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Despite allowing eight 3-pointers in the first half Friday night, host South Webster weathered the storm by attacking the rim and getting to the foul line in a 63-51 SOC II win over Waverly.


The Jeeps finished the night shooting 26-of-35 from the charity stripe as the Tigers were successful on three of their six attempts. Four South Webster players were in double figures, led by Seth Goddard’s 17 points, followed by Andrew Salisbury (16), Jensen Dyer (13) and Levi Cook, who had 10 of his 12 points come from the foul line. Aaron Heibel led all scorers with 20 but was held scoreless in the fourth quarter and Philip Hart added 11 for Waverly.


The Tigers will host Northwest next Friday as a part of their Senior Night festivities. The Jeeps are to play Saturday night at Clay.

Waverly 14 16 8 13 51
South Webster 26 7 15 15 63


Waverly — Pearl 2-0-5, White 2-1-6, Rinehart 2-0-4, Ayers 1-0-2, Hart 4-1-11, Heibel 7-1-20, Henderson 1-0-3, Totals 19-3-51.


South Webster — Fuller 0-1-1, Cook 1-10-12, Norman 2-0-4, Dyer 5-3-13, Salisbury 4-7-16, Goddard 5-5-17, Totals 17-26-63.


3-Point Goals — Waverly 10 (Heibel 5, Hart 2, Pearl, White, Henderson); South Webster — 3 (Goddard 2, Salisbury).


Records — Waverly 6-12 (4-7); South Webster 12-5 (8-3).


Green 46, Clay 45

Tyler Crace capped off his 22-point performance Friday night with what turned out to be the game-winning 3-pointer with 10 seconds left in regulation as Green knocked off host Clay 46-45 in SOC I action.

Clay Applegate added 15 points in the win. Eldin Sarajlic’s 14 points and 13 rebounds led the Panthers. Michael Schmidt added 15 points and nine rebounds while Mason Pelphrey also grabbed nine rebounds.

The Bobcats welcome Symmes Valley Saturday night to make up an earlier postponement. Clay entertains South Webster Saturday night.

Green 8 9 14 15 46
Clay 11 16 12 6 45

Green — R. Applegate 1-1-4, C. Applegate 5-2-15, Crace 8-1-22, Marcum 1-0-3, Allen 1-0-2, Totals 16-4-46.

Clay — A. Phipps 2-0-5, C. Phipps 1-0-3, Sarajlic 6-2-14, Schaffer 2-1-6, Schmidt 6-3-15, Pelphrey 1-0-2, Totals 18-6-45

3-Point Goals — Green 10 (Crace 5, C. Applegate 3, R. Applegate, Marcum); Clay 3 (A. Phipps, C. Phipps, Schaffer).

Records — Green n/a; Clay 4-14 (4-8).

Chillicothe 62, Portsmouth 52

Senior Zach Johnson and his Chillicothe Cavaliers got the final laugh against Portsmouth in host Chillicothe’s final game against the Trojans as SEOAL opponents in a 62-52 victory.

Johnson’s 25 points were only trumped by Portsmouth’s Jayllen Carter and his game-high 31 but Carter received 21 points of support, the most coming from Sky Oliver and his 11.

The Trojans travel to Peebles Tuesday.

Portsmouth 7 12 14 19 52
Chillicothe 8 15 17 22 62

Portsmouth — Oliver 5-0-11, Allison 1-6-8, Dickerson 1-0-2, Carter 13-4-31, Totals 20-10-52.

Chillicothe — Bixler 4-0-9, Bolte 1-0-2, Taylor 4-1-9, Rosenbauer 4-2-12, Beard 1-0-2, Johnson 9-7-25, Zarner 0-3-3, Totals 23-13-62.

3-Point Goals — Portsmouth 2 (Oliver, Carter); Chillicothe 3 (Rosenbauer 2, Bixler).

Records — Portsmouth 7-10 (4-3); Chillicothe 6-11 (5-3).

Peebles 60, Whiteoak 58

Host Peebles survived a 60-58 SHL scare from Whiteoak as Trent Arey led the troops with 19 points and 17 rebounds.

Teammates Beau Justice and Mason Johnson also joined him in double figures for scoring, going off for 17 and 14 respectively. The Indians host Paint Valley Saturday night.

Whiteoak 5 19 17 17 58
Peebles 11 19 14 16 60

Whiteoak — Trueblood 1-1-3, Williams 1-2-4, Carracher 6-0-16, Seip 7-6-20, Taggert 7-1-15, Totals 22-10-58.

Peebles — McAdow 4-0-8, Justice 7-3-17, Arey 7-3-19, M. Johnson 5-4-14, Gray 1-0-2, Totals 24-10-60.

3-Point Goals — Whiteoak 4 (Carracher 4); Peebles 2 (Arey 2).

Records — Whiteoak n/a; Peebles 12-5 (9-2).


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