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Valley Races Past South Harrison, 65-28

By Staff | Feb 13, 2019

The Lady Lumberjills outscored South Harrison 35-9 in the first half and never looked back in beating the Hawks, 65-28, on Feb. 8.

The Lumberjills’ Jenna Dallison and Caitlyn Underwood each collected double-doubles, with Dallison scoring 20 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. Underwood provided 18 points, 12 rebounds, with two triples, and made six steals and dished out five assists.

Jamey West added nine markers, while Shyanne Moore sank seven points. Reagan Dallison netted three points, and Kendall Williams and Emma Ueltschy each scored a deuce.

Kylie Sattis and Jenna Montgomery each scored nine points for the Lady Hawks.

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Lumberjills Take Care Of Lady Shamrocks, 71-60

The Valley Lumberjills outscored the Barnesville Shamrocks in the first half, 33-24, and never looked back in defeating Barnesville, 71-60, Feb. 7 in OVAC consolation second round action. “We played with great teamwork and had big contributions across the board,” said Valley Head Coach Kasey Sapp of the home game.

Caitlyn Underwood sank a pair of three-pointers in the first quarter to help give the ‘Jills a 12-8 lead, while Rachel Bates helped Valley take the halftime lead with five points, including a basket from beyond the arc.

Jenna Dallison scored 15 of her team-high 19 points in the second half, while the team made 16 free throws to help take care of the Lady Shamrocks.

Besides Dallison’s 19 points, she hauled in nine rebounds to lead the Valley Lumberjills, while Shyanne Moore followed with 12 points and eight rebounds. Underwood and Bates each compiled 11 points, with Underwood scoring two from beyond the arc. Bates’ point total included one three-pointer, while she grabbed11 rebounds to give her a double-double. Underwood passed out five assists.

In addition, Jamey West sank eight markers, while Kaeleen Utt tallied six points. Reagan Dallison and Kim Soles each sank a deuce for all the Valley statistics.

Rylee Stephens led all scorers with 28 points, while Sydney Leach and Annie Carpenter scored 15 and 10 points, respectively, for the Lady Shamrocks.

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Dallison and Underwood Lead Valley Over Hundred

Seniors Jenna Dallison and Caitlyn Underwood scored 42 of the Lumberjills’ 77 points that carried Valley to a 77-31 victory over the Hundred Hornets on Feb. 6, inside the HHS Gymnasium.

Valley raced out to a 35-13 first-half lead and never looked back. Jenna Dallison had a game-high to lead the ‘Jills, while Underwood finished with 20 points, including a basket from beyond the arc.

In addition, Rachel Bates poured in six points, while Jamey West and Kaeleen Utt each netted five points. Reagan Dallison netted two free throws, while Kendall Williams and Madyson Barnett each sank one.

Hundred freshman Rachel Snedden had her biggest point total of the season with a team-high 12 points, including a pair of three-point bonus bombs. Mahalah Britton had a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds, while Katherine Henderson collected six points and dished out four assists.

Addie Tuttle followed with a deuce, while Tori Hawkins pulled down six rebounds. Brooke Yoho made two steals for all the Hundred statistics.

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Valley Lumberjills Win OT Thriller, 56-51

With 12 seconds left in regulation on Feb. 4, the Valley Lumberjills’ Jenna Dallison made a layup. Valley’s defense then caused a Bridgeport turnover with 1.8 seconds left, sending the game into overtime.

Once in overtime, the game went back and forth until the ‘Jills freshman Kim Soles hit a jumper, giving her team a 3-point lead. Bridgeport attempted to tie, but the miss was hauled in by Rachel Bates with about 10 seconds left. She then was fouled and calmly made both baskets as Valley would defeat Bridgeport (Ohio), 56-51, in the OVAC consolation opening round, inside the VHS Gymnasium.

The Valley Lumberjills raced out to a 11-5 first quarter lead with the help of Caitlyn Underwood’s five points, including a basket from beyond the arc. Jenna Dallison and Shyanne Moore added five and four points, respectively, in the second stanza for Valley to take a 24-15 lead at the break.

Once again, the ‘Jills outscored the Lady ‘Dogs, 15-12, with the help of Bates and Reagan Dallison as they equally divided eight points, while Moore and Underwood each scored a bonus bomb.

Jenna Dallison and Underwood scored the ‘Jills only points in the fourth period, with seven, but Bridgeport would counter with 19 to send the game into overtime.

Jenna Dallison paced the Lumberjills’ attack as she scored a game-high 16 points, with five coming into overtime. She added nine rebounds, while Underwood picked up another double-double with 11 points – including two bonus bombs, while grabbing 10 rebounds.

In addition, Moore sank nine markers, including a three-ball. Bates was two points shy of a double with 14 rebounds. Reagan Dallison tallied six points, while Jamey West posted four points. Soles contributed a deuce.

Valley scored more baskets then Bridgeport with 23-17, but the visitors scored one more three-pointer than Valley. The Lady ‘Dogs were 13-21 at the free throw line, and Valley was only 7-16.

Bridgeport had four double-digit scorers with Angela Sommer leading the way with 12, while Briana Conaway added 11. Kayleigh Roberts and Jaren Tucker each scored 10 points.