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Miller named Ohio’s MVP at ASG

St. Joseph Female Flyers’ senior guard Hannah Miller (23) scored 13 points and was named the Ohio team’s Most Valuable Player in Friday annual Ohio-West Virginia All-Star Game. (Courtesy of Tim Gearhart of Tim’s News & Novelties of Ironton)

St. Joseph Female Flyers’ senior guard Hannah Miller (23) scored 13 points and was named the Ohio team’s Most Valuable Player in Friday annual Ohio-West Virginia All-Star Game. (Courtesy of Tim Gearhart of Tim’s News & Novelties of Ironton)

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — Hannah Miller has been her team’s most valuable player for the past four years.

Friday, she was another team’s MVP.

The Ironton St. Joseph’s 5-foot-9 senior guard scored 13 points including three 3-point goals and was named the Ohio team’s MVP.

Unfortunately, Miller’s efforts weren’t enough as West Virginia posted a 103-84 win in the 14th annual Battle Against Cystic Fibrosis Basketball Classic.

Fairland’s Caitlin Stone also had a big game as she hit four 3-point goals and scored 16 points while teammate Kelsey Riley scored eight points.

The game was tied at 84 when West Virginia ended the game with a 19-0 run.

The girls’ series is now tied at 7-7.

Logan Fryfogle of Parkersburg South set a All-Star Game record with eight 3-point goals as he scored 24 points to lead West Virginia to a 121-116 win.

Fryfogle was named the game’s co-MVP for West Virginia who now leads the series 12-2.

Parkersburg South J.R. Kerr had 19 points and shared MVP honors.

Seth Legraen of Fort Frye had 22 points and was named the Ohio team’s MVP.

Ohio was hampered by a 15-point second quarter after taking a 35-28 first quarter lead.

14th Annual Battle Against

Cystic Fibrosis Basketball Classic

Girls’ Game

Ohio 14 25 25 20 = 84

West Virginia 18 23 29 33 = 103

OHIO: Caitlin Stone (Fairland) 5 2-2 16, Hannah Miller (Ironton St. Joe) 5 0-0 13, Madison Davis (Nelsonville-York) 2 6-6 10, Alle Moore (Marietta) 4 2-2 10, Taylor Smith (Marietta) 3 2-2 9, Kelsey Riley (Fairland) 2 4-4 8, Megan Devol (Caldwell) 2 3-6 7, Victoria Buzzard (Warren) 1 4-6 6, Megan Liedtke (Fort Frye) 1 1-4 3, Taylor Hilverding (Waterford) 0 2-2 2, Michelle Adkins (Fort Frye) 0 0-0 0, Devyn Potts (River) 0 0-0 0, Micah Curfman (Gallia Academy) 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 26-34 84. 3-Point Field Goals 8 (Stone 4, Miller 3, Smith 1)

WEST VIRGINIA: Shayna Gore (Logan) 7 2-2 18, Cassidy Taylor (Roane) 4 2-2 13, Abby Watson (Hurricane) 5 1-2 13, Keya Bartlett (Parkersburg South) 4 2-3 12, Hailey Miller (Ravenswood) 3 6-6 12, Bethany Romie (Herbert Hoover) 3 0-0 9, Emily Stoller (Fairmont Senior) 3 0-1 6, Allison McGraw (Spring Valley) 2 0-0 5, Kayla Scritchfield (Ravenswood) 2 0-0 5, Allie Robinson (Williamstown) 1 1-4 3, Holly Ackerman (Parkersburg) 1 0-0 2, Rachel Gammon (Parkersburg Catholic) 0 2-2 2, Kaden Whaley(Fairmont Senior) 1 0-3 2, Taylor Treadway (Ravenswood) 0 1-2 1. Totals 36 17-27 103. 3-Point Field Goals 14 (Romine 3, Taylor 3, Bartlett 2, Gore 2, Watson 2, McGraw 1, Scritchfield 1).

MVPs: Ohio – Hannah Miller; West Virginia – Gore

Skills Contests:

Free-Throw Shooting: Champion – Rachel Gammon (Parkersburg Catholic) 14-15; Runner-Up – Hailey Miller (Ravenswood) 13-15.

3-Point Shootout: Champion – Micah Curfman (Gallia Academy) 11, Emily Stoller (Fairmont Senior) 9

Series Record: Ohio 7, West Virginia 7

Boys Game

Ohio 35 15 34 32 = 116

West Virignia 28 31 33 29 = 121

OHIO: Seth Legraen (Fort Frye) 8 6-10 22, Tristan Wolfe (Southern) 6 1-2 16, Jonathan Snyder (Federal Hocking) 6 2-3 14, Grant Clarke (Trimble) 5 2-5 13, Michael Hall (Warren) 5 2-5 13, Corey Hill (Marietta) 4 1-2 11, Jacob Bradford (Frontier) 3 0-0 7, Aaron Mazurkiewucz (Warren) 3 0-0 7, Tanner Burkhart (Monroe Central) 2 0-0 5, Blake Kidder (Warren) 2 0-0 4, Colt Adams (Nelsonville-York) 1 0-0 2, Cody Paxton (Waterford) 1 0-3 2, Jonathan Wood (Marietta) 0 0-0 0, Andrew Henthorn (Warren) 0 0-0 0. Totals 46 14-30 116. 3-Point Field Goals 10 (Wolfe 3, Hill 2, Bradford 1, Burkhart 1, Clark 1, Hall 1, Mazurkiewucz 1).

WEST VIRGINIA: Logan Fryfogle (Parkersburg South) 8 0-0 24, JR Kerr (Parkersburg South) 9 0-0 19, Cameron Carvelli (Robert C. Byrd) 6 2-2 18, Josh Palmer (Williamstown) 4 5-6 15, Jordan Colebank (Parkersburg) 6 0-0 12, Justin Nobel (Robert C. Byrd) 3 2-2 8, Brandon Smith (Doddridge County) 3 0-0 6, Hunter McCoy (Wirt) 2 0-0 5, Gage Wix (Williamstown) 2 1-2 5, Michael Ramsey (Parkersburg) 2 0-0 4, Jessy Moore (St. Marys) 0 3-6 3, Tyler Shelton (Parkersburg South) 1 0-0 2, Chandler Weber 0 0-0 0. Totals 46 13-18 121. 3-Point Field Goals 16 (Fryfogle 8, Carvelli 4, Palmer 2, Kerr 1, McCoy 1).

MVPs: West Virginia – Fryfogle & Kerr, Ohio – Legraen

Skills Contests:

3-Point Shootout: Champion – Cameron Carvelli (Robert C. Byrd) 19; Runner-Up – Colt Adams (Nelsonville-York) 14.

Slam Dunk: Champion – Grant Clarke (Trimble) 81 points; Runner-Up – JR Kerr (Parkersburg South) 69 & 51 points; 3rd Place – Seth Legraen (Fort Frye) 69 & 49 points

Series Record: West Virginia 12, Ohio 2.