The Vinton County Lady Vikings remained undefeated Thursday night after defeating Meigs, 75-30, in a Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division contest.

Vinton County (10-0, 6-0 TVC-Ohio) was led by Camron Zinn with 17 points, while Morgan Bentley had 14 and Myriah Davis chipped in 12. Seven other players scored as Tegan Bartoe and Lydia Nichols had seven points each while Ashley Bentley contributed six.

Overall, the Lady Vikings made 23 field goals, including eight shots from three-point range and was 5 of 6 (83.3 percent) from the free-throw line.

Mallory Hawley paced Meigs with 12 points, while the guests had no other double-digit scorers.

The Lady Marauders made nine field goals, three from long-range, and was 3 of 7 (42.8 percent) from the free-throw line.

Vinton County controlled the tempo from the beginning, jumping out to a 22-8 advantage. Davis and Bentley led the Lady Vikings with five points each. In the second quarter, Zinn got hot, as she scored 10 points to help the Lady Vikings build a 39-14 lead at the halftime.

As the second half began, Vinton County had six players score in the 20 point effort. Morgan Bentley led the way with seven points to take a 59-23 lead after three quarters.

In the final quarter, Vinton County secured the win with a 16 point effort, as Lydia Nichols led the way with five points.

After the game, Vinton County head coach Rod Bentley stated, “the team pulled together and got down to business,”

The team has their sites set on a TVC-Ohio title and beyond.”

The Lady Vikings return to action Monday night in a non-conference game at South Gallia.