Lady Chiefs top Wapakoneta; WL-S boys sweep Greenon – Tuesday basketball scores


The Bellefontaine varsity girls beat Wapakoneta 49-36.

Quinlan Zedeker led the Lady Chiefs with 15 points, 5 assists and 5 steals, Lexi Robinson tallied 13 points, Tiffany Boop chipped in with 9 points and 4 assists, Alexza Clifton had 5 points and grabbed 9 rebounds, and Parker Penhorwood recorded 5 points and 3 assists.

Bellefontaine improves to 7-6.

The Lady Chiefs are back in action Thursday evening when they travel to take on Waynesfield-Goshen.

Indian Lake lost to Marion Harding 48-43.

Stephanie Altstaetter led the Lady Lakers with 17 points and Allison Kinney had 14 points.

Indian Lake falls to 5-7.

The Lady Laker JV also fell to Marion Harding 32-20.

Carly Strayer led Indian Lake with 10 points and Harly Kinninger and Alex Kinney added 5 points.

Riverside fell to Milton-Union 50-24.

Avery Perk and Emma Saylor led the Lady Pirates with 8 points apiece.

Riverside falls to 4-6.

The West Liberty-Salem varsity girls defeated Jonathan Alder 44-34.

Chaley Wade led the Lady Tigers with 14 points, Lilly Weaver tallied 13, Bailey Poppe pitched in 11 points, and Megan Hollar and Maddie Cole each scored 3 points.

West Liberty-Salem improves to 6-6.

In the JV game, the Lady Tigers edged past Jonathan Alder 20-18.

For WL-S, Ava Poppe led with 8 points.

Varsity boys:

North Union topped Ridgemont 57-42.

The Golden Gophers fall to 4-4.

The Riverside varsity boys lost to Botkins 61-46.

Kaleb Schindelwolf led the Pirates with 15 points and Ayden Clary pitched in 9 points. Schindelwolf and Clary each pulled down 3 rebounds.

Riverside falls to 4-6.

The Pirate JV team lost to Botkins 62-32.

Brice Kaufman had 11 points.

Riverside also fell in the freshmen game to Botkins 44-27.

For the Pirates, Cam Shoe led with 11 points and 3 steals, and Blaine Shoe chipped in with 9 points and 7 boards.

Triad fell to Greeneview 60-21.

The Cardinals fall to 2-6 on the season.

Urbana’s varsity boys ran past Shawnee 62-49.

Aiden Bradshaw, Jonathan Hildebrand, and Landon Key each scored 11 points for the Hillclimbers.

Bradshaw tallied 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Key dished out 5 assists, pulled down 3 boards, and grabbed one steal. Hildebrand secured 1 rebound, 1 assist, 1 steal, and a block.

Also for Urbana, Rayvon Rogan chipped in with 9 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists, Will Donahoe tallied 8 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals, Jaxen Neff-Strickland netted 5 points, and Drake Dixon scored 4 points with 2 boards, 2 assists, and a steal.

The Hillclimbers improve to 7-2.

Urbana will travel to Indian Lake Friday.

You can catch that game live on 98.3 WPKO around 7:30.

The West Liberty-Salem varsity boys defeated Greenon 49-38.

Mattew Jones led the Tigers with 19 points, while Taran Logwood pitched in 14 points. Carson Poppe added 6, Brevin Louden scored 5, Logan Phillips tallied 3 and Miles Hostetler recorded 2 points.

West Liberty-Salem improves to 6-3, 5-1 in the OHC.

The Tiger JV team beat Greenon 43-37.

Caleb Hershberger scored 14 and Isaiah Reames poured in 12 points for WL-S.

The West Liberty-Salem freshmen also topped Greenon 28-25.

For the Tigers, Cade Stokes led with 12 points.

The WL-S freshmen team improves to 7-1.

West Liberty-Salem will host Greeneview Friday.

Middle School:

The Riverside 7th-grade girls lost to Bethel 46-30.

The Lady Pirates fall to 6-4, 5-3 in conference play.

The Riverside 8th-grade girls suffered their first loss of the season, falling to Bethel 28-24.

The 8th-grade Lady Pirates are 9-1, 7-1 in conference play.

The West Liberty-Salem 7th grade boys defeated Greenon 39-26.

Beckett Sullivan led the Tigers with 15 points. Asher Cole pitched in with 7 points, Zeke Longshore added 6, Austin Markin poured in 5 points, and Brayan Gullett and Liam Barger each scored 3 points.

West Liberty-Salem improves to 6-0.

The Tiger 8th-grade boys also beat Greenon 49-34.

Sutton Wilcoxon led West Liberty-Salem with 15 points and 6 steals. Braden Hershberger chipped in with 7 points and 3 steals and Tucker Searles and Corbin Clapsaddle also poured in 7 points apiece.