Friday, January 19, 2018

Patriots Fade in Fourth







The Tri Village Patriots are deep into league play in mid January.  The games get critical as they count to the league standings and also the state tournament is on the horizon. Teams are jockeying for a good seed in the tournament.  So every game matters all the more as teams across Ohio work on the 2nd half of their season. So with this situation the Patriots had to face a resurgent Tri-County North team that has caught a wave this winter.  After floundering for many years at the bottom of the league, North has been playing better ball as of late.  The Patriots played with North for most of the game, but they were outpaced down the stretch and dropped a game on the road  62-50....

Complete Story at Daily Advocate

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Indians Scalp Panthers

Newton                    18   21  11  18   68
Twin Valley South    12   10  10   6   38

Scoring for Newton: Tatum Mcbride 23, Anna Wolfe 17, Brooke Deeter 11, Mallory Dunlevy 8, Rachel Kirk 3, Treanna Lavy 2, Britney Oburn 2, Michaela Kirk 2

Scoring for Twin Valley South: Madison Johnson 12, Alexis Bennett 7, Mylan Crews 5, Abby Bingham 5, Kelsie Shafer 3, Taylor Bowers 2, Abby Robertson 2, Evelyn Woodgeard 2

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Ansonia Gets Hot Hand in 2nd Half







It is tough to get a win on the road in the CCC and particularly hard to win at Twin Valley South. Ansonia has been frustrated many times in West Alexandria over the years.  But the Tigers came out of the locker room on a mission and with quiet determination they expanded their 1 point halftime lead. And even after clearing their bench in the last minutes of the 4th quarter they were able to drive away with a decisive win on the road over South 60-46. 

Full story at: Daily Advocate


Thursday, January 04, 2018

Bradford Overcomes First Half Funk to Edge South For Win










To say both teams were slow to start in the first half was an understatement.  Both teams had to shake off the Christmas break doldrums.  It wasn’t until after halftime that the two teams seemed to wake up and begin to play real basketball.  And what a second half it was, with several lead changes and the game finally came down to the last minute where Bradford was able to edge out South to notch a league win 43-39.

Full story to be posted shortly at Daily Advocate

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