Fort Frye 51, Vinton County 43

Another tough non-conference road game ended in defeat for the Vikings.

Morgan Bentley finished with a team-high 15 points and five rebounds, followed by 12 points and four rebounds from Lacie Williams.

Cameron Zinn added seven points, seven rebounds, six steals and six blocks.

The Vikings (11-4) return to action on Thursday at Alexander, Monday against Cleveland John Hay at Westerville North and Tuesday at home against Jackson.



Oak Hill 53, Coal Grove 29

The Oaks picked up another victory in the Beasts of the East Classic at Chesapeake High School.

Chase Hammond finished with a game-high 26 points, which earned him game MVP honors. Drew Hanning added 12 points.

The Oaks (12-1) return to action Tuesday at home against Portsmouth West, Friday at Northwest, Sunday against Wooster at North Canton in the Mercy Medical Classic and next Tuesday at home against Minford.


Gallia Academy 48, Wellston 34

The Golden Rockets trailed by just four points in the fourth quarter, but didn’t have enough to get over the hump down the stretch.

Emma Jadrnicek finished with a team-high 16 points, followed by Mya Bouska with nine points.

The Golden Rockets (0-12) return to action on Thursday at home against River Valley and Saturday at home against Oak Hill.



Vinton County 71, Meigs 68

Following a tough loss to Alexander, the Vikings rebounded in a strong way and held off Meigs for the TVC victory.

Gavin Arbaugh played his best game of the season, finished with a season-high 32 points.

Lance Montgomery and Braylon Damron each added 11 points to the mix.

The Vikings (8-4) returns to the court on Friday at home against Wellston and Saturday at home against Fairfield Christian.

Oak Hill 58, Valley 43

One by one, Oak Hill continues to roll over teams as the second half of its season officially started.

Drew Hanning and Luke Stewart each finished with 15 points to lead the Oaks, followed by nine points from Landon Hines.

Trimble 49, Wellston 27

The Golden Rockets were simply overmatched and overwhelmed in their non-conference loss.

Jon Garvin and Evan Brown each finished with six points to lead the team.

Wellston (2-8) is back in action on Tuesday at home against Jackson, Friday at Vinton County in TVC action, Saturday at home against Federal Hocking and Tuesday at Reedsville Eastern.



Vinton County 77, Meigs 32

Following its loss to Nelsonville-York, the Vikings got back in the win column in TVC action.

Morgan Bentley nearly finished with a quadruple-double, ending with 17 points, 10 rebounds, nine steals and eight assists.

Josie Ousley added 15 points while Lacie Williams had 12 points and five rebounds.

Tegan Bartoe had 11 points and four steals, followed by Cameron Zinn with 10 points, five rebounds, four steals and four blocks.



Oak Hill 50, South Webster 25

Oak Hill began this game with a 22-0 lead, and breezed to an easy victory in SOC II action.

Chase Hammond outscored the Jeeps by himself, finishing with a game-high 26 points. Drew Hanning followed with 10 points.

Jackson 74, Meigs 50

The Ironmen continued their impressive roll and picked up a solid non-conference victory.

Boston Kuhn finished with a team-high 17 points to lead the Ironmen, while Caleb Wallis and Braxton Hammond added 16 points each.

Evan Spires chipped in 13 points to the mix.

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