The Lady Monarchs of Marysville rolled to a 50-34 Senior Night victory over Olentangy Orange on Saturday.
MHS (5-2) held an 11-5 margin at the end of the opening quarter and took a 19-14 lead by halftime.
The Lady Monarchs, who will play at Olentangy on Friday, held a 28-21 advantage by the conclusion of the third set.
Tinley Graves and Kass Lee each tallied 12 points to lead MHS.
Also putting points on the board were Ava Krutowskis-eight, Ava Wilkerson-seven, Leah Brown-five, and Madi Sloan, Abbey Williams and Alyssa Strahm, each with two.
Fairbanks’ boys hoopsters upped their record to 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the Ohio Heritage Conference on Saturday.
The Panthers topped West Jefferson, 46-39, in overtime.
The battle was tight all the way.
The score was tied 7-7 after the opening period.
FHS held a 19-16 edge at halftime.
The contest was tied 31-all at the end of the third set and 38-38 by the end of regulation.
Wyatte Miller led the Panthers with 15 points and Braylon Green tallied 13.
Also scoring for FHS were Trey Good-seven, Kyler Wilson-six, Carter Schultz-three and Grant Rausch-two.
The Panthers will play at Greeneview on Tuesday.
Pioneers still unbeaten
Jonathan Alder’s boys upped their record to 6-0 with a 47-35 triumph over Springfield Shawnee.
The Pioneers climbed to a 20-10 lead by the end of the opening period.
Both teams’ offense struggled during the ensuing stanza.
JA, though, grabbed a 28-15 margin at halftime.
The Pioneers took a 38-24 advantage into the final eight minutes of action.
Joey Walker led Alder with 16 points.
He was joined in double figures by Gavin Heimlich and Jackson Izzard, each of whom tallied 12.
Peyton Heiss scored five points and Grant Welsch added two.
Alder will host North Union on Tuesday.
It will be a varsity-only evening, beginning at 6 p.m.
Lady Panthers fall
Fairbanks’ girls dropped a 47-36 verdict at Springfield Catholic Central.
The Irish jumped out to a 16-7 margin by the end of the opening stanza.
SCC held a 27-17 spread at halftime and a 38-30 edge at the conclusion of the third quarter.
Carly Lehman and Elaina Lahmers each tallied 10 markers for FHS (7-5 overall and 4-3 in the OHC).
Megan Rausch scored six, followed by Macy Miller-four and two apiece from Emma Kugel, Gracie Pyers and Lillian Miller.
FHS is set to host Greeneview on Wednesday.
Triad girls drop game
The Lady Cardinals dropped a 68-42 verdict at Cedarville.
Cati LeVan led Triad (4-7 overall and 2-5 in the OHC) with 13 points and four assists.
Frani LeVan matched her twin sister with 13 points, while Cayla Eaton tallied 12 rebounds.
The Lady Cardinal varsity will host Ridgemont at 6 p.m. today.
The St. John’s boys hoopsters beat Tree of Life, 26-15, and fell to the Bunsold Middle Seventh seventh grade Red team, 33-29, last week.
Jackson Burns and Logan Landry led the Jaguars with five points apiece during the victory over Tree of Life.
They were followed by Nate Fisher and Gianni Russo-four each, Blake Gorton and Connor Boyd-each with three and Lincoln Thrush-two.
Gorton topped St. John’s with 11 markers against Bunsold.
Fisher tallied six, Landry finished with four, Boyd scored three and Thrush added two.
The St. John’s JV squad downed Columbus Academy, 30-16, and fell to Olentangy Liberty, 23-20.
Boyd led the Jaguars with 16 points against Academy.
He tallied eight during the game against Liberty.
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