Lady Panthers roll past East Clinton, 57-26


By Mark Huber - [email protected]



Miami Trace junior Hanna Reisinger, at right, guards East Clinton senior Ciarra Cooper during the SCOL opener for both teams Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Reisinger was the game’s leading scorer with 16 points in a 57-26 Miami Trace victory.


LEES CREEK — Miami Trace used its defense to stymie East Clinton Tuesday night in a runaway 57-26 South Central Ohio League girls basketball win.

The Lady Astros drop to 1-2 overall and 0-1 in the league. Miami Trace is 1-1, 1-0.

Hanna Reisinger of Miami Trace led all scorers with 16 points. Tanner Bryant had 9 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.

For East Clinton, Kaitlyn Durbin had 7 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals. Three other players — Allison Tong, Ciarra Cooper and Marissa Williams — scored 4 points each.

The Lady Astros shot just 9 of 39 from the floor and committed 28 turnovers.

Trace held a 44-29 rebounding advantage.

The Lady Astros, still playing without point guard MacKenzie Campbell, led 7-5 when Bre Davis went coast to coast with a layin at the 3:15 mark.

But the Lady Panthers closed the quarter with a 9-4 run. Durbin gave EC life with a stickback basket off a missed free throw with 38 seconds to play in the first.

In the second quarter, though, it was all Miami Trace. The Lady Panthers scored the first 11 points of the quarter and raced out to a 25-11 lead. Reisinger had 6 points in the quarter and Ritenour and Campbell added 4 each.

In the third, EC made it 38-21 when Davis scored off a missed free throw. But the Lady Panthers countered with 11 unanswered points to put to rest any thoughts of a Lady Astros comeback.

Miami Trace will visit Washington High School to take on the Lady Lions Saturday with the j-v game at noon.

Elsewhere around the SCOL Tuesday, in girls action, Clinton-Massie defeated McClain, 46-43 in overtime and Chillicothe beat Hillsboro, 46-25.

SUMMARY

Nov 24, 2015

@East Clinton High School

Miami Trace 57 East Clinton 26

MT 14.19.16.08…..57

EC 11.05.07.03…..26

(57) MIAMI TRACE (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Johnston 1-1-2-5 Reisinger 6-0-4-16 Bryant 2-1-4-9 Schwartz 1-0-0-2 Ritenour 3-0-2-8 Lovett 1-0-1-3 Ratliff 0-0-2-2 Miller 1-0-0-2 Napier 3-0-0-6 Campbell 2-0-0-4. TOTALS 20-2-15-57

(26) EAST CLINTON (fg-3fg-ft-tp) Tong 1-0-2-4 Gaddis 1-0-0-2 Cooper 1-0-2-4 Durbin 3-0-1-7 Davis 2-0-0-4 Lilly 0-0-0-0 Williams 1-0-2-4 Christian 0-0-0-0 McCarren 0-0-0-0 Hall 0-0-1-1 La. Peterman 0-0-0-0. TOTALS 9-0-8-26

FIELD GOALS: MT 20-58 (Reisinger 6-10), EC 9-39 (Durbin 3-5)

3 PT FIELD GOALS: MT 2-14, EC 0-8

FREE THROWS: MT 15-23 (Reisinger 4-4), EC 8-18 (Tong 2-2)

REBOUNDS: MT-44 (Lovett 7, Schwartz 6, Bryant 5, Ritenour 4, Napier 4), EC-29 (Davis 10, Gaddis 5, Durbin 3, Williams 3, Lilly 2)

ASSISTS: MT-15- (Schwartz 4, Bryant 3, Reisinger 2, Johnston 2), EC-2 (Durbin 1, Lilly 1)

STEALS: MT-15 (Lovett 5, Johnston 3, Bryant 2), EC-11 (Cooper 3, Durbin 3, Hall 2)

BLOCKED SHOTS: MT-1 (Ritenour 1), EC-5 (Davis 3, Durbin 1, Lilly 1)

TURNOVERS: MT-16, EC-29

Miami Trace junior Hanna Reisinger, at right, guards East Clinton senior Ciarra Cooper during the SCOL opener for both teams Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Reisinger was the game’s leading scorer with 16 points in a 57-26 Miami Trace victory.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_HannaReisingervsEastClintonNov242015.jpgMiami Trace junior Hanna Reisinger, at right, guards East Clinton senior Ciarra Cooper during the SCOL opener for both teams Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Reisinger was the game’s leading scorer with 16 points in a 57-26 Miami Trace victory.

By Mark Huber

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