Tigers hold off Panthers

Circleville held off a late charge by visiting Miami Trace on Thursday to capture a 46-44 non-league win.
The Tigers jumped out to a 14-9 lead after a period of play and expanded that advantage to 26-16 at halftime. Miami Trace cut its deficit to 36-30 entering the fourth quarter.
Circleville improved to 3-1 against foes from the Frontier Athletic Conference with the win.
Gabby McConnell poured in a game-high 15 points, Faith Yancey tallied 13 and Lily Winter added 12 for the Tigers (9-9), who resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play on Saturday when they host Amanda-Clearcreek for an afternoon matinee.

Teays Valley 70,
Logan Elm 17

Nine players reached the scoring column for host Teays Valley on Thursday in a 70-17 MSL-Buckeye win over Logan Elm.
Five players scored in the opening quarter to help the Vikings take a 20-4 lead. Jenna Horsley led the way with a pair of three-pointers and Aly Williard added five points.
Teays Valley exanded its lead to 38-6 at halftime. Kennedy Younkin was one of six players to score for the Vikings during the period with six points and Aimee Watson chipped in four.
Jenna Horsley led all scorers with 18 points, Younkin tallied 12, and Williard and Alyssa Horsley added eight apiece.
Clara Wilson scored seven points and Cadence Haupt added three for the Braves.
Logan Elm (0-15, 0-8) travels to Liberty Union on Saturday to continue league play, and Teays Valley (10-5, 7-2) hosts league-leading Fairfield Union (16-1, 10-0) on Monday.

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