STEWART — Bouncing back from a tough loss the previous evening, the Logan seventh-grade girls basketball team downed host Federal Hocking 45-36 in overtime Thursday evening.

It was a back-and-forth affair that saw Logan (8-2) lead 10-9 after one quarter and 32-27 after three, with the Lancers up 20-18 at halftime. Federal Hocking came back to force an extra session, in which the Lady Chiefs blanked the Lancers.

Danika Mahaffey and Makenzie Daubenmire both scored 14 points for the winners, with Daubenmire grabbing 10 rebounds and Mahaffey snaring eight boards and also adding four steals and two assists.

Kinsey Myers contributed eight points, nine rebounds and two assists, Josie Sigler had eight points, eight caroms and three assists, and Maria Starner netted a free throw.

On Wednesday, the seventh-grade girls played in Lancaster Thomas Ewing’s new facility and dropped a 31-23 decision to the home team.

The host squad led 9-4, 12-9 and 23-16 at the quarter breaks.

Mahaffey led the Logan girls with 13 points and also chipped in four rebounds, three steals and two assists. Daubenmire had four points and five boards, Sigler three points, Sophie Swope two and Riley Hackney one.

The seventh-grade girls play their final two home games this week, hosting Alexander on Monday and Vinton County on Wednesday.

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