Prep Basketball Roundup


Williamstown 62, Magnolia 37

NEW MARTINSVILLE — Scott Sauro’s Yellowjackets connected on seven treys in cruising to a 5-0 mark after a 62-37 road win over Magnolia Saturday.

Six different players hit triples for the Yellowjackets, who led by 10 going in to halftime.

Trent Lynch, who nailed a 3, and Cullen Cutright led the visitors in scoring with 12 points. Baylor Haught finished with nine markers.

Trevor Williamson led Dave Tallman’s squad, who remains winless on the season, with 14 markers. He was the only Blue Eagle to score in double digits. Trent Scheibelhood’s seven markers was the next highest tally.

Parkersburg Catholic 80, Tyler Consolidated 44

KIDWELL — Jeb Boice led all scorers with 26 points as Parkersburg Catholic nearly doubled up host Tyler Consolidated, 80-44, Saturday.

Boice nailed five 3-pointers in the game, dished out six assists and tallied three steals. Catholic, now 3-1 overall, also got 21 points from Cade Ullman, 12 from Patrick Copen and 11 from Peyton Amrine.

Tyler West’s double-double paced Tyler Consolidated (4-2). West scored 18 points and grabbed 14 boards. Mark Rucker added 15 points for the Silver Knights, who are at St. Marys Friday.

Catholic returns home Saturday to play host to Ravenswood.

Ripley 68, Calvary Baptist 56

RIPLEY — Isaac Putnam filled up the stats sheet in Ripley’s 68-56 win over Calvary Baptist Saturday in the finals of the Viking Holiday Hoops Tournament.

Putnam finished with 25 points, eight rebounds, four assists, two blocks — all team-highs — and was tied for the team lead with four steals.

Ripley trailed 23-17 after a quarter before rallying for a 36-35 halftime lead. The Vikings stretched their advantage to three, 48-45, after the third quarter before pulling away in the fourth.

Isaiah Riffe tallied 11 points and four steals while Tobias Scholl added 10 points and Timmy Wickersham netted nine points and four steals.

Calvary Baptist, which turned the ball over 21 times in the game to Ripley’s 11, was led by Robert Clutter’s 16 points. Issac Massie added 15 points and nine assists while Luke Pauly chipped in 10 points and Jordan Ruby registered six points and eight boards.

Sissonville 57, Ravenswood 44

RAVENSWOOD — Tied at 30-all going into the fourth quarter, Ravenswood was outscored 27-14 in the final eight minutes by Sissonville as the Red Devils fell 57-44 Saturday.

Ravenswood (1-4) got 20 points from Devin Gaines, 10 points from Trey Mandrake and a five-point, six-rebound effort from Zach Burgess in the loss. The Devils will look to bounce back Thursday when they play host to Southern.

Sissonville (2-3) received a game-high 23 points from Will Hackney to go along with Andrew Burdette’s 14 and Brody Danberry’s 11.

Ravenswood shot just 33 percent (14 for 43) from the floor.


Marietta 79, Coshocton 22

COSHOCTON, Ohio — Jessica Smith and Hannah Kroft scored 17 points apiece as Marietta High defeated host Coshocton 79-22 Saturday.

Also scoring in double figures for the Tigers were Emma Pfeifer with 13, Morgan Altenburger with 12 and Tia Jarvis with 11.

Marietta converted 12 3-pointers in the contest.

The Tigers are back in action Thursday when they play host to Williamstown.

Warren 41, Ironton 28

IRONTON, Ohio — Olivia Alloway scored 13 points, nine in the third quarter, to lead the Warriors (6-3) to a victory over the Fighting Tigers (4-4) in the Ironton Classic.

Molly Grayson scored 12 for Warren, which took a 6-5 lead on Alloway’s basket at 4:45 of the first quarter and never trailed after that.

The Warriors led 23-13 against an injury depleted Ironton team playing without starters Lexie Arden and Samantha Lafon. Ironton also lost Kameren Arden to an ankle injury in the second half as Warren built the lead to 21 points.

The Tigers chipped away and pulled within 38-28 after an Elli Williams basket with 1:57 left, but never moved closer.

“You can’t get behind by 20 and win very often,” Ironton coach Doug Graham said.

Riley Schreck led the Tigers with 11 points.

Wahama 49, Ravenswood 40

MASON — Hannah Rose scored a game-high 19 points as Wahama dispatched visiting Ravenswood 49-40 Saturday.

The Red Devils were led by Libby Hall’s 17 points. Shelby Howard added 14 points while Kiera Curtis led the team in rebounding with six.

The White Falcons saw Emma Gibbs tally nine points and Torre VanMatre contribute eight on 8 for 11 from the free-throw line.

Wahama kept Ravenswood from getting in rhythm offensively as the Devils shot just 24 percent (13 for 55) from the floor.


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