The top girls basketball players in Richland County convened at Mansfield Senior's Pete Henry Gym for The OH Report Queens of the Hardwood girls basketball all-star game Thursday night. The Queens of Clubs defeated the Queens of Hearts 66-60. Shelby's Olivia Baker scored a game-high 22 point…
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LOUDONVILLE — Grace Vermilya added to an already impressive résumé Monday morning and so did her younger sister.
LOUDONVILLE — Tyler Bates never thought Loudonville’s single-game scoring record would be broken, not after losing such luminaries as Nikki Weber, Celeste Ryman and Emily Seboe to graduation.
FINDLAY — Claudia Pifher was rewarded for leading Buckeye Central back to the Sweet 16.
Hiland swept across the scoreboard with a dizzying flurry of points to ambush Ottawa-Glandorf 45-25 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup.
Hiland poked just enough holes in Purcell Marian's defense to garner a taut 47-40 victory on March 11 in Ohio girls high school basketball action. .
Columbus Grove posted a tight 47-38 win over Buckeye Central in an Ohio girls basketball matchup.
Extra action was needed before Africentric could slip past Willard 54-50 on March 3 in Ohio girls high school basketball action.
Hiland didn't tinker around with Cambridge. A 73-22 result offered a strong testament in the win column in an Ohio girls basketball matchup.
Africentric's overpowering offense lit up the scoreboard to topple Cardington-Lincoln 58-33 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup on February 26.
LOUDONVILLE — Grace Vermilya had a career night and Loudonville needed every one of her school-record 53 points.
SHELBY — Sofia Niese and Olivia Baker were rewarded for leading Shelby to its third straight Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference crown.
Saddled up and ready to go, Cardington-Lincoln spurred past Johnstown 55-37 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup.
MANSFIELD — JeVar Hudgens piloted Mansfield Senior to its first sectional title in almost a decade and the Ohio Cardinal Conference took notice.
MANSFIELD — The Tygers are playing with confidence — and with good reason.
Playing with a winning hand, Cardington-Lincoln trumped Columbus Academy 59-45 during this Ohio girls high school basketball game.
It wasn't pretty, gut-tough wins usually aren't, but Liberty Union wasn't going for style points. A victory will do, and it was earned 52-48 over Fredericktown at Fredericktown High on February 20 in Ohio girls high school basketball action.
Danville's offense erupted in a dazzling display to roll over Shekinah Christian 76-7 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup on February 20.
Mighty close, mighty fine, Colonel Crawford wore a victory shine after clipping Hopewell-Loudon 33-29 at Hopewell-Loudon High on February 20 in Ohio girls high school basketball action.
Wapakoneta's powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Madison Comprehensive 54-30 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup.
The Cubs didn’t need a Houdini act this time around.
Hiland's river of points eventually washed away Coshocton in a 70-4 offensive cavalcade in an Ohio girls basketball matchup. .
The margin for error was so small it only piqued the anxiety, but Columbus Academy didn't mind, dispatching Centerburg 34-28 at Columbus Academy on February 17 in Ohio girls high school basketball action.
Danville left no doubt of its superiority in polishing off Northside Christian 53-23 in an Ohio girls basketball matchup.
Springfield earned a convincing 53-33 win over Ashland in an Ohio girls basketball matchup on February 17.
Yes, Loudonville looked superb in beating Richmond Heights, but no autographs please after its 76-37 victory for an Ohio girls basketball victory on February 17.