Four Pickaway County boys teams post wins

Logan Elm turned in perhaps its most balanced performance on offense so far this season on Tuesday in a 57-34 non-league win over visiting Chillicothe.
Braylen Baker scored seven points to help the Braves to a 15-8 lead after the opening quarter.
Konnor Starkey and Garret Summers took over in the second quarter with six points apiece to expand the advantage to 29-15 at halftime.
Logan Elm forced Chillicothe into 10 turnovers during the first half and 15 overall for the game.
Baker scored a game-high 16 points, Starkey and Tanner Holbert scored 13 points apiece and Summers chipped in 11. Starkey led the Braves shooting wise, knocking down 6 of 7 (85.7 percent) shots.
The Braves (13-4), now winners of six straight games, resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play, weather permitting, on Friday at Fairfield Union.
Circleville 71,
Berne Union 33

Circleville used a 28-point outburst in the second quarter to take charge of a non-league game on Tuesday and rout visiting Berne Union.
Seven players took part in scoring during the period for the Tigers, with Ian Warden leading the way with eight points and Drew Moats adding six. The Tigers connected on five three-pointers during the quarter to take a 42-14 lead into halftime.
Craig Fleck was one of 11 players to reach the scoring column for the Tigers with a game-high 15 points. Warden followed with 14, and Briley Cramer and Moats added nine apiece.
The Tigers (5-14) resume league play on Friday at Liberty Union.
Westfall 48,
Madison-Plains 38
Westfall put three players into double figures on Tuesday as it recorded a 48-38 non-conference win over visiting Madison-Plains.
Casey Cline led the way with 14 points, while Trevor Wolfe and Ashton Nunemaker added 11 apiece for the Mustangs (10-7), who resume Scioto Valley Conference play on Friday at Unioto.
New Hope Christian 46,
Fisher Catholic 39

Freshman Hunter Cavanaugh scorched the nets for 17 points on Tuesday to help New Hope to a 46-39 win over host Fisher Catholic.
Lane Bruning and Simon Kuhlwein added 13 points apiece for the Statesmen (8-7), who continue their road trip on Saturday at Bishop Hartley.
Grove City Christian 53,
Amanda-Clearcreek 51
Girls Basketball
Fairfield Union 44,
Amanda-Clearcreek 40

A slow start on Tuesday helped to prevent Amanda-Clearcreek from upsetting MSL-Buckeye-leading Fairfield Union, 44-40.
The Aces were held to a pair of free throws by Grace Davis in the first quarter to fall behind 7-2. Fairfield Union maintained a five-point lead at 21-16 going into halftime and added two more points to its advantage in the third to go ahead 31-25.
Davis scored 11 points and Emily Bucklet added four in the final period, as the Aces worked to battle back but fell short by a pair of possessions.
Davis led the Aces with 15 points and Buckley added 14.
The Aces (13-8, 7-6) continue league play on Saturday at Logan Elm.
Teays Valley 41,
Circleville 20

Teays Valley limited visiting Circleville to just three first-quarter points on Tuesday to record a 41-20 MSL-Buckeye win.
The Vikings jumped out to a 15-3 lead after a period of play and still led 22-10 at halftime and 32-17 going into the fourth quarter.
Jenna Horsley drained four three-pointers on her way to a game-high 18 points for the Vikings, Ashley DeWeese chipped in nine and Aimee Watson added six.
Gabby McConnell had 12 points and Faith Yancey added four for the Tigers.
The Vikings (15-5, 11-2) are schedule to host Worthington Christian on Thursday for a non-league game, while the Tigers (9-12, 4-9) wrap-up the regular slate on Saturday when they entertain Hamilton Township.
Bloom-Carroll 70,
Logan Elm 11

Abbie Reisinger and Cadence Haupt scored three points apiece for Logan Elm on Tuesday in a MSL-Buckeye 70-11 loss to host Bloom-Carroll.
The Braves (0-20, 0-12) are scheduled to travel to Hamilton Township on Thursday for a league game.

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