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Lady Hornets grab two more wins

FPS staff report

Malvern 63, Heartland Christian 11
The Malvern Lady Hornets held Heartland Christian scoreless in the first and fourth quarters in their 63-11 win last Monday night.

Logan Smalley paced 10 Hornets in the scoring column with 12 points, while Tori McKinney added 11 and Sara Loomis added 10 points and nine rebounds.

Malvern led 15-0 after the first quarter, 41-4 at halftime and 53-11 after three quarters.

Last Thursday night, the Lady Hornets turned in another strong defensive effort as they rolled over host Lake Center Christian 42-20.

Smalley led the Hornets with a game-high 20 points, while Abby Wood grabbed 11 rebounds.

The win improved the Hornets to 8-5 for the year.

Olivia Myers and Brianna Miller each had six points for Lake Center Christian.

Last Saturday, the Hornets upped their record to 9-5 for the year with a 45-11 win over Tuscarawas Central Catholic in an IVC game.

Loomis led nine Hornet players in scoring with 11 points.

After the first quarter, the Hornets led 13-1 and 26-6 at halftime.

Gabrielle Fredricks led Central with eight points.

Sandy Valley 44, Tuscarawas Central Catholic 25
Courtney Huffman scored 15 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead the Sandy Valley Lady Cardinals to a 44-25 win over Tuscarawas Central Catholic last Monday night in an Inter-Valley Conference game.

Chelsea Kotlar chipped in with nine points for the Cardinals.
Gabby Fredricks led Central with 14 points.

Last Saturday in an IVC game, the Cardinals fell to Ridgewood,  43-35.

Amanda Lowery paced the Generals with 19 points, while Kelsey Miller followed with 15.

Mercedes Bowling led the Cardinals with eight points. The loss dropped the Cardinals to 5-9 for the year and 3-6 in the IVC.

Sandy Valley trailed 12-3 after the first quarter against the visiting Generals. The Generals took a 25-20 advantage into the locker room at halftime and led 35-28 going into the final quarter.

Conotton Valley 35, Kidron Christian 20
The Rockets jumped on host Kidron Christian early and never looked back as they rolled to a 35-20 win last Thursday night.

Olivia Bower led the Rockets with 14 points, while Brynlynn Belknap added eight points.

Conotton led 12-4 after the first quarter, 22-7 at halftime and 28-13 going into the final frame.

The Rockets returned to action last Saturday at home and defeated Bishop Donahue 45-24.

Bower paced the Rockets with 14 points and 12 rebounds, while Belknap added 12 points and nine rebounds.

The win improved the Rockets to 9-4 for the year and 6-1 in the OVAC.

Louisville 41, Minerva 31

The Lady Leopards remained undefeated in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference with their 41-31 win over visiting Minerva last Saturday afternoon.

Jordan Monnot led the Leopards with 10 points, while Hannah Lemmon scored just two points, but grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked seven Minerva shots.

Raychel Blocher led the Lions with 13 points.

Louisville led 10-5 after the first quarter, and by just two at halftime, 17-15. In the second half, Louisville increased its lead to 26-21 at the end of the third quarter.


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