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Adena 53 Chesapeake 40 a final

Adena 53
Chesapeake 40 a final

Both young TEAM with the Chesapeake Panthers being “the younger” of the 2 … Adena starts 2 seniors …plays 5 sophomores … Chesapeake has zero seniors on the TEAM … starts 2 juniors plays 3 jrs/4 sophs and a freshman … the district final started as one might expect both teams a case of the nerves – in this situation a team will look to the senior leadership to settle things down – Adena with the only seniors on the court – followed suit as seniors Zach Fout and Caleb Fogelsong led AHS in the opening period to an early advantage on the scoreboard – Fout opening the scoring with a triple and a deuce to calm the nerves of the Blue & White … Caleb Fogelsong pushed the score out to 10-2 Adena with a couple of 2 pointers … with no senior leadership to look to it came down to the freshmen PG Levi Blankenship to get the Panthers off the snide with back to back transition buckets … help from CHS’s Eli Archer (4 points) kept the Panthers in the game early …both teams turned their opponent over in the opening quarter Adena 4 TOs/peake 5 … 12 Chesapeake 8 after 1 … each team traded baskets in the 2nd with Adena being led by their sophomores – Logan Bennett 4 points/Nate Throckmorton 2 pts/ off the bench Jacob Shipley added a triple to break an 18-18 tie … the Adena size showed in the 2nd as Logan Bennett and Caleb Fogelsong both added putback buckets in the paint for AHS with Bennett’s 2 PBB’s coming in the last minute of action to push the Warriors to a 5 point half time lead … Chesapeake had their only 2 ties of the game in the 2nd period 16-16 and 18-18 … CHS never had the lead all night … Adena 25 Chesapeake 20 intermission … Coach Davis’ troop were doing what they needed to do to be IN this one – they controlled the tempo … in the 3rd period they also did what else they needed to do – they turned Adena over – 7 TOs in the 3rd … Adena opened the 3rd as it had ended the first half with soph Logan Bennett getting in the paint for 2 pts extending the lead to 7 pts ( 27 -20 AHS) … enter freshmen PG Levi Blankenship & jr Tylan Hutchison to once again on the perimeter picking the pockets of the Adena guards for back to back transition baskets to go with 2 Blankenship FTs … the duo drew the score to a 1 point deficit … Adena 27 the peake 26 … a Zach Fout (sr) triple pushed the lead to 30-26 … the 3rd ended with a trey by Blankenship to draw CHS to within two … Adena 35 Chesapeake 33 after 3 … a common thread throughout the first 3 quarters was the Peake’s inability to make their FTs … thru 3 the Panthers were 6/11 from the line … a drive by Tylan Hutchison baseline for 2 was the final tie of the game 35-35 … as Adena closed out the game on an 18-5 run … going 12/17 from the FT line needing to make but 3 fgs in the final period … for the peake 3 fgs – one each by Austin Jackson/Tylan Hutchison/Levi Blankenship the rest of the peake’s points were from the line – 7 total points in the 4th for CHS … the key napkin stats for CHS were 5 TOs/ 1/6 from the FT line / 3 Panthers fouling out … Adena 53 Chesapeake 40 a final …

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SVC: Weekend Wrap-Up & Look Ahead


FRIDAY (Boys): Zane Trace 69, Unioto 50 … Adena 62, Southeastern 49 … Paint Valley 70, Piketon 60 … Westfall 70, Huntington 59

SATURDAY (Boys):  Adena 70, Piketon 58 … Unioto 63, Huntington 50 … Zane Trace 82, Paint Valley 61 … Southeastern 61, Westfall 55

SATURDAY (Girls): McClain 52, Huntington 48 … Piketon 60, Western 42 … Peebles 55, Southeastern 25 … East Clinton 47, Adena 34 … Waverly 52, Zane Trace 7 … Fairfield beats Paint Valley


BOYS: Zane Trace’s Cam Evans has continued his hot start as he’s scored 25, 25 and 32 points over his last three games; Adena’s Zach Fout has powered the Warriors to two consecutive wins with performances of 18 and 19 points, including three 3-point field goals in Saturday’s win over Piketon; Fout’s teammate Jarrett Garrison has been consistent with 11 points, six rebounds and eight assists in Saturday, after a 17-point performance on Friday; Huntington is 0-2 in league play but Elijah McCloskey has scored 52 points in those two outings, losses to Westfall and Unioto; Paint Valley’s Bryce Newland had a big weekend, scoring 37 points and grabbing 24 rebounds

GIRLS: Piketon’s Gracie Lightle scored 19 points in an 18-point win over Western while teammate Ally Crothers added 14; Braiden Collins had 22 points in a four-point loss to McClain while Allison Basye added 15; Paint Valley’s Olivia Smith finished with 14 points in a loss to Fairfield while teammates Kelsey Dunn and Baylee Uhrig each had 12



Zane Trace 3-1, 2-0 … Adena 2-1, 2-0 … Paint Valley 2-2, 1-1 … Unioto 1-2, 1-1 … Westfall 1-2, 1-1 … Southeastern 1-3, 1-1 … Piketon 2-3, 0-2 … Huntington 0-4, 0-2


Unioto 3-0, 3-0 … Piketon 4-1, 2-1 … Huntington 3-2, 2-1 … Southeastern 2-3, 2-1 … Paint Valley 2-5, 2-1 … Westfall 1-3, 1-2 … Adena 0-4, 0-3 … Zane Trace 0-6, 0-3


Sitting at 2-0 and atop the SVC’s standings, Zane Trace looks to be the team to beat on the boys side this season. The Pioneers, led by guard Cam Evans and stretch forward Nick Nesser, ended Unioto’s record 69-game conference winning streak Friday before dismantling Paint Valley the next night. With Colby Swain and Triton Davidson able to defend and score, and Luke Johnson acting as a deep threat, Zane Trace is confident in its ability to win on any given night. They have two winnable games against Huntington and Southeastern this weekend as they look to move to 5-1 overall and 4-0 in the SVC.

Elsewhere, in non-conference play this week, Adena travels to Leesburg Fairfield while Westfall goes to Logan Elm Tuesday evening. Then, on Wednesday, Unioto hosts Nelsonville-York in a non-league contest.

The Warriors have a talent-filled roster thanks to their leading scorer Zach Fout and sophomores Jarrett Garrison and Logan Bennett. When you add Caleb Foglesong and Preston Sykes to the fold, you get a team that could seriously contend for a league title and a district championship berth down the road … if they play to their abilities. Unioto, with senior Chance Smith leading the way, is still learning about its own identity. Without a bonafide go-to scorer, it’ll be interesting to see how the Shermans develop this year and who they’re calling upon to put the ball in the bucket come tournament time.

As for the SVC’s girls, Piketon is a team that may not be getting the credit it deserves. With this past weekend’s win, the Redstreaks have moved to 4-1 overall and are led by the likes of Gracie Lightle, Brianna Odel and Ally Crothers. They’ll travel to Zane Trace Tuesday where they should move to 5-1. Unioto is also favored in its next matchup as the Shermans travel to Adena Tuesday for a league contest while Southeastern goes to Huntington and Westfall makes a trip to Paint Valley.

Pfloyd’s Elite of Southern/SouthEast Ohio – Week#.5

Pfloyd’s Elite of Southern/SouthEast Ohio – Week#.5

… I usually wait to put out the first edition of the Elite 8 until after the first full week of games BUT as I was recording scores & game results the majority of the teams Below the Lancaster-Dixon Line played this past weekend ! as the Pre-season picks are a good starting point for the rankings there ARE teams who are lower than they should be, teams which are higher than they should be … it usually takes a couple of weeks to get teams where they should be in the rankings … I feel pretty good about the pre-season rankings though as some game results solidified the team rankings ie. Chesapeake#16 beat #15 Piketon by one … Eastern Brown#13 beat #20 Whiteoak … New Boston #28 lost a close one to #29 South Webster AT South Webster … then the surprises #66 Lucasville Valley knocked off #34 Adena , #72 Rock Hill smoked #54 Wellston … it’s early in the season with lots of hoops to be played …

… let’s look at the first Official Elite 8 after Week #.5

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SVC: Weekend Wrap-Up & Look Ahead


FRIDAY (Boys): Logan 66, Unioto 47 … Paint Valley 63, Valley 55 … Piketon 54, Valley 47 … Portsmouth West 56, Huntington 50 … Alexander 61, Southeastern 54 (OT)

FRIDAY (Girls): McClain 77, Zane Trace 17

SATURDAY (Boys): Valley 62, Adena 57 … Portsmouth 61, Southeastern 52 … Chesapeake 62, Piketon 61 … McClain 52, Westfall 39 … Amanda 76, Paint Valley 43 … Vinton County 58, Huntington 35 … Hilliard Davidson 74, Zane Trace 45

SATURDAY (Girls): Piketon 54, Whiteoak 19 … Vinton County 82, Paint Valley 47


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