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PDT Sports Report


Portsmouth sent a message Tuesday night with a 66-60 road win over defending SEOAL champion Warren, which was one of last year’s Division II Final Four participants.

Ky’re Allison led the Trojans with a game-high 22 points while Kendal Reynolds chipped in with 18. Portsmouth will play its home opener Saturday as Cleveland John Hay travels to Scioto County.

Portsmouth 15 19 20 12 — 66

Warren 9 25 13 13 — 60

Portsmouth — Oliver 2-2-7, Lisath 2-0-4, Allison 10-3-22, Dickerson 1-0-3, Reynolds 7-0-18, Gibson 3-3-9, Delotell 1-1-3, Totals 26-9-66.

Warren — Henthorn 0-1-1, Mazurkiewicz 2-0-4, Hall 7-2-16, French 1-1-3, Drayer 4-1-9, Kidder 2-2-7, Patton 8-2-20, Totals 24-9-60.

3-Point Goals — Portsmouth 8 (Reynolds 4, Allison 2, Oliver, Dickerson); Warren 3 (Patton 2, Kidder).

Records — Portsmouth 2-0 (1-0); Warren 2-1 (1-1).

Valley 80, Piketon 52

Hayden Dunn’s game-high 17 points and 11 rebounds along with 15 points and three steals from Bryan Rolfe aided Valley to an 80-52 nonconference win over homestanding Piketon.

Jordan West added 10 in the win. Wyatt Brewster matched Dunn for game-high scoring honors while Zack Jordan chipped in with 15 in the loss. Valley travels Friday to Wheelersburg in SOC II action while Piketon entertains SVC foe Adena.

Valley 11 28 27 14 — 80

Piketon 7 12 21 12 — 52

Valley — Clark-Holbrook 4-1-9, Flowers 3-0-6, Rolfe 7-0-15, Howard 1-0-2, Shope 2-3-8, Brown 3-1-7, West 4-2-10, Dunn 5-6-17, K. Miller 3-0-6, Totals 32-13-80.

Piketon — Pendleton 1-0-3, Jordan 6-2-15, Southworth 3-2-8, Jones 0-2-2, Collier 3-0-7, Brewster 8-1-17, Totals 21-7-52.

3-Point Goals — Valley 3 (Rolfe, Shope, Dunn); Piketon 3 (Pendleton, Jordan, Collier).

Records — Valley 3-0; Piketon 1-2.

West 73, New Boston 52

Three West players finished in double digits as the Senators claimed a 73-52 road win Tuesday over New Boston.

Michael Davis led the Senators with 22 points and eight rebounds, Michael Hafer had 17 points and 11 rebounds while Christian Martin chipped in with 16. The Tigers also had three in double figures, led by an 18-point performance from James Spicer, 11 from Nate Payton and 10 from Jared Meade.

West travels Friday to Waverly while New Boston visits Notre Dame.

West 17 21 19 16 — 73

New Boston 12 14 9 17 — 52

West — Koons 1-0-2, Davis 11-0-22, Irwin 2-3-7, Bricker 1-3-5, Martin 5-2-16, Hafer 5-7-17, Opperman 1-2-4, Totals 26-17-73.

New Boston — Nichols 1-1-3, Payton 5-1-11, Slack 1-4-6, Shonkwiler 2-0-4, Spicer 6-0-18, Meade 5-0-10, Totals 20-6-52.

3-Point Goals — West 4 (Martin 4); New Boston 6 (Spicer 6).

Records — West 2-1; New Boston 0-2.

Peebles 73, Northwest 40

Peebles earned a 73-40 road victory Tuesday night at Northwest.


The Indians received double-doubles from Beau Justice (26 points, 11 rebounds) and Cody Ireton (12 points, 10 rebounds) in the win. The Mohawks were led by Drew Scarberry who scored 18 points while teammate Justin Miller added a dozen.


Both teams hit the floor Friday night for conference games as Peebles hosts North Adams in an SHL contest while Northwest travels to Oak Hill for an SOC II battle.


Peebles 17 19 16 21 — 73


Northwest 5 10 10 15 — 40


Peebles —Kelley 1-0-2, Brown 0-2-2, Arrasmith 0-4-4, Justice 9-5-26, Schmitz 4-0-8, Ireton 6-0-12, Gross 1-1-3, Johnson 1-1-3, Ryan 3-1-7, Gordley 3-0-6. Totals 28-14-73.


Northwest —Potter 2-0-6, Miller 5-2-12, Slack 1-2-4, Scarberry 4-9-18. Totals 12-13-40.


3-point field goals — Peebles 3 (Justice 3); Northwest 3 (Potter 2, Scarberry).


Records — Peebles 2-0; Northwest 1-3.


Clay 62, Ironton St. Joseph 36

The eight days in between games helped host Clay earn its first win of the season with a 62-36 decision over Ironton St. Joseph in Tuesday’s nonconference play.

Michael Schmidt scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the second quarter and also pulled down 14 rebounds in the victory. Schmidt also scored as many points (eight) in the fourth quarter as the Flyers had in the same period. Issach Hinze added 15 for the Panthers.

Clay welcomes defending SOC I champion Eastern Friday night.

Ironton St. Joseph 14 10 4 8 — 36

Clay 15 20 10 17 — 62

Ironton St. Joseph — Pemberton 0-2-2, Goheen 4-8-16, Williams 2-1-6, Lewis 2-0-4, Scott 1-4-6, Payton 1-0-2, Totals 10-15-36.

Clay — Cooper 0-4-4, A. Phipps 2-1-6, Gilliland 1-1-3, Sarajlic 1-2-4, Smith 2-0-4, Schmidt 8-4-20, Pelphrey 2-2-6, Hinze 6-0-15, Totals 22-14-62.

3-Point Goals — Ironton St. Joseph 1 (Williams); Clay 4 (Hinze 3, A. Phipps).

Records — Ironton St. Joseph 3-2; Clay 1-2.

Oak Hill 45, Symmes Valley 35

Thanks to a game-high 26 points from Garrin Stiltner, visiting Oak Hill left Willow Wood Tuesday with a 45-35 nonconference win over Symmes Valley.

Jordan Fisher added 10 for the Oaks. Jonathon Kouns led the Vikings with 10.

Oak Hill will entertain Northwest Friday for an SOC II game. Symmes Valley welcomes Green for an SOC I contest.

Oak Hill 16 4 14 11 — 45

Symmes Valley 13 9 7 6 — 35

Oak Hill — Harrison 1-1-4, Stiltner 9-6-26, Swann 1-1-3, Fisher 4-2-10, Totals 16-10-45.

Symmes Valley — Adams 3-0-9, Kouns 3-2-10, Klaiber 1-0-2, Rowe 3-2-8, Gibson 3-0-6, Totals 13-4-35.

3-Point Goals — Oak Hill 3 (Stiltner 2, Harrison); Symmes Valley 5 (Adams 3, Kouns 2).

Records — Oak Hill 2-0; Symmes Valley 1-1.

The following scores were reported from various media outlets. Full statistics were unavailable at time of publication.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Piketon 44, Chillicothe Southeastern 33

BOYS BASKETBALL

Vinton County 52, Waverly 46


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