2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Tue Nov 06, 2018 9:22 am

Glenwood schedule

11/24/18 at South Webster (Lost 39-50)
11/26 at Rock Hill (Won 43-29)
11/29 Symmes Valley (Lost 43-52)
12/3 at East (Won 67-24)
12/6 Clay (Lost 50-56)
12/8 at Valley (Lost 41-55)
12/10 at Green (Lost 45-49)
12/13 at Eastern Pike (Lost 33-72)
12/17 Notre Dame (Lost 39-71)
12/20 Western (Lost 45-51)
12/22 at Manchester (Lost 42-70)
12/28 Belpre (Lost 41-59)
1/3/19 at Symmes Valley (Won 74-59)
1/5 Peebles (Lost 44-81)
1/7 Oak Hill (Lost 26-63)
1/10 East (Won 62-13)
1/12 at South Point (Lost 30-53)
1/17 at Clay (Lost 29-42)
1/24 Green (Won 43-40)
1/31 Eastern Pike postponed till 2/2
2/4 at Notre Dame
2/7 at Western
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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:50 pm

The Glenwood Lady Tigers opened their season at South Webster in a non league game on Saturday. South Webster won the game by a score of 50-39.
The Lady Tigers take to the road again tonight as they are at Rock Hill in another non league game.
Thursday, they open SOC play hosting the Symmes Valley Lady Vikings.
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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Mon Nov 26, 2018 9:22 pm

The Lady Tigers evened their record at 1-1 with a 43-29 victory at Rock Hill this evening. Next is Symmes Valley at home on Thursday.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Thu Nov 29, 2018 7:49 pm

New Boston lost tonight to the visiting Symmes Valley Lady Vikings 52-43. Symmes Valley's #13 led all scorers with 22 points! The Lady Tigers held the lead after one at 15-11. SV led at the half 21-20, 32-26 after three and the final 52-43. The Lady Tigers fell to 1-2 on the season and 0-1 in conference play. Next week on 12/3 NB goes to East, home with Clay on 12/6 and ends the week on 12/8 at Valley.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:41 pm

The Lady Tigers evened their record at 2-2,1-1 with the 67-24 victory over East tonight. Next up for NB is 12/8 hosting the Clay Lady Panthers and at Valley on 12/8 to tangle with the Indians.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:10 pm

Clay Lady Panthers 56
New Boston Glenwood Tigers 50

This was a game of halves as the Lady Tigers held the lead most of the first half and the Lady Panthers took the second half and the game. NB led a the end of one at 10-9 and at the half 27-19. Clay rallied in the third to hold the lead at 45-40 and it was cat fight till the end of the game. Artis for Clay led all scorers with 26 points while #21 put in 14. For the Lady Tigers the Oilers sisters came up with 22 and 12 points. Easter tallied 12 also for NB. New Boston goes to 2-3 overall and 1-2 in SOC1. Next up for the Lady Tigers is a game at Valley on Saturday.

Clay also took the JV game 46-10 with #5 for the Panthers leading the way with 17 points.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Sat Dec 08, 2018 10:26 am

From the Daily Times


Artis-tic performance leads Clay to road SOC win

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Senior guard scores 26 in road victory over Glenwood on the Tigers home court



By Jacob Smith - jsmith@aimmediamidwest.com





Glenwood’s Lexus Oiler had a team high 22 points in the Tigers home loss to Clay Thursday night.




Jacob Smith | Daily Times



Clay senior Skylar Artis had 26 points in the Panthers road win over Glenwood in SOC I action Thursday night.


Jacob Smith | Daily Times


NEW BOSTON – It’s amazing what can change from the one half to the next, in the drop of a hat.

The Clay Panthers struggled offensively for much of the first half and it was noticeable, but not unfixable.

Whatever Clay head coach Scott Artis told his team in the locker room, trailing a young Glenwood team 27-19 at halftime on the Tigers home court, it clicked in his player’s heads as they went on to outscore Glenwood 37-23 in the second half en route to a 56-50 road SOC I win (2-2 overall, 2-1 in the SOC), one that was crucial if the Panthers hope to compete for one of the top spots in the SOC I race.

“It was just about effort,” said Artis when discussing his conversation with his team at the halftime break. “We’ve had a rough go out it the first couple of games, just trying to get in shape and get ready. And as you can see, they’re still huffing and puffing, trying to get in shape. It was just heart, and finally dug deep and decided, ‘Okay, coach is mad, it’s time to go win.’ And they did, and I’m very proud of them and how they responded.”

The turning point in the game was just how hot the Clay team came out of the locker room. Not in an emotional sense, but in the sense that every shot the Panthers threw up felt as if it it was going to go in.

“First game that I felt as if I was actually hitting some shots,” said Artis’ daughter, Skylar, who led the Panthers in scoring with 26 points on 10/14 shooting from the field. “At halftime, we really came out and played hard. We started off slow, but came back and won, and I guess that’s all that matters.”

Artis’ 26 points on the night matched the same number of points the Panthers were able to put up in the third quarter alone, 26. Clay not only outscored the Tigers in the third, they doubled their score, 26-13 coming out of the locker room.

“They changed a few things on us,” said Glenwood head coach Kayla Wiley following her team’s loss Thursday night (2-3 overall, 1-2 in the SOC). “We had some girls that weren’t really in foul trouble till the fourth, but they had three, so they were being more reserved on defense. I thought the third quarter, they outplayed us as far as getting on loose balls. I don’t think our girls weren’t trying, I just think they were more aggressive than we were in the third.”

Leading the Tigers in scoring was Lexus Oiler with 22 points while also grabbing 11 rebounds. The junior’s lead by example approach is what really helped the Tigers control the game for a large portion, and also remain in the game when Clay got hot.

“Lexus is a person who is going to lead by example,” said Wiley. “She’s not going to say too much vocally, but she’s going to go after it and try and do what her team needs her to do to win. I thought she played a great game, had a lot of heart, and she’s a great kid to coach.”

Also leading Glenwood in scoring was Lexus’ sister, Sammy, who finished with 12 points, and sophomore Shelby Easter who finished with 12 points as well.

Leading the Panthers in scoring alongside Artis were fellow seniors’ Jensen Warnock who finished with 14 points and 8 rebounds on 5/12 shooting, and also Sophia Balestra who finished with 5 points, a team high 9 rebounds, and a game high 6 steals.

“This was a big game for us in the SOC,” said Scott Artis. “Of course New Boston is pretty much a whole different team than last year, so we didn’t really know what to expect. But they’ve got a good team this year. It’s good to get the win, and it being in the SOC definitely helps us with where we want to be at the end of the year, it’s a good win for us.”

Clay will have a quick turnaround before their home contest with Manchester on Saturday.

As for Glenwood, they will also have a quick turnaround as they prepare to face Valley on Saturday in a road trip to Lucasville to face the red hot Indians in an SOC I/SOC II battle



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Sun Dec 09, 2018 2:28 pm

Valley 55
New Boston Glenwood 41

New Boston is now 2-4 overall and 1-2 in conference play. Next up for the Lady Tigers are two conference games on the road at Green on 12/10 and at Eastern Pike 12/13.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Mon Dec 10, 2018 10:40 pm

Green 49
New Boston Glenwood 45

Green Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Tigers in Franklin Furnace tonight. NB slips to 2-5 overall and 1-3 in the conference. Green improves to 2-4 and 2-2. New Boston goes to Beaver on Thursday to meet the Eastern Lady Eagles who are 2-2, 2-2. Eastern lost tonight to Notre Dame 81-21.

The New Boston Jr.High girls won at Green tonight. They played before the Varsity game.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Wed Dec 12, 2018 11:32 am

GREEN 49, GLENWOOD 44

The Green Bobcats had a come from behind victory to secure their second SOC I victory of the season on their home court over the Glenwood Tigers 49-44.

Green was led in scoring by Kame Sweeney who had a big night with 24 points and freshman Kasey Kimbler who scored 15 points. Glenwood had a very balanced scoring attack in their road loss as Sammy and Lexus Oiler both scored 11 points, as well as Kenzie Whitley also having 11 points on the road.

Box Score

Green: 12-8-12-17 – 49

Glenwood: 12-15-10-7 – 44

Green: 15 FGs, 1 3pt, (Kimbler 1), 18/25 FTs. Scoring: Sweeney 24, Kimbler 15, Brown 4, Christian 3, Blevins 1, Johnson 1

Glenwood: 16 FGs, 5 3pts (S. Oiler 3), 7/10 FTs. Scoring: L. Oiler 11, S. Oiler 11, K. Whitley 11, Hickman 5, Easter 4, Helpenstein 2



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Fri Dec 14, 2018 11:26 am

Eastern Pike 72
New Boston Glenwood 33

The Lady Tigers were defeated in Beaver by the Eastern Lady Eagles. New Boston falls to 2-6 overall and 1-4 in SOC1 play. The Lady Eagles improve their record to 3-2, 3-2. The Lady Tigers have two home games next week with the league leading Notre Dame Lady Titans 6-0, 5-0 on Monday and the Western Lady Indians 2-4, 2-3 on Thursday.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Tue Dec 18, 2018 9:42 am

Notre Dame 71
New Boston Glenwood 39

League leading Notre Dame came to New Boston and won 71-39. Notre Dame improves to 7-0 overall and 6-0 league play. New Boston slips to 2-7 and 1-5. The Lady Tigers host the Western Lady Indians 3-4, 3-3 on Thursday and go to Adams County on Saturday to meet the Lady Greyhounds of Manchester 2-5. Good Luck Lady Tigers!



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Thu Dec 20, 2018 9:43 pm

Western over New Boston Glenwood

The Western Lady Indians came into New Boston tonight and went away with a close game victory over the Lady Tigers. Two different scores were reported, either 51-45 or 55-51? Western improves to 4-4 overall and 4-3 in league play. New Boston goes to 2-8 and 1-6. The Lady Tigers travel down to Manchester to meet the Lady Greyhounds on Saturday. Manchester is 2-6 with their 46-36 loss to Portsmouth tonight. Good Luck!



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Sat Dec 22, 2018 11:30 am

From the Daily Times

Tigers slip in fourth, fall to Western

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By Jacob Smith - jsmith@aimmediamidwest.com





New Boston sophomore Shelby Easter had 16 points before fouling out in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s game against Western.

New Boston sophomore Shelby Easter had 16 points before fouling out in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s game against Western.


Jacob Smith | Daily Times


NEW BOSTON – Young teams suffer young losses. That’s something the New Boston Tigers found out on Thursday night as they fell to the Western Indians on their home court in SOC I play, 51-45.

Heading into the fourth quarter, the Tigers held a 37-31 lead over Western and looked very poised in doing so. But when one of the leading scorers and the leading rebounder for New Boston, Shelby Easter, fouled out, the Indians started to make their run.

“We played well for a lot of the game,” said New Boston head coach Kayla Wiley following the Tigers loss on Thursday, “We didn’t do a great job of boxing out tonight and losing Shelby (Easter) didn’t help. We’ve got to do better at keeping our composure for all four quarters.”

It was down the stretch when Western made their run, outscoring New Boston 20-8 in the final quarter of play en route to their six point victory over the Tigers.

Easter and teammate Lexus Oiler led New Boston in scoring for the game, both contributing a team high 16 points. Also scoring for the Tigers was Sammy Oiler who had five points, including their team’s only made three for the game.

Western was led in scoring by Haley Whitt who had a team high 16 points in the Indians’ road win, as well as Alyssa Marhoove who contributed 11 points.

Moving forward, Glenwood will travel to Manchester to take on the Greyhounds this Saturday in hopes of a bounce back non-conference win.

The Western girls’ will compete in the Holiday Classic this Saturday at Waverly, and again as well on the 27th.


FINAL: Western beats New Boston 51-45. Leading scorers forthcoming.#PDTsports

— Jacob Smith (@JacobSmithPDT) December 21, 2018



BOX SCORE

Western: 5-11-15-20 – 51

New Boston: 8-14-15-8 – 45

Western: 17 FGs, 1 3pt. (Beekman 1), 16/22 FTs. Scoring: Whitt 16, Marhoove 11, Evans 7, Gast 6, Beekman 3, Beckett 2, Walls 2, Horner 2, Tackett 2

New Boston: 14 FGs, 1 3pt. (S. Oiler 1), 16/24 FTs. Scoring: Easter 16, L. Oiler 16, S. Oiler 5, Whitley 3, Helphinstine 3, Hickman 2



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Tue Dec 25, 2018 2:37 pm

12/22

The Lady Tigers went to Manchester and the Lady Greyhounds won 70-42. New Boston goes to 2-9 on the year, while Manchester improves to 3-6. The Tigers next host the Lady Eagles 8-2 of Belpre on 12/28.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:47 pm

Belpre 59
New Boston Glenwood 41

The Lady Tigers played host to the Belpre Eagles in the Den tonight. The game was close for the first half, with NB leading after one 16-12 and the Eagles ahead at half time 27-24. Belpre pulled away in the second half outscoring the Tigers in the third and fourth quarters. The Lady Eagles led after three at 43-32 and the final 59-41.

Lexus Oiler for New Boston was high point for the game with 21 points, followed by Belpre's #22 for 20 points and #5 had 19.

Belpre improves to 9-2 overall, while the Lady Tigers fall to 2-10.

Belpre also won the JV game in two quarters 15-5.

Next up for the Lady Tigers is a conference game at Symmes Valley 6-3, 3-3, on 1/3, and home with Peebles 9-2 on 1/5. NB lost to Symmes Valley in an earlier meeting 52-43. Belpre has a date at Waterford 5-1 on 1/3.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:26 pm

New Boston Glenwood 74
Symmes Valley 59

New Boston upended the Vikings in Willowwood tonight,ending an 8 game losing streak in what some might call an upset. Good job Lady Tigers!

The Lady Tigers improve to 3-10 overall and 2-6 in SOC1 play. The Lady Vikings slip to 7-4, 3-4.

Lexus Oiler and Sammie Oiler were high scorers for NB at 24 and 22 points. Whitley followed with 14 for the Lady Tigers. SV was led by Hayes with 19 points and Sells with 13.

Next for New Boston is a home date with the Peebles Lady Indians 9-3 on Saturday 1/5. Symmes Valley plays Ironton St.Joseph 5-6 on Monday the 7th.
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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by mattash » Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:52 pm

a_c_m wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:26 pm
New Boston Glenwood 74
Symmes Valley 9

New Boston upended the Vikings in Willowwood tonight,ending an 8 game losing streak in what some might call an upset. Good job Lady Tigers!

The Lady Tigers improve to 3-10 overall and 2-6 in SOC1 play. The Lady Vikings slip to 7-4, 3-4.

Next for New Boston is a home date with the Peebles Lady Indians 9-3 on Saturday 1/5. Symmes Valley hosts Ironton 4-5 on Monday the 7th.
Wow, 74-9?



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by Tri-StateYouthSports » Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:56 pm

mattash wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:52 pm
a_c_m wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:26 pm
New Boston Glenwood 74
Symmes Valley 9

New Boston upended the Vikings in Willowwood tonight,ending an 8 game losing streak in what some might call an upset. Good job Lady Tigers!

The Lady Tigers improve to 3-10 overall and 2-6 in SOC1 play. The Lady Vikings slip to 7-4, 3-4.

Next for New Boston is a home date with the Peebles Lady Indians 9-3 on Saturday 1/5. Symmes Valley hosts Ironton 4-5 on Monday the 7th.
Wow, 74-9?
74-59



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:13 am

Tri-StateYouthSports wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:56 pm
mattash wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:52 pm
a_c_m wrote:
Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:26 pm
New Boston Glenwood 74
Symmes Valley 9

New Boston upended the Vikings in Willowwood tonight,ending an 8 game losing streak in what some might call an upset. Good job Lady Tigers!

The Lady Tigers improve to 3-10 overall and 2-6 in SOC1 play. The Lady Vikings slip to 7-4, 3-4.

Next for New Boston is a home date with the Peebles Lady Indians 9-3 on Saturday 1/5. Symmes Valley hosts Ironton 4-5 on Monday the 7th.
Wow, 74-9?
74-59
Sorry about the error! My apologies to Symmes Valley! Thanks for the corrections!



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Sat Jan 05, 2019 9:28 pm

Peebles 81
New Boston Glenwood 44

Peebles improves to 9-3 on the season, while the Lady Tigers go to 3-11.

Next up for New Boston is a full schedule, hosting the SOCII league leading Oak Hill Lady Oaks 10-1 on Monday the 7th and host the East Lady Tartans 0-11, 0-8 on Thursday. Saturday NB goes to OVC league leading South Point Pointers 6-1. The Lady Indians are at Western Indians 6-6 on Monday, host Miami Trace 6-3 on Thursday and Clermont Northeastern on Saturday.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:12 am

Oak Hill 63
New Boston Glenwood 26

The Lady Oaks defeated the Lady Tigers in New Boston last night.

New Boston is now 3-12 on the year, while the Lady Oaks move to 11-1.

NB has East 0-11, 0-8 on 1/10 in the Den and go to South Point 7-1 on Saturday the 12th. Oak Hill has a date with the Lady Pirates of Wheelersburg 9-3, 7-1 on Thursday. Both are tied for first in the SOCII.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:28 am

New Boston Glenwood 62
East 13

New Boston Lady Tigers picked up win #4 over the visiting East Lady Tartans last evening improving their overall record to 4-12, 3-6 in league play. East fell to 0-13, 0-9.

Next up for the Lady Tigers is a game at South Point 7-2 on Saturday the 12th. The Lady Pointers are leading the OVC. East hosts the Portsmouth Lady Trojans 6-7 on Saturday.



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Re: 2018/19 Glenwood Tigers

Post by a_c_m » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:29 pm

South Point 53
New Boston Glenwood 30

The Lady Pointers led the game at all stops, 18-4 after one, 31-12 at the half, 49-21 after three and the final 53-30.

The Lady Tigers record goes to 4-13, 3-6 in SOC1 play. South Point is now 8-2, 5-1 in OVC play.

New Boston goes to Clay to meet the Panthers 9-5, 7-2 on the 17th. South Point is at Fairland 8-3, 5-1 in OVC on Monday and host Chesapeake 5-6, 3-4 in OVC on Thursday.

South Point won the JV game 18-11.



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