PREP ROUNDUP: Malin, St. Clairsville Take Down Ault, Bellaire, 53-34
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The homesteading St. Clairsville girls basketball team avenged an earlier loss by virtue of a strong four-quarter performance against Bellaire en route to a 53-34 win.
The Red Devils were led by Megan Malin’s 23 points.
Alexis Thoburn and Shae Brookover went for 12 and 11 points, respectively.
Bellaire was led by Alli Ault’s 20 points.
Union Local 72
Martins Ferry 26
MORRISTOWN — Reagan Vinskovich tallied 19 points as Union Local defeated Martins Ferry.
Hannah Merritt added 18 points for the Jets while Torre Kildow netted 15.
Maria Clark had 10 points for the Purple Riders.
Harrison Central 45 Barnesville 40
CADIZ — The Huskies picked up their sixth win of the season by toppling Barnesville.
The Huskies were led by Audrey Corder’s 14. McKayla Dunkle had 11 and Britton Positano added 10.
The Shamrocks were led by Halle Markovich’s 19.
Conotton Valley 33
RICHMOND — Edison won its third contest in the last four games by defeating Conotton Valley.
Olivia Huff led the Wildcats (3-8) with 11 points.
River 51, Toronto 30
TORONTO — Kelsey Harlan secured 18 points as River defeated Toronto. Hannah Raper had 13 points for the Pilots.
Andrea Reeves and Maddie Anderson each scored six points to lead the Red Knights.
Indian Creek 63
Beaver Local 15
WINTERSVILLE — Indian Creek continued its dominate way following a victory over Beaver Local.
Taylor Jones led the Redskins (10-1) with 16 points.
Kylie Kiger collected 14 points.
Makenzie Taylor scored 13, and Hailey Clark added 11.
Monroe Central 44
SHADYSIDE — Baylee Wach gunned in 18 points while sophomore Gentry Brown had a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds as Shadyside defeated Monroe Central.
Tory Hendershot also had 15 for the victorious Tigers.
Kalista Friday paced the Seminoles with 28 points.
Harrison Central 49
STEUBENVILLE — Zion Sawyer tallied 17 points as Steubenville defeated Harrison Central. Phaeton Hill produced 11 points for Big Red.
For the Huskies, Kobe Mitchell had 28 points.