Lady Tigers run past Triad, area middle schools teams in action – Thursday basketball results

Area high school and middle school basketball teams were in action Thursday.

Ridgemont’s varsity girls lost to Perry 54-26.

The Lady Gophers were led by Jayda Dondrea with 8 points and 8 rebounds.

Ridgemont falls to 0-14.

The Riverside varsity girls fell to Lehman Catholic 33-23.

Kylie Shoe paced the Lady Pirates with 9 points.

Riverside falls to 5-11 (2-8 TRC).

The Lady Pirates won the JV game 21-11.

Riverside was led by Aubree Huston with 8 points.

The West Liberty-Salem varsity girls ran past Triad 48-22.

Leading the Lady Tigers was Bailey Poppe with 14 points, Chaley Wade pitched in 11, Megan Hollar added 8, Ava Johnson tossed in 5 points, Maddie Cole and Lilly Weaver each scored 3 points, and Briley Sullivan and Kayla Cole both had 2 points.

Abbey Overfield led the Lady Cardinals with 14 points, Emma Ferguson collected 6 rebounds and 2 steals, and Kaley Nott dished out 3 assists.

West Liberty-Salem improves to 10-6 (8-3 OHC), while Triad falls to 2-14, (1-10 OHC),

In the JV game, the Lady Tigers won 40-11.

Briley Sullivan led WL-S with 8 points.

Triad was paced by Hannah Russell with 5 points and 5 boards. Mya James added 6 rebounds.

Middle School:

The Bellefontaine 7th-grade girls’ team beat Jonathan Alder 20-9.

Ava Oppy paced the Lady Chiefs with 9 points, Amari Hunsicker added 6 points, and Aaralynn Chapman, Joy Fogan, and Vanessa Friedrich rounded out the scoring.

Fogan and Friedrich combined for 17 rebounds while Sloan Stolly added 3 steals and 3 boards on the night.

Bellefontaine’s 7th-grade girls improve to 10-3.

The Lady Chieftain 8th-grade team lost to Jonathan Alder 26-23.

The Bellefontaine Middle School girls will travel to Wapakoneta Saturday.

Bellefontaine’s 7th-grade boys fell to Jonathan Alder 30-14.

Reign St. Clair led the Chiefs with 9 points.

The Benjamin Logan 7th-grade girls lost to Northridge 30-23.

Leading the Lady Raiders was Hailey Smith with 7 points. Madison Shields added 6 points.

Benjamin Logan also lost in the 8th-grade game to Northridge 35-33.

For the Raiders, Kylie Harner scored 12 points, and Elliott Butler and Molly Siefring both added 7 points.

Benjamin Logan will hit the court again Monday evening at Tecumseh.

Indian Lake’s 7th-grade girls lost to Northwestern 29-22.

Alivia Kinney paced the Lady Lakers with 11 points while Chloe Borgerding chipped in with 6 points.

Indian Lake also fell in the 8th-grade game to Northwestern 31-28.

Leading the Lakers was Courtney Altstaetter with 11 points and Addy Roby added 9.

The Riverside 7th-grade boys team edged past Lehman Catholic 40-39.

Brody Osborne led the Pirates with 16 points and Gunner Carpenter pitched in with 12 points.

Riverside lost in the 8th-grade game 43-34.

For the Pirates, David Gross led with 10 points and Cooper Crouch poured in 9 points.

Urbana’s 7th-grade boys lost to London 45-43.

Case Teepe led the Hillclimbers with 21 points and Crew Forson had 10.

Urbana won the 8th-grade game 51-28.

Leading the Hillclimbers was Grady Lantz with 18 points.

The West Liberty-Salem 7th-grade girls ran past West Jefferson 29-1.

Lucy Cole led the Lady Tigers with 8 points, Isla Leichty tallied 5 points, Ariana Weaver, Justice Moore, and Navaeh Gravely each had 4 points, and Delaney Anane-Sefah and Ellery Wygal both scored 2 points.

In the 8th-grade game, West Liberty-Salem won 35-17.

Leading the Lady Tigers was Lucy Cole with 10 points, Maddie Adkins recorded 9 points, Grace Jones and Belle Sarver each scored 6, and Emma Liggett and Audri Evilsizor both had 2 points.

West Liberty-Salem’s 8th-grade girls improve to 8-5.

The West Liberty-Salem 7th-grade boys beat West Jefferson 42-35.

Asher Cole had 15 points for the Tigers, Zade Beileski scored 11, Zeke Longshore netted 6 points, Beckett Sullivan tallied 4 points, and Austin Markin, Liam Barger, and Blaine Hughes each had 2 points.

The West Liberty-Salem 7th-grade boys remain unbeaten at 12-0.

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