PREP ROUNDUP: Union Local Girls Get Win Against Shadyside
MORRISTOWN — Union Local bounced back from a tough loss on Saturday with a big, repeat victory over Shadyside, 81-57 on Monday.
Reagan Vinskovich continued to score points in bunches. She led all scorers with 27 points. Classmate Torre Kildow added 22 and junior Hannah Merritt finished with 13.
Shadyside was led by senior ace Baylee Wach, who pumped in 17, including five bonus goals. Junior Paige Gorby and sophomore Gentry Brown each had 11.
Steubenville 59, Bellaire 40
STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville outscored Bellaire 17-2 in the third quarter en route to a victory.
Kylie Maxwell tallied a double-double for Big Red with 15 points and 10 rebounds while Myla Fleming had a game-high 16 points. Makayla Abram was also solid with 14 points.
Kaleigh Leigh paced the Big Reds with 12 points.
Steubenville Catholic 44
BEALLSVILLE — The homestanding Blue Devils owned a 10-point lead at halftime and went on to post the repeat win over Steubenville Catholic.
Beallsville was led by Makenna Phillips’ 22 points. Halley Bommer and Cheyenne Riley each had 11 points.
Katie Zatta led the Crusaders with 15 points.
Barnesville 50, Shenandoah 45
SARAHSVILLE — The invading Shamrocks staged a fourth-quarter rally and picked up the victory over the Zeps.
Barnesville was led by Halle Markovich, who scored 25 points.
Anna Yater added nine in top support.
Monroe Central 81, Bridgeport 12
WOODSFIELD — Monroe Central held Bridgeport with a field goal in the first half to secure a win.
Kalista Friday paced the Seminoles with 25 points while Morgan Kendall had 12 and Riley Bettinger netted 11.
For the Bulldogs, Brooke Stewart compiled five points.
Edison 47, Conotton Valley 27
BOWERSTON – Defense was on full display, as Edison defeated Conotton Valley.
Savanna Ankrom led the Wildcats (6-9) with 10 points. Gracie Fox and Olivia Huff had eight points apiece.
Indian Creek 43, West Holmes 31
MILLERSBURG — Indian Creek improved to 13-1 after defeating West Holmes.
The Redskins won the game from the free-throw line. Both squads made 11 field goals each (two from beyond the arc). Creek, though, was 19 of 26 from the charity stripe, while West Holmes finished 7 of 10.
Taylor Jones paced the Redskins with 15 points. Kylie Kiger and Hailey Clark each had 10 points.
Beallsville 39, Newcomerstown 34
BEALLSVILLE — Beallsville picked up the first win of the Terry Jarrett era thanks to a strong fourth quarter against Newcomerstown.
The Devils were down by five entering the final chapter when they outscored the Trojans, 13-7.
Adam Baker led Beallsville with 17 points, while Brandon Louden added 14.