Wednesday's HS sports highlights: Indian Valley outscores Dover in wrestling battle

Indian Valley's Jaxon Burcher (left) wrestles Dover's Jackson Storm Wednesday night.
Indian Valley's Jaxon Burcher (left) wrestles Dover's Jackson Storm Wednesday night.

Indian Valley jumped out to a 17-0 lead from the start en route to a 53-21 win over Dover in high school wrestling action at Gnadenhutten Wednesday night.

Indian Valley opened the scoring as Gage Woods won at 106 pounds followed by Isaac Meese with a 32 second pin over Wilber Mejia-Ajanel at 113 pounds and Leroy Steagal recorded an 18-1 technical fall over Christian Gomez-Sanchez at 120 pounds to give the hosts a 17-0 advantage.

Dover picked up its first win at 126 pounds when Pedro Brito-Garcia pinned Hunter Albright in 2:54 at 126 pounds to cut the IV lead to 17-6.

Indian Valley's Hunter Albright wrestles Dover's Pedro Brito-Garcia Wednesday night.
Indian Valley's Hunter Albright wrestles Dover's Pedro Brito-Garcia Wednesday night.

Indian Valley's Quake Beatty pinned Diego Ramirez at 1:43 at 132 pounds to extend the Braves lead to 23-6 and teammate Gaven Hostetler followed that up with a 5-0 decision over Sebastian Ramirez-Gomez at 138 pounds to make it 26-6.

Dover got a win back when Marco Mejia-Ajanel picked up a forfeit at 145 pounds to cut the Crimson Tornadoes deficit to 26-12.

Indian Valley's Josh Midkiff won by forfeit at 152 pounds to make it 32-12 and Tristen Bryan also won by forfeit at 160 pounds to extend the Braves lead to 38-12.

Remmington Myers increased Indian Valley's lead to 44-12 with a pin at 1:36 over Darrell Bowden at 170 pounds before Dover's Brandon Kiser won by forfeit at 182 pounds to close the Crimson Tornadoes deficit to 44-18.

Indian Valley head coach Dusty Braun gives some instruction to Isaac Meese Wednesday night.
Indian Valley head coach Dusty Braun gives some instruction to Isaac Meese Wednesday night.

Indian Valley's Jaxon Burcher decisoned Jackson Storm 7-4 at 195 pounds to give the hosts a 47-18 advantage and Easton Cook pinned Joey Tristano at 2:21 and the Braves were on top 53-18 after the 220-pound match.

Dover won the final match of the night as Noah Tristano decisoned Joe Reynolds 8-2 to make the final 53-21.

Indian Valley and Dover battled it out on the mats Wednesday night.
Indian Valley and Dover battled it out on the mats Wednesday night.

Malvern Triangular

Host Malvern defeated Newcomerstown and Tusky Valley in a triangular.

The Hornets downed Newcomerstown 58-16 and stopped Tusky Valley 48-27.

Garaway Triangular

In the final home match of his career, Garaway's Kyle Miller secured his 100th victory by pinning his opponent from Triway.

Senior Kyle Miller was 3-0 on the night, with three first period pins. Matthew Vogel, Jesse Johnson, Jonathan Domer, and Clayton Downs all went 2-1.

Girls basketball

Dover 48, Minerva 38

Morgan Kiser scored 20 points, Tori Jones added 11 and Taylor Luneborg put in 10 with three assists as visiting Dover recorded a non-conference win at Minerva.

The Crimson Tornadoes, who got seven rebounds from Ava Zobel, ended up the regular season 11-9.

Dover led 11-7 after one quarter, 25-20 at the half and 36-28 after three quarters of play.

Jenna Cassidy and Lydia Brunner each scored nine points to lead the Lions (8-13).

The Dover JV team finished 11-9 on the season after a 36-13 victory. Carley Noretto led Dover with 11 points and Rachel Pfeiffer added eight points and 11 rebounds.

Fairless 41, Triway 35

Grace Lyon scored 24 points and surpassed the 1,000-point plateau as Fairless downed host Triway in Principals Athletic Conference play.

Fairless, who got seven points from Gracie Ashton, led 11-9 after the first quarter. The teams were tied 21-21 at the half before the visitors took a 34-28 advantage into the fial frame.

Aaliyah Wirth led Triway with 12 points and Mallory Fluharty added 10.

Central Catholic 40, Garaway 35, OT

In the overtime period, Tuscarawas Central Catholic outscored Garaway 5-0 to secure a win on Senior Night on Amy Slowikowski court.

Central's Reese Triplett drives against Garaway Wednesday night.
Central's Reese Triplett drives against Garaway Wednesday night.
Central's Maddie Ferrell (right) battles Garaway's Makayla Sitzlar for a rebound.
Central's Maddie Ferrell (right) battles Garaway's Makayla Sitzlar for a rebound.

The Pirates (10-11) jumped out to a 16-10 lead after one quarter and extended the lead to 23-11 late in the second half., but the Saints (15-6) scored the final eight points of the second period on a three point field goal by Megan Peltz and a three pointer and running lay-up by Maddie Ferrell to cut the lead to 23-19 at intermission.

Central’s defense stifled the visitors in the third quarter, outscoring the Pirates 9-1. The teams were tied at 35 after regulation.

Ferrell led Central and all scorers with a career-high 18 points, while Reese Triplett added 11 for the winners. The Saints honored their lone senior, Gina Sciarretti, who contributed four points and 11 rebounds.

Riley Putt led Garaway with 12 points.

This is Central’s second win in five days over the Pirates. The Saints won 25-21 at the IVC Showcase at Hiland on Saturday, winning the first crossover game for the IVC North in over twenty tries.

West Holmes 55, Lexington 42

Kinsey Patterson scored 23 points and recorded four steals and Ella McMIllen had a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds and added four steals and three assists as West Holmes won the Ohio Cardinal Conference for the second year in a row with a win over Lexington.

The Knights used a 20-9 fourth quarter to pull away for the victory after taking a 35-33 lead into the final period. West Holmes led 13-10 after one quarter and 26-20 at the half.

Carrollton 34, Canton South 33

Lauren Marmo scored 12 points and grabbed t10 rebounds to lead host Carrollton past Canton South in an Eastern Buckeye Conference clash.

Canton South led 6-4 after one quarter, but Carrollton took a 17-16 lead at the half and trailed 23-22 going to the final frame.

Sophia Glass was next in scoring for Carrollton (11-10, 4-8) with nine.

Summer Hastings-Peterson led Canton South (13-9) with 12.

Ridgewood 46, East Canton 23

Kelsie Stephens scored 22 points and Mya Masloski added 19 as host Ridgewood knocked off East Canton in an IVC crossover game.

The Generals (6-13), who also got three points from Taryn Morris and two from Alana Shroyer to round out Ridgewood's scoring, led 11-6 after one quarter, 24-11 at the half and 38-18 going to the fourth quarter.

Tori Reichard led East Canton (5-17) with six points.

Waynedale 55, Hiland 50, OT

Waynedale coach Rick Geiser appreciates every "W" his Golden Bears register. And this season, he's been doing a lot of appreciating.

The 55-50 overtime thriller the Bears posted over Hiland Wednesday at Waynedale is one win he and his girls will surely savor, stretching their winning streak to 21 games this year in a tune-up for another extended trek down the tournament trail.

"We don't take any win for granted," Geiser said. "They're excited. This was a great tournament prep for us. Hiland is a great program, and to be able to come out of here with a win is big for these girls. I'm proud of them."

The Golden Bears have now won 38 regular-season games in a row dating back to last season.

Brooklyn Yoder, who scored 10 points and muscled down 15 rebounds for the winners, was a force inside all evening. But it was her lone 3-pointer with 1:55 remaining in overtime that gave the Golden Bears the lead for good.

Aila Miller and Trish Troyer scored 11 points each for Hiland.

River View 47, Philo 41

Host River View rallied for a Muskingum Valley League win over Philo at Warsaw.

The teams were tied 9-9 after one quarter, but the Electrics took a 25-19 lead at the half and was up 32-30 going to the fourth quarter.

Philo won the JV contest 44-25.


Indian Valley vs. Central Catholic

Indian Valley's bowlers traveled to host Tuscarawas Central Catholic at Wabash Lanes.

TCC swept the match, but Indian Valley's Daniel Grewell set a school record as he bowled 267 and 225 games for a 492 series. The previous record was 483.

The TCC boys won 2,321-1,959 as Salvatore Fadorsen bowled a 391 (156-235) and Aaron Mercier added a 355 (169-186).

After Grewell's 492, Brentin Irwin posted a 312 (135-177).

The TCC girls won 2,001-1,557 as Emma Slates led the way with a 356 (170-186) and Alex Sica added a 343 (159-184).

Zoe Blickensderfer led Indian Valley with a 272 (117-155) and Morgan Clum added a 254 (137-127).

Indian Valley will host TCC at Cy Young Lanes Friday night.

New Phila vs. Conotton Valley

New Philadelphia traveled to Atwood Lanes to take on Conotton Valley.

The CV girls won 2,355-2,078 as Daphne Stuber bowled a 428 series (204-214) and Mackenzie Willoughby added a 398 (204-194).

Hannah Trimble paced New Phila with a 381 (226-155) and Maggie Compher posted a 374 (211-163).

The New Phila boys won 2,398-2,331 as Zach Schupbach led the way with a 378.

Nolan Caldwell paced CV with a 240 high game en route to a 411 series.

Dover vs. Sandy Valley

Host Sandy Valley swept Dover in action at Carroll Lanes.

The Sandy Valley girls won 2,165-2.055 as Joey Boyer bowled a 452 series (224-228) and Miah Delaney added a 366 (207-159). The Cardinals are now 8-3, 6-2.

Dover was led by Kaylie Gibson's 359 (171-188) and Sidney Zimmerman's 343 (169-174).

The Sandy Valley boys were 2,368-1,910 winners behind Alonzo Peche and Jakob Crowe each fired a 382 series. Peche had games of 228 and 154 and Crowe rolled a 169 and 213.

Jacob Shanklin led Dover with a 378 (175-203) and Colin McGlothlin added a 317 (167-150).

Carrollton vs. Minerva

Carrollton split with host Minerva at Minerva Bowl.

The Carrollton girls improved to 15-2 overall, 9-0 in the Stark County Conference and 7-0 ijn the Eastern Buckeye Conference after a 2,425-2,394 win.

Kellyn Harsh led Carrollton with a 422 series (2040218) and Tara Oberlin followed with a 400 (194-206).

Lydia Sanor paced Minerva with a 395.

The Minerva boys won 2,803-2,399 as Ahdyn Lautzenheiser fired a 446 and Nick Baumberger added a 352.

Kobe Green led Carrollton with a 395 (212-183) and Ryan Worth added a 352 (176-176).

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