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Spring Valley 70, PHS 57

CHARLESTON -- Playing its third game in four days, Spring Valley had to rely on its depth Friday afternoon in a 70-57 girls basketball victory against Parkersburg at the FCA Hoops Classic in the Charleston Civic Center. Spring Valley (6-0) began the game with two of its 20 turnovers in the opening minute, but tipped balls by Madison Morris led to steals by Sarah Kelly and resulted in 10 consecutive points for the Timberwolves. Morris had eight points in the early run and 14 of her 26 in the first quarter. She was named as Spring Valley's player of the game after completing her fifth double-double performance of the season with 10 rebounds. "It was an honor as always to be selected," Morris said. "We had several players that deserved to have that honor today." Morris, Kelly, Brooke Heck and Jordan Ratcliff were in foul trouble before halftime. Kassidy Lemons stepped up big when the Timberwolves needed a spark, head coach Bo Miller said. Lemons connected on three of her four 3-point baskets in the second quarter as the Timberwolves extended their lead to 13 points at the half. Lemons finished with 14 points and five rebounds. Spring Valley defenders contained Brooke Kurucz of the Big Reds (2-4) who had a 36-point performance Thursday in a win against Hurricane. Kurucz had two field goals and scored six of her 10 points from the foul line. "We just wanted to keep a hand in her face all night and not let her get a good look at the basket," Miller said.

Spring Valley's next game is Dec. 26 at home against Logan.

SPRING VALLEY 22 19 15 14 -- 70: McGraw 4, Adkins 2, Kelly 4, Lemons 14, Heck 8, Mathis 4, Morris 26, Ratcliff 8.

PARKERSBURG 14 14 11 18 -- 57: Synder 14, Kurucz 10, Ha. Ackerman 11, Dent 4, Schumacher 3, Boone 6, Oplinger 5, Carroll 6.

Parkersburg Big Reds Girls Basketball
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