Lady Chiefs run past WG – Thursday High School and Middle School basketball scores

The Bellefontaine varsity girls ran past Waynesfield-Goshen 63-35.

Leading the Lady Chiefs was Quinlan Zedeker with a career-high 28 points, 4 rebounds, and 5 steals, Lexi Robinson poured in 11 points, Tiffany Boop had 10 points, 5 assists, 5 steals and 6 rebounds, and Parker Penhorwood chipped in with 6 points and 4 assists.

The Lady Chiefs improve to 9-6.

Waynesfield-Goshen falls to 4-7.

The Indian Lake varsity girls lost to North Union 44-19.

Stephanie Altstaetter led the Lady Lakers with 11 points.

Indian Lake falls to 5-8 (1-4 CBC).

The Lady Laker JV team also lost to North Union 39-21.

Kennedy Schwaderer led with 6 points and Carly Strayer had 4 points.

The Riverside varsity girls defeated Triad 68-37.

Avery Perk led the Lady Pirates with 15 points, Jade Copas pitched in with 14, Ayva Stewart added 10 points, Zoie Armbruster scored 7, Kaylee Fulkerson and Emma Saylor each had 6 points, and Kylie Shoe and Reaghan McDaniel both poured in 5 points.

For the Lady Cardinals, Abbey Overfield led with 14 points, Madi Cox, Emma Ferguson, and Mia LeMay added 7 points, while Ashlyn McCoy pulled down 8 rebounds.

Riverside improves to 5-6 on the season while Triad falls to 1-11.

In the JV game, Riverside topped Triad 33-16.

Hannah Russell led the Lady Cardinals with 7 points, Bre Parsons had 5 points and Arlo Monroe added 8 rebounds.

Triad’s JV team falls to 0-10.

The Lady Cardinals will play Catholic Central Saturday at home in a varsity-only game with a 7:30 p.m. tip-off.

Riverside will host Bethel Saturday afternoon with tip-off slated for 1:15.

The West Liberty-Salem varsity girls took down Greeneview 33-14.

Ava Astroino led the Lady Tigers with 10 points, Chaley Wade chipped in with 8 points, Lilly Weaver poured in 7 points, Megan Hollar and Bailey Poppe each scored 3 points and Maddie Cole added 2 points.

West Liberty-Salem improves to 7-6 (5-3 OHC)

In the JV game, the Lady Tigers ran past Greeneview 24-7.

Briley Sullivan led with 7 points.

Middle School:

The Bellefontaine 7th-grade girls beat Tecumseh 31-15.

The Lady Chiefs used a 16-6 second-quarter rally to take an 18-10 lead into halftime

Sloan Stolly paced Bellefontaine with 12 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 steals. Ava Oppy added 10 points and 12 boards. Amari Hunsicker, Ximena Marquez-Diaz and Vanessa Friedrich helped round out the scoring by combining for 9 points.

The Lady Chieftain 8th-grade girls also beat Tecumseh 43-29.

Leading Bellefontaine was Sophia Jacobs with 10 points, Hailee Lamb had 9 points, Paige Smith and Emma Whitaker each scored 8, Grace Brown added 4 points and Presley Vigansky chipped in with 2.

Smith pulled down 8 rebounds.

The second-half defense proved to be too much for the Tecumseh Arrows. Hannah Wilson and Alvia Wage also provided strong minutes on the court.

The Bellefontaine Middle School girls’ basketball teams return to action Monday as they travel to Northwestern.

The Bellefontaine 7th-grade boys lost to Tecumseh 37-33.

Reign St. Clair led the Chiefs with 16 points. Trey Deyo added 7 in the effort.

Bellefontaine won the 8th-grade game, defeating Tecumseh 39-22.

Blake Loomis led the Chiefs with 15 points and 13 rebounds.

The Bellefontaine Middle School boys will hit the court again on Monday when they host Northwestern.

The Benjamin Logan 7th-grade girls beat Shawnee 29-27.

Madison Shields led the Lady Raiders with 10 points and Bryleigh Burnside added 6 points.

The 8th-grade Lady Raiders also topped Shawnee 22-17.

Molly Siefring led Benjamin Logan with 9 points and Kaylee Hays followed with 6 points.

The Lady Raiders will be back in action on Saturday, January 7th at home starting at 10:00 a.m.

The Benjamin Logan 7th-grade boys defeated Shawnee 34-23.

The Raiders were led by Adam Tinsman with 9 points and Dylan Tracey chipped in with 8 points.

The Benjamin Logan 8th-grade boys fell to Shawnee 50-35.

Diesel Baughman paced the Raiders with 16 points, while Alex Hassel added 13 points.

Benjamin Logan will hit the court again Saturday at Ridgemont.

The Indian Lake 7th-grade girls fell to London 31-17.

Alivia Kinney led the Lady Lakers with 9 points and Rya Pequignot pitched in with 6 points.

Indian Lake also lost in the 8th-grade game to London 48-21.

Leading the Lakers was Courtney Altstaetter with 9 points and Addy Roby had 5 points.

The Urbana 7th-grade boys lost to Jonathan Alder 37-25.

Drew Dixon had 14 points for the Hillclimbers.

In the 8th-grade game, Urbana defeated Jonathan Alder 40-31.

Kaden Underwood led with 11 points, and Grady Lantz and Larkin Moore both had 10.

The West Liberty-Salem 7th-grade girls defeated Cedarville 25-21.

Leading the Lady Tigers was Addi Wallen with 11 points, Arianna Weaver recorded 6 points, Ellery Wygal tallied 4 points and Isla Leichty and Lucy Cole each scored 2 points.

The West Liberty-Salem 8th-grade girls edged past Cedarville 26-24 in overtime.

Belle Sarver led the Lady Tigers with 10, Maddie Adkins scored 7, Lucy Cole pitched in with 4 points, Grace Jones had 3 points and Addie Wallen tallied 2 points.

The 8th-grade Lady Tigers improve to 6-2.