High School Basketball Roundup


Spring Valley 67, Warren 60

RIO GRANDE, Ohio — Spring Valley’s CJ Meredith led all scorers with 30 points as the Timberwolves came away with the win againist Warren Warriors with the final score of 67-60 Thursday.

Noah Nichols led the Warriors with 25 points. Warren led 29-27 at halftime, but Spring Valley outscored the Warriors 17-11 in the third quarter and 23-20 in the fourth to claim the win. Seth Dennis added 13 points for WHS while Clay Miller chipped in 11.

Chase Maynard contributed 11 points to the Spring Valley cause while Graeson Malashevich complemented Meredith with 19 points.


Monroe Central 61, Shenandoah 47

WOODSFIELD — Kalista Friday inished with game-highs of 16 points, six steals and five assists here Thursday evening to help lead host Monroe Central to a 61-47 Pioneer Valley Conference victory versus Shenandoah.

The Seminoles, now 5-6 overall and 3-1 in the PVC with a game Monday at Barnesville, only led 18-17 after one, but used a 21-10 advantage in the second quarter to take control.

Trista Morris added 15 points, Sydney Yoho had 10 while Amy Bettinger, Haylynn Hiles and Kirsten Friday chipped in eight markers apiece for Monroe Central. Bettinger tied Zep Raegan Flood, who had nine points, for game-high rebounding honors with eight apiece.

Shenandoah (5-6, 2-2) received double figuring scoring efforts from Mackenzie Lynch (14) and Brooklyn May (10).

Ritchie County 53, St. Marys 41

ST. MARYS — Up 26-24 at halftime, Ritchie County pulled away from host St. Marys in the second half for a 53-41 victory Thursday night.

Ashley Davis led all scorers, pouring in 21 for the Rebels (5-6). Abi Haught added 11 while Andra Kirk chipped in 10 for Ritchie.

St. Marys (3-4) was led by Olivia DeWeese’s 12 points. Lara Fetty added nine points and seven rebounds for the Blue Devils, who visit Ravenswood Saturday.