High School Basketball Roundup

GIRLS

Magnolia 60, Ritchie County 54

NEW MARTINSVILLE — Mady Winters posted a career-high 33 points to go along with 21 rebounds for a monster performance in Magnolia’s 60-54 win over Ritchie County Thursday.

Kyndra Pilant added 18 points and 22 rebounds to give the Blue Eagles (10-7) a pair of double-doubles.

Ritchie was paced by Abi Haught’s 17 points and Cassie Tallman’s 16 points. Ashley Davis added 12 for the Rebels, who trailed just 28-27 at halftime but got outscored 24-7 in the third quarter.

Roane 67, Calhoun 37

MT. ZION — Lucille Westfall went off for game-highs of 30 points and 20 rebounds Thursday night to help lead visiting Roane County to an easy 67-37 victory against Calhoun County.

The 11-6 Raiders, who play Saturday afternoon at Lewis County, also had an 11-point effort from Kim Waggoner. Silken Harlan added nine counters and Danielle Godbey seven for Roane County.

Katie Jones tallied 12 points for the Red Devils, who also got nine points from Madison Dennis and seven markers by Tori Carpenter.

Fort Frye 44, Frontier 31

BEVERLY — Visiting Frontier had things even at six-all after one, but Fort Frye outscored the Cougars 30-12 in the middle two quarters here Thursday night en route to a 44-31 victory.

The 15-3 Cadets, who play Saturday afternoon at rival Waterford, were led in scoring by Kiersten Kesselring (11), Karlee Ross (10) and Lexi Huck (nine). FFHS standout Morgan Borich, who was playing with an illness, pitched in seven markers.

Kylie Daugherty’s 14 points were a game-high for the 3-15 Cougars, who also received a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds from Logan Haught.

Tyler Consolidated 60, Ravenswood 53

RAVENSWOOD — Josey Jones scored a game-high 23 points to lift Tyler Consolidated to a 60-53 road victory over Ravenswood Thursday.

Amanda Reynolds added 16 points for the Silver Knights, who led just 20-18 after a quarter but stretched their advantage to 51-32 going into the final period.

The Red Devils got 18 and 17 points from Ali Westenhaver and Annie Hunt, respectively. Westenhaver added 10 rebounds for a double-double.

Barnesville 45, Caldwell 40

CALDWELL — Visiting Barnesville held off Caldwell for a 45-40 victory Thursday.

The Redskins, who dropped to 5-12 on the year, got 10 points from Kelsey Swick, nine from Julia Griffith and eight apiece from Cayton Secrest and Mariah Ackley. Secrest also chipped in seven rebounds and three steals while Ackley blocked three shots.

Caldwell plays host to Beallsville at noon on Saturday.

Shenandoah 52, Monroe Central 37

WOODSFIELD — Monroe Central was right with Shenandoah for three quarters Thursday, trailing 31-25 with eight minutes to go.

But the Zeps outscored the Seminoles 21-12 in the final period to pull away for a 52-37 victory.

Taylor Franklin’s 19 points led Shenandoah (14-5) while Jaci Clifton added 12 and Brooklyn May and Danny Dimmerling netted eight apiece.

Monroe Central (4-16) got 14 points from Sierra Rainey and 11 from Sydney Yoho in the loss.

BOYS

Buffalo 47, Wirt County 46

BUFFALO — Wirt County rallied in the fourth quarter, but fell one point short.

The Tigers dropped a 47-46 decision Thursday at Buffalo to drop to 4-11 on the year.

Hunter Hickman led Wirt with 16 points while Trenton Burdette and Blake Batten added 11 and nine, respectively.

Buffalo was paced by Alec Hanshaw’s 14 and Jackson England’s 10.

Warren 51, Meadowbrook 44

BYESVILLE — Troy Huck and Josh Huffman led Warren to a 51-44 road victory over Meadowbrook Thursday.

Huffman scored a game-high 21 points while Huck netted 19 for the Warriors, who improved to 13-5 on the year.

Warren held Meadowbrook standout point guard Trey Singleton to 16 points. The Colts, who beat Warren earlier this year in Vincent, fell to 11-5.

The Warriors, who play Chillicothe at home Saturday, led 14-11 after a quarter and 26-20 at halftime.

Ritchie County 60, St. Marys 55

ELLENBORO — Gabe Murphy tallied a game-high 22 points as host Ritchie County edged St. Marys 60-55 Thursday night.

Ritchie (5-10) also got 13 markers from Chase Sullivan and a dozen from Clayton Bee.

St. Marys (4-9) was led point-wise by Evan Lamp with 18, Peyton Auxier with 11 and 10 each from Richard Dornon and William Steele.

Next outings for both teams are WVHIT 3rd-round games: St. Marys at Valley Wetzel today and Ritchie at South Harrison at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Parkersburg South 62, Ripley 32

Ripley 6 7 5 14 — 32

South 17 19 11 15 — 62

No. 13 RIPLEY (10-6)

Taylor Kennedy 1 0-0 3, Lexi Miller 0 1-2 1, Tessa Ray 0 0-0 0, Presley Fisher 1 2-6 4, Mary Pierson 1 0-0 2, Lauren Roush 0 0-0 0, Jadyn Simon 0 2-2 2, Grace Walsh 0 0-0 0, Katelyn Sarver 1 0-0 3, Jaelyn Hunt 5 0-0 15, Taylor Moore 1 0-0 2; TOTALS: 10 5-10 32; 3-point goals: Hunt 5, Kennedy, Sarver 1

No. 4 PARKERSBURG SOUTH (14-3)

Savannah Hays 1 0-0 2, Charity Anderson 2 0-0 5, Devin Hefner 1 0-0 3, Allyssa Wilson 3 0-0 6, Allie Taylor 5 0-0 12, Kenzie Johnson 1 0-0 2, Amber Flinn 1 0-0 2, Catreena Shears 0 0-0 0, Rylee Harner 3 2-2 8, Ashleigh Utt 1 0-0 2, Makenna Winans 4 3-4 11, Sierra Hays 3 0-0 9, Ellie Foggin 0 0-0 0, Nakia Bracy 0 0-0 0; TOTALS: 25 5-6 62; 3-point goals: Si. Hays 3, Taylor 2, Anderson, Hefner 1

Shooting: Rip 10-33 (30.3%), PS 25-54 (46.3%); 3-pointers: Rip 7-12, PS 7-20; Rebounds: Rip 19 (Ray 4, Fisher 3), PS 37 (Winans 9, Wilson 7); Assists: Rip 7 (Roush, Sarver, Hunt 2), PS 16 (Wilson, Si. Hays 4, Johnson 3); Steals: Rip 8 (Ray, Moore 2), PS 15 (Si. Hays 4, 5 with 2); Blocks: Rip 6 (Fisher 4), PS 3 (Winans 2, Taylor 1); Turnovers: Rip 22, PS 13

JV score: South 48, Ripley 45

JV scoring: Rip – Roush 16, Simon 8, Walsh 6, Moore 15; PS – Flinn 14, Shears 14, Makayla Sirk 2, Foggin 2, Bracy 6, Aubrey Snyder 10

Next games: Ripley vs. South Charleston on Monday at W.Va. State; Parkersburg South at Brooke on Monday in OVAC 5A semifinal.

Roane 67, Calhoun 37

Roane 17 12 20 18 — 67

Calhoun 8 5 9 15 — 37

ROANE COUNTY (11-6)

Danielle Godbey 2 2-4 7, Olivia Mace 1 2-3 4, Lexi Wright 1 0-0 2, Lucille Westfall 11 8-10 30, Courtney Burgess 1 2-2 4, Silken Harlan 3 3-7 9, Kim Waggoner 5 1-4 11; TOTALS: 24 18-31 67; 3-point goal: Godbey 1

CALHOUN COUNTY

Karlie Whited 0 2-6 2, Katie Jones 5 0-2 12, Whitney Stevens 1 0-0 3, Kaylin Parsons 1 0-0 2, Madison Dennis 2 5-5 9, Erika Newell 1 0-0 2, Tori Carpenter 1 5-7 7; TOTALS: 11 12-20 37; 3-point goals: Jones 2, Stevens 1

Roane note: Westfall 20 boards

Next game: Roane County at Lewis County 1 p.m. (JV start) on Saturday.

Barnesville 45, Caldwell 40

Barnesville 11 9 14 11 — 45

Caldwell 7 8 15 10 — 40

BARNESVILLE

P. Morgan 1 0-2 2; S. Powell 4 4-7 12; A. Starr 2 0-0 4; M. Conner 1 0-0 2; S. Leach 1 0-0 2; A. Carpenter 3 5-8 14; D. Christman 3 2-5 8; R. Stephens 1; TOTALS: 15 12-27 45; 3-point goals: Carpenter 3

CALDWELL (5-12)

Cayton Secrest 3 2-2 8; Julia Griffith 2 4-4 9; Cloe Siddle 1 0-0 2; Lexie Weisend 0 0-0 0; Hallie Morganstern 0 0-0 0; Kelsey Zwick 2 6-7 10; Megan Zwick 1 0-0 3; Mariah Ackley 4 0-0 8; TOTALS: 13 12-13 40; 3-point goals: Griffith 1, M. Zwick 1

Rebounds: B: 26 (Christman 8); C: 27 (Secrest 7); Assists: B: 14 (Powell 5); C: 8 (Secrest 3); Steals: B: 7 (Powell 3); C: 9 (Weisend, Siddle 3); Blocks: B: 1; C: 6 (Ackley 3); Turnovers: B: 16; C: 15

Next game: Beallsville at Caldwell, noon Saturday

Magnolia 60, Ritchie County 54

Ritchie 10 17 7 20 — 54

Magnolia 15 13 24 8 — 60

RITCHIE COUNTY

Haidyn Depinho 1 0-0 2; Abi Haught 7 0-0 17; Cassie Tallman 4 8-11 16; Andrea Kirk 0 3-3 3; Aleya Stanley 1 2-4 4; Ashley Davis 4 0-0 12; TOTALS: 17 13-18 54; 3-point goals: Haught 3, Davis 4

MAGNOLIA (10-7)

Kennedy Parsons 1 3-6 5; Logan Riggs 0 2-2 2; Kyndra Pilant 7 4-15 18; Maddie Winters 12 9-14 33; Leneica Grimm 0 1-1 1; Laura Smith 0 1-2 1; TOTALS: 20 20-41 60

Rebounds: M: 52 (Winters 21, Pilant 22); Assists: M: Riggs 3; Steals: M: Riggs 3

JV: Ritchie 15, Magnolia 13

JV leading scorers: M: Grimm 8; R: Lauren Flesher 9

Next games: Madonna at Magnolia, noon Saturday; Ritchie at St. Marys Monday

Waterford 58, Belpre 21

Belpre 1 8 5 7 — 21

Waterford 8 27 12 11 — 58

BELPRE (11-7, 9-6 TVC)

Jaylynn Linton 0 0-0 0, Sydney Spencer 3 1-2 8, Khyleigh Scott 0 0-0 0, Sarah Packard 0 0-0 0, Kyna Waderker 3 3 1-1 7, Lakin Hupp 0 0-0 0, Curstin Giffin 0 2-2 2, Kyanna Ray 1 1-2 5, Totals: 7 5-7 21. 3-point goals: Spencer, Ray.

WATERFORD (16-1, 15-0 TVC)

Hannah Duff 1 0-0 3, Emily Kern 2 0-0 4, Kenzie Dietz 2 1-2 5, Sydney Huffman 0 0-0 0, Rachael Adams 3 0-0 6, Brianna Hart 3 2-2 8, Alicia Dickinson 0 0-0 0, Megan Ball 5 0-0 10, Alli Kern 5 2-2 12, Hayley Duff 4 0-0 8, Maggie Huffman 0 0-0 0, Morgan Lang 1 0-0 2, Riley Schwikart 0 0-0 0, Totals: 26 5-6 58. 3-point goals: Hannah Duff.

Shooting: B: 7-25 (28%), W: 26-64 (40.6%), 3-point shooting: B: 2-13 (15.4%) W: 1-12 (8.3%), Rebounds: 15 (Waderker 8), W: 37 (Ball 7, Kern 7, Dietz 6), Assists: B: 4 (Giffin 2), W: 10 (Ball 4), Steals: B: 4 (Giffin 2), W: 20 (E. Kern 4), Turnovers: B: 31, W: 11.

JV (2 Quarters):Waterford 19 Belpre 10

JV scoring: W: Riley Schweikart 6, Alicia Dickinson 5 Brier Offenberger 4, Maggie Huffman 2, Kateri Brooker 2, B: Emma Hodgson 6, Jaylynn Linton 2, Khyleigh Scott 2.

Next games: Fort Frye at Waterford, noon Saturday; Paint Valley at Belpre Saturday

Fort Frye 44, Frontier 31

Frontier 6 6 6 13 — 31

Fort Frye 6 19 11 8 — 44

FRONTIER (3-15)

Kylie Daugherty 5 3-4 14, Haley Bills 1 0-0 2, Logan Haught 4 2-2 11, Katelyn Tidd 0 0-0 0, Isabella Rinard 1 0-0 2, Abigail Eddy 0 0-0 0, Summer Fry 0 0-0 0, LaRae Henthorn 1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 12 5-6 31. 3pt goals: Daugherty 1, Haught 1

FORT FRYE (15-3)

Morgan Borich 2 2-2 7, Kelsey Adkins 2 0-0 5, Lexi Huck 2 4-4 9, Liv Schneider 1 0-0 2, Kiersten Kesselring 2 7-9 11, Karlee Ross 4 2-3 10, Natalie Pomroy 0 0-0 0, Mahala Mankins 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 13 15-18 44. 3pt goals: Borich 1, Adkins 1, Huck 1.

Shooting: F 12-, FF 13-49 (26.5 percent); Rebounds: F 27 (Haught12), FF n/a; Assists: F 7 (Daugherty 2), FF 11 (Huck 4); Steals: F 4 (Daugherty 2), FF 4 (Huck 2); Turnovers: F 17, FF 5

Next game: Fort Frye at Waterford, noon Saturday

Shenandoah 52, Monroe Central 37

Shenandoah 16 7 8 21 — 52

Monroe Central 11 7 7 12 — 37

SHENANDOAH (14-5)

Jaci Clifton 4 2-2 12; Taylor Franklin 6 5-9 19; Molli Carter 0 1-4 1; Faith Dimmerling 1 1-2 3; Danny Dimmerling 1 6-9 8; Brooklyn May 2 4-8 8; Ragan Flood 0 1-2 1; TOTALS: 14 20-36 52; 3-point goals: Clifton 2, Franklin 2

MONROE CENTRAL (4-16)

Cassidy Rainey 1 0-0 2; Sierra Rainey 6 0-2 14; Sydney Yoho 4 0-0 11; Haven Dick 0 0-0 0; Rose Lucio 0 0-0 0; Allee Zwick 0 0-0 0; Amy Bettinger 3 0-0 6; Kirsten Friday 2 0-0 4; TOTALS: 15 0-2 37; 3-point goals: S. Rainey 2, Yoho 3

Shooting: S: 14-49 (29%); M: 11-25 (44%); Rebounds: S: 22 (Clifton, May 4); M: 14 (Bettinger 5, Friday 4); Assists: S: 10 (Clifton 3); M: 6 (Zwick 4); Steals: S: 12 (Clifton 6); M: 5 (Friday 4); Turnovers: S: 11; M: 21

JV: Monroe Central 34, Shenandoah 27

JV leading scorers: S: Flood 12, Lynch 10; M: Gehrig 7, Dick 7

Tyler Consolidated 60, Ravenswood 53

Tyler 20 20 11 9 — 60

Ravenswood 18 10 4 21 — 53

TYLER CONSOLIDATED

JoLee Walton 4 0-0 8; Amanda Reynolds 4 7-7 16; Miranda Weekley 0 0-0 0; Alexa Johnson 1 0-4 2; Regan Smith 1 0-0 2; Peyton Kocher 2 0-0 6; Josey Jones 10 3-5 23; Summer Miller 0 0-0 0; Cora Grimm 1 0-0 3; TOTALS: 23 10-16 60; 3-point goals: Reynolds 1, Kocher 2, Grimm 1

RAVENSWOOD

Maddie Schiefer 0 0-0 0; Hunter Gorrell 1 0-0 3; Skyler Varney 1 0-0 2; Kayla Liptrap 0 5-8 5; Annie Hunt 4 7-8 17; Ali Westenhaver 7 4-5 18; Kiera Curtis 0 2-2 2; Shelby Howard 2 2-2 6; TOTALS: 15 20-25 53; 3-point goals: Gorrell 1, Hunt 2

Ravenswood: Rebounds: 25 (Westenhaver 10, Hunt 6); Assists: 9 (Schiefer 3); Steals: 12 (Westenhaver 4)

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ritchie County 60, St. Marys 55

St. Marys 13 13 13 16 — 55

Ritchie 15 18 10 17 — 60

ST. MARYS (4-9)

Peyton Auxier 4 1-2 11, Cameron Miller 3 0-0 6, Evan Lamp 7 0-0 18, Cameron Ekas 0 0-2 0, Richard Dornon 4 2-4 10, William Steele 3 2-2 10, TOTALS: 21 5-10 55

RITCHIE (5-10)

Chase Sullivan 3 6-6 13, Clayton Bee 4 1-2 12, Devin Williams 1 0-0 2, Gabe Murphy 7 7-10 22, Tatem McCloy 2 0-1 4, Ryan Morton 1 1-2 3, Jacob Brannon 1 2-2 4, TOTALS: 19 17-23 60

Stats

Ritchie: 19-39 FG, 24 rebounds (Murphy 8), 14 assists (Bee and Morton 5 each), 4 steals (Williams 2), 9 turnovers

St. Marys: 21-62 FG, 25 rebounds (Dornon 11), 15 assists (Steele 8), 6 steals (Steele 2), 5 turnovers

Next games: St. Marys at Valley Wetzel today in WVHIT 3rd round; Ritchie at South Harrison 7:30 p.m. Saturday in another WVHIT 3rd-round game

Bridgeport 55, Frontier 48

FRONTIER

G.Ward 5, 0-0 10; Curtis 1, 0-0 3; Howell 6, 0-3 12; Minder 4, 0-1 9; Hoff 0, 0-2 0; Brookover 2, 0-0 4; Smitley 0, 0-0 0; West 5, 0-2 10. Totals: 23, 0-8 48; 3-point goals: Curtis, Minder

BRIDGEPORT

Ray 5, 2-2 13; Mac.Doyle 8, 3-4 21; Simmons 3, 0-1 7; Man.Doyle 1, 0-0 2; Justice 4, 2-4 11; 0, 1-2 1; Allen 0, 0-0 0. Totals: 21, 8-13 55. 3-point goals: Mac.Doyle (2), Ray, Simmons, Justice.

Warren 51, Meadowbrook 44

Warren 14 12 11 14 — 51

Meadowbrook 11 9 9 15 — 44

WARREN (13-5)

Thomas Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Noah Nichols 1-2 0-0 3, Josh Huffman 8-12 2-2 21, Troy Huck 8-14 0-1 19, Jared Hall 3-4 0-0 6, Seth Dennis 1-1 0-0 2, Bryce Knost 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-37 2-3 51. 3-point goals: Huck 3, Huffman, Nichols

MEADOWBROOK (11-5)

Trey Singleton 8-15 0-0 16, Bobby Feyko 4-8 0-0 8, Davis Black 3-6 0-0 6, Easton Black 0-1 0-0 0, Peyton Neff 2-7 0-0 5, Dalton Wood 2-2 0-0 6, Addy Black 0-2 1-2 1, Dylan Webster 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-40 1-2 44. 3-point goals: Singleton 2, Wood 2, Neff

Rebounds: WHS 14 (Huffman 4, Huck 3; MHS 23 (E. Black 6, D. Black 4, A. Black 4, Singleton 3, Feyko 3). Assists: WHS 8 (Williams 2, Huffman 2, Hall 2); MHS 11 (E. Black 5, Neff 2, Feyko 2). Steals: WHS 9 (Miller 2, Huck 2, Hall 2, Dennis 2); MHS 7 (D. Black 3). Turnovers: WHS 14; MHS 20.

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