Prep Roundup: Shadyside gets past Bellaire; Martins Ferry, Barnesville win
SHADYSIDE — Homesteading Shadyside completed the season sweep of Bellaire Monday evening, prevailing by a 43-23 count.
The Tigers found themselves trailing after one period, but proceeded to outscore the Big Reds by 23 over the next 24 minutes.
Shadyside was led by senior standout Baylee Wach, who continued her impressive campaign. She pumped in 18 points to lead all scorers. Sophomore Gentry Brown was next in line for the Orange with eight.
Bellaire, meanwhile, was led by freshman Alli Ault, who hit three bonus goals for nine.
Martins Ferry 53, Steubenville 45
MARTINS FERRY — The resurgent Purple Riders claimed their fourth consecutive victory Monday, toppling Big Red.
Steubenville led, 35-29 after three, but the Riders received a huge final quarter from junior standout Maria Clark, who scored 12 of her game-high 17 in the chapter.
While she led the Riders, Allarah Jones added 15 and Eve Agnew netted 11.
Steubenville was paced by Makayla Abram’s 19 and Kylie Powell’s 17.
Barnesville 72, Bridgeport 28
BARNESVILLE — Senior Rylee Stephens had herself an evening to remember Monday night.
Stephens connected on a single-game school record, eight, 3-point goals in the Shamrocks big win over the Bulldogs. All told, Stephens finished with 30 points.
Barnesville also received 15 points from Ellie Thompson and 13 from Halle Markovich.
The Bulldogs were led by Bailey Dyson’s 10 points.
Frontier 39, River 38
HANNIBAL — River’s return to action after a two-week pause was spoiled by invading Frontier Monday.
The Cougars outscored the Pilots, 16-9 in the fourth to pull out the victory.
Grace Knowlton led Frontier with 13 points.
The Pilots received 14 points from Hannah Raper and 11 from Kelsey Harlan.
Steubenville CC 49, Buckeye Local 44
CONNORVILLE — Steubenville Central received solid foul shooting down the stretch and held off the homesteading Panthers (4-9).
Katie Zatta led the Crusaders with 27 points.
Megan Valuska led the Panthers with 15 points, while Landyn Walker scored 11.