Photo by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
Head Coach: Shawn Blue
Tip Off times are approximately 7:30pm unless noted otherwise.
* Denotes SEOAL game
|12-1||at Groveport 2 OTs||50||48||2||0|
|12-7||at Logan *||30||43||2||1|
|12-10||at Jackson *||44||54||2||2|
|12-14||Portsmouth * OT||58||54||3||2|
|12-22||Circleville 3 OTs||56||53||4||3|
|1-4||at Washington CH||39||64||5||4|
|1-7||at Gallia Academy *||32||31||6||4|
|1-21||Jackson* PPD to 2-1|
|1-28||at Portsmouth *||39||51||8||7|
|2-4||Gallia Ac. *||52||46||9||9|
|2-11||at Warren *||43||66||9||11|
|2-18||vs Teays Valley||25||68||9||12|
(Photo to come)
Head Coach: Pam Allen
|12-10||Quad Meet (YMCA)||1st/2nd|
|1-7||at Teays Valley||3rd/9th|
|1-14||at Pickerington North||1:00pm|
|1-25||Tri Meet (YMCA)|
|WCH & Miami Trace||1st/3rd|
|1-26||at Rio Grande Univ.||5:30pm|
|1-28||at Miami Trace||3:00pm|
|2-4||Canal Winchester (YMCA)||Canceled|
Photo by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
Head Coach: Troy Smith
|11-26||at Miami Trace||9:00am|
|12-3||at Circleville Kiwanis||8th place|
|12-7||at Athens Tri Match|
|vs Athens||L 73-3|
|vs Nelsonville-York||L 66-15|
|12-10||at Teays Valley Duals|
|vs Briggs||W 42-21|
|vs Mifflin||W 36-21|
|vs Westerville Central||L 44-24|
|vs Westerville South||L 42-15|
|vs Teays Valley||L 73-3|
|12-14||at Paint Valley Tri-Match||5:00pm|
|vs Westfall||W 42-30|
|vs Paint Valley||W 31-30|
|12-22||Warren at CHS||W 50-18|
|12-29||at Gallia Academy||7th of 17|
|1-19||Tri-Meet at CHS||5:00pm|
|vs Unioto||W 39-30|
|vs Wellston||W 39-29|
|1-21||at Jeff Arndt Invite||PPD|
|1-28||at Miami Trace McD's Invit.||10:00am|
|2-4||at St. Charles Tournament||11th|
SE Sectional Tourn.
District at Goshen HS
(Photo to come)
Boys Head Coach: Keith Proehl
Girls Head Coach: Becky Crawford
Home matches played at Shawnee Lanes
|12-3||State Kickoff at Palace Lanes||11:30am||11th||DNP|
|12-6||at New Lexington||5:00pm||W||L|
|12-10||Beast of East Tournament||2:00pm||6th||5th|
|12-17||Holiday Baker Tournament||12:30pm||7th||17th|
|12-19||at Fisher Catholic||5:00pm||W||W|
|1-21||at Jonathan Alder||10:00am|
|2-4||SCOC Coaches Challenge||2:00pm||4th||7th|
Due to the impending wintry mix of weather, Friday night's Logan-Chillicothe games have been postponed to January 24th.
Chillicothe swept its Tri-match with Unioto and Wellston Thursday night.
The Cavs beat Unioto 39-30 and Wellston 39-29.
Six Cavaliers were 2-0 in their matches: Caleb Price, Jacob Price, Jacob Johansen, Trevon Pennington, Gene Dunn and Mike Williams.
The Cavs’ next match will be the McDonald’s Invitational at Miami Trace High School on January 28th.
Jenna Holton returned to the lineup from last week’s appendectomy and the Lady Cavs got a much needed 47-38 win over Ironton Wednesday night.
“We looked better last night than we have in the last few weeks” said Shawn Blue on his morning radio show.
Wednesday’s game was the first time in nine games the Cavs had its entire team together due to illness or injury.
Holton’s return was a welcome addition for Coach Blue.
“There’s no question what she adds to our basketball team when we’re all together.”
Alyssa Oates led the scoring with 12 points, Bri Dawes added 11 and Holton popped in another 10.
“We were able to cause some turnovers and were able to outscore (Ironton) in the second quarter 15-4” which gave Blue’s Chillicothe squad a 27-15 halftime lead.
The Lady Cavs improved to 7-6 with the win and will resume SEOAL play Saturday with league leader Jackson (13-1/5-1). The day begins at 1:00pm with the JV’s and the Varsity plays about 2:30pm.
Radio coverage will begin about 2:15pm on 1490 WBEX-AM.
CLICK HERE to hear Shawn Blue's post game interview.
CLICK HERE to see game photos by Jim Day\wbex.com.
The Boys and Girls Bowling Teams rolled past Logan at Scenic Lanes Wednesday night.
Summer Finley (349) and Tiffany McClure (307) led the Lady Cavs to a six pin victory, 1687-1681. The Chillicothe Girls evened their season mark at 5-5.
Donavon Keel (471) and Chase Thatcher (423) to lead the Boys to a 2497-2126 win and improve their mark to 9-1.
Both squads head to Jonathan Alder Saturday for a match at 9:30am.
There's been a change to the Chillicothe Boys Basketball schedule.
Due to an error in scheduling, the Cavs have replaced their originally scheduled game with Dayton Jefferson (2/11) with a game at Ironton (2/14).
The Cavs played at Ironton in December for the Tigers' Holiday Invitational.
The Chillicothe Boys Bowling team lost for the first time in head-to-head competition at Lancaster’s Tiki Lanes.
Lancaster outscored Chillicothe 2423 to 2190.
Trevor Chaney led the Cavs individual series with a 421, followed by Robbie Vest’s 409 and Chase Thatcher’s 404.
The Lady Cavs’ match was a bit closer, but Chillicothe still came up short 1499 to 1362.
Summer Finley led the Cavs with a 389 series.
The Boys (8-1) and Girls (4-5) will travel to Logan Wednesday for a 6pm battle with the Chieftains.
The Chillicothe Girls Basketball team will host former SEOAL foe Ironton Wednesday night. The Lady Cavs are 6-6, Ironton is 2-12.
The Cavs Wrestlers will host a Tri-Match with crosstown rival Unioto and Wellston Thursday night. The Cavs haven’t been on the mat since December 29th when they placed 7th out of 17 teams in the Gallia Coaches Corner at Gallia Academy.
That day, sophomore Jacob Price placed 2nd in the 132 class. Four other Cavaliers managed 4th place finishes, freshman Jacob Johansen (138lbs), freshman Cristian Collins (160lbs), junior Mike Williams (220lbs) and freshman Tom Dunn (285lbs).
Thursday meet will be the last opportunity to see the Cavs at home. Competition begins at 5pm.
The learning continues for the Lady Cavs.
Chillicothe fell to Logan 55-39 in their home battle with the Chieftains Saturday night.
The Cavs took an 8-6 lead midway through the first period on a bucket by Alyssa Oates, but then Logan used an 8-0 run to go up 14-8 and didn’t look back.
The Chieftains used full court pressure and a quick passing game to go ahead 25-14 at the half.
Logan forced 12 turnovers and shot 70% from the field while Chillicothe managed just eight points in the
second and third quarters.
Coach Shawn Blue said after the game, “… they should shoot 70% when they were hitting layups, and that was due to our defense.”
Blue acknowledged the Cavs are still learning to develop the basketball savvy to play the way they need to.
“We’re 5-0 in games decided by six points or less.” Add to it the Cavs were winless last year and have a lot of kids who just haven’t been in competitive situations before this year.
Hence, the learning continues.
Meanwhile, Logan ended a four game losing streak to improve to 7-6 overall and 4-2 in the SEOAL. Brooke Simons scored 14 points to lead the Logan scoring, while Ashley Frasure chipped in 13.
Kayla Keener had 14 points in the second half to pace the Cavs and Bri Dawes was the only other player in double-figures with 11. Kaylee Wright (5pts), Alyssa Oates (6pts, 8rbs, 3 blks), Mindy Williams (2pts) and Nicole Camponeschi (1pt) combined for the Cavs’ other 14 points.
Chillicothe (6-6/2-4) will play former SEOAL foe Ironton this Wednesday night at Hatton Memorial Gymnasium.
The team was healthier than early in the week. Several Lady Cavs have battled illnesses to several players and remain without Jenna Holton for an ndetermined time following an appendectomy. Blue and the Cavs will also have SEOAL leader Jackson come to town Saturday afternoon. The contest will be broadcast by WBEX beginning at 2:30pm.
CLICK HERE to hear the game podcast.
BOWLING SPLITS WITH LOGAN:
The Cavs split their Bowling matches with Logan.
The Boys were 2447-1951 winners while the Girls fell by 13 pins 1626-1613.
The Cavaliers had strong series performances by Robbie Vest (459), Donavon Keel (454) and Trevor Cheney (436) to improve the Boys record to 8-0.
Summer Finaley led the GIrls with a 411 series.
Both teams resume play Monday at Lancaster's Tiki Lanes for a match with the Golden Gales at 5pm.
Cavs Coach Shawn Blue reports Jenna Holton will be out for a while. The freshman guard/forward was taken to the hospital following the Sheridan game. Blue said on his radio show Friday, Holton had an appendectomy following the game. There’s no time table for her return. Chillicothe hosts Logan Saturday night in a game to be broadcast on WBEX.
The Boys and Girls Bowling teams swept Zane Trace for a second time in a week. After the two clubs went head-to-head Monday in a feature at Washington Court House, they met again Thursday at Shawnee Lanes.
The Boys rolled a 2440-2393 to remain undefeated (7-0) and the Girls were 1652-1546 winners to improve to 4-3.
The Lady Cavs were led by Summer Finley’s 374 series and Robbie vest had the top Boys score with a 443 series.
The Cavs bowl again Saturday with Logan at 10am.
Chillicothe’s Jalen Jones is in Tampa, Florida for the Blue-Grey National All Star Classic. The game will be played at Raymond James Stadium Saturday night at 8pm. (Read more here)
Chillicothe pulled off a sweep of Zane Trace in a bowling feature at LeElla Lanes in Washington Court House Monday.
The Lady Cavs scored an 11 pin victory 1633 to 1622. Claire Corzine led Chillicothe with a high game of 209 and a 347 series. Sarah Endres had the high game of 234 and a 424 series for the Lady Pionners.The Chillicothe Girls' record improves to 3-3.
On the boys side, Chillicothe remains undefeated in head-to-head competition, beating Zane Trace 2474 to 2233.
Robbie Vest led the Cavs with a 463 series. Jarrad Zeisler had a 429 series and Trevor Chaney had a 427 series. Barry Allen had a 428 series to lead Zane Trace.
The Cavs record improves to 6-0.
Both teams will square off again Thursday at Shawnee Lanes beginning at 4:00pm.
The Chillicothe Girls Basketball team battled illness enroute to Thornville Monday and it showed in the final score.
Coach Shawn Blue said four Lady Cavs fell ill on the bus ride to the game, which the Sheridan won 62-21.
Blue said on his morning radio show "I;ve never seen anything like it. I normally don't let the kids go home with their parents following a road game" but Monday night felt it was the right thing to do.
The Lady Cavs (6-5) get back to SEOAL play Saturday night with Logan at Hatton Gym.
In men’s basketball, Humpty Hitchens scored just 6 points in James Madison’s 68-56 loss to
Northeastern University. (Click Here for the recap)
Ray Chambers had 14 points in only 15 minutes of floor time to help lead Troy to a 67-65 win at
Western Kentucky. (Click Here for the recap)
Jalen Ragland had two points in UTEP’s 70-50 win over Houston. (Click Here for the recap)
Curt Smith, 2009 CHS graduate, is back to 100% with the Ohio State Track and Field Team. Friday night at OSU, Smith had a personal record 54’5” throw in the shot put at the Buckeyes’ indoor track and field meet. Smith had
back surgery his freshman season and got back to throwing last year. Smith was throwing in the Buckeye Classic Friday. The Buckeyes continue their indoor season Saturday in "The Dual at the University of Michigan. Smith was also an All-Big Ten Academic selection for 2011. (Click Here for more photos)