RISCO -- Risco's fourth-quarter dry spell led to a 49-35 Clarkton win in a Tri-County Conference game on Tuesday.
Trailing only 32-29 with five and a half minutes left, Risco managed only three points the rest of the way.
"We had good effort; we just didn't put the ball in the hole in the fourth quarter," said Risco coach Brandon Blankenship.
Risco (3-7, 0-1) was led by Andrew Halford with 16 points. Steven White and Matt Trudell topped Clarkton Risco travels to Campbell for a conference game on Friday.
GIDEON -- Richland improved to 4-7 with a 68-51 win over Gideon on Tuesday.
John Griffin led Richland with 20 points, including three 3-pointers, while Jackie Smith and Gentry Herrion added 16 and 11, respectively.
Mark Dannenmueller led three Scott City players into double figures in a road win at Delta.
Dannenmueller scored 21 for the Rams (9-5), who hit 33 2-point field goals with just one trey and six free throws. Landon Hill added 14 points, and Mark Johnston scored 13.
The Rams led by just four after one period but held a 45-28 lead at halftime.
Delta's Brent Menz led all scorers with 24 points and hit four 3-pointers. Kevin Bartels added 10 points.
St. Vincent extended its winning streak to six games with a big road victory.
Jacob DeWilde led the Indians (8-4) with 13 points.
Alex Armbruster added 11 points, and Waylon Richardet scored 10.
Anthony Bollinger led four double-figure scorers with 23 points in a road win for Meadow Heights.
Terry Wagner added 17 points, Heath Fulton had 13 and Joel Hahs scored 11 for the Panthers (9-3).
Austin Hahs scored a game-high 30 points for Oak Ridge (2-10), and Austin Morrison had 15.
The Oran boys basketball team edged host Zalma to post its first victory of the season.
Oran (1-7) placed three players in double figures and overcame a six-point halftime deficit with a 21-point third period.
Chase Seyer and Clayton Scherer each scored 13 points, and Ryan Bouge added 11 for the Eagles, who picked up the first win for first-year coach Jason Andrews.
Adam Pixley scored 25 points, including four 3-pointers for Zalma (2-7). Tim Landing added 13 points and Daniel Schrader scored 12.