Photo by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
Head Coach: Shawn Blue
Tip Off times are approximately 7:30pm unless noted otherwise.
* Denotes SEOAL game
|12-19||at Portsmouth *||42||54||2||4|
|12-22||at Warren *||35||80||2||5|
|1-3||at Washington CH||50||54||3||6|
|1-5||Gallia Academy *||55||44||4||6|
|1-12||at Logan *||34||62||4||8|
|1-19||at Jackson *||38||58||4||10|
|2-9||at Gallia Academy * OT||46||52||6||14|
|2-20||at Olentangy Orange||36||76||6||16|
|End of Season|
Head Coach: Pam Allen
|12-8||at Athens Invitational||PPD|
|12-11||vs McClain, Hillsboro & Miami Trace||4th||3rd|
|12-19||at Washington CH||3rd||2nd|
|1-5||at Greenfield McClain||2nd||3rd|
|1-9||vs Ports. Notre Dame at Shawnee State||2nd||2nd|
|1-10||at Greenfield McClain||1st||2nd|
|1-12||at Wilmington Invitational||2nd||2nd|
|1-19||Cavs Quad Meet at YMCA||3rd||2nd|
|1-26||at Rio Grande Univ.||2nd||1st|
|2-2||Teays Valley Canceled|
|2-9||Sectionals at OU|
Photo by Dana Cousins\wbex.com
Head Coach: Mike Peck
|12-1||at Circleville Kiwanis||5th|
|12-12||at Paint Valley Tri||5:00pm|
|vs Westfall||W 43-40|
|vs Paint Valley||W 57-17|
|12-15||at Jackson Invitational||4th|
|12-19||at Warren||L 39-27|
|vs Williamstown||W 48-36|
|12-22||Ross Co. Invite at SE|
|vs Paint Valley||W 46-28|
|vs Zane Trace||W 43-19|
|vs Southeastern||W 48-27|
|vs Unioto||W 45-27|
|vs Adena||W 63-12|
|12-27||Coaches Corner Classic||3rd|
|1-15||at Nelsonville-York Tri|
|vs Warren||W 43-30|
|vs Nelsonville-York||W 47-29|
|1-19||Jeff Arndt Invitational||3rd|
|1-23||vs Hamilton Twp *||W 48-33|
|1-26||at McDonald's Classic||8th|
|1-30||at Circleville *||L 44-27|
|(* State Dual Meets)|
|2-9||SEOAL Meet at CHS||4th|
|2-15 & 2-16||Sectionals @ Alexander High School||5:30p & 9:30a|
Boys Head Coach: Keith Proehl
Girls Head Coach: Becky Crawford
Home matches played at Shawnee Lanes
|12-10||at New Lexington||W||W|
|12-13||at Miami Trace||W||W|
|12-15||Beast of East
||Girls Only|| 4th
|12-17||at Fisher Cath.||W||W|
|12-22||First Capital Baker Bash||6th||1st|
|2-18||SCOC Coaches Challenge at Shawnee Lanes|
Head Coach: Nancy Arledge
Chillicothe finally got into the win column in league play with a 55-44 victory over Gallia Academy Saturday night.
The Lady Cavs broke the game open in the second quarter. Trailing 14-12, the Cavs tied the game at 18 and then went on an 18-1 run and kept the Blue Angels at bay.
“And that’s good, because our second quarters have not been good” said Cavs Coach Shawn Blue. The Cavs didn’t have Jenna Holton available at Washington Court House which Coach Blue said hindered Chillicothe’s player rotation, something they had Saturday against Gallia. “We didn’t get into that eight man rotation, where we had that rotation tonight. So, late in that quarter I think that made a big difference because late in the first quarter we’ve been having problems to where we haven’t scored well in the second quarter.”
The Blue Angels threw pressure at Chillicothe, which has given the Cavs problems this season, but then pulled it back. “We were attacking the basket out of it” said Blue. “We still have to learn how to handle pressure and close out games.”
Chillicothe committed 17 turnovers to Gallia’s 13.
The Cavs shot 57% from the field and did well protecting their lead. Gallia made two runs at cutting into what was a 16-point deficit, getting within six points.
Bri Dawes led all scorers with 21 points. Nashayia Lett added 16 points and 9 rebounds, Jasmine Jordan added 8 points and 8 boards, Kayla Keener had 7 rebounds and four points, Jenna Holton added five points and Hayley Large two.
Chillicothe’s victory forges a three way tie with Gallia Academy and Portsmouth in the SEOAL.
Jackson took over the top spot in the league with a 51-44 win over second place Warren. Earlier in the day, Logan got past Portsmouth 59-52.
Chillicothe (4-6/1-4) will host Logan Elm Tuesday at Hatton Gym. The Lady Braves beat Amanda 57-53 Saturday.
BOWLERS BEAT NEW LEXINGTON
The Chillicothe Bowling teams defeated New Lexington Saturday at Shawnee Lanes, 2415 to 2149 in the Boys match and 1719 to 1612 in the Girls match.
Robbie Vest led the Boys with a high game of 266 and had the high series of 471.
Summer Finley led the Lady Cavs with a 329 series followed by Mattea Crawford's 304 series.
Chillicothe also won the JV match, 1758 to 1693. The Cavs were led by Timmy Claytor, who had a 227 high game and a 367 series followed by Jon Berry, with a 319 series.
All teams resume action Tuesday against Maysville at 4:30pm at Shawnee Lanes.
SWIM MEET RESULTS FROM GREENFIELD
The Cavalier Swim teams were in the pool at Greenfield McClain for a battle with the Tigers and Hillsboro Indians.
In the Girls meet, McClain finished six points ahead of Chillicothe 97-91 and Hillsboro was third with a 64. The Cavs placed 1st in five events.
In the Boys meet, McClain was first followed by Hillsboro and Chillicothe. The Cavs had two first place finishers.
The teams will swim against Portsmouth Notre Dame at Shawnee State Wednesday at 5:30pm.
200 Medley Relay- 2nd, Chianne Burgin, Hannah Lunde, MacKenzie Smittley, Abby Guerra
200 Free- 2nd Hanna Lunde, 3rd Abby Guerra
200 IM- 1st MacKenzie Smittley
50 Free- 1st Chianne Burgin, 3rd Hannah Arth
100 Free- 1st Hannah Lunde, 2nd Chianne Burgin
500 Free- 2nd Abby Guerra, 3rd Jessica Limle
100 Back- 4th Jessica Limle
100 Breast- 1st MacKenzie Smittley, 4th Hannah Arth
400 Free Relay-1st Hannah Lunde, Abby Guerra, Chainne Burgin, MacKenzie Smittley, 4th Cavs B team-Hannah Arth, Taylor Sprouse, Shelby Wilburn, Jessica Limle
200 Medley Relay- 1st Dominic Villarreal, Lander Zook, Per Petersen, Jae Ron Beverly
200 Free- 2nd David Masters, 3rd Dominic Villarreal
50 Free- 2nd Per Petersen, 5th Jae Ron Beverly
100 Free- 3rd David Masters, 4th Per Petersen
500 Free-2nd Dominic Villerreal
200 Free Relay- 3rd David Masters, Lander Zook, Jae Ron Beverly, Per Petersen
100 Breast- 1st Lander Zook, 2nd Matthew Hurff
The Lady Cavs came up short at Washington C.H. 54-50 Thursday night.
Chillicothe will see the Blue Lions regularly beginning next season when it membership in the SCOL begins.
The Cavs led 15-11 after the first periods, but Cavs coach Shawn Blue said Washington CH began to take control in the second, “Their full court pressure gave us some problems… in the last minute and 41 seconds of the (2nd) quarter we were outscored 8-1 to trail 26-22 at the half”.
The Cavs cut the lead to 34-32, but couldn’t get any closer.
Bri Dawes had a career-high 32 points making 11 shots from the field and 9-for-11 from the line. The Cavs were playing without Jenna Holton due to illness. Shay Lett had 6 points, Jasmine Jordan scored five with 13 rebounds, Hayley Large chipped in three with Kayla Keener and Hannah Ray chipping in two points each.
Chillicothe also hit 15-of-20 free throws.
“I really think for the first time I saw some big steps of improvement by our whole team… our effort was really there last night.”
The Cavs will host Gallia Academy Saturday. Game coverage on WBEX follows the Bengals-Houston playoff game.
BOWLERS SPLIT WITH ZANE TRACE
The Chillicothe Boys (5-1) suffered their first loss in head-to-head competition, falling to Zane Trace at Shawnee Lanes 2417-1972.
Trevor Chaney had the top day for Chillicothe with a 390.
Summer Finley paced the Lady Cavs with a 377 series in an 1818-1601 victory over the Pioneers.
Both teams will be back in action with New Lexington at Shawnee Lanes Saturday morning at 10:00.