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CAMERON — Defending OVAC Class A champion Cameron (11-4) wasted no time to return to the title game with an 85-29 win over Hundred on Monday night in a semifinal matchup.

Senior Kenzie Clutter led four Dragons in double digits with a game-high 20, including four triples. Ashlynn Van Tassel added 14 while Emilee Dobbs and Maci Neely had 13 each.

Second-place Cameron, the defending Class A champion, ranks first in the latest Class A rankings released Monday with Tucker County.

The Dragons will play up front against Frontier in Saturday’s championship game at 6:00 p.m. at Harrison Central High School in Cadiz. The Cougars defeated Trinity No. 4 59-33 in the other semifinal.

The third-seeded Hornets, who finished 10th in the Class A poll, were paced by Ashlynn Peters with 19 points, including a 10-for-14 result from the foul line.

Class 3A

Union Local 50, Bellaire 21

MORRISTOWN — The top-ranked Jets (20-0) made the first move to repeat their Class 3A crown with a defensively-focused win over the No. 4 Big Reds at “Hangar.”

Regan Vinskovich scored 21 goals, Torre Kildow added 15 and Lauren Miller added seven for Union Local, who face No. 2 Fort Frye.

Allie Ault Bellaire with nine points. Zara Harveth added seven.

Fort Frye 49, Martins Ferry 26

BEVERLY — The Purple Riders’ long journey didn’t go as they hoped, as the host’s cadets came out of the gates quickly and never looked back en route to claiming the other spot in the 3A title game.

Alyssa Duskey led the fort with 12, while Emmie Duskey and Keranna O’Brien had 11 each.

Lindsey Best, a sophomore at Martins Ferry, led all goalscorers in the game at 14.

Class 4A

Indian Creek 70, Buckeye Local 36

WINTERSVILLE — The top-seeded Redskins (14-4) pulled away from the No. 4 Panthers (7-12) in the second half to advance to the championship game against Oak Glen, upsetting Harrison Central.

Kylie Anderson had a game-high 24 points for Indian Creek and pulled down 13 rebounds. Gabby Taylor added 15 points, Tori Robertson 12 and Maddie Ballato 11.

Pam Kandrach advanced Buckeye Local with 16 points and a dozen rebounds. Brynn McKeever added 10.

consolation games

John Marshall 51, Dover 29

MOUNDSVILLE — Kayli Derrow had 19 points and Kaitlyn Blake 18 as the Monarchs outplayed visiting Tornados 25-6 in the fourth quarter to win at John Marshall Field House.

Magnolia 66, Valley 40

NEW MARTINSVILLE — Jenna Blain scored 22 points as the Blue Eagles led the Lumberjills.

Winter Higgins scored 12 for Valley.

Underbelly 68, Toronto 37

SHADYSIDE — The home Tigers were quite impressive as they sped past Toronto to claim a 68-37 win.

Shadyside was led by senior star Gentry Brown, who posted a career-high 34 points. Macy Hendershot added eight.

Thomas passed through Toronto when he was 15.

Paden City 47, Bridgeport 37

BRIDGEPORT — Paden City rebounded from a setback against the Bulldogs on Saturday to record a win on Monday.

The Wildcats were led by Thomas’ 16 and Burch’s 15.

Bridgeport received 14 points from Brooke Stewart and 11 from Ashlynn Allen.

56 St Clairsville, 33 Clay Battelle

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The Red Devils basically got the better of the CeeBees on Monday night.

Makenna Moran paced St. Clairsville at 19. Lacy Tuttle added eight.

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