Amanda-Clearcreek erased an early deficit going into halftime and then seized the lead in the second half on Tuesday in a 51-46 non-league girls basketball win over host Columbus School for Girls.
The Unicorns led 12-8 following a period of play, but the Aces made it 18-18 at intermission and took a 30-27 lead going into the final period of play.
Emily Buckley had 14 of her game-high 16 points in the second half to lead the Aces, Grace Davis followed with 12 points and Hailey Sowers added six.
The Aces (5-3) resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play on Friday when they host Bloom-Carroll.
Washington C.H. 43,
Logan Elm 29
Logan Elm put together a competitive half of basketball for the second-straight time out on Tuesday in a 43-29 non-league loss to host Washington Court House.
Five players each scored a basket for the Braves in the first quarter that ended tied at 10-10.
The Blue Lions took a narrow 17-16 lead into halftime and increased their advantage to 28-22 going into the final period.
Enaja Fischer had nine points and Cadence Haupt tallied eight for the Braves (0-8), who resume MSL-Buckeye play on Friday at Fairfield Union.
Teays Valley 55
Bloom-Carroll erupted for 24 points in the opening quarter on Tuesday and didn’t look back as it claimed an 84-55 MSL-Buckeye win over visiting Teays Valley.
The Bulldogs took a 68-39 lead into the final quarter.
Cameron Dyas-Rogers had 18 points to pace the Vikings, Sam Miller tallied 16 and Jackson Smith added nine.
Evan Dozer poured in a game-high 27 points to pace the Bulldogs (5-0, 3-0).
The Vikings (2-2, 1-1) continue league play on Saturday at league co-leader Fairfield Union (6-0, 3-0).
Hamilton Township 37
Cade Young and Tayvon Miller combined for 26 points on Tuesday to help Amanda-Clearcreek to a 51-37 MSL-Buckeye win over visiting Hamilton Township.
The Aces held a 30-18 halftime lead in the contest.
Young also pulled down 12 rebounds to record a double-double on the night and Miller dished out five assists.
Clayton Rhyne and Nate Hunter added eight points apiece, and Peyton Cassley grabbed 11 rebounds for the Aces (3-2, 1-2), who continue league play on Saturday at Circleville.
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