2nd-seeded Steubenville Catholic Central topped No. 3 Shenandoah 39-29 in the 2-A semifinals. A.J. Connor scored 19 points and Donnie Vandeborne added 10 for the Crusaders. Central faces top-seeded River in the finals Saturday morning at 10.
St. Clairsville topped Steubenville Catholic Central 57-42. A.J. Connor scored 15 points and Donnie Vandeborne 13 for the Crusaders.
River beat Steubenville Catholic Central 64-55 in the 2-A semifinals. Julia Zatta and Christine Dombrowski both scored 17 points for the Crusaders.
Steubenville Catholic Central topped Steubenville 39-35 to capture the city championship. Bella Oliver scored 11 points and had 12 rebounds for the Crusaders. Makayla Abram scored 12 points and Leah Ferguson added 10 for Big Red.
Steubenville Catholic Central topped Indian Valley 59-34. Bella Oliver scored 17 points, Tia Taglione had 15 and Julia Zatta added 14 for the Crusaders.
Steubenville Catholic Central downed Bridgeport 63-42. Donnie Vandeborne scored 19 points and pulled down 20 rebounds for the Crusaders. A.J. Connor also scored 19 points for Steubenville Catholic Central, while Jacob Stoll added 14.
Steubenville Catholic Central clinched a second-straight OVAC final four berth with a 69-28 victory over Edison. Julia Zatta scored 15 points, while Christine Dombrowski and Grace Godich each had 12 for the Crusaders. Kayla Huff led the Wildcats with nine points.
Indian Creek picked up a 48-45 victory over Steubenville Catholic Central. Ashley Yaich led the Redskins with 14 points. Bella Oliver had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Crusaders, while teammate Grace Godich added 11 points.
Steubenville Catholic Central topped Toronto 62-29. Julia Zatta scored 17 points and Tia Taglione had 10 for the Crusaders. Bianca McDonald led Toronto with 11 points, while Jozaeyah Jordan added 10.
Wheeling Central beat Steubenville Catholic Central 76-61. A.J. Connor had 27 points and Donnie Vandeborne added 18 for the Crusaders.