In a Thursday night SWBL matchup, the Valley View girls basketball team edged out Oakwood, besting their division foes 56-53.
Abigail Dickinson led Valley View with 19 points, shooting for one 3-pointer.
Lauren Legate tacked on 17 points, including an additional shot from the three point line.
Lauren Hapgood shot four two from the foul line and four from the three point line for Oakwood, putting up 20 points in the loss.
Kyndall Ketterer tacked on 18 points for Oakwood, going 4-for-6 on free throws and landing four 3-pointers.
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Dunbar 63, Ponitz 29: Samaria Brown tallied 16 points and nine rebounds for a near double double in the win. Aria Cole tacked on 15 points and seven assists for another close call. Jamiyah Walton led Ponitz with five points.
Franklin 58, Monroe 41: Layne Ferrell netted 22 points to lead all scorers for Franklin. Samantha Schwab netted 14 in the loss.
Franklin Monroe 51, Bethel 43: Bella Cable scored 17 points on the night, including three 3s. Corina Conley tacked on 13 points for a double double with 13 rebounds, five steals and three blocks. Alaina Hawthorn put up 13 points in the loss.
Greeneview 69, Triad 26: Faith Strickle led all scorers with 28 points for Greeneview. Alea Ferguson and Audrey Lightle each shot for eight in the losing effort.
Miami East 56, Arcanum 18: Morgan Haney led all scorers with 16 points in the win. Haley Howard shot for two 3-pointers on the night to tack on 12 points for ME. Kayla O’Daniel netted seven points in the loss.
Milton Union 39, Carlisle 33: Kristen Dickison had 17 points and three rebounds in the MU win. Olivia Brown added on four points, seven rebounds and three assists. Christa Harris netted 13 for Carlisle.
Minster 61, Coldwater 41: Maura Hoying shot for 12 points, five assists and five steals. Grace Bruns tacked on 10 points and six rebounds for Coldwater.
Ottawa Glandorf 71, St. Marys 35: Kadie Hempfling led all scorers with 14 points for OG. McKenna Mele continued her streak of leading St. Marys, shooting for nine on the night.
Tri-Village 49, Newton 47: Maddie Downing sunk two free throws with one second remaining to seal the TV victory. Lissa Siler led TV with 19 points. Tatum McBride netted 18 in the loss.
Twin Valley South 49, National Trail 33: Mylan Crews netted 13 points in the win. Kelsie Shafer and McKenzie Neal each tacked on 12. Makena Laird and Lexi Benedict co-led NT with eight points.
Valley View 56, Oakwood 53: Lauren Hapgood put up 20 points in the win, going 2-for-2 from the foul line and sinking four 3-pointers. Abigal Dickison led VV with 19 points.
Versailles 58, New Bremen 29: Caitlin McEldowney, Danielle Kunk and Danielle Winner each tallied 11 points for Versailles in the win. Paige Jones led NB with nine in the loss.
Waynesville 46, Preble Shawnee 41: Rachel Murray scored 14 points in the win, while Marcella Sizer tacked on a double double, earning 13 points and 17 rebounds. Jenna Lovely put up 14 for PS.
Wilmington 62, New Richmond 15: Mya Jackson put up 14 points, earning her 1,000th career point for Wilmington in the win.
Springfield 2395, Northmont 2355: Bryce Skipper rolled a high game of a 245 to earn a 464 series in the Springfield win. Cullen Rogan was just behind with a 453.
West Liberty-Salem 2063, Greeneview 1783: Andrew McCall had a high game of 212 to lead WLS. Steven Ross’ 200 was the highest for Greeneview.
Northmont 2160, Springfield 1948: Sarah Oliver bowled a high game of 214 in the loss for Springfield, rolling a 416 series on the night.
West Liberty-Salem 1773, Greeneview 1652: Hailee Clifford led WLS with games of 112 and 185 for a 297 series. Katie Rollins was close behind with 112 and 167 games for a 279 series.
Brookville Tri: Coldwater came out on top, defeating Greenville 49-24 and Brookville 51-12. Brian Chmielewski, Nate Hoyng, Kobe Boggs, Justin Sigler, Seth Obringer and Thomas Schwieterman all went 2-0 on the night.
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