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PDT Sports Report

Jayllen Carter broke Portsmouth’s single-game scoring record with a 44-point performance as the visiting Trojans opened SEOAL play with a 75-43 win at Jackson.

Last season, Dion McKinley put his name in the record books with a 42-point performance against Logan, reaching beyond Larry Hisle’s record. Ky’re Allison added 11.

The Trojans return home Saturday night to face Ironton.

Portsmouth 19 17 25 14 — 75

Jackson 9 13 6 15 — 43

Portsmouth — Oliver 1-1-3, Lisath 2-0-5, Allison 4-1-11, Lattimore 2-1-5, Dickerson 2-0-4, Carter 16-9-44, Peano 0-1-1, Gibson 1-0-2, Totals 28-13-75.

Jackson — E. Crabtree 5-1-11, Walker 4-2-10, Bachtel 3-3-9, J. Crabtree 1-0-2, Neal 3-0-6, Kearnes 0-1-1, Phillips 1-0-2, Jenkins 1-0-2, Totals 18-7-43.

3-Point Goals — Portsmouth 6 (Carter 3, Allison 2, Lisath); Jackson None.

Records — Portsmouth 2-1 (1-0); Jackson 0-2 (0-1).

Valley 64, Minford 62

Valley bounced back from Tuesday’s loss against Ironton to defeat host Minford 64-62 in Friday’s SOC II contest.

Hayden Dunn led the Indians with 20 points, Jordan West had 11 and Will Howard with 10 in the win. Austin McBee’s 30 points led all scorers in the loss while Cody Stapleton added 12 and Jared McCray chipped in with 10.

Valley returns home Tuesday to host Piketon. The Falcons entertain Notre Dame.

Valley 15 16 19 14 — 64

Minford 15 20 14 13 — 62

Valley — Flowers 4-0-9, Rolfe 4-0-9, Shope 1-0-3, Howard 4-2-10, Brown 1-0-2, 5-0-11, Dunn 8-4-20, Totals 27-6-64.

Minford — McCray 4-2-10, McBee 11-6-30, Howard 1-2-4, Stapleton 5-0-12, Rowe 1-0-2, Gullion 2-0-4, Totals 24-10-62.

3-Point Goals — Valley 4 (Flowers, Rolfe, Shope, West); Minford 4 (McBee 2, Stapleton 2).

Records — Valley 2-1 (1-0); Minford 1-1 (0-1).

Oak Hill 64, West 60

Luke Hammond’s game-high 29 points helped visiting Oak Hill erase a 47-45 deficit entering the fourth quarter and come out with a 64-60 win over West in Friday’s SOC I action.

It’s the second-straight contest where the Senators have allowed 29 points to an individual. Garrin Stiltner (11 points) and Drew Haislop (10) were the other two Oaks in double digits.

West was paced by Michael Hafer’s 20-point, six-rebound performance. Zach Bolton chipped in with 11 for the hosts.

The Senators have another home game Tuesday as they host New Boston. The same night, Oak Hill entertains Symmes Valley.

Oak Hill 11 16 18 19 — 64

West 13 17 17 13 — 60

Oak Hill — Gaines 2-0-4, Stiltner 4-2-11, Haislop 3-3-10, Kidd 0-2-2, Love 3-2-8, Hammond 8-10-29, Totals 20-19-64.

West — Davis 4-0-9, Irwin 1-0-2, Frye 4-0-9, Z. Bolton 3-4-11, Hafer 7-6-20, Travis 3-2-9, Totals 22-12-60.

3-Point Goals — Oak Hill 5 (Hammond 3, Stiltner, Haislop); West 4 (Davis, Frye, Z. Bolton, Travis).

Records — Oak Hill 3-0 (1-0); West 1-2 (0-1).

Wheelersburg 43, Waverly 25

Eddie Miller and Derek Moore each had 10 points as visiting Wheelersburg was able to grind out a 43-25 SOC II opening win over host Waverly.

Jean Paul White led the Tigers with nine. The Pirates travel to the University of Rio Grande to face Jackson in Saturday’s contest while Waverly travels Tuesday to Ironton.

Wheelersburg 12 8 10 13 — 43

Waverly 5 6 8 6 — 25

Wheelersburg — E. Miller 3-2-10, Claxon 0-4-4, Widdig 1-0-3, Cowgill 1-1-3, Massie 1-1-4, D. Miller 4-0-9, Moore 4-1-10, Totals 14-9-43.

Waverly — White 3-0-9, Rinehart 3-0-6, Bolin-Hitchins 1-0-2, Sylvester 1-0-2, Henderson 0-2-2, Heibel 1-1-4, Totals 9-3-25.

3-Point Goals — Wheelersburg 6 (E. Miller 2, Widdig, Massie, D. Miller, Moore); Waverly 4 (White 3, Heibel).

Records — Wheelersburg 1-1 (1-0); Waverly 1-2 (0-1).

Clay 45, Western 43 (OT)

Mark Shaffer’s basket with 1.8 seconds left in overtime helped Clay escape Latham with a 45-43 overtime SOC I win over Western.

Michael Schmidt tied for the game-high scoring with 14 points while Mason Pelphrey added 11 in the win. The Indians also got 14-point outings from Dakota Garrett and Nick Shanks.

The Panthers go Tuesday to Ironton St. Joseph. Western hosts Peebles Saturday.

Clay 4 12 12 13 4 — 45

Western 16 9 9 7 2 — 43

Clay — A. Phipps 1-0-2, Phillips 1-1-4, Whitt 2-2-6, Shaffer 1-6-8, Schmidt 5-4-14, Pelphrey 5-1-11, Totals 15-14-45.

Western — May 1-0-2, East 1-1-4, Lee 0-1-1, Fite 2-0-4, Garrett 4-4-14, Riggs 1-0-2, Shanks 5-4-14, Brewster 1-0-2, Totals 15-10-43.

3-Point Goals — Clay 1 (Phillips); Western 3 (Garrett 2, East).

Records — Clay 2-2 (1-0); Western 0-3 (0-1).

Notre Dame 57, Eastern 52

JP Kayser’s 24 points gave Notre Dame a 57-52 SOC I road win at Eastern.

Daniel Ogg and Michael Mader combined for 24 rebounds for the Titans. Chad Lands led the Eagles with 16.

Notre Dame is at Minford Tuesday. Eastern is at New Boston next Friday.

Notre Dame 11 13 17 16 — 57

Eastern 16 14 7 15 — 52

Notre Dame — Lewis 2-0-4, Smith 0-2-2, Haney 2-2-7, JP Kayser 7-8-24, Cooper 1-0-3, Mader 3-3-9, Ogg 3-2-8, Totals 18-17-57.

Eastern — Lightle 3-0-7, Fulks 1-2-5, Lands 7-0-16, Pickett 4-1-9, Thacker 3-0-6, Murphy 2-1-5, Dyke 2-0-4, Totals 22-4-52.

3-Point Goals — Notre Dame 4 (JP Kayer 2, Haney, Cooper); Eastern 4 (Lands 2, Lightle, Fulks).

Records — Notre Dame 3-0 (1-0); Eastern 2-2 (0-1).

East 55, Symmes Valley 44

East is 3-0 on the year with a 55-44 road win at SOC I foe Symmes Valley.

Justin Crager and Tyler Bradford each had 17 for the Tartans while Patrick Bias had 14. DJ Miller led the Vikings with 15.

The Tartans are at Notre Dame Friday.

East 16 10 9 20 — 55

Symmes Valley 13 10 11 12 — 44

East — Crager 6-4-17, Russell 1-0-3, Bradford 6-5-17, Walker 1-0-2, Bias 5-4-14, Basham 1-0-2, Totals 20-13-55.

Symmes Valley — Miller 5-2-15, Baldwin 5-1-11, Corn 2-0-4, Tony 1-1-3, Malone 2-0-4, Rowe 4-0-8, Totals 19-4-44.

3-Point Goals — East 2 (Crager, Russell); Symmes Valley 4 (Miller 4).

Records — East 3-0 (1-0); Symmes Valley 1-1 (0-1).





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