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Huntington St. Joe girls to S. Charleston

January 11, 2019

The Herald-Dispatch

SOUTH CHARLESTON - Dena Jarrells scored 19 points and Paige Shy 18 as Huntington St. Joe handed South Charleston its first defeat of the season 78-45 Thursday in girls high school basketball at the South Charleston Community Center.

Bailee Adkins scored 12 and Nene Hickman 10 for the Irish.

Myra Cuffee paced South Charleston with 16 points. Lashae Watts scored 10.

HUNTINGTON ST. JOE 18 27 24 9 - 78: Adkins 12, Hickman 10, Preservati 3, Jarrells 19, Ab. Lee 3, Gray 4, Smith 2, Roberts 7, Shy 18.

SOUTH CHARLESTON 6 8 13 18 - 45: Cuffee 16, Booker 4, Witten 8, Potter 6, Walton 1, Watts 10.

COAL GROVE 39, SOUTH POINT 36: The Hornets moved to the top of the Ohio Valley Conference girls standings with a victory over the Pointers. Coal Grove, South Point and Fairland each have one conference loss.

Addi Dillow led Coal Grove (10-2, 6-1 OVC) with 12 points.

Emilee Carey tossed in 15 points to lead South Point (8-2, 5-1). Ashley Perkey grabbed eight rebounds. Maddy Khounlavong had six rebounds and five steals.

The Pointers let a 13-point halftime lead slip away.

South Point goes to Fairland for a 7:30 p.m. Monday game. The Hornets go out of conference at 7:30 p.m. Monday when they play host to Lincoln County.

COAL GROVE 11 4 12 12 - 39: Dillow 12, Dolen 8, Crum 6, McKnight 5, Hicks 4, Murphy 2, Griffith 2.

SOUTH POINT 14 14 3 5 - 36: Carey 15, Whitt 8, Khounlavong 5, Perkey 4, Roach 4.

SPRING VALLEY 82, RIVERSIDE 39: Haley McComas had a triple-double performance for Spring Valley (3-8). McComas scored 17, pulled down 10 rebounds, dished 11 assists and made five steals.

Sydney Meredith and Bre Saunders topped the Timberwolves’ scoring with 19 and 17 respectively. Meredith and Saunders combined to make 11 of Spring Valley’s 19 three-point shots.

Jasmine Symms tossed in 22 points for Riverside (4-8).

Spring Valley’s next game is Wednesday at home against Capital.

SPRING VALLEY 31 22 26 3 - 82: Spry 1, Saunders 19, McComas 17, Sowder 5, Webb 2, Meredith 20, Edwards 9, Asbury 9.

RIVERSIDE 6 12 8 13 - 39: Stout 3, Stauff 2, Burns 1, Monroe 2, Merrell 7, Bostic 2, Symms 22.

FAIRLAND 64, ROCK HILL 33: The Dragons (8-3 overall, 5-1 OVC) raced to a 38-15 halftime lead and routed the Redwomen (2-7, 0-7) in Pedro, Ohio. Harlie Lyons led Fairland with 20 points. Jenna Stone scored 12 and Kelsie Warnock scored 10 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Allie Marshall grabbed 15 rebounds to go with nine points and five blocked shots. Ryleigh Morris led Rock Hill with eight points.

FAIRLAND 19 19 13 13 - 64: Lyons 20, Stone 12, Warnock 10, A. Marshall 9, E. Marshall 7, Thompson 4, Orsbon 2.

ROCK HILL 7 8 15 3 - 33: Morris 8, Olderham 2, McGraw 6, Scott 2, Howard 3, Porter 1, Hanshaw 6, Cade 5.

Boys

GRACE CHRISTIAN 63, TVC 59: Eli Foster scored 28 and Ricky Tanner 21 as the Soldiers (2-6) defeated Teays Valley Christian in Huntington. Noah Combow led TVC (7-4) with 18 points. Brandon Cook scored 14.

TEAYS VALLEY CHRISTIAN 15 13 15 16 - 59: Noah Combow 18, Brandon Cook 14, Breeding 8, Feazell 6, Danford 5, Cheng 4, Young 4.

GRACE CHRISTIAN 17 18 9 19 - 63: Eli Foster 28, Ricky Tanner 21, Perry 7, Branson 5, Workman 2.

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