FPS staff report
December 3, 2012
Malvern 74, Sebring 25
The Malvern Lady Hornets jumped out to an 19-5 lead at the end of the first quarter and cruised to a 74-25 win over Sebring last Monday night in their season opener.
Senior Tori McKinney led Malvern players in double figures with 14 points. Logan Smalley was next with 11 and Paige Thompson and Ashley Patterson each added eight points.
Abby Wood led the Hornets with seven rebounds.
Murphy Flowers and Kelsi Settle each had nine points for Sebring.
Last Wednesday, the Hornets improved to 2-0 on the year as they rolled over host Tuscarawas Central Catholic 58-22 in their opening Inter-Valley Conference game.
Smalley led the way for the Hornets with 15 points, while Thompson added 12 and Sara Loomis eight.
Malvern pulled down 33 rebounds, with Smalley and Wood each grabbing five.
The Hornets led 15-8 after the first quarter, 25-12 at the intermission and 44-15 going into the final frame.
Gabriella Fredericks led the Saints with 11 points.
Conotton Valley 48, Meadowbrook 35
Conotton Valley’s Olivia Bower poured in 23 points to lead the Rockets to a 48-35 win over Meadowbrook last Monday night.
Brynlynn Belknap added nine points for the Rockets.
Courtney Wolferton led the Lady Colts with 15 points.
The Rockets led 14-6 after the first quarter, 22-13 at the intermission and 35-17 going into the final period.
Last Wednesday, after winning their opening two games of the season, the Rockets fell to visiting Canton Timken 60-49.
The Trojans got a game-high 36 points from Alahna Singleton.
For the Rockets, Olivia Bower led the way with 21 points and Brynlynn Belknap followed with 14.
Bower also had 11 rebounds for the Rockets.
The game was close until the final frame. Timken led 15-14 after one quarter, 26-25 at halftime and 46-37 going into the fourth quarter.
Ridgewood 56, Sandy Valley 29
Kelsey Miller scored a game-high 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Pirates to a 56-29 win over visiting Sandy Valley last Wednesday night in an Inter-Valley Conference game.
Erica Olinger added 14 for Garaway.
For the Cardinals, Mercedes Bowling and Cortney Huffman each scored eight points.
The Cardinals picked up their first win of the season last Saturday on the road at Tuscarawas Central Catholic.
Cortney Huffman scored 12 points and recorded three steals to lead the Lady Cardinals to a 47-40 win over the Saints in the Inter-Valley Conference opener for both teams.
Bowling added 10 points for the 1-1 Cardinals.
Sandy Valley trailed 26-21 at halftime, but rallied and outscored the Saints 26-14 in the second half.
Gabby Fredericks led the Saints with 17 points and Rachel Sweet added 10.
Louisville 51, Minerva 37
The Leopards’ Jordan Monnot finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Louisville Leopards to a 51-37 win over host Minerva last Saturday afternoon in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference opener for both teams.
Hollyann Mullett added 10 points for the Leopards.
For the Lions, Lorin Clark led the way with 10 points.
The third quarter proved to be the difference in the game as the Leopards outscored the Lions 12-1 to break the game open. Louisville held a 25-20 advantage at halftime.