New Hope travelled to Bellefontaine for the return match with rival, Calvary Christian.
ASHVILLE — With advantages in height and experience on Saturday, Circleville took charge early in a Mid-State League Buckeye Division game to defeat host Teays Valley 52-33.
After leading by as many as 14, the Ohio Christian University Trailblazers held off a rally by the Pioneers of Point Park on Saturday to take control of third place in the River States Conference East Division with a 72-68 win.
A steal and layup by Jayse Miller in the final seconds on Friday was what Amanda-Clearcreek needed to finally emerge with a 50-45 Mid-State League Buckeye Division win over host Circleville.
The 1951 and 1986 boys golf teams and humanitarian Craig Allison have been named to the Circleville High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2020, with the induction ceremony slated for before the boys varsity basketball game on Saturday against Jackson.
Teays Valley hosted the annual Teays Valley Viking Invitational at the Pickaway County Family YMCA. Chillicothe’s girls and River View’s boys won the eight team event. For the Vikings, the boys came in 4th and the girls finished 5th.
It’s rare for a team to survive a scoreless quarter and virtually impossible when a solid team from the Ohio Capital Conference is providing the opposition.
With the defensive struggles that have plagued Teays Valley through the first half of the season, coach Brian Barnett was pleased with the way his team defended Hamilton Township standout Marquis Moore on Saturday in a 75-53 Mid-State League Buckeye Division win over the host Rangers.
Teays Valley advanced five wrestlers to the championship round and won three weight classes on Saturday on its way to finishing second at the Hilliard Bradley Invitational.