New Philadelphia's Streak Snapped by Rival Dover, 46-34 February 21, 2017 The Tornadoes swept up a hot Quakers squad on Friday, 46-34, to snap their 12-game winning streak and snag the ECOL title outright. An exciting crosstown rivalry drew a sold-out crowd that roared throughout the night. After leading by three at half, New Philadelphia could only muster 12 second-half points on a solid Dover defense. Tornadoes senior Tyler Bardall had a game-high 17 points and the Quakers now turn their focus to making a run in the D-II state tournament.
Sheridan Crashes West Muskingum's Senior Night with a 60-44 Win February 21, 2017 It was Senior Night at West Muskingum and while seniors Gunner Hazen and Drew McKenzie had big nights, Stan Knox and the Generals had a bigger night. Knox's 21 points was key in helping Sheridan pull away from the Tornadoes in the 2nd half for the 60-44 win. Both teams now gear up for their respective tournaments. Sheridan battles Athens while the Tornadoes host Harrison Central.
Cambridge Spoils Philo's Senior Night, 69-55 February 22, 2017 Cambridge spoiled Philo’s senior night, beating the Electrics 69-55. The Bobcats started hot, leading by as many as 15 in the first half. Philo stormed back in the 3rd quarter to tie it up before Cambridge pulled away in the 4th. Evan Smith and Lane Deal both finished with 12 points apiece, while Alex Massenelli paced the Bobcats with 31.
Meadowbrook Wins OVAC 4-A Title with 81-73 Win Over Steubenville February 20, 2017 The Colts are OVAC 4-A Champs once again after easing past Steubenville 81-73! Justin Cork and Trey Singleton stole the show, each scoring 24 points for Meadowbrook who finishes the regular season at 19-3. The Colts were a highly efficient 60% shooting from the field. They now look ahead to tourney place where they'll host West Holmes.
Buckeye Trail Falls to Martins Ferry in OVAC 3-A Final, 64-47 February 20, 2017 Behind a three-headed offensive attack, Martins Ferry took down Buckeye Trail, 64-47, to claim the OVAC 3-A Championship. Zac Selby, Darius Ray, and Jack Davis scored all but four points for the Purple Riders, with Selby pouring in 28. The Warriors started hot, but a knee injury to starting center Jake Doudna changed the complexion of the game. CJ McCall and Troy Pontius stepped up, scoring 17 points each for Trail.
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