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Lady Chiefs fall to division leader; Lady Raiders and Lady Tigers score wins - Saturday basketball scoreboard

The Bellefontaine Lady Chieftains were unable to stop standout Bianca Quisenberry and Tecumseh, losing 73-64.

Quisenberry scored 31 and added 10 steals.

For the Lady Chiefs Jazmyn Haley scored 22.

The Benjamin Logan Lady Raiders used a strong first half to defeat Northwestern 50-39.

Ciarra Wirick scored 14, Jessica Yoder 13, and Domonique Johnson 10 for the winners.

Benjamin Logan has won 11 of their last 13 to improve to 13-7.

The Raiders also won the JV contest 36-20 behind 12 points from Shelby Kramer.

The West Liberty-Salem Lady Tigers followed a strong 10-4 third quarter surge to hold on against Springfield Catholic 53-48.

Jamie Peterson led the Tigers with 13 points, while Melany Ward tossed in 12.

Indian Lake defeated Graham 58-43.

Lakers standout Mikaela Oyer recorded a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Sydney Miller added 13 points.

Houston controlled Riverside 47-22. The Pirates are 4-17 overall.

Other girls’ scores:

Jackson Center nipped visiting Lima Perry 59-58.

Shekinah Christian edged Upper Scioto Valley 43-40.

Ridgemont was pounded 103-29 against Meadowdale.

Mechanicsburg beat Triad 65-53.

Greenon edged Urbana 56-55 to clinch the CBC Mad River title.

CBC leading scorer Trisha Lacy notched 30 to go with 10 rebounds for the ‘Climbers.

Kenton Ridge raced past Stebbins 87-43.

In a boy’s final, West Liberty-Salem edged Anna 53-50 to improve to 15-5.

Landon Hormann scored 18 and Travis Mayse 13 in the win.

The Rockets beat the Tigers in the JV contest 31-18.

Other boys’ scores:

Kenton edged Ada 68-66.

Wapakoneta was beaten by Liberty-Benton 58-42.

Ft. Loramie fell to Marion Local 58-43.

Jackson Center beat Minster 59-51 in overtime.

New Bremen outlasted Botkins 51-41.

Ridgemont was dominated 73-40 by Vanlue.

Fairbanks nipped West Jefferson 48-45.

Waynesfield-Goshen fell to Fairlawn 65-44.

Houston fell to Troy Christian 62-43.

Springfield soundly beat Tipp City 64-43.

Miami East held on 38-33 against Graham.

The 7th grade Lady Chiefs beat the Indian Lake Lakers 48-23 in the first round of the CBC tournament Saturday morning.

Emily Mitchell had 14 points and 5 steals, Zoe Price had 14 points, Kaitlyn Baughman added 7 points with 8 rebounds, Beigh Wilson had 4 points with 5 rebounds, Lindsay Stevenson had 4 points, and Madison Aldo added 5 rebounds.

The 7th grade Lady Chiefs play in the second round of the tournament Monday night at Mad River/Stebbins at 5:30 pm.

The 8th grade Lady Tigers came up short of a repeat OHC Championship, falling to the Miami View Trojans 38-29.

The Lady Tigers slow start in the first half came back to haunt them, as the Tigers went into the locker room at the half down 11 points. The Tigers came out and worked to close the gap, as they chipped away to within four points late in the 4th quarter, but could not get some key shots to fall. Final efforts sent the Trojans to the line, where they 5 for 8 in the final minutes of the game.

For the Lady Tigers, Lily Yoder had 16 points, 4 steals, and 9 rebounds. Rounding out scoring for the Tigers were Olivia Ames and Mikalia McIntosh with 6 points each. Kiana Reames pulled down 5 rebounds for the Tigers.

The 7th grade Lady Tigers brought home the OHC Championship, defeating the Greeneview Rams 33-23.

The Tigers, who finish their season 17-1, fell behind in the first quarter 9-8, but settled in by the second quarter, seeing some great perimeter shooting giving them the lead 20-14 by halftime. The Tigers came out poised defensively in the second half, giving up only 2 points in the fourth quarter.

For the Lady Tigers, outstanding post player Jonni Parker had 17 points, 14 rebounds, and 4 steals. Taylor Lauck had 6 points, 2 steals, and 1 assist, and Aubrie Stillings grabbed 6 rebounds. Laine Godwin also scored 3 for the Tigers, along with 4 rebounds and 2 assists. Rounding out scoring for the Tigers were Tory Cordell and Kenedie Cox with 2 points apiece.

Both West Liberty-Salem boys’ teams opened tournament play with resounding victories Saturday.

The 8th Grade Tigers stomped to a 68-8 win over Mechanicsburg.

They are now 13-3 and will play Triad in the second round.

Brandon Wolfe led scoring with 14 points, Jerret Smith finished with 12, Tyler Louden added 9, Kannon Stillings 8, and Chase Humphrey chipped in 7.

The 7th Grade Tigers rolled over South Vienna 50-17.

They improve to 15-1 and will play SCC in the second round this Tuesday at home at 5:00pm.

James Loffing led scoring with 15 while Thomas Allen finished with 8.

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