PREP ROUNDUP: Davis again leads Big Reds
CADIZ — Katrina Davis burned the nets as she drained a trio of treys and scored a game-high 29 points to lead Bellaire (11-5) past Harrison Central, 56-28, in girls’ high school basketball action Thursday night.
McKayla Dunkle paced the Huskies (1-15) with 13 points.
Shenandoah 59, Barnesville 50
BARNESVILLE — Ashleigh Wheeler dropped in 31 points to lead Shenandoah past Barnesville.
Rylee Stephens knocked down five 3-pointers on her way to 19 points to pace the Shamrocks. Halle Markovich (12) and Anna Yater (11) also reached double figures.
Monroe Central 69, Linsly 64, OT
WOODSFIELD — Kalista Friday had a monster game with 27 points as Monroe Central needed overtime to knock off Linsly.
Haylynn Hiles added 18 points for the Seminoles.
Carleigh Grimm 18 points and 21 rebounds for the Cadets (7-7). Haley Heitz scored 14 points and Nevaeh Cook added 13. Molly Heron chipped in with 10.
Fort Frye 66, River 12
HANNIBAL — Hannah Archer scored 17 points and Olivia Schneider added 13 as Fort Frye raced past River.
Alli Long paced the pilots with seven points.
Indian Creek 71, Buckeye Local 16
WINTERSVILLE — Indian Creek pushed its record to 14-0, thumping Buckeye Local.
Four Redskins reached double figures — Taylor Jones (17), Ally Tweedy (13), Kylie Kiger (12) and Hailey Clark (12).
Linsly 50, Oak Glen 48
WHEELING — Linsly used a buzzer-beater from sophomore Caleb Murray to slip past Oak Glen at Stifel Fieldhouse.
Murray’s 25-footer right before the final horn lifted the improving Cadets to 9-4. Coach Dave Wojcik’s charges, in the hunt for an OVAC 3A playoff spot, will play host to Youngstown Cardinal Mooney on Saturday.
Senior ace Marshall Taylor again led the Linsly attack with 18 points, including three 3-pointers.
Murray was next with 12 pointers, all coming on 3s, while freshman Nathan Coleman chipped in with 12.
Oak Glen received 13 points each from Gage Patterson and Zach Taylor.