NEW MADISON – Tri-Village won the nightcap of its own Patriot Bill Burkett Tournament 92-23 over the Miami Valley Rams on Friday night.
TV jumped all over the Rams with a half-court 2-1-2 defense that stymied them.
On the offensive end sophomore Lissa Siler had the hot hand in the opening frame, scoring 15 first quarter points by knocking down three triples and three fielders to give the PATS a commanding 29-5 first quarter lead.
The Patriots had seven players score in the second frame with sophomore Trisa Porter leading the way with 5 points and 10 for the first half as TV held a 47-14 halftime advantage.
The offense would continue to click in the second half with Porter adding 8 and Siler 6 points in the third quarter.
In the final stanza sophomore Maddie Downing came up big in the paint with 6 points and then stepped off the screen in the corner to knock down a triple and generate applause from the bench.
Nearly every player on the roster scored on the night as the Patriots scored 92 points, breaking the old single game tournament record set by Tri-Village against Arcanum with 91 in 1991. The Patriots also would tie the record of 38 field goals in one game against Arcanum as well.
The Patriots also broke the old team record for triples at nine, by knocking down 11 in the game.
TV was led by Lissa Siler in points with 23 points, Trisa Porter had 18, Maddie Downing 15 and Lauren Flory 8 in the win.
Tri-Village advanced to take on Versailles, a 76-47 winner over Greenon, for the championship game.
Score by quarters
Tri-Village … 29 … 18 … 20 … 25 – 92
Miami Valley 05 … 09 … 07 … 02 – 23
Tri-Village – Moore 7, Printz 7, Burke 4, Porter 18, A. Bietry 5, Wehr 5, Siler 23, Downing 15, Flory 8 – Totals 11-27-5/6 – 92
Miami Valley – Zerba 8, Lyon 7, Norton 3, Felder 5 – Totals 2-6-5/9 – 23
TV – 11 (Porter 4, Siler 3, Printz 1, A. Bietry 1, Wehr 1, Downing 1)
MV – 2 (Lyon, Felder)