Times Staff Report
The Northview junior varsity girls' basketball team dropped a 35-25 decision to Owen Valley on Thursday night.
The Knights got eight points from Natasha Barrett to lead the way followed by seven from Brittany Fagg scored seven, Sydney Buell had six and Grace Sutherland contributed two.
Northview's JV is back in action against Cascade on the road on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
North Clay boys' basketball
The North Clay boys' basketball teams had a lengthy holiday break before getting back into action on Thursday night.
The seventh-grade Knights' swept their games with the 'A' team defeating Edgewood by a 39-38 score and the 'B' team posting a 45-25 victory.
Dylan Hyatt scored the game-winner with a few seconds left in the contest and had a team-high 12 points.
Braelyne Compton had eight points followed by six from Kalen Schane and five from Hunter Sullivan. Drew Lumsdon scored four and both Mitchell Howald and Jayden Lindsay had two apiece.
In the 'B' game, the Knights got 12 points from Steven Crafton and 10 from Brenan Walker in the victory. Bryce Minor had six points, Jayden Lindsay, Jace Glassburn, Dilan Farris all had four points. Luke Lancaster and Nick Ganly both had two points and Kaleb Smith had one point.
The Knights are at home against South Vermillion on Monday at 6 p.m.
The eighth-grade Knights dropped a pair of contests against Edgewood on Thursday night as the 'A' team fell by a 41-39 score and the 'B' squad dropped a 47-40 contest.
In the 'A' game, the Knights got a balanced scoring effort as Tucker Stewart, Ethan Linton and Hunter Ragan each had eight points followed by seven from Nate Thomas. Liam Jones added four points and both Quinton Hayes and Cam Brown had two points.
In the 'B' game, Ben Girton led the way with nine points with Cam Brown adding eight. Blake Bennett added six, Lance Rector had five and Gavin Johnson, Caleb Simmons and Preston Pinnick each had two.
The Knights are back in action on the road against South Vermillion on Monday.
The North Clay sixth-grade started with some hot shooting and it carried through in a 42-29 victory against St. Pats.
The Knights rolled out to a 17-2 lead after the first quarter and never looked back as the lead remained in double-digits the rest of the way and peaked at 42-25.
Dylan Nussel drained three 3-pointers on the way to 15 points and Logan Metz added two from long range as part of a 10-point night. Andy Young provided seven points while both Andrew Osborn and Michael Heading had four and Jarred Guidry tallied two.
In the 'B' game, North Clay won an 18-15 overtime contest against St. Pats as Jarrett Combs scored 13. Jalen Satterfield had three and Landen Wilson added two.
The Knights (7-9 overall) play host to county rival Clay City on Tuesday at 6 p.m.