Lucas Hagan scored 13 points and Tanyon McComb added nine as visiting Indian Valley defeated Claymont 46-34 in an Inter-Valley Conference South Division boys basketball clash in Uhrichsville Tuesday evening.
The Braves, who also got six points from Tyson Pryor, improved to 3-3 overall and 1-3 in the division, while the Mustangs fell to 1-7, 0-5.
Graydon Mooneyham led Claymont with a game-high 14 points, while Cade Watkins was next with seven and Connor Lynch added six.
Indian Valley led 10-4 after the first quarter and 23-14 at halftime before gaining a 29-23 advantage in the final eight minutes of regulation time. The Mustangs edged closer to three points at 35-32 at the end of the game, but the Braves extended their lead to an 11-2 run and took the hard-fought victory.
Indian Valley won the JV match 43-42. Claymont’s top scorers were Matthew Jackson with 9 and Jordan Connor added 8.
In the freshman game, Garaway outscored Claymont 53-41. Drew Fox led Claymont with 15 points.
Dover 74, Canfield 60
TC Molk scored 33 points, a game-high, and Ayden Hall tallied 12 to lead Dover to a big non-conference victory over Canfield.
The Crimson Tornadoes improved to 5-1, while the Cardinals fell to 5-3.
Molk finished 13 of 18 on floor, including a 9 of 11 in regular baskets and a 4 of 7 in 3 points. He was 3 of 4 off the line for his 33 points.
After a quarter of play, Dover led 18-11 and extended his lead to 36-26 at halftime. The Crimson Tornadoes took a 52-42 advantage in the final quarter.
Ben Hamm led the winners with five rebounds, while Mikey Beal and Hall each added four star fruit.
Jake Grdic and Harry Slaven each scored 14 points for Canfield, while Dylan Shapiro added 11.
Team Dover JV won 49-42 behind 18 points from Carter Grove, 13 from Bronson Gilyard, 10 from Zane Conner and eight from Trey Ridgeway.
The Crimson Tornadoes are 6-0. Canfield is 6-2.
New Phila 52, Massillon 41
Michael Vickers and Carter Vandall each totaled 14 points and Jadan Lowery added 13 to lead host New Philadelphia to a non-conference victory over Massillon.
The Quakers improved to 5-1 with the win.
New Philadelphia led 15-11 after the first quarter, 27-19 at halftime and 39-27 before the last quarter.
Elijah Farrington led Massillon with 12 points.
Malvern 71, Conotton Valley 38
Michael Minor scored 20 points, rebounded 12 and became the 20th Malvern men’s basketball player to reach the 1,000-point plateau in the Hornets IVC North victory in Conotton Valley.
Malvern is 6-0, 4-0, while Conotton Valley is down to 2-6, 1-4.
J’Allen Barrino and Connor Lefevre added 12 points each for the winners, who managed 49% of their shots from the ground and 69% of their shots from the line.
After the game was tied 18-18 after the first quarter, Malvern took a 37-27 halftime lead and the Hornets limited the Rockets to just 11 points in the second half to win in s ‘moving away.
Garson Imes led the Rockets with 14 points and Gaige Galigher added 13.
Malvern won the JV 60-51 battle.
Ridgewood 55, Tusky Valley 53
Kadin Bradford scored 14 points, Dalton Patterson added 11 and Kigenn Millender added 10 with his last two on a pair of free throws with six seconds left as host Ridgewood choked Tusky Valley for a win in the l ‘IVC South in West Lafayette.
The generals are now 6-1, 3-1, while the Trojans are down to 6-2, 2-2.
Tusky Valley led 17-12 after a quarter game, but Ridgewood tied the game to a 27-27 halftime tie. The Trojans took a 43-42 advantage in the final quarter before the Trojans finally won.
Logan Stotzer led Tusky Valley with 15 points and Connar Newsome added 14, while Silas Miller added 10.
Hiland 52, Sandy Valley 36
Sammy Detweiler scored 14 points and Chris Shetler and Caden Miller each added 10 to lead Hiland to an IVC South victory over Sandy Valley.
Hiland (5-1, 5-0), who also got eight points from Dylan Weaver, led 15-9 after a quarter, 28-22 at halftime and 43-29 at the end of three quarters.
Dantae Faiello led Sandy Valley (3-4, 1-2) with nine points, while Jordan Wigfield and Kaiden Mastri added six each.
Garaway 58, Shenandoah 41
Jenson Garber scored 14 points and Brady Roden and Jarett Wallick each added 10 as Garaway claimed a non-conference victory over Shenandoah.
Garaway (4-2) led Shenandoah 15-9 after the first quarter and used an 8-0 streak to open the second to take a 23-9 lead en route to a 26-11 advantage in the middle. time. The Pirates took a 47-30 lead in the final quarter.
Xander Fairchild led Shenandoah with 13 points and Grant Stottsberry added 11.
River view 64, Coshocton 55
Brody Border scored 24 points and Owen Emig added 12 as River View recorded a Muskingum Valley League crossover victory over Coshocton.
River View, who also got nine points from Carter Fry, led 14-6 after a quarter, 28-20 at the half and 44-35 in the fourth.
Zach Jennings led Coshocton with 17 points and Jacob Lonsberry added 13, while Conton Conkle was next with nine.
Steubenville CC 53, Conotton Valley 10
Host Steubenville Central Catholic picked up an Ohio Valley Athletic Conference victory over Conotton Valley.
Indian Valley vs River View
Visiting River View swept across Indian Valley to Cy Young Lanes in Newcomerstown.
The boys of River View won 2,208-1,692 as TJ Crosby had a streak of 424 (216-208) and Carson Lebeau added a 396 (149-247).
Daniel Grewell led Indian Valley with a 352 (172-180) and Kaden Jarrells posted a 307 (130-177).
The RV Girls won 1,829-1,757 as Maeve Gentile threw a 325 (189-136) and Renni Winland a 324 (148-176).
Kiana Stevens led IV with a 304 (143-161) and Zoe Blickensderfer followed with a 296 (120-176)
On Monday, Triway swept through Indian Valley as the boys won 2,377-1,786 and the girls 2,247-1793.
Daniel Grewell led the Boys IV with a 359 (197-162) and Grant McCray added a 323 (172-151).
Zoe Blickensderfer paced Girls IV with a 343 (167-176) and Taylor Barrick posted a 325 (168-157).
Carrollton vs. East Liverpool
Host Carrollton swept East Liverpool to Carrolton Lanes.
The Carrollton boys won 2,337-2,223 as Bryce Taylor shot a 380 (180-200) and Tyson Baker added a 369 (201-168), while Brant George scored a 362 (181-181) .
The Carrollton daughters had a score of 2290-1883 while Kellyn Harsh had a 384 (163-221) followed by Tara Oberlin’s 363 (188-175) and Aubrey Taylor’s 341 (174-167).