2011 District 14 Coaches Association All Stars
Monday 03-28-2011 12:05pm ET
District 14 Coaches Association 2010-2011 Girls All District Division I&II
Emily Robinson, Logan Elm, Senior
Chrissy Cobb, McClain, Senior
Ashley Lawson, Miami Trace, Senior
Janae Driggs, Unioto, Senior
Jessica Guyette, Washington, Junior
Alyssa Oates, Chillicothe, Junior
Kortney Kalinoski, Circleville, Senior
Jennifer Willey, Hillsboro, Senior
Kristen Reisinger, Miami Trace, Junior
Hannah Brewster, Waverly, Junior
Mindy Williams, Chillicothe, Junior
Courtney Porter, Circleville, Senior
Ashkey Sanders, Hillsboro, Senior
Bailey Pontius, Logan Elm, Junior
Jenna Perie, McClain, Junior
Deidra McKay, Miami Trace, Sophomore
Maddie Davis, Unioto, Senior
Lauren Knisley, Washington C.H., Senior
Ali Walls, Waverly, Senior
Division I&II Player of The Year
Ashley Lawson, Miami Trace, Senior
Division I&II Coach of The Year
James Strutzman, Miami Trace
Division I&II North/South All-Star Game
Ashley Lawson, Miami Trace, Representative
Janae Driggs, Unioto, Alternate
*** Game to be played at 6:00pm Thursday 3/31 at Eastern H.S. in Beaver, Ohio.
Red Team Roster
| # || Player || School |
| 1|| Christina Burns|| Eastern Brown |
| 3|| Shayla Black|| Eastern Brown|
| 5|| Megan Sword|| Fairfield|
| 10|| Jennifer Wiley|| Hillsboro|
| 12|| Katie Little|| Manchester |
| 14|| Chrissy Cobb|| McClain|
| 21|| Ashley Lawson|| Miami Trace |
| 23|| Devan Strawberry|| Northwest |
| 25|| Abbie Walls|| Paint Valley|
| 30|| Kalcie Hawk|| Western|
| 32|| Erin Dailey|| Zane Trace|
| 34|| Sierra Sigman || Zane Trace|
| C|| James Stutzman|| Miami Trace |
| C|| John Burrows|| Eastern Brown|
Blue Team Roster
| # || Player || School |
| 2|| Kourtney Kalinowski|| Circleville |
| 4|| Holly Hemphill|| Clay|
|11|| Rachel Staker|| Eastern|
|13 || Courtney Rowe|| Eastern|
|15|| Emily Robinson|| Logan Elm|
|20 || Kendra Justice|| Minford|
|22 || Toni Lang|| Sciotoville East|
|24 || Meghan Williams|| Sciotoville East|
|31 || Sophie McCorkle|| Southeastern|
|33 || Janae Driggs|| Unioto|
|35 || Molly Knapp|| Wheelersburg|
| C|| Rob Day|| Eastern|
| C|| Mark Chaney|| Monford|
Tuesday 03-01-2011 7:45am ET
Chillicothe's junior center Alyssa Oates was the lone Cavalier representive on the 2010-11 All-SEOAL team. Oates is an Honorable Mention selection.
2010-2011 ALL-SEOAL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Samantha Barnes, Gallipolis 5-4 12 G
Nicole Chapman, Jackson 5-10 9 G
Madison Ridout, Jackson 5-9 9 G
Loryn Cassady, Logan* 5-6 12 G
Abbie Linton, Logan 5-10 12 F
Bailey Topf, Logan** 5-7 12 G
Erica Dawson, Marietta 5-9 10 G
Maegan Grosel, Marietta* 5-9 12 G
Ri-Chiele McGraw, Portsmouth 5-10 11 F
Jordanna Rauch, Warren 5-6 10 G
Honorable mention: Alyssa Oates, Chillicothe; Morgan Daniels, Gallipolis; Kari Jenkins, Jackson; Stephanie Murphy, Logan; Amanda Brown, Marietta; Hannah Foster*, Portsmouth; Grace Proctor, Warren.
Player of the Year: Erica Dawson, Marietta.
Coach of the Year: Pat Walsh, Logan.
*—indicates repeat member of All-SEOAL team. Cassady was named to the team as a sophomore in 2008-09.
Teams are selected via a vote of league coaches. Each team was accorded one automatic honorable mention selection.
Tuesday 03-01-2011 7:38am ET
The Lady Cavs struggled their way through 2010-11 hobbled by injury and inexperience but if there was any light at the end of the tunnel, it appears there is help on the way.
The Chillicothe 8th grade girls won the Wellston tournament early last week, beating Athens 43-31.
All Tourney awards went to Shay Lett, Ali Perry and Tourney MVP Jenna Holton.
The 8th grade team finished the season 18-2.
Combined, this class had a Middle School record of 31-4.
Raiders Post Big Win Over CHS, 94-5
Saturday 02-19-2011 8:39pm ET
The Chillicothe Lady Cavs were ousted in the opening round of tournament play, Saturday, as Reynoldsburg beat them, 94-5. The Raiders were selected as the #1 seed in the Central District tournament and had a deep bench with height and a strong full-court press that forced many Chillicothe turnovers.
Reynoldsburg junior Aliyah Zantt led all scorers with 15 points.
Chillicothe was without three players as the injured list included Alyssa Oates, Kayla Keener, and Kindle Viney.
The Lady Cavs (0-21) will graduate one senior in Natalie Howie.
Lady Cavs Fall to Jackson 71-22
Saturday 02-12-2011 8:35pm ET
The Lady Cavs fell short once again in a bid to pick up their first win of the season in the final game of the regular season, falling 71-22 to the Jackson Ironladies on Saturday Night.
Chillicothe had difficulty matching up with the half court trapping zone defense from Jackson from the very beginning of the game, a task made tougher by the absence of starting center Alyssa Oates and starting forward Kayla Keener both out due to injury. The lady Cavs could only manage 8 shots in the first half and allowed the Ironladies to jump out to a 20-4 lead after the first quarter. From there on, Jackson used an up tempo fast break offensive game plan to take control of the game and also keep the Cavaliers out of an offensive and defensive rhythm.
Chillicothe was led in scoring by Junior Mindy Williams who had 11 points and Junior Kaylee Wright finished with 6 points for the Cavs. For the Ironladies Nicole Chapman paced the team with 15 points while Whitney Wills and Emily Cooper added 8 and 7 points respectively.
The Cavaliers also honored their lone senior Natalie Howie in her final home contest as a Cavalier. Howie, who has a 3.7 GPA while taking Post-Secondary courses at Ohio Christian University and plans to attend Wright State next years, is in her first season playing basketball for the Cavaliers.
Cavs enter tournament action against top seeded Reynoldsberg on Saturday Feb. 19th beginning at 6PM. You can listen to the contest on 1490 WBEX with pre game at approximately 5:45.
Tough Assignments Get Tougher
Monday 02-07-2011 10:51am ET
The Lady Cavs season got a bit more challenging thanks to their tournament draw Sunday. View the Central District Bracket
Chillicothe will travel to Hamilton Township Saturday 2/19 to face Reynoldsburg at 6pm. The Raiders ended Chillicothe's season last February 47-33.
The Raiders were selected as the #1 seed in the Central District tournament. They were also ranked #5 in last week's Associated Press Girls Basketball Poll.
Chillicothe (0-17) dropped a 59-25 decision Saturday night at Warren. They'll be back on the road tonight for a snow make-up date with the Logan Chieftains. Logan holds first place in the SEOAL. Last week, the Chieftains beat Chillicothe 60-25 at Hatton Gym.
Lady Cavs-Gallia Academy Photo Gallery
Monday 01-31-2011 3:39pm ET
Click on the photo to see the Lady Cavs-Gallia Academy photo gallery from 01-29-11.
Photos by Dana Cousins/wbex.com
Gallia Academy Hands Chillicothe 64-25 Loss
Saturday 01-29-2011 10:12pm ET
The Gallia Academy Blue Angels used defensive pressure to force 25 Chillicothe turnovers to their 13 en route to a 64-25 win, Saturday. After the first quarter of play, Gallia was up 19-7 and used a full-court press to force 12 Chillicothe turnovers. In the second quarter, the Lady Cavaliers kept their turnover rate under control with only 2 and forced Gallia into committing 6. Gallia Academy led 30-14 at the half and never looked back as they went up 49-18 after three periods of play, and then pulled away to the 64-25 final.
The Blue Angels were 24/56 for 43% from the field and 13/21 for 62% from the foul line. Gallia Academy's senior guard Mattie Lanham led all scorers with 19 points, while junior forward Haley Rosier chipped in 9.
The Lady Cavaliers shot 10/38 for 26% from the field and 5/10 from the foul line. Chillicothe's junior guard Mindy Williams led her team with 7 points.
Gallia Academy improves to (5-11), while Chillicothe drops to (0-15).
Winter Weather Again
Wednesday 01-12-2011 9:59am ET
The Chillicothe-Logan game for 1/12 has been rescheduled for Monday February 7th at Logan.
Warren Takes Cavaliers 55-25
Thursday 12-30-2010 12:57pm ET
Chillicothe's offensive struggles continued Wednesday night in their 55-25 loss to Warren.
The Cavs (0-9/0-3) were held to single digits in each quarter.
In fact, only one player on the night had a hot hand, Warren's Jordanna Rauch who poured in 20 points.
Chillicothe trailed 12-9 after the first quarter, but then the Warriors took control outscoring the Cavs 10-4 in the second for a 22-13 halftime lead, then 18-6 in the third and 15-6 in the final period.
Kayla Keener led the Cavs with 7 points. Allyssa Oates had 6, Kaylee Wright 5, Sheyanne Helton had 4 and Mindy Williams added 3.
Chillicothe is off until Saturday 1/8 at Jackson.