Girls' basketball roundup

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Monroe Central 71, Barnesville 31

WOODSFIELD — Visiting Barnesville High had all sorts of problems negotiating an array of full court pressure looks from host Monroe Central on Monday evening. The Lady Seminoles utilized three different presses in the first half which helped produce 29 Lady Shamrock turnovers en route to an easy 71-31 triumph.

A 16-3 Monroe advantage after one was followed by a 23-9 domination in the second. Leading 39-12 at the half, the Lady Seminoles were able to coast during the second half.

Barnesville (1-3) managed just nine field goals for the contest as the Lady ‘Noles limited them to a 20 percent field goal shooting effort for the contest. The Lady Shamrocks were 13-of-29 from the foul line. Only Shayla Markovich tallied double figures, connecting on nine charity tosses en route to team high scoring honors with 13.

Not surprisingly, the winners placed three in double figures. Chelsie Roberts led the way with 18. Anne LaFollette added 14 and Chelsie Tewanger’s 13 included three of the winners’ five ‘treys.’

The Lady ‘Noles finished 24-of-58 from the floor and 18-of-29 from the foul line.

Monroe Central (5-2) earned a 33-26 rebounding advantage with Roberts hauling down nine to lead all players. Markovich grabbed seven to lead Barnesville.

Beallsville 50, Caldwell 42

BEALLSVILLE — A big night from Katey Kinney lifted Beallsville High over the visiting Caldwell High Lady Redskins by a 50-42 final count on Monday night.

Kinney pumped in a game-high 22 points and pulled down a total of 17 rebounds to lead Beallsville to the home court victory. Adding double figure support for Beallsville was Mikaela Headly with 11 points and Madison Stephen chipped in with seven.

Caldwell (0-5) was led by Lexy Schell with 15 points, including a trio of three-pointers while Jennifer Leasure finished with 10 for the Lady ‘Skins.

Beallsville held a 46-37 edge in the rebounding battle with Headly adding five, while Leasure paced CHS off the glass with 11 and Schell added six.

Fort Frye 77, Shenandoah 23

Monday night’s Pioneer Valley Conference home match-up with Fort Frye figured to be a tough challenge for the Shenandoah High Lady Zeps, and in the end that’s just what it was as the Lady Zeps suffered a 77-23 defeat on their home court to the powerful Lady Cadets.

Fort Frye had a deadly combination working, hitting for a whopping 11 three-pointers while playing a nearly perfect floor game with just three turnovers in the contest.

“They just didn’t miss...I mean they had 11 three-pointers,” Shenandoah coach Lynn Werry said. “They are just a very disciplined, very solid basketball team. They only had three turnovers in the whole game. We had some good shots early that didn’t fall and you can’t have that against a team like that.”

Fort Frye jumped out in front by a 16-3 count after the opening period and never looked back in improving to a perfect 6-0 overall and 3-0 in PVC play.

Brooke Borich led the Lady Cadets with 16 points, including four three-pointers, while Diedra Combs and Taylor Buchanan each chipped in with 14 points. Michelle Atkins drilled home a trip of treys and just missed double figures with nine markers.

Shenandoah (2-3, 1-2 PVC) was led by junior Rachel Rossiter with seven points, with junior Taylor Arick adding six and sophomore Kaysey King five for the Lady Zeps.

Fort Frye finished with a 28-16 edge in the rebounding tussle with Diedra Combs pulling down 10 to lead the way, sophomore Ashlee Wukelich paced Shenandoah with four boards.

Frontier 47, Buckeye Trail 21

NEW MATAMORAS — Despite a close first period, visiting Buckeye Trail High’s poor field goal shooting doomed any chance for a win as they dropped a 47-21 Pioneer Valley Conference decision at Frontier.

The Lady Warriors (1-5, 0-4 PVC) played the taller hosts tough for a quarter, trailing 10-8 heading into the second.

Unfortunately for the locals, that would be the most productive period they would have. Frontier posted a 16-7 advantage and an 11-4 margin in the middle periods to cruise into the final stanza up 37-19. Trail managed just two points in the final period.

All-PVC post player Kelsie Rinard paced the winners’ scoring with 14. Teammate Corisa Fickiesen added 13. The pair combined for four of their team’s five ‘treys’ in the contest.

Katie Larrick led Trail in scoring with six as the Lady Warriors could only manage eight field goals on 59 floor attempts for just 13 percent. BT did win the battle of the boards 28-22 with Allison Sichina pulling down nine.

FORT FRYE 77, SHENANDOAH 23

Fort Frye (6-0, 3-0 PVC)

Diedra Combs 6 2-4 14, Taylor Bucannon 6 2-2 14, Morgan Liedtke 3 0-0 9, Micayla Hupp 1 1-2 3, Brooke Borich 5 2-2 16, Shantel PArsons 2 0-0 5, Megan Liedtke 3 1-2 7, Mitchell Atkins 3 0-0 9, Natalie Hart 0 0-0 0, Lexy Skinner 0 0-0 0. Totals 29 8-13 77.

Shenandoah (2-3, 1-2 PVC)

Kaysey King 2 0-0 5, Taylor Arick 3 0-0 6, Erica Rich 1 1-2 3, Blair Brown 1 0-0 2, Blake Hall 0 0-0 0, Lauren Dollison 0 0-0 0, Lauren Wheeler 0 0-0 0, Ashlee Wukelich 0 0-0 0, Jessica Long 0 0-0 0, Lydia Fogle 0 0-0 0. Totals 9 2-4 23.

Fort Frye 16 22 20 19 — 77

Shenandoah 3 4 7 9 — 23

Three point goals— FFHS 11 (Borich 4, Morgan Liedtke 3, Atkins 3, Atkins 1); SHS 1 (King). Rebounds—FFHS 28 (Hupp 10); SHS 16 (Wukelich 4). Assists—FFHS 15 (Morgan Liedtke 3); SHS 8 (Arick 2, King 2, Hall 2). Steals—FFHS 11 (Combs 5); SHS 3 (Fogle, Wheeler, Hall). Blocked Shots—FFHS 2 (Combs, Morgan Liedtke); SHS 0. Fouls—FFHS 10; SHS 10. Fouled Out—FFHS (none); SHS (none). Turnovers—FFHS 3; SHS 20.

FRONTIER 47, BUCKEYE TRAIL 21

Buckeye Trail ( 1-5, 0-4 PVC)

Katie Larrick 3 0-0 6, Catie Smith 1 3-5 5, Allison Sichina 1 2-2 4, Alexis Williams 2 0-1 4, Kayleigh Smith 1 0-0 2, Ashlee Nichols 0 0-4 0, Bailey Cross 0 0-0 0, Paige McCort 0 0-0 0, Chelsea Glasgow 0 0-0 0, Megan Warne 0 0-0 0. Totals 8-59 5-12 21.

Frontier

Kelsie Rinard 5 3-4 14, Corisa Fickiesen 5 0-0 13, Kelsea Daugherty 4 0-2 8, Laken Camino 2 0-2 5, Christin Douglas 1 1-2 3, Taylor Rinard 0 0-2 0, Emily Hinton 0 0-0 0, Katie Bowersock 0 0-0 0, Heather Ogaz 2 0-0 4. Totals 19 4-12 47.

Buckeye Trail 8 7 4 2 — 21

Frontier 10 16 11 10 — 47

Three point goals— FHS 5 (K.Rinard 1, Camino 1, Fickiesen 3); BTHS none. Rebounds—FHS 22; BTHS 28 (Sichina 9). Assists—BTHS 6 (Smith 3). Blocked Shots—FHS 2 (K.Rinard 2); BTHS 2 (Williams 2). Fouls—FHS 14; BTHS 14. Fouled Out—FHS (Douglas); BTHS (none). Turnovers—FHS 11; BTHS 14.

BEALLSVILLE 50, CALDWELL 42

Caldwell (0-5)

Laiken Figel 0 0-0 0, Madison Burris 0 1-2 1, Kristen Whetzel 0 0-0 0 Megan Devol 3 3-8 6, Jennifer Leasure 4 4-13 10, Lexy Schell 3 6-15 15, Breanna Sawyer 1 1-9 2, Ciarra Petry 1 1-6 4, Taylor Crawford 1 1-6 2, Tiffany Yerian 1 1-2 2, Rachel McKown 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 5-10 42.

Beallsville

Lane Bedford 2 2-4 4, Morgan Myers 0 0-0 0, Mikaela Headly 1 6-10 11, Madison Stephen 1 2-11 7, Emilee Barnett 0 0-0 0, Randi Ring 0 0-2 0, Katey Kinney 9 4-10 22, Dicey Stewart 3 3-36. Totals 18 18- 61.

Caldwell 4 5 16 17 — 42

Beallsville 12 11 14 13 — 50

Three point goals— CHS 3 (Schell 3); BHS 2 (Headly 1, Stephen 1). Rebounds—CHS 37 (Leasure 11, Schell 6); BHS 46 (Kinney 17, Headly 5, Bedford 5). Assists—CHS 12 (Petry 4, Sawyer 2, Leasure 2); BHS 8 (Stephen 4, Headly 3). Steals—CHS 14 (Schell 5, Petry 4); BHS 16 (Kinney 6, Stephen 3). Blocked Shots—CHS 2 (Sawyer 2); BHS 1 (Stewart). Fouls—CHS 18; BHS 13. Fouled Out—CHS (none); BHS (none). Turnovers—CHS 25; BHS 24.

MONROE CENTRAL 71, BARNESVILLE 31

Barnesville (1-3)

Sydney Ralston 2 1-4 6, Layna Broomhall 0 1-2 1, Sydney Bruce 0 0-1 0, Paige Huntsman 0 0-0 0, Lane Hanlon 0 0-0 0, Miranda Plumly 1 2-6 4, Marissa Burga 1 0-0 3, Raquel Bahmer 1 0-0 2, Shayla Markovich 2 9-14 13, Hannah Hannahs 1 0-2 2. Totals 8 13-29 31.

Monroe Central (5-2)

Brittany Hooper 0 0-0 0, Amanda Haslam 2 3-4 8, Anne LaFollette 4 6-8 14, Chelsie Tewanger 5 0-0 13, Laycie Ball 2 2-2 6, Melanie Stimpert 2 0-0 4, Elizabeth Robey 0 0-1 0, Katelyn Dimmerling 1 0-0 2, Chelsie Roberts 6 5-9 18, Annie Digity 0 0-0 0, Kelsey Dick 2 2-5 6. Totals 24 18-29.

Barnesville 3 9 11 8 — 31

Monroe Central 16 23 17 15 — 71

Three point goals— BHS 2 (Ralston 1, Burga 1); MCHS 5 (Tewanger 3, Haslam 1, Roberts 1). Rebounds—BHS 26 (Markovich 7); MCHS 33 (Roberts 9). Assists—BHS 5 ; MCHS 11. Steals—BHS 13 (Plumly 4); MCHS 21 (LaFollette 5). Fouls—BHS 19; MCHS 24. Fouled Out—BHS (none); MCHS (Robey). Turnovers—BHS 29; MCHS 12.

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