Shooting woes doom Sheridan
HILLICOTHE – Sometimes, basketball is simply about making shots.
Top-seeded Sheridan, against perhaps its toughest opponent of the season, didn’t do nearly enough of it in a 46-33 loss to Washington Court House Miami Trace in a Division II district
Third-Quarter Surge Propels Generals to Win
LOGAN – Halftime provided a much-needed break for Sheridan.
The top seeded Generals overcame an 11-of-38 first-half shooting effort by making eight of their first 10 shots in the third quarter as they rolled to a 62-36 win over fourth seed Pomeroy M
Sheridan Sophomore Shines with 31 Points in Tourney Win
LOGAN — For 16 years, the Logan-Hocking Middle School gym — later renamed Katie Smith Gymnasium in honor of Logan's all-time greatest basketball player — was the original Purple Palace that housed an abundance of memorable team and individual perform
HS Roundup: School Records Shattered as Sheridan Advances
LOGAN - No Sheridan girls basketball player had ever hit more than six 3-pointers in a game.
Rachel Cooke shattered that mark in one half on Wednesday.
Cooke rifled in eight first-half 3s and finished with nine overall, as the top-seeded Generals c
Sheridan 48, West Muskingum 38: Kendyl Mick poured in a game-high 24 points with seven assists and five steals, as the host Generals led 36-14 at the half.
The Tornadoes (2-2, 0-1) relied on rebouding and defense to make the game closer in the s
Guard Play Lifts Generals Past Panthers
NEWTON TOWNSHIP - Maysville's guards usually wear opponents down with their pressure.
It was Sheridan's guard play that made the difference Wednesday.
Jayden Geary and Kendyl Mick each finished with 15 points and three assists to propel the