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GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Hiland 46, River 36

March 1, 2013 NEW PHILADELPHIA — For the second consecutive season, state-ranked Hiland has ended River’s season. However, it wasn’t as easy this time around. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 53, Bridgeport 49

February 22, 2013 MORRISTOWN — Cassidy McCullough scored a game-best 25 points as she led river to a four-point victory against Bridgeport, ending a magical season for the Bulldogs. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Bridgeport, River To Meet Again

February 19, 2013 MORRISTOWN — The outcome is the most important objective in tournament basketball, but not even that was enough to stop River coach Rick Isaly from shaking his head. “What can you say?” Isaly asked. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Fort Frye Repeats As Champs

February 10, 2013 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — River just couldn’t get into the flow Saturday afternoon. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 56, Shenandoah 39

February 7, 2013 HANNIBAL —Landyn Ramsay scored 14 points to lead a balanced attack as River beat Shenandoah and advanced the the Class 3A Final. Cassidy McCullough added 12 points for the Pilots. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Shadyside 55, River 44

January 29, 2013 HANNIBAL — Hayley Holenka scored 18 points and Karli Bonar had 14 as Shadyside downed River. Kenzie Fielding added 12 points for the Tigers. more »»

Girls' Basketball: River 60, St. Clairsville 48

January 19, 2013 HANIBAL — Laken Ramsey finished the night with a game-high 21 points as River beat St. Clairsville. more »»

Girls' Basketball: River Puts End To Bridgeport’s Run

January 14, 2013 BRIDGEPORT — River’s revenge tour continued Monday night in in a matchup of OVAC leaders. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Pilots Get Best Of Red Devils

January 13, 2013 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Rick Isaly knew his River girls’ basketball team was drained after an emotional week that featured games with OVAC heavyweights Fort Frye and Shadyside, which the Pilots split. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Shadyside 61, River 49

January 11, 2013 SHADYSIDE — Karli Bonar hit seven 3-pointers and wound up with 29 points as she led Shadyside past River. Haley Holenka added three from downtown on her way to 21 for the Tigers. more »»

Girls' Basketball: River 46, Fort Frye 42

January 8, 2013 HANNIBAL — Jensen Caretti scored 15 points as River defeated Fort Frye. Laken Ramsey added 12 for the Pilots. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 65 Magnolia 32

January 6, 2013 NEW MARTINSVILLE — Cassidy McCullough had 20 points and Laken Ramsay 11 as River moved to 10-2 with a victory against Magnolia. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 71, Monroe Central 59

January 4, 2013 HANNIBAL — Jensen Caretti put up 24 points as River defeated Monroe Central. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 56, Buckeye Trail 31

December 28, 2012 OLD WASHINGTON — Laken Ramsay scored a game-high 12 points as River beat Buckeye Trail. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 60, Frontier 46

December 14, 2012 HANNIBAL — Laken Ramsay scored 19 points and had five assists, while Cassidy McCullough added 15 points as they paced River past Frontier. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Bridgeport 44, River 42

December 11, 2012 HANNIBAL —Caitlyn Kroll scored 14 points and Maclaine Murad added 11 as Bridgeport rallied past River. Kaitlyn Benda added a team-best eight rebounds for the Bulldogs (5-0. more »»

Girls' Basketball: River 51, Buckeye Trail 31

November 30, 2012 HANNIBAL —Cassidy McCullough scored 24 points and Jensen Caretti added nine as River beat Buckeye Trail Leading the way for the Warriors was Kaleigh Smith with nine points. more »»

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: River 65, Caldwell 32

November 27, 2012 CALDWELL — Freshman Jensen Caretti scored 14 points as River took a 30-7 lead after one quarter and cruised from ther. more »»

Pilots Are Experienced

November 27, 2012 HANNIBAL — Last season at this time, Rick Isaly had trouble coming up with a starting five because of youth and inexperienc. more »»

Dragons Could Be Explosive

November 27, 2012 CAMERON — As Chad Clutter returns for his fourth season guiding the Cameron boys, he has four players back in the fold that have have him thinking good things may be in store. more »»

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