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Raigan Sammons’ 3-pointer with under two minutes left in overtime was all visiting Notre Dame needed in overtime to clinch at least a share of its second-straight SOC I title as the Titans defeated Clay 55-54 in overtime.


Jen Arnzen led Notre Dame with 26 points and 20 rebounds while Sammons was four-of-five from beyond the arc on her way to a 14-point night. Lexie Gilliland and Katie Redding had matching 15-point, 11-rebound nights for the Panthers.


Notre Dame hosts Western Saturday night as a part of the boys-girls doubleheader with the Titan boys taking on Raceland (Ky.) afterwards. Clay hosts Northwest Monday.


Notre Dame 15 14 11 12 3 — 55


Clay 13 11 16 12 2 — 54


Notre Dame — Ramey 1-0-3, Welsh 2-1-5, Phillips 1-0-2, Pierron 1-0-3, Marting 1-0-2, Arnzen 9-5-26, Sammons 5-0-14, Totals 20-6-55.


Clay — C. Whitley 2-0-4, Gilliland 6-1-15, Curley 3-0-9, Delotell 1-0-2, M. Whitley 3-3-9, Redding 6-3-15, Totals 21-7-54.


3-Point Goals — Notre Dame 9 (Sammons 4, Arnzen 3, Ramey, Pierron); Clay 5 (Curley 3, Gilliland 2).


Records — Notre Dame 18-1 (12-0); Clay 13-7 (9-4).


East 46, New Boston 26

Mercedes Tackett and Tiffany Craft each reached double figures Thursday night as East defeated host New Boston 46-26 in SOC I action.

Tackett led all scorers with 14 and Craft had 12 in the win. Eden Howard had 11 points to pace the Tigers, which scored all but one of their field goals from beyond the 3-point arc.

The Tartans go to Ashland (Ky.) Rose Hill Christian Saturday as a part of a girls-boys varsity-only doubleheader with their male counterparts. New Boston hosts Piketon at the same time.

East 18 18 2 8 — 46

New Boston 1 4 9 12 — 26

East — Craft 6-0-12, Monroe 1-0-3, Lindamood 1-0-2, Meadows 3-2-8, Newell 1-0-2, Tackett 6-2-14, Meade 2-0-5, Totals 20-4-46.

New Boston — Howard 3-2-11, Johnson 2-0-6, Thompson 0-3-3, McGraw 1-4-6, Totals 6-9-26.

3-Point Goals — East 2 (Monroe, Meade); New Boston 5 (Howard 3, Johnson 2).

Records — East 7-12 (4-9); New Boston 1-18 (1-12).

Eastern 65, Green 29

Three Eastern players were in double figures, led by Carson Roney’s game-high 27, as the Eagles defeated SOC I foe Green 65-29 Thursday night.

Cassidy Roney finished with 12 points and Brittany Mounts added 10 in the victory. Giulia Elli led the Bobcats with 13.

Eastern goes to Wellston Monday while Green hosts Ashland (Ky.) Rose Hill Christian.

Eastern 17 11 18 19 — 65

Green 7 12 3 7 — 29

Eastern — Day 2-0-4, B. Mounts 5-0-10, Brown 1-0-2, Evans 3-0-6, Alley 2-0-4, Car. Roney 11-2-27, Cas. Roney 6-0-12, Totals 30-2-65.

Green — B. Applegate 1-0-3, M. Applegate 3-3-9, Elli 5-3-13, Imes 2-0-4, Totals 11-6-29.

3-Point Goals — Eastern 3 (Car. Roney 3); Green 1 (B. Applegate).

Records — Eastern n/a; Green 2-18 (1-12).

Valley 63, South Webster 43

Carrie Coriell went off for 24 points and Bethany Conley’s double-double (16 points, 10 rebounds) helped Valley dispatch SOC II rival South Webster 63-43 in Thursday’s contest.

Despite being held to four points, Lexie Doddridge had seven assists and Darby High finished with six steals in the win. Kaci Messer paced the Jeeps with 22.

South Webster goes to Jackson Monday. The Indians host Adena Saturday afternoon.

South Webster 6 14 10 13 — 43

Valley 17 17 11 18 — 63

South Webster — Blanton 3-1-8, Messer 8-3-22, Johnson 0-1-1, Stanley 2-0-4, Sherman 1-0-2, Giles 2-0-4, Potters 1-0-2, Totals 17-5-43.

Valley — Duduit 2-1-6, High 1-0-2, Montgomery 1-0-2, Skaggs 3-3-9, Coriell 11-0-24, Doddridge 0-4-4, Conley 4-8-16, Totals 22-16-63.

3-Point Goals — South Webster 4 (Messer 3, Blanton); Valley 3 (Coriell 2, Duduit).

Records — South Webster 10-8 (5-8); Valley 10-8 (7-6).

West 64, Minford 46

West improved its postseason resume Thursday night as five Senators were in double figures in a 64-46 SOC II home win over Minford.

Alex Ridout led the victors with 14 points. Tori Leader (13), Taylor Conley (12), Hannah Cremeans (11) and McKenzie Whittaker (10) joined Ridout in double digits. Brooklyn Yeley led the Falcons with 14 and Kylie Berry added 10.

Minford plays its regular season finale Feb. 7 at Oak Hill. West hosts Peebles Monday night for Senior Night.

Minford 5 14 9 18 — 46

West 14 21 14 15 — 64

Minford — Grose 1-0-2, Thoroughman 1-0-3, Wynn 2-4-9, Gampp 3-0-6, Berry 4-1-10, Yeley 5-1-14, Fuhrmann 1-0-2, Totals 17-6-46.

West — Conley 4-4-12, Cremeans 4-0-11, Whittaker 3-2-10, Journey 0-2-2, Leader 5-3-13, Ridout 7-0-14, Weghorst 1-0-2, Totals 24-11-64.

3-Point Goals — Minford 6 (Yeley 3, Thoroughman, Wynn, Berry); West 5 (Cremeans 3, Whittaker 2).

Records — Minford 14-6 (9-4); West 10-9 (7-6).

Unioto 40, Piketon 28

Ashlee Lawhorn had 12 points and Kalen Jenkins grabbed eight rebounds but SVC co-leader Unioto was too much for visiting Piketon in Thursday’s 40-28 encounter that went in the Shermans’ favor.

The Redstreaks go to New Boston Saturday night.

Piketon 9 4 5 10 — 28

Unioto 16 7 8 9 — 40

Piketon — Lawhorn 5-1-12, Pelphrey 1-3-5, Jenkins 1-2-4, Legg 1-0-2, Pack 2-1-5, Totals 10-7-28.

Unioto — A. Overly 3-0-8, Rutherford 5-2-13, T. Overly 4-0-8, Flautt 3-1-7, Wolford 0-1-1, Karr 1-0-2, Thomas 0-1-1, Totals 16-5-40.

3-Point Goals — Piketon 1 (Lawhorn); Unioto 3 (A. Overly 2, Rutherford).

Records — Piketon 6-13 (4-8); Unioto 14-6 (11-1).

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