Saturday, December 18 Final Scores

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Olentangy Liberty - 58
Olentangy - 34
6'0 Senior Jordan Rich scored 12 to lead the Pats (7-1) romp over the Braves (3-3) at Lewis Center. Caitlin Ronk had nine points for Olentangy.

DeSales - 41
Lancaster - 32
Celina Davis's 10 points led DeSales who built a 29-13 halftime lead then held off the Gales. Peyton Wilson's 11 points for LHS led all scorers.

MVL
Coshocton - 15
New Lexington - 60
The Panthers scored early and often building a 20-2 lead then costed to the win. The Orange and Black are 8-2 overall and 6-1 in the league.

Philo - 39
Tri-Valley - 66
Tri-Valley moved to 8-0 and 7-0 in the MVL with the win. Lexi Howe had 18 points including four three pointers for the winners. Philo drops to 5-4 and 4-3 in the MVL.

West Muskingum - 38
Morgan - 60

John Glenn - 52
St. Clairsville - 48
Overtime

Crooksville - 61
Meadowbrook - 55
Grace Frame poured in 21 points to lead the Creamics (3-6) (2-5) overtime win over Meadowbrook which had a six point lead after three quarters.

Maysville - 52
River View - 45
Jayda McGarvey with a season high 31 points led the visiting Panthers to their intital win of the season 1-7. The Black Bears drop to 2-8.

Other
Fort Recovery - 33
Mechanicsburg - 59
In the battle of Indians and similar school colors it was Mechanicsburg (8-0) leading from start to finish over the invaders from Mercer County. The pressing home standing Indians led 33-15 at the break and pushed the lead to the final 26 point margin behind a balanced scoring attack. Addie Delong pumped in 14 for the winners while Dani Schipfer and Olivia Skillings had 12 apiece. Fort Recovery falls to 1-8.

Jonathan Alter - 53 (5-2)
London - 35 (3-4)

North Olmstead - 10
Elyria Catholic - 52
The Panthers moved to 4-0 in the Great Lakes and 5-2 overall with a rout of the Eagles who are 3-4 overall and 1-3 in the Great Lakes.

 
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