Boys & Girls Middle School Hoops From Monday Night


The 8th grade Lady Pirates defeated Covington 24-13.

Leading the Pirates:

  • Molly Carman-12 points
  • Kenzie Stotler- 5 points
  • Morgan Klingelhofer- 3 points
  • Chloe Purtee- 2 points
  • Abi Stayer- 2 points

Lady Pirates are now 4-3.


The West Liberty-Salem 7th grade girls basketball team fell to Greenview 34-16.


  • Emily King- 6 points
  • Ashlyn Yeater- 2 points
  • Karlee Lucas-  8 points

The West Liberty-Salem 8th-grade girl’s team defeated Greenview 46-24.

For the Tigers:

  • Addi Wallen- 17 points
  • Arianna Weaver- 14 points
  • Lucy Cole- 9 points
  • Isla Leichty- 2 points
  • Ellery Wygal- 2 points
  • Nevaeh Gravely- 2 points

The West Liberty-Salem 7th grade boy’s basketball team won against Greenview, 52-26.
Scoring for the Tigers:

  • Brandel Sullivan-13 points
  • Rylan Leichty: 12 points
  • Eli Jones- 8 points
  • Tyler Hershberger- 6 points
  • Ashton Brannon- 4 points
  • Nate Shipley- 4 points
  • Logan Behlmer- 2 points

West Liberty-Salem 8th grade boy’s team won 48-30 against Greenview.

Leading the Tigers:

  • Beckett Sullivan- 12 points
  • Zeke Longshore- 9 points
  • Asher Cole- 8 points
  • Owen Hardwick- 7 points
  • Liam Barger- 4 points
  • Brayan Gullett- 4 points
  • Reagan McCollough- 2 points
  • Austin Markin- 2 points


The 7th Grade Lady Chiefs rebounded to a 37-6 victory over visiting Graham Monday night.

Leading the way was Mia Brown, netting 18 points while grabbing a team-high 5 rebounds while nabbing 3 steals.

Cameo Greene added 10 points while also collecting 3 steals on the night.

Paxton Stewart, Lexey Brown, and Willow Havens combined for 9 points.

Kylie Williams, Annie Clem, and Allie Myers provided great defensive and rebounding efforts.

The 7th grade improves to 4-1 on the year and will travel to Ben Logan on Thursday night.

The 8th Lady Chiefs played a solid game this evening and came out victorious.

Pacing the Chiefs was Sloan Stolly with 8 points and 4 assists also playing solid defense.

Ava Oppy also chipped in with 8 points.

Amari Hunsicker added 5 points and 5 rebounds.

Joy Fogan added two points and mopped up the boards hauling down 10.

Vanessa Friedrich added 2 and Tabby Thomas added 3.

Aaralynn Chapman and Hailey Agustus also gave good minutes on the court.

The girls return to action Thursday when they travel to Ben Logan.

7th-grade boys Bellefontaine couldn’t overcome a slow start and fell 40-27 at Graham on Monday.

The Chiefs were led by Mason Phillips with ten points and Tyrin Johnson chipped in nine.

Next up is Ben Logan on Thursday at BMS.

A host of 8th-grade Chieftains rallied together to beat the Graham Falcons.

Reign St.Clair led the Chiefs with 13 points.

Other Chiefs scored:

  • Grady Graham-9 points
  • Tyler Rossey-6 points
  • Javon Artist-3 points
  • Sam Jenkins, Luis Curiel Nunez, & Nolan Slayback all chipped in 2 for the Chiefs.


The Benjamin Logan 7th grade girls got a big win vs Indian Lake 37-12, Addi Rutherford had 14, Marley Shields had 7 and Brielle Kline and Paislee Rodenerger both had 6.

Ben Logan raises their record to 3-2.

Ben Logan 8th grade girls have been struggling to find offense last 2 games and lost to the Lakers 31-9.

Hailey Smith, Maddie Shields, and Paislee Rodenberger all scored 3 each. Ben logan drops to 1-4.


The Indian Lake 8th grade girls basketball team ran their record to 7-0 on the season by defeating Ben Logan 31-9.

Leading the way for the Lakers was Rya Pequignot who scored 12 points and had 6 steals.

Brylee Buyer scored 8 points and had 7 rebounds, and Bre Wisener scored 4 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals, and 4 assists.

Alivia Kinney scored 4 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists.

The 7th grade girls basketball team lost to Ben Logan 37-12.

Kyler Carruthers led the way with 6 points.

The Lady Lakers will play at Urbana on Thursday.


The Urbana 8th grade boys team defeated North Union 58-25.

Drew Dixon led the Hillclimbers with 19 points, Braxten Spriggs with 16, and Brian Chamberlain with 12 points

Urbana’s 7th grade team defeated North Union 45-31.

Leading the Hillclimbers was Carter Houseman with 18 points and Breylon Potter with 8 points.