nate Godfrey 4 1-2 11, Jesse Collins 1 2-2 4, Jerimih Stitt 0 2-2 2; TOTALS: 33 12-16 83; 3-point goals: Cole Knotts 3, Godfrey 2

FEDERAL HOCKING (0-9)

Hatfield 1 0-0 3, Reed 4 0-0 8, Rasion 1 0-0 3, Hawk 3 3-3 11, Church 1 0-0 2, Gates 1 0-0 2, Ginld 1 0-0 2, Smith 2 0-0 4; TOTALS:

Shooting: B 33-67 (49%); Rebounds: B 40 (Bedgood 6); Assists: B 19 (Houghton 8); Steals: B 17 (Houghton, Reams 5); Turnovers: B 31

JV score: Belpre 38, Federal Hocking 36 (OT)

Next game: Belpre at Waterford, 7:30 p.m. Friday.


Warren 78, Marietta 61

Marietta      19  2  20  20  —  61

Warren      20  15  18  25  —  78

MARIETTA (5-5)

Anthony Avendano 0 0-0 0; Gage Herb 2 2-2 6; Turner Hill 5 0-0 12; Zach Deskins 4 5-6 15; Brandon Neville 0 0-0 0; Jermaine Burke 0 0-0 0; Isaac Danford 5 0-2 12; Bailey Wright 0 0-2 0; Travis Moore 3 4-4 10; Trent Dawson 2 2-2 6; Matt Altenburger 0 0-0 0; Kail Hill 0 0-0 0; Danny Hiser 0 0-0 0; Hunter Hutchison 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 21 13-18 61; 3-point goals: Hill 2, Deskins 2, Danford 2

WARREN (9-2)

Cam Bartmess 1 0-0 2; Josh Huffman 4 1-3 9; Trace Congleton 0 0-0 0; Bishop Ford 6 2-2 16; Chase Weihl 8 4-5 20; Jared Hall 1 0-0 2; Kyler Dennis 6 4-6 19; Bryce Gandee 4 0-1 10; TOTALS: 29 11-17 78; 3-point goals: Ford 2, Dennis 3, Gandee 2

Shooting: M: 21-66 (31.8 percent); W: 29-50 (58 percent); Rebounds: M: 24 (Moore 7); W: 35 (Weihl 10, Ford, Huffman 8); Turnovers: M: 9; W: 19

JV: Marietta 31, Warren 28

JV scoring: M: Derek Duckworth 5, Matt Bertram 2, Austyn Chen 13, Max Miller 2, Hunter Hutchison 9; W: Noah Nichols 13, Cole Fairbanks 7, Garrett Miller 8

Next games: New Philadelphia at Marietta, 7:30 p.m. Friday; Warren vs. Spring Valley, 6 p.m. Saturday at Rio Grande


Girls high school basketball stats

No. 7 Parkersburg 91, Capital 51

PHS      23  21  28  18  —  91

Capital      13  18  17  3  —  51

CAPITAL (2-6)

Chrisah Rush 1 0-1 2, Jertaya Hall 5 2-4 15, Janae Faucett 1 1-2 3, Alex Gray 4 5-11 13, Lauren Dall 2 0-0 4, Sade Moore 3 0-2 6, Jamisha Loveless 0 1-3 1; TOTALS: 16 9-23 51; 3-point goals: Hall 3

PHS (7-2)

Hannah Carroll 5 4-5 14, Sophia Shank 1 0-0 3, Allie Bunner 2 0-0 4, Addi Watkins 2 0-1 4, Aleea Crites 4 2-2 10, Shay-Lee Kirby 3 1-2 9, Alex Delozier 2 2-2 6, Taiven Clark 3 1-4 8, Bre Wilson 5 5-6 15, Madi Richards 6 6-6 18; TOTALS: 33 21-28 91; 3-point goals: Shank 1, Kirby 2, Clark 1

Shooting: C 16-41 (39%), P 33-69 (48%); Rebounds: C 25 (Allen 5, Bible 4), P 35 (Mace 6, Kirby 5, Bunner 4); Steals: P 23 (Kirby 9), C 8; Turnovers: P 16, C 36

Next game: Woodrow Wilson at PHS, 7:30 p.m. Thursday


Tyler Consolidated 81, No. 12 Parkersburg Catholic 64

Tyler       14  20  19  28 — 81

Catholic       10  22  15  17 — 64

TYLER (2-8)

Aleah Black 7 1-2 15, Joralda Rice 5 4-4 14, Miranda Weekley 1 0-1 2, Autumn Wells 0 0-0 0, JoLee Walton 6 9-10 23, Peyton Kocher 5 0-0 11, Josey Jones 5 5-7 15, Cora Grimm 0 1-2 1,TOTALS: 29 20-26 81. 3-point goals: Walton 2, Kocher 1

CATHOLIC (7-3)

Julia Ambrozy 0 0-0 0, Reagan Shriver 0 0-0 0, Alexis Saunders 9 3-5 24, Olivia Ullman 3 0-2 8, Madeline Huffman 1 1-2 3, Mikayla Alkire 3 7-10 13, Emma Gardner 4 8-8 16, TOTALS: 20 19-27 64. 3-point goals: Saunders 3, Ullman 2

Next games: Tyler Roundball Classic Thursday and Saturday; Parkersburg Catholic vs. Frontier at St. Marys Thursday


Teays Valley Christian 51, Wood County Christian 30

WCC       6   6   11   7 – 30

Teays Valley      5   12   21   13- 51

WOOD COUNTY CHRISTIAN

Sarah Barnes 7 5-10 19, Abby Blauser 1 1-2 3, Emily Browning 2 1-2 5, Holly Haught 0 0-0 0, Anna Ward 0 0-1 0, Hannah Headley 0 0-3 0, Kristen Hauser 0 1-4 1, Hannah Davis 0 0-0 0, Sydney Strause 0 2-2 2, Alexis Shutts 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 10 10-25 30

TEAYS VALLEY CHRISTIAN

Holly Edwards 13 2-4 30, Emily Hatfield 3 1-2 10, Maddie Lambert 3 0-0 7, Katie Lucas 1 0-0 2, Rachel Cottrill 1 0-0 2, Anna Stevenson 0 0-0 0; 3-point goals: Edwards 2, Hatefield 3, Lambert 1; Totals: 21 3-6 61

Note: Barnes had a triple-double, fifth in school history. 1000th rebound for career, first in school history.

Shooting: WCC 10-45; Rebounds: WCC 53 (Barnes 22) Assists: 7 (Blauser 2, Browning 2); Steals: 25 (Barnes 12); Blocks: 4 (Davis 2); Turnovers: 44


Williamstown 71, Ritchie County 64

Ritchie County      16  17  10  21 — 64

Williamstown      19  17  18  17 — 71

RITCHIE COUNTY (7-5)

Abi Haught 3 0-0 8, Cassie Tallman 6 0-0 14, Hayleah Minor 1 1-2 3, Stephanie Kirk 9 5-8 23, Lauren Fleshler 1 0-0 2, Andrea Kirk 0 0-0 2, Ashley Davis 2 0-0 5, Samantha Kirk 4 1-2 9; TOTALS: 26 7-14 64; 3-point goals: Tallman, Haught 2, Davis 1

WILLIAMSTOWN (8-3)

BreeAnn Reynolds 2 0-0 5, Ashley Morris 5 8-8 18, Jenna Pridemore 1 0-0 3, Courtney Dotson 2 1-4 6, Izzy Erb 1 2-2 5, Victoria Clark 2 0-0 5, Bethany Wager 2 0-0 5, Samantha Dedrick 0 5-6 5, Brooke Stewart 3 2-3 8, Bethany Arnold 4 3-7 11; TOTALS: 22 21-30 71; 3-point goals: Reynolds, Pridemore, Dotson, Erb, Clark, Wager 1

Shooting: RC 26-61 (42.6%), WT 22-58; Rebounds: RC 28 (St. Kirk, Sa. Kirk 6), WT 42 (Arnold 9, Stewart, Dotson 8); Assists: RC 14 (St. Kirk 7), WT 11 (Morris 4, Dotson 3); Steals: RC 8 (Tallman 4), WT 12 (Morris 4); Turnovers: RC 15, WT 16

JV score: WHS 67, Ritchie 16

JV scoring: Mara Rinehart (W) 18

Next game: St. Marys at Williamstown on Tuesday.

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