WL-S knocks off Triad in girls basketball

Citizen staff report

West Liberty-Salem defeated Triad, 92-40, in girls OHC basketball on Saturday.

Mikalia McIntosh scored 22 points to lead WL-S, while Jamie Peterson had 20 points and Lily Yoder had 19. Gabby Hollar added 11 points and Madison Oelker chipped in 10. Jenna Ober had 21 points for Triad and Alea Ferguson had 11.

The Tigers also won the jayvee game, 33-14.

WL-S (16-3, 11-1 OHC) hosts Greeneview on Thursday. Triad (5-13, 2-10 OHC) plays at Fairbanks on Wednesday.

Graham loses

Shawnee defeated Graham, 53-32, in CBC girls basketball on Saturday.

Taylor Gibson had 9 points for Graham and Sarah Henry added 7.

Shawnee won the jayvee game, 32-27. Madi Vanscoy had 13 points and Brooke Johannes added 9 for Graham in that game.

GHS plays at Indian Lake on Wednesday.

Urbana falls

Kenton Ridge defeated Urbana, 82-41, in CBC girls basketball on Saturday.

Katy Curnutte had 21 points and Natalie Seeberg added 12 points and 10 rebounds in the effort for UHS.

Kenton Ridge led 40-21 at halftime and extended that lead after the intermission.

Urbana plays at Greenon on Wednesday.

WL-S boys win

Kannon Stillings had 19 points as OHC-leading WL-S defeated Springfield Catholic Central, 53-43, Friday night in boys basketball.

WL-S won the jayvee game, 39-38.

Junior high basketball

Urbana’s 7th grade girls basketball team beat Greenon 24-14.

Urbana’s 8th grade girls lost to Benjamin Logan 48-15.

The West Liberty-Salem 7th grade boys basketball team opened OHC tournament play with a 54-24 win over Miami View. Leading the Tigers with 18 points was Nick Burden and Tanner LeVan chipped in 16.

The WL-S 8th graders beat Springfield Catholic Central 53-14 in the first round of the OHC tournament. Tigers were led by Trevor Woodruff with 10 points and Ethan Cole had 9.

The WL-S 7th grade girls beat Mechanicsburg 30-28 to win the OHC championship. Sophie Cole and Gracie Estes each scored 11 points for WL-S and Selena Weaver had 12 rebounds.

The WL-S 8th grade girls lost to Greeneview 42-22 in the championship game. Julia Ames had 6 points for WL-S.

Citizen staff report