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PDT Sports Report


Notre Dame is one step closer to clinching its second-straight SOC I title and third in school history with a 64-34 home win over New Boston.


With three players in double figures and 10 players overall scoring at least a point, Jen Arnzen led Notre Dame with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Raigan Sammons finished with a dozen and Sammie Marting chipped in with 10.


Emily Waugh led the Tigers with 12. Notre Dame travels Thursday to Green. New Boston hosts Western.


New Boston 8 2 6 18 — 34


Notre Dame 25 10 16 13 — 64


New Boston — McGahan 0-2-2, Waugh 4-2-12, Meehan 0-1-1, Thompson 2-1-5, McGraw 2-3-8, Howard 3-0-6, Totals 11-9-34.


Notre Dame — Stevenson 3-0-6, Ramey 2-0-5, Welsh 2-2-6, Phillips 1-0-2, Pierron 1-0-3, Marting 5-0-10, Kayser 1-1-3, Arnzen 7-1-15, Sammons 5-1-12, Graf 1-0-2, Totals 28-5-64.


3-Point Goals — New Boston 3 (Waugh 2, McGraw); Notre Dame 3 (Ramey, Pierron, Sammons).


Records — New Boston 1-11 (1-9); Notre Dame 14-0 (10-0).


Symmes Valley 59, Green 43

Malenna Davis connected on just the fourth 3-pointer this season for Symmes Valley and Kalli Hunt led all scorers with 23 in the Vikings’ 59-43 road win over Green.

Giulia Elli led the Bobcats with 16 and Madison Applegate added 13 and eight rebounds. Symmes Valley goes to Eastern Thursday while Green hosts Ironton St. Joseph Wednesday and Notre Dame Thursday.

Symmes Valley 13 19 14 13 — 59

Green 10 11 13 9 — 43

Symmes Valley — Davis 1-0-3, M. Hayes 2-0-4, Waddell 2-2-6, K. Hayes 2-2-6, Hunt 11-1-23, Johnson 1-2-4, Payne 4-1-9, Crabtree 2-0-4, Totals 25-8-59.

Green — B. Applegate 4-1-9, M. Applegate 5-3-13, Elli 5-3-16, Imes 2-0-4, Patrick 0-1-1, Totals 16-8-43.

3-Point Goals — Symmes Valley 1 (Davis); Green 2 (Elli 2).

Records — Symmes Valley 6-9 (5-5); Green 2-12 (1-9).

Western 32, East 27

A 12-minute scoring drought proved to be too much for visiting East to overcome Monday night as Western came back from a 20-13 halftime deficit to take a 32-27 SOC I contest.

Liz Jackson had 12 points for the Indians in the win. Mercedes Tackett led all scorers with 13 in the loss.

The Tartans will go on the road Wednesday to West Union before returning home Thursday to entertain Green. Western visits New Boston Thursday.

East 10 10 0 7 — 27

Western 4 9 8 11 — 32

East — Craft 1-0-2, Monroe 2-2-6, Meadows 1-0-2, Newell 1-0-2, Tackett 6-1-13, Meade 1-0-2, Totals 12-3-27.

Western — Brewster 2-0-4, Williams 3-0-6, Coulson 1-0-2, Woods 4-0-8, Jackson 4-1-12, Totals 14-1-32.

3-Point Goals — East None; Symmes Valley 3 (Jackson 3).

Records — East 5-8 (3-7); Symmes Valley 7-9 (5-5).

Eastern 55, Clay 43

With a game-high 19 points from Chandler Brown and another 11 from Carson Roney, visiting Eastern took over sole possession of second place in the SOC I with a 55-43 win at Clay.

Emily Widdowson and Katie Redding each had 14 points to lead the Panthers. Redding also pulled down 11 rebounds.

The Eagles welcome Symmes Valley Thursday while Clay travels to East.

Eastern 13 12 13 17 — 55

Clay 10 10 11 12 — 43

Eastern — Day 2-2-6, Mounts 3-0-6, Brown 7-5-19, Evans 1-0-2, Alley 4-1-9, Car. Roney 5-0-11, Cas. Roney 1-0-2, Totals 23-8-55.

Clay — Gilliland 4-0-8, Delotell 0-2-2, M. Whitley 2-0-5, Widdowson 6-2-14, Redding 7-0-14, Totals 19-4-43.

3-Point Goals — Eastern 1 (Car. Roney); Clay 1 (M. Whitley).

Records — Eastern 12-3 (8-2); Clay 8-6 (7-3).

West 63, Waverly 29

West ended a four-game losing streak Monday and in the process prevented host Waverly from starting a two-game winning streak as the Senators won a 63-29 SOC II contest.

Tara Journey led all scorers with 18 points, Tori Leader had 15 and Taylor Conley finished with 10 in the win. Bri Wiget led the Tigers with eight.

West welcomes Valley in Thursday’s SOC II confrontation. Waverly goes to Oak Hill.

West 23 9 13 18 — 63

Waverly 6 3 14 6 — 29

West — Pierce 1-0-2, Conley 5-0-10, Cremeans 3-0-7, Whittaker 3-0-7, Journey 8-1-18, Trapp 1-0-2, Leader 6-2-15, Ridout 1-0-2, Totals 28-3-63.

Waverly — Martin 1-3-5, Corcoran 1-0-3, Conley 2-0-5, Wiget 4-0-8, Steitenberger 2-0-, Mays 0-4-4, Totals 10-7-29.

3-Point Goals — West 4 (Cremeans, Whittaker, Journey, Leader); Waverly 2 (Corcoran, Conley).

Records — West 6-8 (4-6); Waverly 1-15 (0-10).

The following scores were reported from various media outlets. Full statistics were unavailable at press time.

Minford 62, South Webster 57

Wheelersburg 58, Valley 56 (Overtime)

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