The Rock Hill Middle School Redwomen 7th grade basketball team was the 2010-11 Ohio Valley Conference Middle School regular season co-champions along with Fairland. Both teams finish the OVC regular season 8-2. Team members are: front row from left to right, Morgan Mahlmeister, Emmalee Ellis, Kaci Russell, MaKayla Lewis, Cassidy Skeens and Sierra Holston; second row from left, head coach Joe Bokovitz, Madison Russell, Lakin Ruggles, Lakynn Jones, Elisabeth Wilds, Sam Dillon, Adrianne Neal and assistant coach Greg Damron. (Photo submitted)

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Jr. Redwomen 7th grade shares OVCMS cage title

Published 11:29pm Saturday, March 5, 2011

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PEDRO — The Rock Hill Middle School Redwomen 7th grade basketball team finished the 2010-11 regular season as Ohio Valley Conference Middle School co-champions.

The Redwomen lost four of their first five games but rallied to win eight straight over one stretch and finished 10-6 including 8-2 in the OVC to share the regular season title with Fairland.

“This team really came together and played hard until the end,” said Redwomen coach Joe Bokovitz.

Here are the results of the Redwomen 2010-11 season:

Rock Hill 7th Grade

Rock Hill 9 Symmes Valley 25

Rock Hill 29 Chesapeake 31

Rock Hill 18 Ironton 24

Rock Hill 19 Coal Grove 14

Rock Hill 8 Ironton 32

Rock Hill 17 Hunt. Vinson 14

Rock Hill 24 South Point 16

Rock Hill 37 Symmes Valley 23

Rock Hill 24 River Valley 17

Rock Hill 36 Fairland 44

Rock Hill 32 Chesapeake 29

Rock Hill 35 River Valley 20

Rock Hill 31 South Point 24

Rock Hill 28 Coal Grove 18

Rock Hill 36 Fairland 30

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